There is no substitute for VICTORY.
Now I understand Our Guy's use of Pig Latin. KOINAY!
If there is NO JIHAD in all its forms, then there is NO ISLAM in malignant ascendancy.
John C,On your first post, right on, yet Bush has decided, by ignoring reality, that Democracy is the answer, as if it can Ever bypass the necessity of ending Jihad once and for all through devastating force. The entire world is going to pay for his refusal to see Islam As It Is, while he will likely remain personally immune to it. Being the most powerful man on earth also makes him the most protected, both from the truth about Islam and from having to personally face the consequences of his follies after 9/11. That cowboy hat's a prop; did you see him holding that sword with the Saudis the other day? A disgrace.KOINAY, hah.I actually have written that down, literally, No JIHAD NO ISLAM. And it's absolutely the case. Mohammed knew that Islam would have died in the desert if he didn't cross the line and spread it by any means necessary. So in a real sense, Islam died when Jihad was born, that Islam as an ideology worth spreading through persuasion didn't cut it after 13 years of pulling it. It’s telling that he began to initiate war on others only after having the numbers to do so, and only when he conveniently got a green light from Allah, as was always the case with his ‘revelations.’ No doubt, he felt that Islam let him down as a means for a power grab, and so he created Jihad, his only True 'innovation' in religion. It was Jihad that was Islam’s true salvation, it’s lifeblood to this very day. Mohammed basically lost faith in Islam and found Jihad. It replaced whatever religious pretensions he claimed to have had, while strategically maintaining them, and it’s only the wiping out of Jihad once and for all that will pacify Islam.
Great graphic! Dark, ominous, and exactly what needs to happen. I have been listening to an excellent audio book series by Thomas F. Madden on the Crusades. It's amazing to hear how the Muslims bowled over everyone to take over / convert / kill millions upon millions. And they will never stop. I know this politically incorrect, but heaven knows we need some Crusaders today, willing to stand up and take BACK (not STEAL from... as alleged by the PC crowd) what the Muslims have stolen for centuries and continue to steal.Be the Pig!
Fellow Infidel,Thank you. Personally, I like the word crusade, not for religious reasons, but for a few others. One definition of it is:'any vigorous, aggressive movement for the defense or advancement of an idea, cause, etc.'Pigman is attacked as a Crusader by all of those who don't want us to wage a war against jihad: the jihadists, our media, our left, etc. And he doesn't mind the association in the least, for if anything he is associatiated with pisses off the enemy, it's a plus. If you recall, Bush used the term 'Crusade' right after 9/11 to describe our response and never used it again after our enemies were 'offended' by it. That's exactly Why Pigman embraces it. Again, it's Islam's conceit that any land that they sacked is theirs for all time, with a further conceit that All the earth is theirs anyway. Man, until we end 'The War on Terror' and begin The War Against Jihad, we're going to allow this enemy to think they have a chance, which is Very dangerous in the long run.
Hey bosch, awesome work as usual.Powerful and beautifully crafted.Just one question, I've seen the 'eacepay' theme in another post of yours. What is all behind it?Thanks, phuckie slum (in the ear).
phuckie slum,Thank you for the good words. Eacepay is Peace in Pig Latin.I don't like to spell things out too much, even if there's a chance not everyone will get it, as there have been a few who didn't.
Now that I learned what it is, excellent stuff.Fits in perfect!
Bosch, my friend, you know my thoughts on this one already, but worth every letter I type to repeat it. This is one magnificent piece. You, sir, are a Masterful talent!
Mike,Thank you my friend, I don't mind hearing it again if I do say so myself, Ha.
Would it be too far fetched to have Pigman take a leak on that grave?or Pigman haunting the Jihadi undead by brutally pulling them out of the ground by the neck?Just a thought. You're the artist!
phuckie slum,I think you'll find that Pigman's going to do things to the enemy that we haven't seen before.
Bosch,At first I had a hard time understanding what "EACEPAY" meant. But now I do. Genius. I think that the reason President Bush cannot call Islam what it is and call for a Secular Reformation is because we need all the help we can get in the war against Terror and/or Jihad. Please do not mistake this remark for a lack of faith in the abilities of our military, but understand that I have great confidence in them. I just don't see how it can hurt to have Allies in defense of our way of life. Granted that some of our Allies may not be up to the standards of some, but it might be more preferable to have them on our side that against us. You bring up many good points. But politics is a tricky business, at least from my point of view. If I were President, I may be able to call for a Reformation of Islam, but coming from me or Bush, I don't know what good it would do. What gives me hope is that there are some Muslims who want Reform of their faith, calling for tolerance and an end to Jihad. They just don't get as much coverage as those who follow the original word of Mohammed to the letter. I do not know what the future will hold. Only God dose. May he bless you for your work.HANKSTAY!
Godfrey of Utah,My problem with Bush regarding Islam is his saying even one word about it. He obviously hasn't done any homework on it, yet lies to himself and to us about its true nature. He's become an unforeseen weapon for the enemy. For them, having the most powerful infidel on earth playing interference regarding Islam's true nature is unexpected. But being the parasites they are, they'll take it. Bush is bringing his generous assumptions to a religion that has Never earned the benefit of the doubt. His job is to protect us, not to protect the reputation of a malevolent religion that fuels the Muslim murderers. And Bush's attitude has spread to the battlefield where he is protecting the lives of enemy civilians above the lives of American soldiers. The 'golden' rules of engagement that our soldiers are bound by are getting them unnecessarily hurt and killed in the name of defending hostile populaces in the Muslim world. Let me be clear, if we can avoid unnecessarily killing civilians, we should. If we can't, most Especially if the case is that a terrorist we've targeted has holed himself up with his family. We cannot pretend to care more about the family of a terrorist than he does. HE has endangered them and if it's the only way to get him, so be it. The Terrorist is using his family as a shield and should pay for it, if there’s no way around it. Letting him go is not an option. We’re at war or we’re not. Attempting to build democracies in war zones is crippling our war effort. And the enemy remains undefeated. Bush has gambled that war can be bypassed in the name of compassion and democracy and we will all pay for it in the future.Thank you for your final sentiment, I do appreciate it, but for the record, I don't believe in God and I sure as hell don't believe in Allah, but I do believe in good and all that follows from that.
Good god.God's good.Close enough.
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