WARNING: Before you click that PLAY arrow, please read my brief comments. This movie, about which Andrew Bostom wrote and thereby brought to my attention on May 19, is a graphic depiction of a Bulgarian village forced to convert to Islam by the Ottoman Turk Empire during the late 1600s. It is violent. But, then, jihad is violent. Hellishly violent. Based upon Anton Donchev’s novel, inspired by eyewitness written accounts of what happened in the village of Elindenya, it is a very disturbing work. Dr. Bostom tells us that the movie screened at the 1988 Cannes Festival.
“Time of Violence” is four and one-half hours in length. I have watched the entire production, in segments. The language is Bulgarian. There are English subtitles. I could not stop watching until the end. The movie grabbed me and held me. It is a historically accurate depiction of the brutality visited upon non-Muslim peoples throughout the bloody, violent conquests of the three great waves of jihad.
We are currently in the third wave of jihad, ladies and gentlemen. And our so-called leaders don’t have a clue as to what’s really happening to us. We’re being Islamized.