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Posts by Urbane_Guerilla

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  • My Christopher Buckley Experience

    10/11/2008 4:04:28 PM PDT · 20 of 48
    Urbane_Guerilla to ketsu
    Because WFB fancied himself to be an aristocrat. I respectfully disagree. WFB was a rara avis. It was not an English accent he had. It was his accent. He was a performer, no doubt. His accent was part of his performance. Buckley was the Ann Coulter of his time mutatis mutandis (although far more consequential).
  • My Christopher Buckley Experience

    10/11/2008 3:54:04 PM PDT · 18 of 48
    Urbane_Guerilla to ketsu

    I do not doubt Chrissy’s evaluation of McCain. Who needed to hear from Chrissy to know about that?

    The Obama endorsement, though, is pure high school peer pressure wealthy elitist lack of principle.

    Chrissy thinks he is groovin’.

  • My Christopher Buckley Experience

    10/11/2008 3:44:55 PM PDT · 17 of 48
    Urbane_Guerilla to LibFreeOrDie

    If that article is accurate, then William Buckley is to be condemned. And if the entire Buckley family are wealthy jack asses, then so be it. I suppose all I can claim, is William Buckley’s good inspiration to me, regardless of how he was personally.

    He died of emphysema, and is quoted as saying he hoped government would ban tobacco. That is an absurd rejection of his entire life’s thinking. It is a rejection of personal responsibility unworthy of him.

    It does not change the point of my post. If anything, it corroborates it. Great wealth is spiritually debilitating.

  • My Christopher Buckley Experience

    10/11/2008 3:14:04 PM PDT · 1 of 48
  • Bin Laden Looks for an Exit Strategy

    09/11/2007 5:49:17 PM PDT · 24 of 41
    Urbane_Guerilla to brityank
    DO NOT trust Stephen Schwartz. He is a sophisticated propagandist for mohammed-worship. His role in the scheme of things is to perpetuate the myth of the "moderate" mohammed-worshipper. You will notice that he advances the absurd notion that "fascism" has something to do with the 1400 year old violent central beliefs and traditions of mohammed-worship.

    Those beliefs and traditions are what accounts for the primitive brutality of mohammed-worship, found wherever you find islam. Schwartz has not and will not honestly address those beliefs and traditions. You will not find him stating, for instance, that the notion of the koran as the literal word of allah is absurd, and needs to be defeated within the preceints of mohammed-worship.

    Instead, he engages in a purported sympathy, which is a complete waste of time, unless you are interested in turning attention away from the central tenets.

    Stephen Schwartz: walk into any of thousands of mosques in any number of dozens of countries - - any mosque - - in Iran, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Yemen, Syria, Iraq, etc etc - - and proclaim that what happened on 9-11 requires the perpetrators to go to Hell.

    You won't, because you know what true mohammed-worship is about. You would die. And because you do not believe the perpetrators of 9-11 will go to Hell.

  • Prices for key foods are rising sharply

    08/15/2007 7:29:53 PM PDT · 36 of 229
    Urbane_Guerilla to shrinkermd
    "They cite inflation?" Bush asked, adding that, "I happen to believe the war has clouded a lot of people's sense of optimism."

    I really don't blame the President for being so clueless in a small way. He doesn't go grocery shopping, nor would it make any sense for him to do so.

    But anyone who buys groceries understands the sticker shock.

    The President, who has never demonstrated that he is very keyed in to the understanding of every day life of most Americans, let alone Americans who conceive of themselves as "conservative," is just showing his simplistic arrogance here. The war and the price of groceries have nothing to do with each other in the mind of anyone, period.

    And people's sense of optimism? Really ... oh my goodness ... is it possible to get more incoherent or clueless than that statement?

    The very discouraging thought is that this President without a doubt was better to elect than Gore or Kerry. No question about it.

    But the Carter, Bush, Clinton, Bush, string of presidents, a string where the word mediocre would be extravagant, exaggerated praise if used to describe them, is too much to take.

    Apparently, no one ever loses by underestimating and insulting the intelligence of the American people.


    06/17/2007 3:12:38 PM PDT · 1 of 10
    Desire for procreation is the one true thing we can be sure of. The desire for freedom is close to being a certainty, but is not, because of the absurd stupid millions who beg to be not free. As for me, I want freedom, regardless of the meaning of existence.
  • (Vanity) Frank Luntz on Hannity and Colmes says McLame done.

