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A new low: Charlie Hebdo's murdered staff receive an 'Islamophobe of the Year' award

10 March 2015

10:22 AM

10 March 2015

10:22 AM

I have always treated the ‘Islamophobe of the Year’ event with the scorn it deserves. Not least because each year this fantasy prize for a fantasy concept is run by a British Khomeinist organisation laughably named the ‘Islamic Human Rights Commission.’  The nominees include anybody opposed to the agenda of Islamic extremists, including Muslims.  Of course each year, whilst laughing at it, those of us who are regular nominees also regard it as being to our great good fortune that the IHRC is a British charity operating in the United Kingdom rather than an Islamic charity operating in an Islamic country.  If the latter were the case then rather than laughing at the IHRC every year, those of us who it annually attacks would be hanging from cranes.

However, readers will perhaps excuse me if the laughter is slightly quieter this year.  The first reason is that the ‘Islamophobe of the Year’ award seems to be gaining ‘mainstream’ ground.  This year the awards were not only endorsed by Islamic extremists on the one hand and pseudo-academics like Arun Kundnani on the other, but also by a number of more prominent public figures including the former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams and former Telegraph journalist Peter Oborne.


Once again I made the shortlist but missed out on the main award.  However the UK award for ‘Islamophobe of the Year’ did go to Maajid Nawaz.  It would be hard to invent a better display of the agenda of the IHRC and the people involved with it.  Because of course Maajid has devoted his life to, and risks his life by, attacking the extremists within the Islamic faith – his faith.  The IHRC and their supporters seem to have much in common with fundamentalist and extremist Muslims, in that both are deeply irritated by the few brave Muslims like Nawaz.  Indeed they hate him even more than they hate people like me.  Readers will have to guess what variety of Islamic group might choose to attack liberal Muslims, what this says about their agenda and what it tells us about the intelligence of the people who support them.

But there is another reason why my laughter is lessened this year. Although I am assured that the laughter at the IHRC’s ‘ceremony’ in London on Saturday was as raucous as ever, this weekend the IHRC gave their international ‘Islamophobe of the Year’ award to the left-wing French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.  This might be thought laughable in any other circumstances.  The IHRC, one should remember, is a registered British charity.  But of course it is not very funny, because only two months ago another group of people who thought Charlie Hebdo is ‘Islamophobic’ went into the magazine’s offices and gunned down their journalists and cartoonists.  This is the way the pattern works now – the Islamic terrorists break through the front door with Kalashnikovs and then a whole network of fellow travellers try to sneak in through the back door and explain why the cartoonists and journalists might have had it coming.

Of course the IHRC and their supporters like to pretend that Muslims in Europe are being ‘otherised’ in the manner of Jews in Nazi Germany.  But nothing could be further from the truth.  Not just because it was concentration camps rather than ‘othering’ which was the main issue in Germany in the middle of the last century.  But also because Muslims in Europe enjoy full equal rights – far more so than in any Islamic country in the world today or ever.  If there are any negative feelings towards elements of the Muslim community it is towards the extremists.  And why shouldn’t people hate those who blow up trains and buses, crash planes into buildings, shoot at free speech seminars and synagogues and target Christians, Hindus, Jews and liberal Muslims around the world?  If that ire does end up being more widely and less discerningly directed then it will be precisely because a growing number of non-Muslims begin to notice that Muslim communities seem capable not only of producing the sort of people willing to slaughter journalists and cartoonists but also of then providing a multitude of pseudo-moderate organisations which compare the victims of Islamist violence – rather than the perpetrators – to Nazis.

I hope the IHRC and their supporters had an amusing time at their awards ceremony at the weekend, laughing as they smeared and mocked dead journalists.  To my mind it provides a good reminder of what the civilised world is up against, abroad and at home.

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  • HolgerDansk

    Douglas, whythese pernicious creatures the oxygen of publicity? To paraphrase the late Linda Smith (who admittedly was refereing to the Hamiltons on Room 101), we’d all be better off if they were to do without the oxygen of oxygen!

  • Maureen Fisher

    The fact they nominated Polly Toynbee one year for dating to speak out about women’s rights is very revealing.

  • Chas Chan

    The term “Islamophobia” was invented and promoted in the early 1990s by the International Institute for Islamic Thought (IIIT), a front group of the Muslim Brotherhood. Former IIIT member Abdur-Rahman Muhammad — who was with that organization when the word was formally created, and who has since rejected IIIT’s ideology — now reveals the original intent behind the concept of Islamophobia: “This loathsome term is nothing more than a thought-terminating cliche conceived in the bowels of Muslim think tanks for the purpose of beating down critics.” In short, in its very origins, “Islamophobia” was a term designed as a weapon to advance a totalitarian cause by stigmatizing critics and silencing them.

    This plan was an outgrowth of the Muslim Brotherhood’s “General Strategic Goal for North America,” by which the organization aimed to wage “a kind of grand Jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and ‘sabotaging’ its miserable house by their hands … so that … God’s religion [Islam] is made victorious over all other religions.” To implement this plan, the Brotherhood enlisted the help of 29 likeminded “organizations of our friends” (one of which was IIIT), whose task would be to depict themselves as civil-rights groups speaking out on behalf of a Muslim American population that was allegedly besieged by outsiders who harbored an illogical, unfounded fear of them — i.e., by a society replete with “Islamophobia.”

    Although the term was coined in the early 1990s, “Islamophobia” did not become the focus of an active Brotherhood campaign until after 9/11. Since that time, Islamist lobby organizations (including the Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR) and Muslim civil-rights activists have regularly accused the American people, American institutions, law-enforcement authorities, and the U.S. government of harboring a deep and potentially violent prejudice against Muslims. The accusers charge that as a result of this “Islamophobia,” Muslims are disproportionately targeted by perpetrators of hate crimes and acts of discrimination.

    But FBI data on hate crimes show that the foregoing accusers are wholly incorrect. The incidence of anti-Muslim abuses nationwide has actually declined since September 2001.

  • DatBus

    Islamophobia! LOL!!!

  • Convergence87

    Only bigots deny bigotry exists…………..

  • opencurtin

    It will all come out in the wash in about 100 years from now when Islam will be the dominant force in Europe going by projected Population figures.

  • tres66

    Yes, they do think you are fools. After all, they have been getting away with it for years. This is where appeasement of fanatics gets you. Or to give it its other meaning, multiculturalism.

  • Peter Henderson

    Charlie Hebdo was not only disrespectful of Islam but of Christianity and religion generally. Also, Charlie Hebdo campaigned in favor of outlawing the right-wing party of LePen. So it is really in no position to talk about freedom of speech. How do you think the God of Moses and Abraham would have handled Charlie Hebdo?

  • Louise_Cyphre

    On a related note, read about what Islam does to young brains:

  • Steve B

    What Douglas Murray describes is incredible. We must be out of our minds allowing such people to operate here.

  • Greg Tingey

    Yes we are up against RELIGION
    Islam now is behaving as if it was christianity in 1550 ….
    Or the communist religion (persecuting all the competition) in 1930 ….

