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It takes a nation to protect the nation

"We are not fighting so that you will offer us something. We are fighting to eliminate you". - Hussein Moussawi, former leader of Hezbollah

Introduction

There will hopefully be many successful formations of groups on our side throughout the West to fight the threats of Islamification and Islamic Supremacism. Of course, we must realize that our lack of access to a friendly media and the considerable roadblocks thrown up in our path by established Leftist governments will make the formation of such groups and the fulfilment of their respective missions quite difficult. However, there may be a way in which new groups, as well as the ones which have already been established, can obtain a considerable boost in their efforts without any financial expenditures on their part.

We believe that assistance in various forms might be available through an application of the skills and knowledge of students and/or professors in many of the world's leading religious universities (excluding, of course, any universities which are associated with a particular "religion"/political ideology which we will not name here). The considerable equipment and material resources in the possession of such universities would also factor into the considerable value of what might be provided. All it would take to get things going is for the potential donors and recipients in such exchanges to initiate contact with one another. Although a university may choose to officially endorse any cooperation, this narrative focuses on activities involving the provision of assistance by individual professors and students, for reasons which will be made clear, below.

Advantages for all of the participants

The advantages which students and/or professors would bring to a working relationship would be many. First, they would have access to numerous material resources which the average group organizer would not have at their disposal. Also, since the students and/or professors would be from religious-oriented institutions, it would increase the chance that they would have a deep personal interest in any activity they are involved in which could directly or indirectly help protect current and future generations of co-religionists from the onslaught of Islamification. Students, of course, would have the additional motivation of likely attaining course credit for their special projects, as well as the experience which would accrue to them and eventually assist when it comes time to secure a full-time job. Professors would likely find any assistance they provide to be a worthwhile exercise of their own skills and abilities.

Let's explore some examples of the type of services which could be provided by students and/or professors to our allied groups (potential or existing). In our list, we will state a standard university department name and follow it with possible services. Language arts - written speeches, articles; Art - designs for logos, posters; Political Science - tactics for use in defeating the opposition; Statistics - detailed, easy to understand presentations on Muslim demographics; Media Arts / Journalism - guidance on how to discern trick questions from reporters, also well-produced informational videos and audio tapes; Foreign Languages - translations of texts to reach an international audience; Drama - guidance, perhaps via web cam, on speech presentation, also "books-on-tape" recordings, also advice on stage set design and parade dramatics, also advice on street theatre and props; Law - possible ways to legally circumvent any laws which prohibit free speech; Comparative Religion - information which highlights any contradictions or illogical assertions which might exist in Islamic texts, also guidance on how to present information to Westerners regarding objectionable text; and Information technology / Computers - guidance or assistance in web site design and the incorporation of various contributions by the other departments as discussed. Please understand that there may be some overlap among the preceding departments. Other possibilities should be revealed with a further review of the typical university's resources. Virtually all forms of assistance can be communicated through the internet.

Suitable universities

It goes without question that obtaining any form of participation from a public university on our behalf would be a near impossibility. In fact, it is not unreasonable to state that most professors in public universities are openly hostile to anything associated with our goals. As for self-named religious universities, we cannot make a blanket assumption that their leadership or individual professors would all welcome us with open arms. This is because many religious universities are "Rhino" universities (Religious In Name Only). They basically give lip service to their founding mission and pursue a primarily non-religious or anti-religious curriculum. Others may be quite religious, but their understanding of their respective religions is quite liberal, extremely self-debasing or appeasing in nature. Still, there are a number of universities having faculty and students which have stayed true to their founding mission and will also not be pushovers when faced with blatant or stealth aggression from Islamic Supremacism. These universities may include those which are devoted to: Buddhism; Judaism; Sikhism; Hinduism, Christianity and so forth. Of course, within each religion there may be different sects or schools of thought. But if a religious university is truly devoted to the survival and promotion of its foundational beliefs in a hostile world, there is a high probability of it having a faculty and student body which is at least somewhat aware of the threats which face them from Islamification.

Desire for discretion

1683 AD has various universities in mind which would appear as likely having prospects among their faculty and students for participation. However, we will not be posting their names here as we do not want to have them targeted for any harassment campaigns by the opposition. We would also encourage all of our readers to avoid discussing any potential participants on the internet for all to see, for the same reason. We are bringing this up because we have to keep in mind that in today's politically correct world, efforts to preserve Civilization are roundly attacked and enterprises which seek cooperation with the Islamic Supremacist agenda are heartily applauded by the powers that be. Since we do not know whether a university with faculty and/or student participants would or would not be sensitive to such criticism, we have decided to err on the side of caution. This basic theme of caution is picked up again, below. Ideally, it is preferred that no group or university (including individual faculty members or students) publicly announce their involvement in any ventures which may develop. It is best that any joint operations "fly under the radar" in a stealth manner.

Flexibility in searches for partners

We would also suggest that groups not restrict their searches for a university with potentially helpful faculty and students to their home nation. The same goes with any universities which are seeking out groups to help. There may in fact be more appropriate partners for such ventures abroad. A similar flexibility should be taken with contemplating the religion of the university and the activist group; a Christian university could help a Sikh group; a Jewish university could help a Hindu group, and so on. We must not lose sight of the fact that in each pairing of differing religions, they both face the same threat from the same ultimate source.

Initiating and maintaining contact

As alluded to above, it is important to bring up the issue of security as it pertains to developing contacts between professors/students and resistance groups. Although our focus on the university side is with individual professors and students, as opposed to universities as entities, the reader could interchange the term "university" with "professors" and "students" in this narrative if full, official university involvement is ultimately deemed desirable by university leadership.

