London Mayor Sadiq Khan has called moderate Muslims “Uncle Toms” – not quite what one would expect to hear from a supposed advocate of equality.
The irony of course is that to show you are not a racist, you are using racist terminology. Is that what an anti-racist should sound like?
Name-calling is usually just a form political blackmail designed to close down a discussion before it has even begun. What it does not wish to take into consideration is that someone might simply have a different opinion.
Every candidate’s record on terrorism should be questioned. It is the public’s right. Just because Khan happens to be Muslim, does that entitle him to special treatment? Why should one not be able to ask Khan the same questions one might ask any other politician?
Many are hailing the election of London’s new mayor, Sadiq Khan, admirably the “son of a Pakistani bus driver,” as the sign of a new, tolerant London and that Britain’s Black and minority ethnic communities are making progress.
Drawing on the work of Stephen Coughlin, Matthew Bracken has thrown down the gauntlet to those professionals in our government and the military who purport to be guardians of our national security.
Ten Arabic Words: A challenge to national security professionals engaged in the Global War On Terror
by Matthew Bracken
If you are a politically-correct bliss-ninny with a coexist bumper sticker slapped on the back of your Subaru, and you don’t have the slightest clue what the following ten words mean, then this essay is not meant for you. You are excused.
But if you are a national security professional, senior military officer or political leader involved in any aspect of the “Global War On Terror,” AKA “Countering Violent Extremism,” these are ten words that should already be a part of your working vocabulary. If you can’t readily discuss their meaning, significance, and relationships, then you are worse than a fool, you are disgrace to your office and a danger to your country.
If you don’t already have a firm grasp of the meaning of these words, then you are as prepared to conduct the GWOT as President Obama’s “Pajama Boy” is prepared to fight a heavyweight MMA champion in a no-quarter steel-cage death match.
If you couldn’t accurately define at least eight out of the ten directly from your personal knowledge base, then as a national security professional, you are an abject failure. You are as dangerously ignorant as a parent who would send his ten-year-old son to a NAMBLA summer camp, because a friendly self-identified “Namblan” neighbor said it was like Boy Scout Camp, but even more fun, and completely free of charge.
Meat worker Syeid Alam was BEHEADED on a fishing trip in Rockhampton, QLD.
The accused murderer Mohammed Khan was Alam’s best friend
Daily Mail scribbler CANDACE SUTTON tries to turn it into a bleeding hearts story for focussing on the victims widow, who is about to give birth to her third child.
Candace would never tell you this:
This article claims the ‘Royingyans are among the most persecuted in the world.’ Do not be fooled. These people are invaders.
For many decades Muslim Bengalis have been streaming into Burma. These Muslim immigrants massacred, on several occasions, the Buddhist Burmese in whose country they had settled.
Like the Arabs in Judea and Samaria who call themselves “Palestinian’s”, they tried to reinvent themselves as “Rohingya”, but with far less success.
These Bengali Muslims and their enablers would have you believe that they always lived there, that it is THEIR land by the law of ‘Allah’, and by the same law they will conquer it.
But the Buddhists of Burma are resisting. Numerous “human rights” organisations, most of them financed by the OIC, are beating the drum for these “oppressed” invaders, whom they portray as innocent victims of Buddhist rule.
The “Rohingya” Muslims have refused to accept the laws and customs of the Burmese infidels; maybe if they stopped slaughtering the Buddhists they could have stayed in Burma.
Mosques, imams, burqas, all of it has to be stopped right at the beginning. Once they turn churches into mosques and the muezzin calls from the bell-towers its too late:
Samoa’s council of churches has welcomed the prime minister’s call to review the religious freedom provisions of the constitution.
Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi recently said the country’s supreme law may be changed to recognise Christian principles and teachings, not just in the preamble.
However the Secretary General of the Samoa Council of Churches, Reverend Ma’auga Motu, said he would go a step further and ban the religion of Islam.
He said even though most Samoans are Christian, Islam poses a future threat to the country.
