November 08, 2005

RtR Aztlan, Eurabia, and Andalusia Edition



Muslim Europe is a article written by Daniel Pipes that is worth a second read.

Dennis Prager on this subject as well.

The Fall of France from a Euro perspective.

This is another article on the European Fears of the Gathering Jihad

I Got Your Fatwa Right Here

"It is formally forbidden to any Muslim seeking divine grace and satisfaction to participate in any action that blindly hits private or public property or could constitute an attack on someone's life," the fatwa said."

Think this is just meddling teenagers of unemployed immigrants? Think Again

Al Jazeera is fairly straight forward in its reporting


Eurabia and the EAD


"The Plan"

This is an interesting read on Chicano Cultural Separatism

Nice Site Here Take a moment and surf it.

Desert Invasion Links

MEChA National Constitution

I am not a Kooky conspiracy theory guy, but many similarities exist between these historically based empires of the past. The Muslims in Europe and the Mexicans in the US that seek to regain territory lost and establish a new civilization based on cultural and religious principles. They both are exclusionary and revolutionary in the sense that they seek to remove and replace the current citizens.

Some of the links were not written about the current unrest in France or the invasion of illegal aliens into the US. rather about stated goals and observations about Europe and America in general. The French and American immigration and naturalization policies of the past several decades have failed precisely because they both contain good intentions gone bad.

I know that the above statements are simplistic in nature and may be a stretch, however the fact remains that immigrants in Europe and the US. no longer feel the need to adopt and accept their new countries with a desire to become citizens and members of the community. They seek to establish a home-away-from-home and retain all of the cultural and religious components. We must adapt and accept them on their terms or be labeled as racist and xenophobic.

The latest on France's demise


Cross linked at Stop The ACLU

Posted by BillyBudd at November 8, 2005 06:04 AM | TrackBack

Good post. I linked you back

Posted by: don surber at November 8, 2005 02:28 AM

Very well said. Too bad we can't blame our failures on somebody else. Wait. What about the Canadians? They've got nothing better going on.

Posted by: Stevin at November 8, 2005 04:48 PM

Freakin Cannucks!

Posted by: Billy Budd at November 8, 2005 06:48 PM

Please add a link to the open trackback post, thanks, Jay

Posted by: Jay at November 8, 2005 07:55 PM

"the Mexicans in the US that seek to regain territory lost"

Not quite correct. The Mexicans never had the U.S. Southwest (California, Arizona, etc.), except on the paper for 24 years. After Spanish Empire fell apart in 1821, the junta in Mexican Empire claimed everything that Spaniards did. In 1848 Mexico gave up their claims to American Southwest that they never controlled. In that sense, the U.S. may give up it's rights to the Moon, and later "reclaim" it from whoever populated and developed it.

Posted by: A Reader at November 8, 2005 08:53 PM

You and I agree on that point, however that is not the prevailing attitude in the The Raza community. Considering the Spaniards took it from the Indians, I am not sure the claim of "We were here first" holds water.

Posted by: Billy Budd at November 8, 2005 09:38 PM

Thank you!

Posted by: Jay at November 8, 2005 09:50 PM

WOW. Nice post, Mr. Dinosaur! I didn't even get through two or three of the links yet, and I had to compliment you on what you're doing here. So much info in one post! Your assumptions are logical, and the broadness of them is reasonable. As with the pieces written before the French riots, what you're talking about hasn't happened yet. It's good to be alerted to what so many nuts want to happen, so we can effectively counter it. I will give you a hat tip if I post anything I find here. You've given quite some food for thought.

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