In this video Asghar Bukhari, spokesman for the Muslim Public Affairs Council of the UK, says that Bin Laden gave angry, young Muslims a blueprint for how to effect the changes they want to see.
Charles at Little Green Footballs comments:
Bin Laden’s blueprint, however, ends up in the complete abolition of democracy, in favor of shari’a law. If involvement in the democratic process is intended to achieve the destruction of that process, is it correct to call that “democracy at work?”
And what kind of “ethical foreign policy” is Bukhari talking about, if the model for that policy is Osama bin Laden?
I think everyone should post this on their blog. This is up there with the Undercover Mosque video in terms of importance, in my opinion.
Why are there no Angry Young Buddhists, Angry Young Confucians, Angry Young Hindus, Angry Young Sikhs? They've all come from poor countries to Britain in the past 40 years.
Why is Anger so important to just one noisy and disruptive group of immigrants?
Could it be that Pisslam does not just encourage hatred and anger, but as V S Naipaul says has "sanctified rage". Maybe going on a mob-rampage is the pinnacle of a Muslim's worship of Allah.
Yep, that's it. Islam is filled with rage, almost as if its "God" were a demon.
What do you know?
Grauniad moonbats beginning to see the light?
"The alliance of Islamists and Leninists that makes up the Respect coalition is not a dalliance born of opportunism. It reflects an extraordinary process in which part of the left has ended up arguing for what by any objective standards are reactionary positions: promotion of religious obscurantism in place of secularism; segregation of the sexes at public events; abridgement of free speech in deference to the sensibilities of those who claim themselves victims of the phantasm of "Islamophobia"; and most pernicious, the resurrection in political debate of some highly traditional motifs of antisemitic conspiracy theory. "
Security services say they have foiled a suspected plot to kidnap and torture a British soldier who has recently been serving abroad before beheading him live on the internet. From http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,2-2576244,00.html
I don't understand what you are getting at when you say the Grauniad moonbats may be beginning to see the light. That article is by Oliver Kamm, and as far as I understand, he has seen the light for a long time.
Were you referring to the comments section, perhaps?
I was referring to the fact that the moonbat powers that be at the Grauniad wloud alou sucH heresy too be buplihsed in theri ploticalY corrct msprnited rag.
Oh, ok. I wanted to make sure I understood you before I used the link you gave me.
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