Pop Goes the World
And so I am inspired to call attention to a few items finally filtering into "pop" culture.
Time is running short, and much will depend on how quickly the shackles of Orwell's Newspeak "tolerance" and "diversity" concepts can be shaken off by cold hard reality.
And pop culture is the barometer.
Here for example is a joke I just saw:
A guy goes in an adult store and asks for an inflatable doll.And another one, with a 2-fer on illegal immigration:
Guy behind the counter says, "Male or female?"
Customer says, "Female"
Counter guy asks, "Black or white?"
Customer says, "White"
Counter guy asks, "Christian or Muslim?"
Customer says, "What the hell does religion have to do with it?"
Counter guy says, "The Muslim one blows itself up!!
Jersey GirlAnd here is a no-nonsense rap-metal fusion music video called Open Season by Stuck Mojo; this version has a spoken-word intro of about 2 minutes by reformed PLO terrorist Walid Shoebat discussing how CAIR, the Council on American Islamic Relations, is a terror front group -- as well as showing important clips from MEMRI.
A Mexican drinks his beer and suddenly throws his glass in the air, pulls out his pistol and shoots the glass to pieces.
He says, "In Mexico our glasses are so cheap we don't need to drink from the same glass twice."
An Iraqi, obviously impressed by this, drinks his beer, throws his glass into the air, pulls out his AK-47 and shoots the glass to pieces. He says, "In Iraq we have so much sand to make glasses that we don't need to drink out of the same glass twice either."
The Jersey Girl, cool as a cucumber, picks up her beer and drinks it, throws her glass into the air, pulls out her gun and shoots the Mexican and the Iraqi, and catches her glass. She says, "In New Jersey we have so many illegal Mexicans and Arabs that we don't have to drink with the same ones twice."
The original version of the video is here.
Something's afoot when a brutha is rapping:
Are we clear?
If you step in my 'hood,
It's Open Season...
Earlier, there was another catchy and well-informed tune, in a folksy-jazz style, is Islam is Not For Me.
And let's not forget this ditty in an even earlier ragtime mode: It's In The Koran by "Patrick Henry." This video had been banned from youtube, but is currently back:
In other words
We won't rest
In the West
Is a Slave
What's interesting about these songs is they aren't simple and obvious parodies, but highly-researched, very informative, deadly-serious manuals of instruction about the true nature of islam, delivered in easily-digestible musical form.
Here you can even buy "islamic rage boy" garb and mugs -- decorated with the iconic face of a raging islamic protestor caught on film.
Pop goes the world!