October 09, 2006
Is This Really What We Need In The West?
Here is yet another example of the consequences of allowing animals who observe a barbaric, "theology"-based culture from the dark ages to immigrate to, live and multiply in civilized countries among civilized people.
Major Hat Tip to Always On Watch
Posted by Seth at October 9, 2006 03:46 PM
Our media won't tell these stories. Why not? We citizens might rise up and insist on slamming the immigration doors shut.
A stoning? On a playground? In Europe? It's unbelievable, but it's happening.
And incidents are happening all over Europe! See "The European Jihad".
Posted by: Always On Watch at October 9, 2006 04:12 PM
It sure would be nice if our knucklehead politicians and media would, assuming of course that they aren't too obtuse to have noticed, start telling the public the truth about the threat Islam (not so-called "radical Islam") poses to the west, with the political leaders maybe taking the lead in eliminating the threat before it's too late, as it is, pretty much, in France and just about too late, if not already so, in soon-to-be-not-so-jolly-old-England.
Posted by: Seth at October 9, 2006 05:21 PM
What's more disturbing are the comments:
Azzedine Gaci, president of the CRCM (Regional Council for the Muslim Religion) , states that "if the facts are proven, they are unacceptable". He deplores the ignorance of the pupils, who should be taught the Koran at school, and who are unaware that "women who are not feeling well" * are exempted from observing Ramadan.
So, the speaker is implying that it would be okay to stone her if she were feeling well"? After all, he didn't condemn the stoning; rather he suggested that the girl might have fit into a Sharia loophole. But what evidence does he have that she "was not feeling well"?
The principal of the college said it was a simple incident, not premeditated.
The principal implies that stonings are routine playground behavior at her school that just spontaneously occur every now and then. Really? Just when do people in the 21st century engage in stoning other than for violations of Sharia.
Moreover, even for followers of Sharia, why did no one mention the lack of "judicial" process. Even under Sharia, this event would still constitute a lynching.
Posted by: civil truth at October 9, 2006 06:46 PM
I sort of commented on that in the new post I was working on while you typed this.
To Muslims, it would evidently be "okay" to stone that little girl without the extenuating dietary circumstances being an obstacle. And we are supposed to accept these freaks and their religious customs into our society?
Posted by: Seth at October 9, 2006 07:42 PM
I agree with you Seth. I don't want any part of the irrational and murderous asshats!
Posted by: Gayle at October 12, 2006 08:19 AM
As CT observed, the stoning was not condemned. The circumstances were discussed academically, the stoning itself therefore acceptable by implication.
We shouldn't even let these people into our country for family vacations, let alone to take up residence!
Posted by: Seth at October 12, 2006 10:24 AM