Are we being softened up for a sharia state?

Mark Steyn: We’re being “softened up for an Islamic sharia state”

Bestselling author Mark Steyn joined Ezra Levant in  the studio for the entire show, to talk about mass Muslim immigration, terrorism, political correctness and censorship.

Steyn notes that by forbidding ordinary people from speaking openly about Islam’s threat to the West, censors are making it easier for a sharia state to eventually take over in Europe and beyond.
Want proof? Here it comes:


That’s something only the “Republican base” believes. Along with all too many Muslims.

Barack Obama is amused.

“I’m amused,” he said in remarks published Tuesday, “when I watch Republicans claim that Trump’s language is unacceptable, and ask, ‘How did we get here?’ We got here in part because the Republican base had been fed this notion that Islam is inherently violent, that this is who these folks are. And if you’ve been hearing that a lot, and then somebody shows up on the scene and says, well, the logical conclusion to civilizational conflict is we try to make sure that we’re not destroyed internally by this foreign civilization, that’s what you get.”

Where would anyone get the crazy idea that Islam was inherently violent? Well, the day’s headlines might give us that very strong impression, but Obama would tell us (and has told us) that those Muslims who are screaming “Allahu akbar” as they murder non-Muslims are, despite appearances, not really Muslims at all, but just people who have twisted, hijacked, misunderstood the Religion of Peace.

It is, true, however, that there are plenty of Muslims who tell us that Islam is inherently violent. Here are a few of them:

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Good Night, America!

How $100m Muslim centre is building bridges in the US amid Islamophobic climate

At the heart of the Diyanet Centre complex in Lanham, Maryland is an Ottoman-style mosque with space for 1,400 worshippers. Courtesy Diyanet Centre of America

How $100m Muslim centre is building bridges in the US amid Islamophobic climate
At the heart of the Diyanet Centre complex in Lanham, Maryland is an Ottoman-style mosque with space for 1,400 worshippers. Courtesy Diyanet Centre of America

“Everyone said we should think about a community centre that would serve not only Muslims but also non-Muslims, and that would host interfaith and intercultural activities,” Mr Aydilek said.

Mr Erdogan’s government commissioned a group of architects for the project who specialise in recreating Ottoman-era buildings, and construction began in 2012. (More)

Hussein Obama knows best

by Hugh Fitzgerald

Barack Obama

Back in January, at a press conference with David Cameron, Barack Obama delivered himself of some thoughts on how Europe should deal with its Muslim problem. He claimed that the United States had had “more success” than others in “integrating minorities,” and that “our biggest advantage, major, is that our Muslim populations feel themselves to be Americans and there is this incredible process of immigration and assimilation that is part of our tradition.” This was neither the first nor the last time Obama has claimed that “we are doing things right” with integrating Muslims and the Europeans need to learn from us.

Obama’s optimistic certainty is a thing of wonder. For how does he know that “our Muslim populations feel themselves to be Americans”? Does a Pew poll suffice? Do we have reason to believe that Muslims, eager to dampen the suspicions of non-Muslims, and well-versed in taqiyya, might actually answer such a poll by providing the soothing answers they know are desired, and speak not what they feel, but what they think they ought to say? And does Obama think that the definition of “feeling oneself to be an American” is self-evident? Does someone’s merely living within a given geographic area, and attaining the citizenship associated with that geographic area – living in the United States, say, and acquiring American citizenship through naturalization or birth– mean that that someone feels himself “to be an American”? What does it mean to “be an American”? Would it not mean, in the most important and irreducible sense, that you subscribe to the Constitution, that document at the heart of our civil religion, which means to subscribe to a shared set of beliefs? And these beliefs would include the individual’s right to the freedom of speech and to the freedom of religion, and a belief that the legitimacy of any government depends on its reflecting, however imperfectly through elections, the will expressed by the people. Islam, on the other hand, insists on limiting the freedom of speech (if, for example, such speech is held to blaspheme Muhammad or otherwise call aspects of Islam into question) and the freedom of religion (punishing apostates even with death), and ascribing legitimacy to a government or ruler insofar as that government or ruler reflects the will expressed by Allah in the Qur’an, rather than—as in the American system — the will expressed by the people through elections.

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The longer this goes on, the more the politicians implicate themselves. The time for pleading ignorance is fast disappearing.

