The Dark State Rises: Trifecta, Parts 1 & 2 of 3

Part 1 of 3:  Who’s to Blame For The Brutal New Caliphate?

NOTE:  Historical correction (Bill misspoke):  Charles Martel was not at Vienna, but rather was the victor over the Muslims at Tours in 732. The siege of Vienna took place 951 years later, in 1683. The heroes of that Christian victory were Charles of Lorraine, whose skillful deployment of the outnumbered Hapsburg forces in front of Vienna blunted the Turkish advance; Ruediger von Starhemberg, whose leadership under fire kept the Ottomans out of the city itself; and the Polish king Jan III Sobieski, who swept the field of the Turkish armies, and broke the siege.

Part 2 of 3:  Can Barack & Bashar Tag-Team Caliphate?

Part 3 to follow.

UPDATE:  Title of Part 3 is:  Can GOP Best Obama in Beating Caliphate?  Currently available by membership only.  I imagine it will become available on YouTube in the next week.  If you are a member, the link is:

http://www.pjtv.com/?cmd=mpg&load=10169&mpid=105

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34 Responses to The Dark State Rises: Trifecta, Parts 1 & 2 of 3

  1. Menagerie says:

    Three

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  2. sloth1963 says:

    Further evidence Prezzy’s moral compass is actually a board game spinner.

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  3. Given that Tower Hamlets is now Tower Haramlettes and Birmingham is Bismillaham I think that worrying about Syria and Northern Iraq is a total joke.

    We have a Muslim in St Louis called Anthony Shahid stirring a race war. And we are worrying about Muslims in their own backyard?

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    • stella says:

      Are you saying we can’t walk and chew gum at the same time? Granted, Obama won’t want to do either, but I don’t see that the two situations/places are mutually exclusive.

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      • No the west cannot walk and chew gum.
        I think it’s best to exterminate Islam in the west then push back Islam at the faultlines between Christendom and Islam.

        Bush utterly failed as did Obama. Both leaders are two sides of a Neo-con shell game.

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  4. dodo says:

    The entire world of islam is responsible, and all muslims are the only ones who can stop world terrorism.

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  5. Lucille says:

    The involvements of various U.S. Presidents over the years with the Middle East has generally not turned out well, except for Israel, and it continues today.

    Case in point: JIMMY CARTER REFUSES TO CANCEL SPEECH FOR HAMAS FRONT
    Terror-tied group featuring former president at fundraiser

    http://www.wnd.com/2014/08/jimmy-carter-refuses-to-cancel-speech-for-hamas-front/

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  6. czarowniczy says:

    Ah yes, Sobieski of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth had been made head of the combined Polish/Austrian/Franconian/Saxon force at the Bitwa pod Wiedniem, Lithuanians sat this one out. And my grandfather couldn’t tell the story without mentioning the part the Polish Winged Hussars played in chasing the Muslims all the way back to West Crapistan. Fast forward some 300 years and you once again have Poland playing a pivotal role in chasing the USSRians back to behind the their own borders. Not far enough back for some of us but it’s a start. Better keep Poland free – never can tell when the West will need them again to pull its chestnuts out of the fire.
    Commercial over: only thing that’s going to save the West from a culturally fatal Islamic infection is the people in the West. If the population goes back to denial/appeasement/magical thinking no government’s going to be able to save them from anything. The Allies had no fear in invading Germany during WW II as they knew the German people had been beaten to a pulp and those few who actively supported Hitler and his cronies didn’t have the support to go the distance in a man-to-man fight. On the other hand the Allies were scared constipated to invade Japan. The Allied governments knew the Japanese people had the cultural integrity to resist the invading Allies right down to granny and gramps in the street. The US rushed to finish The Bomb while also seriously considering the mass use of war gasses in attempts to lower what they thought to be horrendous losses to the invading forces, delaying an invasion to the last minute.
    We can’t seem to drum up the guts to close off our own just-down-the-street southern borders to potentially culture-changing illegal blue collar workers, never mind seal the country against the corrosive influx of a religion with an over 400-year history of violent antagonism towards Western civilization. We just wasted thousands of US lives and billions of taxpayers’ dollars in a war against militant Islam and now we can’t wait to call it quits and run. We let courts remove Christian symbols from public property while we have the USPS release a series of Islamic holiday stamps. Schools pale at students wearing stars of David or crosses openly while letting Muslim girls wear the hajib as it’s fashion, not religion.
    I see a concerted ‘Islam ain’t all that bad’ propaganda on its way, sort of like how – in the 90s – we had the ‘HIV isn’t all that bad/scary’ campaign. Saudis have been funding Wahhabist militant recruiting in US jails/prisons for decades with the US doing little to effectively prevent it so I don’t see the government doing much to slow Islamic erosion of Western civilization. You really think that the population’s going to leave the TV long enough to rise in revolt before the Black Flag’s flying over city hall?