    06/06/2007 8:25:47 PM PDT · 42 of 49
    Urbane_Guerilla to 50mm

    I believe this to be incorrect; he is not done. I believe McCain has been aiming at playing the Ross Perot role of fighting with the Republican candidate, allowing Clinton to win.

  • Bush Takes On Opponents of Immigration Bill

    05/29/2007 9:08:07 PM PDT · 28 of 53
    Urbane_Guerilla to BornInASmallTown
    BTW ... will the nasty people who were so mean-spirited in their defense of the President, now apologize to those who were not taken in by his insulting, absurd, poker-playing gambits to bluff conservatives?
  • Bush Takes On Opponents of Immigration Bill

    05/29/2007 9:03:08 PM PDT · 25 of 53
    Urbane_Guerilla to BornInASmallTown
    The President is not and never was a conservative. To the extent he has attempted to convey that he was, he was conveying a falsehood.

    Moreover, he is not a conservative because he is not a man of integrity.

    He is also not most of what the liberals and leftists call him.

    Conservatives make the absurd mistake of judging this man by his enemies.

    In that respect, conservatives are being played, and have been played, by both the President and his enemies.

  • The Sacrifice of Abraham

    03/25/2007 8:49:43 PM PDT · 18 of 36
    Urbane_Guerilla to Tuscaloosa Goldfinch
    Also, don't you think that Abraham being instructed to sacrifice Isaac, and the obvious agony of Abraham depicted in those passages is meant to place before us in type and shadow the heart of God when His own son was sacrificed -- give us a window, in other words, not merely the fact that God is fore shadowing the sacrifice itself, but by imagining the agony of Abraham, we can walk for a bit in God's shoes as He shed's the blood of His Son to attone for our transgressions.

    I very much recognize the foreshadowing. So did Jesus, I suspect.

    Typical of Jesus, that extraordinary and lovely man, he put the best possible construction on it, to the extent of his life, for the benefit of us all.

    He was no mohammed.

    Yes, I do think the agony of Abraham was intended. That is what would make any human being react negatively.

  • The Sacrifice of Abraham

    03/25/2007 8:38:49 PM PDT · 15 of 36
    Urbane_Guerilla to RepublicanPOTUSin08
    For Abraham to trust God in this matter and to prepare to go through with the act, which God would never allow to take place anyway, illustrated Abraham's willingness to trust God in all things, and proved to Abraham that he COULD trust God even when it didn't make sense.

    That point is clear enough. The issue is about the nature of the point.

    islam exalts the point, altho islam is actually mohammed-worship, the point of which is to be gloriously obedient, even tho obedience is submission to exquisite cruelty. Exquisite cruelty (the worship of allah and his associate mohammed) is the necessary option of islam.

    As the story of Abraham also shows, it is the necessary option of what our President believes.

    I don't know the man (W) personally, so I am speculating.

    But based on what he has said and not said, it seems W cannot find the intellectual basis for confronting those whose religion leads them to seek our total destruction.

  • The Sacrifice of Abraham

    03/25/2007 8:26:56 PM PDT · 13 of 36
    Urbane_Guerilla to PetroniusMaximus
    Pray for wisdom before calling anything in the Word of God repulsive. You may just be missing the point of the story.

    God forbids human sacrifice, but he called for Abraham to commit human sacrifice. Ponder that.

    God knew that he would not permit Abraham to actually slaughter Isaac, but he did permit Abraham to go thru that particularly gruesome human experience. If I understand human existence correctly, we all want to be spared that experience, regardless of the outcome

    Friends do not put friends thru the ordeal suffered by Abraham, for such a trivial and irrelavant point.

    I pray for wisdom, even tho I do not understand the nature of prayer. Do you?

  • The Sacrifice of Abraham

    03/25/2007 8:18:16 PM PDT · 10 of 36
    Urbane_Guerilla to Cicero

    The point is this: like the allah of mohammed-worship, the God of Abraham (who is embraced whole-heartedly by the sociopath mohammed in his absurd construction of a religion whose point is the worship of mohammed) is an Entity pleased by the arbitrary and pointless suffering of men.

    Abraham necessarily says to himself, if God wants me to do it, I must do it. It is not the same thing as saying, for instance, if God wants me to be kind to others, I ought to be kind to others. It has only to do with the whim of the Supreme Being.

    The concept of the whim of a Supreme Being is the gist of mohammed-worship. (The trick to islam, is that mohammed was the conscious stand-in for allah).

