Infidel Dog Days

Summer Fundraiser 2016, Day One

Well, the Dog Days of summer are here. And that’s the theme of this quarter’s fundraising week: “Dog Days”.

Since this summer’s Dog Days began (I date them from June 12 — more on that later), we have once again acquired a substantial batch of new readers. So I’ll begin by explaining to those recent arrivals what we’re doing, and all the veterans of previous fundraisers can scroll through this part to get to the meat of the post.

When we got kicked out of Pajamas Media back in April 2008 (wow — more than eight years! Time flies), we lost the advertising revenue we used to get from their “skyscrapers” and banner ads. It wasn’t a whole lot of money, but times were tough, so it hurt. Dymphna and I took a poll of our readers and asked them whether they wanted us to scout around for other advertisers (hoping that we could avoid the sleazy ones), or should we raise money through periodic funding appeals, the way NPR affiliates do?

Tip jarOur readers opted for these fundathons over any further advertising (which was a relief for me; I hated those ads), so we established a routine: Every quarter we pick a week and put up a post each day, beginning on Monday, in which we badger regular readers to drop a tanner or three in the tip cup on our sidebar. Then, on the following Monday — the eighth day — I post a wrap-up that lists all the geographical locations from which the gifts came. Dymphna refers to the entire sequence as the “Fundraiser Octave”.

We’ve been getting by this way, quarter by quarter, for eight years now. It’s the 21st-century version of living hand-to-mouth. In the beginning it was anxiety-inducing, but we’ve gotten used to it now. Somehow we always manage to scrape up just enough to keep going — to pay the website hosting fees and whatnot, with enough left over so Dymphna and I can have our daily crust (along with some fine home-brewed espresso, I might add).

[Full disclosure: We do have some book ads on our sidebar, but those are static images with links that we’ve put up gratis for our friends. The ones that point to Amazon return a small commission for us, so if you click through to buy a book, make sure to order some power tools or a crate of saffron while you’re there.]

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Now back to the Dog Days, and why I date them from June 12.

In my Auxiliary Brain (a Microsoft Access database) I keep an indexed archive of images that I’ve uploaded, so I can hunt up graphics that I need with just a few keystrokes. The other day I went looking for a series of images, so I sorted the table in date order and scrolled through it, beginning at the current day and working backwards. Here’s what I noticed:

Before June 12 there had been a fairly lengthy lull in major jihad attacks. For months there hadn’t been any screen-caps from TV news reports or mug shots of perps. No flowers and candles and teddy bears on the spot where infidels had been slaughtered — probably none since Brussels. No photoshops of prominent European leaders with a backdrop of Arabic script or Korans (making those is my favorite pastime). There had been the Austrian election, and all the Brexit material — relatively calm stuff.

Then came the jihad attack at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando on June 12. After that, right up until last week, it was one jihad attack after another, like automatic weapons fire.

Look at this list of images; you can chart the Dog Days by examining the descriptions of the pictures I uploaded:

12 June   Orlando shooting — screen cap
14 June   Aftermath of the jihad massacre in Orlando, June 12, 2016
18 June   Memorial at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando
01 July   ‘French’ jihadis Larossi Abballa and Saad Rajraji
01 July   ‘French’ jihadi Larossi Abballa
02 July   Ahmed Tschatajew and the Istanbul airport terror attack
04 July   The mujahideen who carried out the jihad attack on the Holey Artisan Bakery in Dhaka
14 July   Terrorist attack in Nice, July 14 2016
15 July   ID card of Mohamed Salmene Lahouaiej Bouhlel
15 July   Soldier patrolling the promenade at Nice after the jihad massacre, Jul 14 2016
16 July   #WeAreAllNiceNow — Virtue signalling to the dead
16 July   Terrorists beware — we’ve got flowers and candles, and we’re not afraid to use them!
17 July   Memorial to the victims of the truck jihad in Nice, July 2016
17 July   The promenade in Nice after the truck jihad attack, July 14 2016
18 July   Police, terror attack on a train near Würzburg, July 18 2016
18 July   Local train after terror attack near Würzburg, July 18 2016
20 July   Riaz Khan Ahmadzai, the axe attacker of Würzburg, with Angela Merkel (photoshop)
20 July   Riaz Khan Ahmadzai, the axe attacker of Würzburg
22 July   Terror attack in Munich, July 22 2016 #2
22 July   Terror attack in Munich, July 22 2016 #1
23 July   Ali David Sonboly
23 July   Hubertus Andrae, Munich police commissioner
24 July   Machete attack in Reutlingen, July 24 2016 #2
24 July   Ali David Sonboly with his class
24 July   Machete attack in Reutlingen, July 24 2016 #1
24 July   Explosion in Ansbach, July 24 2016
26 July   Jihad attack at church in Normandy, July 26 2016
27 July   Dr. Attila Tan, the surgeon who escaped beheading
27 July   German police raid mosque in Hildesheim, Lower Saxony, July 27 2016
29 July   Jolanta K., a Polish woman murdered by Mohammed the ‘refugee’ in Reutlingen
30 July   Afghan who destroyed church interior in Hamburg
31 July   Adel Kermiche, one of the throat-slitters in a Normandy church

There have been so many bloody attacks this summer that I’ll bet you’ve forgotten some of them. I know I had, until I looked at the list.