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    • stella says:

      Judicial Watch: A Terrorist Attack On the Texas-Mexico Border is ‘Imminent’ (Updated)

      http://pjmedia.com/tatler/2014/08/29/judicial-watch-a-terrorist-attack-on-the-texas-mexico-border-is-imminent/

      Specifically, Judicial Watch sources reveal that the militant group Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) is confirmed to now be operating in Juarez, a famously crime-infested narcotics hotbed situated across from El Paso, Texas. Violent crimes are so rampant in Juarez that the U.S. State Department has issued a number of travel warnings for anyone planning to go there. The last one was issued just a few days ago.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        As I’ve posted previously, the Mexican government;s been closely watching Muslim settlements in Mexico that are over 100 years old, The area around Mexico City is infested…err, heavily populated…with them. Then there’s the Triborder Area connections, not to mention Panama. If ISIS is in Juarez they probably want to get into the US to find cleaner and more civilized areas to attack us from. If enough drugs can flow into the US to keep the wholesale price of cocaine more-or-less steady for the last 20-plus years getting a few dozen, or hundred, heavily armed Muslim terrorists into the country should be a snap. Soon as DHS is done trying to clean up their internal security screwups they’ll be right on that.

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    • Michael H. Albiniak says:

      Thanks for the history lesson. Being proudly of Polish ancestors myself, and therefore having educated myself about Polish history, I was going to mention the same facts you did regarding King Jan, the Winged Hussars, and the 1919-1920 Polish Soviet war – both of which saved Europe from of set of infidels or another. That’s history that isn’t taught much in the US (although my son who teaches HS history sneaks as much of it as he can into the world military history class he teaches). It’s too bad that Poland couldn’t have taken delivery of the missile defense system President Bush promised them before he left office. I think it obvious that if Putin gets away with what he’s doing in the Ukraine (as he almost certainly will) it won’t be long before his eye turns to Poland and the former Warsaw Pact countries.

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    • The final siege of Vienna is a tad overplayed. At the same time the Spanish and English are conquering the Americas infiltrating Africa and Asia via the sea. The Turks were also being smashed by the Russians in Crimea (there’s that again) and pressed by the Persians. The little matter of Vienna in the scheme of this world map, meh.

      It was about Polono-Teuton bragging rights, not much else.

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    • WW2 certainly set the stage for the spread of Islam via migration. Hamburg is heavily Islamified in part because the RAF firebombed it.

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  7. kinthenorthwest says:

    H3LL I am starting to feel that Obama’s Compass is pointed exactly where Obama wants it—Having Muslims in control. (This is a gut feeling that comes from what I call my out to lunch side. However, my out to lunch side since 2008 has been way too accurate).
    “America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves”. Abraham Lincoln
    Just my two cents, but just look at how Obama has been slowly but methodically destroying our Country. Obama has so many American Fractions pitted against each other, that it will most likely be impossible to ever rally Americans together if we are attacked. Obama has also managed to destroy our Military from the top down, and just look at what he has been doing to police forces all over the country.
    Like I said just my two cents.

