Short history of Pa. Military College, Widener University ROTC, and 2nd Lieutenant, John lance Geoghegan

For my paper, I will be discussing the history of Widener University from its founding days to the present. I will also be focusing on Vietnam soldier, John Geoghegan, KIA.
The Vietnam war and Vietnam Veterans have received much attention over the decades since the ending of that war. But not much is known about the men who fought the good fight to save South Vietnam from Communism. Whether the US involvement was right or wrong is up to debate but one thing that can not be debated is the courageousness of young Americans fighting a very difficult war to the best of their ability despite negative press at home.
These young Americans were men of integrity and honor. Like their predecessors, many put themselves in harm’s way to save or offer comfort to their fellow soldiers as was the case with John Geoghegan.
It was The Pennsylvania Military college that John Geoghegan attended. Today it is known to us as Widener University. While this University enjoys a great academic reputation, it also has a great military school legacy. Over its long history, the University had quite a few name changes.
In 1821, John Bullock established the Bullock School for Boys, to prepare young men
for “entry to college” (widener university/vision & history, http://www.widener . edu/about/vision_history/
In 1846, Samuel Alsop became headmaster and the school’s name was changed to Alsop School for Boys. And, then In 1853, the school’s name was changed once again to Hyatt’s Select School for Boys. Theodore Hyatt ran the school. It was Hyatt who introduced military style discipline so that the boys could “develop the muscles, expand the chest , and impart an erect gentlemanly carriage..” (http://www. oldchesterpa.com/schools-pmc-museum.htm.)
The school was incorporated under the charter of the Wilmington Literary Institute as the Delaware Military Academy (DMA).
Later, the school moved to West Chester, Pa and the name changed again to the Pennsylvania Military Academy (PMA). It was in 1868, that the academy made its last and final move to Chester, Pennsylvania.
General Charles Hyatt, son of Theodore Hyatt, applied for collegiate status which was granted . It was that year that the academy became known as The Pennsylvania Military College (PMC). Modeled after West point, the all male school thought of PMC as the “West Point of Pennsylvania.” (http://www. oldchesterpa.com/schools-pmc-museum.htm.)
Anti war propaganda and demonstrations took its toll on military schools throughout the US. PMC was no exception. To boast enrollment, women and civilians where enrolled at he Penn Morton College which was a counterpart of PMC. The two institutions later combined and became the Penn Morton College and the Pennsylvania Military College.
In 1972, the Pennsylvania Military College became Widener College, after the famous Widener family of Philadelphia. In 1979, it was granted university status. Today, Widener University has campuses in Harrisburg and Exton. It has schools of law and nursing. It has extensive civil, electrical, chemical, biochemical and mechanical disciplines that have their roots extending all the way back to Colonel George Patten, who was the first to establish an engineering program when the Pennsylvania Military Academy was in existence.
Although, Widener continues to expand academically, it has not forgotten its illustrious heritage. On its main campus, the Pennsylvania Military College museum is dedicated to the history and traditions of the men who were trained and educated at PMC.
Widener hosts Army ROTC activities at the Abington and Brandywine campuses of the Pennsylvania State University, Neumann University, Villanova University, and West Chester University, Widener’s Army ROTC program is open to male and females. Its Military Science department offers programs in leadership development through study and practicums, to be taken in conjunction with student’s selected academic major. (http:// www.widener.edu/about/vision-history/)