… according to mum

Harry Richardson is a long-time student of Islam and author of best seller, “the Story Of Mohammed – Islam Unveiled’, 

Criticism of Islam is still taboo for public figures but not for much longer. One day soon, advocating for Islam will be as palatable as advocating for the Nazis. The time between these two realities will be gut wrenchingly short.

 A really weird situation existed in England when mum was young. At that time, anyone who expressed concern about the Nazis was accused of being a violent rabble rouser and warmonger.

The accusers were pacifists, particularly those on the Left who had considerable sympathy for Hitler’s centrally planned socialist agenda. You can’t blame the Poms for pacifism at this time. Just a couple of decades out from the Great War and half way through the Great Depression there wasn’t much appetite for military action.

They invented a fantasy that WW1 would be “The war to end all wars.”

This was a lovely dream, but all dreamers have to wake up eventually. Looking back today we can see that the Nazis were always going to act like…well, Nazis. They were violent hate filled totalitarians who blamed all the world’s problems on the Jews and killed anyone who disagreed with them.

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Abominable Mustard Prop: more absurd claims about invented stuff

Claims about Muslim achievements that are false are used to tutut the Mohammedan expansion project and to con gullible fools:

Fierce Hugs and Great Frittata Recipes


 By Hugh Fitzgerald

Two Muslim comics – Negin Farsad and the egregious Dean Obeidallah — are apparently behind the campaign of Muslim propaganda posters, “Facts About Muslims,” that have been put up in 140 stations of the New York City subway system. “We wanted to do things that ranged from being informative—like ‘Muslims invented algebra’—to silly, playful, and funny,” said Obeidallah.

Here are a couple of these posters:

“Muslims are coming to strike with hugs so fierce, you’ll end up calling your grandmother and telling her you love her.” 


“The Ugly Truth About Muslims: They have great frittata recipes.” 

Their strategy is simple: make absurdist claims for Muslims that will point up, with that light-hearted mickey-mockery for which Muslims are famous, the idiocy of all those terrible charges by Islamophobes – you know, such preposterous claims as that “Muslims are taught that apostates should be killed” or “Muslims are responsible for more than 90% of ‘honor killings’” or “Muhammad consummated his marriage to little Aisha when she was nine years old” or “the Qur’an has 109 verses preaching Jihad” — crazy stuff like that. No, I didn’t find the hugs-and-frittatas funny, either.

But there is something else going on as wellIt’s the “informative” partHere’s what’s on another poster:

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Europe’s Muslims hate the West

By Leon de Winter @ Politico, March 29, 2016, thanks to Robert Spencer

“The notion that Moroccan-Belgians suffer from widespread exclusion, discrimination, and suppression is ridiculous”

This article is an exceptionally well-reasoned antidote to the prevailing notion that Muslims in Europe are committing jihad murder because Europeans are so very, very mean to them.

bomb Brussels

“Europe’s Muslims hate the West,” by Leon de Winter, Politico, March 29, 2016:

The first reaction to the Brussels massacres among postmodern European intellectuals was predictable: What did we, Europeans, do to them, our Muslims? How could followers of a religion that is proudly called “the religion of peace” commit these kinds of atrocities?

People like Peter Vandermeersch, the Belgian editor-in-chief of Dutch newspaper NRC-Handelsblad, and Belgian writer David Van Reybrouck, both accomplished intellectuals, argued that Belgium must have done something terrible to deserve this. Their line of reasoning: The terrorists’ fury must be a reaction to their inhumane treatment at the hands of the West.

So, we blame ourselves in order to remain blameless. Safer to blame our own societies and socioeconomic conditions than to blame the religious and cultural concepts with which terrorists poison their own minds.

According to reports, the unemployment figure in Brussels’ infamous Molenbeek neighborhood — now referred to as the jihadi hothouse of Europe — is 30 percent. This is a relatively high figure in Western Europe, but not unusual in southern European countries or the Arab world. There is poverty in Molenbeek, but that poverty is relative. There is no starvation, no homelessness, no lack of medical infrastructure, no lack of schools.

Compared to average living standards in Morocco or Egypt, the average living standard in Molenbeek is comfortably middle-class. Like in any other Western European country, many Belgian institutions and organizations offer support when families need housing, food, education, and health care. Opportunities for success, and to study and become a respected member in society, are countless compared to those that exist in many immigrants’ countries of origin. Still, there is deep resentment among the younger generations of immigrant Moroccan families.

