Monday, September 18, 2006

Spengler's Postscript

From Jihad, the Lord's Supper, and eternal life
Regarding Benedict XVI's statement that the characterization of the Prophet Mohammed did not reflect his "personal opinion": In 1938, at the peak of Stalin's terror, a Muscovite called the KGB to report that his parrot had escaped. The KGB officer said, "Why are you calling us?" The Muscovite averred, "I want to state for the record that I do not share the parrot's political opinions."


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PJB, Benedict XVI--On God and the Prophet
William Lind, Will the Trumpet Sound Uncertain?

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