Citizens of the Western world should work back from the results. When the British government decides that it cannot deport Abu Qatada, who has been identified as a leader of Al Qaeda in Britain, because he might be ill-treated in Jordan, and when that government further decides that it cannot put him in prison, but can only confine him to electronic-bracelet life in a $1.6 million dollar home on a leafy street in a well-off neighborhood, with his wife and five little Abu Qatadas (who will grow up, speak English perfectly, know the lay of the land and the ways of the locals, and each become far more of a threat to Infidel laws and rights and customs and freedoms than their clumsy thick-accented father ever could have been), all paid for by the British taxpayer, then it is the law, or those in charge of administering the law, or both, that need to be changed.
And that outrage is hardly singular. It is the same in Canada, or in particular Canadian provinces. There is a human type, a mental type, who participates in and enthusiastically endorses inquisitorial efforts of the kind that has lately been pursued against Mark Steyn and Maclean’s magazine. A person of this type does not see what a farce, what an invitation to a beheading, this kind of thing is. Furthermore, we have every right to suspect that these are the kind of people who would be the first to support Muslim demands, at the U.N. and elsewhere, for a ban on “Islamophobia.” Such a ban means, of course, a ban on intelligent analysis and discussion of the texts, tenets, attitudes, of Islam, and of the source, goals, and means of Jihad that is today being pursued worldwide by Muslims. For the worldwide Jihad is merely the sum of all the local Jihads against non-Muslims who are already living in a state of permanent imperilment in the Muslim-ruled lands, and against non-Muslim states that dare to continue to exist, such as Israel. Israel has in Muslim eyes no conceivable right to exist.
Jihad is also being pursued in states whose citizens, as is becoming more common even in Western Europe and North America, do not always yield, but are starting to resist the demands that are being made by the Muslims who have so foolishly and negligently been allowed to come in, and settle deep within what Muslims themselves are taught to regard as enemy lines, the lines of Dar al-Harb. These demands continue to be pressed. There are demands for changes in schools: a special room for prayers, a special table in the cafeteria, special versions of textbooks designed to meet Muslim ideas of how Islam is to be presented, in a direct attempt to dictate how history, and the truth, are presented in order to “improve” the image of Islam. There are demands for changes in workplaces: again, those prayer-rooms, or that special dispensation for the five daily prayers, and other accommodations that clearly interfere with work, such as checkout clerks refusing to handle pork products, or ever to sully themselves by any even accidental physical contact with Infidels — say, in handing back change. And you, reader can fill out the page here with your own examples.
Those who participated in, and eagerly supported, the comedy of would-be terrors, that is the bureaucratic state attempting to terrorize the sensible Steyn, Levant and others, are the ones who should now — oh, they should not be brought up for investigation and the show-trial that they favor, but they should have their powers limited. They themselves should be made mock of, in every possible forum, in the Canadian equivalent of Saturday Night Live and other shows, with all kinds of mock trials put on — the kind in which 9.5 and 9.29 and 9.111 and other parts of the Qur’an are read out, or in which the cwaziest Hadith are read out, and then mock charges are brought, until it is revealed that what was read was not a cruel parody of Islam, but nothing but Islam itself. That’s the way to teach Infidel publics about what is in the Qur’an, Hadith, Sira — and the more they know, the more they find out about Islam, but not from the espositos and the rest of the Saudi-funded army, or such camp-followers as Karen Armstrong, the better.