    • justsomeone

      It always has behaved like this. It hasn’t stopped, that’s all.
      And for a while, its adherents were less extreme but now they’re back at it.
      We’re not up against religion, we’re up against Islamic zealots. The very fact that Christianity isn’t doing it now and hasn’t for hundreds of years shows it’s not about religion per se.

  • europaea

    PS Why is the ‘Islamic Human Rights Commission’ a charity?

  • europaea

    The warped logic appears to be: you criticise our god/religion, if you get shot, that’s your fault. By a similar logic, the men who gang-raped that girl in India recently considered that she had it coming to her because she went out in the evening.
    Confusion of victim with aggressor.

  • bhaack

    This is total BS. I am way more Islamophobic than Charlie. Charlie obviously got a bunch of sympathy votes.

  • justsomeone

    An overlooked matter: Today, first Islamists murder a group of people and then the “Islamic Human Rights Commission” declares they were Islamophobes.
    Surely soon enough, first they’ll be declared Islamophobes and then they’ll be murdered by Islamists. Then people will live in fear of the “Islamic Human Rights Comission”.

  • Dean Jackson

    “A new low: Charlie Hebdo’s murdered staff receive an ‘Islamophobe of the Year’ award”

    Ah, The Spectator continues to fly the Marxist red banner, participating in agitprop…

    The CBS article reads, ‘A reporter for Britain’s Telegraph newspaper in Paris told Sky News that the first two officers to arrive, who were apparently unarmed…

    All Paris police are armed, including Paris bicycle police* as the 2014 picture of two such bicycle officers in Paris proves (scroll down the article)…

    …and the police officer lying on the ground (Ahmed Merabet), pretending he was shot, who “arrived on the scene on a mountain bike” is not wearing the uniform of the National Police bicycle unit. He’s wearing the standard uniform for the National Police. Bicycle police have two wide silver stripes on their uniform leggings, as the picture above shows. Of course, the huge gaffe here is that even after a fifteen minute** killing spree in the center of Paris (1) no other police have arrived on the scene!; (2) the area hasn’t been cordoned off to exiting traffic!; and (3) the videos (see second footnote) shows the police cruiser allowing the “terrorists” to get away.

    So, why the false flag operation you ask? The so-called “War on Terror” is an operation being carried out by the Marxist co-opted governments of the West in alliance with the USSR and other Communist nations, the purpose being to (1) destroy the prominence of the West in the eyes of the world, where the West is seen (i) invading nations without cause; (ii) causing chaos around the globe; and (iii) killing over one-million civilians and boasting of torture; (2) close off non-Russian supplies of oil for export, thereby increasing the price of oil, the higher price allowing oil exporting Russia to maintain economic stability while she modernizes and increases her military forces; (3) destroy the United States Armed Forces via the never-ending “War on Terror”; the ultimate purpose of the aforementioned to (4) bring about the demise of the United States in the world, opening up a political void to be filled by a new pan-national entity composed of Europe and Russia (replacing the European Union), a union “From the Atlantic to Vladivostok”; which will (5) see the end of NATO.

    Now you know how Bolshevik Russia survived in 1917; how the West “lost” China to the Communists in 1949; why the Eisenhower administration turned a deaf ear to the anti-Communist Hungarian uprising in 1956; why the Eisenhower administration in 1959 was indifferent to the Castro brothers’ Communist fidelity, actually used the CIA to overthrow the Batista government; why the Nixon administration abandoned Taiwan for Communist China, and signed treaties/provided economic aid to the USSR; why the Nixon administration refused to tell the American People that over 50% of North Vietnamese NVA regiments were actually Chinese People’s Liberation Army soldiers (attired in NVA uniforms, and proving that the Sino/Soviet Split was a ruse, as KGB defector Major Anatoliy Golitsyn told the West back in 1962), thereby (1) ensuring the Vietnam War would be lost; (2) destroying the prominence of the United States abroad and at home; (3) breeding distrust between the American people and their government; and (4) securing Communist victories in Southeast Asia. Working in the background within the political parties of the United States and Great Britain were Marxist agents doing their best to (1) ensure the survival of Communist nations when they popped up; and (2) sabotage any policies that would bring down a Communist nation. That’s why after the fake collapses of the East Bloc nations and USSR there was no mandatory Western verification process to ensure the Communists weren’t still in control.

    The fraudulent “collapse” of the USSR (and East Bloc) couldn’t have been pulled off until both political parties in the United States (and political parties elsewhere in the West) were co-opted by Marxists,* which explains why verification of the “collapse” was never undertaken by the West, such verification being (1) a natural administrative procedure (since the USSR wasn’t occupied by Western military forces); and (2) necessary for the survival of the West. Recall President Reagan’s favorite phrase, “Trust, but verify”.

    Notice that not one political party in the West requested verification of the collapse of the USSR, and the media failed to alert your attention to this fact, including the “alternative” media. When determining whether the “former” USSR is complying with arms control treaties, what does the United States do to confirm compliance? Right, the United States sends into the “former” USSR investigative teams to VERIFY compliance, yet when it’s the fate of the West that’s at stake should the collapse of the USSR be a ruse, what does the United States do to confirm the collapse? Nothing!

    It gets worse–the “freed” Soviets and West also never (1) de-Communized the Soviet Armed Forces of its Communist Party officer corps, which was 90% officered by Communist Party members; and (2) arrested/de-mobilized the 6-million vigilantes that assisted the Soviet Union’s Ministry of the Interior and police control the populations of the larger cities during the period of “Perestroika” (1986-1991)!

    There can be no collapse of the USSR (or East Bloc nations) without…

    Verification, De-Communization and De-mobilization.

    The West never verified the collapse of the USSR because no collapse occurred, since if a real collapse had occurred the West would have verified it, since the survival of the West depends on verification. Conversely, this proves that the political parties of the West were co-opted by Marxists long before the fraudulent collapse of the USSR, since the survival of the West depends on verification.


    *”Merabet, who was seen on the footage as alone on the street, had a service gun and a bullet proof vest, said Michel Thooris of the France Police labor union.”

    ** “We evacuated via the roof just next to the office. After around ten minutes we saw two heavily armed, masked men in the street.”

    “Masked gunmen burst into 6 rue Nicolas-Appert in Paris about 11.30am local time on Wednesday, shouting “Is this Charlie Hebdo?” before realising they had the wrong address.

    The men then moved quickly down the road to number 10 and fired at reception staff…

    Police received reports of gunshots at the Charlie Hebdo headquarters about 11.30am and immediately sent officers to the scene.”

    Shortly after fleeing the crime scene, the “terrorists”…


    … inexplicably stop their car and get out to display their weapons, then get back into their car where they confront the police cruiser that allows them to evade! Contrary to the YouTube caption, there is no shootout with the police. The police simply back up their cruiser and allow the “terrorists” to flee. We’re looking at at least fifteen minutes elapsed time from when the reception staff at number 10 called the police to the incident where the police cruiser allows the “terrorists” to evade.

