The “Blame America First” Crowd Lacks Historical Perspective on The Muslim Menace

I got a comment in a post from a couple of weeks back.

Hey Jackie, my point being that this wouldnt be a problem if it wasnt for the US gov involvement. But for you two to ignore the US Gov involvement is unbelievable to me.

You and Richard…are you both saying that our involvement has nothing to do with how big of a problem isis is today? If yes, then i say youre both fools. But hey, who im i to question you two…..after all you’re both on the ground witnessing it, and interviewing the people of the land first hand? Oh wait, you probably read internet articles like i do.

There was a time when Muslims weren’t fooling anyone.

Just for instance, see what John Quincy Adams and Winston Churchill had to say on the matter. So, no, U.S. meddling didn’t turn 20%+ of Muslims into 7th Century, goat-fucking, virgins-until-rapists males, all under a pig-vomit ideology.

They’ve been that way for 1,400 years and counting. The true and pure Muslims. And they admit as much, and multiculturalists refuse to believe they mean what they say and vow, which is just about as fucking stupid as you can get—particularly since it’s not like they’re vowing to only give you a manicure.

How dreadful are the curses which Mohammedanism lays on its votaries! Besides the fanatical frenzy, which is as dangerous in a man as hydrophobia in a dog, there is this fearful fatalistic apathy. The effects are apparent in many countries. Improvident habits, slovenly systems of agriculture, sluggish methods of commerce, and insecurity of property exist wherever the followers of the Prophet rule or live. A degraded sensualism deprives this life of its grace and refinement; the next of its dignity and sanctity.

The fact that in Mohammedan law every woman must belong to some man as his absolute property—either as a child, a wife, or a concubine—must delay the final extinction of slavery until the faith of Islam has ceased to be a great power among men. Individual Moslems may show splendid qualities. Thousands become the brave and loyal soldiers of the Queen: all know how to die. But the influence of the religion paralyzes the social development of those who follow it. No stronger retrograde force exists in the world. Far from being moribund, Mohammedanism is a militant and proselytizing faith. It has already spread throughout Central Africa, raising fearless warriors at every step; and were it not that Christianity is sheltered in the strong arms of science—the science against which it had vainly struggled—the civilization of modern Europe might fall, as fell the civilization of ancient Rome.”

— Sir Winston Churchill, The River War, 1899 (before he was Sir Winston, obviously…it’s free in the Kindle Store so fucking go get it)

John Quincy Adams:

’The natural hatred of the Mussulmen towards the infidels is in just accordance with the precepts of the Koran. […]

‘The fundamental doctrine of the Christian religion is the extirpation of hatred from the human heart. It forbids the exercise of it, even towards enemies.’ — John Quincy Adams

“In the 7th century of the Christian era, a wandering Arab … spread desolation and delusion over an extensive portion of the earth. … He declared undistinguishing and exterminating war as a part of his religion. … The essence of his doctrine was violence and lust, to exalt the brutal over the spiritual part of human nature.”

— The annotated “John Quincy Adams: A Bibliography,” compiled by Lynn H. Parsons (Westport, CT, 1993)

In the context of history, nation states have always jostled and messed with each other, often resulting in wars. This is neither surprising, nor new.

U.S. meddling with Japan’s oil supplies isn’t what turned them into an imperial empire bent on conquest and enslavement (as they enslaved millions of Koreans and Chinese, raped the women segment at their leisure). That’s what they were, once they gained industrial prowess, combined with a primitive war-code culture, and fucking with them was a natural consequence because the West is who civilized H. sapiens…not the Africans, not the Asians, not the Latins…not anyone else, and at some level, the whole of Multiculturalism is in part resentment, in part regret, and in part sour grapes. Go Fuck Yourselves. White Men did this. Not all—and plenty were brutal assholes—but enough thinking, honest-to-a-fault-dorks that it fucking mattered.

I could go on. For instance, the “Crusades” are NOTHING like they have been touted since 9/11.

Sometimes it pays to do your own research and thinking. And sometimes, you find that everyone had the right idea hundreds of years ago and the knowledge was “lost,” because the experience was out of sight, or superseded by other matters; matters always peddled by lazy wankers, fucktards, and especially: general sycophants—for whom a Facebook “like” from some unknown stranger inexplicably matters deeply to them. Pathetic.

Today, we are dealing with a reality: a 7th Century primitive state—unchanged “philosophically” in 1,400 years—that has conquered lands, collects taxes, erected a “social system,” pays their fighters (well, too), indoctrinates children and recruits miscreants all over the world.

Everyone is free to sit around, wring hands and “blame America first,” but it ‘aint gonna be me.

Here’s what passes for science in Saudi Arabia. Looks like the laughable video has been taken down.

Listen, it’s very simple: you are dealing with people who have 7th Century values and the problem with that, is that civilization takes certain things for granted. Whereas they are uncivilized. They’re not keeping to themselves in the south American rain forrest, or other places where indigenous tribes can be left alone by the modern and civilized. Muslims aren’t content to keep to themselves with their 7th Century, goat fucking, virgin-until-rapist males, and pig-vomit Mohammed. They’ll tell you as much. 200 million of them want to conquer and enslave you and most of the other  billion secretly long for it. Why? Because they rightly feel inferior. Because they are inferior, on any level you care to analyze. They aren’t even competent to be last to the party.

Pig vomit.

You know, this is not anything like a WWII where a madman wanted to exterminate people because of their essential capabilities. Jews have always been able to mingle with any society and create values. That they’re so good at it creates resentment. Ayn Rand called it: “hatred of the good, for being the good.”

Who’s willing to stand up and tell me just how good the Muslim Menace is? They are a horde of tics on our collective flesh, everyone knows it, everyone is afraid to say it. They offer zero. They are a general pestilence.

They, as a collective, are a net drain on even their own societies, and it extends to planet earth at large.

You know this. You’re afraid to acknowledge and confront it.

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  1. Jackie D on January 5, 2016 at 14:21

    That comment was lulzy. I highly recommend ISIS: Inside the Army of Terror – it’s a cracking good read on the rise of ISIS and anyone who thinks it’s as simple as “US government bad!” would probably not be able to read it without his head exploding.

  2. Wilbur on January 5, 2016 at 14:52

    As Richard says, this stuff has been going on for centuries.

    Another great book is “Three Empires on the Nile: The Victorian Jihad, 1869-1899” by Dominic Green. You’d never dream that took place over 100 years ago and didn’t involve the US at all. It sounds like today. The book is fantastically written.

    The book describes Winston Churchill’s first (IIRC) participation in battle. It was somewhat comical.

    • Jackie D on January 5, 2016 at 14:54

      Are you suggesting the Middle East had problems before America even existed??? Impossible!!!!1111


      • Wilbur on January 5, 2016 at 15:13

        I suggest exactly that! Not to be confused with the movie, how about the book

        “Lawrence in Arabia: War, Deceipt, Imperial Folly, and the Making of the Modern Middle East” by Scott Anderson. Surely this describes the US involvement, right? Nah, this was during the US’s isolationist period. The book spends a lot of time on the Sykes-Picot agreement.–Picot_Agreement

        Things were pretty screwed up then too. Another good book.

      • Wilbur on January 5, 2016 at 15:17

        From the Wikipedia article

        “The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) claims one of the goals of its insurgency is to reverse the effects of the Sykes–Picot Agreement.[43][44][45] “This is not the first border we will break, we will break other borders,” a jihadist from the ISIL warned in the video called End of Sykes-Picot.[46] ISIL’s leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, in a July 2014 speech at the Great Mosque of al-Nuri in Mosul, vowed that “this blessed advance will not stop until we hit the last nail in the coffin of the Sykes–Picot conspiracy”.[47][48]”

      • Richard Nikoley on January 5, 2016 at 19:38


        Earth didn’t even exist, before about nineteen and seventy six.

      • Richard Nikoley on January 5, 2016 at 19:41


        Stop pointing out that the ISIS fighters have a far better take on history that 101% American’s on the street.

      • Wilbur on January 6, 2016 at 15:34

        Richard –

        I used to be part of the 101%. I never cared for history. I can’t say why.

        Then one day I discovered audiobooks. I’m an avid walker. I also listen during mundane tasks. History is much more interesting than fiction. My need to learn about history has become insatiable.

        It bothers me that I was – and others like I was still are – so naïve and shallow. Today is not unique – it is like many days in history. Different names, different locations, and different technology, but the same story.

        I’d also argue that the US involvement in the region is much more nuanced than the 101% (of which I was a solid member) might realize. The book “The Looming Tower” (Pulitzer prize) juxtaposed with the book, not the movie, “Charlie Wilson’s War” shook my world.

