You see folks, they will tell you themselves. There is no such thing as ‘moderate’ or extreme Islam, there’s just Islam and Muslims, and if you use those Western concepts to describe Islam or Muslims, you’re a bigot, an ‘Islamophobe’. KGS

NOTE: Here’s a vid of Baroness Warsi trying to outgun her bearded brothers who know the Koran far better than she, and egged her on.

Muslim baroness warns the ‘bigots’: Dinner party Islamophobia is rife, says Warsi

The first Muslim woman Cabinet minister will today launch a controversial attack on Britain’s approach to Islam.

Baroness Warsi will caution that Islamophobia is seen as normal and acceptable at dinner parties.

The Tory Party chairman will warn that describing Muslims as ‘moderate’ or ‘extremist’, fosters prejudice against them.

In a speech at the University of Leicester, she will pledge to use her position to wage an ‘ongoing battle against bigotry’.

Lady Warsi will say: ‘It’s not a big leap of imagination to predict where the talk of “moderate” Muslims leads.

‘In the factory, where they’ve just hired a Muslim worker, the boss says to his employees: “Not to worry, he’s only fairly Muslim”.

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UPDATE: Vlad says they should have made anEasy Flan out of her, since she has already half of the ingredients.


  1. The unelected ‘Baroness’ Warsi – aka Cameron’s Manchurian Candidate – appears to be rather perturbed by something called ‘Dinner Party Islamophobia’. This tells us an awful lot about the circles within which she moves and from whence she gathers or assumes the state of public opinion.

    She really should get out a bit more; a visit to any of my local (town and country) pubs and clubs when the clientele know there are no Thought Police present would open her eyes to a whole new perspective, and Islamophobia doesn’t even begin to describe it.

    These people are so angry, they are reaching breaking point with The Religion of Peace and its enablers, and that point grows daily closer. If the fragrant Baroness ever stops to consider the ferocity and brutality with which the French Revolutionaries treated their previous masters she might begin to understand what is heading her way and might just find it wiser to address the real cause of the problem rather than attack those who correctly recognise Islam for what it is.

    Seneca III

  2. Someone should teach her about the kuffarphobia of muslims. When will she address that concern. In fact I am a bit concered about her kuffarphobic comments about a Kuffar employer who hires a muslim. How dare she make such kuffarphobic statements.

  3. Not only is her statement kuffarphobic it is racist. How dare she peddle her racist kuffarphobic nonesense in public.

  4. I just have just done so; now it over to the rest of you. Remember keep it polite and mention her racism and kuffarphobia.

  5. Baroness Warthog. An unelected Cabinet Minister and a Muzzie as well. Those idiot Tories have already held election meetings in Urdu, so why don’t those fools at West Minster just knock the bloody place down and replace it with a Mosque. It will save their Muzzie mates the trouble. What our polticians will do to catch the Muzzie vote is amazing.

  6. arabconqueredpersian
    Are you some sort of nut or can’t you speak English. Or are you just an educated idiot. With a handle like that you must be one or the other.

  7. arabconqueredpersian I love the way you think, I don’t think it is appropriate for a US citizen to contact a British political party about their members but hope a lot of Brits do.

  8. seneca 111
    I like your post even if it does sound a bit high-brow. But as you may know, the British way of government is based on the Feudal System. We have a House of Commons (Elected) and a House of Lords (unelected, privileged). If a Bill is passed by the House of Commons, (Elected) it has then to be passed by the House of Lords, (unelected privileged,) in short the aristocracy. This system, although not truly democratic, has worked over the years. But now we have reached the point where anyone can become an aristocrat and sit in the House of Lords and overrule the the democraticly elected house of commons just by knowing the right people and pressing the right buttons. This is done by creating Peerages and giving titles like “Sir” and “Baroness”. These titles are not true aristocrat titles as they are not inherited. But they suffice enough to get in to the House of lords and undermine democracy. Boroness Wartsi is a Muslim and Muslims do not believe in democracy. The Muslim goal is to rid the world of democracy and replace it with the brutal dictatorship of Islam. In this quest for world domination there are no rules. Islamic law only applies within Islam. For the furtherence of Islam there are no rules. It’s all written down in that horror of horrors, the Koran. We have a government here in the U.K. which is totally oblivious of this fact, and so are the electorate. And so is the rest of the world. But some are beginning to get wise when it’s too late. Some of us who are aware see Baroness Warsi as a Trojan Horse. If you think that this is all far fetched, then I suggest that you take a closer look at the Koran. Just don’t get taken in by it.

  9. All one ever needs to know when confronting the debased ideology of the mohammedans is the nuanced difference between Lucifer and Satan. Hint: The koran is wholly demonick. Live for two years in Asia and I’ll guarantee one will encounter the many battered and bruised women and men fleeing Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and beyond (like I did). The line that still haunts my memory came from a Malaysian hostess in a club: “I’d rather be a hostess (prostitute) in Japan than a muslim wife in Malaysia.” Then, she showed me her hand which had a “stump” where one of her fingers used to be. Her husband in Malaysia had cut it off after she did not have dinner ready. Oh, and I am a female. So, she was trying to warn me against dating or becoming romantically involved with men of the mohammedan faith (not that I needed it–I already know better).

  10. I am not sure who came up with the idea of a life peer but suspect it was a leftist working to do further damage to a Western nation. I do know that the Brits use to be unique, they were the only nation to figure out a way to provide freedom for their citizens and still maintain a working aristocracy. I think that future political scientists will marvel about how well this worked up to the point where some of the Peers joined in with the left to destroy western civilization.

  11. I have no faith in, or reason to be impressed by, the “House of Lords” in England. I mean, look at the example of Lord Archer… convicted and jailed for lying to a Court – and he is still in the House of Lords…. as far as I am concerned it’s the old schoolboy network and money… if you’re rich enough to contribute a huge sum to the current governing party in the UK then you will have your wish granted and be able to call yourself “Lord Whatever, or Baron Whatever, or Baroness Whatever”.

    Some tidbits about Baroness Warsi:
    – Her father, Safdar Hussain, (emigrated from Bewal, Gujar Khan, Pakistan) operates a bed manufacturing company, which earns £2 million a year, after starting life as a mill worker. [I wonder where she got the money to give to the Conservative Party for her Baronetcy?? Remember these dots – Pakistan, dot one; rich father, dot two.]
    – Baroness Warsi was born in Dewsbury, West Riding of Yorkshire. After qualifying as a solicitor, she worked for John Whitfield – the last Conservative Member of Parliament for Dewsbury – at Whitfield Hallam Goodall Solicitors. John Whitfield was elected Member of Parliament for the normally Labour seat of Dewsbury. [Are you beginning to connect the dots? Dewsbury, rich father, John Whitfield MP for Dewsbury – lo and behold, a Baronetcy pops out of the bag. The old schoolboy network again – with lovely pocket-stuffing.]
    – In its December 2006 edition, the New Statesman revealed that Warsi received support for her general election campaign from Lord Ahmed, a Labour peer. Baron Nazir Ahmed was born in a Jat family of Mirpur (Azad Kashmir, Pakistan). Ahmed was a member of the Labour Party, until he was expelled from it on 25 February 2009, after receiving a custodial sentence for dangerous driving. He is still in the House of Lords. On the 11th of February Melanie Phillips (columnist) claimed that Lord Ahmed had threatened to “bring a force of 10,000 Muslims to lay siege to the Lords if the campaigning anti-Islamist Dutch MP Geert Wilders was allowed to speak” at a broadcast of the film “Fitna”. [More dots to connect – Pakistan, money, friends of friends, the right connections – and Voila! a Baroness is born.]

    I have absolutely no faith left in British politicians (MPs) or members of the House of Lords… they are all a bunch of liars, thieves, manipulators, and money grabbers feeding at the pig trough of the UK taxpayers.
    And, after doing a bit of research on Warsi, I ask why should we, or anyone, pay any attention to the gibberish that this woman spouts from her lying mouth?… it’s just typical islam Taqqiyah – best to be ignored.

  12. Richard
    There is nothing new about created life peerages. It’s just a way of getting round the inherited power system. The House of Lords is the Archilles’ Heel of British politics whereby unelected people with inherited titles can overrule a democraticly elected parliament. This is an out-dated system that strongly needs reform. But it is also a system that is wide open to exploitation by people who have got more than the interests of this country in mind. In theory, if enough life peerages were created, then the democraticly elected parliament could be overruled altogether. At the moment we have the leaders of Islam who make no bones about their bid for for world domination and the destruction of democracy. What our stupid Tory party has done is put a Muslim in the House of Lords. One foot in the door. Only the British politicians at West Minster could be stupid enough to do such do such a thing. These are the very same people who accuse us of being “Islamaphobic”. Is there any wonder when we have idiots like these in power who seem to be blind of the country’s dangers.

  13. Mind you, at the end of the thread I am still fascinated by the phrase ‘Dinner Party Islamophobia’. If the chattering classes are starting to get even a little bit edgy over their guacamole, cuscus and Halal coq au vin then that can’t be a bad thing. Every little bit helps as they say.

  14. Warsi may be a genuine Islamophobe i.e., she dislikes “radical” Islam. Regardless, she and apologists of Islam such Irsi Ali and Ramadan, beguile the public till the day arrives that the Muslim population is large enough to seize power via the ballot box. They are practising Taqqiya.

    Let us consider the hypothetical situation that ALL Muslims at present living in the West, accepted the call to clean up their communities of extremism, and became as moderate as we would like. They even went further and made the changes in their teachings of the Koran and the jihad. Such an outcome would no doubt come as a relief to many on this site, the government, the MSM, and elsewhere. But I counter, that all such changes were being done merely to protect the ummah while it grows at ever-increasing pace in the West. Once a near majority is achieved, that future generation of Muslims will simply revoke any changes, and return to the traditions of the unchanging and unchangeable Koran i.e., the canonical texts of Islam that cannot be changed, but only protected when under duress. That future generation of Muslims in the UK and the USA will even praise this generation of Muslims for having done what was necessary to protect Islam

    Islamic ideologues take the long view – in several decades or centuries, or more. It is only right that we as well consider options keeping in mind Islam’s long-term goals.

    Islamisation of the West is a one-time deal. There is no turning back without a very nasty civil war.

  15. George of the jungle.
    A nice piece of research youv’e done there, and as you say she is a Muslim and also an educated one. I can never make my mind as to which is worse, an educated Muslim or a dim-wit Muslum. But one thing is certain, and that is that they all have built in Taqqiyah, and because of this we must never believe a word they say. But I can’t agree when you advise people to ignore them. On the contrary, we need to educate people about the likes of Warsi and the evil death cult of Islam and it’s followers. We ignore Islam at our peril. That’s why people like her keep throwing around accusations of “Islamaphobia”, just to throw people off the scent of Islamic intensions. They also try to decieve people that it’s all about racism. We know that Islam is nothing to race as it covers many races including whites. They will do anything to conceal the truth about Islam. They’re very good at that, as lying to the Kufir is all part part of Islam. If the accusation of Islamaphobia is aimed at people like me, then yes, I am an Islamaphobic, and there are a lot more and increasing. Keep digging the dirt on these people, every little helps.

  16. I haven’t been following British politics for a while but the last time I was the number of inherited peers that could vote was limited and the life peers that could vote were chosen by the Prime Minister. This was back early this century and don’t know how long it lasted, but it was a way of making the House of Lords a rubber stamp for the House of Commons. One party rule and one house legislatures are very dangerous.

    Yes the current crop of British conservatives seem to be as liberal as the liberal party.

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