When the Truth Counts Against You

Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff recently spoke in Montreal, and while she was there she was interviewed by Vlad. In the video below she discusses her conviction in an Austrian court for “denigrating a recognized religion” and her subsequent series of appeals. The entire process took almost ten years and concluded at the European Court of Human Rights, which ruled against her.

She also talks about the fact that freedom of speech has disappeared in Western Europe. She points out that the USA is headed in the same direction, given that the Demonic Convergence — the alliance of the Socialist Left and Islam — is agitating against the First Amendment in its current form.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for conducting the interview and uploading the video:

For previous posts on the “hate speech” prosecution of Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff, see Elisabeth’s Voice: The Archives.

When Justice Isn’t

Tabitha Korol’s latest essay confronts the current craze for Social Justice Warfare.

When Justice Isn’t

by Tabitha Korol

A letter written by a local elementary school teacher — I’ll call her “Mrs. Krieg” — was brought to my attention by a mutual acquaintance. In light of the notice that honor classes will be discontinued, she thoughtfully agreed that equity (defined as fairness and impartiality) in the schools should benefit all students. Regrettably, she has been influenced by terminology that has been devalued and redefined to become a tool for social engineering among students. Such revisionism has been applied to Equity, Diversity and Social Justice, and comes at the expense of freedom and true justice.

Honors classes were designed to challenge students academically. The advanced work, faster pace, and higher course-credit weight have provided for smarter, happier, well-rounded children who had the opportunity to flourish according to their capabilities and not misbehave out of boredom. But now, the authorities have determined it best to cancel the honor courses across the country because of a “lack of diversity” — that is, more Caucasian and Asian students were engaged than Blacks, Latinos and Native Americans. Instead of also providing honors classes that meet the interests of the low-energy students — perhaps music, theater, artisanal handicrafts — the Department of Education has decided to close the achievement gap by lowering the bar and expectations and discontinuing all incentives. Mrs. Krieg did not foresee that by eliminating the incentives and opportunities, the resulting “equity” would be mediocrity and the loss of exceptional achievement.

Now the Department of Education will generate equity in boredom, discontent, resentment, truancy and delinquency. Academia is not unaware of these inevitabilities. Their purpose is not an improved education but the decline of achievement and the elimination of the exceptional. Former President Obama expressed a similar derogatory outlook when he denounced high-achieving Americans by saying, “You didn’t build that.”

Diversity in the schools no longer describes a richness of ideas, course studies, or specialty careers, but defines and categorizes the students themselves, by race, religion, ethnicity, financial status, sexual orientation, and however else the students choose to differentiate themselves. As with the term “equity,” the meaning of “diversity” has been corrupted, as it now implies division, divisiveness, and discord, the opposite of E Pluribus Unum — Out of many, One. These differences have led to a totalitarian-style monitoring and bullying — called Speech Control, necessitating “Diversity Officers” with doctoral degrees, credentials in counseling and inclusion techniques, and six-figure salaries reflected in higher tuition costs. The officers’ mere presence confirms the growing disharmony, isolation, discrimination, harassment, and violence that characterize the socialist strategy. These points are significant:

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Paul Sutliff on the Process of Civilization Jihad

The following video is the latest in a series from the riverside retreat held in Quebec back in September. In this installment José Atento of the Brazilian blog Lei Islâmica em Ação interviews Paul Sutliff, the author of the book Civilization Jihad and the Myth of Moderate Islam. In his talk Mr. Sutliff describes the infiltration of American institutions by the Muslim Brotherhood, and warns Brazilians that the same process will be applied to Brazil, if it isn’t underway already.

The Portuguese translation of the English-language portion of the clip is included in the transcript below. José has also translated his Portuguese introduction into English.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for the recording and subtitling:

Video transcript:

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“And Take Their Wives as War Booty”

Michael Copeland’s latest essay concerns slavery, especially sex slavery, under Islam, and the violence mandated to enforce it.

