You may think that reports of vigilante gangs roaming the streets of London forcing people to comply with a particular religion’s tenets would be big news.
Not for the BBC.
Muslim gangs attempting to turn their area of London into Muslim only enclaves where British law is held in contempt and attacks on non-Muslims making them comply with Sharia law as they do so might catch a news editor’s eye.
It did for the Daily Mail, the Sunday Times, the Times of Israel, and even on the Sub Continent where the Indian Express covered the story…their by line is though…‘Journalism of Courage’…..something notably lacking in the BBC.
If you respond…‘Well it’s only a few fanatics’….my response would be so was the IRA, so were the Nazis.
Joseph Ernst Renan (1823-1892):
Muslims are the first victims of Islam. Many times I have observed in my travels in the Orient that fanaticism comes from a small number of dangerous men who maintain the others in the practice of religion by terror. To liberate the Muslim from his religion is the best service one can render him.
A small group prepared to use violence to intimidate and control a population can easily become dominant given the right conditions.
One of those conditions is that no one speaks out, no one dares to say anything….individuals in case they then become the targets, the establishment for fear of stoking more violence.
Look at Rochdale where everyone knew but kept quiet due to the race or religion of the men involved….and allowed the crimes to go on for years. Now look at the response to the French intervention in Mali…..the usual suspects are filling the newspapers and airwaves with dire warnings…we must not make the Muslim extremists angry…or they will attack us.
What did Churchill say? Appeasers are those who feed the crocodile in the hope that it eats them last.
Algeria has the only truly effective response.
This has in fact been going on for a long time…and it is not just the ‘alienated, disadvantaged, the disenfranchised’ Muslim of BBC folk lore who turn to the fundamental tenets of Islam….
I have met Muslim lawyers and academics who have turned to Taliban-style beliefs. These men propagate Wahhabism – the joyless and backward Saudi belief system followed by
Al Qaeda and espoused by hate preachers such as omar Bakri and his successor
The rapid spread of rigid, diehard Islam is deeply worrying. Yet
those in power, focused on terrorist cells, seem oblivious to this other peril.
For many of us Muslims, this creeping Talibanisation of childhood is
I could never have imagined, nine years on, that the Taliban
would be claiming to have ‘won the war’ in Afghanistan. Or, much worse, that our
politicians and Muslim ‘leaders’ here would allow their twisted ideology to
spread across Britain. Make no mistake, Taliban devotees are in our schools,
playgrounds, homes, mosques, political parties, public service, private firms
and universities. And if we are to have any hope of combating them, we need to
stop this attitude of appeasement and understand why so many Muslims are
attracted to the most punishing forms of belief, suppressing women and children.
Why are we fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan and indulging Taliban values here?
Even if it offends liberal principles, the powerful must find a way of stopping Islamicists from promulgating their distorted creed. If they don’t, the future is bleak for Muslims and the country.
The BBC have put a lot of effort into hounding the EDL for their views on Islam.
But silence from the BBC about what is potentially an explosive and divisive action by a group of Muslim Nazis.
The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters.
BORIS Johnson On Islam:
To any non-Muslim reader of the Koran, Islamophobia – fear of Islam – seems a natural reaction, and, indeed, exactly what that text is intended to provoke. Judged purely on its scripture – to say nothing of what is preached in the mosques – it is the most viciously sectarian of all religions in its heartlessness towards unbelievers. As the killer of Theo Van Gogh told his victim’s mother this week in a Dutch courtroom, he could not care for her, could not sympathise, because she was not a Muslim.
The trouble with this disgusting arrogance and condescension is that it is widely supported in Koranic texts, and we look in vain for the enlightened Islamic teachers and preachers who will begin the process of reform. What is going on in these mosques and madrasas? When is someone going to get 18th century on Islam’s mediaeval ass?