    There is no difference in the logical premise of mohammed-worship and Christianity or Judaism, for example. Our President knows this, if only subliminally. He is not capable of confronting our enemy, because he shares the same interior premise: God is worthy of obedience even if he dictates the totally inane and brutal sacrifice of a son, especially under circumstances where the sacrifice is a sadistic emotional/psychological event.

    The worship of mohammed is a particularly debasing and humiliating, and emotionally cruel circumstance. There is nothing satisfactory from a human pov, other than the debatble satisfaction of belief in monotheism.

    But the belief in monotheism, and all it implies, calls into question islam and other "Abrahamic" religions.

    Our President is not a deep thinker. I do not say that in disrespect. I abhor his critics, who are witless jackasses, mostly. His belief system, tho, prevents him from uderstanding the enemy. He realizes (at some level of understanding) that the best criticism of our enemy, implicates his own beliefs.

  • The Sacrifice of Abraham

    03/25/2007 7:31:30 PM PDT · 1 of 36
    I apologize to those who disagree. I do NOT intend to be disrespectful. There are many belief-systems in the West, most rendering us helpless.
  • McCain to Close Club Gitmo "The first day I am President"

    02/21/2007 7:28:26 PM PST · 82 of 113
    Urbane_Guerilla to advance_copy
    McCain is the Ross Perot of the campaign. McCain will run as a third party candidate to get the death-eater elected. The man is that demented. The death-eater will reward him, someway, and he will be happy.
  • Christians scared of confronting mohammed-worship

    02/09/2007 11:50:38 PM PST · 1 of 22
    islam is the worship of mohammed. if you do not know that, examine your thinking. Our children face the long consequences of the violent, hateful centuries mohammed-worshippers persistently inflicted on those who thought humanity should be based on some idea of love.
  • The Sex Life of the Prophet (Allah be Praised - Booty A Plenty)

    02/08/2007 5:35:11 PM PST · 21 of 24
    Urbane_Guerilla to Rodney Kings Brain
    BTW: folks should know two things about this article. mo did NOT marry aisha at age 9. He married her at age 6. He had sexual intercourse with her at age 9, but probably used her body for mastabatory sex before 9.

    Second, when mo desired to have sex with his adopted son's wife, allah came thru (yet again) to help make it so. What folks do not know about the religion of mohammed-worship, is that it DISDAINS and abominates the humane practice of adoption, because "allah's" justification to allow mo to have sex with his adopted son's wife, was that adoption itself was not to be respected.

    Thus, mo's sex life TODAY affects mohammed-worshippers to emulate his inhumane disregard for other humans.

  • Your Snow Photos; Our RAW Footage (Global warming in central New York)

    02/08/2007 5:19:16 PM PST · 7 of 42
    Urbane_Guerilla to neverdem
    There are very few places on the planet affected by lake effect weather. Man-made global warming is a bunch of absurd leftist fantasy.

    But you cannot really disprove it by pointing to areas which are subject to this phenomenon.

    There are lessons in life brought by lake effect storms. They are good lessons, if not often pleasant ones.

  • The Sex Life of the Prophet (Allah be Praised - Booty A Plenty)

    02/08/2007 5:09:47 PM PST · 16 of 24
    Urbane_Guerilla to Rodney Kings Brain
    Here is a message even folks on FR refuse to believe or listen to: islam is MOHAMMED-WORSHIP.

    moslems are irrational and contradictory when it comes to their bizarre belief system. Do not listen to them.

    Look at what islam is, in reality. IT IS MOHAMMED-WORSHIP.

    mo is the Perfect Man, the Perfect Example. In islam, mo is always put on a par with his psychopathic creation, allah.

    The entire point of islam is to ASSOCIATE MO WITH ALLAH. The belief system is meaningless unless mo is associated with allah.

    Do not for a second believe islam is a monotheistic religion. islam is the worship of a Jim Jones, Charles Manson, L Ron Hubbard sociopath/psychopath. islam is the perfect anti-religion. So perfect, it controls the minds of many non-mohammed-worshippers, who are scared to criticize mohammed worship or to call it what it is, because they are scared about the implications it has for their own belief system.

  • Do not be alarmed; Miami isn't so weird

    01/28/2007 9:06:10 AM PST · 25 of 53
    Urbane_Guerilla to MassRepublicanFlyersFan
    Barry is the one who sounds like a nasty moron in this column. As a previous poster said, Barry trashes Tancredo for saying things Barry confirms in the column.

    I visited Miami once and that was quite sufficient for a lifetime.

