Making a laughing stock out of the HnH into daily sport
The only way to treat pompous ignorant buffoonery is with intellectual parody and Henrik R.Clausen over at EuropeNews does so in spades. In fact, he even lends them a helping hand in adding more to their list. In doing so, Clausen shows the wide diversity of the movement.
Maybe we should just reverse the words of the organization’s name ‘Hope not Hate’ to ”Hate not hope”, for their outspoken hatred of those people -from vastly different ethnicities, backgrounds, political and religious beliefs- wanting to defend the very ‘liberal democracy’ that has made Western civilization the envy of the world, and for not offering any hope for its survival.
It’s quite obvious that Hate not Hope couldn’t care less that Islam will eventually rules the day in these Western states if Islamization is not reversed.
UPDATE: HnH (Hate not Hope) shows Breivik aiming at the all the fine people in the Counterjihad!
• “HOPE not hate” Publicizes the Counterjihad Network
EuropeNews 15 April 2012
By Henrik R. Clausen
In a major undertaking, the British organisation HOPE not hate has produced a mapping of the so-called”Counterjihad Movement”, a common denominator for a loosely connected network of activists, writers and bloggers opposed to the Islamization of Western societies. The complete report can be read as a well organized web site here:
It is probably no coincidence that the report is issued just as the court case against Anders Behring Breivik is to open in Oslo, Norway. Quite appropriately, the signature picture of the page has ABB pointing a rifle towards a selection of top Counterjihad persons. The massive crime committed by ABB has catapulted the Counterjihad movement into public attention, and as the image seems to indicate, much blame has been heaped upon various Counterjihad luminaries. More on that later.
What is the Counterjihad movement?
First, HnH must be commended for obviously committing major resources to the mapping. While the Counterjihad movement is known to be broad and of great diversity, knowing that at least 144 organisations and 63 individuals across three continents can be counted as part of the movement is impressive. Looking at the individual organisations listed, one finds great diversity in names, ethnicity and approaches. A selection in no particular order includes:
NOTE: Salt meet wound, Henrik Clausen adds to his post:
Friends of mine, in particular in Italy and the US, have requested to be added to the list above, which is hereby done. Unfortunately I have no means to also add them to the HnH report, but HnH does provide a convenient sign-up form, which can be found here. With some dilligence on part of the Counterjihad activists, it should be possible to make their catalogue grow by an order of magnitude or more.
And Brian Of London doesn’t want to be left out either:
Please could you add my websites to your wonderful Counter Jihad list. I’m saddened that you left me off but hope you will rectify this obvious oversight: