Wednesday, November 28, 2007

A Gift for the Kafir Who Has Everything

Ramadan has come and gone, but all the hustle and bustle isn’t over — there’s still that filthy infidel holiday coming up. What better way to celebrate than to give the Counterjihad 2008 Calendar to your best haram friend?

Counterjihad 2008

I know, I know — the year should be 1429. But what can you do when you live in the land of the kuffar?


Seriously…

The Counterjihad Calendar was designed to supplement the Brussels conference in October. Some of the same design elements used for the Brussels logo went into the front page of the calendar.

You can buy a calendar at our Café Press store, or go straight to the calendar page at this link.

The Stadshus in Stockholm

The purpose of the calendar is twofold:

1. To enhance a sense of community among the inhabitants of the countries of the West. We can show solidarity with one another even as we remain patriots within our own countries. The West doesn’t require an artificial and corrupt empire like the EU or the UN to maintain its collective identity. There is something that binds us together, a common heritage that enables us to resist Islamization.
 
2. To facilitate a greater awareness of the struggle we are all facing and how it is approached in different countries, by listing Counterjihad blogs and websites on the sidebar for each country.
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An awakening understanding of the threat that Islamization poses to Western civilization is emerging in Europe.

The front line in the resistance to the Great Jihad is not in Iraq, or Afghanistan, or Iran. Those countries are well behind enemy lines.

Santiago Matamoros and the Mezquita in Córdoba

The front line runs through Córdoba, Bologna, Antwerp, Athens, Marseille, Berlin, Århus, Rotterdam, Malmö, Oslo, and Birmingham. All of Western Europe is on the front line.

Sydney, Dearborn, Toronto, and Varanasi also lie on the front line. The bloody borders of Islam run through the heart of Western Civilization.

The Counterjihad Calendar is designed to help link these frontline countries together in the face of the common enemy.

Not all the relevant countries could be represented on the calendar. Obviously, there were only twelve slots available, so that New Zealand, Canada, Switzerland, Norway, Thailand, Nigeria, Flanders, and other countries were neglected. Even so, we know you’re out there, living under the shadow of Islamization, just as we are.

But other calendars are possible. There are still some years left to us…

3 comments:

Amawalker said...

Did you know that the muslims consider Santiago to be their hero as well? Why? Because he evolved into Sant'Iago Mataespañois!

Jacob the fisherman evolved into the archetypal hero of Western culture. From Sant’ Iago Matamoros (killer of the Moors) to Sant’ Iago Mataindios (killer of Indians) to Sant’ Iago Mataespañois (killer of Spaniards) – everyone wanted him as their hero!
In Mexico City there is a carving from the altarpiece of the Church of Santiago Tlatelolco showing him as Santiago Mataindios - the Indian-slayer.
And although Christianity and the Catholic religion were taken to the Americas by the Spaniards, when Mexico fought to obtain its independence from Spain in 1810, Sant’ Iago was exalted as Santiago Mataespañois - the slayer of Spaniards!
In Peru, during an indigenous uprising in 19th-century they adopted Santiago as its champion, using the "Matamoros" iconography of “Santiago Mataespañois” that in Peru had come to be associated with a pre-Columbian deity who drove out evil forces.
There is a mid-19thC silver statue of Santiago Mataespañois in the Museum of Pilgrimages in Santiago de Compostela.

http://www.aug.edu/augusta/iconography/spain2005/mataespanoisSantiago.html

and another one – scroll down to under Ano 1998 - (as well as pictures of items from the museum) here:

http://www.mdperegrinacions.com/paxinas/historia.html

You can see the altarpiece of Santiago Mataindios here (click on the photo to enlarge it)

http://instructional1.calstatela.edu/bevans/Art454L-03-TlatelolcoXochimilc/I00004.html

You can see paintings of Santiago Matamoros and Mataindios together here:

http://www.huancainos.com/literatura/babelandes.htm

RISE_UP said...
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Max said...

The front line runs through Kosovo,Bosnia,Balkan.....