David Gaubatz Islamization Political Correctness UK


UK government officials who get their talking points from the various Leftist think tanks scattered around Europe and the US, believe that refusing to properly identify the enemy, that being fundamental Islam, will deny the fundamentalists the legitimacy of being representatives of “true Islam”.
They continue with their ridiculous meme to include the official boycott of those who insist otherwise, like Robert Spencer, Nonie Darwish and a host of others in the anti-Islamization movement. The former insists that by not naming the enemy, you run an even greater risk of placing Western society in jeopardy, not just by an increased chance of violent terrorism, but by allowing the stealth jihad to continue to Islamize society without fear of being outed,
These highly counter-productive policies allow the non-violent jihadi followers of traditional Islam to skirt the radar screens of our law enforcement and judicial systems, due to not be able to mention the elephant in the room. It’s utter madness not to be able to mention jihad or fundamental Islam, let alone an act of Islamic terrorism. It is we who are being fooled, not the jihadis, and certainly not the rest of the Islamic world. KGS

NOTE: Thanks to Vlad Tepes for the audio interview of Muslim Mafia author David Gaubatz

Don’t call extremists ‘extremists’

MINISTERS have been BANNED from using words like Islamist and fundamentalist – in case they offend Muslims.
An eight-page Whitehall guide lists words they should not use when talking about terrorism in public and gives politically correct alternatives.
They are told not to refer to Muslim extremism as it links Islam to violence. Instead, they are urged to talk about terrorism or violent extremism.
Fundamentalist and Jihadi are also banned because they make an “explicit link” between Muslims and terror.
Ministers should say criminals, murderers or thugs instead. Radicalisation must be called brainwashing and talking about moderate or radical Muslims is to be avoided as it “splits the community”.
Islamophobia is also out as it is received as “a slur that singles out Muslims”.
The guide, produced by the secretive Research, Information and Communications Unit in the Home Office, tell ministers to “avoid implying that specific communities are to blame” for terrorism. It says more than 2,000 people are engaged in terror plots.
The guidance was branded “daft” last night by a special adviser to ex-Communities Secretary Hazel Blears. Paul Richards said: “Unless you can describe what you’re up against, you’re never going to defeat it.
Ministers need to be leading the debate on Islamic extremism and they can’t do that if they have one hand tied behind their back.”
The Home Office said: “This is about using appropriate language to have counter-terrorism impact. It would be foolish to do anything else.
H/T: Holger Danske

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