When the ROTC requirements are fulfilled for a baccalaureate degree, the student may receive a commission as a second lieutenant and can receive an assignment with the Active or Reserve forces of the US Army. (http:// www.widener.edu/about/vision-history/)
There are three ways to participate in the Army ROTC. One way is s a participating student. A student can enroll for Military Science class only. They are not cadets. They do not participate in activities outside the classroom. Another way to participate is to enroll as a cadet. This is the most common mode of participation. As cadets, they fully participate in the ROTC. They take military classes, physical fitness training, leadership labs, and field training. They wear the Army uniform to all ROTC functions and adhere to military customs and standards. Another way of participation is to be a contracted cadet. These cadets are full participants in the ROTC and are obligated to future military service.
Widener University also offers a two year ROTC program for students transferring from junior colleges. Before being accepted into the two year ROTC program, the student must receive credit for the basic ROTC course or attend a four week Army ROTC leader’s training course (LTC), prior to starting junior year. Widener also has an Army ROTC scholarship program available to high school students.
(http://www.widener.edu/about/vision-history/)
Widener’s Dauntless Battalion is made up of students from Widener University, (headquarters an A company), Villanova University (B company), Penn State University – Abington (C company), West Chester University (D Company), Cheyney University, Penn State University (Brandywine), Neumann University, immaculate University. Students at the above universities take Military Science classes at their institutions and train with Dauntless Battalion. Dauntless Battalion traces its roots back to the Pennsylvania Military College and the Freedom and Pioneer Battalions. You can follow the Dauntless Battalion on Facebook.
Widener University has a distinguished list of men who served their country. On such man was Henry C. Robinett, a graduate of the then Delaware Military Academy led a Union artillery battery. He and his men defended a strategic position at the Battle of Corinth, Mississippi. The Widener ROTC, “Battery Robinett” is named in Robinett’s honor. Lieutenant William John Wolfgram died in WW ll. He earned a Bronze star. Widener’s Wolfgam Memorial library is named in his honor. (http:// www.widener.edu/about/vision-history/)
Tens of thousands of Americans sacrificed all for this country. They answered the call of duty while others cowered. One of those men was John Lance Geoghegan.
John, born November 10, 1941 in Pelham, NY, was the only son of John J. and Camille D. Geoghegan, He attended the Pennsylvania Military College and graduated as a U.S. Army second Lieutenant. He then obtained a two year deferment from the Army to attend the University of Pennsylvania where he received a Masters degree in International Relations.
On June 13, 1964, he married Barbara Weathers. Afterwards, he took part in a relief program in Tanganyika, Africa. It was there that he headed a school lunch program that fed over 120, 000 children a day. Jack and his wife, Barbara traveled throughout the country making sure supplies from the United States were getting to their destination. After his two-year commitment was over, the Geoghegans headed back home. Afterwards, Jack was assigned to the 1st Battalion, 7th Cavalry after completing the Infantry Officers Basic Course.
The Battle of la Drang, Vietnam was fought November 14-18, 1965. It was the American Army’s first major battle with the Viet Cong and one of its bloodiest. When the 1st squadron, 7th cavalry landed into a clearing in the la Drang Valley, they were quickly surrounded by 2,000 North Vietnamese soldiers. The Vietnamese wanted to engage the Americans because they were desperate to learn how to deal with American firepower from Helicopters, which were being used for the first time.
