Category: Islam

March 10, 2009

Is Islam Killing Free Speech?

Well, no, not yet. But they’re trying their damnedest…

October 8, 2008

A Lesson In Viral Messaging

This isn’t Pat Condell‘s first appearance here. Most folks already know that he’s one opinionated sonofabitch by any standards. Like him or hate him (and I’ve done both), the man does say what’s on his mind and if his YouTube channel is any indication, he’s got a lot on his melon. But then, what can you expect from a guy whose website starts off with “Hi, I’m Pat Condell. I don’t respect your beliefs and I don’t care if you’re offended. Cheers.”

Well, some folks would prefer that Pat just put a cork in it and would like to stick it in themselves, if at all possible. In case you hadn’t heard, one of his recent rants, a little something called “Welcome to Saudi Britain” got yanked from YouTube:

However YouTube, which is owned by the internet search engine giant Google, has removed the video from its site because of “terms of use violation”.

It had been watched more than 40,000 times in the 24 hours after Condell uploaded it.

YouTube has also threatened to disable his entire account if he commits “additional violations”.

A spokesman for the website said: “YouTube has clear policies that prohibit inappropriate content on the site, such as pornography, gratuitous violence or hate speech. Our community understands the rules and polices the site for inappropriate material. When users feel content is inappropriate they can flag it and our staff then review it as quickly as possible to see if it violates our Terms of Use. If users repeatedly break these rules we disable their accounts.”

Surprise, surprise, the net community and others went apeshit over this kind of censorship. Within hours, copies of the vid were all over OhNoYouDontTube and — surprise, surprise, again — YouTube caved and let the damn thing be. Here’s Pat’s take on the whole kerfuffle:

And, of course, what would this post be without the little rant that started the whole big stink in the first place?

September 8, 2008

Bring On The HRC Complaints

Go on, you know you want to…

(tip o’ the hat to Paul)

September 2, 2008

And Nothing Has Changed.

Militant IslamYou’d never see this in Canada, but jolly old England actually has a TV broadcaster with the balls to do this sort of thing.  First there was Undercover Mosque. Then the predictable stink followed:



How dare you catch us in the act of being assholes, and then put it on TV!

Blah, blah, blah, three bags full. When they finally got it through their little medieval skulls that they’d been caught red-handed, nobody gave a damn if they were offended or not, and their faux indignation was only going to piss people off more, they promised that they’d clean up their act.

Fat chance. Now, we have Undercover Mosque: The Return, and it’s all nothing but same shit, different day…

I’ll put the other parts up as I get the time…

July 23, 2008

Pat Condell …

… has a wee bit to say about our HLCs:

April 25, 2008

If This Doesn’t Give You The Creeps…

Filed under: Europe,Government,Islam,Multicultism,Politicorrect,Security — Dennis @ 1:13 pm

Islamofascism… then I don’t know what the hell will.

We all, whether we want to admit it or not, have serious misgivings about the intentions of increasing — and increasingly belligerent — Muslim populations in western nations. El Inglés, a contributor over at the Gates of Vienna, takes a good long look at things we’d rather not have to think about, let alone discuss, and drags some of the monsters lurking under the bed of the western psyche into the light of day while he’s at it. Being no fan of the Multicult Koolaidâ„¢, I’ve done this sort or writing myself before, but not quite to the extent that this fellow has.

You likely won’t agree with most of the essay (I don’t) and you sure as hell won’t like it. The problem is that it’s one hell of a compelling work, and disagreeing with it is a job and a half unto itself. The essay begins with a simple, and damned grim, assertion:

A few months ago, I wrote “The Danish Civil War”, a fictional scenario which served to structure a consideration of various issues relating to the rise of Islam in Europe and the likely consequences thereof. The essay finished with the conclusion that Islam constituted an existential threat to the survival of European civilization, and that Islam’s influence on Europe therefore needed to be eliminated. It further concluded that, logically speaking, the various ways of achieving this goal could be broadly subdivided into three categories:

  1. inducing Muslims to leave of their own free will,
  2. mass deportations, and
  3. genocide.

(Hereinafter referred to as options one, two and three, respectively)


Having now had several months in which to further consider this issue, it seems to me that my conclusions in this regard can be considerably refined. For reasons that I hope to make clear in this essay, I no longer believe that it is possible to solve the problem that Islam has become by means of option one, and I have little confidence that even option two could constitute an effective tool in this regard. I therefore predict that Europe is being swept into a position where it will be forced to choose between relying overwhelmingly on option three and surrendering. (more…)

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