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Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler » Oriana Fallaci Dies at 76

…and a guiding light in the fight against Islamic Fascism and the creeping conquest of the West goes out.

I first learned about her shortly after 9/11, when her book “The Rage and the Pride” came out, a book that no home should be without a copy of.

Oriana was a kindred spirit, somebody who understood that, in order to have any hope of defeating an enemy, you must first acknowledge its existence and realize the true nature of it, without excuses, squeamishness and the cowardly unwillingness to face reality that the modern West has become infamous for.

And she did.

As was to be expected, she was met with vilification and hatred rather than intelligent arguments. She was accused of inciting hatred against Islam and was even dragged into court. France, in the best traditions of fascism, tried to have her books banned even as Paris was burning, set alight by members of the “Religion of Peace” that they would accept no criticism of.

In an irony that I’m sure wasn’t lost on Oriana, the politically correct cowards of what she called “Eurabia”, in their desperate attempts to fascistically oppress her dissent, proved every single one of her points about them: that what was once a proud civilization had degenerated into a spineless caricature of itself, busy whoring itself out to whoever might come asking.

Mercifully, she passed on before she could witness the final Islamization of the country and continent that she loved, but I’m sure that she hoped, right up to the last minute, that somehow the seemingly inevitable fate of Eurabia and the world could be avoided.

Our job now is to make sure that her hopes were not in vain.

Pick up the torch that has fallen from her hands and carry the light of truth forward.

Refuse, like Oriana did, to ever let your language be castrated by politically correct shibboleths.

Describe the world as it is, rather than how the gutless weasels that we call “leaders” would like for it to be.

The one sure way to get run over by an oncoming freight train is to be caught looking in the wrong direction.

Rest in peace, Oriana.

We’ll take it from here.

14 Responses to “Oriana Fallaci Dies at 76”
  1. LC Draco Comment by LC Draco

    Pick up the torch that has fallen from her hands and carry the light of truth forward.

    Refuse, like Oriana did, to ever let your language be castrated by politically correct shibboleths.

    Describe the world as it is, rather than how the gutless weasels that we call “leaders” would like for it to be.

    The one sure way to get run over by an oncoming freight train is to be caught looking in the wrong direction.

    Rest in peace, Oriana.

    x2

    I will not submit, ever. She will be missed.

  2. Lady Heather Comment by Lady Heather UNITED STATES

    No submission here either. Ever.

    RIP, ma’am. I’ll be happy to help carry that torch.

  3. Unregistered Comment by Cheryl

    I was terribly upset to read about Oriana Fallaci’s passing. What a terrible loss for freedom.

  4. Unregistered Trackback by The Templar Times UNITED STATES

    Carnival Against Islamofacism– Orianna Fallaci Ed…

    I know this is about . . . a month late. No excuses. My Bad.

    Today is the Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows (Mater Delorosa). Today is also the day we recieved word that Oriana Fallaci, this Coyote’s inspiration, has departed this world at the ripe age….

  5. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    Hmmm, I wonder if Kissinger bothered to pay attention to Ms. Fallaci?

  6. Unregistered Trackback by Stop The ACLU

    Oriana Fallaci, R.I.P….

    Hat tip Robinik who describes Oriana Fallaci in my comments as:
    Oriama Fallaci was an Italian writer. She was in New York (where she lived) the 9/11 and she was our best fighter against terrorist, islamofascist and the part of Europe that prefer to b…

  7. B.C. Comment by B.C. UNITED STATES

    I just read about her passing at C&R. The world has lost the voice & pen of a true warrior in its battle against the Islamic hordes.

    Rest In Peace, Madame Fallaci

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  10. franklaughter Comment by franklaughter

    She said in a speech in 2002:

    “The clash between us and them is not a military clash. Oh, no. It is a cultural one, a religious one. And our military victories do not solve the offensive of Islamic terrorism. On the contrary, they encourage it. They exacerbate it, they multiply it. The worst is still to come.”

    More at

  11. Unregistered Trackback by Common Sense Junction UNITED STATES

    Oriana Fallaci: Dead at 76…

    Misha I @ Anti_Idiotarian Rottweiler renders an excellent encomium to a great writer and a superb intellect. He says, “…and a guiding light in the fight against Islamic Fascism and the creeping conquest of the West goes out.”
    I encourage …

  12. MrSpkr Comment by MrSpkr UNITED STATES

    Rest in peace, Oriana.

    On the flip side — score 44 points for me in the Dead Pool!

  13. Alan K. Henderson Comment by Alan K. Henderson UNITED STATES

    I guess she won’t be making that December 18 court date to face that anti-defamation lawsuit regarding her book The Rage and the Pride see Wikipedia article). Even in death she slaps political correctness.

  14. maxxdog Comment by maxxdog UNITED STATES

    A fine, strong woman! She leaves us with her writings and speeches and the clarity they bring forth. In our struggle against the jihadis and the socialist lefties she despised we have her example to draw on in these troubled times.
    Thank you Madame Fallaci, for the beacon of light you have shown us. We will keep it burning bright!