During the commissioning ceremony at Widener University, May 14, 2009, the guest speaker, Brig. Gen. Frederick Hodges, Deputy Chief of the legislative liaison for the office of the secretary of the Army in Washington DC reminded the cadets of the importance of completing the mission and leading their soldiers. Brig. General Hodges personally knew Second Lieutenant, John Lance Geoghegan whom was affectionately known as “Jack.” “My friend, Jack was the top cadet and President of our class. He was a man of integrity and character, one of the most distinguished military students in the entire nation in 1963.” (http://broomstickstobattlefield.blogspot.com/2009/05/commissioning-ceremony-widener.)
According to the Brig. General Hodges, former President and five star General, Dwight D. Eisenhower, reviewed the Pennsylvania Military College Corps before John “Jack” Geoghegan’s commissioning ceremony. In return, “Jack” who was the Brigade Commander presented a ceremonial sabre to the former President “ and we, the Cadet Corps, were saluted and blessed by the Supreme Allied Commander of WWll, and President of the United States. (“http://broomstickstobattlefield.blogspot.com/2009/05/commissioning-ceremony-widener.)
The Brig. General praised John Lance Geoghegan as virtuous and noble man.
John lance Geoghegan who is portrayed in Mel Gibson’s “We were soldiers” was awarded posthumously the Bronze star with “V” and in 1997, through the efforts of General Moore, the Silver star. Jack was buried at St. Mary’s cemetery in Bethel, Connecticut on December 2, 1965. At his funeral, the honor guard from Pennsylvania Military College along with the college president came to pay tribute. (http:// www. Virtualwall.org/dg/GeogheganJLO1a.htm.)
John Geoghegan died when he was only 24 years old. He left behind a wife and a baby girl who was born just 2 months before he died. He was a husband and father but he was also a soldier who believed as most soldiers believed that what he was doing was for the good of his country. And, like so many other soldiers, he took an oath that he meant to keep, “To support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic, that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same… and that I will faithfully discharge the duties of the office upon which I am about to enter.”
The story of the Vietnam War is both tragic and heart wrenching, but for those who know its history know that American boys fought courageously in a foreign land against an ardent foe that was not afraid to die. Many American soldiers, most of whom were in their late teens to early 20’s ) suffered from dehydration, hunger, torture by the constant onslaught of insects, M-16’s that did not work properly and puny 5.56 mm cartridges that couldn’t stop a squirrel much less an enemy soldier. (Moore, H., & Galloway, J. L. We were Soldiers once…and young. Random House, 1992.)
Researching about young soldiers like John Geoghegan left me with a sense of pride and awe;.young men who in the gore of battle overcame terrible fear to assist or offer comfort to follow soldiers. It was during an attempt to help a wounded fellow soldier, Willie Godboldt, that John Geoghegan was killed. Willie Godboldt also was killed. (www. Virtualwall.org/dg/GeogheganJLO1a.htm)
At the Washington DC Vietnam War memorial are the names of all 305 soldiers killed at la Drang including John Geoghergan. They can be found on the third panel to the right of the apex, Panel-3 East, of the memorial. Jack’s name is at the Panel 3E, line 56. Godboldt is next to Jack’s. (www. Virtualwall.org/dg/GeogheganJLO1a.htm)
In September 1998, Randall Wallace, a screenwriter for WE WERE SOLDIERS ONCE…AND YOUNG wrote a touching letter to Jack’s widow, Barbara. In it, Randall Wallace writes, …Jack Geoghegan’s story is one that I find to be especially important, in that it seems to me to be representative of the finest and best spirit among the young Americans who went to Vietnam- either physically, as the soldier did or spiritually as families back home. Trying to capture that spirit is an almost mystical endeavor. (Wallace, R. letter to Barbara Geoghegan johns. www.Virtualwall.org/dg/GeogheganJLO1a.htm)
As the title of the best selling book by Retired Lt. General Hal Moore and Joe Galloway states, “We were Soldiers once …and young.” John Geoghegan was one of those soldiers who did not come home. He was young… and forever he will remain.

