Now the British government says 50 people a week — 2600 a year — are sent for “deradicalisation.” What can that program in “deradicalisation” possibly do? Can it undo the words of the Qur’an? Can it undo the Hadith and the Sira, that is the words and acts of Muhammad, considered as the Model of Conduct (uswa hasana) and the Perfect Man (al-insan al-kamil)? How exactly — people want to know, people need to know, what those who presume to instruct and protect them understand of the matter — will this “deradicalistion” work?
It’s nonsense and lies, it’s a waste, it’s an avoidance of recognizing what someday, under much more painful and dangerous conditions, will have to be recognized — what any Believer, already half-idiotized by Islam, will believe if he reads, and takes to heart, Qur’an and Hadith and Sira. He may not, for now, act on those beliefs. He may wish even to put them aside for a while, wanting instead to protect his position, and that of other Muslims, in the West. He may practice Taqiyya, and deny what he knows perfectly well to be true about Islam itself, and about his own beliefs. But it can’t go on forever. The expense of spirit, however, and the waste of action, dealing with those who are permanenly savage, rude, not to trust — that can go on for a long long time.
Once the language is buggered, nothing makes sense anymore. You can’t turn a Paki turd into a “Baroness” and expect her to represent British interests. It doesn’t work: Â “Conservative peer” calls existence of IsraelÂ Â “morally indefensible”.
Â How much cultural enrichment contributes to this is hard to know, but it would be naive to assume there is no Mohammedan coefficient:
At least 2,000 corrupt police officers suspected of ‘tipping off criminals, stealing, fabricating evidence and using their power to get money and sex’, says Home Office report
- Report estimates that up to one per cent of officers are ‘potentially corrupt’
- Says examples of corruption include tipping off criminals and stealing
- Adds that some officers have also used their power to get money and sex
- Also points to raids where suspects were awaiting the arrival of the police
- Home Affairs Select Committee are set to launch probe into police corruption next month
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