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Withdrawl – closer than ever before

At what point should one withdraw from a decaying world? Islamically, when society appears on the point of collapse or beyond rescue, one is advised to detach/flee from that society .

I have fulfilled some of my responsibility by speaking out against what I believe are (some of) the GREAT EVILS of this world. I had the aim that of showing this to others and encouraging them to do so similarly against this grand tyranny.

But lets take a reality check here: The sheeple are NOT waking up (in anywhere near enough quantities). The masses are going along with the slide into despotism, and I suspect they are doing so with various levels of deliberate decision making.

Those who can and have seen the evil core of society spreading and infecting just about anything it can are massively ineffectual (yes, including me).

I think it may be time to stop shouting and time to withdraw. I must have spent years of my life reading and researching. Sadly I have almost nothing to show from it, other than an inner satisfaction that I have not succumbed to that evils and its withering touch (or so I believe!). I think a lot of my use of ‘life force’ has not been fruitful.

I am increasingly of the mindset that its just about time to ‘call time’, and begin to prepare seriously for the collapse, but I suspect any such preparation other than relocation to the isolated countryside to live a detached simple life, relatively free of technology, would be doomed.

That is surely what should occupy my time now.

Islam and monotheism has all but gone, and some miserable deceptive imitation has been hoisted up in its place. I simply can’t see any way to bring back the kind of God fearing (fear of the unquestionably justice that we will one day have to account for) and God loving based society that we need and offers salvation.

I’m not a Christian in the commonly understood sense of the word, but there is something in the concept of humans; may I call it: perpetual sin, which does indeed show the need for man to have an absolver and guiding ‘father’ figure.

I think it’s time to be a bit more “selfish” and prepare.

Question is…. am I able to?

Women and Islam

I came across this:

First of all I am surprised the BBZ broadcasted this. Perhaps they felt forced to give a morsel against the countless hours of pro-Zionism propaganda they stream out. Anyway, the short clip was quite interesting.

Often on western media, coincidence strikes with great regularity when speakers with ‘Islamic connections’ talk about it in a negative light (e.g. Tarek Fatah, Asra Nomani, Irshad Manji, Hirsi Ali), usually offering ‘media portrayals of Muslims’ or the bad non-Islamic acts of Muslims as ‘evidence’.

Here, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown (YAB) seems to take on the part, but the refreshing thing is to see Kristiane Backer actually talk FIRST HAND (and not via third party – a la YAB – who is supposedly relaying some very peculiar things people have said to her in their written communications to her) about the inner peace that Islam has brought, i.e. talking about it in a positive sense.

It’s amusing to see the female journo ask Kristiane that surely “she [KB] misses some of the freedoms” showing she is utterly clueless as to what Islam is or means to people.

YAB totally miss the point, quelle surprize, e.g. apparently believing women only come to Islam because they want rules. e.g. she focuses on women asking about LOLing and clapping after a show. I would say these women are asking this question because they have accepted Islam and THEREFORE they want to follow (if any) the correct way, or best way of behaving. YAB is making it appear that women just want rules and THEREFORE came to Islam for that. YAB’s view suggests a dead or certainly soundly sleeping heart. She also is portraying women who embrace Islam simply because of some temporary feeling. Dear oh dear. Kristiane Backer does very well to correct YAB’s incorrect portrayal of it as being an ‘escape’. Islam OFFERS the escape once Islam is accepted. A-B is getting the order of it wrong. Backer does look at it from a heart prospective but YAB from a negative ‘strictness’ regime. I find it extremely hard to believe an actual Muslim convert would soon after his conversion trumpeting, as YAB cast it, about chastising his wife.

Also, YAB opens up another flank raising the yet another negativism about the Hijab and make-up, when nobody had made any mention of it thus far.

In short, we have a demonstration of someone who seems to genuinely love Islam and someone who we actually puts Islam in a bad light. The latter was expected, the former welcomed.

Actually Revery is a better word than convert as we are Muslims before we are born. ‘Convrts’ are just getting back to their roots.

P.S. I think Gita Sahgal (the atheist from a Hindu background) is another Irshad Manji type. In just a few seconds she goes from talking about Muslim coverts to Islam and then to repression then to repression of women and then to the Taliban in just 20 seconds!!!! PHEW! She honestly believes there is a link to converts and those falling into the clutches of the Taliban. Dear Lord! Incredible and what rally takes the cake is she attributes most of the civilian casualties in Afghanistan to the Taliban.

Bet her chances of future western media appearance paint a bright and rosy financial future.

Dear oh dear.

Jesus / Isa – alahi salam

On occasions, I feel Muslims ‘lose’ something when it comes to religion. I am speaking about the second last prophet Jesus or Isa (E-sa) peace be upon him.

Muslims believe that Christianity, as we know it today, and its history, has suffered a corruption of Jesus’ (pbuh) message. They believe this is one reason why the had the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) whose recitation of Divine revelation is encoded in the Qur’an, whose message today is the same as what it was almost 1400 years ago, and is protected so by God.

Why ‘bother’ with what is said of Jesus (pbuh) then when a particular issue may contain distortiortions and errors?