Moore, H., & Galloway, J. L. We were Soldiers once…and young. Random House, 1992.
http:// www. Virtualwall.org/dg/GeogheganJLO1a.htm.
http://www. oldchesterpa.com/schools-pmc-museum.htm.
http://broomstickstobattlefield.blogspot.com/2009/05/commissioning-ceremony-widener.

Islam’s God and Christianity’s God are the same God?

Days after 9-11, Pres. George Bush did a complete about face. He called off his “crusade” and pronounced Islam a “religion of peace.” The left was ecstatic. They grabbed the “religion of peace” rhetoric and took off running, propagandizing ignorant Americans with a sugar coated version of Islam that has so much in common with Christianity. Inner faith groups popped up almost over night pushing their multiculturalism and diversity agenda on the American public with a sinister glee. Even Catholic priests jumped on the band wagon offering their churches for Muslim prayer and inviting Muslims to celebrate Eid on church property.
Wolves in sheep’s clothing, Muslims are, and they know how to play on the hearts and minds of naive Americans; using deceit (Taqiya) and fantasy to create acceptance of a religion that hates the West to its very core. Maybe the Church and Inner faith groups think its chic doing what they are doing but there is nothing chic about Islam. Its a religion of hate and regression. To pass it off as something else is not only deceitful, its dangerous.
Unfortunately, Bush was given the wrong information about Islam because there is nothing peaceful about it. And, there absolutely no commonalty between Islam and Christianity. The “open arms” to Islam as a brother religion is nothing but a lie and its this type of lie that will bring ruin to Western civilization.
Both Islam and Christianity are touted as “Abrahamic” religions. Not true. Mohammed incorporated a lot of Christian and Judaic stories and traditions into his faith. But those borrowed traditions and stories were meant to legitimize Islam, nothing more. The main engine driving Mohammed’s faith is Arab paganism.
Jesus was a Jew so lots of Judaic principles, stories were incorporated into Christianity via the Old Testament. Byt the driving force behind Christianity is Zoroastrianism/Mitraism. The Trinity, the Holy Spirit, Holy communion, resurrection, original sin, the Messiah, heaven, angels, the lamb of God who will take away the sins of the world, and life everlasting are Zoroastrian/Mithraic. Painters throughout the centuries have depicted Jesus with a halo behind him- the halo represents the sun which is the symbol of Christianity. This is why Christians worship on Sunday- the day of the sun instead of the sabbath.
The Arabs were a people who lived a harsh life in the desert and so resorted to plundering and pillaging towns that bordered their territory to keep from starving. Over time, they became so aggressive in their raids, the Persians and Byzantines were forced to pay them vast amounts of money to keep them quiet. Theirs was a barbaric life that was lived by the sword. Even their women, it was claimed by ancient Persian historians, were just as mean as their men. It was this barbarism that Mohammed incorporated into his faith. Religion is a reflection of culture and Islam is most definitely a reflection of Arab culture just as Christianity is a reflection of Western culture. Islam’s symbol of the crescent moon was derived from the Meccan deities which were borrowed from pre-Islamic cultures. The symbol of the crescent moon prevalent in ancient Mesopotamia. can be found in many pre Islamic Persian artworks.
Liberals/ Leftists claim to believe in equality, and the Muslims saw an opportunity and jumped on it playing the part of a misunderstood victimized people. The irony is Muslims were never the victims, they were the victimizers. And they don’t believe in equality. They see themselves as being superior to all. So, equality between Christians and Muslims is a lie for Christians are considered a degree below a muslim and therefore are looked upon as sub human. Only Muslims are wholly human. This is why Muslims kill Christians with the same gusto as they would kill a camel or donkey. Christians are like the animals that roam the earth.
The left repeatedly says that Christians and Muslims share the same God. Thats a lie meant to disarm the American public.
All Muslims are equal before Allah because they are the slaves of Allah. They are a faceless (Ummah) community. In Christianity, all men are considered equal, too. But, for different reasons. All men are equal because they are created in God’s image. Within each human, is a piece of God’s divinity; the Holy Spirit which is the essence of God. “So God created man in his image, in the image of God, he created him, made male and female.” (Genesis 1:27). No such notion exists in Islam. Man was not created in Allah’s image. Allah is an entity in and of itself for “Nothing is like him,” (Surah 42:18). Muslims are not considered to be divine and therefore can never have a personal relationship with their God like Christians do. To even think such a thing could happen is blasphemy. Muslims have no need for logic and reasoning, either. They are told what to do by their Allah. By submitting to Allah, they surrender free will. To think, to reason, to use logic would imply that man has no need for Allah because Allah’s power is limited and that is unacceptable.
