The deafening silence of the Left over the ‘Muslim Patrol’

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The Commentator

The aftermath of the recent ‘Muslim Patrol’ saga served as another reminder of the British Left’s cherry-picking approach to morality

by Saleem Khan on 25 January 2013 18:10

There aren’t many times in politics when people of different stripes can unite over an issue, but I’m heartened to see that the Left have joined the chorus of condemnation over the disgusting behavior of the thuggish ‘Muslim Patrol’ gang.

Sorry, hold on. That’s in a parallel universe. Here in our universe, no such thing has happened. As with every other instance of Islamist fanaticism, the Left remains silent. Case in point: I emailed several groups, including Unite Against Fascism (UAF), The Respect Party (RP), and The Socialist Workers Party (SWP), asking for their comments on the incidents. Want to guess how many replied to me?


Bear in mind my emails were polite, concise and formal; I don’t go in for name calling and playground-level discourse. Of course, that’s what they would prefer. Had I written a long, ranty email full of insults, they would have responded like a shot. Take that ammunition away from them by asking a simple, sober question, and they can’t respond. As an aside, I also emailed George Galloway asking for his reaction; equally polite. Not that I expected a reply from him either.

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7 thoughts on “The deafening silence of the Left over the ‘Muslim Patrol’

  1. It is a mistake, and shouldn’t surprise anyone by this stage, to consider that the Left (Socialists, Communists etc), care about anything but promoting their vision of a Socialist society. Everything they do, like Islamists conincidentally is to (wittingly, or unwittingly), promote Socialism.
    Any cause they take up, environmentalism, the poor, homosexuals, single mothers, whatever, is to promote socialism, and that’s it.
    History has taught us this. The various special interest groups will be immediately discarded as soon as the “utopia” is created.
    It should come as no surprise to anyone that they are selective in their outrage, it’s to be expected.

  2. Why don’t we this same tactic wandering through a muslim occupied areas telling store owners and businesses they must move on, they’re not Christian…

    Regards, Don Laird
    Edson, Alberta, Canada

  3. I have been waiting for the inevitable fun to start when the Left, seeing two of its pet victim groups in conflict, has to choose which to keep promoting and which to toss overboard. They may be able to ignore an incident here or there but there will be others. They won’t be able to ignore it for long, and blaming the Right will be out of the question..

  4. The radical left which ignores reality and lives in this paradox is probably about 20% but a loud 20%, and is a big enough bloc to affect who gets elected. Biggest mass delusion dwarfing the lunatic fringe spiritual cult movements of the 70s and 80s, yet I haven’t seen the psychiatric associations put a name onto it.

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