    ***The failed socialist inspired and controlled pan-European revolutions that swept the continent in 1848 thought Marxists and socialists a powerful lesson, that lesson being they couldn’t win overtly, so they adopted the tactic of infiltration of the West’s political parties/institutions.

    • Louise_Cyphre

      “why the false flag operation”


  • Stormbringer

    “Islamophobia” is a badge-of-honour that all sane, rational should wear with pride.

    • justsomeone

      Including moderate Muslims.

    • Guest

      So irrational, rabid hate is something you like to broadcast.
      No mere Islamist will be better than you, eh?

  • Mister Rible

    Just when you think Islam/Muslims can not sink any lower, there they are, doing something, even a snake would be ashamed of doing.

    Vile filth, them and their appeasers.

  • DaHitman

    Muslims playing cards to stop criticism of their sick ideology, nothing new

  • Chakso

    Its about as satirical and funny as if some “Anti-Semites of the year” award went to murdered Palestinian children.

    • Richard

      That is a bit different, as an article in this magazine showed us last year. You may remember, it was a television host encouraging Palestinian children to kill Jews:

    • Mister Rible

      no rockets into Israel = no ‘murdered’ Palestinian children

      just goes to show how much Palestinians love their children..

    • justsomeone

      What a disgusting little man you are.

    • Infidelissima

      phack off

  • poniesinjudah

    What on earth is wrong with Rowan Williams? He’s the one who said Britain will “undoubtedly” have some form of sharia law eventually, isn’t he? I prefer Cranmer. Really someone should catch him in a net and study him to find out why he keeps sucking up to the worst elements in Islam. Also IHRC is a registered British charity? How about you folks get on doing something about that. Meanwhile I’m here in Canada where a trial of Jihadist attempted train bombers is wrapping up. Cheers.

  • Copyright101

    Seem to be quite a few ‘guest’ votes for people in this thread. How is that happening, given that Disqus no longer allows them? Corruption of some kind is afoot.

    • Augur Mayson

      I started getting guest votes yesterday, just a few. So I think Disqus is maybe starting them back up again. Presumably they’ve done something to make it more difficult for people to rig comments ratings by either upvoting or downvoting with legions of fake guest votes.

      • Copyright101

        I just gave you a guest vote mate! It works at The Spectator. But not at MRev for example. Clearly it’s working on a site-by-site basis.

        Update: I can make guest votes all over the place but not at MRev.

        • Augur Mayson

          Oh. If you log back in though that vote should evaporate. Disqus should be able to tell it was from the same IP and not count the double-vote. Used to be, if I recall correctly, I could be browsing an article but hadn’t logged in yet, I’d upvote a comment and then realize I wasn’t logged in when went to comment myself, and then I believe after I logged in the vote I’d made that said Guest would then have said Augur Mayson.

          They definitely had very bad vote rigging at the Daily Telegraph among other places. But they should strive to let Guest votes come back because 1, guest votes matter to people like me because I want to know I am reaching new minds not just people who already kind of agree with me ideologically, and 2, because Disqus’s registered userbase will only increase as rapidly as it has in the past if they continue to allow unregistered users to be able to reflect their opinions through upvotes, even if they may have to register if they wish to comment themselves.

          • Copyright101

            Ive logged out, logged in, cleared history etc. Looks like those votes are good.

      • English Lad

        That was me who gave you the honour.

    • DerBuzenPuken

      SJW’s camping out…

  • Stormbringer

    “former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams”

    The faiith-befuddled bufoon whose secret wet-dream is that we’ll be praying one day even it’s not his God that we’re praying to. Any God is better than no God is his mindless mantra as the modern world leaves him and his infantile imbecility very far behind.

    “and former Telegraph journalist Peter Oborne”

    A consistent idiot-apologist for Islamism who entertains daft Lawrence of Arabia fantasies.

    With endorsements like that then it’s little wonder that the nonsensical oxymoron “Islamophobia” has no credibility or currency. I mean, just why would any sane, rational person be at all frightened of Islam?


  • balance_and_reason

    How about this for the award….No more muslim immigration…at all….

  • trekker2002

    I have just visited their site and searched in vain for any mention of Raif Badawi, a Saudi Muslim still under threat of weekly flogging for ‘insulting Islam’ . It appears that his human rights don’t register in the IHRC worldview. I suppose because they don’t want to address the fact that the biggest deniers of Muslim human rights are generally other Muslims. Or the fact that most Muslim majority countries don’t appear to give a toss about breaching human rights when it suits them.

  • q-pantagruel

    “…this weekend the IHRC gave their international ‘Islamophobe of the Year’ award to the left-wing French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.”…” not only endorsed by Islamic extremists…but also by a number of more prominent public figures including the former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams and former Telegraph journalist Peter Oborne.”

    I am flabbergasted.

    Jaw-dropping cynicism raised to a high art form.

    That there is not a unanimous cry to run IHRC and their useful idiots out of town on a rail is a symptom of our cultural suicide.

  • RobS

    I think they could have made a serious statement if they had given it to ISIS instead. That would have been the best way to distance Islam from ISIS — as President Obama and many others like to say. It would have strengthened that argument, but alas, no.

    • anotherjoeblogs

      Some lessons will not be learnt,alas.

  • Lydia Robinson

    Polly Toynbee, that stalwart of left politics, also won it one year. Her “sin” was for writing this: “Religious
    politics scar India, Kashmir, Northern Ireland,
    Sri Lanka, Sudan … the list of countries wrecked
    by religion is long. But the present danger
    is caused by Islamist theocracy … There
    is no point in pretending it is not so. Wherever
    Islam either is the government or bears down
    upon the government, it imposes harsh regimes
    that deny the most basic human rights.”
    That was several years ago. Who, in their right mind, would disagree with it?

    • Genie Balham

      Ah yes that was in the dear ole Guardian. She got a LOT of thumbs up below the line.

  • Badjumbly

    Je suis un Islamophobe.

  • DaveWigan

    I really like Maajid Nawaz, though it hasn’t always been the case by me, I did distrust him, but over time, I sense he’s a very genuine well meaning person.

  • foxoles

    Islam: the only religion which will cut your head off and then tell you you had a phobia about it.

  • BigDhimmy

    The Islamic Commission for protection of Children awards:

    Award of the year: Muslim community in Rotherham.

    Jury: Muslim community have set an example for all Muslim communities in the UK, willingly and enthusiastically sharing their entrepreneurship, their ideas have spread to all parts of our country. In a joint effort with the local council , police, taxi drivers and politicians this has been a breakthrough for the concept of Islamic child care.

    Other awards:

    Best newcomer in child care: ISIS
    Best workplace to meet children: TAXI
    Best support of Islamic child care: BBC – The Guardian

  • WTF

    Its time to move on and give no more media air time to the parents of those 3 Muslim girls who will not accept responsibility for their ‘adult’ kids actions !

