International Conflict: War and Political Correctness: Islamic World Rule: Terrorism: Cultural Identity Loss
Reading Intel: Looking for the Signs.
Anyone who has followed my writing over the last few years knows that I detest Political Correctness. It pervades everything and does directly impact upon Government policies. This week I have posted several articles at Magic City that are connected to the theme.
Sociology in Switzerland - http://geser.net/pc.pdf - Political Correctness: mental disorder, childish fad or advance of human civilization? Hans Geser [January 2008, Release 1.0]
I consider Ideological Political Correctness and Political Multiculturalism so dangerous, that I am constantly keeping track of how these two 'devils at play' create havoc in society. Whilst in that pursuit, I recently came across a site called 1913 Intel : International Conflict, Western World Threats and Geopolitical Intelligence at http://www.1913intel.com/
On the 'About' page the site is self described as follows:
1913 Intel is an intelligence blog. It monitors open source news of strategic and geopolitical significance to individuals who follow international developments.
Some of the general types of information followed:
1. Direct and indirect threats to the United States and its allies such as Israel.
2. Developments in Russia, China, Iran and North Korea.
3. Military and political changes in the world that cause it to be more threatening to free people.
The primary focus of this website is to provide background showing how the world is slowly positioning itself for war. It aims to answer, "We should have seen it coming."
The site has introductions to articles from all over the world and even links to movie Previews and You Tube videos. As an example of the range of articles to be found, here is a selected sample of Headlines from the front page.
A New City in the Saudi Desert
Why Syria Will Keep Provoking Israel
America's century: is the sun setting on an epoch?
Russia may cut off oil flow to the West
China's submarine fleet projects Beijing's power
The were however two particular articles that caught my eye, both relating to the process of overwriting traditional western culture with Islamic Culture.
1. Obsession - Radical Islam's War Against the West Posted by Matt in October 3rd, 2008 is a new film that will challenge the way you look at the world.
How could the West have overlooked the evil [Hitler] staring it in the face, for so long, before standing forcefully against it? Today, we find ourselves confronted by a new enemy, also engaged in a violent struggle to transform our world. As we sleep in the comfort of our homes, a new evil rises against us. A new menace is threatening, with all the means at its disposal, to bow Western Civilization under the yoke of its values. That enemy is Radical Islam.
2. Islamic takeover of U.S. already under way Posted by Matt in October 4th, 2008
And author Brigitte Gabriel should know: She watched it happen in her native Lebanon.
"Lebanon used to be the only majority Christian country in the Middle East," Gabriel told radio talk show host Andrea Shea King
Gabriel said, and people didn't realize that the "minority," the Muslims in the society, "was not tolerant" and "did not believe all people were equal."
I believe that we have to be vigilant. I believe that the world is indeed positioning itself for war, and like the blurb at the Intel 1913 site says, "We should have seen it coming."
Those with the most to gain from our stupidity, constantly tell us that we are paranoid, but as indicated in the October 4th article above, what happened to Lebanon could happen to us. Furthermore, as an old Jewish proverb says: 'Just because you are paranoid, does not mean that they 'are not' out to get you!'
what could one expect from a committee created by the ineptly titled UN Human Rights Council, which is dominated by rogue regimes like Iran, Syria, Somalia, Libya, Cuba and Liberia? Some of the leaders of the member-states would qualify as candidates for prosecution as war criminals. The council's principal common denominator remains an obsessive hatred of Israel, which they condemn more frequently than all the other 191 member-states combined.
In fact, since its inception in 2006, 26 of the 32 resolutions condemning human rights violations passed by the council were directed against Israel. It should also be noted that this UN "human rights" body declined to investigate the monstrous brutalities inflicted on civilian populations in Chechnya, Sri Lanka and Sudan. Indeed it went so far as to bizarrely thank the Sudanese government, the perpetrators of the Darfur massacres, for its "cooperation."
If Zbigniew Brzezinski had his way, the US would go to war against Israel to defend Iran's nuclear installations.
Brzezinski has long distinguished himself as one of the most outspoken Israel-haters in polite circles in Washington. Under normal circumstances, his remarks could be laughed off as the ravings of a garden variety anti-Semite. But these are not normal circumstances. Brzezinski served as a senior foreign policy adviser to Barack Obama during his 2008 presidential campaign, and his views are not terribly out of place among Obama's senior advisers in the White House.
In an interview in 2002, Samantha Powers, who serves as a senior member of Obama's national security council, effectively called for the US to invade Israel in support of the Palestinians.
The fact of the matter is that Brzezinski's view is in line with the general disposition of Obama's foreign policy. Since entering office, Obama has struck a hard-line position against Israel while adopting a soft, even apologetic line toward Iran and its allies.
R.P.BenDedek is from Brisbane Australia and is the author of 'The King's Calendar: The Secret of Qumran' at http://www.kingscalendar.com His academic articles set forth Apologetics for and results of his discovery of an "artificial chronological scheme" running through the Bible, Josephus, the Damascus Documents of the Dead Sea Scrolls, and Seder Olam Rabbah.
He writes photographic 'Stories from China' and social editorial commentaries, both at KingsCalendar, and as a contributing newspaper columnist. He currently teaches Conversational English in China and in addition to his English Lessons at KingsCalendar, he has created specific sites for Students of English.