Aztec Volcano Sacrifice. Is there a truth?

July 14, 2011
The origin of this idea comes from Georges Bataille the Post Marxist who wrote The Accursed Share. The argument is one of equivalence between civilizations: the fat of the civilization… the elite of culture must be victimized for the civilazation to function. This is also echoed in Freud who talked about a martyred father figure being essential as well, however Bataille expands the idea to Jews in the Holocaust as being paralleled in Aztec Virgin Volcano Sacrifice. Bataille is concerned about why a Marxist revolution or  class based movements are inherently violent. The National Socialists and the Bolsheviks certainly were. His point is that the blood letting is essential to a cultures survival. In other words you have to be martyred if you are moral and you should be thankful for this opportunity.  This is the heart of the argument coming from what we call the Left and is in conflict with the idea of the “Good” and “True” usually taking benefit with unknown reasons for the exceptions.  Here is the excerpt from a U.K. Guardian article by Prof. Richard V. Biddable, newly appointed Chomsky Fellow in Cultural Relativity at All Balls College, Oxford:

To ask the question ‘Is it a forgery?’ is to misunderstand the forces that shape culture and the perception of truth itself. Since there is no such thing as objective truth, only truth created by culture, and since the cultural perception that ‘The Protocols’ is a true statement of Jewish objectives and aims in world history is so widespread, almost universal throughout the Arab and Islamic cultural sphere, but elsewhere too, then ‘The Protocols’ has a cultural veracity that makes it an expression of truth, in the same way that a myth may express the inner genius of its civilization.

After all, in Incan civilization it would have been culturally reprehensible to suggest that there was something unreasonable about the sacrifice of tens of thousands of prisoners, who had their hearts torn from their bodies in order to appease the Gods, or that it was actually pointless, because there were no Gods to appease. It would certainly have been extremely impolite. The Gods existed culturally. Therefore they were real. And people had a right, in their own terms a ‘human right’, if you like, to witness that appeasement and draw comfort and satisfaction from it; to deny that right would have been an act of cultural imperialism.

Unlike conventional economic models based on notions of scarcity, Bataille’s theory develops the concept of excess: a civilization, he argues, reveals its order most clearly in the treatment of its surplus energy. via Georges Bataille – The Accursed Share – and image from Evidence that Incas Fattened up their Children Before Sacrificing Them


German Appeals Court Upholds Conviction for Holocaust Denial

July 12, 2011
image via The Truth Will Set You Free: U.S. citizen David Duke arrested in Czech Republic on accusation of Holocaust denial

Anywhere in Germany you can not participate in this idea of Holocaust Denial. This means for example if the PM Abu Mazen AKA Abbas were to say in Germany what he says in Judea or Samaria that he would also be held accountable to this German court finding. The intention of the broadcast is irrelevant and the burden of distribution is on the actor. oh BTW Eugene Volokh thinks that this is a threat to Democracy. I wonder if the threat were at Libertarian bloggers if he would feel likewise. Yes… I know… the blogger Eugene is a Jew. A Dhimmi one that I sometimes agree with on other issues.
Deutsche Welle reports that the appeals court upheld the conviction, though lowered the fine (to $9,230) based on the defendant’s income: Williamson had been convicted for inciting hatred, an offense which, under German law, incorporates any claim that the Holocaust did not happen. Williamson was in Germany when he told an interviewer for a Swedish television channel that, although Jews were killed during the Holocaust, the accepted figure of between five and six million was inaccurate, and the Nazis did not use gas chambers. He was convicted in absentia, with a lawyer present on his behalf. Williamson’s lawyer argues that his client’s comments did not breach German law because they were never intended for broadcast in Germany. However, they sprawled globally over Internet video portals and were subsequently picked up by German national media. Judge Birgit Eisvogel ruled that Williamson should have been aware that any such television comments would inevitably find their way around the world, and thus to Germany, also noting Williamson’s own familiarity with the nature of the Internet: “We know that the accused is himself a blogger.”The bishop was at the time an excommunicated Catholic, from “the semi-independent hard-line Society of Saint Pius X,” though the excommunication was lifted in 2009. “Vatican officials say the Pope was unaware of Williamson’s comments when he made the decision.” via

Texas Gang Rapes 11 year old Girl- Muslim Activist is Defending the Rapist

April 3, 2011

1- The New York times itself drew attention more towards the victim actions then the Rapist
2- I would like to KNOW why THis MUSLIM LEADER is Protecting the RAPIST
3 -The UK blames Blacks and ASIANS for Gang Rapes that are perpetrated by MUSLIM — are we now doing the same?
4-How are people to protect themselves when the assaults are not Identified – It is FACT that Gang rapes on Non muslims are happening- IT IS FACT that in Islamic Nations Rape of NON MUSLIMS go unpunished

