Multiculturalism breeds terrorists

Screen Shot 2016-03-22 at 21.32.25And patriotism is left to the savages

In Britain, writes Dalrymple,

patriotism has been left to the brutes: the kind of ignorant savages who tattoo a bulldog on their biceps and Made in England round their nipples, and who in equal measure revolt and terrorise the cheaper resorts of the Mediterranean.

The intellectual’s

equation of patriotism with xenophobia, and pride in past achievement with an arrogant superiority complex, has left a population demoralised and without any belief in its own nation. Orwell saw this happening. It has created a vacuum for the English Defence League to fill.

Many of Britain’s homebred terrorists

are not culturally isolated and alienated figures, cut off from mainstream British life by ghettoes and the multicultural nonsense that leaves them unable to speak English. Nor do they derive their suicidal-utopian fantasies from an unalloyed Islamic tradition. Their utopianism is at least as much secular as it is religious, though their religion is one that lends itself well to political violence.

Many of them are educated,

if attendance at a modern British university counts as an education; they have jobs and prospects. No, they have seen British values and culture close up, or at least what British values and culture have become, and they don’t like them.

They are quite right not to do so.

The fact that their response is grotesquely disproportionate and even more stupid than the culture they despise does not alter the correctness of their apprehension. Better a live slut than a dead pedestrian, say I; that does not make me pro-slut. It means only that I detest terrorism and its works as among the worst of evils.

In reacting as terrorists,

the young Muslims are following Bakunin and the Baader-Meinhof gang as much as the Koran. It is not for nothing that they go to Western universities.

Just because multiculturalism is not a major direct contributor to home-grown terrorism

does not make it right. On the contrary, it is a sentimental and harmful doctrine that turns the mind to mush, is evidence of an underlying indifference to real lives, and is a provider of pseudo-work for lots of people such as community organisers.

Multiculturalists, with their doctrinal sentimentalism,

are seldom interested in the culture of others. Very few of them read books in foreign languages, for example, let alone immerse themselves in the Pali scriptures or the writings of the Sufi. I don’t blame them: it is the work of a lifetime to be able to do so, and we each have only one lifetime, to say nothing of limitations of ability and inclination. But let us at least not pretend that our interest in other cultures extends much beyond their cuisine.

Multiculturalists rejoice at mass, and indiscriminate, immigration,

not because they are admirers of, say, Somali political philosophy, but because they want the culture of their own country to be diluted as much as possible, for only by rejecting what they have inherited do they think they can show their independence of mind and generosity of spirit. Let the heavens fall, so long as I am thought (by my peers) to be a free thinker.

The multicultural mindset or emotionset, characterised as it is by extreme sentimentality,

seems to destroy the critical faculties, if not the brain itself.

Almost by definition, multiculturalists

are not interested in the national interest. The world is their oyster, and they demand that we all swallow it.

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  • Tony nester  On March 23, 2016 at 09:59

    Wonderful and illuminating article.I have met people like this and they hang onto their violent brutishness as a solitary source of pride ,which very often is the only thing which commands any respect from their peers.

  • Liam James Quigley  On December 24, 2016 at 08:28

    I have pondered your article in NER’s Iconoclast about some old fraud and thought it but a pseudonymous cri de couer…..this is still just beating about the bush…

  • iftikhara  On December 25, 2016 at 02:48

    According to the Holy Quran, all children are born Muslims, it is their parents who make them Jew, Christian or others. This is one of the many reasons why now western peoples are reverting to Islam on their own free will. Through out the history, Muslims never forced non-Muslims to accept Islam. This is the main reason why Muslims lost Spain and India.

    The beauty of Islam is that it is a religion which appeals to common sense. There is no blind belief or dogmatism in Islam. The fundamentals of Islam are simple, straightforward and easy to understand.

    If Islam is so bad, then why is it the WORLD’S FASTEST GROWING RELIGION! It is also one of the youngest religions. However no matter how hard everyone tries to give Islam a bad name, it will be twice as more populated. So let’s get straight to the point yeah?, Basically Islam is the most hated religion I don’t know why hmm maybe because it is also the most fastest growing religion and 2nd largest but no one will be able to stop this religion from growing.

    Islam is the fastest growing faith in Britain. Hundreds and thousands of Brits are reverting to Islam. By the middle of this century, over half of Brits would be Muslims.

