Monday, June 25, 2007

From - Bold Emphasis Mine

dhim·mi (dm or zm) - A Qur'anic term that refers to a subjugated non-Muslim person living in a society dominated by Muslims. Second-class status is confirmed by the legal system and dhimmis do not share the rights of their Muslim rulers. (ex. of use: "Hey Jimmy, if you want to be a dhimmi, then you'd better learn how to shimmy.")dhim·wit (dmwt ) - A non-Muslim member of a free society that abets the stated cause of Islamic domination with remarkable gullibility or guile. A dhimwit is always quick to extend sympathy to the very enemy that would take away his or her own freedom (or life) if given the opportunity.

May 2007 Dhimwit: Ron Paul
Ron Paul, helping terrorists feel good about themselves.
Terrorists usually don't start out as terrorists. They are mostly just dedicated Muslims who come to believe that their religion is under attack, or that some power is targeting Muslim civilians because they are Muslim. From there, it is an easy transition to justifying violence, since that was the unequivocal command of Islam's prophet.Islamic terrorism is fueled by misinformation. The new al-Qaeda recruits in Iraq, for example, are drawn there based on false propaganda, particularly the lie that Americans are deliberately targeting Muslim civilians in Iraq (rather than spilling their own blood to protect Iraqis). Through the wonders of Islamic indoctrination, these young religious devotees are then skillfully manipulated into carrying out the very massacres against civilians that they were supposedly motivated to stop.Obviously, the key to stopping Islamic terrorism (and saving Muslim lives) is to counter rumor with truth, thus cutting the flow of terror recruits. Needless to say, terrorist recruiters would love Ron Paul, the sort of American dhimwit who supplies anti-Americanists with their most effective propaganda. Paul, a Republican Congressman from Texas is currently running for President and hoping to make a big splash with such performances as his debate earlier in the month with Rudolph Giuliani over whether 3,000 Americans got what they deserved on 9/11."They attack us because we've been over there. We've been bombing Iraq for 10 years. We've been in the Middle East [for years]"At the same time, Paul also panders to 9/11 conspiracy theorists, fueling their paranoia by telling them that they can't trust the government. (Nothing says "genuine" like the Man telling you that you can't trust the Man). Of course, if Ron Paul wants to start acting like a real man, then he should stand up and speak truthfully about America's so-called "intervention" in Iraq, instead of encouraging the misconception that the U.S. is there to harm Iraqis. Over 3,000 U.S. troops have died to give a Muslim nation a terrific opportunity to rise above dictatorship and corruption, but you wouldn't know if from listening to this man, who merely tells the terrorists what they want to hear - in turn, getting more Iraqis and Americans killed. Muslim lives are of little concern to Ron Paul. This "humanitarian" has the distinction of being one of the most vocal opponents of impeding the Islamic Republic of Sudan's sovereign right to massacre black African villagers by the hundreds of thousands in Darfur. The victims had the bad fortune not to be born American, the only race that appears to count in Paul's book.Ethnocentric jingoist?


Dhimwit of the Month.

Oh, definitely!