Gallant Geller

Lindsay Perigo's picture
Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Sun, 2017-12-03 00:11

The virtue most lacking in public life is courage. Cowardice is universal; the craven fear of social opprobrium makes lickspittles of almost everyone. Never has this been more true than now, when the dictates of Islamo-Marxism hold sway, manifested in a suffocating Political Correctness and the relentless advance of Sharia Law.

Pamela Geller is one of the few people on earth with courage—so much courage that it almost counter-balances the absence of it in billions of ... I was going to say "fellow-humans," but while she is human (superlatively so), most of them are not.

She and fellow-human-hero Bosch Fawstin came close to being assassinated by sub-human Islamosavages in Texas, at a Mohammed-drawing competition she had organised in response to the slaughter by Islamosavages of Charlie Hebdo cartoonists in Paris. Obama's FBI was implicated in that assassination plot. You can read the chilling details of that, and much much more in Pamela's new book, FATWA—Hunted in America, which I've just finished.

If you want to be reminded of just how evil are CNN and the Fake News media generally (the "enemedia" Pamela calls them), there's plenty here that you may have forgotten. If you want evidence that so-called "moderate" Muslims such as Zuhdi Jasser are in truth "stealth Jihadists," you'll find it here. You'll encounter the usual suspects from any run-of-the-mill pantheon of perfidy—suspects such as Academia, the Southern Poverty Law Centre, George Soros, Democrats, Geraldo Rivera, Faecesbook, the Council for American-Islamic Relations (CAIR, a Hamas/Muslim Brotherhood front), Black Lives Matter, Theresa May, et al—but you might be surprised to see the likes of CPAC, Grover Norquist and Laura Ingraham fraternising with The Filth as well. On the side of Good, you'll find none quoted more often than Ayn Rand. Particularly apposite is, "In any war between the civilized man and the savage, choose the civilized man," cited by Geert Wilders and mistakenly attributed to Pamela in his Foreword to the book.

Rand was once called "the bravest man in America" by Ludwig von Mises. (She especially liked the "man" part.) That title, or "bravest woman" if one prefers, now belongs to Pamela Geller. Though the Islamosavages' fatwa hangs over her, leftists seek to destroy her and spineless "conservatives" betray her, she remains steadfast and unflinching in her own Jihad for freedom, individual rights, capitalism ... and Western Civilisation. FATWA—Hunted in America is her astonishing story. Here's how it ends:

If this book is proof of anything, it is that one person can make a difference. That means YOU. You must be unafraid. You must embrace the smear, defamation and libel. You must get on social media and shout. You must share the web sites, articles and activism on your pages, social media channels and email contacts. You must go to protests, events, conferences and networks—meet people, network, start a group, invite us to speak. Do something. ... I am one person. So are you. Together we are an army.

The best tribute you can pay to Gallant Geller is to buy her book ... then set about emulating her.


Mark Hunter's picture

Scratch “nutty as a fruitcake,” it’s too broad. The rest of the post is OK except I would add that Geller is still useful to the cause of immigration patriotism, apparently her manner doesn’t turn everybody off like it does me.

Linz may misunderstand my point about her weathervane position on Trump. The point is not that she changed her mind it is why.

Comparing Linz’s change of mind to hers is wrong. Linz changed his mind so long before the election I never noticed he had ever opposed Trump. Geller vehemently opposed Trump all through the campaign. She didn’t change her mind until a while after he became president – when it became apparent Trump was not as much the immigration patriot he had made out during the campaign.

Geller's 2017 book came out after I wrote “Birds of a Feather”. What does it say that would change the essay?

My comment on Geller’s writing about nuking Europe for good measure – I copy-pasted those two paragraphs right from her website – was a sarcastic witticism that’s more interesting to read than (insert any negative epithet). Millennials don’t have a copyright on it, why drag them in.

Sure, praise Geller for the good she has done but don’t praise her to the skies. Anyone who wrote that business about nuking Europe cannot be trusted.

"Nutty as a fruitcake" ...

