About Eeyore

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

12 Replies to “Lord Pearson speaks on Islamophobia (Must watch)”

  1. These are the same ‘noble’ idiots who have tried to block Brexit. They have so much wool over their eyes it has sent their brains to sleep.

  2. Is this the second English Reformation: From Church and State to Church and Mosque?
    Defenders of the Faith? – Shame, Shame, Shame… which Faith?

    The English Reformation
    “Henry VIII & Early Anglicanism”
    By Ryan Reeves – Published on May 22, 2015
    + Comments by Rev. J. Roger Allen and Ryan Reeves’ replies.

    Fidei Defensor – Defender of the faith

  3. England bloody England … is coming. There no other calculation other than for the British to completely surrender their will to Muhammadism, which their elites surely want them to do.

    Islamophobia is the enemies words and to use it against our own is treason, plain and simple.

  4. Baroness Warsi sure is a piece of work. The entire
    parliamentary proceeding seemed a waste of time.
    It is not serving England, it’s serving Muslims.
    The hour is getting late

    • t is getting late, the question is how late? Will the ordinary Brits rebel and save Britain or will the rest of the Anglosphere have to invade and liberate Britain? That is the question that I don’t have an answer to.

    • It is not serving England, it’s serving Muslims.

      The hour is getting late.”

      Too right, bob evers!

      Please pardon my all too stereotypical Yank brutality but—England’s (not-too-finest) “hour” passed some few seconds right after it ceased to understand how, “Never Have So Many Owed So Much To So Few”.

      Another “optional” British patriot—other than whatever few repulsively, racist, bigoted, Islamophobic, and, curiously, ultra-talented-orators (unlike any others in nearly all of English-speaking, human history – aside from Shakespeare), and, furthermore, leaders of Winne’s (or Tommy Robinson’s) unobtainable emergency-order caliber, would have the least hint of being able to cough up Command on Demand™. (You saw it here here first!)

      For “Curiosity’s Sake”: According to legend, the most famous Photo-Portrait in almost all of human history entails this intriguing narrative:

      It was one of the most famous portraits ever made. Some say it is the most reproduced image in history. It was on the cover of LIFE magazine when WWII ended. The photo was taken by one of the most famous portrait photographers, Yousef Karsh–known as Karsh of Ottawa–on 30 December, 1941, after Churchill gave a speech to Canadian House of Commons in Ottawa. [On the 60th anniversary of that famous speech, Canada honored Karsh and Churchill with a commemorative stamp featuring above photo.]

      Karsh was hired by the Canadian government to do this portrait and knew he would have very little time to make the picture. He began by researching Churchill, taking notes on all of the prime minister’s habits, quirks, attitudes and tendencies. When he finally got Churchill seated in the chair, with lights blazing, Churchill snapped “You have two minutes. And that’s it, two minutes.” The truth was that Churchill was angry that he had not been told he was to be photographed; he lit a fresh cigar and puffed mischievously.

      Karsh asked Churchill to remove the cigar in his mouth, but Churchill refused. Karsh walked up to Churchill supposedly to get a light level and casually pulled the signature cigar from the lips of Churchill and walked back toward his camera. As he walked he clicked his camera remote, capturing the ‘determined’ look on Churchill’s face, which was in fact a reflection of his indignantcy. Karsh recounted: “I stepped toward him and without premeditation, but ever so respectfully, I said, ‘Forgive me, Sir’ and plucked the cigar out of his mouth. By the time I got back to my camera, he looked so belligerent he could have devoured me. It was at that instant I took the photograph. The silence was deafening. Then Mr Churchill, smiling benignly, said, ‘You may take another one.’ He walked toward me, shook my hand and said, ‘You can even make a roaring lion stand still to be photographed.”

      Literally, the photographer snatched the hallmark cigar from Winnie’s lips mere seconds before (remotely) snapping the famous image in the midst of Churchill’s barely suppressed outrage at having his ever-present stogie wrenched from slavering, nicotine addicted jaws and all that…

      Much like how Ansel Adams would travel out on a day’s imaging sojourn with a single photographic plate (in order to teach himself to gather that day’s best image), so was it crucially important that Yousef Karsh managed to catch Churchill in a slightly off-guard moment.

      Rarely has history been so fortunate. Much less all of us plebes.

      Finally, Sharia “law” received preferential treatment from Honorable and Goodly Brits.

      That’ll teach ’em! Fecking idiots.

    • England is screwed.

      You unfortunately omitted the various, “BLUED and TATTOOED” suffixes…

      Warmest personal regards,


        • … is it so far down the Brits can’t rescue themselves?

          Yours, Richard, is one of of the most crucial questions imaginable.

          Even Sweden isn’t so important because they aren’t a majority English-speaking society. Thank you anyway, eh? Moreover, Britain and (fellow NATO member) France have nuclear weapons that MUST BE CONFISCATED before these camel-loving goat-humpers get anywhere near the Big Red Button™.

          If these farking Soccer yobs cannot rescue themselves from the türd enriched infested catbox they’ve parked in every corner of whatever loo they ever hope to own, then they’ve got a problem that’s going to need more than just a little bit of “un-enriching!”


          (I’m sure that you do!)

  5. “Must watch”? Hardly……nothing new here what-so-ever. Britain, as is much of Europe, is doomed.
    After all, they ARE the country that gave us Neville Chamberlain.

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