Indeed, I was never able to really understand why what I’ve always thought were Christians discussing the New Testament, identified the books of the apostles as having been written some 50,60,70,80,90 or so years after the ‘death’ of Jesus (pbuh) yet they never seemed concerned with that to me seemed like that very time sequence suggesting that in there weren’t actually written by the apostles. I can’t understand how an apostle who was x+50, x+60, x+70… years old (where x=their age while at the last day of of Jesus) could himself have written it, or even if he did write it, how could such writings be accurate. I know this issue isn’t ‘new’ and OK, the Grace of God could have made these things happen, but I don’t think there is any evidence or indeed, any claim that that is indeed the case. For some time now, I’ve held the assumption that the books of the apostles were ‘ghost’ written on behalf  of the words/techings of the apostles, but again, I’ve never seen any claim of this by the Church.

In addition to the above oddities, that the Church – a still generally beneficial force in society, despite various corruptions – then allowed usury,causing Christians to thereafter adopt, is something unless I am mistaken, which Jesus (pbuh) abhored [Note: Some Muslims also practice usury, is a part of which is in something they call Riba, a sin of such seriousness that it invites Gods War against you]. The acceptance/normalisation of usury struck a severe blow to Christianity from which it argueably has never recovered, and doubtless, has aided the huge fall from grace as a faith in the eyes of some Muslims.

And in recent times we the Judeo-Christian allaince when for millenia, generally Christians viewed Jews in similiar, yet milder way, from how Jews viewed Christains.

All of which have contributed to Muslims distancing themselves from the Christian faith.

In recent years, I have come across people who call themselves Christians but don’t seem to cede to the Church, instead, believing in Christianity according to their own analysis and understanding, and of the significance of Jesus. [These people could always have existed, perhaps it’s just my age, exposure and social cirles that is makeing them more visible to me]. Personally, what they are doing appeals to me [As it is increasingly doing so in the disorganised ‘organised religion stricture’ of Islam. I think these Christians are able to ‘see’ some fictions propagates by the Church. However, they still seem likely to adopt other distortions about Jesus – like some indulging the usurers [Muslims too remember!] and not following Jewish custom e.g. Sabbath, circumcision, eating Kosher and so on. But I don’t think in this say any age that anyone is pure – that goes for Muslims too.

My general opinion of Muslims is that they tend to take on a facile view of Christianity and don’t see those ‘independent’  Christians mentioned just above, and from my experience of these people, they are very amicable and  have significant overlap with Muslim perspectives and teachings [Not really surprisin]. Thin thoughts of Muslims about their Christian counterparts – most significantly in Muslim dominated populations – unnecessarily widens the gap between them, and that’s a shame.

A similar thing – primarily form distortions embedded in their religions – exists with (real) Jewish-Christian and Jewish-Muslim relations, but I’d say the philosophical gap between Jews and Christians as well as Jews and Muslims is greater than that of Christians and Muslims.

Jesus (pbuh) does appear in the Qur’an and in the saying of the last Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Despite the possible explanations as to why above, it’s a pity and wonder why Muslims gove so little attention to Jesus’ story (pbuh), but other Prophets like Ismail (so called ‘Father of the Arabs’) and Moses and Abraham are given more (IMO) significance.

I get the feeling that this may be because: If an increase in discussions by Muslims of Jesus (pbuh) were to take place, it would be percieved as “being Christian”. To me, that’s a real shame, especially when one thinks about Jesus (pbuh) and his influence on the world today [I can’t here reference Paul / Saul of Tarsus, regarded as being the one to ‘establish/grow’ the religion of Christianity, being beyond the scope of this post]. After (possibly) Muhammad, the next most Influential man influencing the world today is Jesus (peace and blessings be to both of them), yet Muslims largely ‘whitewash’ him.

Frankly, it’s hard to accept the Church’s distortions and corruptions are a good enough reason for any ‘whitewashing’ of Jesus, and actually I don’t think Muslims have ever spent much thought at all as to how to weigh-up/assess Jesus’s role in their lives. That the religion of Islam was deemed to be completed very shortly before the death of Muhammad (saw) seems to make some think that Islam is all the need at the cost of looking for overlap with their Christian brothers.

To me, the influence of Jesus across the world (even when one factors in a corrupt Church) is testament that what this man did and said is of the most extraordinary power and significance. It’s amazing that the corruptions and distortions piled upon Jesus are incapable of destroying the way he is revered, and I don’t think he is revered because of those distortions.

Jesus performed miracles. As far as I know, Muhammad (saw) didn’t – although he did go on a miraculous journey – Al-Isra and Al-Miraj. I think Jesus was able to perform miracles so that people had no excuse not to fast-track themselves to belief in God, perhaps a sign that Jesus’ task was much more of a challenge than what Muhammad (saw) faced [It must be noted that Muhammad (saw) did have a very rough time himself in his duty as a Prophet; It wasn’t easy by any means]. The miracle worker was clearly special and should be listened to.