As the reader is aware, it is a common tactic of the opposition to issue direct threats of violence against an individual or organization which stands against them. But quite often, they do not even need to be direct about their threats. They need simply imply that "something" might just happen if resistance efforts persist. This is often enough to make many potential allies cease in their helpful efforts. Particularly vulnerable to direct or implied threats would be an organization which has a fixed, physical address. Naturally, a university would fit such a description. We would not want to encourage or enable anything along these lines. Likewise, we do not want to just lay down our arms and let the Islamic Supremacist takeover commence. Therefore, we would urge that the following steps be taken in initiating any contact, as they would help limit any awareness of joint cooperation leaking to the public. The reader will note that the focus is on establishing connections between professors/students and resistance groups, not between universities (as entities) and resistance groups.

If you are in an organization fighting Islamification, you have an established history and are prominent in this fight, there would not seem to be any difficulty in initiating contact with a specific professor in a suitable university department via your website e-mail address (or by telephone or regular mail). Should a response be received, there might be a few initial e-mail exchanges which incorporate the university's e-mail system, but we would encourage you to ask the university recipient as soon as possible to transfer their communication with you to a private e-mail address (yahoo, hotmail, etc.), perhaps bearing a different name, and continue discussions there. Skype ( http://www.skype.com/ ) is another possibility, as is the use of TigerText ( http://www.tigertext.com/ ), which is elaborated upon in another post here on protecting protest communications. This suggested approach admittedly comes across as a bit unusual, but it would ensure that any activity which arises through such a contact will not be subject to the assertion that it is an "official" university project, should any authorities seek out a paper or electronic trail for contrived reasons.

With communications settled, discussions could then proceed. If the professor wishes to volunteer his own time and effort to the inquiring organization as a private citizen, it would easily be seen as the effort of a private individual with no official university involvement. Furthermore, there would be no way in which anyone would know whether the professor was actually using university resources in the course of providing assistance. It is unlikely that there would be tight restrictions on such usage in a religious university (gut feeling here).

The other main option which the resistance organization and the professor could discuss would be the provision of student assistance. The professor could decide on his own, without a need for official administration approval, to launch a continuing class project which focuses on providing assistance in some form to the organization. If he does so, he should simply divulge such efforts (in writing) as involving "friends" or "associates", instead of the resistance organization name, in order to minimize or blur a paper or electronic trail. In conveying the project details to the class in the relative privacy of the classroom, the focus should be on the "mechanics" of the assistance and it should not center on the "correctness" or "worthiness" of the cause. To do so might call into question a university's tax exempt status (which possibly prohibits intended political activism). Thus, with these measures, it could not be charged that the student efforts are politically motivated. Then again, we have the issue of freedom of expression in a classroom, which might exempt any out-in-the-open political acts, in a classroom setting, from tax concerns. If this is true, all of the protective measures as just described would not be needed.

One possible way out to escape any possible tax-related concerns would be if a project was presented to a conveniently formed student club or organization (where class membership would be an admission requirement), which would likely have more leeway to act in a political manner without fear of repercussions from university authorities. The only disadvantage to that would be the attainment of course credit, but then again, maybe not. It might be possible to encourage students within select religious universities to get together on their own and initiate "unofficial" student clubs. For example, students in the Media Arts ' Journalism department at "X" University could band together and announce the availability of their services. They could then weigh the worthiness of requests for aid. Technically, they would not be a part of the university, thus clearing the university of any charges of political incorrectness. In addition, the club would not have a physical address, making any actions by the opposition virtually impossible to launch.

An "internship" angle involving the provision of assistance to a resistance group might also be explored.

If you are just trying to start up an organization, it is quite conceivable that professors within a religious university might be quite suspicious of your motives. The best recourse in such a situation would be for you to secure considerable face-time credibility with an organization (like a house of worship) which professors in a targeted university department would likely respect. Such an organization could then make introductions on your behalf.

It is unlikely that a professor from a religious university would initiate contact with someone who is starting an organization, as it would probably not pop up on his radar. Should he initiate contact with an existing organization, with the intent of providing his own expertise or that of his students, the organization would probably not wish to disclose anything regarding their operations without some sort of evidence to confirm the professor's association with a university which can be perceived as supportive of resistance to Islamic Supremacism. Therefore, a brief, initial e-mail using the university's e-mail would be expected. Once the ice is broken, further communication could continue as discussed previously.

Request for readers to help jump-start some action

We must concede that the students and staff at some of our potentially receptive universities might not yet be aware of the threat of Islamification and the overall Islamic Supremacist agenda. Therefore, if any of our readers have close contacts with administrators (or faculty members) at candidate universities, we would urge you to take the time to contact them and apprise them of the potential benefits which could accrue to their faith through participation in the manner as outlined in this presentation. If they are in support of the concept, they would likely encourage proactive measures on the part of their respective faculties or at least encourage them to be receptive to any inquiries which resistance groups may make.

Conclusion

The assistance which students and / or professors could provide could be just what is needed to help a group break out and begin to make a suitable impact in their nation. Once suitable attention is obtained, it is conceivable that the likelihood for outside financial backing and other resources would be greatly enhanced.

Some may express a concern that this post would be revealing a secret strategy. Not to worry. The opposition already has billions of petrodollars at their disposal. They will always be in a position to secure top notch resources to promote their campaign of deception and conquest. We may not necessarily need to match them in terms of resources. If we can just wake up a sufficient portion of the population, we could develop a momentum which no amount of money can turn back. We just need a boost at these early stages to get things going.

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