The 4 Freedoms Library

It takes a nation to protect the nation

Latest Activity

Joe replied to Kinana's discussion 'Muslim rape gangs in England' in the group Children Victims
15 hours ago
Antony commented on Netcon's group 'Free Speech & Civil Soc'
19 hours ago
paul collings commented on Netcon's group 'Iraq'
20 hours ago
Philip Smeeton commented on Netcon's group 'US Room'
21 hours ago
Joe added a discussion to the group UK Room
22 hours ago
Kinana commented on Kinana's event 'EDL demo Birmingham'
yesterday
Joe replied to Alan Lake's discussion 'The Power Elite' in the group Ideology and Dialogue
yesterday
Antony commented on Netcon's group 'Social Room'
yesterday
Antony commented on Netcon's group 'UK Room'
yesterday
Philip Smeeton commented on Netcon's group 'Women Victims'
yesterday
Antony commented on Netcon's group 'Free Speech & Civil Soc'
yesterday
Philip Smeeton commented on Netcon's group 'Christian Victims'
Monday
Antony commented on Netcon's group 'Animal Victims'
Monday
Joe commented on Netcon's group 'Infiltration / Parasitism'
Sunday
paul collings commented on Netcon's group 'Theological Room'
Sunday
Antony commented on Netcon's group 'Jewish & Israeli Victims'
Sunday
Philip Smeeton replied to Joe's discussion 'Ludovic-Mohamed Zahed & Gay Friendly Mosques' in the group Muslim Reformers
Sunday
Joe replied to Joe's discussion 'Civil War' in the group Free Speech & Civil Soc
Sunday
Kinana added a discussion to the group Theological Room
Saturday
Antony commented on Netcon's group 'Humour Room'
Saturday

Recommended Media

4F captures key data on threats to freedom, so contains only a limited amount of analysis and discussion. So we recommend the following sources for further information.

 

Site Overview

The 4 Freedoms Library (4F) is concerned with fundamental threats to Secular Democracy.  The two greatest threats currently are Islam and Debt. This site stores information and analysis of those threats, with the threat method under the Methods tab above, and the threat victims under the two Victims tabs.

Please read the FAQ and follow the Code of Conduct. Report copyright issues to Netcon. All comments on 4F, and links to other websites, do not imply our endorsement of them.

Photos

Loading…
  • Add Photos
  • View All

Timelines of Islamic Violence

This interactive graphic introduces timelines.  Please click on Full Jihad Timeline for all 1400 years.  This may also be viewed as Jihad Phase 1, Phase 2 and Phase 3.  Finally, Phase 4 of modern times, shows the cycle repeating the first phase of Infiltration and Terror.

 
 
 

Muslim Terrorism Count

Thousands of Deadly Islamic Terror Attacks Since 9/11

Mission Overview

The two current threats to Secular Democracy (SD) of Islam and Debt arise due to fundamental vulnerabilities in its constitution. Hence the 4 Freedoms definitions give 4 corrections to that ideology.

We have little expectation of those corrections being implemented, because SD rests on an even more fundamental fallacy, that:
The 'open marketplace' of ideas driven by rational self interest will lead to ideological well being - in the same way that Adam Smith's free market of prices leads to economic well being.

But ideological faction is not comparable with economic grouping, because the rational self interest of ideological actors performs differently to that of economic actors. Consequently, the open society of SD, will succumb gradually to any strong, unified gang, of which, Islam is one example.

Islam, operating at the micro and macro levels, is unstoppable by individuals, hence: "It takes a nation to protect the nation". There is not enough time to fight all its attacks; nor to read them; nor even to record them, so 4F gives only a sample view of how far it has advanced and by what methods. We hope that free nations will wake up to stop the threat, and will force the separation of (Islamic) Church and State. This will also allow Muslims the possibility of escape from their totalitarian political system.

The 4 Freedoms

These freedoms protect against four vulnerabilities in standard definitions of democracy.
1. Freedom of Speech
Any speech is allowed - except that advocating the end of free speech and democracy
2. Freedom of Election
Any party is allowed -except one advocating the end of free speech and democracy
3. Freedom from Religious Intrusion
Religion & culture operate freely in the private sphere, but are regulated by law in the public sphere
4. Freedom from Debt
The electorate is not allowed to live off debt and dump it on the next generation

1400 Years of Islamic Conquest

(This slideshow continues in the Imperialism Room)

Memorable Contributions

Event Lists

Each list shows the latest events. Press "< Previous" to see earlier events.  To see different lists, select an Event Type.
All EDL Demos
All Talking Events
All UK Events

© 2014   Created by Netcon.

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service