I JUST FINISHED watching the documentary, Farewell Israel: Bush, Iran, and The Revolt of Islam. I liked most of it, and I think it will be a useful tool for us citizen warriors who want to help educate and motivate our fellow kafirs to join us in stopping Islam's relentless encroachment.
The first half is very good. It covers the history of Islam from the beginning, putting emphasis on how Muhammad and then his followers treated kafirs — particularly Jews. The presentation was very fair and straightforward. If anything, I thought they were a little generous toward Islam. For example, in describing a major attack on the Muslims at Medina, the narrator failed to mention why Mecca was attacking (Mecca was a major trading city, with caravans arriving all the time, and Muhammad and his Muslims kept attacking the caravan, killing their business and killing their people). But maybe this point wasn't necessary.
And maybe it is a good thing to be overly fair to the Muslims because there was plenty of negative stuff to report, and maybe the extreme fairness would help a viewer who knows nothing about Islam accept the information when they realize the documentary is, if anything, overly fair to Islam.
Other than that, and the goofy song at the end, the DVD was very good, very informative, and very fast-paced. It's definitely something I will loan to people.
One of the things the film does right from the start is contrast what non-Muslims mean when they say "religion" versus what a Muslim means by the term. And what a non-Muslim means when they say "freedom" or "peace" or "equality" versus what a Muslim means. I thought, "Now that is a great way to open someone's eyes to the situation." They could have added the distinction between what Muslims might define as an "innocent civilian" versus the way actual innocent civilians might define it.
The film traces the history of jihad from Muhammad to the present, and explains very well what the trouble in the Middle East has been about since the formation of Israel. It was frustrating to watch leaders of Israel and the United States and the UN completely misunderstand the Muslims' intentions. Again and again, ignorant leaders appeased and conceded to Muslim pressure, only to be stabbed in the back.
Islam only moves forward unless it is forced back. It will never retreat or stop voluntarily. It keeps moving forward, using every means possible to gain ground, to gain land, to gain political power, to gain converts, to gain the upper hand, and to subjugate kafirs. That's what the heart of Islam is about: To create a world of peace and harmony where everyone on earth has submitted to Shari'a law and the whole world is Allah's.
How can someone be the leader of Israel and not know anything about the most basic Islamic teachings? It baffles the mind!
The relentless, one-way direction of their efforts, and the persistent ignorance of people "negotiating" with them reminds me of a scene from the first terminator movie (The Terminator). In the scene, Kyle (the man who came back through time to protect Sarah Connor) is trying to explain to Sarah what the terminator is. She wasn't getting it. She didn't understand. She was actually refusing to get it.
Kyle finally grabs her wrists and yells at her: "Listen! That terminator is out there. It can't be bargained with, it can't be reasoned with, it doesn't feel pity or remorse or fear, and it absolutely WILL NOT STOP. Ever! Until you are DEAD!"
At that point, it finally got through to her, and all the wind left her body. It looked like she'd been punched in the stomach.
That needs to happen to kafirs worldwide. They need to really get what we're dealing with. The Islam's relentless encroachment will not be difficult to deal with once we fully come to grips with it. We can simply stop giving any concessions to Islam, no matter how hard they push. They've been contained before. Their relentless expansion can be contained again. But not while we're living in fairyland. That's why DVDs like Farewell Israel: Bush, Iran, and The Revolt of Islam are so important. People need to be educated. Once they are, the choices are pretty clear.
Please buy the DVD, watch it three or four times, and then start loaning it to your friends.