Boycott Islam

(goods and services)

Say no to the so-called Religion of Peace and its blood-thirsty deity

First and foremost, the most significant thing you can do is stop buying their oil. Get rid of your car or make the switch to a non-mineral oil alternative. Avoid buying goods from Muslim countries. On a local, personal level, do not frequent Muslim-run businesses (they don't really want your custom anyway). Let your wallet do the talking.

Friday, April 27, 2007

Saudi tribe holds camel beauty pageant

This is what happens when you dress your women from head to foot in black bags.

"The legs are long, the eyes are big, the bodies curvaceous.

Contestants in this Saudi-style beauty pageant have all the features you might expect anywhere else in the world, but with one crucial difference -- the competitors are camels.
...
"Beautiful, beautiful!" the judge mutters quietly to himself"

Hey, keep your hands where we can see them. (Is that a dagger under his robes?)

Harry should avoid Iraq

Difficult one, I can see both sides - I'm glad I don't have to make the decision. A significant problem is that there are large swathes of our population - and certain sections of the media - who would relish the opportunity to reveal Harry's exact GPS coordinates to the enemy and are likely to be going out of their way to do so.

Thursday, April 26, 2007

Gere faces Indian arrest warrant

"An Indian court has issued an arrest warrant for Hollywood actor Richard Gere after he kissed Bollywood star Shilpa Shetty in public. The court in Jaipur in Rajasthan state called it "an obscene act", after a local lawyer filed a complaint."

Laughable.

Public displays of affection are taboo but public displays of violent hatred are OK.

Pakistan: The Taliban takeover

From The New Statesman, via Jihad Watch.

"Pakistan is reverberating with the call of jihad."

EU motion urges Johnston release

Lawmakers at the European Parliament are to back a resolution calling for the immediate release of kidnapped BBC reporter Alan Johnston.

What's going on - are people really this stupid? Do they really believe that the numerous protests, resolutions, petitions, etc. are going to sway the Palis? If that's the case, how about demanding that they stop teaching their kids that blowing themselves up on buses and in restaurants is highly commendable?

Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Anti-terror chief asks Muslims to help more

Unless he's asking them to support the Jihad, I think he's wasting his time.

Schools becoming ethnic and religious ghettos

"Cultural diversity in inner-city schools is failing with many becoming so polarised that they are dominated by one racial or religious group."

As if we didn't know. Bodes well for the future.

Update 26Apr07: BBC - Racial 'time bomb' in UK schools

Update 27Apr06: BBC - Rise in pupils without English - About one in seven children at primary school in England and one in 10 at secondary school speak a language other than English at home.

Mainstream media moral inversion

Here's a fine example of why the mainstream media's Middle East reporting needs to be largely disregarded and why the Palestinians have lost my sympathies (which they've always struggled to retain). Reuters heading for these images is "Palestinians attend a demonstration against violence in Gaza"































That's "against violence". Maybe it's meant to be irony. More likely they mean "against Israeli violence".

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Teheran police enforce summer cover-up

"Iranian police have begun a summer campaign to ensure women do not flout the nation's sharia dress code as temperatures soar.

Such crackdowns have become a regular feature of Iranian life in the summer as police confront growing numbers of young women testing the limits of the law with shorter, brighter and skimpier clothing.

Under sharia, imposed in Iran after the 1979 revolution, women are obliged to wear a head-to-toe black chador or cover their hair with scarves and choose long, loose-fitting clothes.

Women who "violate" the law can receive lashes, fines or imprisonment. Mahdi Ahmadi, a police spokesman, said: "Police have started to confront those women who appear in public in an inappropriate way."

He added that police in the capital, Teheran, had so far stopped more than 1,300 women and warned them against breaching the dress code."

More on the Iranian whores in their "very skimpy hejabs" here.

Update 25Apr07: "Women in Teheran who repeatedly flout the Islamic dress code in defiance of a police crackdown may be banned from the Iranian capital for up to five years. "Those women who appear in public like decadent models endanger the security and dignity of young men,’ prosecutor Saeed Mortazavi was quoted as saying."

There have been protests.

Monday, April 23, 2007

Boy, 12, beheads 'American spy'

"The Taliban has distributed a propaganda film showing a 12-year-old boy cutting off the head of a militant accused of being an American spy."

(Video at LiveLeak)

Al-Qaeda‘planning big British attack’

"on “a par with Hiroshima and Nagasaki” in an attempt to “shake the Roman throne”...

It follows revelations last year that up to 150 Britons had travelled to Iraq to fight as part of Al-Qaeda’s “foreign legion”. A number are thought to have returned to the UK, after receiving terrorist training, to form sleeper cells.
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Also at the Times: How a British jihadi saw the light in [the apartheid state of] Saudi Arabia.

"Many Muslims enjoyed a better lifestyle in non-Muslim Britain than they did in Muslim Saudi Arabia. At that moment I longed to be home again.

All my talk of ummah seemed so juvenile now. It was only in the comfort of Britain that Islamists could come out with such radical utopian slogans as one government, one ever expanding country, for one Muslim nation. The racist reality of the Arab psyche would never accept black and white people as equal.

My time in Saudi Arabia bolstered my conviction that an austere form of Islam (Wahhabism) married to a politicised Islam (Islamism) is wreaking havoc in the world.
"

Ya think?

While at the Financial Times, Al-Qaeda seeks to expand its operations. "Al-Qaeda is reaching out from its base in Pakistan to turn militant Islamist groups in the Middle East and Africa into franchises charged with intensifying attacks on western targets".

Friday, April 20, 2007

Religion of Peace doing what it does best

Ongoing situations that, for whatever reason, don't seem to make it into the news.

Abu Sayyaf militants have decapitated seven Christian hostages and sent their heads to troops on the southern Philippine island of Jolo. (Bin Laden look-alike runs for election)

Armed members of a Nigerian Islamist group known as the Taleban stormed a police station in the northern city of Kano, killing at least 13 people. (Nigeria's trying to hold elections - how un-Islamic can you get?)

Suspected Muslim insurgents shot and killed two Buddhist laborers and then beheaded one of them as deadly violence and scattered bombings continued Wednesday in "restive" southern Thailand.

Three employees of a publishing house that distributes Bibles have their throats cut in the latest attack targeting Turkey's Christian minority

(*)

Meanwhile, in the still hopelessly naive western world: EU agrees to penalties for racism and xenophobia. "The new deal specifies one- to three-year prison terms be available for incitement to violence or hatred "against a group of persons or a member of such a group defined by reference to race, colour, religion, descent or national or ethnic origin". We can't have whiteys disrespecting people from other countries and religions, after all. (Obviously exceptions have been made for Israel.)

Virginia Tech

Whilst obviously not a Jihadi, it's increasingly apparent that Cho Seung-hui was inspired by the media's glamourisation of international Jihad, invoking the same kind of rhetoric in his martyrdom video and even referring to the Columbine shooters as "martyrs".

Meanwhile, to the "anti-war, peace movement" the parents of those killed at Virginia Tech have got what they deserved - they've simply reaped what they sowed. It's Iraq, don't you know.

"...the families of the murdered Virginia Tech innocents, have collective blood-guilt on their hands...Who is responsible for the killings in Iraq except the same now bereaved parents of the murdered students at Virginia Tech?"

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Trouble in paradise

Mohammed's plans to bolster the number of young men in paradise - without recourse to the virgin reserves - yields unexpected results.


















Advice to would-be martyrs from the Muslic Council of Britain.



"wear a rubber glove and keep your fingers together - never like this"









Former UN chief, Kofi Annan, refused to be drawn on his comments on Arab manhood.

Christian workers' throats slit in Turkey

"The attack comes amidst an increasingly violent clash between the powerful forces of secularism, Islam and nationalism in the would-be European Union member country."

Quick, let them in to the EU before anyone recognises the risk.

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Children of the Future Jihad

Children of Islam being inspired to usher in a new age of world peace (not).



Polygamous husbands can claim cash for their harems

"Polygamous husbands settling in Britain with multiple wives can claim extra benefits for their "harems" even though bigamy is a crime in the UK"

"Opposition MPs are demanding an urgent change in the law" - what are they, Fascist, Nazi Islamophobes? Careful, you might offend someone.

"Officials said yesterday a review was now under way into whether the state should continue to pay out income support, jobseeker's allowance and housing and council tax benefits to 'extra' spouses...Islamic law allows a man to take up to four wives, providing he can provide for them fairly and equally...But British law only ever recognises one spouse, while bigamy is punishable by up to seven years in jail...However, if a husband and his wives arrive and settle in Britain having wed in a country where polygamy is legal, then the UK benefits system recognises his extra wives as dependents and pays them accordingly."

So this means I could go to one of these countries, marry four women, bring them back here and live legally?

"The Department of Work and Pensions admitted yesterday it had no figures on how many families are claiming for multiple wives." Why would they? That would be "racist".

"People who come to this country must be prepared to abide by our laws and rules." Someone hasn't been paying attention.

"People arriving from another country should conform to our laws rather than the other way around." Someone else hasn't been paying attention

"All Women Should Wear A Veil"

The Danish Islamic Society advocates the obvious solution to one of the biggest and most heinous aspects of Islamophobia, staring: all women should wear the veil.

"Moreover, the veil protects against rapes, he says: in the US for example, every half minute a woman is raped, and according to him that is because women continuously tempt men by going onto the streets without a veil. Maybe not all men have a problem to control themselves when they see a woman without a veil, and perhaps there is only a problem with five to ten per cent of the men, but he says that is nevertheless enough for all women to wear the veil."

Makes perfect sense.

Alan Johnston: It was the Joooz wot done it

(Via LGF) Ageing journalist and "anti-Zionist", Alan Hart (we know which way he voted), has a go at blaming the Joooz for Alan Johnstons murder. (Violence, murders and kidnappings are otherwise generally rare in "Palestine" - Islam is the Religion of Peace, after all) I'm surprised it has taken this long.

"what can be said for certain is that the Palestinians were the party with absolutely nothing to gain and much to lose from Alan's permanent removal from the scene. And they had much to lose on two counts. (remember, he's not just a journalist, he's their "friend")

There is a case for saying (repeat a case) that the party with most to gain from Alan Johnston's permanent disappearance was Israel. It would not be the first time that Israeli agents had dressed as Arabs to make a hit."

I'm sure it will help his book sales.

Update 19Apr07: The toys are coming out the pram this morning (along with lots of plugs for his books). His bio says "He hates all labels and isms" - obviously not quite all.

Update 19Apr07: Missing BBC correspondent 'alive' - ""Our intelligence services have confirmed to me that he's alive," Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas told reporters in Sweden.

Mr Abbas said he knew which group was holding Mr Johnston but did not give any details" - Mossad, presumably.

Update 02May07: "Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh has reported progress in efforts to free kidnapped BBC journalist Alan Johnston. He said negotiators had persuaded the captors to reduce their demands."

"everyone" knows he's being held by the Joooz; what possible reason can the "Palestinians" have for maintaining this charade?

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Universities 'targeted' by Islamic extremists

"British universities will be warned this week that they are being targeted by Islamic extremist groups looking for recruits."

Again.

Needless to say, "Muslim organisations and some student groups challenged his claims".

Online child abuse complaints up

"Reports of websites that contain images of child abuse have continued to climb in the last year, a report has shown."

If I terrify and mutilate my child in the name of my religion does that count as abuse? I suspect not.









Don’t stare at Muslims says advice to schools

"A document intended to educate against religious intolerance and sectarianism urges teachers to “make pupils aware of the various forms of Islamophobia, ie stares, verbal abuse, physical abuse”."

If we'd just make all the pupils dress like they're living in Saudi Arabia this wouldn't be an issue.

Monday, April 16, 2007

UN's 30-year quest for Lebanon peace

"Unifil is the UN's interim force in Lebanon. Ironic, when you bear in mind that it has been there for almost 30 years.

In the Middle East, very little is ever interim. The problems have a way of persisting.

In the Druze village of Faradis, young men from the 1st Battalion, the Punjab Regiment, are teaching yoga at a primary school...while, on either side, armies are getting ready for the next round - Israel shoring up its defences, Hezbollah preparing new positions just outside Unifil's area of responsibility." - out of sight, out of mind.

Yoga Vs. hate-filled Islamist brainwashing; Mmm, might work.



Elections

Liberal Democrat supporters out canvassing for your vote.

NUJ votes to boycott Israeli goods

No bias in UK journalism. They've been boycotting facts for some time. Our media has almost completely replaced reporting with comment.

"The National Union of Journalists has voted at its annual meeting for a boycott of Israeli goods as part of a protest against last year's war in Lebanon.

After a show of hands twice failed to give a clear result, union scrutineers were called in and the doors to the conference room closed.