  • U.S. death sentences drop to 30-year low

    01/04/2007 5:32:03 PM PST · 15 of 21
    Urbane_Guerilla to NormsRevenge
    What folks don't realize is that the left has been propagandizing the mostly phony issue of "innocent" convictions precisely to defeat the death penalty and to undermine the criminal justice system. It has been a very successful campaign. Many many folks believe that there are many many innocent men in prison, which is untrue.

    There are very few cases where a convict's absolute and objective innocence is demonstrated.

    The only question, really, is whether the few genuine instances where it is an actual fact can support the sweeping pov of the leftists who are more interested in undermining our society out of hatred for America.

    Doesn't matter much anyway because, in addition to their mostly phony "innocence" projects, they have waged a more effective campaingn to eliminate the death penalty.

    They have made death penalty cases into financial sinkholes, where the budgets of local district attorneys and of states are the true target of their litigation.

    Like a lot of leftist thinking, it is based not on the truth or on fair dealing. It is driven by the fundamental liberal/leftist principle, that the ends justify any means. (Strange, that is the same fundamental principle held by mohammed-worshippers.)

    Leftists/liberals have, once again, defeated something not on the merits, but on their ability to attack on a totally irrelevant basis: this is, the cost of prosecuting a death penalty case.


    12/27/2006 6:51:53 PM PST · 41 of 344
    Urbane_Guerilla to RetiredArmy
    Koch is a sensible man, and not a baloney artist whatsoever, but he is off on this one.

    The President is not a man of courage. The absolute first test of courage is to tell the truth, and that is something this President refuses to do.

    Unlike RR, who did not hesitate to tell the truth, despite great ridicule and hatred directed at him for doing so, this President has decided that being a poker player is the right approach to the presidency.

    We will not win this war if even the President refuses to name our enemy. To do so would take a tremendous act of courage, literally death-defying courage. But until someone such as a President does it, we are bound to lose.

    Even such brilliant men such as Edward Koch and Daniel Pipes and and Victor Hansen do not have the courage to name the enemy; they resort to absurd circumlocutions, made-up names, tokens of their fear.

    I have no doubt the President is a well meaning man. He is just not a leader, or a man of principle.


    12/17/2006 7:26:18 AM PST · 118 of 150
    Urbane_Guerilla to Popman
    Your arrogance is especially ugly when coated in spiritually

    Arrogant I well might be, but please do not accuse me of being spiritual, let alone coating anything I say in spirituality. I can say a lot of things about spirituality, but the only relevant thing is that I am not.

    It is not I but Paul who says if you do not believe in the literal physical resurrection of Jesus then dont even bother. You probably know the cite.

    And you are far far more intelligent than I if you understand the concept of Logos.

    But what is so discouraging, is that many Christians are no different from leftists and liberals in their uselessness or worse when confronting islam.

    Many Christians do not have the intellectual fortitude to confront islam. In effect, their pov is: I am religious, they are religious, we have more in common than not, and if I criticize them, the same arguments will be used against me.

    This, I believe, is one major reason our President cannot face the truth or tell it.

    It appears that free men and not Christians will be fighting this war on the field of truth.


    12/17/2006 7:03:55 AM PST · 116 of 150
    Urbane_Guerilla to bert
    Your premise is all wrong. Islam is not Mohammed worship. Allah is worshipped. Mohammed is the messenger.

    Oh man. Wow. It is amazing to see Freepers take offense on behalf of the mohammed-worshippers.

    You say they dont worship mohammed, and they say they dont worship mohammed.

    OTOH, I do say they worship mohammed. Anyone who says they do not is falling for the con game mohammed was playing in fabricating his religion. Mohammed made up the religion to have people worship him, just like any garden variety sociopath does thru whatever means they devise. In mohammed's case, it was religion, like Jim Jones.

    mohammed is the associate of allah who, have you noticed, doesnt exist.


    12/17/2006 6:54:54 AM PST · 113 of 150
    Urbane_Guerilla to longtermmemmory
    it is trying to use intelectual arguments on individuals with only the capacity for emotional thinking

    OMG ... this is so discouraging, if even Free Republic does not get it.

    Where oh where do I ever say use intellectual arguments? I said propaganda, which may include intellectual arguments, but probably not, especially with moslems.

    If you say "use ivory soap" a thousand times, you are not making an intellectual argument, but if you say it to any given group of human beings often enough, a substantial portion will use ivory soap.

    The daily violence conducted by mohammed-worshippers is propaganda, in case folks do not realize it. The message is: we are too wild and crazy to be dealt with, so give up and don't even try.

    It is succeeding only too well, when we have ridiculous words like "islamist" used by our most brilliant writers.


    12/17/2006 6:44:07 AM PST · 112 of 150
    Urbane_Guerilla to wai-ming
    How you gonna deal with people who won't listen to reason or logic?

    Reason and logic are only a couple of means of propaganda. Most moslems are irrational by upbringing and impervious to reason and logic, altho some can grasp it.

    This is very frustrating.

    Do folks understand what propaganda is?

    Let me give you an example: the MSM engages in it every single day, to disparage America and discourage Americans.

    But they do so indirectly, and by constant repetition. They don't say "we hate America," even tho that is the theme of their propaganda, that America is bad.

    There are a million ways to say "you are going to Hell" without ever saying you are going to Hell.


    12/17/2006 6:29:31 AM PST · 104 of 150
    Urbane_Guerilla to Caesar Soze
    Re 91:

    A perfect example why we are probably going to lose. The utter lack of imagination and ability to grasp the Main Idea.

    Propaganda can be anything from subtle to overt, depending on the audience. But the essential idea is the essential idea. You need essential ideas. How you put them across is another matter. What is so difficult about that?

    If you read my entire post, you will see that my wish is for clever Americans with the means to do so conduct the propaganda.

    No where do I suggest that a sledgehammmer be used on anyone's head, and it would be stupid in most circumstances to use one, but not all.

    Where the heck did you ever get the idea that I was suggesting that moslems read Free Republic to have their heads straightened out? Wow.

    And the marxist bit? Wow again. Talk about missing the point.

    The point is to demoralize mohammed worshippers and make them question their own thoughts, exactly the way they do to us. It could be by way of logical analysis, but it can also be directed to their emotions, and there are a lot of those, including resentment toward those who are exploiting you, as the rich, comfortable and powerful mohammed-worshippers do the poor ones.

    moslems have bountiful hatred. It is to our benefit to have then direct it at each other rather than us.


    12/16/2006 11:46:24 PM PST · 87 of 150
    Urbane_Guerilla to word_warrior_bob
    Look how intimidated many are to criticize Islam or Mohammed.


    Brilliant men resort to the weasel word, "islamism". They are scared of speaking the truth. They are intellectual cowards.

    Has anyone anywhere said, "I am an islamist"?

    LOL ... of course not. I am a nazi. I am a communist. I am a socialist. I am a facist. Those are things real human beings say.

    But I am an "islamiscist," or "I am an islamo-fascist"?

    Ridiculous and absurd.

    And our most brilliant people utter those risible things.

    Somewhere on the net someone even came up with the embarrassing word, "counterjihad."

    OMG ... we are defeating ourselves, when even those who understand refuse to speak the truth.


    12/16/2006 11:32:24 PM PST · 86 of 150
    Urbane_Guerilla to GoLightly
    I'm only trying to get you to see the other half of the truth, though I agree we are called upon to do the work our Father wants us to do, share his message with non-believers. When it is something that is self serving, you're missing the purpose, which includes action that helps to soften our own hearts.

    I understand and honor your sentiment. But please watch Zulu and pay attention to the Christian.

    My desire to get mohammed-worshippers to reject their faith has everything to do with me. Yes, you are no doubt correct. Their rejection of their faith is very dear to me.

    Your sympathy with psychopathic hatred, on the other hand, has to do with your insecurity with your own faith.

    Your insecurity is why our President, a Christian, is unable to speak the truth about mohammed-worship.

    He is frightened about the implications of that truth about Jesus worship.

    In other words, he does not have the intellectual capacity to distinguish between the two.


    12/16/2006 11:19:31 PM PST · 85 of 150
    Urbane_Guerilla to Popman
    Where as a Christians entire belief system is based on faith in Gods word and not on their Christian works, a Muslim is based on works only. Whether or not you believe the Koran is inerrant word of Allah will not affect your eventually destiny. You might lose your position in the tribe, but you will still be a Muslim.

    You are ill informed.

    Christianity is based absolutely and categorically on the belief in the Resurrection.

    If you do not believe in the actual, physical, bodily resurrection of Jesus, you cannot be a true Christrian.

    You might be a species of Christian, but not a true Christian.


    12/16/2006 11:14:51 PM PST · 84 of 150
    Urbane_Guerilla to MojoWire
    If I had to come up with one word, I would say Christianity is about forgiveness.

    I could not disagree with you more.

    The one word is "love," a word totally alien to islam, as opposed to any other religion whatsoever.


