Feelings Rationalised


Russell Brand considers the murder of Lee Rigby:

I simply feel that it is important that our reaction is measured.

“Our reaction?”

Here are all the measurements you need, mate.

There is something about the arbitrary brutality, humdrum High Street setting and the cool rhetoric of the blood-stained murderer that evokes a powerful and inherently irrational response.

Someone’s had their head cut off. Let’s be rational about it.


Rationalise this:

“Why do Muslims riot in Sweden?

 The nightly rioting in Stockholm that establishment media ascribes merely to “youths,” is being carried out by Muslim immigrants parasites. (WND)

Fishwrap of Record whitewashes Muslim riots in Sweden

The word “Muslim” appears zero times in this article:

Recent unrest has shaken Sweden, which has a reputation for welcoming immigrants and regularly ranks in surveys as one of the world’s happiest places.

You may laugh:

“One big problem is the lack of jobs.”

The New York Times @nytimes
Stockholm riots Sweden

Why do Muslims riot in Sweden? For the same reason they riot every where else…

Posted by Nicolai Sennels, psychologist
Why do Muslims riot in Sweden? The short answer: For the same reason they riot every where else.
There have been several attempts at explaining the carefully planned Muslim riots and attacks around Stockholm. Poverty and lack of education are broadcast widely as the main causes of what is called intifada in Arab (“rebellion” or “resistance”).
Though we may see kidnappings and demands of ransom as every where else in the world with rebelling followers of Islam, the violent Muslim men around Stockholm have not demanded money. Nor have they expressed a wish for free access to universities.
What we do see is a repetition of a pattern that has appeared everywhere in history and the world today, where large numbers of Muslims live in non-Islamic areas: Muslims attacking authorities representing secular non-Islamic laws – often accompanied by their religious slogan “Allahu akbar”. While Muslims embrace the rule of home-made sharia courts, patrolling Muslim father groups and religious leaders, police and municipal institutions are attacked still more often, as the Muslims’ self confidence and power increases with their growing presence.
It is not only arrogant when well educated people with a steady income claim that too few hours in school or too little kroner in the bank account make people worse citizens. It reveals an immature and one-dimensional view on we complex human beings and denies the well known psychological fact that such powerful factors such as upbringing, background culture and religion play a vital role in people’s choices and values.
If it really was true that money makes people peaceful, all rich people would be exemplary human beings and we should fire our armies of social workers who work in vain to make Muslim integration happen, and give their salaries directly to the immigrants, that seem to be just as unhappy and ill-mannered here as in their home countries.
Islam is different
Islam is not a normal religion, since it does not just concern inner beliefs, but also sets the rules for how society must be ruled, including regulations for Muslims and non-Muslims. According to the Quran, man-made laws – democracy – is blasphemic, since only Allah’s laws are to rule on Earth. Muslims are destined to rule over infidels, who in a Muslim society can chose between conversion, become second class citizens (dhimmis) paying protection money (jizya) or be killed. Reading the many hateful statements on infidels and direct orders to suppress and kill unbelievers, one does not have to be a psychologist to understand why Muslims rob, rape, abuse and persecute non-Muslims everywhere, also in Sweden.
Since a part of Islam concerns society, Muslims are not fully able to live according to Allah’s wishes, unless society follows the guidelines in the sharia. Islamization and jihad against the rule of unbelievers is thus a religious duty.
What surprises many in our modern, secular societies is that Muslims take their religion so much more seriously. Death penalty for conversion, strong social control and fear of Allah’s punishment after death for the less obedient have managed to keep Muslim culture on a medieval level while the most of the rest of the world evolved into peaceful high tech egalitarian societies with a much higher appreciation of knowledge than of faith.
It is no coincidence that it is the Muslims, and not any other immigrant group, that behave in such an extraordinarily criminal way. Islam is an unconstitutional religion that orders its followers to violate basic human rights and commit violent crimes. No one should wish to grow up in such culture and be forced to follow the sharia, and it would be an act of compassion to liberate those who do.
Why do Muslims riot in Sweden? For the same reason they riot everywhere else.”


9 thoughts on “Feelings Rationalised”

  1. Does anyone else notice that all the news articles about Milad bin Ahmad-Shah al-Ahmadzai, the alleged devout muslim who was arrested in Sydney last night, have disappeared from the internet?

    Google still has the search results, all the articles are gone. He appeared in Burwood Court today. The last update is ABC Online filed a report saying that his family turned up to support him, then all the articles were pulled.

    Normally when the court makes a supression order the media says so. This time, nothing.

  2. SBS enlightens us with:

    Al-Ahmadzai, 23, was arrested by counter terrorism officers on Monday and charged with making threats against a Commonwealth public official. He was denied bail Tuesday.

    Denied bail. that’s all I wanted to know.

    Doesn’t explain why every media outlet in the country pulled the story from their websitel guess we’ll have to wait for the truth to leak out

    1. Still there:


      But you’re right: 9MSM pulled it.

