Aenaes over at ICLA did this post on selective enforcement in England, which for all practical purposes, makes it a Muslim country. Selective enforcement of the law, is perhaps the most pernicious form of deployment of tyranny. First, pass into law, a bunch of really really bad ideas that people accept because if they are enforced accross the board they are at least, equally unfair to all, and then only apply those laws to the people who you want to eliminate. This, is what Western nations are doing accross the board against secularists, Christians and Jews, and frankly all non-Muslims, perhaps even more so in Canada than in England as we saw in the case of the Montreal imam and Point De Bascule
Eeyore for Vlad:
Some Muslims appear to think that they can do just about anything in the name of their so-called god, and the British authorities seem all too willing to go along with them. The following video outlines an incident that illustrates this point rather well. The video relates to a group of Muslims going round an area putting stickers on people’s houses. The video is entitled ‘You can’t scare me into silence’:
Christians have been challenged by police when they have been handing out leaflets in so-called ‘Muslim areas’ of the United Kingdom, even though they were not defacing private property as those Muslims in the video were alleged to be doing. I would imagine that atheists would treated in the same way if they tried to encourage Muslims to leave their precious religion. Surely Muslims deserve to be made aware of the alternatives to their religion. Perhaps their lives would be improved if they ceased bowing to Allah. There seems to be a tendency in the United Kingdom to prevent people discussing the awkward truths associated with the Islamic religion. This tendency is totally inconsistent with the established customs of freedom and openness that traditionally characterise British society.
The footage also touches on the issue of Muslims apparently making false allegations and using the gullibility of politically correct authorities to intimidate non-Muslims further. Laws such as the Racial and Religious Hatred Act seem to be tools that some in the Muslim community use to intimidate non-Muslims. It also seems that this Act is mainly used in a highly selective way against white people. Since these laws do not seem to be applied evenly they should be repealed as a matter of urgency. After all, the new LibCon Government claims to be opposed to the police state that was built up by the previous Labour administration and as such should dismantle that particular part of it.
If the EDL Dudley ‘Rooftop Two’ can be tazered and locked up for practicing freedom of expression, why are Muslims allowed to deface people’s houses and intimidate them and not be subject to similar treatment. Why are the Muslim perpetrators of the incident mentioned in this video still at liberty and walking the streets? It is not acceptable for the authorities to treat Muslims more favorably than everyone else just because of a perception that Muslim communities may riot or that ‘community cohesion’ may be adversely affected. It seems that the politically correct authorities in the United Kingdom are becoming no different from sharia enforces, the sort of people who send school girls back into burning buildings because they are not properly dressed.