    12/16/2006 11:12:30 PM PST · 83 of 150
    Urbane_Guerilla to MojoWire
    What God hasn't already done in His mighty wisdom, He often leaves up to His righteous flock here on earth.

    That is a totally speculative and unprovable pov. As far as we know, God has nothing to do with it.

    And that is why our president is too cowardly to speak the truth.

    He prefers his fantasy.


    12/16/2006 11:08:52 PM PST · 82 of 150
    Urbane_Guerilla to MojoWire
    How in the world will anyone tolerate a major publicity campaign stating the evils of one of the world's major religions?

    This is the very crux of the matter. worshippers of mohammed feel free to say and do whatever they want, counting on the hobbled silence of the West.

    This is a direct result of American slavery. Americans rightfully feel gravely ashamed by that aspect of our history.

    mohammed-worshippers, who endorse slavery, take advantage of our shame and past sinfulness.

    mohammed-worshippers are no more than Jesse Jacksons and Al Sharptons with regard to America. They understand that the race-hustle of those corrupt men is the key to keeping us silent. And they are succeeding. The race-hustle is a perfect fit with islam, an amoral con.


    12/16/2006 10:58:52 PM PST · 81 of 150
    Urbane_Guerilla to Jemian
    This is a subject close to my heart. But, I do live on the other side of the world and I must get ready for the day. Please forgive me for not responding further, in a timely fashion. I'll answer when I return to the 'net tonight.

    I truly would like to discuss it with you, Jem.


    12/16/2006 2:52:46 PM PST · 40 of 150
    Urbane_Guerilla to Popman
    There Koran tells them that the Mo man was the greater prophet, but because of ignorance they never really understand who Christ is.

    I know you do not intend it, and by no means do I wish to deprecate you, but what you say is moslem propaganda. It indeed shows that a little knowledge is dangerous.

    Put aside the fact that moslems disparage and spit upon the Christian understanding of Jesus.

    More importantly, despite the fact that they say Jesus was a great prophet, they do not in any way shape or form follow the message or teachings of Jesus. This is very important to understand: worshippers of mohammed DO NOT rely on the truthful understanding of what they believe. They rely on the shallow and completely mistaken understanding of infidels, to take advantage of the witless kafirs.

    No, to the contrary, they say that what Westerners believe is the message of Jesus is all a lie and deliberate distortion of God's wishes.

    They believe that what Jesus really taught were the absurd and evil banalities taught by the narcissistic sociopath they worship.


    12/16/2006 2:38:02 PM PST · 31 of 150
    Urbane_Guerilla to gregwest
    Shame on any Christian who would consider any Muslim less than human, as this quote does. Muslims are children of God. God loves them and sent Jesus to die for them as well as us. Would any of the ten points listed here be effective in softening their hearts and preparing them to accept the testimony of Christ? If not, you need to try something more effective. This question goes right to the heart of what really works to save souls. What did Jesus do to save people? He taught them truth in the spirit of kindness and then he submitted himself to die to prove his point. He was willing to go to his death to prove that love overcomes all things. If Christians want to save Muslims, there will be more Christian martyrs, but that is what will reach them. Bombing them, arguing with them, bashing them with condemning Bible verses, and calling them inhuman will not achieve what God desires. If the war on terror is to be stopped, it will take this same kind of love Christ showed us all.

    I respect your pov, but I vigorously disagree with it.

    One of the greatest movies ever made is Zulu.

    It is inevitable that we will have our Christians, such as the Christian in that movie. So be it.

    worshippers of mohammed do not need their hearts softened. They need their skulls penetrated, and their minds opened. Minds are opened by the truth, not by emotion.


    12/16/2006 2:26:11 PM PST · 25 of 150
    Urbane_Guerilla to Amos the Prophet
    Confronting the false religion of Islam is secondary to confronting the false religion of humanism. There is One God, not a shopping cart full of demiurges. We must overcome the dominance of relativism in our own house. In this Christians stand together with Muslim fanatics. Both agree that cultural depravity is the true enemy. Judaism and Christianity must demand that society end its love affair with immorality. Until we are strong enough to confront our own demons we will not have the character or the strength to confront Islam.

    I think you are exactly wrong, but I think you describe the exact reason why our President refuses to tell the truth.

    islam has no interest, as you do, in overcoming humanism. islam has as its sole interest, the destruction of you and every other infidel.

    But some Christians, and I believe our president is one, have the illogical notion that by telling the truth about mohammed-worship, they somehow implicate the worship of Jesus.

