Tuesday, 9 October 2007

Fascist thugs threaten SIOE demonstrators

Last week, I alerted readers to the demo that Stop the Islamisation of Europe plans to hold in London on October 26th. Well, it seems that some Muslim contributors to the Muslim Public Affairs Committee UK's forums have also got wind of the demonstration, and one of them started a comments thread on the subject.

Some of the comments are perfectly harmless, albeit utterly delusional. One commenter even compares Muslims who oppose SIOE to Burmese monks who marched to oppose the military junta ruling their country. Because, of course, opposing the SIOE demonstrators carries with it the risk of being rounded up and imprisoned or killed, doesn't it? Various other commenters accuse SIOE of being fascists and racists.

But among these generally harmless examples of common or garden Islamic lunacy, are some somewhat less peaceable offerings. Consider, for example, this comment, from "venceremos":
...these racist Islamophobes should either be banned from marching or challenged.

They must not be allowed the opportunity to hide behind the freedom of speech to spread their vile poison.
By which he means, they must not be allowed the opportunity to exercise free speech.
If they can get away with marching in London this time, they'll be back --cowards that they are-- in larger numbers the next time.

London Jews learned that in the 'thirties and confronted Moseley's [sic] thugs in Cable Street in 1936. The Nazis were given a good duffing-up and never reared their ugly heads in Britain again.

This new generation of white supremacists are no different. You either stamp them out or they'll spread like an uncontrolled virus.
So, once again we see the lie that anyone who opposes Islam is a "white supremacist" and a "Nazi" blackshirt. At the same time, Muslims are equivalent, not only to Burmese monks, but also to Cable Street Jews. One wonders whether there has ever been an oppressed group to whom Muslims will not compare themselves? Other than the many groups who have been oppressed by Muslims, of course.

However, of rather greater importance is the fact that this thug appears to be advocating violence against peaceful demonstrators. Possibly even lethal violence: I'd be interested to know what it was, precisely, that he meant by "stamp them out".

Since this comment has been allowed to remain on the MPACUK forum, can we assume that it is endorsed by this Islamic organisation? After all, even the most ardent advocates of online free speech tend to draw the line at threats of violence.

Certainly, it seems that at least some of the MPACUK forum's other commenters agreed with "venceremos". Not one of them condemned him for the threat of violence, and at least one other commenter, "IbnTamiyya", agreed with him:
Yes brtoher [sic]! These people need to be taight [sic] a lesson.

We should take a lesson from the [inappropriate language]and sort these kuffars ourselves. The british government and police will not do it for us as they agree with everything these [inappropriate language]say and do.
This post had been edited by a forum moderator, to remove the "inappropriate language". What that inappropriate language was, I don't know. In the context, I'd imagine that the first instance contained some form of derogatory reference to Jews, but I really can't guess at what the second "inappropriate" phrase might have been. I also note, that while the moderator was quick to remove "inappropriate language", he did nothing to restrict or oppose the expression of views supporting violence against peaceful protesters. Nor did he deem the obviously threatening phrase "sort these kuffars" to be inappropriate. Again I ask, does MPACUK endorse threats of this nature?

As I mentioned above, the commenters at MPACUK repeatedly denounced the supporters of SIOE as being fascists and Nazis. However, I would say, that while there is an abundance of fascism on display in the comments quoted, absolutely none of it is coming from SIOE. On the contrary, it is coming from Muslim commenters, who, rather like the Burmese junta, wish to violently suppress the exercise of free speech by those who oppose them. It is because of people like these, that it is imperative that we do all that we can to resist the Islamification of Britain.

7 comments:

Ultraviolets said...

"As I mentioned above, the commenters at MPACUK repeatedly denounced the supporters of SIOE as being fascists and Nazis. "

So what was 7/7 if it wasn't fascist?

Cassandra said...

Hi,
"Venceremos" is a Marxist victory yell stemming from the revolutionaries in Chile. It's my belief your commenter may be one of a contingent of 'revleft' advocates and facilitators that inhabit Muslim cyberspace with the purpose of agitating and setting Muslims against 'rightwing' Westerners, like the SIOE. They lash out against 'fasc' [sic] in the most vile, fascist terms imaginable. They are totally deluded, but not a little dangerous as they stir the pot. I had an experience with them here:
http://millennium-notes.blogspot.com/2007/09/of-free-range-porc-return-of-talibs-mum.html
They are also so-called 'journalists' who publish agitating stuff in Islamic newspapers and websites. These people are really very dangerous.
Good luck and cheers.
Cassandra

MrSmith said...

Why couldn't these thugs time their threats better? The Orange Box is coming out soon, I don't want to have to invest in body armour as well!

Ultraviolets said...

Ya totally Cassandra. It seems those creeps worship strength and domination - kinda like fascists.