“We are not going too far, no,” Reverend Motu said. “We are still wanting our own people to be prevented from this kind of influence, even though there are so many people who are good people but still there are some dangerous people among them who might come and threaten our peace.”
The constitution protects the right to practice any religion but doesn’t rule out the establishment of an official state religion.
But Tuila’epa said Samoa is a Christianity-based country and that goes together with Samoan cultures and traditions.
There is a small muslim population in Samoa that gathers at a mosque and there is the Samoa Muslim League based near Apia.
Its like… Muslims would never discriminate against unbelievers, right?
Dr Mohammed Bin Yahya was responding to comments by the National Council of Churches that Islam should be banned in Samoa.
The Secretary General of the council, Reverend Ma’auga Motu, described Islam as a threat, calling on the Prime Minister to review the religious freedom provisions of the constitution.
On Thursday, Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi said Article 11 of the constitution on freedom of religion would not be part of the amendments but he added that any amendments would focus on making it clearer that Samoa is a Christian country.
Samoa’s Prime Minister Photo: Tipi Autagavaia
Imam, Dr Mohammed Bin Yahya, said he does not have a problem with that because the constitution would say that the government should be run to Christian principles.
But Dr Yahya said those Christian principles be defined.
“We have all kinds of Christianity in Samoa, let us not play with it, the truth is Catholics are different, Methodists are different, Congregational churches are different, they are all different, so we need to define what principles they are talking about.”
“Just like Islam, there are some other sects in Islam, when you talk about Sunni or Shiite, we need to define, are we talking about this Islam or that Islam,” he said.
Islamic leader, Dr Mohammed Bin Yahya, who was raised as a Catholic, said the only Christian church to invite him to talk about Islam was the Methodist Theological college.
Some Muslims in Samoa after a call to prayer. Photo: RNZI/Autagavaia Tipi Autagavaia
The construction of a small mosque, the first in the German state of Thuringia, created controversy after the Alternative for Germany party labeled it a ‘land grab project’ and announced a massive anti-Islam rally involving the far-right PEGIDA movement.
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Muslims Don’t Assimilate, They Infiltrate
“We should not permit the destruction of our cities by lawless parallel societies, with groups of roaming criminal Muslims overloading of our welfare system and the growing justified fear that non-Muslims have of violence. The consequences should be so strict that it would be preferable for any anti-social Muslim to go back to a Muslim country, where they can understand, and can be understood by their own culture.
SORRY POPE FRANCIS, ARMS MANUFACTURERS DIDN’T CAUSE THIS WAR, ISLAM DID
A lot of sites are focusing on the Islamic equivalence in the Pope’s remarks, but there are plenty of other examples of him simply not understanding how the world works.
Q: On April 16, you made a powerful gesture by bringing back the refugees from Lesbos to Rome. However, does Europe have the capacity to accept so many migrants ?
Pope Francis : That is a fair and responsible question because one cannot open the gates wide unreasonably. However, the deeper question is why there are so many migrants now. When I went to Lampedusa three years ago, this phenomenon had already started.
The initial problems are the wars in the Middle East and in Africa as well as the underdevelopment of the African continent, which causes hunger. If there are wars, it is because there exist arms manufacturers – which can be justified for defensive purposes – and above all arms traffickers.
Islam will defend us against Islamic terrorism. In that wake of logic, we need coke to fight drug addiction, or Communism to fight poverty. Obama’s doctrine equals mental illness:
If we didn’t have Muslim immigration, we wouldn’t need Muslims to help us fight Muslim terrorism.
Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam.
In the Washington Post, Petraeus complained about the “inflammatory political discourse that has become far too common both at home and abroad against Muslims and Islam.” The former general warned that restricting Muslim immigration would “undermine our ability to defeat Islamist extremists by alienating and undermining the allies whose help we most need to win this fight: namely, Muslims.”
At Rutgers, Obama claimed that restricting Muslim immigration “would alienate the very communities at home and abroad who are our most important partners in the fight against violent extremism.”
If we alienate Muslims, who is going to help us fight Muslim terrorism?