Lindsay Perigo's picture

... is the type of denigration brave people who state their names and show their faces in the battle against evil regularly attract from evil's practitioners and apologists who often do neither. Trump, we are assured by The Filth, is "nutty as a fruitcake," to the point where the 25th Amendment should be invoked. Soviet dissidents, we may recall, were incarcerated in mental institutions, with their emotionalism no doubt being cited as evidence of their being "nutty as a fruitcake." Can't have emotion, now, can we—especially when confronting evil!

I can't vouch for what Pamela said in 2010, but in the 2017 book I'm reviewing here she is scathing about German Jews who appeased Hitler and American Jews who are appeasing Islam right now. She is not "anything goes if it's Jewish."

So she changed her mind about Trump? So did I. So did Bosch. Their initial attitude to Trump, based on his appalling response to the attempted massacre in Garland, was entirely justified. It's Trump who changed, not they.

But for Pamela you'd have a mega-mosque at Ground Zero today.

To know the ridiculousness of saying that in the absence of Muslims Pamela would be as pro-open borders as ARISIS and all the other globalists, one would need to read her book. I'm surprised someone whose research is normally impeccable has not bothered to do this, while being willing to quote some entity who utters such atrocious moronnialisms as " ... kind of, oh I don’t know, extreme?"

I repeat: Pamela Geller is the bravest man in America. And I don't have to think twice to say it.

Enemy of enemy but no friend.

Mark Hunter's picture

Practically all Jews who buy into Jewish culture (some don’t) promote open borders thinking that diluting whites is so very good for the Jews that it more than compensates for bringing in Islamics who are bad for them. Geller realizes that this is a grave mistake.

That is all. All she cares about are the Jews. If Muslims disappeared tomorrow she would be as much for open borders as ARI.

The following is copy-pasted from “Birds of a Feather”:

Here are two complete paragraphs from Ms. Geller’s “Atlas Shrugs” blog entry of February 24, 2010, about Muslim immigration to Europe (bolding removed, the extended ellipses hers):
“Here is more on the Jews fleeing Europe (Sweden and Paris, for example) that I have been covering. Israel is essential. And I pray dearly that in the ungodly event that Tehran or its jihadi proxies (Hez’ballah, Hamas etc) target Israel with a nuke, that she retaliate with everything she has at Tehran, Mecca, and Medina ...............

“Not to mention Europe. They exterminated all their Jews, but that wasn’t enough. Those monsters then went on to import the next generation of Jew killers.”

She goes on to criticize Muslim immigration to Europe because Muslims hate Jews.

One can agree that Europe’s policy of unrestricted immigration is a big mistake, but as a reaction to that mistake isn’t nuking Europe kind of, oh I don’t know, extreme?

In her article “Pardon Pollard” published on “The American Thinker” website (22 December 2010) she says releasing Pollard would not only be “a simple act of justice ... but also an act of mercy. This is a matter of saving a life, a Jewish life – the life of a man worth saving.” She goes on to call his sentence “Pure antisemitism” and argues Pollard’s innocence as follows:  “... let’s be frank, shall we? If Israel really wanted to spy on the United States, it wouldn’t use a Jewish guy.” That’s her complete argument.

In the first quote, if Iran or any group that she can remotely tie to it is responsible for nuking Israel Geller “shall pray dearly” that Israel retaliate – that is, nuke – not only Iran et al but Europe as well.

Why? According to her (1) all of Europe exterminated every Jew in Europe, which is ridiculous, and (2) Europe is importing Muslims, which is true, but what group advocates the importing the loudest?

Two more points...

Geller vehemently opposed Trump during the election. Not long after he became president she did an about face, which tells against Trump in practice as opposed to Trump in words.

She’s not really convincing you to end Muslim immigration because you already agree. And because she talks in a stupid and emotional manner she will be poor at convincing anyone who doesn’t already agree with her.

Geller is nutty as a fruitcake. Think twice about praising her to the skies.

General Sherman

Bruno's picture

When are we going to send a twenty-first century William Tecumseh Sherman to bring order back to Rogue California? Secession is wrong according to post-Southern War Of Independence America, so...

