Najistani On Why Britain May Crack Down On Infidel Bloggers
DRACONIAN ACTION against counter-jihadist bloggers in Britainistan is probably imminent. One has to consider why there is limited or no publicity about Islamic gang-rapes, SJS incidents and other forms of 'street jihad' in the national MSM.
If publicity and the press is controlled, which it is, local people in areas which are regularly affected will tend not to realise that there are many similar incidents across the country.
They will feel that the one they do know about, the local incident, is unusual and and consequently, they will not make too much fuss.
They may also think that their feelings about all the Muslim problems and spin-offs affecting them are not shared by many others across the country. They therefore do not react particularly strongly.
Suddenly though, through the blogosphere, they are now realising that they are not unique in their opinions and that many others feel exactly as they do.
When enough people find out that there are thousands, nay maybe millions, who think precisely as they do, then the counter-jihad will gather strength, exponentially, i.e.the more supporters gained, the faster supporters will be gained.
This gathering of support may begin to happen in 2008, and this is perceived by the Government and others as a major threat to their plans. Therefore it is possible that concerted and maybe draconian efforts could be initiated by the Authorities to control the influence of the blogs on public opinion.
Infidel Bloggers Alliance was set up for exactly such a situation.
The reason we started this blog was precisely because we foresaw a time when certain countries may attempt to limit information by shutting down bloggers. So, we are a blog, based in America, which hosts contributors from around the world.
Hopefully, America will not go dark.
Truth is, if any government chooses to shut down blogs, there is a whole community of people who can override their veto through various means. Those who want to get their info out can do like Najistani does here, simply email it to a blog like ours.
Additionally, we can set up email lists and send information via email. My Jewish friends are very good at this. Many of my Jewish friends are as up on what's going on, with regard to the Jihad, as I am. And, they get all their info from mass emails.
We really ought to take seriously the idea that governments around the world may try to shut down counter-Jihad blogs. Our very own Always On Watch believes that 2008 will, indeed, be the year of the darkened blog.
So, what can we do about it?