(Daily Mail thanks to Chris)
Wakademia explains “empty inside”
Why do so many British career women convert to Islam?
Kevin Brice from Swansea University, who has specialised in studying white conversion to Islam,Â Â explains: ‘They seek spirituality, a higher meaning, and tend to be deep thinkers.”
Funny that. While the “empty inside” part sounds believable, none of these ‘reverted’ airheads strike me as “deep thinkers”. Nor has any of them ever produced anything that would deserve the label. But Â we had an article up here not so long ago where one of these reverts stated that the burqa “liberates me from thinking”, so which way is it, mister Kevin Brice from Swansea University?
Happy New Year to all our Winds of Jihad readers!
First the good news from France:
Jihad is just vandalism, no need to report it. Because reporting Â it may just cause …. more vandalism?
Carbeques in France:
“I have decided to put an end to the competition, the sweepstakes, and will longer publish the number of burnt vehicles,” Interior Minister Brice Hortefeux said this week, adding that publishing statistics encouraged vandalism.
That’s it. Lets not talk about it. Silence will make the jihad go away…..(Al Reuters-full article below the fold)
Stay tuned for updates!
“We can only have an influence by going out in the street.”
“An effective movement…will have to look something like the strikes and riots that have spread across Greece…”
She’s considered by many as the grandmother of using the American welfare state to implement revolution. Make people dependent on the government, overload the government rolls, and once government services become unsustainable, the people will rise up, overthrow the oppressive capitalist system, and finally create income equality. Collapse the system and create a new one. That‘s the simplified version of Frances Fox Piven’s philosophy originally put forth in the pages of The Nation in the 60s.
Now, as the new year ball drops, Piven is at it again, ringing in 2011 with renewed calls for revolution.
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