Category Archives: Islam’s Useful Idiot Apologists

Yes, let’s just ignore the daily litany of violence committed by Muslims worldwide & blame Canada for “Islamophobia”

Systemic racism encourages half of Canadians to fear Islam and Muslims

Recently I appeared before the standing committee on Canadian heritage, which is holding hearings in response to the passing of M-103 earlier this year. The hearings are ostensibly about systemic racism and religious discrimination, but some on the committee seem unaware of this.

What should be an investigation into systemic hate in Canada often feels like a referendum on one word mentioned in M-103: Islamophobia.



Really??? Might it not have anything to do with the fact that murder and slavery are condoned in Islam’s “Holy Books”? Might it not have anything to do with the fact that Islam is a violent supremacist death cult that daily adds to its tally of horror worldwide?

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‘Reading the Riot Act’ to Truth-Tellers at UT San Antonio

Born in Jacksonville, Florida, in 1952, Eve A. Browning received her Ph.D. in philosophy at the University of California, San Diego, in 1979. After teaching for three years at Ohio State University and a year at the University of Denver, she spent three decades on the faculty of the University of Minnesota at Duluth. Three years ago she left Duluth for the University of Texas at San Antonio, where she now chairs the Department of Philosophy and Classics. She has two academic books to her name, both published in 1992: one, co-edited by her, is about “feminist ethics,” and the other, written by her, is about “feminist criticism.” She’s published scholarly papers in such journals as the University of Dayton Review and reviewed books for the Women’s Studies Review and Women’s Review of Books.

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Our elites still weep for terrorists

Abdulrahman El Bahnasawy Muslim terrorist from Mississauga

“I agreed with others to carry out an attack in Times Square, to support the Islamic State,” said a Canadian citizen on trial for terrorism in New York last year.

Abdulrahman El Bahnasawy, a 19-year-old man who lived in Mississauga, Ontario, pleaded guilty to several terrorism charges over his ISIS plot to attack New York City landmarks in the spring of 2016.

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Market trader BANNED from town centre for selling Knights Templar coffee mugs that are ‘offensive’ to Muslims

‘Not to us Lord, not to us, but to Your Name give the glory’

A market stall holder has been banned from having a stand in a town centre because she was selling ‘offensive’ Knights Templar coffee mugs.

Tina Gayle has been prohibited from having a stall in Loughborough Market after someone complained about the mugs.

She said the complainant had told the council the £6 Knights Templar mugs were offensive to Muslims and so she was asked to remove them from her stall.

When she refused to do so she was sent a letter and informed she had been given an outright ban.

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Against Faux-Feminists Who Deny the Rights of Muslim Women and Jews

I came into my feminist destiny in 1967, both as an academic and as an activist. Our original feminist vision was radical and transformative. We believed in universal human rights. We envisioned multicultural diversity but we were not multicultural relativists. We called out misogyny when we saw it and did not exempt a rapist, a wife-beater, or a pedophile because he was poor (his victims were also usually poor); or a man of color (his victims were often people of color); or because he had an abused childhood (so had his victims).

Like other American radical feminists, I was active in the civil-rights and anti-war movements. Unlike other feminists, I had “once lived in a harem in Afghanistan.” This is the opening line of my book, An American Bride in Kabul. Quite unexpectedly, I lived in a polygamous household in very posh purdah—which meant I was not allowed out without a male escort. Quite surprisingly, my father-in-law had three wives and 21 children—facts my Westernized husband failed to mention during our long American college courtship.

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Islamophobia witch hunt of the day…

Second Solihull councillor in anti-Muslim tweet probe

A second Conservative councillor is being investigated by a council over anti-Muslim retweets.

A complaint has been made against Margaret Bassett over retweets that included newspaper stories about crimes committed by Muslims.

Jeff Potts was suspended last week from Solihull Council’s religious education committee over a similar allegation.

Miss Bassett, the councillor for Silhill ward, Solihull, says she is the subject of a “witch hunt”.

The councillor’s retweets include a reply from a Twitter user to former EDL leader Tommy Robinson.

It showed a picture of London mayor Sadiq Khan with the text, “defiant London Mayor proclaims we will not be defeated! World starting to wonder – who does he mean by we?”

