Sunday, October 21, 2007

Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week

The calendar of events and speakers can be found here.

David Horowitz speaks out about the lefties and why they find the term "Islamofascism" so offensive in "Vocabulary of War"

Want a taste of the reaction to David Horowitz's Princeton presentation from last week? Get out the hip boots - it's pure lefty happy horseshit...

There's this from the Daily Princetonian who is upset that global warming (!) wasn't addressed:

Interestingly enough, Horowitz' lecture said almost nothing about global warming and instead focused on a diatribe against various ethnic, political and religious groups from Democrats to Middle Eastern governments, from African-Americans to Muslims of any nationality. Among his outrageous claims was the statement that the majority of racism in America is aimed against white students attending universities like Princeton, an assertion he attempted to support by referencing last year's controversy involving the Duke lacrosse team. Perhaps the most malicious comments made by Horowitz, however, were those directed at Muslims. He persistently connected the religion of over 1.5 billion people to fascism, lumping together a diverse array of ethnic and political groups by using terms such as "Islamic Nazis," "barbarians" and "Islamo-fascism." Even more disturbingly, Horowitz made the claim that groups like al Qaeda and Hamas are comparable to American organizations such as CAIR and the MSA.

He's called a racist here. Then there's this: A Nazi Mind with a Jewish face.

It looks like we have our work cut out for us...(I wonder if this is what it was like back in the 30's?)