About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

8 Replies to “Robert Spencer and Michael Coren on islamic hostility towards everyone in the UK”

  1. “Disastrous immigration policies” — a phrase still too rarely heard regarding the Muslim problem.

  2. http://exposingislam.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/council-offered-child-rape-victim-urdu.html

    One victim of the paedo pimps was offered Urdu lessons by the Local Authorities on the utterly fatuous grounds that such would “enable her to engage in education”. Does that mean anything at all? Maths tuition, computer studies, geography lessons would have enabled her to engage in education. A typical Left tactic – a response that is actually a non sequiteur of such dimensions that any opposition is stunned into silence. How do you argue against a non sequiteur without being red herringed into quite another argument?

    If the Authorities meant anything, it was that Urdu lessons might make her more compliant and helpful to her Muslim owners in the future.

  3. They are like hyenas! I am increasingly starting to view them as demons unleashed by satan. We are under attack from hell its self!

  4. It is getting harder to not see this in apocalyptic and Judeo-Christian symbolic terms isn’t it? Even atheists I would imagine could understand the archetypal symbolism of the current struggle or at least I would hope they do.

  5. I hate to sound defeatist, but it is 40 years too late. When the Ayatollah Khomeini issued a death threat against Salman Rushdie and the Tory government did nothing and when the Saudis forced the destruction of all copies of ‘Death of a Princess’ , I knew the game was up. We are doomed to a massive war with Islam sooner or later , on the streets of Europe.

  6. Link e.g. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_a_Princess
    The 15-minute film of the public execution by Moslems of Saudi Arabian Princess Masha’il in 1980 for adultery is available on line – Google it. To mollify the king of Saudi Arabia for the Saudis’ anger over the film the British and American governments, and ITV which aired the film, all but crawled on their bellies. A spoof report in “Not the Nine O’Clock News” announced that Britain had in apology offered the Saudi Royal Family the hand of Princess Anne. “It was sent packed in ice”, they added.

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