MSM coverage of the recent Swedish bombing underlines how deep into dhimmitude we’ve fallen. RTE, Ireland’s state broadcaster provided two bullet-point background information items like this:
* Perpetrator was of Iraqi origin, and a resident of Sweden
* Misunderstood meaning of Islam
No, your eyes are not deceiving you. This was the written information RTE sought to provide us with. One of the many questions that leapt to mind was who knew at so early a stage that he ‘misunderstood the meaning of Islam’? Second, what the hell was this doing representing 50% of the written background on the incident? What the hell has it got to do with anything? I could think of a dozen more pertinent issues. But obviously none are more important than brainwashing us into believing that Islam is a religion of peace.
And as I'm at it, I have a lovely bridge in London for sale…….
What we do know about the bomber is that old familiar refrain. I'm sure all the MSM do a copy and paste every time a terrorist is caught or blows himself up: ‘Ah sure he was a wonderful lad, loved girls, football, even took alcohol occasionally. But then he began to change…..’
Mysteriously, we’re lead to believe.
The remarkable thing is that this sudden change invariably occurs once the swell guy begins to take a greater interest in his religion. The more he learns about the Religion Of Peace, the more violent he becomes. And that's what happened in this case. The bomber got involved with the Islamic Centre in Luton. Now this particular establishment has form. Some of its members used to regularly protest at soldiers' homecoming parades, greeting the soldiers with placards saying "Anglian Soldiers: Butchers of Basra" and "Anglian Soldiers: cowards, killers, extremists". Naturally enough, even the mild-mannered Brits got a bit pissed off at this and set fire to the Center last year.
So here's the situation: We have a regular non-strict Muslim who goes to a mosque/Islamic Center whose membership includes quite a few extremists. He himself then becomes an extremist. At this point may I withdraw Occam’s Razor from its sheath and apply it to this situation? The Razor would surely suggest that he became radicalised at the mosque, would it not?
But we now know that's not true. Not true at all.
And how do we know?
Well, because the head of the mosque told us! And that's good enough for me. I saw him myself, in an interview on Sky News. With a wide-eyed ‘reporter’, nodding like a parakeet, gratefully and unquestioningly relaying the mullah’s words. Not only did he not become radicalised at the mosque, apparently the gentle people there became alarmed at how radical he had become! They tried to talk him out of it! Given that he planned violent jihad against the west, could they not have gone a wee bit further and reported him to the police.
Well, no, actually.
‘It’s not our job to do the work of the police, and we wouldn’t betray a fellow Muslim’ the mullah acknowledged, forgetting momentarily, to keep up the taqqiya.
Then again, maybe he didn’t forget, he just didn’t bother. Britain has now become so dhimmified and sunk in self-abasement that he felt it wasn’t really necessary.
And he’d have been right.