Why is it said that Allah(SWT) commands that the Muslims do not make judgements as to the fate of the people of the book? Some, in an attempt to shy away from this, many ask ‘which book?’ to which I propose, the bible at the time of Muhammads Divine revelations had not changed significantly from that time onwards. It makes more sense to think God was referring to the Divine scriptures, the ‘books’, at the time of revelation onwards which I’d say, works its way down to the Christians and Indeed Jews of  today. It also seems straightforward to think it’s the uncorrupted elements of those scriptures which still maintain a tie of Christians and Jews to God. Yet, some Muslims seem ‘quite edgy’ about all this.

When Muslims were being persecuted, the Prophet Muhammad (saw) sent some Muslims into Christian lands (Abyssinia) for refuge. They were protected. Isn’t this simple aspect of the history of Islam in itself a strong indication of the natural affinity of Christians and Muslims [And that Jews were given refuge in Muslim Arab lands also indicative of something?]

As I begin to end this post, hopefully my Muslim readers will not succumb to such instant dismissal from what’s said above and will consider these questions:-

1) Why is it Jesus/Isa (peace be upon him) that will return to ultimately re-establish mans solid relationship to God in the hearts of ALL mankind?

2) Why is it said that Muhammad (saw) is calimed to have said that of all the prophets, Jesus had a special place in the Prophets heart ? (I’m paraphrasing)

3) Aren’t many Muslims themselves already following distortions/corrutions in disorganised Islam? – Remember about the ‘sects’ within Isla, yet on the whole, we don’ really reject other Muslims, so why (when it happens) do we reject Christians?

4) Even some atheists brought up in Christian environments, and hence take some ‘Christian stuff’ on board, can be a fine example of a free and moral upstanding people. For some reason, Rodney Shakespeare comes to mind.

5) When Jesus (pbuh) dies, who will be be buried next to?

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To some Muslims, they will instigate a mind-block about what is written here. They will dismiss it, believing it may ‘rock their Islamic’ faith, when actually I am trying to show them on the contrary, their faith can be strengthened. They may think it’s an attempt to ‘convert them the Christianity’. It most certainly isn’t, and if you thought as much, I suspect you ave a significant flaw in your understanding of Islam [I don’t pretend amateur ‘Muslim me’ is immune].

I believe that what I have written here is important and should be thought about and if what I say is wrong, then only by undertaking honest and thoughtful analysis of what I say will show that to be wrong.

The signs of Allah,

Signs of Allah.

Today, driving West on Malaysia’s best road surface – the federal highway – I saw heavy rain in the far distance. That great continuous sheet originating from the dark grey clouds stretching to the ground – whilst I was bathed in warm sunshine – triggered me off in pondering about how amazing rain is;  that rain which is “practically guaranteed” to fall on land to enable life to grow so that we may eat and thrive; the rains WILL come.

Past thoughts soon resurged in my mind as I was struck at the awesomeness at the workings of the natural world. I also thought how unfortunate are those that never see the beauty of the natural world or science, and those even more unfortunate people who believe such things are purely by accident.

As a youngster treading a small path of wondering just what was the truth about life, I came across discussions on science in the Qur’an. One discussion was on embryology and how in the Qur’an features of embryology were mentioned. One such feature was that of almudghata which was helpfully translated to a ‘chewed lump’.

In the literature I saw, (I think the one below is the one)

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http://www.abbas.dircon.co.uk/Embryo.html

there was a picture of an embryo placed beside some substance which was labelled as ‘chewed lump’ and they looked pretty much the same.

To be honest, I wasn’t impressed. It occurred to me that the thing that was chewed was chewed in such a fashion so that it would look like the embryo.

Anyway along the journey I concluded I had seen the ultimate truth and that was when I was reading the Qur’an about how prophet Jesus (as) or Isa as he’s known to Muslims was taken away from the eyes men. I became scared. Scared that I might die before I would have the opportunity to declare my Shahada in front of witnesses. Getting to the mosque was a nervous affair watching all the traffic for any potential accident that would deny me my goal of uttering ‘Laa illah ha illAllah, Muhammadar rasoolul la.” (Which by the way, I said because nobody tried to help me say it correctly – which was strange).

For years, I still never felt satisfied with the ‘chewed lump’ thing, even though I was now trying to be a Muslim. But one day I was eating a chewy sweet. My head was tilting down for some reason and while I was chewing it my mouth must have opened and the sweet fell out. I was stunned at what I saw. Immediately the shape of the chewy sweet that fell from my mouth made me recall the images of the embryo and the chewed lump that I had seen many years before. In my mind, all three looked exactly the same and of course, I had not put any effort into consciously shaping the sweet in that way. subhanAllah. Had this happened by accident? Surely not. Surely this was the All Mighty giving me peace of mind about some nagging feeling I had held for a long time. Surely this was a sign from God.