    “I have always held the religion of Muhammad in high estimation because of its wonderful vitality. It is the only religion which appears to me to
    possess that assimilating capacity to the changing phase of existence which can make itself appeal to every age. I have studied him – the wonderful man and in my opinion for from being an anti-Christ, he must be called the saviour of Humanity. I believe that if a man like him were to assume the
    dictatorship of the modern world, he would succeed in solving its problems in a way that would bring it the much needed peace and happiness: I have prophesied about the faith of Muhammad that it would be acceptable to the Europe of tomorrow as it is beginning to be acceptable to the Europe of today.” [G.B. Shaw, THE GENUINE ISLAM, Vol. No. 81936.]

    In Islam there is no commandment to kill people by making such allegations against them. The cartoonists had exercised their freedom of expression, and freedom of expression is totally allowed in Islam. Even during the Prophet’s time there were several instances of ridicule, however the Prophet and his Companions neither punished such persons nor asked anyone to do so. On every occasion of this kind, the Prophet’s Companions always tried to positively disseminate the message of Islam. They never tried to punish these people. The killing of those people who had published the cartoons is a gravely un-Islamic act in the name of Islam. What did killing Saddam Husain do. What did killing Osama Bin laden do? NOTHING!!!. There is a long line of replacements. I don’t know the answers. He was asked by MI5 to join them…so you know he is working for them.

    Terrorism and sexual grooming is nothing to do with Masajid, Imams and Muslim schools. Those Muslim youths who have been involved in terrorism and sexual grooming are the product of western education system which makes a man stupid, selfish and corrupt. They find themselves cut off from their cultural heritage, literature and poetry. They suffer from identity crises and I blame British schooling.

    Islam will grow despite of strong opposition to Muslims in the west. Islam is not any new religion, Islam means to submit your will to one and true Lord, who is the Lord of the Thrones. Who sent Adam,Abraham,Ishmael,Isaac,Joanna,Lot,Joseph,Moses,Jesus and Muhammad( Peace and blessings of God be on them all),The Quran Honours Mary as the women chosen above women of all the nations and their is a chapter dedicated to her in Quran called chapter 19, Mary and Jesus(Peace be on him) was the mightiest messengers of God, he was born miraculously without any male intervention, he healed all the blind and sick by God’s Permission. And no Muslim is a Muslim if he does not believe in Jesus Christ as the messenger of God, and Jesus is coming back to this world, and this is our emaan our faith. Jesus says in the Bible that” on that day many will come to me and say, “Lord have we not done mighty works in thy name, in thy name cast out devils. Jesus says” You evil people depart from me, I never knew you”.

    Islam is a religion of peace love and JUSTICE. Muslims don’t and should not prove their innocence who believe that Islam is a violent religion. ISLAM today and after 9/11 has been the fastest growing religion in the WORLD. To be honest, nobody like unpeaceful religion… it seems that its impossible to gain billions of followers if a prophet was evil.. and it has decline the number of Christianity in the world.. Judaism as well.. the only war today was due to people that are greedy for power.. but in majority of Muslims view, politics is only for man who wants to challenge his life. Most of us don’t like politics because later you would be put in trial in front of God. Ordinary Muslims prefer to be away from it..

    Allah our God said in Quran: “When You Are Greeted, Answer With A More Courteous Greeting, Or At Least Of Equal Degree.” (Surah 4: Ayah 86) Islam teach us ”to treat people the way we love to be treated” That what Mohammed peace be upon him said. and He also said ”Shall I tell you something which, if you did, you would love each other? Spread the greeting of peace between yourselves” all I am kindly saying that Islam is really a peaceful religion, please do not judge it before you understand it. If you want to learn about Islam, just read the Quran for yourself and look at Muhammad’s life and what he’s done. Islam is peace it never encourages violent in any way. Islam encourages self defence.

    The Crusades were started by Christians in their desire to have sole control over the Holy Land and by the desire of the Pope, Urban II, to unite the Roman Catholic and Orthodox Church after the schism of 1054, against a common enemy, which was Islam, the Christian Crusaders had no desire to share the Holy land with anyone, in contrast under Muslim rule Jerusalem was a multicultural city with Muslim, Christian and Jewish communities, Jewish communities who had been invited back to Jerusalem by Muslims after the eviction of the Byzantine Empire and its anti-Semitic ban on Jews entering the city which had been imposed by the Romans after the Collapse of the Temple. Jews helped to defend the city alongside Muslims against the crusader army before they were massacred alongside the Muslims by the Crusaders. The Crusades aim was to capture the Holy land from the Muslim Arabs solely for Christianity, it was an act of imperialism, racism and Barbarism that the modern Western world is rightly ashamed of and now rejects, for you to seek to justify it is beyond belief, oh and btw the Mosque you are referring to in Jerusalem is the Al-Aqsa Mosque which was built on the temple mount, a site sacred to Jews that was destroyed by the Romans which has nothing to do with Christianity, and yes Christians subjected Jews to centuries of violent anti-Semitism, particularly during the inquisition when Jews and Muslims had to convert or otherwise leave, or stay and be burned at the stake as heretics.

