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Muslim Menace: We’re All “Racists;” and, According To a Tunisian Politician, Muslim Culture is a Parasitic Blight

Just a couple of short videos amongst many things I read and watched over the week.

The first is by Paul Weston, a British politician and blogger.

Paul Martin Laurence Weston (born 1965) is a British politician, chairman of Liberty GB and parliamentary candidate. An activist and blogger, Weston joined the UK Independence Party (UKIP) in 2010 and stood as a Parliamentary candidate for Cities of London and Westminster. In 2011, Weston left UKIP and joined the now-defunct British Freedom Party with members of the English Defence League and former members of the British National Party (BNP).[1] For Liberty GB, he was a candidate for South East England in the 2014 European election[2] and for Luton South in the 2015 general election. He came last, with 158 votes (0.4%).[3]

He is married to an immigrant from Romania.[4][5] He was the President of the English branch of the International Free Press Society founded in 2009.[6]

He was arrested in 2014 for quoting Winston Churchill. Same book and passage I’ve previously quoted, here recently and also twelve years ago, in 2004.

The takeaway point here, beyond a very good foundational explanation of exactly why he holds these views and is speaking out about the primitive, savage cesspool of pig excrement that is the Islamic culture IN GENERAL, is his willingness to just accept all the pejorative terms, like “racist,” over which the multicultural left have labored for decades to blur all meaningful distinction—such that all one need to is use any fact, no matter how out of context, to label someone or some thing some “very bad thing,” and all critical thought automatically shuts down.

This is understandable, since the Usual Suspects of The Left—along with its hordes of Useful Idiots—really can’t deal in critical thought.

Next up, believe it or not, are dead-on, 100% accurate excerpts from a sermon in a New Jersey Mosque. Yea leftist morons, this is really how fucking stupid and uniformed you are, blathering on and on with the multicultural regurgitate you got spoon fed in some Womyn’s Studies class somewhere. You fuckers are truly pathetic. I’ve got nothing but scorn for you, in the crudest terms possible, as a few loathsome creeps in my comment section just found out.

The video is titled: Top Tunisian Islamic Politician Mourou in New Jersey Sermon: U.S. Muslims Should Serve as Beacon and Model for Islamic World.

This is pristine to me, in every detail, and you know why? At least in the excerpted portions, he does not address the religious aspects of their Islamic political/religious culture (Islam is not a religion, you too-dumb wastes-of-oxygen of the left, it’s a 7th Century imperial, conquering culture; and just like all of them back then, is thoroughly couched in the trappings of some terrible and vengeful goD without a single whiff of enlightenment ideas.). Instead, he focusses on modernization, not by abandoning or even “liberalizing” their faith, but by embracing the production and trade of material values essential for the health and well being of individuals and society, at all levels.

He’s talking getting educations, jobs, and being entrepreneurs and industrialists. Basically, creating and making shit. It’s a sensible message, since it’s wedge driving in the sense that nothing tends to [classically] liberalize individuals, cultures, and societies quite like skin in the game, and once that trickles down a few generations, game over, cats out of bags, all over.

Here’s the transcript, for the benefit of a world full of Moron Leftist Multicultural Regurgitators (MLMRs):

During a January 1, 2016 Friday sermon in New Jersey, cleric Abdelfattah Mourou bemoaned the state of the Islamic nation today, with its high rate of illiteracy and lack of scientific achievements. “I believe that you have a role to play,” he told the congregation at the Islamic Center of Passaic County, in Patterson, NJ. American Muslims “should be able to instill new hope, and to serve as a beacon and a model for our nation in slumber, far away.” Mourou, who is Vice-President of the Tunisian Parliament and was the co-founder of the Ennahdha Party, called upon Muslims in the U.S. to become “full citizens” and participate in the decision-making, while respecting others.

Abdelfattah Mourou: “We, the Islamic nation, are supposed to ask ourselves: ‘Where are we today?’ Your prophet left you as a power in this world, as ‘the best nation that ever appeared in this world.’ You built academies, universities, and roads. You produced scholars of physics, chemistry, medicine, mathematics, and optics. You made discoveries for the benefit of Mankind. For seven centuries, Islam provided knowledge and lore for humanity. Where is your knowledge and lore today, oh Muslims? Today, the Muslims are living in an era when everything they wear, from head to toe, is made by others. This cap was made in New Zealand. These glasses were made in Austria. This microphone was made in America. This watch was made in Switzerland, and my shoes were made in Italy. The wool of this robe came from Britain. My brothers, we do not own anything in our lives. Why do you raise your hands in prayer, asking Allah to grant ‘victory to Islam and the Muslims’? Victory over whom exactly? Why should you be victorious? Allah speaks about ‘evil deeds out of ignorance’? 30% of Muslims cannot read or write. We cannot take pride in a single university in the (Muslim) world for producing minds that move the world forward. We are a nation that does not read or write. Today is the first day of the new year. With all due respect, has anyone here read a single book (in the past year)? We do not read, and we do not teach our wives to read. Our sons do not read either. On average, an Arab reads 0.79 books a year – that’s three quarters of a book – while in Japan, they read 80 books every two years. So how can we expect to be like the Japanese? How can I expect to be like the Americans who have learned to read and plan their lives carefully? We, on the other hand, live our lives randomly, by whims and emotions?”