    To use that tired old bureaucratic saying “I hope lessons are learned here ” but not by the police or border agency but by Muslim families like these who can’t keep an eye on their wannabe Jihadists devil children. The rest of us are told many times we have to take responsibility for our kids so why should Muslim families be let off the hook again and again. As for the head of the MET, the police complain many times that they aren’t social services (and rightly so) so what on earth was he doing apologising to these parents for ‘failing his social services duties’.

    Common sense has long died in the UK when Islamic killers become victims, dumb 16 year olds are victims of the state and every woe, criminal act, perceived injustice or anti-social behaviour emanating from Muslim communities is not their fault but everyone elses. If its that bad in their twisted mindset I’m sure they would be allowed to run off to Syria with our blessing. They could become genuine victims when they don’t toe the Islamic line of IS instead of whining all the time in the UK.

    Personally I don’t care whatever happens to these girls as it may take something really barbaric to wake these parents up to the reality of extremist Islam. When you sleep with the devil you better watch your back and those of your kids and its ALL your fault if it goes bad !

  • Wednesday’s child

    They condemn themselves for us all to see. Now I wish they would hide their evil away, and perhaps by the mercy of their god they will eventually be reformed. Not holding my breath.

  • Cincinnatus

    Muslims aren’t the “new Jews” of Europe, they’re the new Nazis.

    • Donafugata


      Muslims are the supremacists who see everyone else as untermenschen.

      At least the Nazis weren’t constantly whinging about being victims.

      Islam needs to be expunged from Europe.

    • q-pantagruel

      Quite – and the “new Jews” of Europe are today’s Jews.

  • SOMARA556

    Slandering murdered cartoonists, these people have absolutely no class.

  • TNT

    In a nutshell, Islam and its five pillars:

    1. Wear ridiculous clothes and unhygienic beards. (Can also be applied to men.)

    2. Hate or kill anyone that you can, beginning with non-Muslims and working inward.

    3. Engage in a ludicrous pseudo-fast each year, which leaves you fatter and nastier than when you began it.

    4. Grab a cheap plane ticket at least once in your miserable life and go worship in front of a large rock with a tablecloth on it.

    5. Be certain that when you die, if you have praised a p*ss-stained camel thief from 7th century Arabia often enough, you will get to f*ck kids for an eternity in
    paradise. You are not prevented from having a go at that second one in this
    life, either.

    • Wednesday’s child

      That is the most withering take-down of a bad ideology that I’ve ever seen. Have a recommend.

  • Dan O’Connor

    If I point out the blatantly obvious, that there is one particular identity group in the West that will react more hysterically at the slightest flicker of Whites attempting to organise to prevent their minoritisation , some commentator will call me a raving hating idiot .
    I am cursed as a raving hating idiot for pointing out that there is one particular identity group that will go out of its way to attack any manifestation of White nativism / European ethnocentrism / racalism by knee jerk reflex because they see it as a threat .
    The very people who accuse me of conspiracy theorising , then tell me they themselves are opposed to any flicker of White nativism , but they have just complained that the
    ” -immune defences ” of Whites has been ” comprimised ” and yet it is they who are comprising the immune defences of the West by supporting those who oppose White nativism ( ie’ Whites objecting to minoritisation )

    It’s a Catch22

    • redpilled

      I cannot understand how it has gone in so deeply, this anti-white instinct, that we are on the verge of destruction yet still cannot recognise our common heritage. It is absolutely baffling, I know all the propaganda and the sources of it but how on earth it can neutralise survival instincts is unfathomable to me.I cannot grasp how it took hold so deeply that it will lead to our extinction yet we cannot shake it off,

      • Dan O’Connor

        I think i should mank a little experimnt using opposite psychology by writing something like ….

        ” It is a well konwn fact that the vast majority of Jews support White nativism , nationalism , ethno-centrism / racialism ”

        Or I could exchange the word ” support ” for ” are indífferent to ”

        And then wait ……??????

        • redpilled

          It seems to me it has gone deeper than just a perverted psychological effect. It seems to have entered the marrow sometimes, I think it is pathological.

          • Dan O’Connor

            It is Pavlovian trained reflex FEAR concerning one particular group because the iconic myth of the Iliad, the Oddesey, Cruxificion, or any other historic mythology has been superceded in iconic myth status in the pysche of Western man by the Holocaust and the narrative of Jews as blameless victims of one 3000 year long pogrom at the hands of Aryans since the White supremacist Romans occupied Israel, and for no other reason than some kind of mental pathology and because they are Jews .

            • Wednesday’s child

              Why are you blaming the wrong people?

              • Dan O’Connor

                I fear no debate or questions and will shrink from none, which is more than I can say for my opponents, but I need some sleep . I will be glad to reply to any questions as the next opportunity

                Goodnight , or good morning

                • Tom Huddleston

                  Well that’s evident Dan O’Connor. As is your locked and bolted mind, from what you have written.

  • Auntiemilibland

    Very, very basic question to all. If we, here on Disqus know about the Islamic terrorists thriving in our country, threatening us with having our heads chopped off, why don’t the powers that be realise what an absolute treacherous mess Blair and Brown created. Close our borders to any plane flying in from an Islamic country, and round up and deport those who wish us harm? Every airline has to have an approved passenger list and when it contains more than one Muslim then return it from whence it came.

    • redpilled

      We are all looking for the answer to that one.

    • Muttley

      Who are the powers that be?

      Cameron is the true Heir-to-Blair on this issue as on others. Anyone in public life who suggests Islamics are a problem still gets well and truly trashed by all media (even the Torygraph), politicians, the church and a whole load of other mealy-mouthed do-gooders.

      They’ve really got us where they want us: terrified of mounting any serious opposition to what is happening to us.

      • Rae Garner

        Muttley, if enough of us do it then we can turn this around. Have you heard of the Hundred Monkey Syndrome?

        • Muttley

          I hadn’t but I just googled it, so now I have! Thanks, you have educated me!

          But you are a lovely optimist. I fear that people won’t speak out and won’t even vote UKIP in great numbers because they have been programmed to think that makes them a racist – the most shameful thing on earth in our society (even more so than stealing from your own family!)

          I hope you are right and I am wrong. But I agree, we have to talk it up and maybe it can be turned around.

          • Rae Garner

            But Muttley, I am not at all an optimist. I am a realist and believe me I know full well that to turn this around is going to be hard work. We cannot afford to abstain from it.

            Blogs like this are a start. I have said elsewhere here that we need to NAME what is going on so that people can know what they are dealing with, and we can name that on blogs like this.

            And we can certainly NOT vote this shower back in.

            • Muttley

              Pegida in Germany name it unashamedly: it is the Islamicisation of Europe.

              • Rae Garner

                Yes. We could do with them here.

              • redpilled
                • redpilled

                  Why do the people you defend stamp on you when you try to act in defense of yourself? What do you get from this deal Rae?

                • Rae Garner

                  Oh dear. It must be the phase of the moon.

                  Try this.

                • redpilled

                  What do you get from it?

                • Rae Garner

                  Vegetarianism? Well, at least the knowledge that no animal suffers so that it can feed me. We don’t need to eat meat when there are so many other tasty and nutritious foods to eat, the preparation of which don’t involve cruelty.