  • LK  On December 25, 2016 at 03:54

    ” Islam is the most hated religion I don’t know why” – let me give you some examples: Berlin 3 days ago, Brussels & Paris not long time ago, mass rapes in Sweden, Germany & Austria, No-go zones. Plus Mohammad being a pedophile, women treated as slaves, beheadings. Just look at any country that has Islam as a major religion – all of them being 3rd World countries because of that “religion” – it is not even a religion, it is an entire political system that brainwash people and poisons their minds so that they are unable to create or achieve anything else than rapes and praying to their pedophile prophet 6 times a day. Give me a fucking brake.

  • Bill  On December 25, 2016 at 05:03

    There are none so rabidly committed as the convert. Anyone who doubts this need only TRY to wade through iftikhara’s ramblings.

    • iftikhara  On December 26, 2016 at 03:16

      Truth is always bitter. The personality of Muhammad (PBUH) is significant not only for the reason that he is followed by 2,786,635 people in UK, about 44,138,000 in European
      Union and approximately 1.6 billion people across the world. His significance really lies in his teachings which are based on peace, forbearance, tolerance, co-existence and community cohesion—the themes which are so relevant and significant to our British Society and modern world today.

      800 years since the sealing of Magna Carta Charter. I want to bring it to your attention that Muhammad (PBUH) on 6th March 632 delivered a sermon (Khutba Hajatul Wada) which could be narrated as first declaration of Human Rights. In the sermon Prophet Muhammad clearly stated that all human beings are equal, racial supremacy is unacceptable, women have rights, socio-economic inequality is contemptible and should be confronted.

      It is very unfortunate that Muhammad’s religion, Muhammad’s theology, Muhammad’s message is being misrepresented and misinterpreted today by
      few groups. The rise of the barbaric terrorists of ISIS in Iraq and Syria is a stigma on the name of Islam. I fully agree with what Right Honourable Lord Nazir Ahmed has just said before me that ISIS is neither Islamic nor a state. The maniac has already killed thousands of Muslims as it considers other Muslims who do not follow their interpretation —Sunnis, Shias, Sufis, and similar groups within Islam—to be non-Muslims and therefore enemies. Throughout the recent months the captured fighters – and non-combatants – were shot or decapitated by ISIS, their deaths recorded in grisly videos which inspire fear and revulsion among opponents. The ISIS has clearly ignored the saying of Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H.) which suggests “The Believers, in their mutual love, mercy and compassion, are like one body: if one organ complained, the rest of the body develops a fever.” In light of core Islamic texts, the act of inciting terror in the hearts of defenceless civilians, the destruction of building and properties, the bombing and defacement of innocent men, women, and children, are all forbidden and are culpable, hateful acts according to Islam. I want to reiterate what Right Honourable MP, George Galloway has said in his speech that one should not jump to demonise Islam due to these despotic acts of ISIS.

      It is also unfortunate that limitless freedom of speech in some of our neighbouring countries has hurt the Muslim religious sentiments across the world by publishing the obscene and racially aggravated cartoons of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). However, it is indeed a matter of great satisfaction that Britain unlike its neighbouring country has a very strong legislation in place to prevent the ‘obscenity’ and ‘racism’ in media. On this occasion….I would like to request the Muslim faith leaders to engage with the Muslim Youth to prevent them from engaging in extremist activities ……community leaders should stop exploring the ‘business opportunities’ in unfortunate happenings. It is about time that majority of peace loving main stream Muslims should come forward to confront the handful of extremists who misrepresent our faith.

      The land of Charlie Hebdo that in 1854, famous
      French author, poet and Politician, Alphonse Marie Lamartine, wrote about Muhammad (PBUH) in his well-known Histoire de la Turquie:
      “if greatness of purpose, smallness of means, and astounding results are the three criteria of human genius, who could dare to compare any great man in modern history with Muhammad? Of all standards by which human greatness can be measured, we may well ask … is there any man greater than Mohammed?”

      I would like to conclude with the words of our great fellow country man and co-founder of the London School of Economics, George Bernard Shaw, who wrote in 1936 : “He (Muhammad) must be called the Saviour of Humanity. I believe that if a man like him were to assume the sovereignty of the modern world, he would succeed in solving its problems in a way that would bring it much needed peace and happiness”.

  • Joxua Luxor  On December 26, 2016 at 08:00

    Reblogged this on Thought Uncommon.

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