Jihad Watch : Munchenfez : Shariah May is the cupidist stunt ever to sit on 10 Downing Street. Even more so than the Diot who preceeded Comoron. She is either sold out to the doctrine which makes her a traitor or unaware which makes her totally unfit for office she infests. Someone please rid us of this useless cow.
May gave a very similar speech in December 2016. This one is just recycled, but she included in it the same libel of me that she put in the first one. “And I acted to keep those who peddle hatred and extremism out of our
country. I kicked out Abu Hamza and Abu Qatada. I stopped Pamela
Geller, Robert Spencer and Pastor Terry Jones – because Islamophobia
comes from the same wellspring of hatred.
And I stopped people like
Dieudonne coming to Britain. Because nothing excuses antisemitism – not
comedy, not satire, not even irony. Antisemitism is just hatred. And it
is just wrong.”
So as far as May is concerned, Pamela Geller and I are the “Islamophobic” equivalents of Abu Hamza and Abu Qatada. Abu Hamza is in solitary confinement
in a super-max U.S. for, among other things, conspiring to set up a
training camp for jihad terrorists in Bly, Oregon.
Abu Qatada was convicted of plotting the jihad massacre of Americans and Israelis in Jordan.
Now have I plotted to fly a jetliner into Big Ben, or blow myself up
in a crowd of Britons? No, I’ve never plotted, called for or approved of
any kind of terrorist or vigilante violence against anyone. And thus
May’s speaking of me as the flip side of Abu Hamza and Abu Qatada is
beyond outrageous: it’s so ridiculous that it should lead any competent
member of the British Parliament to question not only her fitness to
remain in office, but her sanity.
“Islamophobia,” she says, of which I am guilty and thus barred from
the U.K., “comes from the same wellspring of hatred” as anti-Semitism.
And so she is boasting to a Jewish group about banning me, a
wholehearted supporter of Israel, and Pamela Geller, a Jewish woman,
from Britain, and then claiming that she is against anti-Semitism. Pull
my other leg.
Her implication is that “anti-Muslim rhetoric” — that is, public
discussion of the jihad threat and what can be done about it — leads
inexorably to the demonization of Muslims and ultimately to genocide.
This is ridiculous, overheated rhetoric that only hinders the prospects
of any genuine discussion of the salient issues, and that is probably
the goal all along. The purpose of May’s equivalence of “Islamophobia”
with anti-Semitism is designed to intimidate people into thinking that
criticism of Islamic jihad terror and Sharia oppression of women, gays,
and others leads to the concentration camps, and thus there must be no
criticism of these things.
The unstated assumption is that if one group
was unjustly accused of plotting subversion and violence, and was
viciously persecuted and massacred on the basis of those false
accusations, then any group accused of plotting subversion and violence
must be innocent, and any such accusation must be in service of
preparing for their subversion and massacre.
This is simply a method to foreclose on any criticism of jihad terror
and Sharia oppression.
By equating me with jihad terrorists, May is
essentially saying that opposing jihad terror is as bad as plotting
jihad terror. And that is exactly how May is acting now in her shabby
little police state: British authorities are hounding and persecuting
foes of jihad terror, while jihad preachers roam free and act with
impunity. How will Britain look in five years, or ten, as this
Future generations of free Britons, if there are any, will
curse the name of Theresa May, as one of the chief betrayers of their
nation. “PM’s speech at the United Jewish Israel Appeal dinner: 17 September 2018,” Gov.uk, September 17, 2018 (thanks to the Geller Report):