Fulham Reactionary said...

Ultraviolets:

"So what was 7/7 if it wasn't fascist?"

A heartwarming display of cultural diversity. Only a wicked Islamophobe could call it anything else!

Cassandra:

Thanks for that information. I had wondered whether this person might possibly be a leftist rather than a Muslim: in other comments he endlessly goes on about the need to form an alliance of Muslims and "anti-fascists", and also alleged that SIOE were part of a global capitalist conspiracy. So, an all-purpose nutter, rather than a purely Islamic one.

Anonymous said...

I think a simple comparison of the placards at the SIOE demo, compared to those at the muslim demo agains Danish cartoons, shows where "fascism" lies. The SIOE demo had no "behead" and "Exterminate" placards. How utterly ironic that some muslims would compare themselves to Jews, when Jews have been persecuted for 14 centuries in the name of islam, starting with the "prophet", all this while the story of "Hitler and the mufti" (and the muslim SS divisions) is left rather undocumented, and certainly never exposed in mainstream European media. Those who want to know more may google "Haj Amin Al Husseini", "Handschar", "Said Ramadan", "Arafat Al Husseini", Hitler Al Husseini" "Muslim brotherhood" or other word associations for details!

Yorkshirelass said...

AND THESE BELOW ARE THE GUYS THAT OUR GOVERNMENT SAY..THEY CAN DO BUSINESS WITH...SO MUCH SO THEY EMPLOY THEM AT THE HOME AND FOREIGN OFFICE.
MPACUK OUGHT TO START LOOKING AT THEMSELVES IN THE MIRROR. THEN THERE THEY WILL SEE THE REAL NAZIS!
RED KEN TRIED TO BAN THE DEMO.IT'S OK FOR MUSLIMS BUT NOT SIOE.MAYOR@LONDON.GOV.UK
HE ASKED FOR OBJECTIONS TO POUR IN...
WELL MINE JUST WENT...RED KEN AGAINST A TRUE RED WHITE AND BLUE PATRIOT..NO CONTEST!
From The Muslim Brotherhood to the Third Reich
Amin Al-Husseini / Adolf Hitler Connection

1933-2002

1933

Hitler Finds Arab Support [xiii]
Arab Nazi political groups [xiv] spring up throughout Middle East:

. Young Egypt. Led by Muslim Brotherhood member Abdul Gamal Nasser (future Egyptian President). Young Egypt’s political slogan “One Folk, One Party, One Leader” is a direct translation from German of Nazi slogan.

. Social Nationalist Party in Syria. Led by Anton Saada [xv] (known as the Syrian Fuhrer)

1936

Husseini Meets Hitler’s banker
Francois Genoud [xvi] , later known as the Swiss Banker of the Hitler’s Third Reich, travels to Palestine to meet Amin Al-Husseini for the first time. Their relationship will continue well into the 1960’s.

1936

Palestine Riots

Weapon of Choice

Suicide Squads

Muslim Leaders assassinated


Amin Al Husseini in Jerusalem during 1936 Riots


Amin Al-Husseini is main organizer of riots. [xvii] He organizes suicide squads against the local authorities. Applies Nazi methodology of “systematic extermination” of any Arab suspected of less than total loyalty to Pan-Islamic vision of Muslim Brotherhood.

Any “non-Islamic” element is a threat to his Pan-Islamic vision.

Many Muslim and Christian Palestinian intellectual leaders and clerics assassinated for protesting Husseini’s Islamic terror.

1936-1938. Murdered by Husseini’s men:

Sheikh Daoud Ansari ( Imam of Al Aqsa Mosque), Sheikh Ali Nur el Khattib (Al Aqsa Mosque), Sheikh Nusbi Abdal Rahim (Council of Muslim Religious Court), Sheikh Abdul el Badoui (Acre, Palestine), Sheikh El Namouri (Hebron), Nasr El Din Nassr (Mayor of Hebron). Between Feb. 1937 and Nov 1938, Eleven (11) Mukhtars (community leaders) and their entire families slain by Amin al Husseini’s men.

1937

On Hitler’s Payroll
Amin Al-Husseini visits Jerusalem German Consul. He meets SS Hauptschanfuehrer A.Eichman and SS Oberscherfuehrer H. Hagen to discuss “the Jewish question”. [xviii] Amin Al-Husseini subsequently receives financial and military aid from Nazi Germany. [xix] [xx]

1941

Mufti Joins Hitler In

Jihad against Britain


Amin Al-Husseini arrives in Rome, where he meets fascist leader Benito Mussolini, the genocidal butcher of Ethiopians in Africa. Mussolini vows to help the Palestinian cause against the Jews. From Rome, Husseini declares Fatwa-Jihad [xxi] against Britain. He preaches the notion of Pan-Islamism, with vision of Muslim unity to further his cause.