Inspiring and sad

From Gates of Vienna comes an open letter to the English people about their impending doom — and possible dhimmitude. It is at once inspiring and sad to read an Englishman prod his once proud people to wake up to the dangers that await them if their apathy and appeasement continues.

3 thoughts on “Inspiring and sad”

  1. George, I so appreciate you posting this (and others in the past), but I wonder how many regulars to this blog know what dhimmitude is — maybe you can elaborate and point to the other great websites that monitor the monster.
    Thanks

  2. dhimmitude:
    Bat Yeor’s definition:
    “As for the concept of dhimmitude, it represents a behavior dictated by fear (terrorism), pacifism when aggressed, rather than resistance, servility because of cowardice and vulnerability. The origin of this concept is to be found in the condition of the Infidel people who submit to the Islamic rule without fighting in order to avoid the onslaught of jihad. By their peaceful surrender to the Islamic army, they obtained the security for their life, belongings and religion, but they had to accept a condition of inferiority, spoliation and humiliation. As they were forbidden to possess weapons and give testimony against a Muslim, they were put in a position of vulnerability and humility.
    George, thanks for posting this. it is an eye opener. THIS SOUNDS A LOT LIKE WHAT IS HAPPENING HERE IN THE USA. We can’t profile, we must defend their rights even if they are against ours, and we can’t even celebrate Christmas or Hannukka in some schools for fear of offending a muslim! Wake up people!

  3. This is a great write-up and right on the mark. It should be posted in every newspaper in the Western world. I just returned from Afghanistan where we fought these monsters in the form of the Taliban and Al Qaida. We received some awesome presentations that explained what’s taking place and what their game plan is. We read and heard there speeches and saw their brutality. It really is scary. They may be ‘backward’, but they have more desire and will than we do. He is not exaggerating…

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