The Quran list it as bootie of War–So should this assault that is spreading to UK EU US AUSTRALIA not be Report on and Explained with FACTS
Who is this Muslim Leader ??? – this News seems like Pre 1960
Texas: Eleven-Year-Old Gang Rape Victim Blamed for Crime (Them boys didn’t rape her)
At a Thursday night meeting to discuss concerns about a gang rape investigation has degraded into allegations that the eleven-year-old victim is to blame.
Many who attended the meeting in Cleveland, Texas support the group of men charged with the crime.
More than 130 people attended the meeting led by Quanell X, a Houston activist in the black community, who insisted that his goal was not to “jump on an 11-year-old girl” but to question the police investigation.
His concern centered around the fact that only young black men were arrested, and although he believes some charged are guilty, others are not.
After the meeting, Fox News reports that many people believe she had sex with the boys, but was not raped. They mentioned her manner of dress, and said she “must have lied about her age.”
Angie Woods, who grew up in Cleveland, doubts the claim also, saying she lied about her age. “Them boys didn’t rape her. She wanted this to happen. I’m not taking nobody’s side, but if she hadn’t put herself in that predicament, this would have never happened.”….

Quanell X And The Cleveland, Texas Gang Rape Circus

This one comes courtesy of the notorious Quanell X (whose real name is Quanell Ralph Evans), who’s the Al Sharpton/Louis Farrakhan of Houston. He’s a New Black Panther sleazeball.
He’s also a Muslim. As in, he’s a Nation of Islam Muslim. Which means he probably knows less about Islam than you do other than the parts about how Jews are bad. Which he now says he was wrong about, and this was his apology to Holocaust survivors, heartfelt as can be…

“I seek the forgiveness of every survivor who has heard the words I’ve said. I did not say them in the proper manner to make the point I was trying to get across. I can see and understand how they might be utterly paranoid (of) a person such as myself.”
Anyway, a while back about 20 black kids gang-raped a pre-teen Hispanic girl in a town 40 miles east of Houston called Cleveland. It took forever, but arrests were finally made a few days back. And as soon as they were, Quanell showed up to have a rally in the black community in order to supposedly raise money for the legal defense of the accused.
To the video…

Since becoming a leader of the New Black Panthers, Quanell X has made himself and his views heard through public demonstrations and assistance with the surrender of outstanding suspects to law enforcement agencies. In 1999, at the trial of John William King for the 1998 slaying of James Byrd, Jr., Quanell X and his entourage briefly disrupted proceedings.

Jeffrey Battle served as a bodyguard for Quanell X in Houston during the late 1990s. Battle was notable as one of the Portland Seven, a group of American Muslims who tried to aid the Taliban in Afghanistan following the events of September 11, 2001. In October 2002 Quanell X traveled to Portland, Oregon, to attend a court hearing for October Lewis, Battle’s ex-wife. Lewis was released at the hearing. Battle was convicted of sedition, and is currently serving an 18-year prison sentence.

On March 30, 2004 Quanell X took the podium at a Houston City Council meeting and demanded that reparations for slavery be put on the council agenda. This demand had previously been denied by mayor Bill White. The exchange escalated enough that Houston police were called to remove Quanell forcibly from the chamber.

In June 2004 Quanell X was charged with evading arrest. He was on the phone with a Houston Police Department assistant police chief (Charles R. McClelland – now the HPD chief since 2010) when arranging the surrender of cop shooter Derrick Forney.

Quanell X is credited with helping officers in the March 2007 murder investigation of Texas A&M University student Tynesha Stewart. He helped obtain a confession from Timothy Wayne Shepherd, the suspect in the murder. He also criticized the Harris County sheriff’s decision not to search for Stewart’s body in a Humble, Texas area landfill, which was later discovered to be unrecoverable due to suspect burning remains in two barbecue pits.
Quanell X called for Chuck Rosenthal resignation following the email scandal that showed that he had sent and received racist messages, and organized a rally to take place outside the county courthouse January 24, 2008. On October 16, 2008, KTRK-TV reported that Quanell X was paid $20,000.00 to arrange these protests and to pack the courtroom during the related Ibarra trial.
He was instrumental in having a murder suspect, Randy Sylvester Sr., reveal the locations of his missing children. After initially giving Sylvester the benefit of the doubt, he was convinced otherwise when he went with Pasadena police and Sylvester to an apartment he maintained separately from his family’s that he called his “dog house.” There, Sylvester engaged in drugs and pornography. Quanell X would not go into detail, but other things he learned in that apartment changed his mind about Sylvester. He convinced the suspect to “Do the right thing” and lead Quanell X and police to a location just outside of Pasadena, Texas in Houston, where the charred remains were located
When an 11-year-old girl said she was raped multiple times by more than a dozen men in an abandoned trailer in Texas, the story made national headlines.
Just how the story of her alleged rape should be told, however, has proved to be an explosive issue, one that has exposed critical fault lines in the way society thinks about rape and the way journalists write about it.
Much of the controversy has centered on The New York Times. The newspaper’s first take on the disturbing crime provoked outrage from critics who said the Times seemed to be blaming the victim for her own rape.