    You can worry about the humanists if you want. I am sorry you think that is more important than fighting jihad.

    But you will soon shift your priorities, I believe. I could be wrong. I hope I am wrong. But I doubt I am wrong.


    12/16/2006 2:11:27 PM PST · 16 of 150
    Urbane_Guerilla to Popman
    Muslims don't worship the Mo man. They consider that idolatry.

    Others have told me that many times. I do not believe it. I do not go by what people tell me, but the evidence of my own eyes and ears.

    mohammed made up this religion by associating himself with allah. mohammed made himself more than the equal of allah in reality.

    To believe otherwise is to believe the con game of a narcissistic sociopath.

    The whole point of the war on jihad to show people they are worshipping mohammed.


    12/16/2006 2:03:53 PM PST · 11 of 150
    Urbane_Guerilla to Jemian
    You have some rather pithy points about Islam, however none of them will actually win the battle with Islam, except for portions of #10. But telling them how rotten they are and that they will burn in hell, albeit true, just is not a way to persuade people. And moslems are indeed people, made in the image of God.

    I respectfully disagree. I do NOT advocate telling them how rotten they are, if you notice. Please re-read what I said.

    Worshippers of mohammed are just human beings like the rest of us. They are not some form of super-human.

    They are susceptible to logic and truth, just as any human being is. It just depends on how it is told.

    They have never been told the truth about their religion. And they do not believe anyone has the courage to tell the truth, even if they suspect it.

    Sorry, but pray all you want.

    As for me, I think speaking the truth directly to the victims of the brainwashing will be more effective.


    12/16/2006 1:06:04 PM PST · 1 of 150
    Movies, books, tv, radio, escpecially the internet, we all must contribute to the propaganda battle against jihad.

    Our government, and the President in particular, have made the decision not to participate in the battle of ideas. Our governing class knows little or nothing about islam, nor do they care to learn, as long as they have their fat lives to lead.

    But just because our political class is brain dead, except to the calculations which make them more comfortable or more powerful, does not mean that Americans cannot conduct their own war of ideas.

    Somewhere out there are thousands of clever, creative Americans, who can conduct this war with their wits and their courage. Not many of us have the means or the talent to do it on a mass scale, but many do.

    My hope is that those with the means and talent to wage the battle on a mass scale, do so.

  • Adopt our values or stay away, says Blair

    12/09/2006 1:51:55 AM PST · 18 of 51
    Urbane_Guerilla to ScaniaBoy
    This is a most profound issue, which some conservatives, many in FR, refuse to see: our president is neither a principled nor an insightful man. God bless him ... he is just a human being like the rest of us ... he has good intentions. But he is a man, exactly like his father, who has not had, nor has, the integrity and character to be president.

    The most telling fact of his presidency was the nomination of Harriet Miers. There is no possible way, none whatsoever, that her nomination could have been made except by a shallow man, a man who skimmed his way thru life. No doubt a good person, Miers was of the ilk, so lacking in integrity and intelligence, that she did not care to take into consideration that she did not qualify for the job.

    Conservatives are the anchor of this country. Or they ought to be. But the support of many conservatives of George Bush is witless; in my opinion, they defend him because of his enemies, and not because he deserves defending. That is illogical.

    Islam is the antithesis of the liberty, rationality, and humanity of American conservatism, whatever variety. Yet the President is either a liar, or completely fails to grasp the fact. Islam is not "Islamism," nor is it "Isloamo-fascism". It is islam, a belief system so primitive and so barbaric, that most western minds refuse to consider that it actually exists.

    The most prominent dunce about islam is the President. He has neither the insight nor the skill to deal with it.

    The worship of mohammed is a bizarre and surreal fact of life. It is too obvious of a fact for this President, a skimmer, to notice.

  • VIDEO: 'You're a racist and anti-Semite,' one caller shouted at Carter during C-SPAN2 broadcast...[L

    12/03/2006 7:18:18 PM PST · 27 of 270
    Urbane_Guerilla to cripplecreek
    It really is a toss-up whether Clinton or Carter was the worst president.

    But it really is turning out very clearly that Carter is by far the worst ex-president.

    It is amazing that, with BC around, it can still be said that no ex-president acts with less dignity and honor than Carter.

  • Victor Davis Hanson: War Stories - Two versions of what we should do next.

    12/03/2006 7:08:14 PM PST · 32 of 45
    Urbane_Guerilla to neverdem
    This is so discouraging, that a brilliant man such as VDH insists on getting it wrong, and describing the circumstances so narrowly, so cloudlike. He says:

    Like fascism or Communism, Islamism galvanizes millions with its reductionist claims of Western liberal culpability for widely diverse Muslim gripes from Afghanistan to the West Bank.