Immigration into the Netherlands from Morocco and Turkey is an expensive phenomenon for the taxpayer: In the modern welfare state immigrants are more dependent on the welfare state than the average citizen. Because of a lack of higher education and the lack of non-skilled jobs, immigrants absorb a higher part of unemployment and social security payments than the average citizen. As a group, they receive more money than they pay in taxes. They also show up much higher in crime statistics than their numbers would justify. There are many success stories, but there are also disappointing trends. Like radicalization. And the situation in Belgium is even worse.

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Anti Muslim Banner?

It was not an “anti-Muslim banner”,  it was an anti mosque banner.

An anti-Muslim banner adorned with logos for the far-right political group United Patriots Front was raised at the MCG during Friday night’s AFL clash between Collingwood and Richmond.

The sign, which read “Stop the mosques”, was displayed by the scoreboard at the City End of the ground at halftime.

anti mosque banner

Anyway, that’s not a banner. THIS is a banner.



AFL commissars should be banned for life allowing that. Their hypocrisy is astounding.  This was from last weekends game against the crows


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al Jizz makes the point why we shouldn’t allow any Mohammedans to settle here

Torture yourself and watch this pathetic flick about a Mohammedan headbanger who is given money for nothing and a chance to make a good living in Cambodia: he doesn’t want it. He is not prepared to make even the most basic effort:

For thousands of asylum seekers, Australia represents the country of their dreams. But the government has declared that anyone who comes to Australia by boat will not be allowed to stay.

Instead, they are sent to detention centres on the island nations of Papua New Guinea and Nauru.

Unable to remain there indefinitely, refugees have been offered the chance to start a new life in Cambodia. But critics say the country is plagued by poverty and corruption. To date, only five refugees have taken up the offer.

101 East follows Cambodia’s resettled refugees and investigates the repercussions of this multimillion-dollar refugee transfer deal.

Join the conversation @AJ101East.

Wally rubs it

Andrew Bolt usually gets it, but all too often he overlooks the most important thing: Wally is a Mohammedan agitprop who does exactly what an enemy agent does: he sows doubt, he ridicules, he changes perceptions and questions everything we hold dear, he vilifies and accuses, he denigrates the infidel society that allowed him to assume the role of a  fairy prince and elevated him to a position he would never be in were he just another white Aussie. Wally should be treated with contempt. Don’t these silly females around him see that he is in no way different from Keysar Trad or Catmeat sheik Hilali?

Waleed Aly on stripping Australia of pride

Waleed Aly claims that if we were truly honest about Australia’s history – which he seems to think shameful – we could never take pride in this place:

We struggle with our history because once we admit it, we have nowhere to go with it; no way of rehabilitating our pride; no way of understanding ourselves. As a nation, we lack a national mythology that can cope with our shortcomings. That transforms our historical scars into fatal psychological wounds, leaving us with a bizarre need to insist everything was – and is – as good as it gets.

He’s wrong about our past; he’s wrong in thinking it responsible to strip Australians of pride in what they have.

Exactly how will a country with no pride attract the loyalty of newcomers, especially those of Aly’s inordinately proud faith?

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Sharia Supersedes Everything

Video: Muslims in NYC Say Sharia Law Supersedes the U.S. Constitution

Haris Zafar promptly lies and claims that the law of the land supersedes all other laws, pointing to non existent Qu’ran verses. Unfortunately, he is not being challenged on his lies.

 Faux News’ Hannity didn’t let the on-the-street videos speak for themselves and followed it up with apologists.

Reformation of Islam is impossible. The only valid option is banning Muslims because as the video demonstrates clearly, many Muslims have no intention of fulfilling their Naturalization Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America and likely lied when taking it:

Sec. 337. [8 U.S.C. 1448]
(a) A person who has applied for naturalization shall, in order to be and before being admitted to citizenship, take in a public ceremony before the Attorney General or a court with jurisdiction under section 310(b) an oath
(1) to support the Constitution of the United States;
(2) to renounce and abjure absolutely and entirely all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state, or sovereignty of whom or which the applicant was before a subject or citizen;
(3) to support and defend the Constitution and the laws of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic;
(4) to bear true faith and allegiance to the same;

 Hussein Obama Altered (5) in the U.S. Oath of Allegiance in Compliance with Islamic Law so Muslims would not have:

(5) (A) to bear arms on behalf of the United States when required by the law

Video from the streets of Minnesota also show clearly that Muslims in America want sharia law.

Related: Time to replace Communism with political Islam on immigration application? Swearing In the Enemy – Why the U.S. Needs a New Loyalty Oath

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