Brian Kotowski

Brian Kotowski 2 days, 23 hours ago on Steamboat briefs: Seminars at Steamboat talk features views on terrorism

ISIS' Message To The Pope: This Means War

"The fact is that even if you stopped bombing us, throwing us in jail, torturing us, to humiliating and driving you us out of our land, we would continue to hate you, because the main raison of our hatred will not disappear as long as you have not embraced [Religious affiliation deleted]. Even if you had to pay the jizyah [tax for infidels] and live under the authority of [Religious affiliation deleted] in humiliation, we would continue to hate you.”

Can't mention their religious affiliation of course. That would be bigoted. Plus, Western Meddling ©. And Building 7.


Brian Kotowski 1 week ago on Steamboat briefs: Seminars at Steamboat talk features views on terrorism

" make you so scared of someone that is different than you?" Nice straw man; ascribing convictions to me that I've never held or expressed. I believe our Christian friends would call that "bearing false witness." Heathens like me may simply be inclined to dismiss you as a liar.

I'm not frightened of Islamofreaks any more than I would have been of the Reconstruction-era Klan. Both are malignant; eradicating (or at a minimum, defending against) that kind of malevolence seems unreasonable only to you.

Preezy's own security apparatus has disclosed that A) we can't vet ANY of the Sryians he wants to import, and B) ISIS has targeted that population as its opportunity to strike against the Great Satan. You and your ilk are willing to roll those dice. Me and my ilk are not.

PS: I have forgotten more about Executive Order 9066 and the people it affected than you'll ever begin to comprehend.



Brian Kotowski 1 week, 1 day ago on Steamboat briefs: Seminars at Steamboat talk features views on terrorism

In moderate Pakistan, thousands of Hindu and Christian girls, many under the age of 18, are being abducted and forcibly converted to [Religious affiliation deleted] before they are coerced into marrying their captors, according to Pakistani activists.

So wrong of Brietbart to have included the religious affiliation of the perpetrators, so I removed it from the excerpt. Maybe I'll include that information after Chris takes a survey of American police blotters and shares the reports of Hindus & Christians abducting thousands of girls into sexual slavery, in the name of God Almighty and His only begotten son Jesus Christ. It's only fair.


Brian Kotowski 1 week, 2 days ago on Steamboat briefs: Seminars at Steamboat talk features views on terrorism

Andres Serrano (Piss Christ) and Marin Scorsese (The Last Temptation Of Christ) are living the dream. Salman Rushdie, not so much. He's still in hiding with his bodyguards, cowering under a death sentence on charges of blasphemy. That sentence was imposed nearly 30 years ago by the Iranian theocracy. It has never been disputed or challenged by India, the “moderate” Muslim nation from which Rushdie derives his ancestry and Muslim faith. That comparison alone illustrates how our culture is not just different from theirs – it's better than theirs. Anyone unwilling to judge that our rule of law is superior to their theocratic bull$h!+ is either a fanatic or a fool.

There is no Christian analogue to Sharia law of the sort enforced by the House of Saud (whom Tricky, Gerry, Jimmah, Raygun, Daddy Bush, Slick Willie, Jr, Preezy & Hill have all anointed as “moderate”). Nor a Western parallel to UN Resolution 62-154, which calls upon the entire world to criminalize any and all criticism of Islam. Its signatories include all 56 members of the Organisation of the Islamic Conference. Not just a handful of lunatics in a cave, not just Yemen or Iran, but every Muslim nation on earth – including those whom our elites promise are “moderate.”

Those same elites and their vassals condemn observations like these as bigotry. In moderate Saudi Arabia, distributing Bibles will land you in one of their moderate prisons. Rejecting the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad will earn you a public beheading in Riyadh.

There is no Western/Christian equivalent to to any of that, despite your efforts to convince us otherwise.


Brian Kotowski 1 week, 2 days ago on Steamboat briefs: Seminars at Steamboat talk features views on terrorism


I happily concede that the vast majority of the world's 1.6 billion Muslims are peaceful people, and that they are irrelevant - at best.

Most Germans were peaceful. Fewer than 10% were members of the Nazi party. But the minority drove the agenda and 60 million people died, despite the peaceful majority.

The vast majority of Russians were peaceful, and were powerless to impede Stalin's slaughter of 20 million. The peaceful majority were irrelevant.

The vast majority of Japanese were peaceful, but the minority butchered its way across southeast Asia anyway and murdered 10 million people. The peaceful majority were irrelevant.

On 9-11 there were 2 million Arab Muslims in the United States. 19 (0.0009%) of them brought this country to its knees. The peaceful majority were irrelevant.

With the debatable exception of the Japanese, the current enemy is singular in the same way it's always been: religious zealotry. Even more worrisome is that their zealotry is not isolated or marginalized – as the Westboro Baptist Inbreds are in our world. When clear majorities of Muslims across the world believe Sharia law is the way to go & death is the appropriate penalty for apostasy and blasphemy (the latter can include, but is not limited to: adultery, sorcery, writing a book, marrying the wrong person, drawing a cartoon, homosexuality), not only does the Muslim world at large have something in common with ISIS – it has too much in common with ISIS.