    There is NO such thing as "Islamism," or "Islamo-fascism". These are weasal words used by well-intentioned folks who for whatever reason refuse to call things by their proper names.

    It is islam itself and the consequent worship of mohammed (the Perfect Man, an associate of allah) which is our enemy. Yes, it is an idea such as communism and fascism, but it is called islam.

    The fact that a brilliant man such as VDH refuses to speak the truth, for whatever reason, tells me that we are destined for defeat.

    "Stay the course" or any such formulation is absurd (and VDH is recommending stay the course, in effect).

    Four things need to happen in our War on Jihad.

    First, Americans, westerners, and moslems themselves need to be subjected to relentless propaganda of every variety, from the most primitive to the most sophisticated, to educate about the true nature of islamic jihad. It must be global and it must be daily.

    Second, moslems must be restricted from western nations and dispelled where possible, but where they cannot be dispelled, their primitive and barbaric practices (such as honor killings, misogyny, the veil and all forms of sharia law) must be repressed.

    Third, small, mobile, highly sophisticated and dedicated military units must travel the world engaging and destroying jihadis. We must be quite open about this. We must tell the world, if you harbor jihadis and do nothing about it, we will do it for you. We must tell the world, you will not even know what has hit you, because we will not let you know. We will simply do it.

    Fourth, the American government must make a massive program to secure our infrastructure and to alter our energy use.

  • Fighting to win in Iraq [Stone Cold Must-Read With Revelations of Past Baker Failures]

    12/03/2006 5:46:44 AM PST · 23 of 45
    Urbane_Guerilla to governsleastgovernsbest
    I respect Jacoby tremendously, but his column contains some dangerous garbage.

    First, no number of troops can stop the sort of violence that is going on in Iraq, and the violence will not be stopped without a legitimate government which includes all sides working together. As far as I can tell, that is not going to happen. Perhaps an American military dictatorship would work, but that is not going to happen either.

    Second, the increase in violence is NOT because of the belief that America is going to withdraw, as much as that plays a part.

    The violence started the day after mohammed died, when Ali was not made leader. It continues to this day, and will always continue until islam dies, as it must die. In Iraq, you are simply seeing true, authentic mohammed-worship in action. To the shia, sunnis are infidels, and vice-versa. Where there is islam, there is violence, and always be violence, because that is what islam requires, with the promise of eternal sex orgies devoutedly believed by the idiotic jihadis.

    It is amazing that even conservative writers do not yet grasp this fact.

  • Radio Hoax Exposes Anti-Muslim Sentiment in U.S.

    12/03/2006 5:27:51 AM PST · 41 of 192
    Urbane_Guerilla to rightwingintelligentsia
    An important distinction: Americans do not and should not hate moslems. They should hate islam and mohammed-worship.

    mohammed-worship is literally the most primitive and threatening force ever seen by the world, and that is strctly because the barbarism called islam has now intersected with oil money and western technology.

    We have it upside down sometimes. We curse moslems but not their primitive, irrational and hate-filled belief system.

    It is the complete lack by our president in telling the truth about mohammed-worship which is making our War on Jihad far more difficult and bloody.

  • First US celebrity to become a worshipper of mohammed?

    11/28/2006 6:23:27 PM PST · 42 of 103
    Urbane_Guerilla to truth_seeker
    Lew Alcinder

    I should have said post-today, when the worshippers of mohammed have made their hatred of this country (and infidels) so well known.

  • First US celebrity to become a worshipper of mohammed?

    11/28/2006 6:19:33 PM PST · 38 of 103
    Urbane_Guerilla to martin_fierro
  • First US celebrity to become a worshipper of mohammed?

    11/28/2006 6:13:03 PM PST · 30 of 103
    Urbane_Guerilla to 2ndDivisionVet
    Orka..uh, I mean Oprah? Osama Obama? Denzel Washington, perhaps? Cindy "Peace Mom" Sheehan? Michael Moore..wait, they can't eat pork, scratch that one

    Wow ... Oprah would not surprise me. Good suggestion.

  • First US celebrity to become a worshipper of mohammed?

    11/28/2006 6:02:13 PM PST · 1 of 103
    It could also be an attention-desperate member of the Kennedy family, yearning for "significance," or even Chelsea, finally getting the love and focus she craves. But I think Pat is more likely.