Western journaillie and learned analysts call this sly jihadist a “reformer”, a “philosopher” Â or “professor” and suck on his kool aid like Â the disciples of Jim Jones Â in Guyana. Infuriating Â that western elitists call this pseudo-intellectual a “philosopher”- Â an insult to all philosophers. Tariq Ramadan is a primitive Mohammedan headbanger in a suit. He should be laughed out of town.
Brother Tariq’s Sly Jihad
Thanks to Pamela Geller
Muslim supremacist leadership understand the power of propaganda as well as did the Reich’s Ministry of Propaganda.
The infamous Tariq Ramadan urged Muslims to all get involved in widespread propaganda. Ramadan is the grandson of Hasan al-Banna, who founded the Muslim Brotherhood. He was banned from the US under Bush, but of course welcomed with open arms under the pro-jihadist Obama administration. Among his many repugnant platforms, he favors the legal extinction of Israel.
The left, of course, loves him:
Tariq Ramadan is a Swiss-born philosophy professor currently based in France. In February 2002Â Salon.comcalledÂ him “one of the most important intellectuals in the world,” characterizingÂ him as “the Muslim Martin Luther.” In 2004Â TimeÂ magazineÂ namedÂ him one of the world’s top 100 scientists and thinkers.
When speaking toÂ WesternÂ audiences, Ramadan preachesÂ an amicable message of unity and mutual respect. But to Arabic-speaking audiences,Â he vents his deep-seated hatred of the WestÂ and his endorsement of Wahhabism, the most extreme form of Islam.Â Moreover, Ramadan has numerous connections to fundamentalist Islamic militants and is suspected by U.S. intelligence agencies of maintaining ties with the terrorist groupÂ al Qaeda. (DTN)
In a speech given in Detroit in 2013, Tariq Ramadan has used the concept of “Eurabia” to explain why the perception of Israel has changed in Europe.
Ramadan in his speech largely focused on the importance for Muslims to work in the media. He told the crowd “not to infiltrate,” just “to become journalists” and “to shape perceptions.” This isÂ consistent with the Muslim Bortherhood group CAIR’s projectÂ to support HAMAS with “media, money and men.”
Transcript of the excerpt onÂ Point de BasculeÂ (thanks to Dai)
1:42:52Â I wouldn’t care too much about, you know, the big media. They are changing. It’s going to… It is powerful but we have the power of our presence, we have the power of our principles and we have the power of alternative media. And we should send our children, when they want to do so to… in the field of journalism, to be able to be part of the whole thing and then things are changing.
Last example that I want to give you and I keep on repeating this because we don’t realize this, is…Â You have trends here who are very much promoting Islamophobia and they are saying, for example: Europe is becoming Eurabia. But why are they saying this? They are saying this because they know something.Â And once again: don’t work only with emotions and perceptions. Come to facts, figures. Study. Know what is happening. The evolution of history. In less than… You have 16 years, 16 years. We have seen something which was very interesting in the perceptions of the people in one conflict, which is the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
1:44:08Â ‘67, ‘67, 73% of the…Â in ’67, 73% of the Europeans were supporting Israel in the conflict. In seventy…, in the seventies… Now, not in the seventies, now,Â in 2010, we have 66 to 67% of the Europeans supporting the Palestinians. In fact, it’s not coming from… and you know what happened?
The European Union sent… they had a poll and a survey about what is the most dangerous country in the world? The majority of the Europeans responded: Israel and Romano Prodi (Italian Prime Minister and President of the European Commission), at the top, not representing the grassroots, at the top, he came and he said the… the… the question was wrongly put. It was not the right way to ask the question. But what I want you to understand is that without, with effort and without really being involved in this, with the presence, with being… or promoting news and information and more knowledgeable and being present within the society, you can change the perceptions if you are not narrow-minded, if you are not self-isolating yourself and if you understand that not everything it’s coming from the media. Not everything it’s coming from media. It’s coming from our active presence in the society.
And this is going to make itÂ inshallahÂ but we have to be present and we have to speak out and to be able to speak out, it’s not only to speak from where we are but to know to whom we speak and how are we heard.
More on Ramadan fromÂ DTN: