Sunday, September 10, 2017
Pro-Jihad Forces Deface Sobieski Monument
Why did Osama bin Laden choose September 11?
On September 11-12 in 1683, jihad's one-thousand-year advance stopped. After that, Islam began to contract.
It's possible that OBL chose 9/11 as a way of saying, "Guess what. Islam is advancing again."
September 11-12, 1683, Jan Sobieski of Poland, united with other forces, defeated the Turks at the Battle of Vienna.
Pro-jihad forces have vandalized a monument to Jan Sobieski. I googled it and found the news stories linked below. I don't know how reliable they are.
This news sources say that the pro-jihad forces spray-painted the Sobieski monument with the word "Nazi." So, Polish Catholic Jan Sobieski, who fought in 1683, is, in the mind of the pro-jihadi, a "Nazi."
It always astounds me when I witness my fellow, beloved Polonians cheering for Team Anti-Western-Civilization.
Their ancestors have been fighting and sacrificing *for* Western Civilization for hundreds of years. And now, some Polonians sound just like clueless rich, white liberals. "America is the world epicenter of hate and racism! Islam means peace! Antifa is adorable!"
One can only shake one's head.
Thanks to Chris Helinsky for this news.
Read more here and here
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It's not a monument. It's a pedestal. Monument proper (statue) is getting made in Poland. Hopefully it will be ready in 2018, when it will be transported to Vienna for the 335th anniversary of the battle.
There is a fundraiser in Poland for that cause.
Seems that Austrians lack money. Or graditude.
Of course no gratitude. Not even a full century after King John Sobieski had saved Vienna, the Austrians returned the favor by being one of the three powers that partitioned Poland.Delete
There are 2 monuments of Ukrainian Cossacks in Vienna. 150 Cossacks were serving under Sobieski. Now Ukrainians get all the glory. Praising the Poles would be so inconvenient.Delete
except that this was probably a leftist protest versus the torch bearing crowd that was going to use this as a prompt to protest muslims.ReplyDelete