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Anti-Conservative SPLC Attacks ACT for America, Bozell

The Southern Poverty Law Center is at it again — spreading hate against people it disagrees with.

This time, the SPLC targeted ACT for America during ACT’s seventh annual national conference. The assault triggered a response among liberals eager to prove their fidelity to SPLC’s intolerant agenda of hate. The SPLC attacked ACT as the “largest anti-Muslim organization in the U.S.,” and criticized Marriott hotels for hosting the conference. It also claimed Media Research Center president Brent Bozell was a person “better known for bashing LBGT persons.”

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The Goal of Western Leaders: Avoid Change, Duck Accountability

On the same day that the latest two young women were butchered on the streets of France, an Islamist carried out an attack in Canada. In Edmonton, a 30-year-old Somali refugee stabbed a police officer and mowed down pedestrians with a van. An ISIS flag was subsequently found in the perpetrator’s car. In response to the atrocity, the Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, released a statement, saying:

“We cannot — and will not — let violent extremism take root in our communities. We know that Canada’s strength comes from our diversity, and we will not be cowed by those who seek to divide us or promote fear.”

This response was almost perfectly European in its framing — and typical of the aftermath of any Islamist attack in Western Europe or North America.

It has no direction of travel other than “forward” and displays no evidence of returning to problems to think them over anew. It says simply that what has happened is because of something we will not change, and therefore we must simply accept the problem. “Diversity is our strength” is one part of this repetitious hymn-sheet. Another is to announce that we will not give in to “hate”.

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‘It was alleged that you made offensive comments about Islam’

Student ‘forced to leave’ university after saying extremist Islamic groups kill LGBTI people

“…Dr Browning said: ‘It was a conversation you had with a couple of other students that you weren’t originally part of. You joined it. The topic of one student being engaged to a Muslim came up, and it was alleged that you made offensive comments about Islam to that student.’

‘The topic of one student being engaged to a Muslim came up. It was alleged that you made offensive comments about Islam to that student.’

In the recording, MacDonald can be heard explaining: ‘I said that I was bothered that I could be killed in ten Muslim countries. I’m bisexual. So they’d definitely do that in the ten countries where I would be — you know.’

He continued to clarify that the comments were not targeted at the fellow student’s fiance, but ‘about the religious practices in those countries.’

Later on in the meeting, he asked Dr Browning what would happen to him if his comments were deemed inappropriate again in future.

She stated: ‘We’d put it either before the behavior intervention team or the student conduct board. And we’d ask them to make a recommendation.’

Dr Browning then went on to clarify they would either refer him for counseling. Or they would recommend that he be academically dismissed.


I have an issue with the article’s headline. It is incorrect, the original is; Student ‘forced to leave’ university after saying extremist Islamic groups kill LGBTI people.

1. He was not “forced to leave” he was only made to feel uncomfortable which prompted him to switch schools.

2. The headline implies only “extremist Islamic groups” kill gays. In fact as the article itself states Death for being homosexual is the law in 10 Muslim states. The murder of Gays is sanctioned by Islam, not some imaginary “extremist” Islam.

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No more changes coming to TDSB Islamic guide

The Toronto District School Board will be making no more revisions to its controversial Islamic Heritage Month guidebook, the Sun has learned.

On Wednesday, the Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center for Holocaust Studies (FSWC) sent the TDSB a letter complaining about the guide’s inclusion of the Nation of Islam and leader Malcolm X.

“The Nation of Islam is considered to be a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center and Nation of Islam officials have a documented history of antisemitic rhetoric including Holocaust denial, exaggerating the role of Jews in the slave trade and hateful conspiracy theories about Jewish control of the economy,” the letter from the FSWC states. They urged the board to pull the guidebook and do a full review of its contents.

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The SPLC Attacks a New Film About the Jihad Against Free Speech

With the Pentagon this week dropping the Southern Poverty Law Center’s training materials on “extremism,” it’s understandable that this hard-Left moneymaking and incitement machine would be looking to diversify. But becoming the Siskel and Ebert of the woke set is a career move that must baffle even the most seasoned SPLC-watcher.

The SPLC broke out the popcorn on Monday, giving two thumbs down to the American Freedom Defense Initiative’s new documentary about the global jihad against freedom of speech, Can’t We Talk About This?.

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