Cultural Enlightenment

I am getting addicted to metal music again. I got introduced to the band Stuck Mojo. Their music is fresh and unapologetically patriotic at times take a look at the video of their song “Open Season“. Man does not live on electronic music alone, one needs guitars to level out their musical appetites. Its amazing what a visit to Free Republic does for you on the issues you agree with the readership.

I was encouraged to take advantage of the American Express Members Project where card members who hold at least one of their credit/charge cards could vote on what worthy lasting project you could do to make the world a better place. A mother with a child with Down’s Syndrome encouraged people to vote for the project to improve awareness of people with the condition. I do believe all life is valuable, even if a human being does not have the full intelligence that the majority have, they can still live a productive life.  

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  1. There is another Stuck Mojo “Open Season” remix you might be interested in: Stuck Mojo Open Season (Sex, Sharia Remix) Music Video, the first music video to include the entire contents of an Islamically suppressed book.

    Stuck Mojo Open Season (Sex, Sharia Remix)


    Remix and extended version of the music video for the Stuck Mojo song “Open Season,” dedicated to Mariwan Halabjaee,* “the Salman Rushdie of Iraqi-Kurdistan.” Mr. Halabjaee is the author of the book “Sex, Sharia and Women in the History of Islam.” He was forced to flee Iraqi-Kurdistan and obtain political asylum in Norway because the Islamic League of Kurdistan issued a fatwa to kill him, and the Kurdistan Regional Government refused to offer him protection or to arrest those who threatened his life.

    For more information, see:
    Sex, Sharia and Women in the History of Islam
    http://charlesrcblog.googlepages.com/home

    * Mariwan Halabjaee (sp. Marywan / Halabjay, Halabjayee, Halabjaye, Halabjayi)

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