Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Medieval Islamic city indeed: Arabian Nights and Days by Naguib Mahfouz

It’s small wonder the Academy of Swedish Virtue Signallers awarded the 1988 Nobel Prize for Author Classifications Heretofore Overlooked to Egyptian writer Naguib Mahfouz. The guy was a genius.

In the style of 1001 Nights, Mahfouz relates the tales of a varied assortment of brown trash inhabiting a medieval Islamic city. But attentive readers soon grasp the author’s prescience; Mahfouz wasn’t really writing about a medieval city, he was accurately predicting the current Muslim outbreak of beheadings, thievery, wife beatings, and other assorted bestial acts of thuggery. Residents of cities as far afield as Dearborn and Rotterdam will recognise these Islamic cultural artefacts immediately.

The good news, if Mahfouz is right, is that in the long run Muslims either kill most people they know, learn the error of their ways and float off into the ether, or turn into genies. The bad news is that after colonising the West, they start out by killing all the unbelievers.

Like (((radical socialists))) plotting the downfall of Western civilisation, the intent of current Muslim infestations is in plain sight for anyone who wants to look. I mean, come on, even the Swedish pansies handing out gongs to third-rate scribblers understand this much. It’s not as though they hold a different opinion; they’re working on the inside to abet the plan. 

I told you he was a genius. 

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