Daniel Greenfield: “Hollywoods islamische Lügen”

Im wirklichen Leben sind Terroristen fast immer Moslems. Im Kino sind sie alles Mögliche, nur das nicht. In amerikanischen Fiction-Produktionen verbringen Geheimagenten, Undercover-Agenten und einzelgängerische Bullen, die nur ihren eigenen Spielregeln gehorchen, mehr Zeit damit, serbische Terroristen zu bekämpfen, als damit, moslemische Terroristen zu bekämpfen.

Bevor der Elfte September die Party vermasselte, kämpfte Jack Bauer in der Fernsehserie 24 – Twenty Four gegen die internationale Bedrohung, die im serbischen Terrorismus bestand. Serbische Terroristen tauchten auch im Kinofilm Diplomatic Siege (Diplomatische Belagerung) von 1999, wo deren „Serbische Befreiungsfront“ eine US-Botschaft besetzte, und im Film Projekt: Peacemaker von 1997 auf, in dem George Clooney sich beeilt, einen Serben daran zu hindern, eine Atombombe in New York City zu zünden. Continue reading Daniel Greenfield: “Hollywoods islamische Lügen”

Experiment in peacefully reconciling by “cut-up” technique certain divergent European and Arab views of the “Libyan revolution”

A heartfelt welcome by thousands upon thousands of free Libyans greeted the NTC Head Jalil’s maiden speech yesterday on MARTYRS’ SQUARE, Tripoli, to bear witness to the popularity of the Revolution that ousted rutless despot Khadafi after using his fire power to massacre his own people in their thousands! Bin-Laden’s comments were accompanied by a speech by new Al Qaeda chief, Ayman al-Zawahri, who claimed credit on behalf of his terror group for the “Arab spring” uprisings against dictators in Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Syria, and other countries. Continue reading Experiment in peacefully reconciling by “cut-up” technique certain divergent European and Arab views of the “Libyan revolution”

Quote of the day (from yesterday)

Anyone who cared to dig through the graveyards of Sudan already knew that Muslims mattered more than Africans to us. The sky full of jets that we dispatched to bomb Yugoslavia on behalf of Muslim terrorists never clouded the skies of Khartoum. But they did show up to bomb Tripoli so that Islamist thugs could begin torturing and murdering Africans.
Sultan Knish (Daniel Greenfield), Remembering Muslim Colonialism on September 11

Empathy for anti-Semitic and anti-American Angstlust

“[T]hey are symbols of pride and wealth and arrogance. To put up such buildings is the most extreme sort of arrogance, and vulnerability is thus built into them. And the attacks against these buildings – by way of these attacks, one can erase one’s own feelings of powerlessness and one’s own humiliations and transform them into the powerlessness and humiliation of one’s opponent….And that evokes [sic.] drastic and dramatic reactions and bellicose reactions, and that’s what makes it so dangerous and so disastrous to attack and to destroy precisely these symbols.”

Who said that? What? “Adolf Hitler or maybe Mohamed Atta,” you say? Just because of that slip: “they are” in the beginning? No! It was “Wolfgang Benz: the historian and director of Berlin’s Institute for Research on Anti-Semitism,” of course, in a public German discussion in Berlin that took place shortly after the jihadistic attack on the Twin Towers.