23 May 2013

Ask an Islamic "preacher"

When I hear the word preacher, I think Billy Graham... or Martin Luther King. I can't imagine either of them condoning cold-blooded, premeditated slaughter... unlike, say... Anjem Choudary.

"I last saw him in 2011, he was a very nice man with impeccable character and nothing unusual about him. What he did was unusual and it's not the kind of view that I propagate and I do not condone the use of violence, but those views are out there."

"Some members of the Muslim community struggle to express themselves and he is making his voice heard in blood.""
So who, in this mans opinion, are the real culprits?
"If you want to condemn anyone it's the British government, this is one death but if you add up the number of people killed and tortured by the British government it is in the millions."
Who exactly is this man defending? Meet Mikey.
Michael Adebolajo, 28, and his unnamed accomplice are believed to have knocked off duty Drummer Lee Rigby down with a Vauxhall Tigra as he walked back to the Woolwich Barracks at 2.20pm yesterday, crushing his body against a road sign.

Witnesses said the terror suspects then "hacked and chopped" at his body like "crazed animals", before dragging his corpse into the middle of the road leaving a trail of blood.

As they apparently tried to decapitate him they were chanting "Allah Akbar!" – an Islamic phrase meaning "God is great" - and yelling "this is what God would have wanted".
That's one bloodthirsty deity.

Of course, the government does bear some responsibility here...
Government sources confirmed that the names of both suspects were on a list maintained by the security services, but stressed it was unclear what level of surveillance they were under.
Given the twenty minute police response time, I'm gonna venture it was sweet f@%# all.

Remember citizens... in the final analysis, you have to defend yourself and your family.


"Amish. Algerian Amish. The worst of the worst."
Bullets? We don' need no steenkin' bullets.


Anonymous said...

I will go as far to say that England brought this upon themselves. If you let a known thief into your home and he steals from you. Who else is to blame?

Neo Conservative said...

immigration is indeed a double-edged sword. in the 70's when st pierre of quebec threw out the idea of taking only qualified immigrants, he took this road.

i guess the meritocracy was just too politically incorrect.