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.

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Islam-West rift widens, poll says

"Most people in Muslim countries and the West believe divisions between them are worsening, a Gallup poll for the World Economic Forum (WEF) suggests.

The poll also suggested that most Europeans thought more interaction with Islam would be a threat - though most Americans disagreed."

Nose on your face. At least the message is getting through in Europe if not America. Now all we need to do is persuade our politicians to take note.

Extremists turn attention to Muslim women - "Growing numbers of young Muslim women are being "groomed" by extremists, the Government has warned.

They are becoming targets for radical groups linked to al-Qa'eda that are attempting to recruit impressionable young people in Britain, it is claimed."

2 Comments:

Anonymous najistani said...

BLOG CENSORSHIP ALERT!

In order to preserve the crumbling credibility of THE BIG LIE , the British government, and probably other dhimmi governments, are working on ways to gag, censor and and shutdown the counter-Jihadist blogosphere.

There is currently a discusion of how to prepare for these attacks on freedom of expression at http://ibloga.blogspot.com/2008/01/najistani-on-why-britain-may-crack-down.html and http://commonsenseagainstislam.websanon.com/?p=113.

- Najistani

2:41 PM  
Anonymous najistani said...

From http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/education/7204635.stm

Three Little Pigs 'too offensive'
By Sean Coughlan
BBC News, education



A story based on the Three Little Pigs has been turned down from a government agency's annual awards because the subject matter could offend Muslims.

The digital book, re-telling the classic fairy tale, was rejected by judges who warned that "the use of pigs raises cultural issues".

The awards which rejected the book are run by Becta, the government's educational technology agency.

The judging panel also attacked the book's stereotyping of builders.

The book's creative director, Anne Curtis, said that the idea that including pigs in a story could be interpreted as racism was "like a slap in the face".

6:33 AM  

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