ROLLING BACK THE JIHAD - from the Past to the Present - 1
At first glance, a Sisyphian* task BUT . . .
Think of the jihad of Islam as a huge carpet that you are facing. The edge towards you is the PRESENT, the edge far away from you is the PAST.
Now, instead of taking the edge facing you and starting to roll that forward, take the rear edge and start rolling that back.
The heavy carpet is Islam with its jihad obligations. When the weight of Islam is removed from non-Arab populations that have been forced for too long to live under it, allowing them to return to their non-arabized selves, a bright new world is possible.
For further, detailed instructions, see . . .
Irving Babbitt’s Humanist Critique of Romantic Modernism - Irving Babbitt, 1865-1933. Amanda Reichenbach, a recent graduate of Yale, has an excellent essay in National Review on the now-almost-forgotten humanist Ir...