–¦the group says the ads — which will coincide with the holy month of Ramadan — aim to educate non-Muslims and reach out to those interested in joining the faith”¦” — from this article
The “holy month of Ramadan”?
No, it is not “the holy month of Ramadan,” despite that use of that fixed phrase here in The New York Post and, I have noticed, also in The New Duranty Times. It is, and it should be, merely “Ramadan” to Infidels. No other faith gets such solicitous treatment, where what is believed by the adherents of that faith is described in the precise terms that those adherents, but no one else, use.
We should not be subject to the drip-drip-drip of what is essentially Muslim propaganda, however unwitting. Or rather, we should not have to have affixed to our daily journalistic lenses the prism of Islam, so that we begin to be mentally acclimated to the idea that yes, indeed yes, it is not merely “Ramadan” but the “holy month of Ramadan.”
And one also sees much the same thing with the “holy cities of Mecca and Medina.” They are not holy to me, or very likely, to you, dear Infidel reader. They can be described, properly, as merely “Mecca and Medina,” or, if one insists, as “Mecca and Medina, the two holiest cities for Muslims” or “Mecca and Medina, regarded by Muslims as holy cities.” Perhaps the most common and egregious example of this is the constant invocation of “the prophet Muhammad.” He is, or should be, at best, “the Islamic prophet Muhammad.”
What is illegitimate, and needs to have exposed and discussed and overturned as in-house style-sheet policy, is the use of epithets accepted only by Muslims and foisted on us. Those who do this are forcing a kind of mental or emotional collaboration upon us that we should not be expected to endure.
There is apparently no end to this.
So attention must be paid. Or rather, not merely attention, but something deeper, what can be called “eternal vigilance” — the same eternal vigilance to be found in that celebrated phrase “eternal vigilance is the price of liberty.”
Not “the holy month of Ramadan.”
Not “the prophet Muhammad.”
Make The New York Post, make The New Duranty Times, aware of your fury at the ease with which their editors have succumbed, and have forced you, the innocent reader, to slowly succumb as well.
And as for this initiative that is to come to the New York subways during this month, not holy month, of Ramadan, Infidels ought to meet it head-on. A million little stickers ought to be printed up with such remarks as Siraj Wahhaj’s “In time, this so-called democracy will crumble, and there will be nothing, and the only thing that will remain will be Islam” and “if only Muslims were clever politically, they could take over the United States and replace its constitutional government with a caliphate.” Other stickers should be printed with other remarks, equally enlightening, by Omar Ahmad and other past and present CAIR officials — remember Ahmad’s statement about Islam not being here to be “the equal” of any other religion, but to become dominant, and the Qur’an the only law of the land. Print those stickers, and distribute them to all concerned and resolute Infidels, and let them be plastered all over those subway ads, by way of retort.
Oh, and it might be fun to have another million little stickers with, say, Qur’an 9.5 and 9.29, also suitable for placing over the Da’wa campaign posters in the subway.
And meanwhile, Bloomberg and others in New York should be made to remember this. Infidels have to become one-issue candidates. By that I do not mean you cannot have views, and wish to see them expressed, on taxes and bridge-building, on the usefulness of mass inoculations, or on the wastefulness of another Man-on-the-Moon program. No — I mean that you must let everyone in political life know that no matter how much you may support them on other things, if they show signs of appeasing Islam and inadvertently promoting the Jihad, you will do everything you can to oppose and defeat them, and that on the other hand, a candidate whose views would cause you normally not to support will have your support, if his misgivings about Islam correspond to yours.
It is simply a question of numbers. There needs to be a sufficient number of such Infidels for whom Islam is regarded, rightly, as a threat to their laws and customs, their assumptions and safety. It should be regarded as a threat also to whatever posterity, whatever products of planned or careless parenthood, one may leave behind. That posterity will be forced to endure the effects of the ignorance and negligence and stupidity of those who supposedly have been our leaders, and this sticker campaign is just the least of it. That posterity deserves a fighting chance. They did nothing to deserve this.