Monday, December 24, 2007


In the West Bank there is a town named Bethlehem. According to my faith this is the town that my savior, Jesus Christ, was born. Because of this, I hold a personal link to this town. A town I have never been to and probably never will get to visit. The Jews hold Jerusalem holy. I also hold Jerusalem holy because this is the location that Jesus was crucified. However, there would have been no crucifixion without a birth. Therefore I hold Bethlehem closer to my heart.

The mohammedans have Mecca and Medina and have tried to take Jerusalem as theirs. I believe that Jerusalem is the home of G-d's chosen people, the Jews. Jerusalem is the heart of the nation of Israel both figuratively and literally. I believe the mohammedans have attempted to steal Jerusalem as a way to spit in the face of the Israelis. Nothing more and nothing less. The mohammedans have no true link to Jerusalem. Mohammed tried to persuade the Jews that he was a prophet and was spurned. After realizing that he could not convince them he turned from Jerusalem to Mecca.

Because the mohammedans believe Jews to be infidels and non-believers the mohammedans have attempted to take Jerusalem from the Jews. Over history they have succeeded at times and lost at times. We are presently watching as the mohammedans and a good portion of the world, including certain Israelis, seem willing to hand over Jerusalem to a group of terrorists who would keep Israelis from ever stepping foot in their spiritual home. The mohammedans have control of their "sacred cities" of mecca and medina. The only thing they have to gain from taking Jerusalem is a strategic victory over the Jews. There is nothing spiritual behind the mohammedan attempt. They only wish to destroy the Jews and see taking Jerusalem as a victory in this process.

Now Bethlehem. As I mentioned, Bethlehem is special to the Christians because it is the birthplace of Jesus Christ. I hold it dear because it is the location where the possibility of my own salvation bean. It was in a manger that my believed savior started his life on this earth. It was a humble beginning for a man that would once again face humility at death. From this small town came a gift from G-d.

I now see, and have read for the past few years, that the mohammedans have been chasing Christians out of Bethlehem. It sickens my heart when I see Christians side with mohammedans. The two religions have nothing in common. Christianity came into being when Jesus, a Jew, was born and crucified fulfilling prophesy laid down in Judaic teachings and beliefs. If there is any link among the three major religions it is between Judaism and Christianity. There is no link between Christianity and islam.

Bethlehem is a spiritually significant location for Christians. Just as Jews are willing to fight and die for Jerusalem, so should Christians be apt to do the same for Bethlehem. I also believe Bethlehem to be a vital city for the nation of Israel. It belongs to those who believe in the G-d of the Bible not the followers of the koran. As long as mohammedans have a say about the ongoings within Bethlehem the Christians there will live in fear and oppression.

Christianity and Judaism can live together, in this day and age, despite the theological differences. This is because they believe in the same G-d. They pray to the same G-d. Islamists pray to allah who should never be confused with the G-d of the bible. The G-d f the Bible is involved and consistant. The allah in the koran is diametrically opposed to the G-d of the Bible. Jews would not have Christians living in oppression. Nor would they be treated as second class citizens as they currently are by the mohammedans.

I have prayed for Jerusalem and I pray for Bethlehem. I pray that someone or something will come along and free these two cities from the control of the mohammedans. I pray that G-d would free these cities and provide Israel with the leader needed to defeat these believers of allah. I pray that one day Jews will walk through Jerusalem without fear and that they can be proud that they have attained their entire city back. I also pray that one day Christians can take back the city of Bethlehem and show it off to the world. More importantly, I pray that G-ds will be done in regards to these cities. I pray for a modern Moses, David, or Solomon. I pray for a modern Paul. I pray for G-d to liftup a man who will regain these sacred cities that have served G-d.

They are earthly prayers, I know. G-d will chose when and how his glory is to be displayed. I can only ask that his will be done. I pray that he would once again raise Jerusalem and Bethlehem to their level of spiritual importance. I pray that if I have the ability and character needed, that he would choose me. Whomever my Lord places into this position of responsibility I will support this person with all my means.

