Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Bill Warner: Islam and the Golden Rule

Dr. Bill Warner appeared tonight on Michael Coren’s program to talk about what he means by “political Islam”, and why Islam is fundamentally and irreconcilably different from all other religions:

Hat tip: Flyboy


Kit Tambo said...

This guy is so good at explaining the cult of doom. How can we get it shown at colleges and universities across the nation?

Melvin Muskrat said...

No Islamic Golden Rule - brilliant clip. Thank you Mr. Coren

Anonymous said...

Warner has fully sussed Islam and
knows how evil it is as a system for life. The clear conclusion is that Islam cannot be allowed to just exist, it HAS to be destroyed or it will destroy the whole World.Islam
cannot be toyed with or altered.
Everything about screams CANCER.

Anonymous said...

So succinct and clear. If only the left did not control the media, this would open millions of PC minds.
His website has a video of the real history of European dark ages brought on by islam. A must see. Well documented.

Anonymous said...

Anon @ 12:15. Bill Warner's video "Why We Are Afraid, A 1400 Year Secret" is part of Gates of Vienna's Rosetta Stone efforts. A recent post illustrates the generous cooperation of this sites readership evident in all the volunteer translations of Dr Warner's video. see http://tinyurl.com/cej5luo

William Gruff said...

One can so show dissent and defiance in numerous apparently trivial ways which nevertheless help to construct a bigger picture. One small way of making a stand is to stop describing Mohammedans in terms they have coined and, when it is necessary to use those terms, to stop pronouncing them in ways they have prescribed which confirm to their cultural norms and not ours. 'Eesslaam' is a case in point.

William Gruff said...

PS: 'So' in the first line is redundant and 'confirm' should read conform. The preview function shows the post as a single line of text that runs outside the dialogue box and so is not visible. That's no excuse though, I should have read through more carefully.