  3. Sean II on January 6, 2016 at 06:05

    I live in a town with a large amount of Pakistanis. I happened across a local radio station during Ramadan and heard in the softest, most dulcet tones, a description of the prophet that beggars believe on an ability to say Boo! to a goose.
    Many people will spend their life knowing this only and being molly cuddled by their lack of knowledge of Arabic and their belief in all they hear at the Friday prayer. Still possibly a fifth column because in any confrontation they are more likely to side with their holy grouping.
    Their book seems to be split into two parts, one about how to preserve your group in a host environment and then how to treat that host once you’ve gained supremacy. You can find passages saying to pay taxes, show respect and abide by local laws and you can also find passages saying to charge others taxes and also to hunt them to submission. This makes verbal argument almost impossible because you’d easily be shown doctrine supporting the behaviour you desire.
    The modern world is in a pickle. How do you practice secularism and build an open society when you have an increasing number of people who think there is no value in that?
    Converts are won on simple stuff as washing yourself after a bowel movement. Doing that allegedly makes you a better human being. The list of “This religion is better because…” is long but to me it shows “If you do not stand for something, you’d fall for anything.”
    Right now with our hand wringing and zeal to continue “the extirpation of hatred from the human heart”, we are standing for nothing.

  4. John on January 6, 2016 at 07:49

    The romanticizing of the primitive is common and appeals to those who don’t understand the greatness of their lives. By greatness, I mean an existence that is relatively conflict free.

    This allure of the primitive is probably a large basis for the formation of the paleo ideology.

    I was reading the Primal Blueprint about 6 years ago. Sisson describes the Grok:Korg dichotomy. Grok, playing in streams with his beautiful wife and children, carefree, taking strolls in the sun and dealing with the occasional yet acute stress. Korg, dealing with his mundane office lifestyle and sedentary existence – long hours and short sleep and bad health.

    I was reading that in the comfort of my air conditioned, bug free apartment with electrical lighting, stressing about the horrors of law school course work, feeling the allure of a simple existence. Death and torture from disease, predators, neighbors, etc etc etc is never part of the narrative.

    It is as you’ve said – those of high intelligence who know the culture first hand say “blow the shit up.”

  5. Jim on January 6, 2016 at 12:50

    This was beautifully written. I’ve found myself in a similar boat to you – never having been particularly patriotic, but at the same time feeling like the way all of this is being handled is wrong.

    I’ll be sharing this post!

  6. LaFrite on January 7, 2016 at 01:52

    I found a very interesting reflection from a reader of a French speaking blog ( regarding muslim populations. It is in French and I don’t have the time to translate. Maybe you can understand it Richard, and give a small summary ? Here it is. It is a comment in reaction to this article:

    “Un fait est à mon sens à prendre en considération : l’état des populations qui forment le corpus de ces “nations”.
    C’est un “grand corps malade” affecté d’une maladie très lointainement contractée, bien avant que les “Etats” de chaque partie de ce grand corps ne marquent leur existence sur la Mappemonde du XIX et XX ème siècles et n’aident à la décomposition de ce corps.
    Nous sommes, sans erreur de ma part, aux derniers soubresauts de la maladie, soubresauts dont la violence ne saurait cacher l’état de phase terminale.
    Je ferai remarquer que lorsque les “printemps arabes” ont surgi, ils n’ont été suivis que de plus de “religion”, de plus “d’interdits”; sont-ce tels ou tels leaders qui ont su mieux s’imposer que d’autres? Non, le corps de chacune de ces sociétés a appelé de ses voeux sa propre aliénation.
    Comme une potion magique qui arrêterait le temps, calmerait le tourment du corps et la sécheresse de l’esprit.
    Aucn de ces pays affecté par telle ou telle révolution n’a pu y extraire une action positive qui aurait brisé le cercle de son aliénation.
    Ni les dirigeants saoudiens, ni les Iraniens ne sont maîtres de leurs peuples, ils n’en sont que les dociles serviteurs.
    Qu’un dirigeant vienne tenir un discours remettant en question une infime parcelle de la somme des interdits qui regit ce corps et il signe son arrêt de mort physique ou politique. Doit-il employer une réthorique empilant les interdits et le voilà ovationné par une foule en délire.
    Prenez un individu seul, éloigné du grand corps et le voilà perdu, en état de manque, effrayé à l’idée de perdre le principe de la règle qui l’enferme et le contraint.
    Qu’importe grâce à qui, ou et comment Daesh s’est implanté. Tous savent qu’il est une émanation de “l’étranger”, mais qu’importe, il est structurellement, mentalement et psychologiquement dans le grand corps: Daesh n’a aucune peine à recruter : de chaque coin de la planète les mêmes hommes ou femmes, convertis ou non, affluent pour se réfugier dans le monde de l’interdit, de la peur d’exister et de rire.
    Si Daesh commet des crimes, il sera “moralement condamné” par les grandes voix autorisées. Il y aura par ci par là des “not in my name”; mais un jeune peoète est crucifié et c’est le silence radio. L’apostasie n’est que pour ceux qui cherchent refuge dans la vie et l’esprit. Aucune autorité ou tribunal religieux de quelques républiques islamiques (sunnite ou chiite) n’a pris un décret d’apostasie des membres de Daesh et de ses dirigeants. Ils luttent “contre le terrorisme” avec une application digne d’un cancre au fond de la classe.
    Plus dur que n’importe quel “cheikh” “imam” ou “autorité”, le Calife fait des émules, Erdogan ou Salman savent que face au grand corps malade, ils n’ont d’autre choix que dans la surenchère.
    Qui tente de manipuler ce corps le fait à ses dépends, contrarié dans ses plans, ses stratégies et ses solutions. Qu’il s’agisse des Etats Unis, de l’Europe ou de tout autre pays qui s’ingénierait à manipuler ou jouer avec ce monde, le joueur perd à tous les coups,
    même quand le manipulateur semble disposer de tous les pions. Le principe mortifère qui guide ce grand corps interdit à tout humain, tout système, toute institution guidée par le désir de vivre, toute victoire pérenne.
    La société arabo-islamique n’attend ni la démocratie ni quelque solution à ses tourments, mais seulement la “fin des temps”, celle qui mettra un terme à l’attente et à l’intolérable prison dans laquelle elle est incarcérée depuis plus de quinze siècles. Mais cette fin “libératrice”, du point de vue de ce grand corps, ne doit pas être humaine, mais du chaos divin, d’un chatiment ultime.

