Saturday, February 7, 2015


It's unremarkable to me that our President chose the occasion of a Jordanian pilot being burned alive in a cage to castigate Christianity at the National Prayer Breakfast.

Unremarkable? That someone called Barack Hussein doesn't want to call his coreligionists? Go figure. 

Regardless, why attack the Crusades? Especially the first one, which won. The West, in its wickedness, didn't keep Outremer alive and that's a big shame.

Reverse the Horns of Hattin, and Manzikert, please, and let's have another Charles Martel.

The problem with the Crusades is that we didn't have enough of them.

Time to end the Islamic death cult.



LL said...

In the modern world, Muslims need to police themselves or other people will do it for them. The King of Jordan has the right idea.

I think that the President is comfortable with Muslim conquests in the medieval world, but it bothered by the Crusades. It's not in the least bit surprising when you recall WHERE he went to church for 21 years, met his 'blushing' bride and donated over a million dollars.

Anonymous said...

Secure victory in the west, before even thinking about marching east. Mein Father!

Fredd said...

Batches. Batches? We doan' need no stinkin' batches!

Mattexian said...

LL wins the point : King of Jordan goes home after visiting the US, puts on a flight suit, hops into a fighter-bomber, and extracts some vengeance for his countryman's tortuous death.

I think Barry's reciting the same disproven " popular knowledge " of the Crusades, as taught to the Muslims by the Western powers, after dividing the sand over there, to give them something to be proud of, since they were historically illiterate (among many other topics!)

LSP said...

He went to an... interesting church, LL.

LSP said...

Well, er, said, Anonymous.

LSP said...

Thanks Fredd!

LSP said...

Nothing like "dividing the sand" Mattexian!

Infidel de Manahatta said...

Don't worry. Our lord and savior Barry Obama is the smartest person in the room. Or so Valerie Jarrett keeps saying.