To some, like the rain, this event is “trivial, stupid and laughable even, a tiny ‘meaningless’ spec of dust of an event causing me to have such feelings. There is no sign from God. It’s was all an accident. To believe that my heart soothed with Grace of Allah from this/these experiences is the height of folly.” I can appreciate those thoughts as before I became a Muslim, I believed that rational science dispelled God. There was NO way hearing such a tale would make me believe in the traditional accounts of God. I would have said of people for whom good things had just happened (remembering good things happen to non-believers as well as believers!) that believers were simply attributing the good things as an act of God with no basis (or perhaps thought about it) whatsoever. But having become a believer (of the Muslim variety) I somehow now, had/have what I regard as an “insiders view” as to the things that I see happening around me (including, but less easily, the bad things too) without particularly having to ‘force’ myself to think of the God dimension to it; but of course the God dimension quickly comes along anyway.

Today at the museum I say two old Qur’ans. The script was beautiful. I imagined the person who hundreds of years ago wrote this whole Qur’an. Carefully writing out each letter and sound markers [The Qur’an is a protected communication from God All Mighty to Muhammad (saw) through the angel Gabriel]. I thought that the author could never ever have imagined that his efforts would be displayed in the Malaysia’s national museum hundreds of years later. At first thought, you might, as I did, think the author did imagine such a travelling point for that Qur’an, that such a though may have caused the scriber to smile and be happy, but I then began thinking the author would not actually be happy at the fact it was stuck in a glass box with people unable to turn its Unique and Majestical message. I also felt a bit down when I started thinking that nowadays most of this script is just printed from computers and that almost nobody is likely ever again to scribe the words of Allah by hand in such a beautiful fashion. I thought this way because the handwriting appeared to the same as the computer generated script – itself an amazing aspect relating to those who scribr the Qur’an.

So as the rain today reminded me, I feel ‘sad’ (not the right word perhaps but I cant think of a better one right now) that some people will never understand this and some people will never ‘find’ God. May He breathe God consciousness into your soul dear reader and may he do it soon, so that you too will experience these tremendous feelings and get close to Him. Amin.

Darling Dave lets his hate rip – in disguise

Darling Dave lets his hate rip.

“Multiculturalism has failed” because the British prime minister, past cocaine snorter, David Cameron hath spoken.

Herr Merkel of Germany said something similar a few months ago too, which sparked a slightly more logicalflaw-spotting-type-reply from me than this more angry one.

Have C&M undertaken painstaking sociological research over the years, interviewing hundreds of different people from a diverse set of cultural and religious backgrounds, studying and pondering over the sea of factors involved in mixed societies, experiencing life amongst highly diverse people’s proud of their culture, customs and faith? Have they met with sociologists the world over and read reports detailing (or even summarising) an accurate global consensus?

No.

Of course not.

They’re just talking utter bollocks – the rule rather than the exception.

One may argue, reasonably, that one doesn’t have to be a recognised expert in a field to know something about it, or hold accurate knowledge about it, so can we give this grace to cokey Cameron and herr Merkel?

Once more, No..

Why? Because these Pepe le Pew’s don’t define what being ‘British’ or ‘German’ means, although one suspects it could well allude to something like the following:

  • Getting drunk, pissing and vomiting on the streets and somewhere along the way trying to screw some poor girl – the one that just finished brushing your vomit of her clothes five minutes ago – the same girl that for some reason doesn’t fall for your mating ritual involving putting a traffic cone on your head.
  • Not washing your ass or urinary parts after you go to the toilet.
  • Binning your unborn baby because it will make you look fat or slow down your career. Cokey Dave’s reference to liberalism don’t you know.
  • Feeling some pride at military parades in amongst them lurk some psychopaths that have done to humans what you could never have imagined in your worst nightmares.
  • Voting without shame for proven liars and mass murderers in a parliament that has participated in some of the greatest killing sprees in the history of man.
  • Believing that there is something ‘good’ or ‘special’ about being British because of repeated propaganda telling you so.
  • Not being able to speak out / stop people having sex in public in something called ‘Dogging’
  • Have some saggy hag bagpuss think she has some claim over you thinking you are her subject.

<i><b>Tip:</b> don’t be a tit and send in a list of the failings of others, thanks.</i>

So why is the rolled-up-bullseye-one so ambiguous about it? Because it’s not multiculturalism that he’s attacking, it’s Islam. The little plop doesn’t even try and think of a new disguise for his attack, or have the balls to be honest about his xenophobia.

I am a British citizen and I’m pretty certain I don’t conform to what jumped up little jerk like Cameron tries to pimp what being British is, which remember, he doesn’t define it, so I can only guess, but whatever the little pratt’s idea is about what being British must entail, it has absolutely no right to have any power over me.

I’ve come to the conclusion that nationalism is a farce – nay, worse than that, it’s a ploy along the lines of divide and rule. Stuff your phoney idea of nations and marketing spin as to what any national identity must involve. Stick the union jack where the sun don’t shine Dave. Now that’s real liberalism Dave, not your phoney dictate-as-liberalism.

Not only am I a (an ashamedly) British citizen, but I’m a Muslim too. I reject the UK’s perverse laws that consistently fail to be upheld against the biggest criminals in the society. I spy with my little eye false-flags that killed probably 56 people in London on 7-7. I know well your Imperialist history and neo-imperial contemporary history. I know your lies about Iraq, Iran, the Palestinians and Israyhell ad nauseaum. Your ‘hero’ Churchill used chemical weapons on Arab villiagers and firebombed cities of families in Germany.

