Friday, 24 May 2013

BNP plans Woolwich 'crusade'

First of all let me say that what happened in Woolwich was down to two evil sadists who follow an evil ideology, the ideology of political Islam/Islamofascism. This ideology is a very real danger to the modern civilised world. It is destroying lives and making life intolerable for millions of people, especially women.
More learned people than me are having the debate about what is Islam and what is political Islam, and for the worlds sake this needs to continue.
I myself am an atheist and think all religious books should be consigned to history to remind us of the folly of man. I believe there is no room for them in the modern world.
I have experience of the BNP, and that is the viewpoint I write from.

We all knew that after the barbaric murder of Lee Rigby that the far right would mobilise. They have been waiting for another chance to jump on the bandwagon, and those two Jihadists have given them exactly what they crave.

The likes of the BNP never do anything altruistically. They see only an opening to spread division and distrust. They believe all publicity is good publicity, this is all the death of this poor young man is; publicity.

In June they are planning a ‘crusade’ in Woolwich. They will be hoping that peoples ‘very justified’ anger will see a good turnout. There will be flag waving and emotional speeches. The party faithful will be there, but these people are not my concern. Like Anjem Choudary, they are so ingrained in their own paranoid hatred and resentment that they will never turn away from their paths.

What concerns me are the new people who will attend. The ones who are angry at what happened to this young man and in despair [rightly so] at successive governments ineptitude at dealing with the fascist narrative of political Islam. These are the potential new recruits to the party. Some won’t be nationalists or racists. Some will be just like I was; furious at what is happening on the streets of Britain.

I myself got angry about the way the country was going, Islamists been one my concerns. Apprehensively I went to my first meeting not knowing what to expect. This was my first time meeting the anti BNP demonstrators. People screaming obscenities at me and calling me a Nazi!
This does not make you think “what am I doing here” in fact the very opposite happens. You get angry and shout back.
This resulted in me going into my very first meeting open to the BNP message, and when I pulled them up on anything I had heard, I believed them when they said it was just lies, spread by the people I had just encountered.
When it becomes apparent that these antis don’t demonstrate against Islamofascism you ignore anything they say and see them as the enemy within.
Once you fall for this message then the BNP propaganda machine can start to chip away at you hoping to make you the nationalist racist that they need to grow the organisation [in my case it didn’t work, but I have seen it work on others] .

The likes of Anjem Choudary will do the very same. No doubt, they will take disaffected and angry Muslims who are furious with the Wests foreign policy and attempt to turn them into followers of political Islam. How long before they find another brainwashed fool who will walk onto a train with a rucksack full of explosives or brutally slay an innocent man in broad daylight.
Nick Griffin and Anjem Choudary are the same. Griffin tries to mould racist nationalists, Choudary tries to mould Islamofascists.

The ideology of Islamofascism, and the BNP needs scrutinised. The leaders need put under the spotlight and shown for the backward looking bigots that they are.
We need to cut of the supply of new recruits to both ideologies. Several hundred screaming antifascists do not do this. Several hundred peaceful protestors showing that the community is united against their message would have a far greater impact. The anti-BNP organisations that on the whole do a good job need to realise that sometimes they are assisting Griffins recruitment process.

A friend of mine put it best when it comes to the anti-demos “something loud enough to attract attention but not to provoke hatred and bitterness”

Thursday, 23 May 2013

The Woolwich murderers and the far right

What has happened in Woolwich is unbelievable. A British soldier brutally murdered in broad daylight. The attackers then calmly stand and wait for the police before apparently getting what they so desperately long for-martyrdom. The idiotic belief that their barbaric actions will ensure them a place in the afterlife!
One attacker even takes the time to explain on camera why they did what they did.
He says “They are killing people in our lands” what the hell does he mean by that, he sounds British to me, this is his land.

Are we surprised this has happened.
For years we have allowed radical preachers free rein to preach their hatred and Jihad in Britain’s mosques. To many times the Muslim community has asked for help in stopping these preachers and the authorities, MPs and police refused to get involved.
The total denial that multiculturalism can and does bring bad aspects has all too long been ignored. We have to draw the line!

Multiculturalism up to a point is a good thing, but we have to be vocal and demand that we will not tolerate Stone Age beliefs or medieval practices because it is someone else’s culture. Backward cultural practices need stamped out. This does not make us racist for doing so.

The far right is going to love this latest atrocity. They relish news like this to stir up distrust and support for their backward agenda. They don’t mind that atrocities like this are happening on a daily basis all over the world.
Usually in the name of the some great loving god!
Nationalism would have us turn our back and be blind to human beings being slaughtered or abused in Islamic countries [usually in the name of Islam].
They don’t care that millions of women are leading sad and miserable lives. Their only concern is for their own little patch of this small planet.  To me this is the real evil behind nationalism.
It’s the selfishness that I find unpalatable.

Multiculturalism is partly responsible for this latest atrocity in Woolwich but that doesn’t mean that multiculturalism is all bad and should be done away with. It just means that we have [as a society] to be more selective of what parts of multiculturalism is acceptable in a progressive and modern world.

If we don’t face up to the inherent and very real dangers that come hand in hand with untethered multiculturalism we will see more attacks like this and more innocent people will lose their lives.