Sunday, February 10, 2013

The enemy within

There have been warnings about hate preachers for a number of years now, though the MSM rarely if ever took them seriously. They were far more concerned with the so called 'thugs' of the 'far right' who as any examination of the evidence would show were neither thuggish nor far right in any way shape or form. Perhaps it was that these hate preachers were just preaching to minorities and small minorities at that, plus the groups they were preaching too were voting fodder and so protected by the powers that be under various bits of legislation and political correctness to the point where valid accusations of a two tier system of justice were being levelled at law enforcement and the judiciary. (Look up Emma West still untried after more than a year, still presumed guilty by some despite evidence that she was set up and the evidence edited to suit)
There are people who are out there preaching hate against us, and it's only now just becoming obvious to organisations such as Ofcom that the MSM have occasionally been complicit in helping them reach out to a far wider audience than they would normally be able to get too.
The communications watchdog, Ofcom, has made a series of rulings against channels which allowed “inflammatory” material to be broadcast in breach of rules which forbid extreme opinions gaining a platform on British television. The cases, disclosed today, include examples of an imam telling viewers that those who disrespect the prophet Mohammed should be killed, and another broadcaster saying homosexuals should be beaten and tortured. The stations were found to have committed serious breaches of the broadcasting code by allowing the extreme opinions to be aired unchallenged. Last night experts warned that the extent and seriousness of the broadcasting breaches raises questions over whether extreme Muslim speakers who were previously confined to small audiences in mosques are able to reach thousands more people by broadcasting intolerant teachings on television. Although the channels have tiny audiences compared to the mainstream, they are targeted at Muslim communities, including people of Pakistani background, with some of the content being broadcast in Urdu and other languages.
Now if you or I were to make speeches telling others that gays were to be killed, unbelievers executed and that anyone who insults our religion should be massacred I suspect our feet wouldn't even touch the ground before we found ourselves in a prison cell awaiting trial for 'hate speech'
Just recently Lars Hedegaard a 70 year old European journalist who is critical of Islamic fundamentalism was visited by an assassin at his front door, the attacker was described as foreign looking, however two years ago Hedegaard was put on trial for discussing 'honour killings' in Denmark though the charges were later dismissed though nothing he said would have warranted a trial other than the Danish states attempts to appease.
In our country we have 'shariah' patrols in places like Tower Hamlets where non muslims are told that they are in a muslim area and attacked for 'disrespecting islam, attacks on gays have happened and also on people drinking.A week ago a young woman had acid thrown in her face by a veiled person, her crime? Possibly working for Victoria's Secrets.
For far too long the powers that be and our media have been brushing under the carpet and/or ignoring the hate coming from this minority because it suited their purpose. Oh I'll allow the usual caveats that it's not all the minority etc. But there are those amongst them sucking at a very dangerous extremist poison and are protected by the muslim community as a whole.
Even if we shut down the hate preachers, they'll continue to have their adherents and they now live in numbers amongst us.
If you aren't worried about this, then you should be.

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