Our Dhimmi Lamestream Media
The mind-numbing imbecility and cowardliness of the lamestream media never ceases to amaze me. It is simply staggering just how duped and deceived our MSM is, especially when it comes to something like Islam. Indeed, when you have dhimmi dupes in the MSM acting as the propaganda arm of Islam, you know we have lost the plot big time in the West.
Just moments ago I spotted a headline from another site, along with its opening words. I was left reeling after seeing it. The paragraph ran as follows: “An anti-Islam party based on the hardline views of Dutch politician Geert Wilders plans to field candidates at the next federal election, raising fears among moderate Muslims of a rise in extremism.”
Um, excuse me, but such extremism already exists. It is exactly because it is here that reactions such as this are taking place. If there was not a daily dose of headlines about beheadings, gang rapes, acid attacks, suicide bombings, jihad attacks, and declarations of war against the West, there would not be such obvious concern, and people taking steps to deal with this very real threat.
But by this one paragraph alone, we see how the dhimmis in the media have completely twisted reality here. Muslims going around lopping off heads are not the problem. The problem is when level-headed and sensible people, rightly fearing for their very lives as they see the West being destroyed by this political ideology, start to respond in defense of their beloved countries.
But the clowns in the media make them out to be the bad guys! So I went to see the entire article, and sadly things got no better. The headline is this: “Anti-Islam party to contest next election” and comes in the Australian newspaper. The article continues:
“Mr Wilders, an influential far-right figure expected to shape the results of this year’s European elections, told followers in a video message that the Australian Liberty Alliance was being formed to ‘offer civil minded Australians fresh political vision and better policies’.”
Let me stop right there. Notice how adept the media has gotten over the years in offering opinion masquerading as fact. They have become expert in demonizing opponents, and pretending they are doing so as journalists simply presenting the news.
Thus they have a whole stock of phrases at their disposal which they freely throw around to help create the image they want. In this case they immediately use the pejorative phrase “far-right” as a vehicle for their attack. Oh, these folks are “far-right,” whatever that means. But it must be bad because we hear it so often, and always in a fashion to make the ones so described as really nasty types.
And of course right away we have the Muslim response – yep, the old “moderate” Keysar Trad is offered a chance at criticizing this whole idea. You remember him don’t you? The one who thinks sharia law is a good idea, and polygamy should be freely allowed here in Australia.
He says that this new party will “galvanism hardliners”. Um, again, let me repeat the obvious: the hardliners already exist and need no galvanizing. The hardliners (which is what the devout Muslims are) have been doing their thing for 1400 years now.
Nothing we do will galvanism them more, or make them more extreme. They already are that way by nature – it is in their Islamic DNA. Because they are devout Muslims, they already fully take seriously their holy texts and Islamic jurisprudence.
And these include the call to establish a universal caliphate and to kill or convert all kafirs. This is just basic Islam 101. The very fact that free, democratic and non-sharia law nations exist is enough to keep them upset and on the war path. They need no more provocation or excuses to believe what they believe or do what they do.
One might as well argue that the very existence of women is the reason why rapists become “extreme” or are “galvanized” into action. It is called blaming the victim. And our new Human Rights Commissioner Tim Wilson said equally moronic stuff – yet another dhimmi dunce.
He “said despite Australia’s implied constitutional protection of political speech, any party had a responsibility not to ‘inflame prejudice’. ‘Australia had Hansonism and saw it for its shallowness and flaws, and I think people will see exactly the same thing with Wilders,’ Mr Wilson said.”
“Inflame prejudice”? Puh-leeese, spare me. Again, this is as helpful as saying that the girl who has been raped five times and buys a can of mace for protection is “inflaming prejudice”. It is like saying the guy who has been mugged a half dozen times and decides to take some self-defense classes is “inflaming prejudice”.
How do we get such utter clueless wonders in positions of leadership and in our media? The rule of thumb seems now to be this: Whatever is true, whatever is right, and whatever is good, simply reverse it and run with that. That is basically how the MSM, most of our politicians, and much of our intellectualoids operate nowadays.
And just for the record, I know next to nothing about this new party. I am not a paid-up member of it, nor am I running as a candidate for them. But if they have seen fit to organize and take a stand, because they see creeping sharia and stealth jihad in Australia as a very real threat, then I say more power to them.
We need individuals and organizations who are not blinded by political correctness and cowered by Islamic pressure groups. We need courageous men and women who will not bend the knee to sharia and allow the buffoons in the MSM to call the shots.
So in that sense I am glad to see they exist. The real issue is, why has it ever come to a place like this that the need became so great for such a party as this to spring into existence? That is the real question, but one which so many of our ruling elites will never even raise, let alone properly answer.
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