Freedom’s Breaking out Everywhere

So, let’s see. We have the sudden yearning for freedom & democracy spreading across the Middle East. It started in Tunisia, North Africa. Egypt has fallen, now Libya. Who’s next, maybe Syria or Jordan? Turkey is on a path to the dark side (pro Iran). Do not forget about Saudi Arabia!

But where is the democracy? Theocracy rhymes with democracy. I guess that’s close enough. There is one that is sure not to be toppled. Yep, Iran. Why? Because it was already toppled during the Carter administration. Iran will lead in the ushering in of the New Caliphate.(Click on Map for exploded view)

Now we find Egypt has a Nazi party? How odd. What could they possibly have in common? The Moslems & the Nazis. Hmmmmmmmmm. Couldn’t be the destruction of Israel & the killing of all the Jews, could it? Jerusalem is important to the Caliphate.

The Islamic countries of the Middle East have had strong ties to both fascism & Marxism since before WWII. Egypt’s Nasser even received the honors of “Hero of the Soviet Union and the Order of Lenin”.

Bruce Walker of the New American writes, ”The affinity of Arab nationalists and radical Muslims to the siblings of Nazism and Bolshevism ought to surprise no one. Hitler deeply admired Islam. The Muslim polymath known as al-Mashriqi met with Hitler in 1926, long before the Nazi Party was powerful or Hitler was particularly well-known. In a letter, al-Mashriqi described this visit: “I was astounded when he [Hitler] told me that he knew about my [book] Tazkirah. The news flabbergasted me … I found him very congenial and piercing. He discussed Islamic Jihad with me in details” and nine years later, in 1935, al-Mashriqi noted “the success of the Nazi movement, simply by following the shining guidance of the Holy Koran.”

Before the Second World War began, the Nazis published a book entitled All-Islam: World Power of Tomorrow.

Arthur Stuart Duncan Jones, The Dean of Chichester, writing in 1938, also describes National Socialism, as, “like Mohammedanism, “adding,” The Nazi religion is a religion of blind obedience. Ultimately National Socialism must be sterile, like Mohammedanism.

None of these current or historic events mean a thing without keeping in mind the big picture. They just add some perspective. The ultimate end-game is the New Caliphate. To achieve this the radicals, led by Iran, still need Jerusalem & Mecca. I said not to forget Saudi. In the end these uprisings & skirmishes are just cogs in the grand Islamic machine.

Arab Spring(s) Again

Well, here we go again. Another evil Dictator appears to have been toppled and just like Egypt, it may turn out similarly. By similarly, I mean probably worse. Already a draft of a new Constitution has turned up. According to Part 1, Article 1 of the alleged draft: “Islam is the Religion of the State, and the principal source of legislation is Islamic Jurisprudence (Sharia).” Great news! Separation of Church & State anyone? It is only a draft & may not be authentic but it sounds scary enough. It was released rather quickly which leads me to believe it wasn’t just written & may not have been written by Libyans. The work of the Moslem Brotherhood perhaps? Or maybe another radical group just happened to have a spare constitutional draft lying around. Happens to me all the time. Where did I put that radical moslem draft? I just had it.

My prediction. Just like Egypt, this will be hailed by the press & other dopes as a wonderful thing. Getting rid of the charming Colonel was a wonderful thing. What he will be replaced with will NOT be wonderful. Mark my words. It won’t turn out well in Egypt nor will it here. The whole PC world will pat itself on its collective backs for assisting in this revolution & then leave behind the poor oppressed Egyptians & Libyans to suffer even more. Hooray for us!

POW Camp Discovery


When word reached Camp Lawton that the Union army of Gen. William T. Sherman was approaching, the prison camp’s Confederate officers rounded up their thousands of Union army POWs for a swift evacuation – leaving behind rings, buckles, coins and other keepsakes that would remain undisturbed for nearly 150 years.

Outside of scholars and Civil War buffs, few people have heard of the Confederacy’s Camp Lawton, which replaced the infamous and overcrowded Andersonville prison in fall 1864.

In its six weeks’ existence, between 725 and 1,330 men died at the prison camp. The 42-acre stockade held about 10,000 men before it was hastily closed when Union forces approached.

Camp Lawton’s obscurity helped it remain undisturbed all these years. There are no photos of Lawton and few visual stockade details, although a Union mapmaker painted some important watercolors of the prison. He also kept a 5,000-page journal that detailed the misery at Camp Lawton, which was built to hold up to 40,000 prisoners.

Last year a Georgia Southern archaeology student Kevin Chapman seized on an offer by the state Department of Natural Resources to pursue his master’s thesis by looking for evidence of Camp Lawton’s stockade walls on the park grounds. Chapman ended up stunning the pros, uncovering much more than the remains of the stockade’s 15-foot pine posts. “These guys were rousted out in the middle of the night and loaded onto trains, so they didn’t have time to load all this stuff up,” said David Crass, an archaeologist who serves as director of Georgia’s Historic Preservation Division. “Pretty much all they had got left behind. You don’t see these sites often in archaeology.”