The first story, “Vicious Assault Shakes Texas Town,” published on March 8, focused on the girl’s 18 accused attackers. The article cited members of the small, impoverished community in Cleveland, Texas, who said the victim “dressed older than her age” and “would hang out with teenage boys at a playground.” Those descriptions drew fire from readers, bloggers and activists who said the language was offensive to the victim.
“Why is it necessary to conjure up the image of this 11-year-old child as some tart who was asking for it?” wrote The Frisky, a women’s blog. “There is no … reason I need to know how this 11-year-old victim, or any other victim of sexual assault, dressed and wore makeup before or during the time she was physically threatened and forcibly raped.”
The Times’ public editor, Arthur Brisbane, agreed. “My assessment is that the outrage is understandable,” he wrote March 11. “The story dealt with a hideous crime but addressed concerns about the ruined lives of the perpetrators without acknowledging the obvious: concern for the victim.”

The story also sent the ever-volatile issues of gender, race and class surging to the surface.
The journalism site, run by the Poynter Institute, accused the Times of using voyeuristic language that didn’t enrich readers’ understanding of the facts but instead imposed prejudices about rape in impoverished communities. “Combined with the one-sided nature of the information presented, [James] McKinley [the author] paints a voyeuristic picture that makes the rape look like a terrible event in a desolate, poor part of town — part of the cost of living in an impoverished area,” LaToya Peterson wrote on the site.
Monday, the Times published a second piece on the story, one that focused primarily on the victim and was, for the most part, better received. New York Times spokeswoman Danielle Rhoades Ha told AOL News that the second story hasn’t elicited much of a response from readers.

But some criticism remained, particularly around the issue of race. The 11-year-old girl, whose identity has not been made public because of her age, is reportedly Hispanic, while many of her attackers are black, details that have heightened racial tensions in Cleveland, according to news outlets there, but failed to make a debut in either New York Times story.
Poynter spoke to Philip Corbett, associate managing editor of the Times, and explored whether the decision to omit race from the Times story was a good one. “So why weren’t these racial tensions addressed in the follow-up?” Poynter asked. “Corbett said it came down to a change in focus. “The new information shifted the focus of the story somewhat away [from] the community reaction,” he said, according to Poynter.
Joel Brinkley, a journalism professor at Stanford University, says it’s not clear that discussing race would be helpful to readers in this case. “I’m not sure that race is relevant here,” he said. “And mentioning it without reason can be harmful.”
Bruce Shapiro, the executive director of the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma, said the controversy extended far beyond The New York Times, and should make the public question the way rape and crime are covered in general.
“It’s not about some reporter being an overt racist. And it’s not about a reporter setting out to consciously blame a girl for being assaulted,” he told AOL News by phone. “It’s about, what are the assumptions we don’t know we have or what are the presumptions by our sources that we’re perhaps unthinkingly accepting? I think that really was probably the issue in this story.”
At least one observer said the original story may have elicited such a fierce reaction because it dared to bring skepticism to accusations of rape, something that makes many readers uncomfortable.
Sponsored Links”It seemed to me that there was a lot of bending over backward [in the original Times story] to look at other possibilities or to bring the accused and their point of view into the story, and that’s rare,” said Bill Drummond, a UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism professor. “The tendency has been to assume that everything the victim claims is true. So more skepticism in reporting these charges of rape is about due.”
He said such skepticism is especially important if the crime — or the accusation — touches upon the issue of race.
Shapiro said it’s possible to give balance without blaming the victim.
“There are always going to be people looking to blame how a victim dressed or blame the victim’s behavior,” he said. “That’s wrong. That’s just always wrong. And I think that as journalists, we have a big responsibility to not blame the victim and instead look at how families, communities and systems either support or don’t support women’s expectations of safety.”

