After London: let’s start talking about Islam

Protecting Islam from ridicule has had disastrous consequences.

Another month, another terror attack. Britain’s third in three months. This time the targets were Saturday-night revellers in London Bridge and Borough. Mown and stabbed for the crime of having fun, of being free. And already we are seeing the same craven, baleful response that follows every act of Islamist terror. ‘Watch out for an Islamophobic backlash’, aloof observers say, their minds always more agitated by the thought of stupid white people saying something rude about Islam than by acts of Islamist mass murder. ‘Don’t say anything bad about this wonderful religion or its adherents’, they tell us. This is a really bad response, because it is becoming increasingly clear that one of the major problems we face today is not that our society is too mean about Islam, but that it flatters Islam too much.

Islam is a violent supremacist death cult, our craven politicians are enablers of terrorism by encouraging the mass immigration of its adherents.

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  • James Oswald

    The nation states of Europe are dead. There is no turning back. It’s a Yin/Yang kind of thing. Sophisticated Europeans reject God…they get Allah. When the feminine is ascendent, Yang comes roaring in. Islam. Men acting unapologetically.

  • Watchman

    A reasonable mythical analogy to our current situation, but set in WW2:
    “1944: The US and Canadian governments will release all Japanese internment camp detainees and to introduce an Japanese immigration scheme to facilitate the immigration of hundreds of thousands of Japanese civilians of military age from the Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu and Shikoku islands. This is because of the horrific damage to the Japanese cities by an ongoing war that started in 1937. US and Canadian Government officials say that this is a humanitarian gesture and will improve the lives off people in all involved countries.”

    Would we think this would have been a good idea then? If not, why is it a good idea now?