LSE in New Scandal: making it impossible for students on campus to criticize Islam….

There goes my old school. LSE is not dead, it just smells Islamic.

The Gaddafi scandal is still fresh in the minds of many.

Rest assured that there are probably a hundred cases just like it waiting to be exposed. Pandering to Islamic or Arab interests has totally perverted the school system:The culture of corruption is so revolting and obvious that an investigative journalist in today’s UK doesn’t even need to dig.  The muselmanic feces  always floats on top; just skim it off!

London School of Economics Effectively Submits to Islam (and Its Own Dhimmitude)

 Thanks to Scaramouche

Roger Kimball writes:

Ah, the venerable London School of Economics. According to its web site, the elite social science institute was “set up to improve society and to ‘understand the causes of things.’” The LSE, continued the bulletin, “has always put engagement with the wider world at the heart of its mission.” What better way to accomplish that than by censoring free expression about sensitive topics? Here we have it, folks: an institution that prides itself on being on the cutting edge of all things modern — and devoted, what’s more, to understanding n”the causes of things — resurrects that icon of medievalism: a law against blasphemy!

Don’t believe me? Check it out here: “The London School of Economics [LSE] Student Union has passed a motion effectively making it impossible for students on campus to criticize Islam.”


I don’t know why Roger’s saying “ouch.” From the sounds of it, the capitulation didn’t hurt a bit.

Update: My poem for the skool:

Behold, the LS of E
Where it is as clear as can be
That Islam is what harks;
In fact it’s like Marx.
And like Marxists brooks no blasphemy.

One thought on “LSE in New Scandal: making it impossible for students on campus to criticize Islam….”

  1. Thou shalt not criticise Islam.

    In December 2011 the United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution to combat intolerance, discrimination and violence on the grounds of religion or belief, declaring these actions a violation of human rights. The resolution was prepared by the 57-nation Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), which had won majority approval in UN rights bodies in Geneva and at the UN General Assembly for annual resolutions on “combating defamation of religions” since 1998. Many people might think that sounds like a good resolution, but when you understand true agenda of the OIC you realise it is not just about combating intolerance. In fact the OIC really wants Muslims to be exempt from criticism.

    The OIC is the largest head of state organization in the world after the United Nations (UN) itself and comprises 56 Muslim countries plus the Palestinians. It claims to be the “collective voice of the Muslim world.” In 1990, the OIC membership adopted the “Cairo Declaration,” which officially exempted all Muslim countries from compliance with the UN Universal Declaration on Human Rights and replaced it with Islamic law (shariah).

 One of the fundamental laws of Islam deals with “slander ,” which is defined in shariah as saying “anything concerning a person [a Muslim] that he would dislike.”

    At the OIC’s Third Extraordinary Session, held in Mecca, Saudi Arabia in December 2005, the organization adopted a “Ten-Year Programme of Action to Meet the Challenges Facing the Muslim Ummah in the 21st Century.” 

A key agenda item of that meeting was “the need to counter Islamophobia” by seeking to have the UN “…adopt an international resolution to counter Islamophobia, and call upon all States to enact laws to counter it, including deterrent punishments.”

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