By undermining reason and logic, the foundations for freedom and conscience are subverted thereby making the Muslim free from responsibility. He can commit all the heinous acts he wants because he has no control over what he does. He has no conscious because he has no will. Evil is evil only when Allah forbids it. Unlike Christians, Muslims reject the idea that reason is supported by moral truth. According to Al Ghalzahli, man is incapable of reason, he incapable of understanding what is good for him and must be guided by Allah’s will. Only Allah has free will and can command what is good and evil. Reason has no significance only divine will does. And because of that “no obligations flow from reason but from the Shari’a.” In Christianity, a man is judged by his actions because its up to him to decide what he’s going to do. He makes his own choices. If he commits an evil act, he might experience guilt because he has a conscience. In Islam, there is no guilt because man has no control over his actions.
Then there is the issue of slavery – Islam and Christianity have vastly different views on this “peculiar institution.” In Islam, slavery is not only condoned but accepted. The founder of Islam not only owned slaves but traded them (according to the young Aisha). Throughout their history, Muslims depopulated entire regions to feed their hunger for slave labor. Large slave markets existed along the Mediterranean coast and North Africa. The Qur’an gives permission to take whatever your right hand possesses and Muslims have gleefully followed that Sura to the T. Christianity vehemently opposes slavery. Jesus unlike Mohammed did not own slaves. While there were many Christians who traded humans to the Muslim slavers, there were others who worked hard to save captives and stop slavery. St. Paul declared, All are one in Christ. “for by the Holy Spirit, we are all baptized into one body…” (Corinithians 12:13).
Not so with Islam. When Muslims speak of humanity, or oneness they are referring specifically to the Muslim community, ONLY. Since the time of Mohammed, Muslims have practiced religious apartheid. Unbelievers are to be separated, forced to wear distinctive clothing and be humiliated over and over again. They must adhere to Sharia laws, and pay the Jizyah (protection tax). They are forbidden ride a horse or to hit a Muslim even in self defense.
While Jesus may have said a few inappropriate things, he never preached war. He and his followers did not lead raids, slay men or rape women. Jesus lived in abject poverty yet he never resorted to plunder. He never harmed others and put his life in jeopardy to save a girl from stoning. He gained followers by preaching.
When the early Arab conquests were complete, and the ravening Muslim armies settled down (temporarily), a particular group of Muslim scholars were profoundly influenced by Hellenic philosophy and created a school of thought known as the Mu’tazalites. It was the Mu’tazalites who helped to create an open mindedness that gave rise to the much touted “golden age” of Islam. Sadly it was later rejected with a vengeance by the Ash’arite school that opposed free thinking. According to the Ash’arites, reason and logic are not needed because it is corrupted by man’s own self seeking. Blind acceptance is all that is required to be a true believing Muslim. It was this philosophy that has impacted Islamic religious dogma to this day and it is not to be trifled with as men like Muhammad Abduh who stated the Qur’an was man made, would learn to his detriment.
According to Ash’arite Islamic scholars, the Qur’an is uncreated. It is eternal as Allah is eternal. It can never be altered, to do so is blasphemy and that is punishable by death. In Islam, there is no questioning, only imitation, recitation and memorization. Revelation rather than reason is the guide of knowledge. “Blind obedience to God is the best evidence of our Islam.”
In Christianity, it is the opposite because man was created in God’s image. He is capable of reason and logic. Man, both male and female are endowed with FREE WILL.. Reasoning and logic are not viewed as a challenge to the Christian God. They are viewed as an expression of what God bequeathed to his children. All of us have heard of the Trinity- the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. But within Christianity, there is another Trinity and thats the Trinity of Reason.- God is reason, man is a manifestation of that reason, man’s reasoning enables him to comprehend God through revelation. By endowing man with reason, man is independent in his thoughts, and actions.
In Christianity as with Islam, God provided man with his eternal law but there is a great difference. The Christian God’s law often referred to as “natural” or “Divine” law was passed down to humanity as a guide for human conduct. Natural law is meant to provide safety to the citizen, and promote tranquility and happiness for humanity. They are not meant to be altered but can be because man has control of his own destiny. However, if Natural laws is altered, it can have serious consequences as we are seeing today.
Because reason and logic is so highly valued in the Christian world, Christians have been blessed with initiative, curiosity, individualism and imagination. Because of these attributes, they have created wonderful art, music, literature, and advancements in science, engineering, medicine and law that have rocked the world. Unfortunately, the same can not be said about Islam. Reason- is the enemy of Islam, and men must blindly follow the path set forth by Mohammed whom Muslims consider to be the perfect man. By rejecting reason and free will, Muslims have forfeited a wonderful future. They denounced modernity and the world passed them by. Lack of scholarship, innovation, imagination and critical thinking has caused great harm to Muslims and will have terrible consequences for us as Muslims continue pour into the West and force their religion and culture on our civilization.

