Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Denise Spellberg, Dhimmi Extraordinaire

Denise Spellberg, associate professor of history at the University of Texas at Austin is a pro-Islam apologist in academe who, in typical Islamic fashion (though she may well not be Muslim herself), became hysterically concerned over the possible publication of the recent fictional novel about Mohammed and his 9-year-old wife Aisha (The Jewel of Medina) and effectively put a stop to that publication.

One of her scholarly articles is "Could a Muslim Be President? An Eighteenth-Century Constitutional Debate" published in the journal Eighteenth-Century Studies, 39.4 (2006) 485-506 -- a discursus that is unctuously reeking of the gymnastically bending-over-backwards genuflection toward the Orient with her rear end facing her own Occident that has become so typical of MESA Nostra. One wonders why the vast majority of Western people tend to be PC MC in the first place; and one wonders even more why certain numbers of them devote their lives to being such in the context of Islam: this wonderment becomes all the more acute when we ponder that Ms. Spellberg might be Jewish -- which would be like a Jewish scholar spending their lives lovingly and hagiographically studying the history of the Nazis.

1 comment:

hms78 said...

Dear author:

You say "One wonders why the vast majority of Western people tend to be PC MC in the first place; and one wonders even more why certain numbers of them devote their lives to being such in the context of Islam: this wonderment becomes all the more acute when we ponder that Ms. Spellberg might be Jewish "


Have you considered the possibility that these people see something in islam that you have so far not been able to see ?

Please keep an open mind i.e avoid seeing the world through stereotypes, avoid being afraid of the other: race/religion and learn the facts not tainted by the above mentioned tendencies.

I hope and pray that one day you too will see the truth.

-Peace.