The vote on the motion was taken after it was split from a larger motion that condemned the "savage, pre-planned attack on Lebanon by Israel" last year.

This motion, known as Composite B in Order Paper 4, was carried by a large majority and also condemned the "slaughter of civilians by Israeli troops in Gaza and the IDF's [Israeli Defense Forces] continued attacks inside Lebanon following the defeat of its army by Hezbollah".

The motion called for the end of Israeli aggression in Gaza and other occupied territories.

The union's national executive committee has been instructed to support organisations including the Palestinian Solidarity Campaign, Jews for Justice in Palestine and the Council for the Advancement of Arab-British Understanding."

Alan Johnston's execution will doubtless only stiffen the resolve of our unbiased media to support their friends.

Friday, April 13, 2007

Queuing for European Union visas



French alarmed by Algeria bombs - Presidential candidates have warned the terrorist threat remains high for France, following bombings in Algeria on Wednesday.

Immigration fear over Calais plan - Plans for an asylum seeker welfare centre in Calais will encourage illegal immigration to the UK.

Alarm in Spain over al-Qaeda call for its "reconquest" - "We will not be in peace until we set our foot again in our beloved al-Andalus"

Jailed preacher of hate in court battle to stay in Britain - Funloving "Sheikh" Abdullah El-Faisal - blamed for indoctrinating one of the July 7 bombers - makes a mockery of human rights law to fight deportation from Britain.

Call for school knife detectors

I guess Red Ken has not been properly briefed that this would not just affect white, working class kids - I doubt he'd want any part in depriving Sikhs of their ceremonial daggers or Muslims of their assorted Ashura weaponry.


("Who's a clever boy?")

The Rockall Times

France's New Surrender

Anti-Semitism (or "Anti-Zionism" if you're on the "Left") in Europe is now as bad as it has ever been, if not worse. The "Left's" affiliation with Islamists and ongoing espousement of the darkest Nazi doctrine - with more open enthusiasm than any second world war German or Neo-Nazi - would please Himmler greatly.

Man arrested over mosque violence

"Up to 200 people were caught up in Monday's incident which lasted several hours and involved worshippers from Burton-on-Trent's Central Mosque...It was the second such incident in two years"

An "internal dispute" that, it seems, we don't need to know anything more about.

Thursday, April 12, 2007

Nudity during sex invalidates a marriage

Via LGF.

"An Egyptian cleric's controversial fatwa claiming that nudity during sexual intercourse invalidates a marriage has uncovered a rift among Islamic scholars."

Will keeping my socks on satisfy (no pun intended) the crazy Imams?

"Nothing is prohibited during marital sex, except of course sodomy." Of course.

Idiots.

Day of action for Gaza reporter

Maybe if we just tried asking the Palis really, really nicely?

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Hospital that 'banned' hot cross buns to avoid offending non-Christians

Evil buns. (I think it's the raisins that are the real evil) I trust Bagels were out a long time ago. And bacon rolls? Don't even think about it (racist thought-crime).

'Bombers' die in Casablanca raid

That's "Bombers" in quotes; they might not really have been bombers. They're only "suspected militants", too; they might not really be militants.

"One man blew himself up after a brief rooftop confrontation with police...another man shot dead in the raid was found to have explosives on his body....a third man blew himself up after reportedly jumping from a balcony...[and another]...blew himself up later after approaching a police cordon"

But they're only "suspected militants" and might not be "bombers". If only there were fewer Jews in the world, this might not happen.

Explosions rock Algerian capital
- "The Salafist Group for Preaching and Combat (GSPC)" sounds so much better than "The al-Qaeda Organisation in the Islamic Maghreb".

Iraq conflict 'must not deter UK'

"[Oxfam] warns that it would be disastrous if the country was put off sending troops to future humanitarian crises like those seen in Sierra Leone and Kosovo."

It's a shame but it seems unlikely to me that we can ever expect to get a consensus for military action of any sort ever again. The poor and oppressed of the world will just have to suffer so the "not in my name" brigade can feel good about themselves.

"But Oxfam says the UK's power to be an international force for good has been undermined by foreign policy errors."

Ah, hindsight - a wonderful thing. Unfortunately you have to make those "foreign policy errors" before you know they were errors. Britain and America should never again step in to help anyone and "refugees" from such countries should not be recognised.

