- What to do with fragments?
- Is mental illness a “social construct?”
- Even OMSI is Afrocentric now
- Update on Michael Strickland
- MSN lying by omission?
- My apologies for not posting
- Confusion in the West Bank
- For Aryeh
- Anti-body-shaming or Sharia?
- Hug a white man t-shirt
- A review of Hive Mind – by Garett Jones
- Muhammad Ali
- Those evil (white) gun-owners
- MSN calls Islam “a cult”
- An overview of the 2016 Amren conference
Category Archives: Muslims
I don’t claim to know the motivations of the Munich mass-murderer Ali Sonboly. People from Muslim countries can be deranged, depressed or at their breaking point just like the rest of us. But this much is clear: The media is … Continue reading
I haven’t been posting much, partly due to the fact that it’s summer here, and there are few places on Earth as good to be as Oregon during the summer. But also because I’ve been busy with social stuff, such … Continue reading
By now, you’ve probably all read about Islam’s new London mayor’s ban on “body-shaming” ads on public transport. Ostensibly, this ban is intended to protect women from being shamed. Khan announced: “As the father of two teenage girls, I am extremely … Continue reading
US News has a nice collection of anti/pro gun rights political cartoons. It’s entertaining, if nothing else. Oh, did I say “nothing else?” Actually, there is somethings else: The anti-gun comics show a clear bias against white men. If you go … Continue reading
It’s always refreshing to witness the corporate media telling the truth, about controversial topics, to the masses. When this happens, it’s usually by accident. MSN just featured a video, by Buzz60, which calls Islam “a cult.” It’s called “Why Humans … Continue reading
Maybe I’m old-fashioned, but it seems to me that the sole legitimate reason for the existence of a government is to protect the people. But these days it seems that the rule, among Western governments, is to hate the very … Continue reading
Dutch politician Geert Wilders is facing charges of “inciting hatred against the Dutch Moroccan minority.” According to The Guardian: “Freedom of expression is not absolute, it is paired with obligations and responsibilities,” said the lead prosecutor, Wouter Bos, “the … Continue reading