      But this is still there:


      Australian officers together with the NSW Counter Terrorism Unit arrested the 23-year-old man on terror charges.
      The New South Wales Counter Terrorism Unit has arrested a 23-year-old man with alleged connections to an al-Qaida preacher linked to the 9/11 terrorists.
      Australian officers executed a counter-terrorism raid at a house in the Sydney suburb of Auburn last night where they arrested Milad bin Ahmad-Shah al-Ahmadzai.
      The charges against al-Ahmadzai relate to an alleged threat to an officer from Australia’s joint counter terrorism team earlier this month, as well as hateful material posted online, ABC News reports. He was charged with using a carriage service to make a threat and threatening to cause harm to a Commonwealth public official.
      Australian Defence Force personnel were warned about the possibility of copy-cat attacks after the murder of Lee Rigby and a similar assault in Paris where a soldier was stabbed in the neck.
      “All Defence personnel are to ensure that they exercise enhanced personnel security awareness and vigilance, particularly when off base and in uniform,” wrote Defence Force Chief David Hurley.
      The Herald Sun reports al-Ahmadzai has been on a United States security watch list since 2010 as a result of his “demonstrated connections” with Anwar al-Awlaki, who was killed by a US military drone strike in September 2011.
      Al-Ahmadzai also plead guilty to a gun-point ATM robbery in 2011, and reportedly lost a job at a call centre because of problems with female callers.
      He was refused bail and is appearing in Burwood Local Court today.

      Read more: http://www.3news.co.nz/Sydney-man-arrested-on-terrorism-charges/tabid/417/articleID/299436/Default.aspx#ixzz2UZdidToN

      And this:

      Australian troops warned of copy-cat British attack
      Posted on 28 May 2013 – 11:32am
      Last updated on 28 May 2013 – 01:33pm
      SYDNEY (May 28, 2013): Australia’s defence chief on Tuesday warned military personnel to avoid known trouble spots and be extra vigilant to the possibility of copy-cat attacks after the grisly murder of a soldier in London.

      General David Hurley wrote to all forces ordering them to adopt enhanced security, including what they reveal about themselves on social media, following the brutal killing on a busy street of Lee Rigby by two Islamists.

      His death was followed by the stabbing of a solider in France in a busy underground shopping and transport hub, although authorities have not yet established a link between the two cases.

      “I need you to be alert, not alarmed,” Hurley said in the letter.

      “Although there is no evidence of similar threats to Australian Defence Force or defence personnel, there is the possibility of further copy-cat attacks.”

      He demanded that all defence personnel exercise “enhanced personnel security awareness and vigilance, particularly when off base and in uniform”.

      “You should exercise sensible security precautions, such as avoiding known or likely trouble spots, and take extra care in what you reveal about yourself and your planned activities in social media.”

      The Sydney Daily Telegraph reported that troops were separately warned to avoid firebrand Sydney jihadist Milad bin Ahmad-Shah al-Ahmadzai, who has allegedly posted hateful material against the defence forces in the past.

      Al-Ahmadzai, 23, was arrested by counter terrorism officers on Monday and charged with making threats against a Commonwealth public official. He was denied bail Tuesday.

      Hurley’s warning came as British police arrested a 10th person in connection with Rigby’s murder near a barracks in Woolwich last week.

      This includes the two prime suspects, Michael Adebolajo, 28, and Michael Adebowale, 22, who remain under armed guard in separate London hospitals after being shot by police at the murder scene.

      The attack by two men spouting Islamist rhetoric has fuelled community tensions in Britain, with several mosques attacked in recent days and a charity reporting a surge in anti-Muslim incidents. – AFP

  3. Muhammed ibn Raghead,
    Good point – people need to write to newspaper editors to find why the story was pulled!!

  4. ABC just updated:

    “all details of the case were made secret for national security reasons”
    “Late today the order was lifted”

    Apparently National Security is rather fickle.

  5. The national security aspect is…

    [drum roll]

    the guy’s name

    The Commonwealth Attorney General’s Department sought the order, and they are fighting tooth and nail to suppress this guy’s name.

    Source: http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2013/may/28/boats-gates-election-australia-politics-live-blog

    4.27pm AEST
    Mr Dreyfus answers thus:

    At the time the Prime Minister spoke in Question Time she was disclosing information that was still available on the NSW police website.

    He says the suppression order is still being argued in a NSW court, and is directed at the suppression of the name of the suspect.

  6. l guess that is one less vote the Red Headed Clown’s Government will be getting from Western Sydney. If too many more Muslimes make death threats the Labor Government will be non existent.

  7. “Arthur” needs to crawl back into his bottle, pronto!

    And, if there’s no jobs in Sweden, why do they “need immigrants” at all?!

    And what’s next for this Hurley chap – advising soldiers to “cover up” and hide their uniforms under burkas, lest they “offend” some nearby muzis?!

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