I’m in good hands with the USCG

Wanted to write about a situation that occurred on Friday 9/12/14 at the Janes’ Island camp grounds,Crispin, MD. that involved the US Coast Guard.
I was out kayaking with my group. It was dusk and they separated from me. I knew I could never catch up to them so i decided to go back. It was growing dark but I wasn’t concerned because the boat launch was less than 3 miles away. It never occurred to me that there would be no lights to guide me and before I knew it, it was so dark I could barely see. Despite the little flashlight I had, I nearly slammed into a pier but swerved out of the way at the last minute. Then I overshot the launch (that had no lights) and kept paddling and paddling.
I figured I had misjudged the distance of the launch so I continued up the waterway. Hours went by and I started to panic, then I spotted a bonfire and heard men talking. I yelled as loud as I could but I was too far away for them to hear. Then I remembered my whistle that my friend had given me for emergencies like this.

I blew on the whistle as hard as I could and I caught their attention. All talk and music suddenly stopped and then someone shined a large light at my direction. I waved. I heard shouts and yelling then I saw a group of young men run to the dock. They climbed down a large plastic ski boat ramp, tossed me a rope and hauled my kayak in. They were very upset that I was out on the bay by myself and kept asking me over and over again if I was OK. I was never in any danger but I know things can go wrong very quickly when you are on open water, and I appreciated their concern and kindness.

It was a great feeling to know I was in good hands. The men apparently were enjoying a get together for a few days- US Coast Guard reservists and retired when I just happened to come paddling by- LOL! They sprang to action without hestiation. What a great bunch of guys.

Not one to forget a kindness, I showed my appreciation the next day. I brought over 2 dozen deviled eggs- one of my specialities. My rescuers said, “Ah, Miss, you didn’t have to do that!” Then proceeded to help themselves. They pronounced the deviled eggs delicious and ate them right up. LOL.

The empires of Islam rose on the back of Christendom

The Ottomans never achieved greatness on their own accord. They were nomads and as nomads they engaged in the art of rape, plunder and pillage just like their Muslim brothers- the Tartars, Mongols and Arabs. They committed genocide against the indigenous Christian populations even when as they were forced to pay the jizyah tax that forced many into conversion because they could no longer pay. The Turks stole little boys and turned them into mindless killing machines AKA Janissaries or after cutting off their testicles and tops of their penises sold these unfortunate boys as homosexual slaves- if they survived their mutilations (most didn’t). The Ottomans turned once thriving, literate regions from Anatolia to the Balkans into intellectual bloodstained wastelands. They stole and raped without remorse because under Sharia the non Muslim has no recourse in a court of law. Only a Muss is wholly human and so non Muslim are considered sub human and were subjected to the same abuse as an animal of burden. The tales of impalement, burning at the stake, gang rapes at church altars, using Christian children as prey to hunt, throat cutting, and other horrors are well documented but alas ignored by the West. And, that’s unfortunate because the Muslim looks at them in the same way they look at the Eastern Christian. Shame, the West can’t comprehend the enormity of Islamic evil. If they only could then maybe they could still save themselves, but they won’t until its too late.
The Muslim is evil. He’s cruel because he has no heart and the Turk is the most cruel of all the Muslims. It was the marauding Turks attacking mostly at night who struck terror into the hearts of Christians. They were the true vampires and werewolves.

By the 17th century, the Turk caliphate was dying but its buddy, the British saved it so Russia could be kept at bay. The Brits even modernized Turkey’s navy and provided them with the most up to date military equipment so that the blood sucking Turks could better hunt down Armenian children (and their Moms and Dads) The empires of Islam were built on the Muslim terror, and the tears, heartbreak and broken backs of Christians. There is no future for Islam without its host, Christianity. The Turks don’t have a people to stand on- so no empire.

