“These are the striking similarities between the Serbs and the Jews. Serbia originally lost its province of Kosovo after being defeated in battle by the Muslim Turks at the Field of Blackbirds in June, 1389. Like the Jews, who in their 2,000 years of exile dreamed of restoring their ancient homeland and their holy city of Jerusalem from alien conquerors after losing it to the Romans, so too the Serbs dreamed of Kosovo and wove their folk music and national identity around the lost Serbian heartland….
Serbia and Israel must be supported by all who still cherish morality over political and economic expediency. Historical correctness must in all such cases trump so-called political correctness. As goes Serbia, so goes Israel.” — Victor Sharpe Continue reading
“The Arab Slave Trade Sparked One of The Largest Slave Rebellions in History”
“[It] grew to involve over 500,000 enslaved and free men.” Continue reading
The places on Earth where Islam dominates are block holes of ignorance and cruelty. It stamps out freedom wherever it gets the upper hand, and non-Muslims are always persecuted, because that is what the religion demands. — Pat Condell Continue reading
“Oh Allah, count them one by one and annihilate them down to the very last one.
Do not spare any of them.” — Sheikh Ammar Shahin, Islamic Center of Davis, California, July 21, 2017 Continue reading
More threats. More violence. More intimidation. The ‘grooming’ of Europe continues. The world is witnessing the rise of modern day brown shirts in medieval garb, groomed to violently suppress dissent and critical thought in any form: artistic, religious, political,…Hindu, Christian, Buddhist—and yes, Marxist, even as it is the Left in the West that is actively … Continue reading
Carlos Moore sees a disguised racism permeating Latin American society, invented by Arabs in the Iberian Peninsula.
“I have had the privilege to have lived in Arab countries,” Moore said, “and to be shocked by the extraordinary similarities to Latin America of structures of race in countries like Egypt. It was familiar ground. I was twenty-one, had just left Cuba. I lived in Egypt for a year. I was surprised to see how it was as though I had not left Cuba except for the fact that they spoke Arabic and adhered to the Muslim religion. From then on I began to study the structures of race relations in the Arab countries in a comparative way with relations in the Iberian Peninsula and Latin America. That became my focus.” — Dr. Carlos Moore