No Past To Repeat


Sep 23, 2010
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Alan Caruba’s informative piece is right on the money as far as it goes. Taqiyya the Liar surely prefers total victory for Islam:

“Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it” is the famed quote of George Santayana, a Spanish philosopher (1863-1952). I am beginning to think that the world is making its way toward a future that repeats the horrors of the last century’s wars and earlier times when Europeans battled Islam to free Jerusalem, to protect their homelands in Europe, and to eject Muslims from Spain.


Humanity is under attack from an Islam that intends to impose its barbaric seventh century Sharia law and from the environmental movement’s intention to end capitalism and replace it with the income distribution central to Communism.

Both spell a terrible future for the people of the world.

The President of the United States is devoted to pursuing both of these goals as the defender of Islam and the opponent of “income inequality.” We have twenty-two months to survive Barack Obama’s remaining time in office.

Obama was first elected on the promise to end the U.S. engagement in conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. After many years Americans welcomed the prospect of ceasing the loss of lives and billions those wars represented. With the rise of the Islamic State (ISIS) they are now seeing the true price of that policy. Just because we don’t want to fight a war doesn’t mean our enemy will cease to pursue it.

We are at a critical moment in time because it is evident that Obama wants to provide Iran the opportunity to build its own nuclear weapons arsenal. It is a time as well when the military capability of the U.S. has been diminished to what existed before the beginning of World War II.

Are We Seeing History Repeat Itself?
By Alan Caruba
February 15, 2015

Are We Seeing History Repeat Itself

Every week you can find hundreds of articles about the history of Islam, Christianity, Communism, wars, and every variation of religion and government. Most articles are historically accurate and insightful, but they all miss one thing. Americans are not losing a war to Muslims, or because of the Chicago sewer rat, but because of our federal government’s quest for a one government world that will defeat this country. Every single thing the federal government promotes like open-borders, manmade climate change, Universal Human Rights, coerced charity, bring Americans closer to defeat than does Islam

Bottom line: Americans will fight for self-defense, but they will not fight for a country that no longer exists. In plain English, private sector Americans will NOT fight for the federal government.

In my opinion, I firmly believe that this country is no longer worth fighting for than is any other country. Long before Taqiyya the Liar crawled out of his sewer the federal government began the job of convincing Americans they were no better than anyone else. The sewer rat repeated the mantra for six years. When every country is the same, a global government will repeat the cruelty and horrors of the past over and over forever.

The scum in government obviously believe that millions of illegal aliens will fight for the federal government if it becomes unavoidable; that Americans winning a war are no longer necessary. The scum could be right because illegal aliens have no loyalty to, or understanding of, what America used to be, but they will fight for the world the federal government is creating. Somehow illegal aliens came to believe that their homelands will be better off in a one government world.

Finally, here is one more item that global government pundits repeatedly ignore. George Santayana’s observation never applied to America’s initial form of government politically. Americans as a free people had no shameful past to repeat until the federal government told Americans they had to join all of the others; so do not blame Taqiyya the Liar for today’s world. The federal government created everything Taqiyya is surely guilty of —— except the past.


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Mel Blanc would have said, "Birfers are the craziest people."

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