Are We Seeing History Repeat Itself?

bomb“Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it” is the famed quote of George Santayana, a Spanish philosopher (1863-1952).  I am beginning to think that the world is making its way toward a future that repeats the horrors of the last century’s wars and earlier times when Europeans battled Islam to free Jerusalem, to protect their homelands in Europe, and to eject Muslims from Spain.

In his book, “Jihad in the West: Muslim Conquests from the 7th to the 21st Centuries” historian Paul Fregosi documented the history of Islam and its attacks on European nations, characterizing jihad as “essentially a permanent state of hostility that Islam maintains against the rest of the world.” It is a Muslim sacrament, a duty they must perform.

Occurring at the same time is the agenda of the global environmental movement and on February 4 Christina Figueres, the executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, said “This is probably the most difficult task we have ever given ourselves; which is to intentionally transform the economic development model, for the first time in human history.”

“This is the first time in the history of mankind that we are setting ourselves the task of intentionally, within a defined period of time, to change the economic development model that has been reigning for the, at least, 150 years, since the industrial revolution.” (Italics added)

Figueres was wrong. The objective of the 1917 Communist revolution that began in Russia and Mao’s “Great Leap Forward” (1958-1961) was the same that is now being openly embraced by the United Nations in 2015. The result of both was the death of millions.

Humanity is under attack from an Islam that intends to impose its barbaric seventh century Sharia law and from the environmental movement’s intention to end capitalism and replace it with the income distribution central to Communism.

Both spell a terrible future for the people of the world.

The President of the United States is devoted to pursuing both of these goals as the defender of Islam and the opponent of “income inequality.”  We have twenty-two months to survive Barack Obama’s remaining time in office.

Obama was first elected on the promise to end the U.S. engagement in conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. After many years Americans welcomed the prospect of ceasing the loss of lives and billions those wars represented. With the rise of the Islamic State (ISIS) they are now seeing the true price of that policy. Just because we don’t want to fight a war doesn’t mean our enemy will cease to pursue it.

We are at a critical moment in time because it is evident that Obama wants to provide Iran the opportunity to build its own nuclear weapons arsenal. It is a time as well when the military capability of the U.S. has been diminished to what existed before the beginning of World War II. All of Europe and much of Asia would have fallen under the control of Nazi Germany and the Empire of Japan if the U.S. had not stepped up to the task of defeating them.

Relentlessly, Obama has done everything he can to reduce the size of our military fighting force and the ships, planes and other weapons needed to protect our security or support that of our allies. He has withdrawn the U.S. from its position of global leadership and left behind allies that no longer trust us and enemies who no longer fear us.

Raymond Ibrahim of the Middle East Forum wrote on February 5 that “approximately 100 million Christians around the world are experiencing the persecution by Muslims of all races, nationalities, and socio-political circumstances.”

At the same time, we are witnessing a new exodus of Jews from Europe, mindful of the Holocaust in the 1940s.  According to the Pew Research Center, as of 2013 the Jewish population worldwide was approximately 14 million. Just over 6 million reside in Israel, another 6 million are U.S. citizens, and the rest are in Europe and elsewhere around the world. What has not changed from the last century, however, is the level of anti-Semitism and it appears to be on the rise.

What we are witnessing is a full-scale attack on the West—Christianity and Judaism—and upon Western values of morality, democracy, and freedom.

Whether it will erupt in a new world war is unknown, but if history is a guide, we are moving in that direction.

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    Al Shelton

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    Impeach Obummer. He is the absolute epitome of a man set on destroying the free world.

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    Pete West

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    Yes we are headed for WW3. It’s in the Bible.
    Look at Revelation, it’s all in there. Including “loosing the 4 Angels that surround the Euphrates”, Iran Iraq, Syria and Turkey.

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      Me

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      Give up the bible thumping already, it is no more reliable than the climate models at predicting, or that fortuneteller at the circus, or tara cards, or the ougi board.

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        Me

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        But hey, if it’s what you believe, fill your boots. Just don’t push it on me, I don’t like it anymore that that religion of pieces, and if it comes down to it, I’ll be there with you against them, whether you like that or not. Because, I really don’t want what they are pushing.

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          Pete West

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          I’m not pushing it on anyone, if you’d had the amount of supernatural experiences I’ve had and a near death experience, it would make you look outside this world

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            Me

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            So I take it, from your amount of supernatural experiences, you are not afraid then. You are sure of what is to come. I just hope you are not in anyway shape or form connected to the poweres to be that has the means to send everyone to what you believe.

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            Pete West

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            I have absolutely no connection with any powers that be (thank goodness). In fact I have little or no respect for them. When was the last time you heard the full truth about anything from the these people?

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            Me

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            Exactly, but one always wonders about it. It is always someone that is in control pulling the strings. It’s not a bad thing when both sides has the means, but now there are multiple ones and we don’t need any more.

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            Me

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            Do you agree with that? Now the supernatural thing is a diferent topic.

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            Me

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            It’s in the Lou knda of thinkng. 😀

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            Pete West

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            I do agree. I used to think it was Governments that ran the world, now I’m sure it’s a number of very wealthy organisations, and they’re making up their own rules for the rich. 99% of the World’s wealth is owned by 1% of the population

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            Me

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            Well the only good thing about it is their greed, that keeps everyone from disaster. Now if the 1% or whatever that BS is about are the leaders then why hide it. They could be the heros employing everyone. good story all around. But why not?

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            Me

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            Why would there be a need for wealth distribution? If the 1% controls everything?

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            Me

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            The easy answer is they don’t, but they are rich and self made.

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            Me

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            The answer you was looking for is, they are rich and everybody needs to make them pay up in some form. Well greed always plays a role, and they will do things where it is chaper for them, no different than what you or I would do if we can do what we needed to.

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            Me

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            Yhe other difference is they are employers. I doube you are and I am not.

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            Me

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            The other difference is they are employers. I doubt you are and I am not.

            me correction. 😆

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    Me

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    Another thing, if this article here was meant to drive a wedge between skeptics, it may have succeeded if religion is the wedge, if it isn’t, then it’s a fail just like the AGW scam. Just leave people alone and there wouldn’t be a problem.

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    amirlach

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    The UN is about to pass an anti Islam “defamation” treaty that will be binding on all member nations.

    It is being sold as a human rights thing, ironically. One that attempts to remove from speech rights descended from Common Law.

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