I want Shariah law. As a British citizen I, and every other British citizen who wants it, have a perfect right to want it and have it. Under it, hopefully you and the thoroughly rotten establishment you preside over will get your just rewards for your monumental crimes. All the other Muslims, white, brown, black or whatever living in Britain have the right to demand that too, and pursue it, and when we become a majority voice in the country you and your EDL/BBD fan clubs should shut-up about it. Liberal Democracy you see Dave ;) But of course what you mean by liberal democracy isn’t liberal democracy, which like being British, you avoid defining.

Until that day, the Muslims of the UK will follow the way of life God prescribed for them but will likely respect the way the UK is administered, however they by no means should stand quiet in the face of evil as witnessed by your foreign crusades.

There is not the slightest bit scared about Britain’s past that must be preserved. It’s past sucks and it’s bulk is akin to an encyclopaedia of war. Britain’s with a Muslim mindset at it’s helm offers real and better direction. {Tip: Avoid a second chance for titdom status by pointing the shambles of Islamic (so called) ‘leadership’ overseas as representative of what I’m saying here}

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Here’s a rip from the Brit govt’s propaganda bureau.

5 February 2011 Last updated at 06:54 GMT 

State multiculturalism has failed, says David Cameron

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The prime minister will criticise “state multiculturalism” in his first speech on radicalisation and the causes of terrorism since being elected.

Addressing a security conference in Germany, David Cameron will argue the UK needs a stronger national identity to prevent people turning to extremism.

Different cultures are encouraged to live apart, and objectionable views met with “passive tolerance”, he will say.

He will also signal a tougher stance on groups promoting Islamist extremism.

You see? it’s bloody obvious that Druggy Dave’s attack is about Islam, not multiculturalism. After just a few measly sentence length paragraphs, ISLAM becomes the focus. No mention of Orthodox Jews who retain their Kosher foods, clothing, ways, and close community [not that there should be]. No mention about Hindu’s whose caste system is still practices even among Christian Indians because Dave and Merkels issue is with Islam, period!

Mr Cameron is to suggest there will be greater scrutiny of some Muslim groups that get public money but do little to tackle extremism.

Reality is of course much different from what this little fart is going to drool out. You’d be hard pressed to positively identify much Muslims-within-britain-extremism at all – p.s. government crystal ball show trials on what people thought or might have done in the future don’t count. ! Neither will I cout the extremism that lurks on the halls of Westminster palace and the darkened glass buildings of the City. No group has any obligation to tackle what the GOVERNMENT defines as extremism (does anyone really believe the governmnet will be unbiased in this??), which I believe is classified as anything resembling resistance to the UK government penchant for killing, something permeating the armed forces and the dirty cops marauding in the streets of Britain.

Ministers should refuse to share platforms or engage with such groups, which should be denied access to public funds and barred from spreading their message in universities and prisons, he will argue.

Cameron is going to encourage some establishment whore to declare at their own (guided) discretion, whose ‘message’ can be heard and whose can’t. It’s pretty clear to see that if any group speaks the hard truth but it isn’t to the Governments or Israyhells favour, then one expects an attempt to shut it up.

“Frankly, we need a lot less of the passive tolerance of recent years and much more active, muscular liberalism,” the prime minister will say.

What??

“Let’s properly judge these organisations: Do they believe in universal human rights – including for women and people of other faiths? Do they believe in equality of all before the law? Do they believe in democracy and the right of people to elect their own government? Do they encourage integration or separatism?

These organisations read: Islamic organisations and ABSOLUTELY NOT JEWISH ORGANISATIONS THAT OPENLY FUND AND SUPPORT ISRAYHELLI TERRORISM

“These are the sorts of questions we need to ask. Fail these tests and the presumption should be not to engage with organisations,” he will add.

 

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We have even tolerated these segregated communities behaving in ways that run counter to our values”

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But Muslim youth group The Ramadhan Foundation said that, by singling out Muslims, Mr Cameron had fed “hysteria and paranoia”.

Well, Cameron and all the British establishment have been working on that for years. Muslim groups to try and get into the game to change the game are deluded. Well intentioned perhaps, but deluded.

Chief executive Mohammed Shafiq said: “British Muslims abhor terrorism and extremism and we have worked hard to eradicate this evil from our country.

Yes the do, and as it’s the British government that are the oxygen, heat AND fuel for terrorism most muslims of sound mind abhor the British governments actions and those of Israyhell. That’s why Cameron is stirring the crap here.

“But to suggest that we do not sign up to the values of tolerance, respect and freedom is deeply offensive and incorrect.

Indeed and in fact it’s Cameron that’s frothing out lack of tolerance. QED!

“Multiculturalism is about understanding each others faiths and cultures whilst being proud of our British citizenship.”

