It doesn’t help that the issues themselves are muddled, on that score, the international media has a lot to answer for. They have become a part of the overall problem, something that the Islamist can turn to when they want to shout racism or Islamophobia, claiming the right not to be offended, while deeming it a religious duty to claim Christians and Jews as the sons of donkeys, apes and pigs.
And yet, those who point out these inconsistencies in the public record, become easy targets for the branding of “agitator, provoker, racist and bigot”..and the worse evil of it all…”fascist”. We in the blogosphere who shine the light on the problems of an unreformed Islam, are used to getting a plate full of vitriol and vectum before the first cup of morning coffee has been poured, but it comes with the territory. It’s a job we have given ourselves willingly, to try and paint the wider picture for those who fail to see the trees for the forest. If only they would take that opportunity and open their eyes.
In the comment section of another blog, I bumped into someone who mentioned in an “off the cuff” sort of way, that the the TT was a bigoted website. Being charged as a racist, bigot or…”fascist” is something that I take very seriously, so I gave the commenter time enough to either prove what he said was true (it could never be) or kindly provide a retraction. Here’s a classic example of “spouting off” without the will or means to back up a (baseless) claim.
Jussi H: Here’s some of the most recent stuff on your blog. That’s just at a glance. Here goes:”The Tundra Tabloids of course wishes both Abdullah Tammi and his Islamist party all the worst possible luck in meeting their goals, may they forever face an uphill struggle in their Islamist endeavors.””Kissing the Qur’an as well as holding a special apology ceremony was downright foolish.”Are you telling me you don’t hate the people you criticize?
Do you concider your reports neutral and unbiased? As I said it’s all very nicely wrapped and politically correct but the message is clear to me. Why don’t you prove _me_ wrong instead of wasting your energy into trying to prove me to be an idiot. Actually you don’t need to prove me wrong as I’m just voicing my thoughts on your blog. Those are my personal opinions and there’s nothing you can do about them.
Either you are totally oblivious to what Islamism stands for, or you are sympathetic to the Islamist cause. Which is it? If it’s the former, such as statement of yours could of course be excused, but let me warn you, in this case, ignorance is definately not bliss. If it’s the latter, it means then that you are sympathetic with those who loathe/hate the unbelieving non-Muslim, especially those who wish to remain an unbelieving non-Muslim. You are also then in opposition to liberal pluralistic democratic governance, being instead “all for” an Islamist state.
So which is it?If you deem the TT as being “hateful towards Islamists” because it it wishes them no success whatsoever, perhaps you are then ignorant of the terms Islamist, Islamism and Islamization. This is no more a friendly ideology then the extreme form of Japanese Shintoism or National/Communist Socialism.I believe you are confused over the terms.
As for Kissing the Qur’an. When one understands the Islamist supremacist ideology embedded in the Islamic religion, in which a universal humanity that embraces the ethic of the “Golden Rule”, has no conceptual place whatsoever, then you’ll begin to understand the significance of a non-Muslim kissing a Qur’an and apologizing to the point of groveling. It only serves to strengthen the ideological supremacy I just referred to.
No Jussi, I don’t hate individual Muslims, but I’m very much in opposition to those Muslims that are trying to impose their Islamism on the rest of us.