Everything costs something as England will discover

Posted: July 10, 2010 by datechguy in opinion/news
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One of my random thoughts of a few days ago was this:

Is it just me or does the entire Arab world work like a giant Mafia family?

Well today at Pajamas media they discuss the costs of a nation appeasing this de-facto mafia family.

As a result, Brits look away while their Muslim communities are taken over by fascist zealots who enforce dress and behavior codes, who silence dissent, and who mobilize a resentful youth with violent hatreds. For these men, infidels are by definition guilty, deserving rape and lethal assault, as part of Allah’s justice. Douglas Murray’s study of twenty-seven Muslims, targeted by zealots, reveals the workings of a community hijacked by thugs.

The trials and tribulations of Afshan Azad, the Bengali Muslim-born actress in the Harry Potter films, beaten and threatened with death by her family, illustrate the depth of the community pressures. Her brothers’ failures to bring her to heel (or kill her) endanger their lives: “We are going to get trouble from the community now. It is bad news for our safety, her safety. My younger brother is going to get harassed at college. All our family is going to be harassed by the community because of this.” The tribal community rules, even in college.

So while a large and growing population falls under the grip of a Mafioso culture with an imperialist ideology of world conquest, the British look away. The “prestigious” London School of Economics disinvited Douglas Murray from speaking, lest his presence provoke violence.

Read the whole thing. The problem with concessions is this. When you make concessions for the sake of convenience you make opponent stronger and you divert your own strength against yourself. This emboldens them to seek further concessions. When they continue each concession makes them stronger and you weaker. Eventually it reaches the point where you aren’t making concessions for convenience but out of fear and then out of necessity and finally out of desperation.

It’s up to us, or in the case of England up to them.

Everyday we ignore radical Islam we move further down that path

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