Personally I feel there is almost nothing to proud of in the slightest, but as I said to a respected friend the other day, the UK actually allows some aspects of Islam that Islamic countries will not – and that is (soon to become WAS) freedom of speech. That I guess is something one can be proud of in Blighty.

BBC political correspondent Ben Wright said the prime minister would be delivering a stark message to his audience in Munich – that European countries must “wake up to what’s happening within their borders”.

The British establishment has already attempted to form a non-uniformed brown shirt brigade reporting anything “suspicious” e.g. A Muslim talking on the phone or overhearing a word of Arabic or having olive skin.

Mr Cameron will draw a clear distinction between Islam the religion and what he describes as “Islamist extremism” – a political ideology he says attracts people who feel “rootless” within their own countries.

Will he bollocks! It won’t happen as Islam is his target. What he will do, is try and paint it so that it doesn’t look like it’s Islam that he’s after.

“We need to be clear: Islamist extremism and Islam are not the same thing.”

What about British extremism, the extremism you preside over you dog!

The government is currently reviewing its policy to prevent violent extremism, known as Prevent, which is a key part of its wider counter-terrorism strategy.

Do you mean we will try harder to set up gullible people and keep the same disgusting foreign policy? Yes. I suspect you do.

‘I am a Londoner too’

What’s that a reference to Cameron? The false flag of 7/7 perhaps? The greatest act of terrorism in recent history? A gross act of treason against the British people? You scum! But say for a moment you are right and that 7/7 was an act of terrorism by 4 Muslims. How should we  weigh it against the 1.3 million killed in Iraq and the families you keep killing in Afghanistan today? Anyway, typical southerner, the world revolves around London.

A genuinely liberal country “believes in certain values and actively promotes them,” Mr Cameron will say.

Crap. Anyone can say your hollow words.

“Freedom of speech. Freedom of worship. Democracy. The rule of law. Equal rights, regardless of race, sex or sexuality.

Oh come on now Dave. You really have no shame. Who taught you that chutzpa? Tzipi Livni over the phone after you told her you would act to stop the law from prosecuting her terrorism that killed over 400 children terrorists

“It says to its citizens: This is what defines us as a society. To belong here is to believe these things.

Definition that you dare not try define. You fraud.

“Each of us in our own countries must be unambiguous and hard-nosed about this defence of our liberty.”

I’m going to be sick. And I know there will be thousands if not millions of people who will lap up your words. Maybe the EDL will have an honourary doctorate for you.

He will say that under the “doctrine of state multiculturalism”, different cultures have been encouraged to live separate lives.

People of the same culture, mother tongue and religion want to stick together. Get used to it. It’s their right and some, perhaps even a lot take up that right. They are still human beings. Not your slaves.

“We have failed to provide a vision of society to which they feel they want to belong. We have even tolerated these segregated communities behaving in ways that run counter to our values.”

I think I’ve hit upon just a few reasons earlier as to why that might be.

Building a stronger sense of national and local identity holds “the key to achieving true cohesion” by allowing people to say “I am a Muslim, I am a Hindu, I am a Christian, but I am a Londoner… too”, he will say.

Listen up you worm, you ain’t no Muslim, but you are a terrorist Dave and a supporter of terrorism. That’s right Davey boy, you, not me. but of course, you know that, but don’t give a toss do ya Dave.

Dave fails to mention anything about Brits abroad who stick in their own fish and chip serving ghettos and fail to learn the local language and merge into the ways of the locals.

I reject your spiteful xenophobia. Dave you obnoxious creep, crawl back beneath your rock!

Twilight

It finally looks like Brits and Yanks are starting to pay the price for the bankruptcy of perverted economic and moral bankruptcy (neo-imperialism) they allowed continue (largely unopposed and suckled off) for decades if not centuries. In all honesty, I can’t say I have any sympathy for them, after all, they keep voting for proven killers and killers-to-be, they are utterly deluded that the political system UK and US (I don’t care if you call it Democracy or what – as it’s totally irrelevent) is anything other a great failure.

“Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.”   – (Galatians 6:7 KJV)

The greatest protests the world has ever seen (Feb 2003)  against the looming obliteration of Iraq were encouraging (despite the fact Iraq had been under 12 years of murderous sanctions and wicked bombings by the rAF and USAF) but when the bombing started, those same people were pretty much content that ‘Febuary’s first step‘ meant that they had done their ‘bit’. How miserable.

As regards to the self declared non-elected leaders of the so called anti-war movement, they proved to be a disgrace. manufactured dissent, firmly thinking within the box, (I’m beginning to hate the expression “Thinking outside the box” because  ‘outside the box’ is not really outside the box at all. It’s actually still well within the establishments box – that of permitted dissent, besides, saying ‘out of the box’ is just about said by almost everyone these days who are attempting self-projection, believing they are subtly callin themselves clever, but in actual fact, they are drawing attention to themselves by trotting out tired and boring populist expressions. Saying ‘thinking outside box’ is now confirmation they are actually in sheeple box. I’ll grant Steve Jobs an honourable exception here) or simply cowards;

Actually it’s all three.

