Monday, April 30, 2018
Undercover camera exposes the hate taught to Muslim children. A Must Wat...
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Islamaphobia and LBC
I enjoy listening to some LBC programmes so when I heard Ian Dale was doing a show on why Islamaphobia is on the increase I thought this would be interesting. NO it was a typical Ian Dale Snowflake programme, instead of dealing with the issue we had an hour of Muslims complaining how bad they have been treated by white people. Have to admit some were quite disturbing but some stretched the truth, interesting enough nothing was said about Muslim insulting non-Muslims. At no time was there any discussion on why so-called Islamaphobia is on the increase.
I phoned up half way through the show and spoke to one of their researchers after telling what I wanted to say, they would phone me back needless to say that never happened.
I told him I would be saying the following:
Things have changed over the last 30 years then most people did not know what a Muslim was. Then we had some snowflake invent the word Islamaphobia that means the fear of Islam not Muslims as a whole. I do not have any Muslims friends but I use the local hairdressers, Indian restaurant plus I have been to World Sambo Championships for 30 years and met many Muslims and never has there been any mention of their religion. Yet why do we have this genuine fear of Islam? Well look at the evidence first there is ISIS and the atrocities they have committed and lets not forget the bombings and killings in the UK some say that it is radical militant Muslims. Yet the media and establishment have refused to publish Muslim incidents in the UK. Social Media has allowed us to see what Islam is about massive marches demanding Sharia law, demonstration against our soldiers, demanding the death of Dutch Politician Geert Wilders, Muslim patrols insulting non Muslims and much more.
I said to the researcher that I was reading the Koran so I could understand what Islam was about and I was disgusted about the violence before I could finish he went on to say that the Bible was as bad. This made me angry and I said where does the founder of Christianity Jesus Christ say that it was all right to kill Homosexuals, where did he say that was the duty of his followers to kill non-believers. There is over 100 passages where Muslims are told to kill Christians and Jews, it goes on say behead your enemies, enemy children made to become slaves, young captive girls and women are made sex slave, it tells husbands to beat their wives, women who are raped are at fault and should be stoned to death, anyone who leaves Islam should be killed and there is much more plus lets not forget Islam wants to conquer the World.
This can all be checked just read the Koran. Now Ian Dale wants to know why there is an increase in so called Islamaphobia well read the above but no Snow flake Ian Dale would rather listening to bleating hearts rather then facing the truth.
Yet I am sure that there is a lot of Muslims who do not believe in the totality of the Koran but the problem is those who do. Yet insulting and attacking individual Muslims proves nothing
|An Africa jihadi (representative of Boko Haram, Al Shabaab, and the
like), rebukes a poor, starving villager woman: “It is forbidden to eat
the food delivered by the UN because it is infidel!”|
The woman replies: “And that grenade in your hand which was made by the infidels — is it permissible?”
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Tuesday, April 24, 2018
The Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch John X, Syrian Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch Ignatius Aphrem II, and Joseph Absi, Melkite-Greek Catholic Patriarch of Antioch, Alexandria, and Jerusalem, released a scathing response to the air strikes by the US, the UK, and France, calling them “unjustified…brutal aggression” and stating that the evidence of chemical weapon use was insufficient. The heads of all three major churches also called on Christians worldwide to stand up against war in the Middle East.
Now, the National Evangelical Synod in Syria and Lebanon has joined other Christian leaders in their condemnation, echoing the accusation that the charges being leveled against the Syrian regime with “fabricated” and “without legal justification,” and that the Western involvement in Syria was “in contradiction to the desire of the Syrian people.” The Presbyterians then asked churches in the West to “exert maximum pressure on their governments and diplomacy not to repeat those adventures that undermine the chances of stability awaiting our country.” The statement closes by saying, “As we declare this, we ask God Almighty to give our leadership, government and National Army all wisdom and steadfastness in the face of evil forces. We lift our prayers for a strong Syria that upholds the values of peace, human dignity and peaceful co-existence among all its components.”
These statements should make those banging the drum for war in Syria stop and consider the situation more seriously for a moment. It is often Christian communities in the Middle East that suffer horribly or are even wiped out when the West decides to spread democracy. They speak from sad experience—I spoke with a Syrian refugee several weeks ago who believes the instability and chaos now are far worse than anything that could be experienced under the Assad regime. In fact, nobody seems to have any idea who would replace the tyrannical Assad if he was successfully removed—it seems likely that an Islamist would take his place, which is hardly an improvement.
It is becoming increasingly clear that the Bush Doctrine, while well-meaning, was fundamentally flawed in a very important way: It presumed that all people, everywhere, yearn for American-style democracy and freedom. It turns out that in many places, people do not see democracy as a priority. They value their tribe, or their religious sect or faith, or their family, or their ethnic group far more highly. They see the world differently, and thus trying to impose a distinctly Western ideal on nations with radically different cultures is, as the Iraq adventure proved, a sure way of bringing misery and social collapse to other nations.
Syrian Christians are speaking with a united voice: Stay out of our country. I do not pretend to be an expert on Middle Eastern geopolitics, and I do not pretend to understand all of the complexities of what is going on in Syria right now. I’m afraid that many of those who seem eager to dump bombs onto the country don’t understand them, either. But I can listen to the voices of people who have lived in that country their entire lives, and seem to be rather resolutely telling us that our warplanes will only make things worse for them. (source)