Last night I found this on the American Jingoist.
"Political Correctness is a doctrine, fostered by a delusional, illogical, liberal minority and rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a turd by the clean end." Source Unknown.
Then I find this in “The Australian" today.
Australia hits out at anti-Islam film.
AUSTRALIA has added its voice to the international chorus of outrage over an anti-Islam film posted on the Internet by a right wing Dutch politician.
Foreign Minister Stephen Smith today said Geert Wilders' film Fitna equated Islam with acts of terror and violence and was "highly offensive".
"It is an obvious attempt to generate discord between faith communities," Mr. Smith said.
"Like leaders in the Muslim world and in Europe, I strongly reject the ideas contained in the film and deplore its release.
"In Australia we believe in the right to freedom of expression but we don't believe in abusing that right to incite racial hatred."
Well, no surprises there, another idiot left liberal following the politically correct line and assuming the duty to tell us that the current wave of islamofascist terrorist attacks and atrocities are nothing to do with Islam. It would be kind to call this stupid bastard a bloody liar, because to assume he believes what he is saying must surely be an insult to his intelligence if he has any.
Certainly there are many moderate Islamics out there who live peacefully among us, are good citizens, and are accepted and liked in the general community. The film, “Fitna,” casts no aspersions on those people. It simply points to the violent, evil, and insane activities and rantings of an extreme element within the faith, who in my opinion and in reality have shown little regard for the loss of life among the members of their own faith that in most cases they themselves cause.
As I have said before, if moderate Islamic people are offended by the publicity engendered by this movie, they should direct their rage at the arseholes who are bringing their faith into disrepute, not at Geert Wilders. He did not invent any of this, he simply put together footage of actual events that are out there in the public domain, linking them to passages in the Koran that are used by terrorists to justify those acts.
If those moderates don’t like the name of their faith being dragged through the mud by extremists, its time for them to speak out and demand an end to their activities, and come out of their denial. Until they do Islam will continue to resemble a cult similar to those of Jimmy Jones or David Koresh, not a faith.
I don’t hear you.