It is a nightmare that Mohammedan dissemblers like Arun Kundani are allowed to turn reality on its head and to turn unsuspecting young Americans against their own country. This Jew-hating scumbag should get his marching orders asap.
A closer look reveals that we are the terrorists and Mohammedan head choppers can do no wrong:
Arun Kundnani is an Adjunct Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication at New York University, and teaches terrorism studies at John Jay College. He has been a Visiting Fellow at Leiden University, Netherlands, anÂ *Open Society Fellow, and the Editor of the journal Race and Class. His new book The Muslims Are Coming! Islamophobia, Extremism, and the Domestic War on Terror (Verso Books) publishes in March 2014.
Boris Johnson’s Radicalisation Myth-Making
Boris Johnson’sÂ suggestion this weekÂ that children of Islamic extremists be taken into care to prevent their being radicalised illustrates perfectly our collective failure to understand the problem of terrorism.
After 9/11, so-called terrorism experts funded by governments and neoconservative think-tanks invented the concept of radicalisation to try to explain the violence being directed at the US and the UK. Their argument was that the root cause of that violence lay in an ideology – what Johnson, following the usual metaphor, calls “that awful virus: the contagion of radical Islamic extremism”.
Millions of dollars and pounds have since been spent trying to prove that some version of Islamic belief leads young people to commit acts of murder against their fellow citizens. In my new book,Â The Muslims Are Coming! Islamophobia, Extremism, and the Domestic War on Terror, I call this argument “the myth of radicalisation”.