Arab Winter Comes to America: The Truth About the War We're In.
When the bombs went off at the Boston Marathon, it was a stark sign that the Arab Spring had arrived in America. Clearly, the unrest and instability sweeping across the Middle East – from Egypt to Syria – can no longer be ignored as a problem “over there.”
Bestselling author and jihad expert Robert Spencer unveils the shocking truth behind the mainstream media’s propaganda about the Arab Spring, and shows how the Fort Hood attack, the Boston Marathon bombings, and other violent acts by Muslims in the U.S. are indeed fresh instances of the Arab Spring ideology coming to the U.S.
Robert Spencer brings years of study on radical Islam to this shocking and insightful book. Robert's new book is a powerful warning of the terror and tyranny to come.
Monday, May 12, 2014
Four Seasons Hotel
300 S. Doheny Dr.
Los Angeles, CA 90048
11:30 a.m. Reception
12:00 p.m. Luncheon
1:30 p.m. Book Signing
Robert Spencer is the director of Jihad Watch, a program of the David Horowitz Freedom Center, and author of the New York Times bestseller The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades), as well as several other books on Islam and terrorism, including Islam Unveiled: Disturbing Questions about the World's Fastest Growing Faith and Onward Muslim Soldiers: How Jihad Still Threatens America and the West, as well as a number of monographs and hundreds of articles. He lives in a secure, undisclosed location.Read More
From "The Black Book of the American Left" (2013), by David Horowitz:
To be a conservative is first to understand that there is no solution to the dilemmas of the human condition. Second, it is to understand that to escape these dilemmas, human beings will inevitably embark on desperate quests for redemptions in this life. These redemptions, in turn, will require holy wars to purge the world of demons—of those who do not share their faith, and who stand in their way. In this regard, totalitarian Islam is really no different in its heart from totalitarian socialism or progressivism, even though the latter are secular and the former is pursued in the name of a vengeful and malignant God. Both seek to cleanse mankind of its irreparable imperfections.
To remain free beings, we are continually forced to defend ourselves and our breathing space, against the efforts of the redeemers to perfect us—against the armies of the saints who are determined to make the world a better place than it can ever be. That is how I see the political wars we face, and why they will never end.
Mandela began as a terrorist and never turned his back on monsters like Arafat and Castro, whom he considered brothers in arms. When he was released from prison by deKlerk, he showed unexpected statesmanship, counseling reconciliation rather than revenge, no small achievement in a country in which the “liberation” movement (led by Mandela’s wife and party) placed oil filled inner tubes around the necks of former comrades and set them on fire.
But if a leader should be judged by his works, the country Mandela left behind is an indictment of his political career, not an achievement worthy of praise – let alone the unhinged adoration he is currently receiving across the political spectrum.