Category Archives: Islam’s Useful Idiot Apologists

Danish school cancels Christmas to avoid ‘preaching’ to non-Christian children

Syria Week at the same Danish school.

Parents of local children, education officials and leading Danish politicians have criticized a primary school after it chose to cancel the traditional Christmas service, due to the presence of students of immigrant backgrounds.

“We took the decision because we have children who are not Protestant,” Marianne Vederso Schmidt, the head of Gribskolen in Graested, a town of fewer than 5,000 people in eastern Denmark, wrote in an intranet posting earlier this month.

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UK church holds joint birthday celebration for Muhammad and Jesus

Mawlid (or Milad) is the Islamic festival commemorating the birthday of Mohammed. The only thing it has in common with Christmas is that it isn’t actually the day the celebrated baby was born. Yet All Saints Church in Kingtson upon Thames thinks there’s an interfaith syncretised opportunity to be found in holding a joint birthday celebration for both Mohammed and Jesus – so they put the flags out for both, rejoicing in both, eulogising both, solemnising both, glorifying both, honouring both…

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What if Catholics espoused what radical Islamists do?

Australia – Peaceful Islamists Protest

From our American friend John Gilmore at alphanews, reporting from India:

The Regressive Left immediately paints any criticism of Islam as racist (it is a religion, not a race but liberals only have that one, worn out card to play) and call any critic a bigot. Mind you, if Catholicism taught what Mohammed and the Koran teach, they’d condemn it in a flash. This is the hypocrisy with which we are faced and to which, fortunately, we are increasingly impervious when called bigoted. Honesty is not bigotry. More.

Reality check: True, but the “Regressive Left” are not afraid of Catholics. Catholics usually just stumble, crumble, apologize, stop going to Mass and vote for oppression.

See also: Left-wing evangelicals still stupefied over Trump win. They didn’t hesitate to support a president who was “pro-choice” on third-trimester abortions.

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Submission – The danger of political Islam to Canada – (With a warning to America)

A new book by Tom Quiggin 

“It is the nature of Islam to dominate, not be dominated.” – Hassan al-Banna, founder of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Violent and non-violent Islamist ideologies are destroying Canada’s social fabric and freedoms. Terrorism is but one tactic of this ideology. It remains important to defeat terrorists, but the multi-faceted invasive Islamist ideology is the existential threat to Canada. As the foreword by Raheel Raza highlights “Islamist extremism will be to the 21st Century what fascism and communism were to the 20th Century.”

This is the first book published in Canada which exposes this ideology and the leading Islamist front groups. The problem has become acute, as many Canadian politicians have adopted a policy of appeasement and submission to the Islamist threat. The Islamists, who would impose their interpretation of a politicized Islam over a democratic and secular society by law, are on the march in Canada. The M-103 Parliamentary Motion on Islamophobia, put forth by Member of Parliament Iqra Khalid, is one visible manifestation of these veiled attacks driven by a network of Islamist groups. At this time, advocating violence is increasingly being normalized while dissent is being criminalized.

The book will also examine how Prime Minister Trudeau has been a consistent supporter of the Islamist cause, while at the same time ignoring reformist Muslims and working against Canadian values.”

(I just bought the Kindle version)

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Vilifying the Counterjihadists

“That’s a really good one,” the clerk told me.

Simen Ekern’s Folket, Det Er Meg (I Am the People)

I was the only customer in the bookstore, and when he’d seen me paging through a slim new volume about the current wave of “populism” in Europe, he’d left his cash register, walked over to me, and begun waxing enthusiastic about it. He explained that he was just about finished reading it, and he repeated, not once but twice, that it was just plain terrific.

It was last Friday, and I was at the Oslo Airport, and he turned out not to have in stock the book I was looking for, so I bought the one he recommended: Simen Ekern’s Folket, Det Er Meg (I Am the People). I was struck by buyer’s remorse even before I’d actually paid for it – first, because, even with today’s strong dollar, it cost the equivalent of $42 (welcome to the land of state-mandated book prices), and second, because on the way to the sales counter I’d recognized Ekern’s name. Within a week after July 22, 2011 – the day Anders Behring Breivik massacred seventy-seven people in and near Oslo, proclaiming that he was motivated by hostility to Europe’s Islamization – Ekern, then a staffer at the newspaper Dagbladet, argued passionately that critics of Islam shared blame for the murders. My name led his list. He questioned our right to freedom of speech, because “our society is not improved by cultivating ever more ‘honest’ and ‘brave’ warlike Crusader rhetoric directed against Islam.”

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Quebec-based Whiners hope to have Pamela Geller barred from Canada

“…The Quebec-based Groupe de recherche sur l’extrême droite et ses allié-e-s (GREDA), is calling on the federal government to deny Geller entry into Canada, describing her in an open letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen and Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale as an “Islamophobe propagandist.”

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Still Blind After All These Years

The real lesson of Trump’s retweet of Britain First videos.

President Trump last week retweeted some videos posted by England’s Britain First party, and the usual suspects fell all over themselves condemning the president in an orgy of mass virtue-signaling. The usual question-begging epithets flew thick and fast: “racist,” “fascist,” “hateful,” “bigotry,” Islamophobic,” “extremist,” “far-right,” all the dull clichés trotted out to mask the chronic appeasement of Islamic jihad on the part of bipartisan internationalists.

The uproar over Trump’s actions confirms that the willful blindness of most Western leaders over the reality of Islamic violence continues to weaken our response to the jihadist threat.

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There’s nothing Islamophobic about arresting ISIS fighters

According to Canadian intelligence agencies, at least 250 Canadian citizens have traveled to Syria and Iraq to fight for the terrorist organization ISIS and at least 60 of those have returned to Canada.

The terrorist threat to Canada posed by these extremists is obvious. However, even if they do not commit new acts of violence in our country it remains the case that these individuals broke the law by travelling to another country for the purposes of committing an act of terror.

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Declaring War on Trump’s Truthful Tweets

As many Americans will know, the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, said that Donald Trump was “wrong” to retweet the videos which had previously been tweeted by the political group, Britain First. Indeed, Britain’s ambassador to Washington, Sir Kim Darroch, said he has raised the Government’s concerns with the White House.

PM May said that Britain First is a “hateful organisation.” Nonetheless, she didn’t have anything to say about the content of the videos themselves.

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Everything you need to know about Daesh ‘returnees’ (including that it’s not illegal to simply join Daesh)

Debate about how to combat terrorism has been one of the world’s most politically fraught issues since Al Qaeda crashed four planes into American targets on Sept. 11, 2001, killing nearly 3,000.

Politics aside, the case of the 22-year-old woman from Quebec, and her 2-year-old daughter and newborn girl, is about Canadian law and the best way to ensure security while also reintegrating a radicalized Canadian citizen.

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MALCOLM: ‘Chill out’ about jihadists? Nonsense

Islamic State terrorists are back in Canada, and the Trudeau government doesn’t seem to have a clue how to handle the situation. This cluelessness was on display in Question Period last week when Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer asked Prime Minister Justin Trudeau how many ISIS jihadists were back in Canada. 

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