    • LaFrite on January 8, 2016 at 02:41

      Here is a quick rough translation:

      To my mind, one has to consider the state of the [muslim] populations that form the body of these nations [larger middle-east, muslim nations]
      This big body is a sick one, afflicted by a disease contracted long ago, well before the “States” that currently partition this big body came into existence on the modern world map (X19th and 20th centuries) and helped contributing to its decomposition.
      If I am not mistaken, we are currently observing the last spams, the violence of which should not hide the terminal phase of the disease.
      I would note that when these “Arab springs” occurred, they had only been followed by MORE “religion”, more “prohibition”; were these events really about this or that leader that managed better than others ? No, it was the very body of each of these societies that wished and called for its own alienation. Like a magical lotion that would stop time, would calm the torment of the body and the dryness of its mind.
      None of the countries afflicted by this or that “revolution” managed to extract from it a positive action that could have broken the vicious circle of its own alienation.
      Neither the Saoudi nor the Iranian leaders are the masters of their respective people, on the contrary they are their docile servants.
      Should one leader hold a speech putting into question even a little fraction of the sum of all taboos / “forbiddens” that rule this body, he/she would immediately sign its own death warrant, be it physical or political. Should he/she instead use a rhetoric piling up more taboos and forbiddens, he/she would be immediately praised by a cheerful crowd.
      Now, move an individual away from this big body, and there he is, lost and craving, scared at the idea to lose the principle that locks him up and constrains him.
      It does not matter how and why Daesh came to be and develop, anybody knows that it is partly a creation from “foreign” powers. But make no mistake, Daesh belongs structurally, mentally and psychologically to the big body. It has no trouble recruiting from each corner of the planet, the same men and women, converted or not, pour in to take shelter in this world of forbiddens, of fear to live fully and laugh.
      To be sure, if Daesh commits crimes, it will be “morally condemned” by the authorized “big mouths”. We will see a few “not in my name” now and then. But at the same time, a poet is crucified, and you hear crickets. Apostasy is only for those who seek shelter in real life and spirit. No official muslim authority or religious court of some Islamic republic (sunni or shiite) ever made a decree of apostasy against Daesh members and leaders. They claim to “fight against terrorism” with the zeal of the worst dunce.
      On the other hand, tougher than any cheikh, imam or authority, the [IS] Caliph inspires such as Erdogan [of Turkey] who perfectly know that before this big body, they have no other choice than upmanship.
      He who tries to manipulate this body does it at his own expense, thwarted in his plans, strategies and solutions. Be it the USA, Europe or any other country that would contrive to manipulate or toy around with this [muslim] world, it would lose every time, no matter what, even when this entity seems to hold all the cards in its hands. Indeed, the deadly principle that guides this body forbids any human, system, institution inspired by the desire to live fully, any lasting victory.

      The arabo-islamic society at large isn’t waiting for either democracy or a solution to its torments, no, it is only waiting for the “end of times”, that which will put an end to the waiting and to the unbearable jail in which it has been locked itself up for more than fifteen centuries. But this freeing end, from the point-of-view of this body, can’t be human, it must be born out of the divine chaos, the ultimate punishment, the Last Judgment.

    • Richard Nikoley on January 8, 2016 at 07:54

      Traveling today, will get to this over the weekend.

