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As if a Mission Statement for our Web site, Freedom is Knowledge, we are leaving the contents of this page here in hopes the words may finally sink in of the significance they hold to the future of your freedom . . . especially here in America.

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Below is a dire warning to all Conservatives from a dying Europe of what really happens when vile and arrogant Secular Progressives have been allowed to run over a previous precious and successful democratic society. It is why many of us have abandoned the Republicans in Washington.

These faux elected conservatives have forgotten their duty and now worry more about their silly seats in Congress, as if we really give a damn if that stay or go. They speak of Reagan as if they know no other word, yet not a single one can provide a unique path of their own for others to follow, only using this former president's name as a crutch to prop up their own inability to provide real leadership in a time of desperate need in America.

 

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"In an interview with a Brussels newspaper (De Standaard, October 23) Dutch author, Oscar Van den Boogaard, described what appears to be the attitude of most post-WWII Europeans. He said, 'I am not a warrior, but who is? I have never learned to fight for my freedom. I was only good at enjoying it.' "

 

Islam: Made in Europe

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(Note: It's critical for our reader to know that it was also reported by Paul Belien of The Brussels Journal that Oscar Van den Boogaard commented about the current conditions in Europe, which lead to his quote of Europe having to cope with its daily Islamization as a "process of mourning," his being overwhelmed by a "feeling of sadness.")

As John Stuart Mill has said, 'War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feeling which thinks nothing worth a war, is worse. A man who has nothing which he cares more about than he does about his personal safety is a miserable creature who has no chance at being free, unless made and kept so by the exertions of better men than himself.'

It is a sad picture, a Europe where so many of the people have never learned to fight for their freedom… where people were only good at enjoying it. But it is sadder still to realize that nearly half the American people – liberals, Democrats, the anti-war radicals with the loudest voices – agree with them… relying for their freedoms on the exertions of better men than they."

Now read the entire article

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"Pessimism wilts everything around it."
Source: Bits & Pieces

Since the Republicans are out and can't be kicked around anymore over Iraq, where will the Democrats point their crooked fingers at, a mirror?

Need an example? Already women freedom fighters in Syria have cried foul saying that the rug has been pulled out from underneath them caused by Nancy Pelosi's arrogant visit. The hastily set up visit gave male Syrian leaders the impression that the West now legitimizes their issues against human rights, and that Bush no longer represented the American people.

Did NOW say a word? Of course not. That's because NOW and the Democrats are about power, not about rights of the common citizen.

 

Need more evidence of the damage from Secular Progressives?

"Many Germans and Dutch, apparently, did not wait for Broder’s advice. The number of emigrants leaving the [4] Netherlands and [5] Germany has already surpassed the number of immigrants moving in. [emphasis mine - anchoress]

One does not have to be prophetic to predict, like Henryk Broder, that Europe is becoming Islamic. Just consider the demographics. The number of Muslims in contemporary Europe is estimated to be 50 million. It is expected to double in twenty years.

By 2025, one third of all European children will be born to Muslim families. Today Mohammed is already the most popular name for new-born boys in Brussels, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, and other major European cities." . . . read more and weep

 

 

 

 

 

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