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Wednesday, 23 January 2013
Muslims Demonstrate In London Against France, England, And All Infidels Bookmark and Share
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Watch, and listen, here.

Don't laugh. Take this seriously. People laughed -- look at "The Great Dictator" --at  Adolf Hitler. Those who knew enough did not laugh. For that laughter, however comforting, was misplaced. Already the entire Western world is less safe, less pleasant, more expensive, for its indigenous non-Muslim populastion, and for other, non-Muslim immigrants, too, because of the large-scale presence of Muslims in our midst.. Some Muslims may speak truthfully about what Islam inculcates, as the Muslims filmed here, while others may pretend that Islam does not inculcate such things; both are promoting the goals of Islam, the first knowingly, the second  out of a desire to protect their position in the West, without giving any thought to the well-being of the Infidels among whom they have been permitted to settle and to whom they feel no duty, apparently, to inform or to otherwise help. They want only to protect themselves and their position, at best, and at worst, they agree with the same goals of Jihad as the people in this video, but prefer to promote it through other means they deem more effective.

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Posted on 01/23/2013 11:00 AM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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23 Jan 2013
Send an emailMary Jackson

The part at 2:55 where the subtitle says "unintelligible" says "I don't think we forgot anything."  (His English isn't great, but I think he means "Don't think we've forgotten".



23 Jan 2013
Send an emailjeffrey fixler

 This plague of Islam must be eradicated from the face of the planet- The longer we wait, the greater the price in blood will be.



25 Jan 2013
Send an emailHesperado

"Some Muslims may speak truthfully about what Islam inculcates, as the Muslims filmed here, while others may pretend that Islam does not inculcate such things; both are promoting the goals of Islam, the first knowingly, the second  out of a desire to protect their position in the West..."

I'd wager the latter also applies to most of the supposedly "lax" and "syncretistic" Malian Muslims, whose generations of enablement of Islam should be held responsible -- to a relevant degree -- for the constant potential for jihadist tinder to kindle aflame.

This doesn't mean we shouldn't support those seemingly un-jihadist Malians against the more blatant ones; only that we should cynically, for our own interests, and not sincerely as though we can sufficiently alter the welter that is Africa Ruined by Islam.





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