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A Message of Revolution

We live in a tupsy-turvy world. Good is evil, evil is good, right is wrong, wrong is right, lies are truths, truths are lies. Regardless of one’s political preferences, regardless of one’s religious creed or absence thereof some things must be said and repeated often enough for them to penetrate the collective consciousness. Though I am a proud and staunchly Orthodox Jew, I am compelled to quote words which I consider a true reflection of the world we live in. The excerpt below is taken from the address by Minister Joe Wright at the new session opening of the Kansas House of Representatives in 1996:

We know Your Word says, “Woe to those who call evil good”, [Woe to those who speak of evil as good and of good as evil - my translation of the original Hebrew in Isaiah 5:20] but that is exactly what we have done.

We have lost our spiritual equilibrium and reversed our values. We confess that.

We have ridiculed the absolute truth of Your Word and called it Pluralism.

We have exploited the poor and called it the lottery,

We have rewarded laziness and called it welfare,

We have killed our unborn and called it choice,

We have shot abortionists and called it justifiable,

We have neglected to discipline our children and called it building self-esteem,

We have abused power and called it politics,

We have coveted our neighbor’s possessions and called it ambition,

We have polluted the air with profanity and pornography and called it freedom of expression,

We have ridiculed the time-honored values of our forefathers and called it enlightenment.

When Reverend Wright spoke those words one Democrat legislator walked out in disgust, another called him called narrow minded and bigoted. But were they right? Through my posts I have often decried the West’s loss of spirituality and its replacement with valueless values, its replacement with instant gratification that neither lasts nor gratifies.

As the West becomes “enlightened”, as synagogues and churches who preach love remain half empty, mosques with extremist Imams who preach hatred and submission of the West are filled. The West has lost its motivation, it lives in a dream world full of complacency and lack of values. The fight, the thirst for life has left it and been replaced with emptiness. Reverend Wright spoke those words eleven years ago. Their sounds, their truths still ring strong, still seek to awaken to shake out of our comfortable slumber. Truth is often inconvenient, often brutal, but absolutely eternal!

Aldous Huxley once said that speaking the truth is often a revolutionary act. If such is the case I am proud, to have quoted the words above and hope and pray they will penetrate the hearts of the West so we can start the revolution back to our values, back to our civilization, back to true and lasting enlightenment... while we still can!


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Sunday, December 23, 2007

How the West Will be Won

Mohammed Bear - Mohammed Bear fools all the other Bears (except Dhimmi Bear who is forced) into believing he is Holy. His followers go on to continually divide and harass the world while claiming to be victims. What a tricksey Bear he is!
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I left out something important in my post on the War on Christmas: it's not as bad in America as it is in countries in which Muslims show how tolerant they are of other religions:

Gaza's Christians keep low Xmas profile

Gaza's tiny Christian community is keeping a low profile this Christmas, traumatized by the killing of a prominent activist in the wake of Hamas' takeover of the coastal territory.

Few Christmas trees are on display, churches are holding austere services and hundreds of Christians hope to travel to the moderate-controlled West Bank to celebrate the holiday in Bethlehem. Many say they don't plan on returning to Gaza.
Christians and Muslims have generally had cordial relations over the years in Gaza, but that relationship has been shaky since Hamas seized control and tensions were exacerbated with the recent death of 32-year-old Rami Ayyad.

Ayyad, a member of the Baptist Church, managed Gaza's only Christian bookstore. In early October, he was found shot in the head, his body thrown on a Gaza street 10 hours after he was kidnapped from the store.

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The Buying of American Colleges - Miseducation in Academia

Much has been made about lobbying groups and while there has been a growing debate as to who is the most powerful lobbying group (no, gentle reader, it ain’t dem Jooz), we have all but ignored the real and far more dangerous lobbying effort already at work, already successful.

Always on Watch, had the following post a couple of weeks ago, it’s just too powerful and scary to ignore:

Those Saudi Bucks

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An accounting of the Saudi bucks infused into various universities all around the world has not been forthcoming as to the specificity of the usage of those funds. Isn’t it important to reveal just what impact those billions have had on curriculum and material presented to the next generation of our nation’s leaders?

Read this December 10, 2007 article in the Washington Times. Note that those Saudi bucks may be getting spread around in more places than you’ve heard of! No doubt you’ve heard about Prince Alwaleed’s gift of $20 million each to Georgetown and Harvard universities, but many other institutions have also received substantial amounts of money. Just how is that money being put to use? According to the article (emphases mine),

Some call the Saudi gift Arab generosity and gratitude for the years American universities have educated the elite of the Arab world. Others say the sheer size of the donations amounts to buying influence and creating bastions of noncritical pro-Islamic scholarship within academia.