Sanctuary State California

Lindsay Perigo's picture

Jerry Brown, Filth, the sub-human Democrat Governor of California, has just declared California a Sanctuary State for illegal aliens. Wait for ARISIS to demand an apology to the illegals as well as amnesty:

Joke signs were posted on California highways as The Golden State became a sanctuary state in the new year.

Posted under the 'Welcome to California' highway signs, they read: 'OFFICIAL SANCTUARY STATE, Felons, Illegals and MS13 Welcome! Democrats Need The Votes!' along with the seal of California and the Democratic Donkey symbol.

Read more:


Brant Gaede's picture

As an aside I note that "Pigman" is holding up Jefferson's famous "upon the altar of God" quote.

In 1960 I visited my grandfather Irving Brant in Washington D.C. and he showed me the proof pages of his final volume of six Madison biography. He then took me to various sites in the capital including the Jefferson Memorial. He pointed out the Jefferson quotation engraved on the inside of the rotunda. He said his friend Harold Ickes, the Secretary of the Interior, asked him for a quotation for the soon to be completed Memorial and he suggested that one.


there will be no outrage

Tore's picture

there will be no outrage from anyone associated with the ARI. "twitter is a private company, they can do whatever they want" is the level where they're at. cucks, all of them. 

Oh dear...

Olivia's picture


Open threats from those who do murder are fine with Twitter while speaking facts by those who don't is not. Twitter equals Filth! So does ARISIS.

Bosch banned from Twit-Witter

Lindsay Perigo's picture

Islam-loving Twit-Witter removes Bosch Fawstin:

Where is ARISIS?!


Lindsay Perigo's picture

A splendid review. Feel free to publish it here in full, with links to your website of course. Same goes for your great new piece on Rand and Trump.

Protect the Good Guys -- But Also Attack the Bad Ones

Kyrel Zantonavitch's picture

Geller and Fawstin need to be protected at all costs. America needs to go after their jihadi threateners, with energy and high aggression, everywhere on earth.

It sickened me beyond all description when America refused to seriously condemn and bomb Iran in 1989 after the Salman Rushdie fatwa. That was the root of all this. We should have nipped this evil in the bud. Now we have to work a thousand times harder to accomplish the same thing.

So too when Russia, China, Pakistan, and North Korea acquired nukes. They needed to be seriously condemned and bombed. Now we have to work a thousand times harder to effectively defend ourselves.

So too when Rand acted like a cult leader in the 1960s, and when Peikoff did the same in the 1980s. They should have been damned and resisted ferociously. Now we have to work a thousand times harder to defeat this horror.

Humans have a marvelous capacity, and even desire, for self-destruction, not nipping evil in the bud, and making easy things stunningly difficult.


Grant Jones's picture

I just finished my review of Geller's wonderful book. She's America's Iron Lady.


Discussion of review on Pamela's web site

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Dan Knight • a day ago
Pamela is the Heroine of Hour, and has already earned her wings among the angels.

Fatwa covers a good bit few of us regulars knew, and it reminds us of what she has gone through for the past sixteen years.
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Suresh • a day ago
Pamela is True Hero of Free world. Those who ignore her warning will sink into jihadi hellholes.

Dems/Left/Liberals pro-jihadis can get away with sexual assault/Rape and worse.

And the Vile Left/liberal Pro-islam crooks get away with sexual harassment, intimidation and Prostitution and then intimidate / shut down those who oppose them

...while claiming to be morally superior to the "deplorables"!
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AlgorithmicAnalyst • a day ago
Good review, very accurate.
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GandalfsTrouserpress • 11 hours ago
Just finished reading it last night; brave and fearless woman, righteous cause, great read, lots of back story and right on the button.
It should be in everyone's Christmas stocking. Smiling
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Alleged-Comment • 14 hours ago
Yes, I wondered about that. Where are the men? Well, we got that Dutch guy too, who doesn't put up with them either. But the rest???

Whimpering out...... Good for nothing!!
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Joy Daniels Brower • 14 hours ago
Spot-on and NOT "over the top," as some might think. indeed, Pam's non-stop examination and reporting of the danger currently being posed by Islam to ALL of us in the once so-called 'Free World," is a welcome break from most of the drivel emanating from the Marxist Left, including (and especially?) the MSM/LSM!
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