                  My turn: What do you get from tinfoil hat paranoid antipathy towards Jewish people?

                • redpilled

                  I get to put people like you into a corner where they cannot give a straight answer because they simply cannot think straight due to the brainwashing of daily life in the Kosher West. And they lash out and wriggle around in the most extraordinary mental gymnastics rather than ask a few questions/

                • Rae Garner

                  I just have. Not my fault if it’s not the one you wanted or you can’t understand it.

                • Wednesday’s child

                  I wish there were something as tasty and nutritious as bacon that is not bacon. Haven’t found it yet.

            • JewishKuffar

              There are a lot of well-meaning (particularly young) people who have been conditioned since birth to be nice, tolerant, politically correct etc. They see someone from a poor country, with a brown face and a religion and instinctively want to champion them. They shie away when you confront them with any of the unpleasant facts about the life of Mo and the way in which Islam was spread by conquest.

              We must do all we can to educate people about the true nature of Islam and the demographic threat we face. Hopefully stories like this one, CAGE etc will start to filter into the mainstream consciousness.

              As another post said ‘Islam, offended by everything, apologising for nothing!’

              • Genie Balham

                The english have historically always applauded a feisty underdog, particularly in the sporting arena.
                It has taken sometime but, from my observations over the last decade, a proportion of UK folks have gradually moved from viewing islam as ‘underdog’ to, well, erm, ‘not quite cricket’ (english understatement).

                This is, therefore, not a pre-judging of the tenets but rather a considered post-judging of the outcomes and behaviours.

                • JewishKuffar

                  Hopefully they are starting to move from ‘plucky under-dog’ to ‘whining grievance-monger’ in the national mindset.

                  I also think we are starting to see an undermining of the ‘discussing immigration is racist’ meme which can only be a good thing. Hopefully, in the privacy of the voting booth people will realise that controlling your borders is not racist and vote for the only party serious about doing this.

    • Lydia Robinson

      They can’t stop Russian planes from flying into our airspace, let alone anything else.

  • Dan O’Connor

    Muslims or La Raza /La Reconquistador ) , the Black , Asian , Hispanic , Jewish lobby or the Black, Muslim , Irianian, Jewish , Asian student’s union , and the impending replacement of Whites in their homelands, and the pain and suffering this will cause for centuries to come for our people, is just nature’s way of telling us that mass immigration and multihistoricism , multi-kinship. multi-ancestralism and diversity is a very, very very bad idea.

    • Tom Huddleston

      You sound as if you should live with like-“minded” individuals in the wilderness. What is stopping you?

  • Dan O’Connor

    Here is something which the Left and Libertarian Right media is givig as little attention to as possible , because of the tribal background of those peddling it .
    Word has it that they approached UKIP for support and UKIP took one look and said a muffled no thanks. I can guess why UKIP didn’t make a bigger fuss about it .

    This mob of two faced very tribal centric Cultural Marxist / nation destroyers have been at the forefront of pushing for politically correct speech and thought criminalisation since the 50,s and been lobbying the EU behind the curtains with all the usual considerable political and economic clout and pious sounding double talk to go with it, to introduce even more draconian Orwellian speech codes and criminal legislation, and multiculti indoctrination from primary school upwards , with the aim of making ” intolerance ” a crime, and which if implemented ( which Teresa May has hinted at–to see the reaction ) –will leave us defenceless against Islam and mass immoigration and the demographic balkanisation and destruction of Europe , because they believe it benefits them
    They are the last people , when considering recent events , that should be involeved in this , but them again Charlie Hebdo did launch a campaign against free speech by attempting get the democratically elected anti-immigration / anti-Islamisation party of Le Pen / FN ..outlawed and banned , This will explain everything
    Let’s call them , “the Cultural Marxist canaries in the coal mine ”

    Link not working ;
    Occidental Observer ; Moshe Kantor using lies to Stalinize Europe

  • alfredo

    How about a Christophobia prize? I nominate Dr Rowan Williams for top award – a one-way ticket to the Islamic State.

    • Rae Garner

      Would he qualify more for the Quisling prize?

    • Dan O’Connor

      That’s a bad idea , Far too many Christians are pro-mass immigration
      White-ophobes or Africans

  • justsomeone

    Those Muslims are right. We don’t understand Islam. Geert Wilder’s book about Islam should be required reading at school.

    • Genie Balham

      And Tom Holland and Patricia Crone

  • Suzy61

    And now…Scotland Yard sees fit to apologise to the families of the ‘jihadi brides’ for letting them escape to Syria. Is this a new low-point? These ‘lovely’ girls stole jewellery from their own family to fund their trip to the land they longed for, where their future husbands relish decapitating babies and burning men alive. Apologists would say they are children and cannot understand what they are signing up to. Nevertheless, they must have found something appealing in the gruesome, brutal, cruelty displayed by those they have chosen to live with. What has made them like this? As in most cases, they are (allegedly) intelligent and not in the least deprived.

    Remember how we tortured ourselves over what could possibly have produced the monsters that killed James Bulger? They were much, much younger than these three jihadi wannabes. Did we seek to blame anyone but the families of these child-killers? Did their families demand new ‘identities’ and a public apology from the police service? Of course not, and they would have been given short shrift if they had. Almost all fully blamed the parents, and rightly so. These parents were shamed by what their children had done and, wisely, kept their heads down. However, in the current case I feel we are not too far away from a ‘compensation’ claim.

    It is a favourite tactic of the Muslim population. Far from being shamed – they declare themselves the true ‘victims’ so as to deflect the criticism they so richly deserve. We must stop them using this ‘get out of jail free’ card.

    If we really want to tackle this problem of extremism we have to shift the balance. It must be for Muslim parents to prevent the radicalism that their children are exposed to. If they suspect their children are being radicalised at school, they must report it. If they are being radicalised at the Mosque, they must report it. If their ‘innocent’ children are found to be plotting to kill us, or join a group who wishes to do so, they must report it.

    Of course, they will not do this…..unless they are sanctioned for not doing so.

    Take away their benefits, take away their free housing, healthcare and education. Deport them back to their homelands and make them suffer the consequences of their children’s actions. If, as we are lead to believe, Muslims will always defend the position of their parents perhaps those, like these ‘Jihadi Brides’ would think twice about the consequences of their actions on their parents and siblings.

    We must stop allowing Muslim families to simply throw their hands in the air and say we didn’t know what was happening to our children. We must reply…. ‘well, you should know and you have a duty to know and what has happened is your fault’. Not the fault of the police. Nor the Government. Nor the Security Services. Nor the Foreign Office. Nor the British public. But you. You are to blame.

    • Rae Garner

      They are phobic of the shame of being confronted by what they did wrong.

      Which is why we must continue to confront them.

      • Suzy61

        Yes, they are immune to the concept of blame. They cannot be blamed. They are Muslim. it HAS to be someone else’s fault.

    • Marcussmod

      Well said the blame must lie with these girls and their families first and foremost.

