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  • Monday Bombshell: Evidence So Damning It Will “Determine the Fate of Our Nation” (Glenn Beck)

    04/20/2013 8:50:21 PM PDT · by blam · 212 replies
    SHTF Plan ^ | 4-20-2013 | Mac Slavo
    Monday Bombshell: Evidence So Damning It Will “Determine the Fate of Our Nation” Mac Slavo April 20th, 2013 Radio host Glenn Beck has reportedly obtained information regarding the Saudi Arabian national initially detained as a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing. According to Beck, the lies surrounding this suspect run so deep that should they become public they will have consequences so severe that the United State of America as we know it will be “done” if the Obama Administration is not held to account. On his radio show Friday, Beck urged White House officials to come clean. Failure to...
  • The hop, skip, and jump from liberal America to Moslem America-(MSM normalizes islamization of U.S.)

    06/12/2005 6:14:07 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 55 replies · 2,710+ views
    AM NATION.COM ^ | JUNE 12, 2005 | LAWRENCE AUSTER
    Good old Time magazine, serving its usual function of normalizing and celebrating whatever trend is leading to America's ruin, has a photo essay about an Islamic K-12 school in Illinois.http://www.time.com/time/photoessays/muslimschool/index.html In the below photo the Moslem girls, dressed in full-body black coverings, play the all-American game of basketball. Isn't it wonderful, this rich, post-assimilationist mix of Islamic and American customs? Doesn't it warm your heart? Well, if your heart's fondest desire is to divide, diminish, and pull down America, and change it out of recognition from anything it's ever been, the answer is yes. But please let us not blame...
  • Seventeenth-Century Islamic Brassmakers Were Far Ahead Of European Peers, Engineers Say

    05/26/2005 6:37:44 PM PDT · by blam · 39 replies · 896+ views
    Eureka Alert ^ | 5-26-2005 | Kurt Pfitzer
    Seventeenth-century Islamic brassmakers were far ahead of European peers, engineers sayContact: Kurt Pfitzer kap4@lehigh.edu 610-758-3017 Lehigh University Archaeometallurgists announce findings after four-year study of astrolabes Manufacturers of brass astrolabes in 17th-century India were two centuries more advanced than their European peers, says a doctoral student at Lehigh University who just completed a four-year study of astrolabes. Brian Newbury, who earned a Ph.D. in materials science and engineering in May, said the high zinc content in astrolabes fabricated in Lahore (now in Pakistan) proves that brass made there in the early 1600s was produced by a co-melting technique that was not...