Islam is a political theory of conquest

Hirsi Ali is a senior fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School and a research fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution. She published a comprehensive, thoroughly researched paper, The Challenge of Dawa: Political Islam and How to Counter It. In this paper, as a former muslim, she is providing advice to President Trump and to all Americans. “…confronting dawa, a term unfamiliar to Americans. Dawa as practiced by radical Islamists employs a wide range of mechanisms to advance their goal of imposing Islamic law (sharia) on society. This includes proselytizing but extends beyond that.  In Western countries, dawa aims both to convert non-Muslims to political Islam and to instill Islamist views in existing Muslims. The ultimate goal of dawa is to destroy the political institutions of a free society and replace them with the rule of sharia law.”

“Dawa is to the Islamists of today what the “long march through the institutions” was to twentieth-century Marxists. It is subversion from within—the abuse of religious freedom in order to undermine that very freedom. Another analogy is also possible. After Islamists gain power, dawa is to them what Gleichschaltung 6 (synchronization) of all aspects of German state, civil, and social institutions was to the National Socialists.”

“There are of course differences. The biggest difference is that dawa is rooted in the Islamic practice of attempting to convert non-Muslims to accept the message of Islam. As it is an ostensibly religious missionary activity, proponents of dawa enjoy a much greater protection by the law in free societies than Marxists or fascists did in the past.”

“Worse, Islamist groups have enjoyed not just protection but at times official sponsorship from government agencies duped into regarding them as representatives of “moderate Muslims” simply because they do not engage in violence.”

“All this means that the new administration urgently needs to devise an anti-dawa counterstrategy that employs the full range of tools at our disposal.”

“The purpose of this report is to suggest the basis for a new anti-dawa strategy, designed to check the advance of political Islam as an ideology and a movement.”

Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s executive summary and full pdf at this link:


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Faked climate science

“In fact, the whole climate crisis, as they call it, is not only fake news, it’s fake science. There is no climate crisis. There is weather and climate all around the world. And, in fact, carbon dioxide is the main building block of all life.” ~ Patrick Moore, co-founder and former President of Greenpeace, Canada. March 12, 2019

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Paul Romney

The 12 Republican Senators who voted with the Democrats against the wall to protect American citizens, they voted against their own constituents, and then attempted to cover their deceit. If there were justice, the following quote should be on their tombstones. President Trump is speaking directly and correctly to those twelve: “Congress has the freedom to pass this resolution, and I have the duty to veto it,”  said President Donald Trump.

Instead of memory and intelligence, they have fantasy.

A computer model was their first thought.
But they think our criticism is immaterial.
This is where populism meets principle.
They believe that they are the mediators of that.
I call that populism.
It is definitely not the republic we wish to keep.
Those 12 are in some other reality.
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Money for nothing

A one square meter flat object at the interface between earth’s atmosphere and outer space. Right. And that object is a perfectly reflective black body radiator. So, ideally, you are building a computer model of how that works, a model of this theory is as good as it will ever be.  It has no practical use in the real world.  Anything which correlates to the model is equally unrealistic and impractical.  TSI (Total Solar Irradiance) is total computer hypothesis.

However, the real problem created by proponents of human-caused global warming (aka climate change) is entirely different, so of course the answer is entirely different.

What’s the point of making any hypothesis which cannot be tested?

There is only one answer to that question.

No one can measure that one square meter object floating/suspended in space-time…ever…cannot be measured with current technology.  More science needed.  It’s an untestable computer model. And we have spent billions of dollars to build that computer model.

We could have used that money on research toward making fusion a viable energy alternative.

We could have built seawater desalinization plants powered by nuclear power plants, all known technology available to public and private uses.

We could make geothermal energy reliable and profitable.

We could have done research to improve efficiency of fossil fueled engines.

Instead we invested billions of dollars into computer programs which are asking the wrong questions.


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It’s Time to Confront the Climate Racket Head-On – SAVVY STREET

The Climate Racket prospers because even conservative politicians are too scared to call it.