      • Donafugata

        The families are probably looking for compensation from the vile infidels who they have to live among.

    • WTF

      Deprived NO, depraved, YES !

    • Muttley

      It was a very unedifying sight to see the families of these charming girls trying to shift the blame and shame onto the police force, who at worst made a minor mistake by entrusting the girls with a letter to their parents. Clearly the police could not have known at that stage that the little sweethearts were not upstanding citizens but were thieving from their own relatives to fund their defection.

      • Rae Garner

        But it’s what they are trained to do, Muttley, from an early age, so deeply ingrained is their phobia of being found to be in the wrong and publicly! They are also trained to lie to protect other Muslims’ honour.

        It’s unconscionable that the police apologised to these people.


        If, as the Guardian is reporting, the girls stole from their parents to find the money to get to Syria, why didn’t the parents report the theft?

        If the parents knew about it and said nothing, why aren’t they being questioned more rigorously (and vigorously)?

        This stinks.

        • Genie Balham

          Surely if IS or any islamic theocratic country find out the girls are thieves they will perform the appropriate shar’ia punishment – amputate left hand (first offence), right foot (second) and then death (third). A stolen passport and jewellery…. hmmm.

          • Genie Balham

            Apparently the parents are saying that the items weren’t ‘stolen’ as the items are ‘part of the family’ and therefore belong to everyone and are for anyone’s use.
            Not sure you can apply that to a passport:
            a) it is for one named person only (ps minors are added to a parent’s passport – which one? this stops at what age? – but they cannot travel without the parent)
            b) it ‘belongs’ to the UK authorities and can be given or revoked on UK authority only

            • Tom Huddleston

              They’re good at the old taqiyya, I’ll give them that.

        • Genie Balham

          I agree with your point that this is all ingrained from a very early age – in the girls, in the parents, in the grandparents….
          Consider the few so called ‘wild children’ lost in jungles or held isolated in cages (Robert; Oxana Malaya). It is known from studies of these children that if a child is not exposed to speech at a particular point in their development that they do not develop the capacity to learn later. They are limited emotionally and intellectually by their early experiences. These are extreme examples of course but the principle of limiting a child’s contacts and education and thus limiting the capacity to learn/behave holds true within ALL human societies/cultures. No music, no chess, no maths, no education beyond one book…. sad really.
          If we (humans) are not properly socialised at a young age we have difficulty later in developing fully. Some never see the light.

    • Damaris Tighe

      Excellent post Suzy. You make some very good points – especially the comparison with the Bulger case.

      • Lydia Robinson

        The police have apologised though – compo usually follows after apologies.

      • Suzy61

        Thank you Damaris. A bit of a rant….but sometimes you just have to!

  • JewishKuffar

    I predict one of three possible futures for the West:

    1 – We continue down the current path of mass m@slim
    immigration/high birth rates. In 20-30 years of this demographic Jihad we wake
    up to find ourselves a minority in our own countries. See current Middle-east
    Christians/Jews/Yazidis for examples of what happens next.

    2 – Civil unrest and potential civil war. With 50 million
    m@slims in the West and potentially a large stock of weapons held secretly in
    mosques, this will not end well for the unarmed Western population.

    3 – We elect leaders who are prepared to stand up to Isl@m.
    A range of peaceful, legal measures could be introduced to assert the primacy
    of Western law/culture, ranging from banning Halal, Sharia courts, statutory
    duty on doctors to report FGM cases, to grants to help muslims ‘re-settle’ in
    muslim lands etc etc.

    I suspect option 1 (i.e. sleep-walking to our own
    extinction) is the most likely option. Option 3 is the least worst, at best it
    will keep the lid on the pressure cooker for another few years. Mass
    repatriation/total expulsion of Islam from the West is the only way to really
    ensure our future safety, but this isn’t going to happen.

    I truly believe that May 7th 2015 will be looked
    on as a turning point in British history. It is our last chance to go for
    option 3. Five more years of demographic Jihad and the peaceful option will be

    Vote UKIP

    • JSC

      My opinions on your suggestions…

      Banning Halal: Partly agree. Ban unstunned Halal; stunned Halal should be marked as such, so that conscientious objectors to it can choose not to buy it. Any religious person that finds this disagreeable is welcome to demonstrate their religiosity and be a vegetarian.

      Banning Sharia courts: Agreed. It’s against the law to imitate a policeman, so why is it legal to imitate a judge?

      Statutory duty on doctors to report FGM cases: 100% Agreed, anything else is to be complicit in extreme child abuse.

      Grants to help muslims ‘re-settle’ in muslim lands: Disagree, it’s a little too much like “send em all home” for me and I suspect it would rapidly degenerate into it if implemented.

      Instead I suggest Austrian style banning of foreign countries constructing / funding mosques / madrases / “community centers” etc. French style banning of the face veil in public and tighter immigration controls on low-skill / no-skill / illiterate immigrants, false marriages / intermarriage / polygamy. It might even be worthwhile to make immigrants from hard-line Islamist countries (or any other country with similarly incompatible laws and beliefs) take a pledge to not e.g. kill gays / non-believers, enslave women etc.

      • JewishKuffar

        Thanks for your comment. Re banning Halal, I agree it should be made much clearer so those who want to buy it are aware. I am Jewish but also anti-Kosher due to unnecessary animal cruelty. At least if I wanted to buy kosher I have to actively seek it out. Not so halal, my kids go to a nominally Christian school where all the food is nonetheless halal. Not sure if many people know that halal has to be certified such for a fee, which means non-muslims are paying a religious tax which goes to fund Islam in the West.

        I wish I had the answers to all this and that there could be a peaceful resolution to this issue!

        • redpilled

          You do know that a lot of supermarket food has the K in a circle and other designs indicating it is Kosher? For instance right now I am looking at the heinz ketchup sauce which has MK entwined in a circle. Does that mean we are funding someone without our knowledge?

          • Rae Garner

            It means that it contains no non-kosher substances, redpilled, therefore observant Jews may eat it. It does NOT mean that there is some surreptitious hiving off of funds for nefarious purposes. If anyone is funding anyone it’s the bodies who check out these things

            • redpilled

              But is there a fee to certify it? Which means non jews are paying a religious tax as with halal?

              • Guest
                • redpilled

                  Pretty much the same thing here. Why can’t you guys recognise you have so very much in common, Far more than you have with Europeans,


                • Rae Garner

                  Oh dear another white supremacist. Is it day time in the states?

                • redpilled

                  Lol, Kosher patriot! Soon to be Halal mincemeat.

                • Rae Garner

                  Not at all. As I said, I am vegetarian and don’t eat meat at all.

                • redpilled

                  You are a blind servant trussed up like a sacrificial calf.

                • Rae Garner

                  And you are decompensating.

                • redpilled

                  I think you meant decomposing. You are mixing Freud’s idea of compensation with material decay, Funnily enough the two have a lot in common,

                • Rae Garner

                  No, dear, I meant decompensating. Look it up. Decompensation is a sort of mental decay, born of cooking up ever more complicated conspiracy theories about da Jooz, you silly person.

