Vlad Tepes has some thoughts about how the Muslim Brotherhood and its allies have pulled our coats up over our collective heads and kneed us in our collective groin, all the while convincing us that the pain is our own fault:
But how do you know you lost one?
In many private musings with people, both personal friends and counter-jihad comrades, I have quipped that I, at least in part, blame WW2 movies for the state of things today.
Islam has waged a war on us in a manner we simply cannot recognize as actually being war. The strategy and tactics blindside us all because unless it is in black and white, has uniformed men shooting at each other we can’t accept it as hostile action intended to dominate and/or destroy us and our systems of governance.
I think it was Sun Tzu in art of war that said something to the effect that ‘when waging war on an enemy it’s best that they do not know they are at war’. or words very much to that effect. Well that is certainly what they did and if you read through the Muslim Brotherhood materials intended for their own use or more easily accessed, Stephen Coughlin’s Time lines brief, you can see that this was intended and even blueprinted much earlier in Qutb’s ‘Milestones’ book which the MB drew from extensively.
Anyone who reads this site at regular intervals at this point should be aware that there is an overarching strategy at work by the Islamic world, directed mostly by Ikhwan, funded by all of us and largely by Saudi Arabia (even if not by choice) and supported much more than most intellectuals are comfortable with, by Iran. The idea, is to take over by stealth and using political correctness with the occasional use of force as needed and then the right public denials and use of media to attenuate the blowback and re-channel it to their own purposes. But let’s say none of you agree with this crude summation or perhaps just details of it. The question remains:
How do we know we have lost a war?
I would argue it is when people who are advocating the complete destruction of all of our institutions, The changing of our heroes into villains and their villains into heroes. The loss of personhood status in law for all non-muslims in our own countries, the ridicule and misrepresentation of our histories from the streets and even now in our own schools, and flagrant demonstrations of breach of law, or the selective enforcement of it to favour muslims in nearly any circumstances even to the extent that government and media would collude to hide the islamic nature of massive, never-before-seen scale child rape gangs of non-muslim girls, and they can do this with near total immunity from fear either from the general public, or from authorities.
Read the rest at Vlad’s place, and see a video clip of Anjem Choudary, the ever-entertaining Ilford firebrand, doing what he does best.