About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

14 Replies to “The Weaponized Rhetoric of Jihad”

  1. Thank you for posting this. An excellent video. I’ve heard it all before but for those just joining us I hope it gives you some thought.

  2. Important information about Islam’s deceptive use of language, from four of the best-informed people anywhere. This is the sort of solidly-supported material that makes Muslims scarce. I see there is one feeble challenge in the Youtube comments so far. I don’t imagine any Muslims will show up here.

  3. Those are indeed four of the best-informed people on earth when it comes to the subject of militant Islam. The tantalizing thing is that I think the average Westerner would probably react quite reasonably and vote to curtail Muslim immigration immediately if they were simply allowed to hear the words and thoughts of these scholars, but their knowledge has been barricaded behind some kind of strange wall of intellectual fear, and the average person is yet to even hear the truth once. Most people today are still way back at the “You can find objectionable passages in any religious book if you look hard enough” stage, which is a profoundly stupid statement, but damnably hard to argue against.

  4. UK
    Muslim Husband barred from having sex with wife by judge because she has mental age of a child and doesn’t know that she can refuse

    The unidentified Bangladeshi man, who lives in east London, claimed he has the right under his Islamic culture to have sex with the mentally-disabled woman aged 39 whenever he pleases.

    Her husband wanted her to come home so he could have sex with his two wives on alternate days, said the judge.


  5. Sierra Leone struggling in fight against Ebola because so many doctors and nurses have left to find jobs in Britain, report claims (dailymail, Dec 18, 2104)

    “Sierra Leone is struggling in its fight against Ebola because so many medics have left for jobs in Britain, it has been claimed, amid reports the country’s health centres are overflowing with victims.

    The exodus of doctors and nurses to the UK and other wealthy countries left the West African state ‘woefully short’ of trained medical staff when the deadly virus struck, MPs have said.

    It comes as the death toll from the epidemic increased to 6,915 out of 18,603 cases and as Sierra Leone authorities launched a fresh operation to contain the virus.

    The Commons International Development Committee has said that a high proportion of the health professionals trained in Sierra Leone were now working in Britain.

    The committee criticised the Department for International Development (Dfid) for initially underestimating the scale of the Ebola crisis and warned that the World Health Organisation’s systems for dealing with such emergencies were ‘dangerously inadequate’…”

  6. One of the teenage Austrian ‘poster girls’ who ran away to join ISIS has been killed in the conflict, UN says (dailymail, Dec 18, 2014)

    “A United Nations official says one of the two Austrian girls who fled their middle class homes in Vienna earlier this year to fight in Syria has definitely died in the conflict.

    The two Viennese girls, Samra Kesinovic, 17, and 15-year-old Sabina Selimovic, whose parents are Bosnian refugees, disappeared in April after saying that they wanted to fight in Syria.

    They first went to the Turkish capital Ankara by plane, and then on into the southern Turkish region of Adana. After that, their tracks were lost.

    But they appeared on social networking sites branding Kalashnikov rifles and surrounded by armed men – photos which Austrian police said acted as recruitment posters for young girls.

    David Scharia, a senior Israeli expert of the United Nations Security Council’s Counter-Terrorism Committee (CTED) said: ‘We received information just recently about two 15-year-old girls, of Bosnian origin, who left Austria, where they had been living in recent years; and everyone, the families and the intelligence services of the two countries, is looking for them….”

  7. Illegal immigrant who spent thousands on sham marriage is jailed after he was caught out because he couldn’t spell his bride’s name (dailymail, Dec 18, 2014)

    “An illegal immigrant who spent thousands of pounds on a sham marriage has been jailed after staff spotted he was unable to spell his bride’s name.

    Babar Khan, 24, of no fixed abode, had arranged for his big day to be held at Southampton Register Office, but police dramatically stormed the ceremony as the fake couple prepared to say their vows after officials became suspicious.

    The Pakistani national paid £4,660 to marry the woman he barely knew in a desperate attempt to remain in Britain at a ceremony in front of just two guests.

    Southampton Crown Court heard police officers who quizzed the couple found they gave ‘wildly conflicting’ accounts of how they met.

    Police then searched Khan’s home and discovered ‘crib notes’ with prepared answers about their ‘history’ together.

    Khan was released on bail but in an attempt to evade being deported he fled to London – before the authorities caught him again….”

  8. Leaked CIA report: Targeting Taliban leaders ‘ineffective’ (BBC, Dec 19, 2014)

    “The removal of senior Taliban leaders has had little impact on the organisation, a CIA report released by Wikileaks has said.

    The 2009 report analyses “high value targeting” in a number of conflicts – the assassination of senior insurgents.

    It said the Taliban’s ability to replace lost leaders has hampered the effectiveness of coalition operations against its leadership.

    The CIA would not comment on the leaked documents.

    The report, which Wikileaks describes as “pro-assassination”, looks at the pros and cons of “high value targeting” (HVT) programmes.

    As well as examining recent actions in Iraq and Afghanistan, the report assesses British action in Northern Ireland, Sri Lankan operations against Tamil Tigers and French efforts during the Algerian civil war, among others.

    Benefits of HVT operations, according to the report, include “eroding insurgent effectiveness, weakening insurgent will and reducing the level of insurgent support”.

    Potential negatives include “strengthening an armed group’s bond with the population” and “radicalising an insurgent group’s remaining leaders”.

    On Afghanistan, the report said that targeting senior Taliban figures has been constrained by problems connecting it to broader Afghan and Nato efforts against the organisation.

    It also says the Taliban has “good succession planning and bench strength, especially at the middle levels”.

    Since the report was written, President Obama has increased drone strikes in north-west Pakistan, targeting Taliban and al-Qaeda leaders.

    There have also been several strikes in Yemen.”

  9. Mount Sinjar: Islamic State siege broken, say Kurds (BBC, Dec 19, 2014)

    “Kurdish forces in northern Iraq are claiming their biggest victory yet against Islamic State (IS) militants. They say they have broken the IS siege of Mount Sinjar, where thousands of Yazidis and other displaced Iraqis have been trapped since August. IS controls a swathe of Iraq and Syria, where it has declared a caliphate. Meanwhile, the Pentagon’s top officer says US air strikes have killed several high-ranking military leaders of IS in Iraq. The Kurdish offensive against IS forces besieging Mount Sinjar began early on Wednesday with the most intensive round of air strikes yet by US and coalition forces – 45 in all.

    On the ground, about 8,000 Kurdish peshmerga fighters launched a two-pronged attack which they said had succeeded in opening a wide corridor to allow members of the Yazidi minority and others to leave. Masrur Barzani, Chancellor of the Kurdistan Region Security Council, said the operation had been to advance from Zumar – which Kurdish forces recaptured in October – to Mount Sinjar and to rescue the Yazidi people trapped there. “It was a very big operation and thankfully it was concluded very successfully,” he said.

    A statement from the Kurdish command said large numbers of militant fighters had fled westwards into Syria or eastwards towards Mosul, which they captured in June. The BBC’s Jim Muir says that if the Kurds have done all they say, it is a significant advance….”

  10. The piece is tight, clear, and dense with meaning. Soft-spoken and mild, these scholar-warriors are the strongest advocates for our side. It’s just the right package for those within the kafir community who have not yet been struck deaf, dumb, and blind by flash-bang taqqia black-belts and their fellow-travelers within the MUG.

    Excellent work, Eeyore. A timely gem for Christmas from the one and only Vlad Tepes.

  11. They do their normal excellent job of informing us of the truth about Islam, it is a crying shame that the LSM has refused to consult these scholars and use their knowledge to help protect the west.

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