America's War's Are The Problem!

Islamo-Logic from the dumber than dirt department: Stop Resisting Islam, Now!

H/T Counter Jihad:


You heard it before: stop fighting crime because it causes more crime. Stop fighting Islamic terrorism because it causes more… Islamic terrorism!

A steaming pile of taqiyya from Nadia Hijab/ME Online

America’s wars are the problem. And not just the wars, but also the systems of government the United States installs or supports throughout the region.

Most people reject all three of America’s wars in their region: the one against Afghanistan, the one on Iraq, and the one by Israel.

Read it if you can bear it!>>

Trouble is that dreck like this falls on fertile ground:

Germany’s  Cultural Enricher in Chief, Angela Merkel:

“… the more Muslim people are employed in business or administration, or in the police and in the Ministries, the more broadly becomes our common understanding. Enriches our living together” (Merkel)

Good luck with that: Russian president asks Muslim clerics for help to counter jihadists

Medvedev refers to the jihadists’ “unorthodox views on Islam,” indicating that like his counterparts in the West, he believes that Islam is a Religion of Peaceâ„¢. Yet the relative peacefulness of the Islam in the Caucasus was a product of cultural accommodation, not theological reform. Medvedev would no doubt be quite surprised — as surprised as, say, Gordon Brown would be — to learn that all the mainstream sects and schools of jurisprudence teach warfare against unbelievers in order to subjugate them as inferiors under the rule of Islamic law. “Medvedev turns to Muslim clerics to counter radicals,” by Denis Dyomkin for Reuters, August 28 (thanks to JW)

Great Idea: Chairman of Joint Chiefs seeks new ways to woo Muslims

Because, you see, after billions to Pakistan, billions to Egypt, billions here and there and everywhere, we haven’t been doing enough to show Muslim countries that we are their friends.

“Military chief seeks new plan to woo Muslims,” by Thom Shanker for the New York Times (via MSNBC), August 28 (JW):

WASHINGTON – The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff has written a searing critique of government efforts at “strategic communication” with the Muslim world, saying that no amount of public relations will establish credibility if American behavior overseas is perceived as arrogant, uncaring or insulting.

The problem here, however, is that when it comes to Islamic jihadists, virtually anything short of full capitulation is perceived as arrogant, uncaring or insulting. Any resistance to the jihad agenda is immediately cast as a grievous insult that must be redressed. More here>>

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4 thoughts on “America's War's Are The Problem!”

  1. * Stop fighting Islamic terrorism because it causes more… Islamic terrorism!

    It goes without saying that islamic terrorism must be re-badged as
    “anti-islamic actions”, or “man-caused disasters”.

  2. “the more Muslim people are employed in business or administration, or in the police and in the Ministries, the more broadly becomes our common understanding. Enriches our living together” (Merkel)

    the quicker will be our demise’

  3. “There has been extensive public consultation and work behind the scenes to ensure Luton was not the chosen venue for any kind of march or protest but it would seem that for no apparent reason disorder has broken out in Bury Park.

    “Although this incident was contained within Bury Park it has again put Luton under the spotlight for the wrong reasons. The town has enjoyed excellent community relations for a number of years but it seems a small minority has let Luton down.”

    The above from thereligionfpeace website
    This was yesterday . The police came out to protect the muslims from ‘far-right’ demonstrators
    So , after the unprovoked attack on the police by the muslims , they’re still creeping up to them ‘ excellent community relations ‘ etc.
    Two people were arrested- two out of two hundred – pathetic .

  4. Muslim States Seek U.N. Action on West’s “Islamophobia”
    By REUTERS/New York Times
    Filed at 1:50 p.m. ET

    GENEVA (Reuters) – Muslim states said on Wednesday that what they call “islamophobia” is sweeping the West and its media and demanded that the United Nations take tougher action against it.

    Delegates from Islamic countries, including Pakistan and Egypt, told the United Nations Human Rights Council that treatment of Muslims in Western countries amounted to racism and discrimination and must be fought.

    “People of Arab origin face new forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related forms of intolerance and experience discrimination and marginalization,” an Egyptian delegate said, according to a U.N. summary.

    And Pakistan, speaking for the 57-nation Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC), said the council’s special investigator into religious freedom should look into such racism “especially in Western societies.”

    Acting for the OIC, Pakistan has tabled a resolution at the council instructing its special investigator on religious freedom “to work closely with mass media organizations to ensure that they create and promote an atmosphere of respect and tolerance for religious and cultural diversity.”

    The OIC — and its allies in the 47-nation council including Russia, China and Cuba — dub criticism of Muslim practices and linking of terrorism waged under the proclaimed banner of Islamism as “islamophobia” that pillories all Muslims.


    Diplomats say the resolution, which also tells the investigator to make recommendations to the Human Rights Council on how its strictures might be implemented, is bound to pass given the majority the OIC and its allies have in the body.

    The countries of the majority group, which also include India and Brazil, ensure that its members and their friends outside the council — such as Sri Lanka and Iran — are shielded from any serious criticism of their rights record.

    The group ensures that council fire is largely aimed at Israel over its occupation of Palestinian territories and treatment of people living there as well as on the Israeli blockade of Hamas-ruled Gaza.

    On Tuesday, after hours of wrangling, the group allowed a statement to be read to the council by Norway on behalf of 56 U.N. member states strongly criticizing Iran for its treatment of dissenters.

    But although the statement was hailed by U.S. ambassador Eileen Chamberlain Donahoe as a victory for the Iranian people, diplomats noted that only just over a quarter of U.N. member states had backed it, of them only 14 countries in the council.

    Human rights activists who are allowed to speak at the body if their organizations are accredited by the United Nations said the statement — drafted largely by the United States — was the best available substitute for a formal resolution.

    “The Western group knows it could never get such a resolution passed in this council, and this is the only way they have of fighting back,” said Roy Brown, long-time chief representative of the International Humanist and Ethical Union.

    Brown said the loophole was likely to be closed in a coming review of the council’s activity since it was launched in 2006 to replace a discredited predecessor.

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