“There’s a possibility these campuses aren’t getting gifts, they’re getting investments,” said Clifford May, president of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies. “Departments on Middle Eastern studies tend to be dominated by professors tuned to the concerns of Arab and Muslim rulers. It’s very difficult for scholars who don’t follow this line to get jobs and tenure on college campuses.

“The relationship between these departments and the money that pours in is hard to establish, but like campaign finance reform, sometimes money is a bribe. Sometimes it’s a tip.”

The $40 million gift from the Saudi donor, Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, was the latest in a tradition that started in the 1970s — Muslim donors pumping millions of dollars into American universities to fund Islamic studies, hire faculty specialists in Islam and fund books and seminars on the world’s second-largest religion.


At Georgetown, [Prince Alwaleed’s] money was funneled toward its Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding, which was quickly renamed the Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding. The center, part of the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, trains many of America’s diplomats.

…The center’s aim, according to its mission statement, is to “improve relations between the Muslim world and the West and enhance understanding of Muslims in the West.”

The center’s director, John Esposito, a prolific writer and praised by many as being a national authority on the religion, was severely criticized by several scholars for downplaying the threat of Islamic terrorism in the 1990s when he was a foreign affairs analyst for the State Department.

Mr. Esposito, “more than any other academic, contributed to American complacency prior to 9/11,” Martin Kramer, a fellow at the Olin Institute at Harvard, wrote in a Jan. 2, 2006, commentary
on his blog,

“[Mr. Esposito has] proved that he’s still a magnet for Arab and Muslim money,” Mr. Kramer wrote. “Prince Alwaleed apparently decided that while Esposito’s reputation may be dented, the professor still has some value in him.”

Mr. Esposito declined to be interviewed for this article but did defend himself in several e-mails.


Mr. Esposito said the number of programs sponsored by his center went from 27 last year to 22 this semester alone. The first of three new faculty, Ibrahim Kalin, a scholar on Sufiism and Islamic philosophy, is slated to come on board next fall.

A month before the gift was publicly announced, Mr. Esposito was one of four persons flanking Prince Alwaleed before a photographer at the George V hotel in Paris. It was then that the prince told Georgetown officials of their $20 million windfall — and that Mr. Esposito would oversee how the money was spent.


“The prince knew very well Georgetown’s in a milieu filled with lobbyists and opinion makers; thus any program of his will exert more influence there than at a university not in a power center like Washington,” Mr. Meyers said. “The grant also gave Esposito a much bigger microphone. When you’ve got a $20 million institute, that amplifies your voice considerably.”

The Saudi Embassy’s press office did not respond to requests for comment on this article, and a spokeswoman for Prince Alwaleed said he was “too busy” to respond.


In 1979, Saudi Aramco World magazine published a list of recent Middle Eastern gifts, including…$750,000 from the Libyan government for a chair of Arab culture at Georgetown University; and $250,000 from the United Arab Emirates for a visiting professorship of Arab history, also at Georgetown.

In 1986, Saudi arms dealer Adnan Khashoggi donated $5 million toward a sports center to be named after him at American University….


There are 17 federally funded centers on American college campuses devoted solely to Middle Eastern studies centers and another 30 to 40 that do not receive federal aid, according to Amy Newhall, executive director of the Middle East Studies Association at the University of Arizona. Not counting several positions at Georgetown University, she estimated at least 10 chaired professorships currently funded by Saudis at major universities.

“With all the talk of the Israel lobby, no one talks about the Saudi lobby,” Mr. Meyers said. “There is no counterweight to Saudi influence in American higher education.”

Indeed, Ain-al-Yaqeen reported that King Fahd has spent “billions of Saudi riyals,” around the world.

In terms of Islamic institutions, the result is some 210 Islamic centers wholly or partly financed by Saudi Arabia, more than 1,500 mosques and 202 colleges and almost 2,000 schools for educating Muslim children in non-Islamic countries in Europe, North and South America, Australia and Asia,” the paper reported.


