Sunday, April 25, 2010

Reminders of the Armenian Genocide

The world is not waiting with breath held for an American president to declare the Armenian Genocide a genocide, history has already decided that. When the current president had made the campaign promise, (also here) to do so, he or his associates were it seems not aware that one day they had to face the same thuggery as had the Armenians. Now with Turkish bullies about, plans and hopes for the rebirth of the Ottoman Empire and the march of Islamization that abruptly ended after World War 1 continues. Short of calling the event a genocide, the president apparently attempts to move to what he perceives as a moderate position last week by calling this genocide "one of the worst atrocities" of the twentieth century and a "devastating chapter of history" as if to put this all in the past.

The Armenian Genocide was not only one of the worst atrocities of the twentieth century, it was one of the worst in the history of humankind. Of course it was a devastating chapter of history but the chapter is not completely written as the living Armenians are still at risk since the forces in Turkey that led to the Genocide are being rekindled.  No, Nationalistic Muslim Turks do not view this new position as moderate or conciliatory. In their view a moderate statement would be "the genocide did not happen" or "the Christian Armenians were traitors and deserved this annihilation" and thus have called the president's statements through the Turkish foreign minister as "unacceptable".

Of course it was one the worst atrocities, of course it was devastating, of course it was the Muslim Turks that perpetrated this unspeakable crime against God and man.

Brief starting point for this histororical event: Armenian Genocide

"After World War I the Committee of Union and Progress (CUP) - more commonly known as the "Young Turks" - decided to carry out a genocide against the Armenian people under Ottoman control. It is estimated that one and a half million Armenians were massacred between 1915 and 1923, out of the previous population of around two million. The Armenians were subjected to torture, massacre and expropriation of their wealth. The great majority of the Armenians were forced from their homes in Armenia and Anatolia and left to die of hunger and thirst in Syria where they fled.

There was a strong outcry in the United States, United Kingdom, France and Russia against the mistreatment of the Armenians. The Allies demanded that the Young Turks be tried for warcrimes. However, there was no intervention beyond helping the small remainder of the Armenians who were still alive in Syria. After the war there were no restitutions to the Armenian people for their loss of wealth and human lives by the Ottomans."

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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Leaving Islam? Bus Ads are Reinstated in Miami

This is America, you do have a choice.  The above ad was produced and is being displayed by the Freedom Defense Initiative. Robert Spencer, director of Jihad Watch announced today that this ad will again be displayed on buses in Miami after the Transit Authority of Miami temporarily removed the ads following pressure from Islamic supremacists of CAIR.   Please contact if you know in your heart it is time to make this decision.  Not only is this a victory for American free speech, it is a victory for those trapped within Cult of Mohammad and who wish to free themselves despite family and community pressure.  Mr. Spencer also has announced that this campaign will go national so I encourage those who enjoy their liberty to contribute and support this effort.

Millions each year leave Mohammad's monotheism within all countries.  In America for instance, many trace their roots to Arab countries but still the majority of those who do are not followers of Mohammadism. 

Friday, April 2, 2010

Good Friday and the End of the Event

This is the day some Christians celebrate the death of Yeshua Messiah, Jesus Christ. One has in part feelings of sadness for the suffering of the Savior and we do dwell on this, yet we know the end of the story. We know of the resurrection and ascension without which Yeshua's death would not even have been recorded, at least as a significant event. But He was seen by at least 500 people according to the Bible and that is collaborated by the events that followed, the persecution and killing of around 10,000 Jewish believers soon followed. They were so convinced of His resurrection and ascension they could not deny their own beliefs to save their lives. I read the historical account of some of their executions, being burned to illuminate the coliseum, covered with animal skins then torn apart by lions. The author who I now do not remember, along with his fellow Romans considered the Christians evil but still were amazed and perplexed at their apparent inability to recant their faith. That is how strong they believed in Good Friday and how the event ended.

A little history of Easter here and here.

Easter is probably one of the oldest celebrated holidays in

the world; it just hasn't always gone under that name. It is

in fact the Catholic Church that dubbed the celebration of

this all important holiday Easter, and in fact moved the

date to converge with Hebrew and Pagan holidays so that when

the celebration was held it was held by all folk. But

because of this, pagan symbols worked their way into the

holiday, hence the rabbit and the eggs, which in ancient

religions symbolized fertility.

Some historians have researched the origin of the name and

believe that it derives from ancient Norsemen dialect

"Eostur" or "Ostar" or "Eastar" meaning "season of the

growing sun" or "season of new birth." But the name "Easter"

has also been proscribed to an old goddess of Teutonic

mythology. St. Bede, an eighth century English historian,

traced the name back to a goddess named Eostre or Eastre of

Anglo-Saxon origin. She was the goddess of Spring and the

whole month of April was dedicated to her. Interestingly,

her symbol was the hare….

It is also during this time that the pagan holiday of the

Rites of Spring on the Vernal Equinox is celebrated. This

was a brilliant move by the Catholic Church to get people to

join the church and break from pagan tradition and still be

able to celebrate their beliefs. Pagans during that time

celebrated the return of the Sun God which was an easy shift

for them to then believe in the resurrection of the Son of

God who saved them from our sins and death.

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After the fact, many have come and tried to explain this event. Many convince themselves that this is all mythology or that Yeshua did not die, the further from the event in time the easier it is to dismiss it. The misinterpretation of some photos from the Apollo moon landings led to some to conclude the landings never happened. A ridiculous idea that would have to involve possibly a 100,000 silent conspirators! Yet a poll in 2009 indicated that 25% of Brits did not believe man landed on the moon.

I believe if I live long enough, some day I will hear of a theory that the twin towers in New York never really existed.