Sunday, November 27, 2011

Interview with Pamela Geller

Pundit Press is proud to present interview number 46 in our ongoing series. Our interviewee requires no introduction. One of the top bloggers on the net, Pamela Geller has been leading the fight against Islamofascism and runs Atlas Shrugs. We thank her for her time.

1. When and why did you start Atlas Shrugs?

After 911 I felt guilty I did not know who had attacked this country. And when I found out, I felt guilty I didn't understand the ideology that would inspire such hate and mass murder. Increasingly I turned to the web because the media was derelict in covering the global jihad. I became a frequent commenter on various blogs and so, of course, one thing led to another. I started Atlas Shrugs in February 2005. The Internet was burgeoning as the alternative to the ideological lockstep of the big media, and I wanted to do my part to defend freedom and civilization after 911.

2. What has been your proudest moment as a blogger?

It is hard to isolate just one, but I'm very proud of establishing the Aqsa Parvez Memorial Grove, dedicated to victims of honor killing, in American Independence Park outside Jerusalem. This was the first public expression in the West of any determination to resist the importation of Islamic honor killing into our countries. Also leading the Freedom Rallies against the Ground Zero Mosque in June and September 2010. Tens of thousands came to stand for freedom against Islamic supremacism and the triumphal mosque at Ground Zero.

3. What has been President Obama's worst move in office?

Here again, it is hard to isolate just one. He has destroyed our standing in the world, drastically routed our economy, betrayed Israel and left it more vulnerable than ever to the Islamic jihadists, enabled the rise of Islamic Sharia states in North Africa and the Middle East that will be inveterate haters of America, betrayed our allies in Eastern Europe and Central America -- in so many ways he has hurt the U.S. and Americans during his disastrous presidency, it will take us years to recover.

4. Can (or will) Islam be reformed?

Anything is possible as history unfolds, but given the texts and teachings of the Qur'an and Sunnah, and the way they've been interpreted throughout history by mainstream Islamic sects and schools of jurisprudence, this seems extremely unlikely.

5. Where is Occupy Wall Street heading?

Straight to hell. It is a movement of looters, moochers, and destroyers, bent on ruining capitalism, the greatest economic system the world has ever known, the most benevolent and the engine of the prosperity that led to our unqualified leadership and preeminence in the world. And the system that enabled these parasites to spend all their time demonstrating.

6. Who is your biggest influence?

Ayn Rand, who best articulated the premise on which I think and act, individual rights.

7. Anything else you'd like to add?

Fight the great fight. Fight for freedom. Do not be cowed into silence. Fight with every breath in your body. For art, music but most of all, love.

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  1. Great interview.

  2. We love you Pamela. You have a lot of support on the blogosphere!

  3. I still can't find the interview link. It was by telephone or something?

    Pamela has a lot more support than the inverse reality (leftist) media would care to show. She takes the heat for a lot of people, who need to make their voices heard. You go, Pamela! You know you are over the target when you make them squirm like this. Like this little putz at the "Little Green Footballs." He is the Perez Hilton of politics, or what?

  4. The interview was via email.

    Glad you liked it!

  5. what a joke!!! lmao pamela gellar is a bigot

    nuff said

  6. I came up with the idea of the "koran Puffie" after Pastor Terry Jones’s burn a Koran day on 9-11-2010. According to the FBI I field tested a small quantity of "koran Puffies".
    Since then, I have had my house raided by the USPS, FBI, and several other agencies (October 6, 2010).
    Had my computers and other materials taken. Have been in several jails, spent 4 months getting psyco testing at the FMC in Butner, NC (I passed OK), have had my Social Security suspended (my families major financial support -I will be 73 years old on Nov. 9, 2011, and am now facing felony charges in Federal Court -case 10-CR-412-VEH-JEO-2. If convicted, I will probably spend the rest of my life in prison and my totally disabled wife of 34 years will probably also die because she will no longer have my Social Security.
    Note: I am using as part of my defense the fact that I cannot be put on trial if we don’t have a legal Chief Executive (President) of the USA.

  7. Wow....what a great...interview...(sarc)
    The questions were really so difficult. I wonder why she wasn't asked what her favorite color was.

    Don't get me wrong. I like Pam Geller. But I think more planning should have gone into the interview.
    You want to see what a good interview is? Go here:
    BlackbootJack knows how to interview a guest. Take a lesson.

  8. ITF...I was thinking the exact same thing.LOL!!!