Palestinians are up in arms over plans to teach the Holocaust in their schools in the West Bank and Gaza Strip

March 5, 2011

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“UNRWA should implement the curriculum of the host countries,” said Ziad Thabet, Deputy Minister of Education for the Hamas government in the Gaza Strip. “We will prevent UNRWA from implementing any new curriculum without returning to the Ministry of Education.”

Fatah representatives and media outlets have also come out against any attempt to educate young Palestinians about the Nazi crimes.

Fatah activist Salah al-Wadiyeh urged Palestinian leaders to “confront this plan and to stand united against it.”

He said that teaching the Holocaust in Palestinian schools was a “Zionist plot aimed at brainwashing our children and instilling in them sympathy for their killers. They are trying to occupy our minds through this scheme.”

Al-Wadiyeh said that the “Palestinians know, more than any other people, the history of their enemies and their lies and endless false claims.”
The Palestinians are opposed to teaching the Holocaust in their schools because first, many believe it never took place, and second, they are afraid that it some young men and women might identify with the Jews’ plight during World War II.

The Palestinians, like many other Arabs, have convinced themselves that the Holocaust is nothing but a “Zionist conspiracy” to justify the occupation of their lands.

I’d bet on UNRWA canceling the program and on the Obama administration and the Europeans continuing to fund the ‘Palestinian Authority’ anyway.

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FBI Incidents and Offenses – Hate Crime Statistics, 2008

October 30, 2010
HammerSkin Gangs in JAIL via

in a nation of 300 million, all of the religious-based hate crimes added together amount to less than a drop in the bucket. This is not to minimize the 964 hate crimes perpetrated against Jews last year, or those carried out against Muslims (128), Catholics (55), or Protestants (40). Some of those attacks were especially shocking or destructive; all of them should be punished. But surely the most obvious takeaway from the FBI’s statistics is not that anti-religious hate crimes are so frequent in America. It is that they are so rare.

Religious bias
2009 Of the 1,575 victims of an anti-religious hate crime:

  • 71.9 percent were victims because of an offender’s anti-Jewish bias.
  • 8.4 percent were victims because of an anti-Islamic bias.
  • 3.7 percent were victims because of an anti-Catholic bias.
  • 2.7 percent were victims because of an anti-Protestant bias.
  • 0.7 percent were victims because of an anti-Atheist/Agnostic bias.
  • 8.3 percent were victims because of a bias against other religions
    (anti-other religion).
  • 4.3 percent were victims because of a bias against groups of individuals
    of varying religions (anti-multiple religions, group). (Based on Table 1.)
(these 2009 stats; from a conglomerate of 14,222 federal agencies, as reported to the FBI)

Here’s what’s interesting. 
There are approximately as many Jews as Muslims  in the United States

Which mass media outlets will report how much the numbers differ from the perceptions that many of them have worked so hard to promote?

How many mainstream publications will carefully avoid pointing out who the real main victims of hate crimes are in today’s America? Note how many mass media outlets cover this story while avoiding the facts laid out above.

Is anyone going to do some soul-searching or change their behavior regarding the bashing of Jews and Israel, especially on campuses?

Will people in academia, media, and government sing the praises of America as a remarkably tolerant society when it comes to religion?

UPDATE: I am told that the CNN coverage explained none of the above points, focused on hate crimes against homosexuals, and blamed an upsurge in “fundamentalist” Christianity for these attacks.

[Note: African-Americans are roughly four to six times more numerous in the American population but suffer only a bit more than twice as many hate crimes.]

Religious bias

There were 1,606 hate crime offenses motivated by religious bias in 2008. A breakdown of these offenses shows:

  • 65.7 percent were anti-Jewish.
  • 13.2 percent were anti-other religion.
  • 7.7 percent were anti-Islamic.
  • 4.7 percent were anti-Catholic.
  • 4.2 percent were anti-multiple religions, group.
  • 3.7 percent were anti-Protestant.
  • 0.9 percent were anti-Atheism/Agnosticism/etc. (Based on Table 1.)
via h/t

In 2001 (the year of 9/11), there were twice as many anti-Jewish incidents [in America] as there were anti-Muslim, according to the FBI. In 2002 and pretty much every year since, anti-Jewish incidents have outstripped anti-Muslim incidents by at least 6 to 1.

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June 29, 2010
not sure how true this story is… as it is CNN and not to be believed, but if it is true then it would open a can of worms as to why facebook is allowing Holocaust denial and other hate forums in the name of free speech, but caters to censorship if a large companies reputation in at stake

As recently as 30 minutes ago, Facebook has removed the main “Boycott BP” from it’s page.  With it, it leave almost 800,000 fans hanging.

This group was created with the intent of sending a clear and strong message to BP and to Washington that what has happened in the Gulf has to stop everywhere.