“And Take Their Wives as War Booty”

by Michael Copeland

“Bomb Denmark, so we can invade their country, and take their wives as war booty,” shouted a demonstrator hoarsely in London. He was recorded on a mobile, and the clip can be seen on the internet. Perhaps, just a little, he was performing for the camera: it has been known. How does that shout come across to us? Bombast? A revealing fantasy? A theatrical insult? Some sort of Old Testament curse? Most English hearers would react in such a way, not prepared to give it any more serious value, and just regard the shouter as out of touch with modern life.

Here is the surprise: he meant it. Though angry and excited, and staging a performance, he was deadly serious. The occasion was one of those organized rent-a-mob Islamic protests where the demonstrators obey instructions from the mosque to go out and cause a loud and aggressive disturbance, a “Day of Rage”. Once instructed, it becomes the “right” thing to do. As a result they would be beaten up if they did not do it. “Commanding the Right and Forbidding the Wrong,” in the Manual of Islamic Law, specifies that to enforce the “right” the Muslim is entitled to employ “threatening and intimidation” (q5.7). The next step is “directly hit or kick the person” (q5.8), after which comes “the armed assistance of others” (q5.9). All that violence is absolutely fine under Sharia, Islamic law, though it violates criminal law, as does so much else in Sharia. That “swift Islamic manner”, as Anjem Choudary describes it, is how Islamic law is enforced. Force is Islam’s prevailing theme:

“Does Islam, or does it not, force people by the power of the sword, to submit? Yes!”

wrote Osama bin Laden. The ancient scholar Ibn Khaldun decreed centuries ago:

“… holy war is a religious duty, … [to] convert everybody to Islam either by persuasion or by force.”

That is, of course, hardly a choice: it is compulsion. The Woolwich killer explained:

“We are forced by the Koran….”

Islam is submission to force, hence the sword emblem on the flag of Saudi Arabia and the badge of the Muslim Brotherhood. The Saracen of history is well known for his scimitar, which was no mere emblem: it was put to much use. Currently news item after news item from Syria’s civil war, many with images too gory to show on main channel bulletins, reveal Islam’s obsession with force. There is a need in the West to tune in, or try to tune in, to Islam’s unchanged seventh-century tribal mindset of force.

The idea of “wives as war booty” is foreign to Europeans, not something that is part of Western culture, but more like something from the Old Testament, from the harsh cultures of the Near East. It was not the Old Testament, however, that the shouter was quoting: he is a Muslim, after all, and Islam does not permit Bibles anywhere in their teaching. In certain Muslim states, such as Kyrgyzstan and Saudi Arabia, merely to possess one is a criminal offence: no “diversity” there. It is the Koran that is the source: it has a whole chapter entitled “Spoils of War”. Wives as war booty, part of desert tribal life, have remained a continuing feature of Islam from its seventh-century origins to this day:

“Slavery is a part of Islam. Slavery is part of jihad, and jihad will remain as long there is Islam”,

says Sheikh Saleh Al-Fawzan, eminent Saudi scholar of Islam. The Manual of Islamic Law (o9.13) makes it clear:

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The End Times Are Upon Us And New Times Are Approaching

Here’s the latest from our English correspondent Seneca III.

The End Times Are Upon Us And New Times Are Approaching

by Seneca III

Throughout the West and much of the rest of the world, politics and international relations as we have known them are finished. We are tired peoples; both morally and ethically tired, exhausted and angered by the hurricane of political, religious, economic and hegemonistic machinations that have been grinding us down into chaos and thus brought this disastrous situation upon us.

All of the things, all of the working relationships between people and their organs of governance, all of the endeavours and the successes that together we have achieved over the last seventy-four years in order to give us relatively stable cultures and countries, have been stripped from us, the rational and wholesome majority. They have been blown away into the gutter of history like broken toys, thence to be washed away by a river of deviant effluent. This, however, is about to change. We know now how, why and who has brought this holocaust upon our heads, and there will be no forgiveness.

