Friday, September 25, 2009
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Killian Duke, hero of my graphic novel, The Infidel, stepping out with his Pigman t-shirt.
Once more, Pigman's chest symbol mainly signifies 9-11. The left side of the red 'S', together with the left tower makes out a 9, with both towers making out an 11, for 9-11. Also, the 'S' can stand for September with the towers as 11. Another image the symbol makes is the dollar sign, since Pigman is most definitely a Capitalist Pig. And in the old superhero tradition, S is also for Super. I also have two small dents on the right tower, meant to be a 3, that along with the 9 makes for 93, which is meant as an homage for the heroes of flight 93, but can also be be taken as acknowledging the first WTC attack on 1993. Pigman also has a scarred pentagon on his right shoulder, because I think we tend to forget about the losses at the Pentagon on 9-11.
Thursday, September 17, 2009
Patriot Web Stores has taken on Pigman t-shirts & hats, among other designs of mine.
So I invite you all to visit my store on their site:
Bosch Fawstin Designs
And below is a breakdown of the meaning behind Pigman's chest symbol:
Pigman's chest symbol mainly signifies 9-11. The left side of the red 'S', together with the left tower makes out a 9, with both towers making out an 11, for 9-11. Also, the 'S' can stand for September with the towers as 11. Another image the symbol makes is the dollar sign, since Pigman is most definitely a Capitalist Pig. And in the old superhero tradition, S is also for Super. I also have two small dents on the right tower, meant to be a 3, that along with the 9 makes for 93, which is meant as an homage for the heroes of flight 93, but can also be be taken as acknowledging the first WTC attack on 1993. Pigman also has a scarred pentagon on his right shoulder, because I think we tend to forget about the losses at the Pentagon on 9-11.
Monday, September 14, 2009
Here's the latest excuse from a leftist rag that engages in media malpractice, only when shamed into giving one, due to their ideological inability to report on the Van Jones story:
“This is not an excuse,” the managing editor of The New York Times said after offering the following excuse for completely missing the Van Jones story, except in a blog post: “Our Washington bureau was somewhat short-staffed during the height of the pre-Labor Day vacation period.”
Sunday, September 13, 2009
"In a world where men fly planes into towers and are celebrated as heroes by the vile culture that breeds them, we need a new kind of hero that symbolizes our battle against such evil. An icon against jihad who does the right thing no matter how bad it looks, and who brings an unprecedented ruthlessness to a ruthless enemy. A hero who is a great villain to all those who had a good day on 9/11/01. Ready or not, here comes Pigman." -from my intro to ProPiganda
Friday, September 11, 2009
Thursday, September 10, 2009
From my intro to ProPiganda:
"Though I was born into a Muslim family, I became interested in Islam only after 9/11/01, when 19 Muslims murdered 2,996 human beings in the name of Islam. Those who always gave a damn for the truth did their homework and found out for themselves what Islam really meant before they said one word about it. But then there were the politicians and the ideologues. Even before the smoke cleared, Western politicians and intellectuals who knew nothing about Islam couldn't wait to exonerate it by uttering the anti-reality check of our time, 'Islam means peace.' This ensured that a rational response to jihad by those in power would be sold out for ideas such as political correctness, multiculturalism and moral relativism. And though we have come to expect most of our politicians to be unprincipled whores, if enough of us were willing to know what must be known about those who would wipe us out, we could pressure these hacks to actually do their job. Instead, our culture's willful ignorance about Islam and its jihad has allowed our leaders to do just enough to give us the impression that they're defending us. It's as if they've decided that, while the protection of America is optional, the defense of Islam is absolute."
Nine years later and the enemy remains undefeated, while Islam continues to infect our lives in ways we never would have imagined in a post-9/11 world. Islam began contaminating the world when Mohammad decided that his sword was mightier than Allah's word, and what began by the sword can only end by the sword. But today, we're losing the battle on all fronts. The enemy has a righteous evil animating it, and will stop at nothing to get its way, while those in charge of our defense are politicians who will stop at everything, constantly avoiding what needs to be said and done, and looking to make deals with devils at every turn. We are encouraging this objectively weak enemy to continue its march against us. And while the enemy is being true to Islam, we are not being true to our way of life. Unless we decide that we want to live more than they want to kill us, this war against us will go on as it has, until the enemy is strong enough to hit us harder than they did on 9/11/01. Tragically, it appears it will come to that, but I think this will also precipitate the beginning of the end of Jihad, of Sharia Law and, finally, of Islam itself.
This is my take on a great piece by John David Lewis for The Objective Standard:
Obama's Atomic Bomb:
The Ideological Clarity of the Democratic Agenda
I see "the World" infiltrating America more than ever through Obama, with all of its fundamentally Un-American values being foisted on us. America is not 'The World", and it never was. It is unique among all countries that have ever existed in history, but B.O. seems hellbent to make us just like the rest of the world. But being Obama, he overlooked the American people, who seem as hellbent on not letting him get away with it, and who will, it looks more and more everyday, end up saving America from "The World."