                • redpilled

                  It is more complicated to spend your life negotiating around the elephant in the room.

              • Rae Garner

                The manufacturers pay for it. Remember there are too few Jews left now for them to be involved in the scam you are suggesting.

                • redpilled

                  Ah I see, the minority. But what about the majority who are funding it for an insignificant minority, That certainly sounds like a scam to me.

                • Rae Garner

                  You have a choice here, it seems to me. Ordinary food that has been designated kosher has not saturated the market. You can choose not to buy it. Simples!

          • JewishKuffar

            Quite possibly. We should be able to choose what we eat, personally I don’t want halal or kosher. I certainly don’t want to pay extra for a religious tax which funds an ideology which hates me!

            • redpilled

              Nor I, and I feel the same about halal tax.

            • Rae Garner

              Me neither. I am vegetarian for that reason

        • Genie Balham

          Religious slaughter has an ‘exemption’ from general UK Law. it is exempt from employment law which states you cannot limit employment by religion – only muslims can work in halal slaughter houses. It is exempt from Equalities law which states you cannot limit employment on gender – only men can work in halal slaughter houses.

          • JewishKuffar

            So it discriminates in favour of muslim men and against everyone else. Removing this exemption would be a simple way of taking back control of our food production and laws. If the very food we eat is prepared in accordance with Islamic law then we are already a long way down the path to being an Islamic state.

      • AverageGuyInTheStreet

        Why not send them back? They have no natural right to live here.

      • Genie Balham

        Norway are deporting known criminals and have a 30% reduction in crime 🙂 Please add this to your list JSC.

        Also please add ALL education (primary, secondary and tertiary) must be ‘secular’. NO religious instruction (RI) i.e. teaching ONE religion as fact. Plenty of comparative religious education i.e. factual info on a number of world religions now and in the past. Plus buckets of science and plenty of literature and arts.

        • JSC

          I can get behind all of that! 🙂

    • AverageGuyInTheStreet

      option 1 is actually a good thing, it brings a violent end to this multiracial madness ever closer.
      option 2– I don’t know how other English people are feeling but I’m more than ready to follow the example my grandparents set in 1939 by taking up arms against the fascists who were trying to invade us. The difference being the invaders are already here, aided and abetted by traitors in government, so its going to be messy.
      option 3, how is it good for us to shoulder the cost of repatriating colonising invaders / economic migrants? Screw them. One way ticket to Dover.

      • JewishKuffar

        option 1 means we willingly go to the slaughter without a fight. Not going to happen!
        Option 2 – Our grandfathers must wonder what their sacrifice was for if we meekly give our freedoms away. I suspect many people will be prepared to fight for their culture. As you say, the fifth column is already here, imagine fighting the Nazis with 5million already living in the UK!

        Option 3 – Short-term cost for long-term gain – Imagine the reduction in the benefits bill!

        I dearly wish our traitorous politicians had not put us in this terrible situation, just to secure their voter base and ‘rub the right’s nose in diversity.’ Our only hope is enough UKIP MPs get elected to change the direction of travel. 2020 will be too late.

        • Tom Huddleston

          I don’t believe they did it only for that, JewishKuffar. No, I believe they were induced to do it, bribed in a way, by Arab megabucks for our public services and underwriting our debts.

          I am amazed they can sleep at night.

          • JewishKuffar

            I tend agree with you Tom, follow the money as they say. Cameron has his eye on post-PM millions like his hero Blair.

      • Tom Huddleston

        I agree also with option 2. My grandfather fought against Nazism in WW2 . He’d spin in his grave if he knew the mess this country is in because of its leaders colossal cave in to Islamofascism, Nazism’s first cousin.

    • Muttley

      3 is not going to happen. 1 and 2 are not mutually exclusive; on the contrary, 1 will lead to 2. We’ve seen what happens when Islam gets a state.

    • Genie Balham

      Yes, the 2015 and 2020 GEs are important.

    • Donafugata

      I’d like to elect you as a leader.

      Laws making it virtually impossible to practise Islam on the grounds that they are incompatible with western values would be a start.

      The ECHR has twice found sharia to be incompatible with democracy, once in 2001 ( and pre-9/11 ) and again in 2004.

      Why aren’t our ‘ leaders’ acting on these rulings?

      • JewishKuffar

        You’re too kind!

        I do wonder why our leaders have acted in this way, to be so destructive against their own people. Were they blinded by political correctness/white guilt and are now afraid to admit their mistakes? Was it purely to shore up their voter base, as immigrants are more likely to vote for left-wing governments who give them work permits and benefits? Or are they deliberately using Islam as their foot-soldiers to destroy western civilisation? I am not normally given to wild conspiracy theories, but what other answers are there?

  • justsomeone

    Those poor Muslims, they can’t even hold the staff of Charlie Hebdo to account because some people (who aren’t really Muslims) have murdered them. It’s all so unfair! Perhaps exhume the bodies and shoot them all over again?
    Do bear in mind that for the Politically Correct, every Muslim murder is a reaction to an anti-Muslim action, which is always, by definition, of equal or greater magnitude.
    Murderous Muslims are never responsible for their actions; Non-Muslims always are.
    Like children and madmen, they are never responsible for whatever they do, and like the former, they keep having temper tantrums and crying, while responsible adults point out they’re not to blame.

  • pobinr

    Liberalsim is to Islam what damp is to mould

    • WTF

      One follows the other like day follow night !

  • Kennie

    Having worked at different times throughout my working life with muslims, I have given this some thought. I could never receive such an award because by definition, a phobia is an irrational fear and dislike of something.
    I have a rational fear because I see our “leaders” and other “elites” backing these mohamedans and punishing their own people for disagreeing with muslims. I also dislike the uncivilised backward beings who follow islam, simply because they are nasty b*stards.

    • justejudexultionis

      I have had plenty of run ins with these Islamic bigots. Most unpleasant I can tell you – and that includes their women who are kept like slaves or cattle by their rather unsophisticated male masters.

      • albert pike

        “and that includes their women who are kept like slaves or cattle”

        is that all of them?

  • justejudexultionis

    I’m afraid the real problem is not Islamism but our culture of political correctness and multiculturalism which has allowed this vile religion to take hold in our country and in many cases (Rotherham, Oxford etc) actually actively supported it. This is what happens when you take Jesus Christ out of a country that was Christian for about seventeen centuries: right and wrong are blurred and the way is open to any bogus ideology to take root, however wicked and intolerant (Islam).

    • Cobbett

      Oh do shut up = turning the other cheek. That’s your poxy religion.

    • Rae Garner

      Pardon me, the problem is indeed Islamism but I agree that it’s compounded by our supine leaders and political correctness. The latter has compromised our collective immune system and Islamism, like an opportunistic infection (aided and abetted by our spineless leaders) has spread.

      Trouble is, whereas they may speak BS about the “religion of peace”, they can’t stop those of us who not easily fooled from calling them out on it.

