Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Mojo workin’ again

Our man in Tehran, Mahmoud “Mojo” Ahmadinejad, is at it again—trying to mess with American minds. His letter Wednesday to Americans—and to Dhimmicrats, too—is again something entirely different from what it appears. Last time, in May, The Roscoe Daley Report broke the news that beneath the surface Mojo’s letter to President Bush was a formulaic challenge to accept Islam or face the consequences.

Now, he’s doing the same with the rest of us. Beneath the soothing, slithery words lies the same veiled threat—repent of your wicked ways, accept Islam (“submission”) or face the consequences (jihad).

The giveaways are at the top and the bottom. Mojo concludes his missive with words from the Quran that are a backhanded slap at Christianity: “Glorified is God and Exalted above any partners they ascribe to Him.” [Emphasis added.] Translation: Christian infidels, drop your blasphemous beliefs that God has a Son. (BTW, I don’t know if Mojo is quite this screwed up himself, but many of his ilk believe that Mary is supposed to be the third person of the Trinity.)

Mojo opens with an equally ominous statement: “O, Almighty God, bestow upon humanity the perfect human being promised to all by You, and make us among his followers.” [Emphasis added.] Translation: He’s referring to the Mahdi or the 12th Imam, the Islamic messiah who will come in the last days to slay the infidels, destroy Israel, indict Karl Rove, etc.

The key here is that Mojo considers himself the advance man for the Madhi, who can only come when conditions are right—i.e., all of Islam pitted against all the infidels. Which means Mojo’s mission is to create those conditions through maximum disorder and conflict—the pious words of his epistle notwithstanding.

He who has ears to hear, let him hear. . .

We wonder: How many Dhimmicrats, who have played right into Mojo’s hand on Bush and the Iraq war, do you suppose will actually be taken in by this new nonsense, couched in the deceptive rhetoric of peace?


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