The head of the UK’s Commission for Equalities and Human Rights â€“ a new, vast and largely unaccountable bureaucracy concerned with tackling the oppression of minorities, real or imagined â€“ has called for British history to be rewritten to reflect the roles played by other races and religions â€“ singling out, not surprisingly, Muslims for a bit of positive PR.
* The real history is too revolting to be taught in the schools, so the wankers behind this ‘Commission for Equalities and Human Rights’ will cook history to please the Muslims.
Once upon a time Britain was a proud nation.
* There is a difference between kneeling down and bending over. Nobody looks good with brown lipstick. (Frank Zappa)
* “Clearly, a civilization that feels guilty for everything it is and does will lack the energy and conviction to defend itself.” Jean-Francois Revel
that’s the view of half the people surveyed in a new Swedish poll.
The poll, the third of its kind taken by Uppsala University to measure Swedes’ views of diversity, shows a rising number of people supporting a headscarf ban.
* This is the same fellow who is charged with refusing to treat a woman unless she was wearing a headscarf. Now it comes out that he gave the hijabbed ones a discount, too. “Dentist cut fees for women in Islamic dress,” from the Manchester Evening News
A MUSLIM dentist has admitted reducing his fees to encourage female patients to wear the Islamic headscarf.
Dr Omer Butt, from Prestwich, told a disciplinary hearing he would ask Muslim women to cover up in observance of Islamic law before he treated them.
From the ‘Whore’s for the Caliphate’ department
John Esposito to address New Jersey DHS
It’s easy to see why they would feature this Saudi-funded jihad apologist as a speaker: he tells them what they want to hear. Still more fantasy-based analysis: “NJ’S Obscene Invitation,” by Stephen M. Flatow in the New York Post (thanks to JW)
September 26, 2007 — AS the father of a terror victim, I can no longer be shocked by much. And as a New Jerseyan, I’m used to strange goings-on in my state’s government. But I was shocked and surprised to I learn that John L. Esposito will be a featured speaker at next week’s state Department of Homeland Security confernce on counterterrorism.
Esposito teaches at Georgetown University in its His Royal Highness Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding. To get a sense of the center’s purpose, recall that bin Talal is the Saudi prince who shortly after 9/11 blamed the attacks on U.S. Mideast policy (prompting then-Mayor Rudy Giuliani to throw the prince’s $10 million gift to the city back in his face).
John Esposito has called the murdered Al-Faruqi his “istadh” or “teacher.” He has collaborated with, and calls a “friend,” Azzam Tamimi, the well-known supporter of Hamas whose hysterical harangue of a crowd in London can, I think, be seen on-line. He describes Sami al-Arian, now serving a long sentence in a Federal prison for his active support, in this country, of terrorism. as a “friend” and, indeed, he hired Sami al-Arian’s daughter to work at his “Center.”
In World War II, anyone who had the kind of connections and “friends” among Nazis or Nazi sympathizers that Esposito does among the supporters of terrorist groups would have lost his job and likely been arrested for treasonous activities.
John Esposito, however, has not been stripped of his Saudi-supplied wealth and put behind bars for supporting the enemy. No, instead he has been invited by the Department of Homeland Security to address one of the meetings it has organized in New Jersey. One’s worst suspicions about the DHS, and about who is doing what in our government, suspicions not allayed by reports from within the Pentagon about Muslim officers and aides swaggering about, or Pentagon officials who continue to be taken for “briefings” on Islam with John Esposito, appear to be justified. We will have to find those who are just as alarmed, but are capable –in Congress or the Executive branch — of doing something about it. The Saudi lobby is very powerful; there is nothing else like it.
Posted by: Hugh at September 26, 2007 11:28 PM
Those who would give up ESSENTIAL LIBERTY, to purchase a little TEMPORARY SAFETY, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.
Ben Franklin, the correct citation.