Speaks out against crazy, Jew hating Canadian Muslims:
Did you know there are Canadians among us who are inspired by a mass-murderer?
Canadians who take their cue not from our constitution or the values we have developed over the past 400 years of western civilization, but from the words of a hate-monger whose sinister image to this day instils fear and casts a shadow of misery wherever his tentacles reach.
Indeed, there are such Canadians, and on Aug. 18 they'll defile the lawns of the Ontario Legislature to rally to the call of Ayatollah Khomeini for the destruction of the State of Israel -- the observance of "Al-Quds Day."
Khomeini first introduced Al Quds Day rallies in Iran in 1979, ostensibly to show solidarity with the rights of Palestinians.
However, the real agenda was to undermine and sabotage the Camp David Accords signed by Egyptian President Anwar El Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin on Sept. 17, 1978.Khomeini's message was not one of peace and reconciliation. He was not fighting for the right of the Palestinians for a state of their own, at peace with Israel. In fact, he declared:"We must all rise, destroy Israel and replace it with the heroic Palestinian nation."Palestine merely became the fig leaf behind which Khomeini and his fellow Islamists -- ranging from Shia Hezbollah to the Sunni Muslim Brotherhood -- camouflaged their deep-seated Jewish hatred.
This is why most of the people who attend these rallies are not Palestinian or Iranians, but Shia Pakistanis, radical backers of the Muslim Brotherhood, pro- Hezbollah Lebanese and a scattering of left-wing useful idiots.Last year when this motley crew of Khomeini cheerleaders descended on Queen's Park, they were led by a lifetime backer of the Iranian Islamic regime and a fan of Osama bin Laden, Zafar Bangash.
Mocking U.S. President Barack Obama as "that black man in the White House" and Israel as a "parasitical state," Bangash declared amid cheers of Allah O Akbar:"Insha'Allah I see the day when we the Muslims will march on Palestine and liberate Palestine for all the people of the world ... Under Islamic Law they will all be living as equal citizens."Equal citizens? Tell that to the Christians of Egypt and Hindus of Pakistan; the Kurds of Turkey and the Baloch of Iran.Another speaker belched out this conspiracy of the Jews:"Wherever you see injustice happening, understand that there is a 1%, 2% or 100% involvement of the 'Zionist Regime'. The same Zionist regime that sucks the resources, the blood that belong to the people all across the world." These words are vintage hatred with barely concealed threats to eradicate the state of Israel from the map of the world. Seeped in anti-Semitism, such language had not accorded respect in the West after the 1940s, until now.
Good for him.
Someone should tell him it's unkind to call those useful idiots left-wing. To do so upsets some folks' very delicate sensibilities...ReplyDelete
Good for him, indeed.
I suspect Mike will write about it more. The Shangri-la hotel case is settled. She's guilty.ReplyDelete
Heh! Now where's our visitor (who I'm sure didn't work for the hotel, wink wink) from a couple weeks ago who insisted up and down that it was just greedy Joooooooz being racist against some the poor heiress, or something.Delete
She owes us all, especially Mike, an apology.
And apropos of nothing, really, just a quick thought.ReplyDelete
I'm thinking on this "ODS" term some like to use. I believe I've come up with a reasonable definition.
"ODS" - a term used by illiberal, reactionary fanatics devoted to the current president of the United States, to describe their perceived foes. A tactic of psychological projection, an "Obama Derangement Syndrome" certainly does exist, but the real sickness manifests itself in the devotees of the man through their belief that the man has super powers and can do no wrong, ever, at any time. Also, that all of those who have any problem whatsoever with him must be racists, and / or Republicans. This is another instance of projection on the part of ODS sufferers. This level of hero worship usually only shows itself long after the object of their obsession is gone, as in later purified legendary folkloric tales of past leaders like George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, etc. Why the level of fanatical, extremist devotion to the current president, not only during his lifetime but before his first term is even over, exists in the present day, is a question to be answered by future cultural historians.
Did I miss anything?
We need some open threads here. I should post one soon. :)