  7. marie on January 8, 2016 at 13:34

    La Frite, he may well be right, though if so, the disease will continue to eat the rotten body until it collapses. The thing is, when dealing with refugees, are they part of that body? I see the clash of cultures, within Muslim countries and against the west, but I also see moderate and nominal Muslims dying trying to fight or escape it.

    • marie on January 8, 2016 at 13:37

      Oh and thanks for pointing me to your comment here. There’s a lot of food for thought there and you’ve done an amazing job translating (!), I find translation is hard.

      • John on January 9, 2016 at 11:20

        Parents owe a duty to their children.

    • Richard Nikoley on January 8, 2016 at 21:05

      “but I also see moderate and nominal Muslims dying trying to fight or escape it.”

      And that’s awful. But it’s not your fault, or mine, and nobody has a duty to do anything about it. If they wish to do something, then they get to spend their own life capital, not mine. I’m happy to give them a nod.

      I’m done diluting hard earned Western culture with such poison.

      It has to stop, now.

      • marie on January 9, 2016 at 08:48

        No one has a ‘duty’ to help anyone, period (though I wouldn’t use the word ‘duty’ since it Can mean a voluntary choice based on personal ethics or just personal preferences).
        Let’s say : no one should be forced to help anyone.
        What does that have to do with the nature of the ‘helpee’, that is, what does it have to do with the refugees being muslim?
        Conflation of issues.

        Here’s another conflation, of terms this time: identification of muslim refugees with muslim fundamentalists. This is disproven by considering their actions, all that fighting, fleeing and dying to get away from the fundamentalist onslaught.

        It would seem to me that the syrian refugees, like the persians before them, are not only no threat to western culture, but have proven a deep devotion to some of our most cherished core values.
        Maybe they oughta all move to New Hampshire, “live free or die”?

      • Richard Nikoley on January 9, 2016 at 09:29

        “What does that have to do with the nature of the ‘helpee’, that is, what does it have to do with the refugees being muslim?”

        Let’s be clear then. I’m advocating that they generally stop being helped, particularly by states with taxing authority, so you have no choice and end up paying to be invaded (See: Germany).

        If you want to spend life capital on them, Marie, I don’t think anyone is stopping you. Or anyone else. But it seems to me the agitation always turns on “SOMEONE” else helping. The very nature of collectivist bullshit.

        “Here’s another conflation, of terms this time: identification of muslim refugees with muslim fundamentalists.”

        In other words, it’s a conflation to not bother with trying to differentiate between friendly bears and malevolent bears. So, in the name of non-contradictory identification and FAILURE to DIFFERENTIATE, just let all bears into camp.

        Bad logic, Marie.

      • Richard Nikoley on January 9, 2016 at 09:33

        …Basically, Marie, what you’re doing here is haphazardly applying the sound principle in Western jurisprudence that it’s better to let guilty men go free than erroneously convict an innocent man.

        It does not extend to where you’re taking it. None have been indicted, so such protections don’t apply to them.

      • marie on January 9, 2016 at 13:34

        About as bad logic as deciding they’re are all bears of some kind, good or bad.

        You don’t even have to try to differentiate, if you don’t view them as muslim First, that is, if you don’t see that first as their over-riding category.

        Because if they are one category first, they are certainly Refugees.
        By your argument, we should stop all refugees, because some of them are going to be bad.

        O.k. Let’s. We can retrench until the world calms down and evolves. China did that, for hundreds of years. I won’t judge how well that worked in the long run.

      • Richard Nikoley on January 10, 2016 at 00:28

        You’re stawmaning me, and misrepresenting what I’ve said.

        I am talking about Muslims from Muslim countries, predominately in the Middle East.

        Refugees, my ass. Most of them appear to be young males. And you know why? Western Europe needs employees to fund its social system for an ageing population that isn’t fecund enough to support its ponzi schemes.

      • Richard Nikoley on January 10, 2016 at 00:37

        Here’s another piece of just wonderful.

        How about you and Peter fall over yourselves defending the wonderfulness of this crap.

  8. marie on January 8, 2016 at 13:50

    Just for the record, I don’t even begin to understand any “blame america” crowd and beyond that, any “blame the west” rhetoric. The conflation of issues is so convoluted in such arguments, I’ve rarely found an edge to start unravelling the knot. So I don’t argue with such nonsense. Which suits anyone fine since I’ve yet to meet a member of that crowd who Wants to explore precepts. 🙂

    • Richard Nikoley on January 8, 2016 at 21:26

      I can’t understand what you are really claiming here.

      What values are you acting FOR? Ask yourself before you answer.

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