While I think its great to see more and more people becoming educated about the true nature of Islam, and having a greater willingness to look at actions motivated by Islam and scriptural support for those actions etc., I think it’s worth taking a moment to look at what some of those actions are by those who oppose Islam, and more importantly, Islamic manifest destiny.
While it seems clear that the vast vast majority of graffiti on mosque walls have been written by Muslims themselves in order to ‘put on the victim face and then take over’ (common Arabic phrase) or for reasons of internal mosque politics or to demonize opponents of Islam, it is possible that some graffiti, perhaps the ones recently in Paris, are in fact done by non-Muslims trying to make a point.
In the spirit of one of my favorite questions, specifically:
‘If I were to say that I wanted for Islam what Islam wants for me, and if I were to say that I wanted for all Muslims what Muslims want for me, and if I were to say that I want Muslims treated in Western nations the way Muslims treat everyone else when in positions of power, would I be guilty of a hate crime?’
I wonder if graffiti put on mosque walls were nothing more than direct quotes from Koran, would that be a hate crime? That is to say, what if someone was to write on a mosque wall,
“And kill them wherever you find them, and turn them out from where they have turned you out. And Al-Fitnah [disbelief] is worse than killing…” Quran (2:191-193)
And similar verses ad nauseam, would that get the artist a hate crimes charge? Or would it have to be reduced to simple public vandalism? After all, you are just exposing Islamic central dogma where it is spread right? You are not attacking their fetishes and icons but exposing Islamic doctrine outside the very building created to spread it.
To be clear, I am not suggesting anyone do this. I believe it neutralises good people actually willing to do something to fight back against Islamic erosion of individual liberties, and takes them ‘offline’, so to speak, for stupid charges with questionable results when they could be working to educate others about the facts and truths of the effects of Islam on all nations and people throughout history. I am simply musing about how a charge would read if the graffiti was in fact, nothing more than central dogma of Islam where everyone can see it.
Which brings me to Quebec’s tactic of banning all visible religious gear in the public work-space.
In one way I agree with it. No uniform of authority such as police at any level etc. should be contaminated with any symbols of any ideology other than the ones associated with the police force of that territory. The acceptance of the Sikh turban with the RCMP uniform was an absolute disaster and truly the beginning of the end for rational society IMO. No matter what you think of Sikhs and their religion, the idea that their history and ideology should be mixed with the uniform of the federal police force of Canada makes it quite uncomfortable for any other people living in Canada that may have had bad history with Sikhdom.
Imagine if you were Jewish and had the RCMP come to your house with a Hamas or Muslim Brotherhood symbol on his uniform. Or, if you subscribe to the Palestinian-as-victim narrative, how about having an RCMP officer with a star of David armband come to a Palestinian-Canadian house showing his proud Israeli-Canadian heritage? Would that be OK?
So yes, all of Canada should ban religious symbols and force people to make choices like everyone else has to. Like any decision, once a course of action is decided on, this precludes other choices. I don’t see why this is different based on a persons voluntary beliefs. If they are so important that they must broadcast their adherence to these beliefs all day every day then don’t apply of a job that requires a uniform. It really should be that simple.
At the same time I would like to offer a prediction as to how this proposed Quebec law will play out, remembering that this extends past the law enforcement arm of the state to all the aspects that Canada has taken upon itself to make state run institutions, such as hospitals, schools, regulatory agencies and inspectors etc.
Highly skilled Jewish and Sikh and perhaps Hindu practitioners such as doctors and so on will most likely move to Ontario. (You will be most welcome, by the way! Can’t wait to meet you at work! Ontario needs you!) while pretty much no Muslims will leave Quebec. Instead, the first time a Quebec law-enforcement official tries to enforce a no veil law on a Muslim woman, she will text a few friends who will text a few friends and it will look like Paris in the spring. Which is to say riots, police stations burned down and possibly an officer of the law wounded or killed.
Next thing you know, this law will only be enforced against the groups who never meant Quebec or its culture or its laws any harm whatsoever. The few who are left, I mean, and meanwhile, Muslims will have established primacy in Quebec. This is how it seems to be working in Europe now, and I don’t see why Quebec should expect a different result.
The problem with Nazis was not the uniform it was the ideology. The Nazi uniforms made it easy for opponents of the Nazis to know who the enemy was. Opposing the uniform will aid Muslim enemies of a secular or non-sharia compliant Quebec and not even slow them down.
Even so, it’s nice to see a state recognizing that there is at least a problem and trying to do something about it. But I would try and make sure what you do doesn’t fit in with their actual plans for our defeat. I believe the proposed Quebec charter actually does do that.