A new map of the Middle East

Middle East, New Map Of, With ISIS

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As painted and determined by ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq & Syria), which has been sweeping the middle east like wildfire with its fundamental Islamic Death Cult rapidity akin to the Borg, where you will be “assimilated” or you will be killed.

Ah, the non-violent embrace of the all-inclusive, loving and understanding religion of peace known as Islam.



Islamic HAVES vs Islamic HAVE NOTS

FML-JGL-EID-290714-1Good Muslim women in London: young, rich, coy and demure.  And Caucasoid.

Whilst the “Palestinians” and “Gazans” seem to “starve,” and various other Islamic countries encounter horrors as well, the “Haves” in the Middle East congregate to enjoy their vacations in London, in mid-August.

More blingtastic and vulgar than ever! It’s that month when super rich Arabs flock here for an orgy of spending. And this year, they and their cars are taking excess to a new level 

by Beth Hale and Laura Stott
  • ‘Ramadan Rush’ sees Middle Easterners fly in to end fasting with indulgence
  • They team Eid celebrations with spending outrageous amounts of cash
  • Last year credit card processor Worldpay handled £73m from the shoppers
  • Nightly supercar parades rev up outside Harrods and Harvey Nichols 

The Middle Eastern owner of the gleaming white Rolls-Royce doesn’t even glance at the double yellow lines as he parks over them outside the famous green-and-gold frontage of Harrods in London.

He is on his way to the store’s exclusive French cafe Ladurée, where outdoor tables are packed full of stylish men speaking Arabic and smoking, while glamorous women stand chatting in niqabs or brightly coloured scarves with jeans and stack-heeled designer trainers.

And as a parking warden fixes a £60 ticket to the perfectly polished windscreen of his car — a Phantom Drophead Coupé with a Saudi Arabian number plate — he doesn’t even flinch, simply continuing the animated chatter with friends. 

Because: what’s a simple “fine” to an Emir?  In the scope of things, it is nothing.  After all, each and every car was FLOWN IN to the UK for the convenience of these Muslims.

Alleged Muslims.

Frankly, I couldn’t care less how this affects the UK.  I simply want to see some incredible cars.  Get ready:

Cars 1Cars 2Cars 3Cars 4Cars 5Cars 6Whilst Rome burns, rich Muslims revel in their wealth.  And say: screw everyone else.

Imagine that.


I repeat: each one of these cars had to be purposely flown into London because, after all, the UK is an island.

The US flag: a “threat to Muslims” in America

American Flag Threat To MuslimsFrom KHOU.com:

Man says apartment complex called his US flag a ‘threat to Muslim community’

by Alice Barr

WEBSTER, Texas — A Webster man says his apartment complex manager told him his American flag was a “threat to the Muslim community,” and that he has to take it down. But he’s not giving up without a fight.

Stepping onto Duy Tran’s balcony in Webster, one thing is clear: “It means a lot to me,” he said.

He’s talking about his American flag that he proudly put up when he moved in just a few days ago. But then an apartment manager at the Lodge on El Dorado told him he had to take it down.

“What really stunned me is that she said it’s a threat towards the Muslim community,” said Tran. “I’m not a threat toward anybody.”

There you go.  The American flag is a threat to the Muslim community.  Not in the Middle East, mind you.  No.  In the United States of America.

This occurred in Webster, Texas, at the Lodge on El Dorado apartment homes.  Their mealy-mouthed pablum-smeared PC response:

“While the Lodge on El Dorado admires our resident’s patriotism, we must enforce our property rules and guidelines. Such guidelines maintain the aesthetics of our apartment community and provide for the safety of all residents. The apartment community already proudly displays our country’s flag in a safe and appropriate manner at the entrances to our community.”  

A “safe and appropriate manner.”  Just what would that be, pray tell?  And how does one display the American flag in an unsafe and inappropriate manner?

However, Mr Tran has said:

“I’m gonna leave my flag there, as an American, until she shows me proof that I don’t have the right to leave my flag there,” said Tran.

To Tran it’s about so much more than stars and stripes.

“I have friends that died for this country,” he said.

First: good for Mr Tran.  This is a man who plans to persevere in his efforts to honor the American flag.

Second: how is is that we as a nation have become so incredibly cowardly in the face of the Politically Correct Gestapo?  It is fear that drives this Leftist movement.  And apparently the administration in this Webster complex is comprised of the craven.



Police Unit That Spied on Muslims Is Disbanded

MUSLIMweb2-articleLargeFrom the NYTimes.com:

En vacanza, de los Pacificos

20131027_170608-AAs I write this, it is Monday afternoon.  I can hear the waves crashing from the Pacific Ocean.  This is a far different sound than what I heard on Sunday morning when I was loading the car for the trip.

My wife lives in what I term Ghetto Centrale in Elk Grove (Elk Grove: otherwise known as Baja Mack Road) in a house that isn’t worth the cost of a box of Junior Mints — okay, granted, a large box of Junior Mints.

It is surrounded by rental homes and thump trucks and thump cars and gangstas and those on probation and parole.  The emaciated black dude four houses down slings dope at night.  His toothless ancient white pot-bellied girlfriend scuffs her shoes past the house once a day, picking things off the street.  The people sit on the front steps or in their garages, watching those who drive or walk down the street.  It’s like being under a microscope; because no one works, everyone knows when you come and go.

Then, this Sunday, I awakened to a noise I heard from inside the house.  It sounded like something over a distant megaphone.  Was it — what we normally hear at night over a loudspeaker — the sheriff’s helo telling people to stay in their houses?

I went outside to listen and confirm: no, it wasn’t.

It was instead a Muslim call to prayer.

I could hear the speaker, at great volume, but a distance away, announce the words in a single male trilling voice, dissonant but discernible as same.

I thought: that’s it.  We’re leaving.  RTFN.

And we did.


More to come, from the Pacific coast.