      • Dan O’Connor

        Islam is not the disease , it is a sympton of the diesease

        So what is the disease ? Is it multiculturalism ?
        Is it political correctness ? Supine leaders ? No , because they are also symptoms of the disease
        If it was as obvious as the nose on the front of one’s face what the disease is , the West would be in this mess in the first place

        The average person can’t work out what the disease is because it is quite and intellectual task .and there are enourmous social and psychological forces at work to attack and paralyse our centres of rational thought ( political correctness )
        It is like an elephant and five men in a dark room .
        The first man feels the elephant’s tails and says the animal is like a snake ,
        The second man feels the elephant’s ears and says the animal is like the leaves of a tree
        The third man feels the elephant’s belly and says the animal is like a whale

        ” has comprimised our collective immune system ”

        Yes , but what has disarmed the auto-immune mechanisms and threat recognition defences that strong nation states in the West have relied upon for centuriesa to defend themselves against intruding, hostile and parasitical alien cultures ?

        We must peal away the layers of camouflage and semnatics and reduce it down to its lowest common denominator

        • Rae Garner

          Which is?

          Here’s my hypothesis, Dan:

          It’s high time that we inured ourselves to the howls of outrage from the PC brigade when we speak unequivocally and honestly about what is going on and how we think it will affect the future of the UK. It won’t kill us, although we may lose friends. It’s long past time to start NAMING what is going on. Discourses can be changed. We are all responsible for changing the PC discourse into one of speaking the truth rather than in euphemisms. Therefore banish “Islamophobia” from the discourse because it entrenches faux-victimhood and taps into the too-ready guilt of the immature and unintelligent.

          Our collective immune system has been fooled by constant insult to it, into accepting (albeit with reservation) that Islam means us no harm when the evidence is entirely the contrary, by the constant repetition of that lie, and the deliberate bamboozling by Muslim spokesmen, and our governments’ colluding with that. Like Goebbels’ Big Lie, it has taken root in a population in which it either doesn’t register or, where it does, can’t bear to face up to the fact that it has been so consummately had.

          I doubt that your “centres of rational thought” are compromised and neither are mine. You seem to perceive things clearly, as do I.

          See also

          The article talks of the confusion engendered by cognitive dissonance.

          • redpilled

            Goebbels never said that. You are just swallowing fabricated history. This is a problem with our media.


          • Dan O’Connor

            Rae Gardner ;

            The title glaring out of the link you provided demonstrated exactly the point I was trying to make

            It should have said ” Think Europe ” but it didn’t , because its always about ” them ” isn’t it ?

            I mean we are Europeans living in Europe are we not

            And here is another clue to what is really going on
            I stopped reading when I got to the bit about Melanie Phillips
            ( as they all hype each other up to be ) being one of our spiritual guides

            Did you know that Melanie Phillips when asked if she was opposed to Muslim immigration, replied ” no ”
            Did you know that Melanie Phillips is a supporter of a multi-racial West with Whites as minorities , but not a supporter of mass immigration to Israel or Israeli Jews becoming a minority . This is not a one off exception , This is the rule for all the Melanie Phillips ‘s and her tribe , because they know that a multiracial / minority White West shorn of any White nativist biological identity is good for them
            They all practice a set of double standards
            ” anti-racism ” for us , and tribal Ethno-centrism for them
            Did you know that Charlie Hebdo waged a war against freedom of speech for Whites by spearheading a campaign to have the democratically elected Le Pen / FN banned ?

            Goodle up . Occidental Observer , article ;

            ” Moshe Kantor using lies to Stalinize Europe ”

            What is your ethnic background ?

            • Rae Garner

              Oh dear….
              Another willing drinker of the “Jews are taking over the world” kool aid. What a disappointment. I had you down as a regular guy.

              Still, proves that appearing intelligent doesn’t rule out being deluded. Dan, I don’t have any beef with what you believe, merely the construing you make of it and embroider onto it, but I really don’t want to reply to you again!

              I am white British and I doubt I need to ask yours.

              • Dan O’Connor

                ” I really don’t want to reply to you again ”

                Coward . What have I said that is untrue ?
                Do on , debunk it .

                There is a mountain of documents to back up my claim
                The Candian Jew Erza Levant ; ( friend of Mark Steyn ) apologised on his TV show and admiited that Jews ( their powerful media and financial lobby were responsible for the introduction of Soviet style artivcle 13 “hate speech ” laws in Canada , because now the Canadian Muslims are making full use of them against the Jews .

                One is there only one group whose behaviour and hypocrisy is beyond all scrutny or criticism when it harms us, and even mentioning their name in anything less than glowing terms is the greatest taboo in human history even when they have also been involved in the slave trade , and the genocide of tens of millions of White Christians ?
                That is not ” tolerance ” that is worship .
                Just like the title in the article you linked to

                • Rae Garner

                  Opinions cannot be true or untrue.
                  What you have said leaves a nasty taste in the mouth and smacks of a Jew-hating construing.
                  They are your opinions, and quoting from Jews (who are, surprisingly, allowed to speak what they like without threat ,unlike Muslims, and regardless of whether or not they are representative of all Jews or whether or not they talk codswallop) is at least intellectually dishonest.

                  So, no, I refute your accusation of cowardice. I see no point at all in hammering on the door of a locked and bolted mind.

                  Bye bye!

                • Dan O’Connor

                  ” Leaves a nasty taste in my mouth ”

                  That is exactly the reaction I have expected and anticipate from all people
                  Anyone with 2 brain cells realises there is only one identity group on the planet that is off limits , and can only be mentioned as a goup in glowing terms and has special status

                  That’s the kind of reaction, that 50 years of relentless and sublte indoctrination from Hollywood , TV , the media and academia was meant to achieve

                  I can understand and I am sympathise with your plight
                  You cannot believe that our enemy’s enemy is not our friend

                • Rae Garner

                  Since you lack the necessary brain cells, I rest my case
                  You may feel creature feeling for this
                  (PS: Da Jooz are not very good at this world domination thingie are they? Why are you so obsessed by it)?

                • Dan O’Connor

                  That’s a question :

                  The West is facing an immigration disaster and you send me a link titled ” Think Israel ” that praises Melanie Phillips who supports mass immigartion to the West ?

                  Why are you obssesed by them by knee jerk reflex
                  What about us , what about your own kith and kin
                  Do your think they put our interests first ?

              • Wednesday’s child

                He’s not regular, Rae. Pleased to meet you.

              • Copyright101

                I am white British

                You mean jewish?

          • Copyright101

            Like Goebbels’ Big Lie

            He wasn’t advocating the Big Lie he was pointing out the jewish Big Lie.

    • alfredo

      Why don’t you point this out to Dr Rowan Williams, c/o Magdalene College, Cambridge? I believe he’s still capable of reading words written on paper, but you’d better hurry up. It won’t be long before he starts telling strangers that he’s a teapot – or an imam.

  • David Prentice

    Behead the Islamophobes who say Islam is violent!

    • justejudexultionis

      Allahu Akbar!

      • Rae Garner

        No, no, no Allan’s is the Best Snackbar! Do you really know so little?

        • justejudexultionis