Deep Thinkers

Can we stop the wars caused by Islamophobia?

3826874675Yvonne Ridley:

I am eternally optimistic, and I know we can win the war against Islamophobia – not by force but through education, empathy and understanding. …More on the war against fear of the evil religion at The Star thanks to Mullah, pbuh….

Headchoppers honor:

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WHISHED AWAY

Tim Blair

Greens leader Christine Milne explains Greens senator Peter Whish-Wilson’s plea to stop “demonising” terrorists by calling them terrorists:

“Senator Whish-Wilson was describing a well-­understood part of counter-insurgency strategy: that extremists sometimes use the military intervention of outside countries as a tool to radicalism (sic) people,” she said in a statement.

Milne is evidently able to speak a foreign language in English. Quite a skill.

Imagine the Stress!

Academic Richard Mulgan considers the dreadful cost of the Abbott government’s asylum seeker policies:

Stopping the boats has been a clear success for the Abbott government. Tony Abbott and Scott Morrison said they would stop the boats and, give or take the odd exception, they have. But implementing the policy has not been without cost. In particular, it has strained the professional and ethical integrity of the public servants involved …

I think I’m going to cry.–STRAINING, NOT DROWNING (Tim Blair)

DON’T CALL TERRORISTS TERRORISTS

A second American journalist has been beheaded by Islamic … well, not terrorists, according to Greens senator Peter Whish-Wilson:

I think we need to find better words than ‘terrorist’ and ‘terrorism’ because, to me, this implies a very one-sided view of the world. Often our forces could be seen by Iraqi civilians as being terrorists. ‘Terrorist’ is a word that is very commonly used against us by those same people in Iraq who have been radicalised – anything that creates terror is, by definition, terrorism. We use that word because it is a very simple word to use and it demonises people.

Go ahead, then, senator. Let’s hear your alternatives.  (Tim Blair)

3 thoughts on “Deep Thinkers”

  1. Yvonne Ridley,
    …. In those early days, we were a lone voice, but gradually people became convinced that you cannot hold people without charges or trials.”

    Yes Yvonne Ridley we can and should (self defence is a legitimate legal obligation) specifically if they are Muhammadans(male/female/child/”dhimmi”) who are by admission and definition all terrorists and jihadis.

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