How can we win against an enemy, our gov’t won’t name?

How can we fight a war that the gov’t and the media refuses to name? Why are they holding back? Maybe they have an agenda, too and that involves empowering this enemy so it will prevail. Its not hard to name an enemy that has declared war on you and is making advancements daily. that enemy the gov’t/media refuses to name is Islam. Yes, people. Islam is our enemy and they are beating us. Not because they are better fighters or a better people. They are winning because they know who they are. They know what they stand for.They have a God that empowers them to do the evil that they do. Our problem is we don’t have a God that is strong enough to over power their God. The power of our God was diluted a long time ago by the push for secularism. Our core faith has been deliberately shattered and that had left us culturally/morally/spiritually broken. We are like scared children lost in the woods without our fathers to protect us. And we should be scared because in those woods, is a hungry Wolf called Islamomarxism waiting to devour us.
This war can be easily won if we can get back to being the people that our forefathers were. They weren’t perfect but they knew who they were.They were Christians who didn’t take sh*t from anybody.They stood up for their flag and their faith as well as their neighbors and kin. without apology or hesitation. Just imagine, Muslims doing back then what they are doing today.for the glory of Allah in their neighborhoods. They would have had their asses beat. Back then there was no room for political correctness. The Christians back then had the same “don’t fuck with me” attitude that the Muss have today. We need to get that attitude back NOW. Sun Tzu wrote, in order to beat the enemy you have to KNOW the enemy. Not only that, YOU must know who you are.” Such profound advice. All Americans, and Europeans need to ask who are we? what do we stand for? Do we have the spine to fight those who make war on us? Lets hope so if not then we deserve ISIS swinging its sword at our necks.
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I hate Whitey but I cant stay away from them.

This a short rebuttal to Yasmin Alibha Brown. She hates white men and wishes they were a lost species. Here’s another face of an enemy that is no longer afraid to say what it wants because it knows we’ll take it- so broken are we, we can’t defend our own honor. This latest slap in the face by a Muslim is nothing new. Muslims hate us. Whye don’t we get that? Subcontinent Muslims have always hated whites (Europeans-Christians) and say it loud & clear. In today’s Politically correct world, They feel emboldened to speak all the hate they want but don’t you dare open your mouth or you will be pounced on. This hatred is the result of jealousy- no two ways about it. That jealousy has seethed in them for generations and now it has boiled over into a rage. Of course, they would never admit they are jealous so they spin that jealous into victimhood- they are a people who have been wronged. And they are right they have been wronged, but by whom? Here’s the thing that they don’t want Whites to know-the subcontinent was wronged 1400 years ago and never got past that wrong. It never rose up to be anything. Its claim to fame is poverty, strife and an enormous illiterate population.
Whatever Christians did, it can never compare to what evil Islam did. All of humanity has its evil, ugly side and Europeans are no better. However, not all people are brilliant and brilliance is owned by white Europeans(and Americans). Not so with Islam which is an abysmal failure and has always been. They glorify a past that never existed and believe it with such conviction that they actually convince themselves and ignorant Westerners that it was a reality. It wasn’t. There was never scholarship in the Caliphate except for a brief period in the 10th century that basically went nowhere. They stole science/math/philosophy from the Greeks, Romans and Persians. Never did they invent anything on their own. Their wealth was actually the wealth they STOLE from Christians, that theft continues on today.
Christian Europe’s history outshines all of humanity. Despite the horrors of Islamic pirating/slaving and Viking looting/murdering, it rose up on its own accord and has been the dominant force in the world for the past 500 years. This fact drives Muslims batty. Ever educated prosperous white they encounter is a reminder of their failings and inferiority. They can’t take that and thats the reason for all the ” I hate Whitey” rhetoric.
As far as brown skinned people like Yasmin go, I state this. If you don’t like whites then stay away from them.

In the woods, there’s a hungry Wolf

How can we fight a war that the gov’t and the media refuses to name? Why are they holding back? Maybe they have an agenda, too and that involves empowering this enemy so it will prevail. Its not hard to name an enemy that has declared war on you and is making advancements daily. that enemy the gov’t/media refuses to name is Islam. Yes, people. Islam is our enemy and they are beating us. Not because they are better fighters or a better people. They are winning because they know who they are. They know what they stand for.They have a God that empowers them to do the evil that they do. Our problem is we don’t have a God that is strong enough to over power their God. The power of our God was diluted a long time ago by the push for secularism. Our core faith has been deliberately shattered and that had left us culturally/morally/spiritually broken. We are like scared children lost in the woods without our fathers to protect us. And we should be scared because in those woods, is a hungry Wolf called Islamomarxism waiting to devour us.
This war can be easily won if we can get back to being the people that our forefathers were. They weren’t perfect but they knew who they were.They were Christians who didn’t take sh*t from anybody.They stood up for their flag and their faith as well as their neighbors and kin. without apology or hesitation. Just imagine, Muslims doing back then what they are doing today.for the glory of Allah in their neighborhoods. They would have had their asses beat. Back then there was no room for political correctness. The Christians back then had the same “don’t fuck with me” attitude that the Muss have today. We need to get that attitude back NOW. Sun Tzu wrote, in order to beat the enemy you have to KNOW the enemy. Not only that, YOU must know who you are.” Such profound advice. All Americans, and Europeans need to ask who are we? what do we stand for? Do we have the spine to fight those who make war on us? Lets hope so if not then we deserve ISIS swinging its sword at our necks.

excerpt from The American Shahanshah, Love hurts.

The American Ozymandias

“I am a traveler who left a war torn land for this land of happiness, where one could be free.
A new land where dreams have a chance, and promises could be met. But what do I see before me?
A wretchedness I never thought existed in this great land. To my right and to my left, decaying
factories and languishing homes beacon to me, like babies hungry for the touch of their mother’s hand.

In my native land, no one would buy a refrigerator, a radio, or a TV that was no American made. Teenagers
braved beatings and other savageries so that they could wear American made jeans and listen to American songs.
Never did they turn against your blessed land, no matter what the Mullahs said.
But your sons and daughters have.
One college campuses, students raise their fists, raging at imagined wrongs and humiliations. They burn a flag
that we proudly hang on our walls. How can such hatred seethe for a land others risk their lives to love?
Only shifting winds of pain and despair, and the echoes of lonesomeness throughout shattered neighborhoods give an answer.
America, my aged land looks up to you in marvel and wonder, but how long will that continue when your own children have
forsaken you?

I enter a decrepit church. I fall to my knees as I look up its altar; its cross caste to the floor like discarded worn furniture.
How can this be in this Christian land? My dear America, be careful at the direction you take. Just like Persia without her Zartosht, so are you nothing without your Soshyant (Jesus).

I enter crumbling homes that refuse to relinquish their noble pasts, and wonder who could have left such well built walls? I stand before the colossal wreck of a factory, still glorious in its towering height. I step inside. The only sounds are pigeons cooing from corroded equipment hanging from rafters. Dangling from a rusted chain, a torn and faded flag displays itself not understanding its grandeur is long past. I reach to touch it and it crumbles in my hand. A tremendous sorrow penetrates me, and I rush out in shame.

In the empty yard, I look back and the factory calls to me in its bleak mournful tone, “Oh, young traveler, whoever you are and wherever you come from, look upon my immensity and despair. Once I gave sustenance to generations of workers ad their families. Now, I am forgotten in my crumbling state. What you see before you is the rusting remnants of a once great industrious nation.
So, young traveler, begrudge me not this foundation for once I was mighty.

America, greater civilizations than yours existed. And, they were engulfed by the intruding deserts of ignorance and ineptness. This was the fate of my very own. Prosperity and happiness were replaced by destitution and despair, as evil men spread terror to maintain their power.
When the desert sands engulfed the holy land of Cyrus, it didn’t know until it was too late. O, America, land of the free, don’t let this be your fate. Please don’t let this be your fate.”