Mr. Kramer, also the author of “Ivory Towers on Sand: The Failure of Middle Eastern Studies in America,” says American universities have allowed themselves to be purveyors of Saudi influence and opinion.

“Universities generate ideas, and [Prince Alwaleed] regards one idea — the ‘clash of civilizations” — as positively dangerous to Arabs and Muslims,” he wrote on his Web site, “So he has embarked on a grand giving spree, to create academic ‘bridges” between Islam and the West, and specifically between the Arab world and the United States …

“The mind boggles at the possibilities, when you think of the purchasing power of the world’s fifth-richest man,” Mr. Kramer continued. “Of course, this is why we can’t ever expect to get the straight story on Saudi Arabia, Wahhabism and oil from people who operate within Middle Eastern studies. If you want a fabulously wealthy Saudi royal to drop out of the sky in his private jet and leave a few million, you had better watch what you say — which means you had better say nothing.”

Prince Alwaleed, 52, — who slipped from the fifth richest person in 2005 to the 13th this year, according to Forbes magazine — is best known to some Americans as the man who offered $10 million to the victims of the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City. That money was rejected by Rudolph W. Giuliani, then the mayor, after the prince scolded the U.S. for favoring Israelis over Palestinians.


In 2002, [Prince Alawaleed] donated $500,000 to the George Herbert Walker Bush Scholarship Fund, established by the Phillips Academy in Andover, Mass. In 2006, he donated $10 million to the Weill Medical College of Cornell University.

He defends such gifts in interviews, saying that he has financed study programs about American culture overseas, including a $10 million gift to found a Center for American Studies at American University in Cairo and $5.2 million for a similar center at American University in Beirut.

Prince Alwaleed’s Cairo and Beirut projects explain American culture, but according to their Web sites, offer no courses in Christianity — America’s majority religion. Meanwhile, typical courses at the Georgetown center are “Islamic Theological Development” and “Islamic Religious Thought and Practice.”


“Islamists such as the radical fundamentalists seen with the Saudi Wahhabis exploit American universal tolerance to provide a vehicle for the dissemination of their propaganda free of critique,” [Zuhdi Jasser] said…

The interfaithing street seems to run one way, in Wahhabism’s direction. So much for promoting understanding among various religions on university campuses around the world. Courtesy of the Saudis, of course.

Mark Alexander reminded me yesterday of this little saying: “He who pays the piper calls the tune.” Prince Alawaleed certainly understands the meaning of that proverb, but Western ostriches refuse to pull their heads from the sand.

9/11 is fading into distant memory. We’re lulled into complacency. Meanwhile, Islamification is proceeding quietly as the next generation is being turned into the generation of Islamophilia.

Remember the words of CAIR’s Ibrahim Hooper:

“I wouldn’t want to create the impression that I wouldn’t like the government of the United States to be Islamic sometime in the future…But I’m not going to do anything violent to promote that. I’m going to do it through education.”

Saudi is using education as the sword of Islam. And petro-dollars are funding the process.

You will not find, however, any academic institution that will even think of giving back give these 30 talents of petrodollars. OK, so the resulting education may be tinged with a new version of reality and ugly revisionism… but think of the MONEY!!! All those liberal professors, who so despise the West and its values (capitalism, being chief among the seven deadly sins they profess to oppose) , have no compunctions in accepting millions from those whose interest lies far away from and in direct opposition to “liberal arts.” They have no compunctions accepting millions from those whose only interest is to subvert all free speech, all debate, those who seek to silence anyone who dares question why indoctrination suddenly became synonymous with education.

No doubt these useful idiots (who, meanwhile, are laughing all the way to the bank!) will either be among the first victims of the IslamoFascists when they do take over or they will gladly adapt the new religion as they expect to be rewarded by becoming part of the ruling elite. Henry IV, the first Bourbon king of France was a a devout Huguenot before becoming French King. Since France would only have a Catholic on its throne, Henry converted at Ste. Germain L’Auxerrois because - as he put it - “Paris is well worth a mass!” So much for principles and convictions…

King Henry, however, unlike these so called “academics” who specialize in subverting the very process of education, turned out to be one of the best loved French Kings. Henri le Grand - Henry the Great also known by his subjects as Le Bon Roi Henri - The good King Henry, was genuinely interested in the welfare and religious freedom of his people. His reign became known for its prosperity and relatively peaceful times. Today’s “academics,” however, are much more interested in the pursuit of their particularly leftist agenda than in anything that might remotely resemble education.

