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Stick it to the atheist-Man again!

Two designs now available on my new “Faith” page: the Crusader Crest and Deus Vult.

One man’s Freedom-fighter is another’s Evil-Christian-colonizer…these two researchers are very accesible (Robert Spencer and J. Stephen Roberts) if you’d like to get a more accurate history of the lead-up-to and prosecution-of The Crusades.

Here, in a nutshell, is why Islam must be opposed.



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Printed on a Bella+Canvas® 3001, Men’s (M) in “Oxblood Black”

 

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Posted in Collectivists, Diversity, Faith, Graphic Design, Islam, Liberty, Muslim Correctness, progressives, T-shirts

Stick it to the atheist-Man, comrades

Two new shirts now available, Deus Vult and the Crusader Crest.

One man’s Faith is another’s Folly…except for Islam, which is the slow suicide-of-The-West cut by cut by 33,306 cuts (since 9-11 alone) and which will be our utter and forever extinction, unless enough of us wake up.

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For all the Daughters-of-Europa, especially those who’ve forgotten they are one

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Does the fighting-spirit always resurface when conditions require it? It appears so.

When I watched THIS #120db (120 decibels) video, I realized they were speaking to me as well as to their sisters in Europe at the proclamation, “We are the daughters of Europa!” My foremothers (and forefathers) came from England, France, and the Netherlands. To be honest, probably a couple of other locales fed my family tree, as well. What a betrayal if I turn my back on my roots, my people.

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My design had to be aggressive, so I looked at Europe’s great national crests and in the end was most inspired by Poland’s. It just so happens they are one of the few countries fighting to preserve themselves against the tsunami of smartphone wielding “refugees” overwhelming Europe. I took many liberties with it, especially modifying it to reflect a desire for Peace, symbolized by the pen-point feathers, combined with the willingness for War if the attempt at peace should fail (swords visible over both shoulders).

America may have split from Britain nearly 250 years ago, but many of us descended from those British upstarts will always have more in common with the “spirit” of Europe than with cultures to the south of America.

SI VIS PACEM, PARA BELLUM!


It’s in my Teespring store now.

Posted in feminism, Hollywood, Islam, Liberty, Motherhood, Muslim Correctness, Political Correctness, Politics, Women, Writing

To avoid offending #Islam, how far into the sand will (@MargaretAtwood &) The #HandmaidsTale stick its pretty little head?

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It was January 14, 2017, when I discovered a new version of  “The Handmaid’s Tale” was scheduled to air this year. Since I was still weeks away from finishing the first draft of my new novella, “An Election Carol,” I hated that I couldn’t drop everything and fire off a fictional response-volley towards Margaret Atwood’s 1986 novel.

UNLESS the new trailers are depicting a satire, it will certainly demand a response…

Atwood’s entire premise was delusional in 1986’s America, but today? Even more so. Think back to the mid-1980’s: America’s most well-known Christian organization, The Moral Majority, never had all that much political pull, despite all the hullabaloo. Even Wikipedia reveals it was kaput by the late-80’s. And as for the 2016 election and the feared Fourth-Reich with Trump-hitler at the helm? We can all see the neo- “con” that’s turning out to be…

“The Handmaid’s Tale,” was a first for me – I call it Christian-Theocracy-Porn (the film version of “V-for-Vendetta,” fits the genre, also). I expect this 2017 version to get fairly graphic; it will be easy to incorporate a number of the handmaidens’ bedroom scenes, and it makes perfect Hollywood-sense to do so. “50 Shades…” has shown there’s a big appetite among the Western world’s women for coercive sex. The Hulu trailers on YouTube have already provided a couple of quote-gems:

  • “Ofglen” actress, Alexis Biedel: “She’s not afraid. She’s not as terrified as maybe she should be…” [Right. Only thing is, all young women of-a-certain-age in the West ought to be afraid. Not of Christians, but of the powers that be, who are facilitating a Muslim-invasion of their countries, at this very moment!]
  •  The protagonist-Handmaid: “I had another name, but it’s forbidden now…so many things are forbidden now…My name is Offred and I intend to survive.” [Hey, Hulu, too bad you’re part of the problem. If only more German and Swedish and British and American young women were recognizing this now…in time to prevent the loss of our civil-societies to Islamic supremacists. But, na-a-ah. Fear monger about Christians.]

With my novella’s final edits getting accepted today, I’m free to man the battle-stations and pull out my reviewer’s notebook for the Hulu “porno” premiere tonight. I just can’t wait to see how bravely they step out and how boldly they step into the Handmaiden-shoes Hollywood has let collect dust for nearly 30 years.

BUT, BUT, BUT…How will the writers and producers dare take New Testament Bible Scriptures in vain? Don’t they fear sleeper-cells of mad-Christian-men? Are they prepared to fight off Chalie Hebdo style anti-free-speech fanatics, like in Paris? And just how far over backwards will the “creatives” at Hulu have to bend, all to avoid creating any resemblance to the actual world of “disturbed” Islamics we live in…and where we get run over…and sliced-up, and blown-up, and every-which-way-murdered?

We non-Muslims, we so-called infidels, have suffered more than 30,000 attacks by “misunderstanders of Islam” since September 11, 2001. Just how far into the sand will “The Handmaid’s Tale” stick its pretty little head in order to avoid all of that truth?

I guess we’ll see.