The so called ‘anti-war’ movement should have called for certain politicians (bLiar, Straw & Brown for a start) should have been hung drawn and quartered – not an extreme act at all, as it’s a similar philosophy bLiar & Co. used (so called pre-emptive military action*) – putting bLiars head on a spike outside Westminster would have saved a million innocent lives, but in fact it’s even more moral based compared to bLiars pretence at a moral stance, in that bLiar’s justification was a clear lie, Saddam was never going to attack, but it was abundantly clear bastard bLiar and jackass BuSh, Howard and Aznar were going to destroy Iraq – illegally. Lets not forget those so called Muslim Countries that did nothing, or those like France, China and Russia that stood by calculating no detriment to their own interests (and very likely thought they would ‘gain’ in the long term from it).  

Selfish Brits of course would have none of putting bLiars demon head on a spike – for passers by to spit at. It’s simply not on to kill a pathological liar, a cheat, hypocrite, willing partner in infanticide (over half a million Iraqi kids during 12 years of abhorrent sanctions). Blair is English, speaks English, wealthy, held power, and is white. All attributes which entitle him to escape punishment for his murder lust. Iraqi’s on the other hand are poor, darker-skinned, powerless, Iraqi and Muslim… BOMBS AWAY !!!

So the justice of having bLiar publically executed is unlikely to be realised, but at least they could have called for him to be publically beaten to a pulp, allowed to recover and then beaten to a pulp again and again; treatment herr mudjesties forces did to the people of Iraq.

Or at least allow some Iraqi mourners whose kids were blown to smithereens to given a damn good shiner and had a bloodied nose and a decent scar across his repulsive face and scratch his eyes out with their fingernails.

Despite the failing of the ridiculous so called ‘ant-war’ movement, people should not have ceded their morality to these anti-war ‘leaders’ and/or buried their moral conscience into an emotion-proof dungeon. They should stopped paying tax, refused to purchase goods from nations in the correctly named Coalition of the Killing, they should have taken out as much of their money from the banks and so on. But no, they were unwilling to risk any ‘luxury’. February (for those who bothered) was fine. And if you didn’t do any of those things, you could try, starting from tomorrow.

Today the UK and UK citizens still vote of liars, cheats, embezzlers, killers, killers-to-be, immoral shells (probably freemasonic/cabbalistic Satan worshippers – openly conscious of the fact or not) wanting to bend the law to their advantage and use it as a club to pummel the people who voted for them, while giving reassurances that everything’s ok, we’ll all pull through. I haven’t heard that other war-criminal Winston Churchill’s been called upon yet, but the stopwatch is running.

Face facts. Voters hands are bloodied with the crimes of the elect-ees. There is no escape from that.

So, the fact the western snake is starting to consuming its own tail, is actually a strange sence of poetic justice.

I do feel sorry for those that DID speak out against the white hot evil their nation spewed (and keeps spewing) out, but such people are tiny in number.

This post follows partly from watching Francis Fukuyama on fora.tv. Re: Noam Chomsky, StefZ said on Famous for 15 megapixels wrote something like “people keep saying Chomsky is a leading intellectual”. Fukuyama seems to be same. He’s preaching to the choir and gets promoted and admired by it. I first heard this (similar) ‘in-house’ point on the BBC”s Question Time in which Salman Rushdie’s literary award was dismissed as it was a bit of a Trades Union award / closed shop kind of honourarium. Fukuyama says some absolutely ridiculous and incredibly ignorant things (which I may describe in one of my final posts {assuming this isn’t it}) His rubbish words lapped up by his audience (TED’s a bit like this too – got it’s head up it’s ass, believing it occupies some kind of multi-dimensional high ground)  show what deep shit the planet we are in, a secular occidental bog of collapse. All of these occidentials (and Tariq Ramadan sadly seems little different) are like this. Beyond Sun Tzu, Confusious and Lao Tzu name 5 Chinese intellextons. Beyond Ghandi, and Siddhartha Gautama, name 5 leading Intellectuals, Name 10 African Intellectuals. Name 10 South American intellectuals. Don’t be surprised if you can’t – the West won’t let you. You’re only an intellectual if you play the game. And what a sick game it is.  

As well as residual feelings from my previous post, this post is also a result from the commentators on Craig Murray’s site and indeed Craig Murray himself. Craig posted something about no hope a week or so ago expressing he saw no hope and failed to realise the way he’s courting (conventional)politics with zero resistance (see above)  is why there is no hope. The commentators on that post and his subsequent post are the same. His commentators are of course far worse (I actually have a decent amount of respect for Mr. Murray, but it pains me that he’s performing like a half-way house). The commentators are those who talk-the-talk mighty fine, but don’t walk-the-walk, yet they believe they are radicals or true liberals and that the system is perhaps sound but just going through a rough period. Hah! Dupes(many of them). “Ooooh, we are going to drown” they cementing their feet in large blocks and throwing themselves off the jetty.

I am old, and no longer have fresh questions to ask about this world. I know how it run, I know the score. I know where it’s headed. Indeed Mr. Murray, there is no hope at all – at least in places where this globalised hegemony reaches – which is pretty much everywhere.