[…]

“I am addressing the sons of America. You are Americans. I am proud to be speaking to you. You live in a country established on the basis of experience, and the accumulation of knowledge. Here, they benefit from every person who enters the country. Those who built New Jersey cam from Jersey in Britain, the city of textile. They came here and built Jersey, and they built York next to it. They named them New York and New Jersey. They brought their factories with them, and this land welcomed them. The local Indians were joined by the English, the French, the Italians, the Poles and the Germans. They built this important civilization, of which we are proud, because it benefits humanity. This civilization was built upon knowledge and science, and on drawing upon the experience of others. I am proud that you, as Americans, have come to this mosque, because I believe that you have a role to play. You should be able to instill new hope, and to serve as a beacon and a model for our nation in slumber, far away. The Muslims today are in a slumber.

[…]

“If the Islamic nation does not have doctors of the highest professional caliber, then the Islamic nation, as a collective, is in a state of sin. If the Islamic nation has no producers of missiles, then the Islamic nation, as a collective, is in a state of sin. If the Islamic nation has no manufacturers of cellphones, then the Islamic nation, as a collective, is in a state of sin. Today, we are living in complete sin, but we do not talk about it.

[…]

“Make yourselves full citizens of this country, the law of which does not prevent you from becoming full citizens. This country respects you and your faith. Practice your faith, but exercise your citizenship as well. Play an active role in this society. Don’t be a burden on it. You cannot claim to be passive Muslims, uninvolved in policy-making, but when people curse us and say all kinds of things about us, start crying, wash your hands of them, and say: ‘Oh people, protect us from them. They want to drive us out of their land, to place us in confinement and to purge America of us.’ Why do you say this? Because you have forgotten to join the decision-making. You live in a country in which citizenship means participation and action. You have the right to be full citizens, but you must respect those who differ from you in their religion, in their political inclination, and in their choices, because citizenship is a mosaic that brings together a variety of colors. It is your duty to be one of these colors, to be a prominent color.

[…]

“(Oh Allah,) protect this country, with its Muslims and non-Muslims. Do not let them experience evil or hostility, oh Lord of the Worlds. Make our countries safe, along with all the other countries, so we are not stricken with evil, oh Lord of the Worlds. We do not wish evil upon ourselves or upon others.”

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12 Comments

  1. Karl on February 6, 2016 at 12:48

    Never trust a cleric, and particularly not a muslim cleric coming to preach in the US. He knows every word he says will be monitored. And though he seems to be advocating an industrialization revolution in islam, to me the key of his speech is : “Because you have forgotten to join the decision-making. You live in a country in which citizenship means participation and action. ” In other words, be patient morons, get into this society at all levels, become leading members of the decision making process and THEN!

  2. Richard Nikoley on February 6, 2016 at 13:55

    I haven’t looked into his background, but he’s listed as a politician, not cleric.

    At any rate, words mean things, no matter who says them.

    • Amy on February 9, 2016 at 14:09

      Taqiyya. It’s sad that we always have to suspect it, but it’s part of the doctrine and therefore always a consideration. Words for Muslims, especially words critical of Islam, do not necessarily mean the same thing they do for Westerners.

  3. Karl on February 6, 2016 at 14:32

    Oh, he’s a politician, then we can trust everything he says! 🙂 And a lawyer too! Even better!
    Seriously, I hope you are right that he and his words are genuine.

    • Richard Nikoley on February 6, 2016 at 15:43

      Not really my point.

      He’s not a cleric, so that part’s covered. His message is pretty sensible. Get to producing stuff. Valid scolding.

      I don’t think anyone’s going to be complaining if, rather than spending all their time in Mosques and agitating, more were focused on producing things and trading them with others.

      Consider the Jews. Their ancient religion and texts are a goofy as a football bat, but sometime long ago, they became more of a merchant society and got so damn good at it they were ultimately blamed for everyone’s problems…not over their lunacy texts, because of their business acumen and work ethic (excepting Saturday).

      Interestingly, perhaps it’s that observant Jews are so damn strict about the Sabbath that they generally work so well the rest of the time.

      • stilweerstand on February 24, 2016 at 08:56

        “It’s cool for me to criticize Muslims ’cause I make the right noises about Jews.”

        A+.



      • Richard Nikoley on February 24, 2016 at 10:22

        “I lie and put things in quotes that people did not actually say.”

        F-



  4. king of the one eyed people on February 7, 2016 at 08:57

    Jews have good work ethic, strong family values and an honourable business acumen. I know as l do business with the Jewish a lot even though I am not one.

  5. Todd on February 8, 2016 at 01:17

    Stephan Molyneux is good on the topic.

  6. Paul on February 13, 2016 at 07:04

    Let me see if I have this correct; everyone has to be on the left or the right. Is that accurate? No one has opinions that don’t fall neatly into one box or the other because no one can truly think for themselves? If you’re on the left you’re a liberal moron and if you’re on the right you’re conservative hillbilly; no room for ambiguity whatsoever. To have that right or are some of my epiphets off?

    • Richard Nikoley on February 13, 2016 at 07:19

      No, you don’t have it correct.

  7. Etienne on February 19, 2016 at 10:18

    Here’s what’s happening lately in Canada. It’s in French but I hope a good translating app can do a proper translation.

    http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/education/201602/18/01-4952337-tensions-et-intimidation-au-college-de-maisonneuve.php

    Quebec is usually a lot less tolerant than Canada’s other provinces towards this kind of shit. I am really tired of hearing about these fuckers.

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