Those perpetrators will face a Tai Fēng (Typhoon— a Big Wind, often known as a ‘Supreme Wind’) of our making. Such a wind is now hard by our door, driven not by judges and politicians, not by priests and prophets, not by alien predators and parasites, not by academicians and debauched sexual predators, not by virulent non-reproducing feminists, not by bankers and avaricious international businessmen, but by we the people, the common man and such real women as are left.

We will be that wind, and we will prevail. And our river that comes with the wind will be a cleansing one. Thereafter, rising like a Phoenix, will come freedom and sovereignty together, new and ethical ways of managing and maintaining human affairs.

Until the next time, of course.

For links to previous essays by Seneca III, see the Seneca III Archives.

Brad Johnson on Security Issues and Organized Crime in Latin America

The following video is the latest in a series from the retreat held in Quebec earlier this month. In this installment José Atento of the Brazilian blog Lei Islâmica em Ação interviews Brad Johnson, a former CIA station chief who now heads Americans for Intelligence Reform. The two men discuss the convergence of drug trafficking, weapons trafficking, human trafficking, and terrorism in Latin America. Mr. Johnson says the same organized crime outfits are involved in all of these nefarious activities.

The Portuguese translation of the English-language portion of the clip is included in the transcript below. José has also translated his Portuguese introduction into English.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for the recording and subtitling:

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Communism Achieves Dominance in Canada

In the following video from the retreat in Quebec earlier this month, José Atento of the Brazilian blog Lei Islâmica em Ação interviews Alexandra Belaire, who translates Czech for us and blogs at Xanthippa’s Chamberpot. The Portuguese translation of the English-language portion of the clip is included in the transcript below; José also translated his Portuguese introduction into English.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for the recording and subtitling:

Video transcript:

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Rasmus Paludan in Canada, Part Two

This is the second installment of Vlad’s interview with Rasmus Paludan, the founder and leader of the Stram Kurs (“Hard Line”) party in Denmark, in Quebec earlier this month. (Part 1 is here.)

As the interview continues, you’ll hear him recount the series of events that led to his having armed police bodyguards accompany him whenever he ventures out of his apartment.

Rasmus Paludan in Canada, Part One

The following video is the first in a series taken from an interview that Vlad Tepes conducted with Rasmus Paludan in Canada earlier this month.

Regular readers will remember Mr. Paludan as the anti-immigration activist who was catapulted to fame in Denmark for treating the Koran in a fashion that “Danish” Muslims considered blasphemous. During the course of the interview you’ll hear him describe the sequence of events that resulted in his coming within a hair’s breadth of winning a seat in the Danish Parliament.

You’ll also see me in these videos, but I’m just kibitzing.

Valerie Price and Rasmus Paludan Discuss the Political Situation in Canada

Valerie Price is the founder and national director of ACT! For Canada.

Rasmus Paludan is a Danish activist who was relatively unknown until his sacrilegious treatment of a Koran got him into a spot of bother in Nørrebro back in April. The incident propelled him into political prominence, so that his party (Stram Kurs, “Hard Line”) gained 1.8% of the vote in June’s parliamentary elections.

In the following video recorded at last weekend’s retreat in Quebec, Ms. Price and Mr. Paludan discuss the current political situation in Canada, with a particular focus on next month’s elections. Despite his being the center of a series of scandals, Justin “Baby Doc” Trudeau is expected to win re-election. However, Maxime Bernier and his party, the People’s Party of Canada, are showing surprising strength in the latest polls.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for recording and uploading this video:

Enforcing the Climate Narrative at Carleton University

In the following interview from last weekend’s retreat in Canada, a young woman named Christine describes her experiences at Carleton University in Ottawa. She took a course related to environmental science, and discovered that no dissent on the “climate change” narrative would be permitted — not unless she wanted to fail the course.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for conducting the interview and uploading the video:

An Autumnal Interlude

I returned late last night from a three-day weekend at an undisclosed (and rustic) location in Quebec. It was more of a retreat than a conference, and there was no agenda as such. A group of like-minded “red-pilled” people simply got together at a picturesque rural venue to eat, drink, and talk.