I look back on my youth (up to perhaps my mid 20’s) and remember a time when I thought there was actually something good and exciting about this world. I was really scared of it’s vastness and diversity.

Not now.

It’s all the same and it stinks. It’s suffocating the good people – mostly poor and innocent – people of traditional culture and values.

The western heartless, godless self pontificating/promoting arrogant world is fast approaching it’s doom. It’s fully realisable. Actually, it’s could be postponed but definately not with a prevailing ‘mind’.

Let the TSA continue to humiliate the people who voted for Clinton / Bush / Obama or whatever tyrant puppet is in control. Let the Irish idiots who voted for their funny-money politicians and loved them when they yields were high and the champagne flowed feel the consequences of their acton. Let the Brits feel austerity and have moe lies and deceptions flow from the mouths of the people they voted for (and will vote for next time) while more Yemeni, Somali, Pakistani, Haitians, Burmese, Roma, and of course the Palestinians in an ongoing Holocaust and other peoples etc.. continute to be oppressed by these secular power holding vampires.

It’s just a pity the good people will suffer too. 

My posts here are going to become very infrequent. There is no point. Even those USans who know 911 was a lie (WTC 7 – the main achillies heel of that horrific (ritual?) massacre) won’t do anything meaningful to stop the rot. The centres of power in China will continue as long as it believes it’s elite is making money, as will Russia, Brazil, India, The huge central asian ‘Stans’ are all on the same path, and I will not forget to mention the rotten seed of it all:  Israyhell. Israyhell is close to openly assuming it’s apocaplypic position as leadingnation in the world and so their champagne will also run dry soon. The powerfully built Jew with curly hair proclaiming(falsley) to be the messiah is almost ready to make his appearance. His paradise will he hell and his hell will be paradise, but you’re already in his paradise, faux-democray being a useful tool propagating it, and you will just vote again in his paradise to get even more paradise. And if you don’t believe the dajjal will get you, the dying environment and the GM(junk) food will.

After a last fling of time wasting, I’m purging my time wasting hobbies and am going to knuckle down with acquiring knowledge of my Creator and worshipping him accordingly.

That’s all that matters. Nothing else.

I will try and respond to the funny and thought provoking, most welcomed comments people graciously spend their time leaving here, and I may, occasionally, when I’ve decided to read current events for a quick break, post here again but like this world is entering its twilight, so is this blog while spiritual being makes effort to emerge from its self imposed twilight.

The twilight is just about here now, but I’ll leave with this; A pic of from the newz-journo-junk organisation called the BBC. Source: http://www.ZION-NEWS-OUTLET.co.uk/news/uk-11773665
(copy the link and although the above is correct, to read the article, replace the ‘ZION-NEWS-OUTLET’ part with ‘bbc’)

Big heads up to http://kevboyle.blogspot.com/ by the way.

* of course there was nothing pre-emptive about it. The Pre-emptive doctrine was ‘strike them before they strike us’ and of course you realise they would NEVER have struck us. but shich is the extent ir perverse and mind-rotting ssumes you act now to

Freedom of speech.

On one of the better places on the Web, Dr Maxtor’s analysis, punchy focus is given to the hypocrisy of those who people who harp on or bask in the auras of freedom of speech and ‘freedom’ in general. E.g.’s here, here. and here.

One constant offender is Geert Wilders (whose name is ripe for some form of spoonification, yet has so far escaped fleeting attempts to do so – Weird Gilders all I can come up with). He seems a quite nasty man. Well, the peroxide blond is apparently in court and protesting that his freedom of speech is under attack.

Here is AJE on it:
http://english.aljazeera.net/news/europe/2010/10/201010454645572293.html and here’s the pro-fascist BBC:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-11464025 and this in 

I agree with Chomsky on this one: If you don’t agree with freedom of speech for those you really don’t like, then you don’t agree with freedom of speech at all, and so I support the Islamophobic Muslim hater’s right to criticise Islam.

But here’s the thing… It’s extremely doubtful he supports it for others that don’t share his views. And what of the kind of ‘freedoms’ that Geert doubtlessly supports, like the stupid Danish cartoons? Were they an exercise in FOS? Doubtful as what they said (i.e. dreamed-up excuse to try and make it look like it was a FOS issue) about the cartoons was that they were a criticism of things like the rewards martyrs get. Clearly those points of dispute could have been settled in an intellectual faship via public discussion – and in fact any issue of Islam can be discussed in this fashion, but it far more likely they weren’t the slightest bit interested in an intellectual exercise – simply an insult and a desire to whip up more Islamophobia.

So Geert, you advocate of Qur’an banning, and to those who have Geert posters pinned up on their bedroom walls, it’s damn rich you protest about issues pertaining to freedom given what you’ve done to Muslims who live their lives according to Islamic guidelines.

Geert the hypocrite.

Update(Related issue): Henry Makow: CNN Makes Rick Sanchez’s Point Jews are the first to holler when they suffer discrimination; but let someone say they discriminated against him, and he’s fired. Tolerance is reserved for elite Jews and their causes. Everyone else is a bigot More …



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