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

MPACUK forums

As with the main MPACUK site there's always some cracking reading on their forums. Here's a great thread about the evils of having to mix with the Kafir. With all these semi-naked women on buses and scantily clad lecturers, how can we expect the poor Muslims NOT to rape and murder. The solution? Segregation. (I should add that many who participates in these forums seem perfectly reasonable.)

Monday, April 09, 2007

Buoyant Teheran warns of further kidnappings

Telegraph: "Hardliners in the Iranian regime have warned that the seizure of British naval personnel demonstrates that they can make trouble for the West whenever they want to and do so with impunity."

Anti-globalists reach out to Islamists

Open recognition of the "left's" growing love of Islamic fascism. How the two sides can be reconciled is a mystery to me but, apparently, the "left" is "finally overcoming its traditional resistance to the cultural conservatism of Islam". But don't worry, they only have to get on with each other for a short time, "after which the different groups can go their separate ways" and get back to fighting each other again. I think I'm going to abandon the internet in favour of Eastenders - it has to be better for my mental health.

Friday, April 06, 2007

Appeal over baby named Jihad

What's in a name? All he wants to do (and has fought for a year-and-half for permission) is call his sixth child "Jihad". In the current climate does that seem unreasonlable?

Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Muslim radicals strengthen in Serbia

(Via Jihad Watch) "Recently leaked Western intelligence reports allege that the tense, impoverished area, along with Muslim-dominated regions in neighboring Bosnia, are rich ground for recruiting so-called "white al-Qaida" - Muslims with Western features who could easily blend into European or U.S. cities and carry out attacks.

Al-Qaida and other radical Islamic groups, the reports warn, may be trying to increase their influence in the Muslim-populated regions in the southern Europe to penetrate deeper into the continent.
"

And the UN wants an independent Kosovo.

It increasingly looks like Milosevic was right and we waded in on the wrong side.

Jan 2004: Jihadist Hotbed In The Balkans

Milosevic - Balkan scapegoat

Update 05Apr07 - Video at Sky news.

Children killed in Iraq bombing

"Nine children were among 12 people killed when a suicide bomber blew up a truck in the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk...A further 192 people were injured in the blast..."

More excellent news for the American "anti-war" "left". There'll be dancing on the streets of San Francisco tonight (drug supply permitting).

Tuesday, April 03, 2007

Chocolate Jesus exhibit cancelled

...after protests by a US Catholic group. I'm right behind them.

"They would never dare do something similar with a chocolate statue of the Prophet Mohammed naked with his genitals exposed during Ramadan."

No, they certainly wouldn't.



MPACUK: It's all the work of the "Christ Killers" (Jews to you and me - "Zionists" to MPACUK)

'One in 10' attends church weekly

"...and one in seven goes once a month...nearly three million more people would attend regularly if given the "right invitation"".

Ayman al-Zawahiri's "invitation to Islam" (convert or die) can be seen here (or here).

More incentives here.




Don't make me choose.

Iran hopeful over UK navy talks

More than hopeful - they've pretty much known from the outset that Britain would cave in.

Houses of Straw - The EU’s delusions about the sufficiency of “soft” power are embarrassingly revealed.

Gramscian damage - an analysis of ideological warfare.

Monday, April 02, 2007

Terror threat worst since 9/11

"It is thought the plotters could number more than 2,000" - that's a lot less than the 2 million threatened by the Muslim Council of Britain. I wonder who's closer to the truth?

Rise in radical Islam last straw for Lebanon's Christians

Not just Lebanon but all Muslim countries. I've said it before: As an incentive for change, Muslims here should be treated like non-Muslims are treated in the Islamic world.

Saudi Apartheid

Media stars back ad for BBC man

Oooh, the media stars are out. A full page ad in Al-Guardian - I guess we know what UK paper gets read in Gaza. Second only to Al-Jazeera for pro-Pali propaganda.

Update 04Apr07: BBC users urge reporter's release - "BBC News website users have written in their hundreds in support of an online petition to demand the release of BBC Gaza correspondent Alan Johnston" - never underestimate the ovine naivety of people. This is bound to make the difference.

Teachers drop the Holocaust to avoid offending Muslims

"Schools are dropping the Holocaust from history lessons to avoid offending Muslim pupils...because lessons often contradict what is taught in local mosques." And obviously it's the school lessons that are likely to be incorrect?

Rejecting the promotion of homosexuality (etc.) can't be far behind.