Friday, December 30, 2005

    Woman Of The Year

    While Times has their picks for person or people of the year I have chosen the Woman Of The Year. This might be her last full year to grace the living since she has terminal cancer. Hillary Clinton you ask? No, this is a woman of integrity and honesty.

    Oriana Fallaci is an Italian journalist and author and more lately known for speaking out against the evils of Islam. All her life she has been a fighter for freedom and a member of the resistance in WW2.

    It was after 9/11 that she took her strongest critical stance of Islam and authored numerous books exposing their evil goals. Muslims around the world have been trying to silence her and ban her writings.

    In the words of David Horowitz at the Annie Taylor Award:
    "We are gathered here tonight," announced David Horowitz, "to honor a warrior in the cause of human freedom."
    So while liberals of our nation are going out of their way to protect Islamic terrorists and provide them with their own set of special interest group rights to destroy us, Oriana Fallaci stands out as a dying breed that thought nothing of fighting for freedom. A couple of worthy quotes from her:
    Hate? "Yes, I do hate the bin Ladens and the Zarqawis. I do hate the bastards who burn churches in Europe. I hate the Chomskys and Moores and Farrakhans who sell us to the enemy. I hate them as I used to hate Mussolini and Hitler. For the cause of freedom, this is my sacrosanct right."
    "There is not," she asserted, "good Islam or bad Islam. There is just Islam. And Islam is the Qur'an. And the Qur'an is the Mein Kampf of this movement. The Qur'an demands the annihilation or subjugation of the other, and wants to substitute totalitarianism for democracy. Read it over, that Mein Kampf."
    Best wishes to you, Oriana Fallaci, and thank you for your life of fighting for freedom! Unconvinced readers can check out The List of Islamic terror attacks for the past 12 months - including today.

    Best wishes to my readers - over 20,000 now. Have a happy and safe transition into 2006!

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