This enjoyable occasion enabled me to make contact with people I hadn’t seen face-to-face in a long time, and I also met some folks that I’d only known previously through their videos or in email and skype exchanges. I’m a severe introvert, so meeting new people is hard, but it seemed easier when their faces were so familiar from watching Vlad’s videos.

Some of the material that was discussed over the weekend will be made public in due course, and I’ll post it when it becomes available.

It was the last gasp of summer weather in those latitudes. I hail from a southern clime, so when the sun wasn’t shining it felt quite cold by my standards. I stayed inside a lot of the time, but some of the hardier folk from Canada and Europe actually went swimming. They said the water was warmer than the air.

The temperature was 82°F (28°C) when I stepped off the plane last night in Virginia, and it felt WONDERFUL.

I came in too late to post a news feed, but I’m in the process of extracting a lot of items from the email backlog to make an extra-large news feed for tonight.

Cops in Montreal Receive a Culture-Enriching Beating

Two policemen were beaten up by a group of attackers, at least some of whom were immigrants. The incident occurred right next to a police station in Montreal. The news story below says the motive for the attack is still unknown, but the two cops definitely had a culture-enriching experience. The article also neglects to mention that the “group of people” consisted of foreigners, but that information is available from other news sources.

Many thanks to Ava Lon for translating this article from TVA Nouvelles:

Two plainclothes police officers attacked in Montreal

by Amélie St-Yves, Journal de Montréal
August 25, 2019

[Photo caption (not shown): The two police officers who were beaten had just finished their shift at the police station in quarter 21 in Montreal. Witnesses recorded the scene and shared it on the internet.]

Two police officers were beaten by a group of people during the night between Friday and Saturday, near Émilie-Gamelin Square, Le Journal has learned.

They were in plainclothes and had just finished their shift at the police station in quarter 21, just next door, according to our information.

In the video that Le Journal was able to watch, you can see one of the police officers exchange blows with three people before being brutally thrown to the ground, at Sainte-Catherine Est Street, while his colleague was approaching the group.

The two agents were then kicked and beaten by at least six individuals.

Insults

One of them was kicked four times while lying on the ground on his side.

Insults were shouted [at them] during the attack.

“Plainclothes police. You have been cracked.[…] You f***ing bitch! You’re not tough now,” yells the man who is recording the attack.

You can then hear him yell, “Put him to sleep!” after one of the men threw a right hook to the chest of the police officer, who [then] fell to the ground.

The video ends with one of the officers standing over his colleague, who is still on the ground, at the entrance to an apartment building.

“F*** da police” appears in the video, accompanied by big smiles.

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The Ummah Lays Claim to Ottawa

A reader in Ottawa sends this report on the Islamization of his local park. The upraised index finger mentioned in his account is often referred to as the “ISIS salute”, but that is a misnomer: it is widely used by devout Sunni Muslims (and not just followers of the Islamic State) to represent tawhid, or the oneness of Allah. Christians are idolaters against tawhid due to their doctrine of the Trinity. Hindus, of course, are even worse, with their full pantheon of gods that are not Allah.

The Minto incident:

Two days ago, around 3:30 in the afternoon, so on 26 August 2019, in Minto Park, which is in center town Ottawa, where I was sitting minding my own business, there were two black guys on the bench opposite me.

As I was getting up to leave, one of them flashed the upraised index finger at me, the sign of Muslim supremacy. No mistake. It was very clear, and he was looking right at me and holding his arm straight out. The disquieting Muslim presence in the city is becoming increasingly obvious.

The sound on the ground, a while back, was that “ they” were planning to take over the nearby Business Inn, an apartment hotel for business travelers, also on Elgin, a big place, formerly an apartment building, which is next to the park, for Syrian “refugees”. This has not happened. Should it take place, I fear it would be the end of our lovely quiet, clean and safe Golden Triangle…