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Thursday, March 27, 2014

Treating Cancer

by Sam Huntington

Malignant neoplasis is a broad range of diseases involving the unregulated growth of cells. We also call this cancer. In cancer, cells divide and grow uncontrollably, forming malevolent tumors, which invade nearby parts of the human body. There are over 200 different cancers known to detrimentally affect tumors.

There is also another cancer that threatens human societies. We call this malevolence Islam. If one is paying attention (note: I have never made this assertion), then one cannot help but notice how busy Moslems have been over the past fourteen hundred years—and that no matter where these people go in the world, they destroy or vilify everything they touch. In short order, they transform beauty into crude ugliness; they destroy innocence and horrify people in the name of their satanic god and its primary spokesman —a pedophile named Mohammed.

As one might expect after fourteen centuries of mayhem, Moslems become quite proficient in their destructive behavior —and all inclusive. They destroy human beings, their homes, their farms, their communities, their once-beautiful cities, cultural centers, their churches, and great libraries. They murder, rape, and enslave everyone who is not exactly like them, or any person who fails to submit to the will of Satan. It doesn’t even matter who they murder: male, female, infants, toddlers, young adults, the elderly and the infirm —people of all colors, and those of all political persuasions. The one common denominator is that these people who become the targets of Moslem terror do not deserve such calamity.

With cancer, medical professionals seek to manage the tumors, and eradicate them in a number of ways—from chemotherapy and radical surgery to radiation—the goal of which is to kill the cells that wreak havoc upon the affected. And there are other treatments, too, such as Palliative Care, where treatments only seek to make the diseased feel better without directly addressing the disease. Usually, the patients of palliative care die ...

In spite of this plague, which is Islam, political leaders in western societies appear to favor Palliative Care over more meaningful strategies, and as a consequence, large groups of people are made to suffer unheard of mortifications, from the removal of heads for display on televised media, to the wholesale murder of innocents.

Moslem behavior is a mindless barbarism. In our own lifetime, we can point to the destruction of several cities that were once an inheritance from antiquity. Beirut was once the center of intellectual thought in the Middle East, a beautiful tourist destination, and a haven for finance. Today, Beirut looks remarkably like Detroit, or any other Negro section of a large American city; pick one: New Orleans, Baltimore, New York’s Harlem, Southside Chicago. It is a shambles, and it is disgusting.

Have you seen pictures of Syria lately? As with Beirut, Syrian cities are being destroyed one neighborhood at a time, in the name of Allah. Moslem cruelty imposed upon the innocents is incomprehensible, and yet no one does anything about it. The notion appears to be that if political leaders leave the Moslems alone, maybe these miscreants will leave us alone. It is nothing if not shortsighted.

And why is it, exactly, that Moslems visit so much viciousness upon others? Why do they destroy everything they touch? The answer is clear —this is what they do.

For me, it doesn’t matter so much why they behave as barbarians. What matters is that no one in the west seems interested in doing anything about it. They prefer instead to offer the patient palliative treatments, rather than meaningful procedures —such as radical surgery or focused radiation. And, as a consequence, the patient (tens of thousands of innocents) is made to suffer great humiliation and death. Once again, the United Nations reveals itself as a waste of money and valuable space in New York City.

It is time we began treating the cancer of Islam responsibly; it is time western powers began to address a meaningful treatment protocol—one focused more on eradicating this disease, and less on shoving sunshine up everyone’s posterior in an effort to convince them that all is well. All is not well. In spite of our lethargy addressing Islam in a meaningful way, I do predict that one day, responsible leaders will begin to do the right thing for their people: they will undertake to completely eradicate the cancer that is Islam. It is the only guaranteed treatment of the virulent disease.


  1. Related information: the conviction of Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff (in Austria). Excerpt from the link:

    Sabaditsch-Wolff's Kafkaesque legal problems began in November 2009, when she presented a three-part seminar about Islam to the Freedom Education Institute...


    ...Sabaditsch-Wolff says her comments were not made in a public forum because the seminars were held for a select group of people who had registered beforehand.

    More importantly, many of the statements attributed to Sabaditsch-Wolff were actually quotes she made directly from the Koran and other Islamic religious texts. ...

    More at the above link.

  2. Rome didn't concern themselves with the Visigoths either. How did that work out? Now the Muslims have infiltrated our inner sanctums of government. No Trojan horse for them. Our doors remain wide open. Sadly, most of us know the ending. One needs only to read a bit of history.

  3. " I keep wondering where the good muslims are"

    What's the Muslim word for cemetery? Or do they even have such-a-thing?

  4. Quick name something good islam has done for the world. tick tock

  5. "Quick name something good islam has done for the world".

    To the extent that Islam causes it's practitioners to kill each other off, the World becomes a better place!

    1. :) Hopefully, 529 in Egypt will be included in this concept.


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