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  8. czarowniczy says:

    Barack & Bashar – Assad pair indeed. Bashar, a member of the Ba’ath Party and Barack, member of the party that traditionally give America a bath…or is that bathhouse? Gotta go back and check my references.

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    • Yes sir, Qatar it is. Qatar, Pakistan, and Turkey – the true Trifecta.

      The whole situation appears totally hopeless, until you realize that the one country behind IT ALL is Qatar. (And Turkey, and Pakistan.)
      Having said that, if the United States were to disentangle ourselves from the Qataris and pull our investment, the Middle East would quiet down in a matter of months. The rest of the world, too… because Russia wouldn’t feel like the United States and the jihad are surrounding them with lunatics (which, truth be told, we are), and China wouldn’t fear that Saudi oil could all of a sudden dry up due to terrorist activities.
      Qatar (and Turkey, and Pakistan) and the problem(s). Who backs these countries internationally? US and UK. MI6 trained the Pakistani ISI, and the royal family of Qatar are Sandhurst and West Point grads. American and British universities litter (yes, litter) Doha.

      See here for more info: http://www.misterchambers.com

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      • stella says:

        That would be nice, but I think you are indulging in magical thinking if you believe that one change in foreign policy will make things all better in the Middle East.

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        • There’s nothing magical about it. It’s the sensible thing to do, given Qatar’s direct involvement with virtually every conflict across the Middle East and North Africa. And ousting a country’s ruling family, exposing MI6 for working with the ISI, and dealing with nuclear Pakistan is not exactly one change.

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          • stella says:

            Yet that would not solve the Muslim “problem”, as that has been going on for many centuries, or the problems in the Middle East, current history being decades now. Hence, the term “magical thinking”. Also, how do you explain the Muslim problems in other countries which do not relate at all to Qatar?

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  9. cohibadad says:

    I love Bill’s bravado. He’s exactly right about ISIS manning tanks, APCs, etc. All I see is target, target, target. I wish he wouldn’t do what everyone else seems to be doing though, that is, interpreting Islam and the Quran the same way the terrorists do. In other words, the bearded apes say they own this country and that because it was Islamic before and the Quran says so and Bill says, yep, you’re interpreting that right. They aren’t and he’d do himself a favor if he’d learn how mistaken they are rather than adopting their ignorance. Islam never spread out of a very small area of Arabia/Iraq. What spread out was the same barbarism calling itself Islam that we see today. There is no difference. They have the same religious justification, which is actually no religious justification.

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    • stella says:

      You know what? It is Bill’s job to show what exists. It is Muslims who should be interpreting it – out loud and in public. If most Muslims don’t agree with what is readily available on the internet, then they should say so, but they do not.

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      • sloth1963 says:

        East and West Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and Turkey are kinda proof that the statement “Islam never spread out of a very small area of Arabia/Iraq” is kinda (very) false. I’ve had the pleasure of working in those countries. Lovely people on the surface but you do not want to run afoul of their legal/religious systems. Christians may be tolerated, to some extent, but they are constantly reminded who is running things and to stay in their place. That fits my definition of oppression with a hint (big one) of repression. This is by the so-called moderate Muslims. I’ve seen first hand how a moderate Muslim can become a radical with very little provocation. Very sobering. Tyranny disguised as tolerance. Tolerance disguised as acceptance.

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    • stella says:

      This is where we are headed here in the USA:

      Why We Must Demand More of British Muslims

      http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/08/30/Why-we-must-demand-more-of-British-Muslims

      It’s quite clear that Western Muslims in the large are not doing in any way near enough to integrate, stop radicalisation, or respect the values of the countries they enter. A recent book written by a BBC reporter, Innes Bowen, gives testament and empirical evidence to this claim.

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  10. stella says:

    Being reported on Lucianne.com, but not showing on English version of AFP (yet):

    Breaking: US launches air strikes on IS rebels near Mosul dam: Pentagon
    (Agence France-Presse)

    ADD: http://www.straitstimes.com/news/world/united-states/story/us-launches-air-strikes-rebels-near-mosul-dam-pentagon-20140831

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