People from all over the world shared video clips, pictures, and frustration over what has been seen incredibly slow process to an ever growing economic and environmental disaster.

Boycott BP and it’s creator, Lee Perkins, have been focused in several interviews recently, one of which was done with Diane Sawyer.  To say he has made a large impact in a short amount of time is an understatement.

The question is:  Why did Facebook suddenly take down the site?  Some will call it a media black out of what is really happening down here in the Gulf.  Some might say he was doing more harm than good given the fact that the Boycotting of BP was actually beginning to take hold if you judge by some of the photos and videos being posted of station owners either changing to a new brand, or closing altogether.

Whichever way you look at it, the voices of the people were being heard in a most unique and powerful way.  We felt we were making a difference.

If we were not, then why the sudden removal of the page?

UPDATE:  Lee Perkins has put a new Facebook Page here:!/pages/Boycott-bpARCO/138332356184294?v=wall&ref=mf

His Quote:

Boycott bp/ARCO I can’t believe they shut us down with no explanation. I could not even say goodbye to my friends. We must have been doing something right. Calling the media now. is up and running. ty Bayou Lee”

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67% of US Hate Crimes are Against Jews

November 26, 2009

Our friend Debbie Schlussel is on the ball, yet again, with exclusive analysis on hate crimes in America:

Well, the FBI official hate crimes statistics are out for 2008. And like every year since the 9/11 Muslim terrorist attacks on America, the vast majority of religious hate crime victims on U.S. soil are America’s Jews. While the Pentagon and US Army did overtime pandering to Muslims like Nidal Malik Hasan, the real hatred was against one set of his mortal enemies…….more than a few of those anti-Semitic hate crime perpetrators are, in fact, Muslims….Missing from the FBI stats are the stats on the perpetrators of these crimes, which I’d bet would be very telling.

Please read her full breakdown here, and follow her on Twitter, here

EXCLUSIVE Analysis: Sorry, Islamophobia Pimps – 67% of US Hate Crimes Against Jews

By Debbie Schlussel



That’s right. A whopping 66.69%–or just over 2/3rds–of America’s religion-based hate crime incidents are committed against Jews. But, hey, there’s no anti-Semitism. I’m just imagining it. The real condition afflicting America is Islamophobia, right? Let’s ignore that only 6.91% of hate crime incidents were against Muslims, with Catholics very close behind comprising 4.94% of hate crime incident victims. Sadly, some Catholic leaders look the other way on anti-Semitism (more on that below).

Another fact that is very inconvenient to Muslim propaganda is the fact that hate crimes against Jews and Catholics are growing, but hate crimes against Muslims, not. In 2007, there were 969 reported hate crime incidents against Jews in America. In 2008, it’s 1,013. In 2007, there were 61 anti-Catholic incidents. In 2008, there were 75. For Muslims, in 2007 there were 115 reported incidents against them. In 2008, it’s 105. And all of this is despite the fact that unlike other groups, Islamic groups work overtime to get alleged Islamic victims to report hate crimes.



Yup, America’s hate is carried out not against the fellow co-religionists of the 9/11 hijackers–you know, the Muslims. They’re carried out against the most hated targets of the Muslims: the “evil Zionists.” And–guess what?–more than a few of those anti-Semitic hate crime perpetrators are, in fact, Muslims. Missing from the FBI stats are the stats on the perpetrators of these crimes, which I’d bet would be very telling.

Groups like CAIR, ADC, ISNA, MAS, and MPAC–the alphabet soup of Muslim and Muslim-dominated Arab groups–love to tout “Islamophobia” as a vast and wide-spread “bigotry” in America. But it ain’t so. The numbers simply don’t back it up.

Incidentally, while I lament that hate crimes against Catholics are slightly up, I have to laugh at Bill Donohue, President of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, who was quoted in USA Today upset over this. I made him aware that Emily M. Zanotti, a Catholic working for his Catholic friend Richard Thompson at the Catholic Thomas More Law Center, spent all day long on the payroll blogging in support and praise of Muslim Holocaust-denying anti-Semitic death, rape, and torture threats against me and my family (including my Holocaust survivor grandmother). He looked the other way. Ms. Zanotti is now employed by the Sam Adams Alliance, which is aware of her anti-Semitism and praise for violence and torture . . . and doesn’t care. Michelle Malkin (also Catholic) was made aware of this and continues to help Zanotti and Sam Adams Alliance, anyway.

Stuff like this is why anti-Semitic hate crimes are up. It’s not just Muslims and others who are perpetrating it. It’s phonies in positions of influence who are looking the other way and giving it tacit approval.

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