And all this has happened in less than two months:

  • The jihad massacre in Orlando
  • The killing of the French police officers
  • The Istanbul terror attacks by the mujahideen from the ’stans
  • The jihad massacre in Dhaka
  • The truck jihad in Nice
  • The axe attack on the train near Würzburg
  • The massacre in Munich
  • The machete attack in Reutlingen
  • The suicide bomber in Ansbach
  • The halal slaughter of the priest in a Normandy church
  • The surgeon threatened with beheading in Troisdorf
  • The terror mosque in Hildesheim
  • The destruction of a church interior in Hamburg by an Afghan jihadi.

This is why I put up the “Number of days without an Islamic terrorist attack” graphic at the top left of the sidebar. If you look through all the news stories on any given day, somewhere in the world Muslims have carried out at least one terror attack. There hasn’t been a single exception since I created that graphic.

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This is what the Dog Days of 2016 have meant so far: an acceleration of the pace of the Great Jihad, especially in Europe.

It used to be that Vlad and I would get a break of a week or so between major crises. We’d get a chance to catch our breath, have a couple of nights’ sleep, maybe do something else besides jihad-jihad-jihad for a few hours, and be rested and ready to start again when the mujahideen staged another slaughter.

But not during the Dog Days. Every morning I get up and look at the news headlines with dread. When it’s a particularly deadly attack — like Nice or Munich — I’ll face long hours of skype conversations, live-blogging, editing translations, helping Vlad subtitle videos, processing images, on and on until I’m exhausted. During the middle of July it went on like that every single day.

For the last few days Vlad and I have had a breather — nothing major since the threatened beheading of the surgeon in Germany. But we know it won’t last. The Olympics are starting, for example, and Brazil is awash with mujahideen, both Sunnis and Shi’ites. Covert operatives for the Islamic State are arriving in Europe all the time, disguised as “refugees”. Untold thousands of them are already in Europe, so it’s only a matter of time before a plot goes undetected by the intelligence services. Then BOOM! — the whole ghastly round begins again. There’s a more than 50-50 chance that one will kick off during the middle of this fundraiser.

The dogs of war have been unleashed upon us in these, the Dog Days of 2016.

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Speaking of Vlad Tepes: So much crucial video work is done by Vlad that we cut him in for a 10% share of whatever y’all donate here during fundraising week. His videos are indispensable to the Transatlantic Counterjihad; without him we wouldn’t have nearly as much depth and reach. So keep it in mind when you donate that we tithe to Vlad. If you want to give him extra, please visit his site; he’s got his own donate button.

Dymphna will be along tomorrow morning with her own take on these doggy days.

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7 thoughts on “Infidel Dog Days

  1. I have a thought for a discussion:
    can Islam be divided into religious and political?
    Seems to me the strategy that demands bias against a religion will fail. People tend to feel that religions ought to be left alone. But a bias against an ideology can win.

    On the other hand, if it can be identified as a “cult” that tries to kill all who leave it… hm. That might work.

    • Vera,
      You are correct. That is what Islam is. You leave, you die. You refuse to submit and join, you die. You kill others who will not join and you die, (in battle supposedly). The French prelate had it correct. Muslims worship the god Moloch, a demonic divinity cult of death that has been around since the early days of Egypt. Moloch is mentioned in the Torah as one of the idols that the Jews carried with them on their Exodus and worshipped in secret.

    • You could reason with the Nazis. You could reason with the Commies . . . not well, but at least there were embers of humanity and civilization that flickered hope. Islam, on the other hand, holds no hope. It is completely beyond redemption. The only solution lies its utter abolition.

      Heinrich Heine said “Wherever they burn books they will also, in the end, burn human beings.” However, there are exceptions to everything. Burning the Quran and its supporting texts does not have to result in the “burning” of people; instead, it will likely result in thousands of lives being saved and lifted from abject misery and pain.

      The mark of a superior, worthy religion or set of belief is that it should unequivocally ALLOW APOSTASY. If, after that, it still has adherents then, clearly, it has value for humanity.

      We have hundreds of [potentially former] Muslims to liberate . . . and have them join humanity. Their chain of Islam must be broken and thrown into the pit of oblivion.

      In the meanwhile, civilization is hanging on by the barest of threads. We cannot save others when we cannot save ourselves; especially when we are still under the spell of traitors who wish to drag us down with their own death wishes.

      • Just as well Heine didn’t live to see his books burned by the Nazis (he was Jewish).

        • I know. On the other hand, Heine did not advocate murder and oppression. Burning books is restricting free speech. There is one very notable exception: One that will result in book burning and people burning . . . and that is the final, self-referencing instruction manual for its barbaric followers. You know which one that is.

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