Source: It’s Time to Confront the Climate Racket Head-On – SAVVY STREET

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Conservatism: An Obituary

“Capitalism is not the system of the past; it is the system of the future – if mankind is to have a future.” ~ Ayn Rand

Entire lecture here as a radio address and in text:


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Our Planet is Not Fragile (reblog)

Mar 06, 2019

Our Planet Is Not Fragile

Walter E. Williams

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez claims that “the world is going to end in 12 years if we don’t address climate change.” The people at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change agree, saying that to avoid some of the most devastating impacts of climate change, the world must slash carbon emissions by 45 percent by 2030 and completely decarbonize by 2050.

Such dire warnings are not new. In 1970, Harvard University biology professor George Wald, a Nobel laureate, predicted, “Civilization will end within 15 or 30 years unless immediate action is taken against problems facing mankind.” Also in 1970, Paul Ehrlich, a Stanford University biologist, predicted in an article for The Progressive, “The death rate will increase until at least 100-200 million people per year will be starving to death during the next ten years.” The year before, he had warned, “If I were a gambler, I would take even money that England will not exist in the year 2000.” Despite such harebrained predictions, Ehrlich has won no fewer than 16 awards, including the 1990 Crafoord Prize, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences’ highest award.

Leftists constantly preach such nonsense as “The world that we live in is beautiful but fragile.” “The 3rd rock from the sun is a fragile oasis.” “Remember that Earth needs to be saved every single day.” These and many other statements, along with apocalyptic predictions, are stock in trade for environmentalists. Worse yet, this fragile-earth indoctrination is fed to the nation’s youth from kindergarten through college. That’s why many millennials support Rep. Ocasio-Cortez.

Let’s examine just a few cataclysmic events that exceed any destructive power of mankind and then ask how our purportedly fragile planet could survive. The 1883 eruption of the Krakatoa volcano, in present-day Indonesia, had the force of 200 megatons of TNT. That’s the equivalent of 13,300 15-kiloton atomic bombs, the kind that destroyed Hiroshima in World War II. Before that was the 1815 Tambora eruption, the largest known volcanic eruption. It spewed so much debris into the atmosphere that 1816 became known as the “Year Without a Summer.” It led to crop failures and livestock death in the Northern Hemisphere, producing the worst famine of the 19th century. The A.D. 535 Krakatoa eruption had such force that it blotted out much of the light and heat of the sun for 18 months and is said to have led to the Dark Ages. Geophysicists estimate that just three volcanic eruptions – Indonesia (1883), Alaska (1912) and Iceland (1947) – spewed more carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere than all of mankind’s activities during our entire history.

Our so-called fragile earth survived other catastrophic events, such as the floods in China in 1887, which took an estimated 1 million to 2 million lives, followed by floods there in 1931, which took an estimated 1 million to 4 million lives. What about the impact of earthquakes on our fragile earth? Chile’s 1960 Valdivia earthquake was 9.5 on the Richter scale. It created a force equivalent to 1,000 atomic bombs going off at the same time. The deadly 1556 earthquake in China’s Shaanxi province devastated an area of 520 miles.

Our so-called fragile earth faces outer space terror. Two billion years ago, an asteroid hit earth, creating the Vredefort crater in South Africa, which has a diameter of 190 miles. In Ontario, there’s the Sudbury Basin, resulting from a meteor strike 1.8 billion years ago. At 39 miles long, 19 miles wide and 9 miles deep, it’s the second-largest impact structure on earth. Virginia’s Chesapeake Bay crater is a bit smaller, about 53 miles wide. Then there’s the famous but puny Meteor Crater in Arizona, which is not even a mile wide.

My question is: Which of these powers of nature could be duplicated by mankind? For example, could mankind even come close to duplicating the polluting effects of the 1815 Tambora volcanic eruption? It is the height of arrogance to think that mankind can make significant parametric changes in the earth or can match nature’s destructive forces. Our planet is not fragile.

Occasionally, environmentalists spill the beans and reveal their true agenda. Barry Commoner said, “Capitalism is the earth’s number one enemy.” Amherst College professor Leo Marx said, “On ecological grounds, the case for world government is beyond argument.”

Walter E. Williams is a professor of economics at George Mason University.

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Ideological subversion

Ideological subversion. We have already been sucked in. So we might as well know how it works.
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Flat temperature

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It’s you

Let’s suppose that epigenetics allows us the knowledge of twenty generations. What have we learned about ourselves?

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