Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Rand Akhbarrr! Bosch Fawstin's Primer in Counter Jihad (pbuh)

Bosch Fawstin is an Objectivist artist whose main subject is the Counter Jihad. His original art work and commentary approach the subject from that angle's first principles. Here's one ripe example that will warm the Rand aficionado's heart:

Muslims in name only have been naturally edified by a culture that is completely foreign to the one they came from. But they did not consciously decide to reject Islamic values and embrace Western ones. The process was implicit - it happened naturally when they were exposed to Western, i.e., pro-life, values. They and we fail to realize that a good Muslim, by our standards, is a bad Muslim by Islamic standards. Western Muslims have to appreciate the stark difference between Western values and Islamic values and stop pretending that they’re one and the same. It’s simply not true. And one of the dangers that this poses for us in our defense against jihad is that objectively good human beings who identify themselves as Muslim give Islam a good face, a good name, one far better than it deserves. This gives us a false impression of what we’re facing, with just another excuse not to face it.
*WHOA* And that's just for starters!
Bosch's blog is dedicated to the graphic novel "The Infidel". It's about twin brothers whose Muslim background comes to the forefront of their lives on 9/11. One responds by creating a counter-jihad superhero comic book called Pigman, as the other surrenders to Islam. Pigman's battle against his arch enemy SuperJihad is echoed by the escalating conflict between the twins. Chapter One of The Infidel is now available as a digital comic book *UROCK*
*VINTAGE* If Ron Paul placed LIFE before Liberty, he would've placed the defense of America before any other reason he has for running for president *OhhhMG!!!* See all his Ron Paul cartoons
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Interview on FPM: "Never Submit: Bosch Fawstin’s Uncompromising Vision"