Each of these illustrious professors boasts of his/her Marxist and anti Western ideas, but… as they decry capitalism it is they who embraced and adapted every evil deed and method for which the early capitalist moguls - known as the Robber Barons - became infamous. The more things change the more they stay the same! Interesting how today’s Marxist left has adapted the most disgusting and reactionary, greedy, methodology of early capitalism and became the Robbers of Education!


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Sunday, December 02, 2007

10 Palestinians Killed for Every Israeli is intolerable

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There are approximately 90 to 125 times as many Muslims as there are Jews [1.61 Billion Muslims to approximately 12.8 to 18.2 million Jews depending on one's definition of a Jew] so if every time Muslims picked a fight with Jews only 10 Muslims got killed for every 1 Jew that would be very unfair and intolerable to say the least. No, if Jews want to survive there has to be at least a 100 dead Muslims for every 1 Jew in order for the fight to be fair.

I mention this because one of my readers left this comment: "Since Sept 29, 2000 the number of Israeli children killed by Palestinians is 199. The number of Palestinian children killed by Israelis is 971."

What I don't understand is how numbers alone have any meaning. If Palestinians killed 199 Jewish children then, to be fair, Israel should have killed at least 18,000 Palestinian children, to do less is a losing battle given the huge numbers of Muslims in the world and their reproduction rate, the highest in the world. Israel could kill a million Muslims a month without putting a dent in total Muslim population growth. But why mention at all that 971 Palestinian children were killed over 7 years, as if the death of children, their own or others, means anything to Palestinians.

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Saturday, December 01, 2007

Thank G-d for the Naval Academy

In the not so distant future the name Annapolis will become synonymous with futility and failure. It will be be found with names like Oslo, Dayton, and various other city names that have had the misfortune of hosting a self described peace process between the Israelis and the "palestinians". If it weren't for the existence of the Naval Academy, Annapolis would have no positive reference.

Lets look at the major roadblocks of peace between Israel and the "palestinians".

1. Israel wants to be recognized as a Jewish state.

Based on the history of this planet there should be no argument against this. Historically the Jews haven't been treated very well by their host countries. Why not provide them a place of their own. It would only make sense that this home be the actual location they consider home. Mahmoud Abbas cannot go through with this because he would lose all backing from his present enablers. Though this list of enablers is shrinking, he can't afford to lose anymore.

2. United Jerusalem

Anytime islamists have control of the holy sites, the Jews seem to get left out. Jerusalem is the heart of Israels identity. Islamists didn't give a hoot about Jerusalem until recent history. This concern on the part of mohammedans for Jerusalem is purely political and a power play. JERUSALEM IS ISRAEL.

3. Stop terror attacks

Mahmoud Abbas has no control over this whatsoever. Hamas will continue to agitate and attack Israeli's and other defined infidels every opportunity they get. Before the previous two even get mentioned, this is the major show stopper. Hamas will control the West Bank soon enough. When that happens, all the propping up of Abbas by the West will mean nothing and prove the western diplomats to be as ignorant as us average people already believe them to be. Maybe at this point Ehud Olmert will finally be out on his ear. I would hate to be either Mr. Olmert or Mr. Barak when they stand in front of the creator and have to answer why they were willing to hand G-d's temple over to the mohammedans.

4. Bash and Momo

Iran and Syria will never allow for the peaceful existence of Israel. They have sworn to wipe Israel from the maps and eradicate the nation from the planet. Yet the west still attempts to keep them involved. This will be the downfall of the west. Israel will pay the initial cost.

Despite the rhetoric, there is no equivalence to what is happening in the Israel -"palestinian" conflict that would put it on par with apartheid. Only an historical moron would claim so. Despite the sympathies of Ms. Rice, here experiences as a child in the segregated south has nothing to do with the situation the "palestinians" have put themselves in.

The Annapolis conference will lead nowhere but to more bloodshed and more war. Too bad politicians aren't forced to live like the rest of us. They, like actors in Hollywood, get to pretend they are smarter than they really are. They get to ignore reality and throw their farcical fantasies into action. It is the rest of us day-to-day- schmoes that have top face the consequences.

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