You can see why Obama doesn’t mention Islamic terrorism in any way, shape or form. Once you drop the “I” word, then the argument is that you need Islam to fight Islam. And Muslims to fight Muslims.
This is bad enough in the Muslim world where we are told that we have to ally with the “moderate” Muslim governments of Saudi Arabia and Pakistan to fight the Muslim terrorists whom they sponsor.
“Diversity”, the new god of social engineers and genocidal lunatics.
“Monocultural States Will Be Erased”— Vice President of the EU Commission Timmermans
This is horrific. It is breathtaking that these genocidal monsters are now coming out of the closet without having to fear being hanged on the next lamp post.
Here’s a comment from TT:
Frans Timmermans, a Dutch political Leftist hack was not elected to his post, is not accountable to the people of the EU, and shows just how much he holds the cultures of the individual nation states with contempt. He’s a freaking marxist intent on re-engineering society to his world view, he cares nothing for the individual views of the average person, they’re to be bended and molded into his vision of what society should be, a utopian built, top down iron fisted legislative tyranny. The SOB creates the very problems he blames the civil society for, and he and like ilk of masterminds and geniuses are supposed to be the ones to organize (reorganize) society to fit their utopian designs.
Now have a look what Sarkozy had to say, quite a few years ago:
French President Nicolas Sarkozy orders white-race French people to racially interbreed with blacks or face state sanctions.
Europe faces an ‘increased risk’ from terrorists due to the migrant crisis, Interpol warned yesterday.
(This is no “migrant crisis”, this is al hijra, jihad by immigration.)
Terror groups ‘using migrant routes’: Warning of ‘increased risk’ after Interpol report says extremists are making ‘opportunistic use’ of smuggling networks and 800,000 people are waiting to flee Libya
Europol report showed the criminals’ turnover could even total up to £5bn
They laundered cash across borders and ran proceeds through businesses
The report also identified 250 smuggling ‘hotspots’ along migrant routes
The international crime-fighting agency said migrant numbers are likely to top the 1 million who entered Europe last year, despite desperate efforts by the EU, adding extremist groups were making ‘opportunistic use of migrant smuggling networks’.
The report found criminal gangs made £4 billion from smuggling migrants into Europe last year and will continue to thrive, with 800,000 migrants in Libya alone now ‘waiting to travel to the EU’.
It comes as French police said yesterday they had broken up a smuggling network using yachts to bring migrants to Britain after finding seven Ukrainians hidden on a boat on the coast of Brittany in France. Two skippers and three suspected smugglers were detained on Friday.
Interpol’s report was jointly written with the Europol crime agency, whose director Rob Wainwright said another attack inspired by Islamic State is ‘almost certain’.
Nine out of 10 migrants who entered the EU in 2015 relied on people smuggling networks according to the report.
The overwhelming majority relying on ‘facilitation services’ from criminals working together along the routes, and most paid £2,300-£5,000.
To launder the money and integrate it into the legitimate economy, couriers carried large amounts of cash over borders, and smugglers ran their proceeds through car dealerships, grocery stores, restaurants or transport companies.
BREXIT COULD TRIGGER ‘TRAGIC CONFLICTS’, CLAIMS TUSK
One of the EU’s most senior figures has claimed Brexit could trigger ‘tragic conflicts’ across Europe.
European Council president Donald Tusk said yesterday the EU was ‘the most effective firewall’ against Eurpean conflict.
This is a falsehood being spread by those who are profiteering from inflicting crisis after crisis on the peoples of Europe.
Boris Johnson had been ‘absurd’ to compare EU expansion plans to Hitler’s attempts conquer Europe, he added.
Just another example of many on how the lame stream media seeks to minimise the threat caused to our society by Islamic savages:
Sydney teen tried to buy suicide vest online.
(He could have asked his Momma to make him one.)
It’s understood 18-year-old Tamim Khaja, a former student of Epping Boys High School, was arrested as he tried to make new arrangements to buy a gun. He had a number of government targets in his sights, including the potential of a police station.