Monday, September 17, 2012

Gates of Vienna News Feed 9/17/2012

Gates of Vienna News Feed 9/17/2012In a press conference in Bosnia, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that the international community should declare Islamophobia to be a crime against humanity. He stated that Turkey had led the way in the struggle against extremism, and it was time for the West to do its part to eliminate provocative material such as the recent Mohammed movie, which sparked violence last week across the Islamic world.

Meanwhile, violent protests against the movie spread to Indonesia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, the Philippines, Denmark, and parts of sub-Saharan Africa.

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Van Grungy said...

Ambassador Stevens and the Scorpion (CFP)
"The globalist table is being set. The plans are order from chaos — engineered chaos. The “New World Order” has been defined."

Yes, it has been defined

For Bahá'ís, the term "new world order" has a special and clear-cut meaning. More than 100 years ago, Bahá'u'lláh invoked the phrase to categorize a future series of momentous changes in the political, social and religious life of the world. "The signs of impending convulsions and chaos can now be discerned, inasmuch as the prevailing Order appeareth to be lamentably defective," He wrote. "Soon will the present-day order be rolled up and a new one spread out in its stead."


The seeds of this historic transition can be seen today in the changes and transformation that portend this new world order. The emergence of this order can be seen in thousands of ways: the century-long trend toward greater equality for women and minorities; in the century-long trend toward greater economic justice and the elimination of the traditionally vast differences over wealth and class; and in the century-long trend toward global interdependence.

Bahá'u'lláh foresaw all of these trends. He spoke of humanity's impending transformation and promulgated a framework of principles and ordinances that could promote social progress in this new age.

Many visionaries today promote similar principles and ideas; indeed, as noted earlier, Bahá'u'lláh's social teachings have in many ways become synonymous with the modern definition of a progressive society.


Today, our understanding of spirituality must embrace not only personal and group life, but also the collective progress of humanity as a whole. Indeed, it is only because the human race has at last entered on its age of maturity that the age-old prophecies of an era of peace and justice can now be fulfilled.

The essential message of Bahá'u'lláh is the call to unity; its audience, the entire world: "Let your vision be world-embracing, rather than confined to your own selves." A century after His passing, this summons has begun to take visible shape in a community that represents a microcosm of the human race itself, and that is established in every corner of the globe.

The emergence of the Bahá'í community offers persuasive evidence that humanity, in all its diversity, can learn to live and work as a single people in a global homeland. It represents, as well, a compelling argument for earnest and dispassionate examination of the claims of the extraordinary Figure whose spirit created and sustains it.


There is a reason I keep bringing up the baha'i.. So much of what is going on in the world today seems to follow the framework the baha'i desire to fulfill THEIR prophecies...

Oh you didn’t know that the word “Baha’i” is trademarked?

Seriously. It is.

I wish I was making this up.

It was registered by the US NSA with the US trademark office on March 11, 1952 (Registration #556,004). Look it up if you don’t believe me.


Read the material at the links. It's chilling how for decades the baha'i actually trademarked their 'faith'. Like I have said before, here and at JW, the baha'i are the root of the problems concerning the infiltration of islam into the west.

Van Grungy said...

Here is a little more baha'i crazy if you can stomach it..

There are over 7 million baha'is on earth today in almost every country on the globe.

Their current PRIMARY goal is to convince Christians that mohammad really is a manifestation of 'god'.. (baha'is believe in allah)

Lawrence said...

The world can no longer distinguish the difference between "an excuse" and "a reason".

Everyone knows the reason for Islamist aggression is to place the globe under the control of Islam and Sharia Law.

Everyone also knows the excuse of blaming anti-Islamist rhetoric for this aggression is to stymie the politically correct Western leaders into supporting this aggression by painting it as hate speech.

The Western power brokers have allowed themselves to become little more than useful idiots of the Islamist agenda, and they're taking the rest of us with them.

Anonymous said...

In a press conference in Bosnia, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that the international community should declare Islam to be a crime against humanity,

That makes far better reading.

Paris Claims

Anonymous said...

Recep Tayyip Erdogan got it wrong in his speech, Islam is a crime against humanity and needs to be eradicated.

You New said...

Paris, that's what I read the first time, too!

Time for a serious movie made about Mohammad? Or better, Izlam history.
Odd, with the scores of good new books revealing the nature of Islam, where are the films?

I can only think of Fitna. Oh, there was a good movie about a woman who escapes from wife/slavery in the mideast fifteen years back.

How about a historical reenactment of Dr. Bill Warner's century by century Islamic aggression, ending with today's situation. It would make an important educational and cultural impact, and the time is ripe.

And where are historians like Paul Johnson and Victor Davis Hansen on Islamohistory?? Has there ever even been a round table on Islamic history? How many more weeks and years do I have to encounter the drek "a small band of fundementalists" or a "golden age of Islam" from conservative trying to prove that they are really nice people?

Anonymous said...

Found this woman's beating story in Sicily

Ansa Med - Egyptian man beats pregnant wife for taking off veil in heat

gsw said...

Wishful thinking!

He claims "Al'lah will strike terror into the hearts of the kufir".
Therefore, all suffering from a phobic fear of islam must be kufir, or according to their creed - criminals.

He is wrong, some politicians are fearful, some terrorised and others just plain greedy.
Whereas, we despise islam.