Thursday, December 28, 2006

Bliar is off his rocker

I almost fell off my chair when I read Tony Bliars latest contribution to historical revisionism and theology. His newest offering includes:

To me, the most remarkable thing about the Koran is how progressive it is. I write with great humility as a member of another faith.
What a pathological liar, if hes a man of faith then Bush is an intellectual giant. The fact that he chooses Christmas day as the date to release this third rate appeasement/apology for Islam shows how much faith he has. Nowhere does he mention the spiritual signicance of the Nativity, but he finds time to comment on the progressiveness of the Koran.

As an outsider, the Koran strikes me as a reforming book, trying to return Judaism and Christianity to their origins, much as reformers attempted to do with the Christian church centuries later.
If he is a man of faith, then why is he denigrating his own faith by claiming that Christianity needed to be 'returned to its origins', and that Islam was the one to do it? Why isnt he a Muslim then...

The Koran is inclusive.
Looks like he hasnt read it then. Probably just got some snippets from his PR team to quote when hes on the subject of the religion of peace.

It extols science and knowledge and abhors superstition.
I'll have some concrete quotes to counter this some time soon.

It is practical and far ahead of its time in attitudes toward marriage, women, and governance.
Which begs the question why isnt Tony asking us to adopt their 'practical' methods of governance. Well actually he is doing his best by overseeing the Islamification of Britain. Mind you one 'practical' method of governance was to impose a tax on all non-Muslims in Muslim lands, so maybe Bliars planning on introducing a tax on Muslims. Fat chance.

Under its guidance, the spread of Islam and its dominance over previously Christian or pagan lands were breathtaking. Over centuries, Islam founded an empire and led the world in discovery, art, and culture.

Scarcely has there been a more stagnant empire in history. Again I'll go into this in greater depth when I have the time.

The standard-bearers of tolerance in the early Middle Ages were far more likely to be found in Muslim lands than in Christian ones.
'Standard-bearers of tolerance'. This guy is a lunatic. Mohammed said: 'Two religions shall not remain together in the peninsula of the Arabs'. Hows that for tolerance, but we're supposed to let them come and impose themselves on us.

We have to show that our values are not Western, still less American or Anglo-Saxon, but values in the common ownership of humanity, universal values that should be the right of the global citizen.
For universal values read no values- access to condoms is more important than babies being killed in their mothers wombs.

The danger with the United States today is not that it is too involved in the world. The danger is that it might pull up the drawbridge and disengage. The world needs it involved. The world wants it engaged.
The world wants it engaged just like it wants a nuclear holocaust. And if the last 50 years are an example of the US not being involved, God help us when they decide to 'get involved'.

Our values are our guide. They represent humanity's progress throughout the ages. At each point we have had to fight for them and defend them. As a new age beckons, it is time to fight for them again.
Its time to fight for our values by fighting against people like have the blood of hundreds of thousands on your hands you treacherous, lying, sorry excuse for a puppet. You're right when you say God will judge you, I wouldnt be too sure that you'll be getting the judgement you're expecting though.

What most annoys me about Blairs perverse world view is that he tries to twist reality so that it conforms to his agenda. In actual fact hes as clueless about Islam (or lying, take your pick) as the head mistress in my previous blog entry:

Political radicals became religious radicals and vice versa.
Those in power tried to accommodate this Islamic radicalism by incorporating some of its leaders and some of its ideology. The result was nearly always disastrous. Religious radicalism was made respectable and political radicalism suppressed, and so in the minds of many, the two came together to represent the need for change. They began to think that the way to restore the confidence and stability of Islam was through a combination of religious extremism and populist politics

Anyone who knows the slightest thing about Islam could tell Bliar that Islam has always been a political religion. It has a blueprint for government and judiciary. There wasnt one historical moment when the beautiful spirituality of Islam was supplanted by extremists who tried to politicise it. It always was political. That mythical moment only exists in Bliars brain. But supposedly hes more intimately familiar with Islam than Muslims themselves. As Fazlur Rahman, a well respected Muslim scholar said:

Islam insisted on the assumption of political power since it regarded itself as the repository of the Will of God which had to be worked on earth through a political order

Mullah Bliar has clearly recieved some new revelation which abrogates this old Islamic view.

But let us remember that extremism is not the true voice of Islam. Millions of Muslims the world over want what all people want: to be free and for others to be free. They regard tolerance as a virtue and respect for the faith of others as a part of their own faith.

Telling people what to believe again. Sorry but Muslims dont follow Blairite Islam. Just today I read this. This 'refugee' who crossed God knows how many safe countries (according to international law he should have sought asylum in the first one, so he shouldn't even be in Europe, yet alone Denmark) has the audacity to proclaim:

"We're the ones who will change you,"

It will remain forever unclear to me why people who have the audacity to utter such provocative statements are not immediately deported out of Europe. He is absolutely right when he says:

"western thinking" as formed by the values held by leaders of western or non-islamic nations. Its "materialism, egoism and wildness" has altered Christianity

But his vision of an Islamic Europe is not the antidote to the problem. A healthy European country who had a backbone would have chucked this guy back into Arabia years ago. But the Europe of old is AWOL, and in its disorientated state it niether knows what it stands for or against, all the time taking needless blows from the rear from a problem that could be dealt with within 1 day.

"Just look at the development within Europe, where the number of Muslims is expanding like mosquitoes," Krekar said.

Well if they describe themselves as mosquitoes who am I to argue. I'll be using this quote in the future.

"Every western woman in the EU is producing an average of 1.4 children. Every Muslim woman in the same countries are producing 3.5 children. "By 2050, 30 percent of the population in Europe will be Muslim."

This could all be solved in no time at all. Europe to the Europeans, our 'guests' have outstayed their welcome, its time to ask them to leave. Failing that we should forcibly evict them.


Blogger editor said...

Bliar is indeed, of his rocker. Perhaps he;s trying to assuage Muslim Death threats prior to his retirement. Which should be anytime soon.

Moreover, I'm not sure whether you were watchin television on Christmas Day, but at 3 o'clock there was the queens speech. The agents of political correctness did not exclude the eventuality of sampling the multicultural population, with a few children from a multi-cultural school. Nor did the Christmas carols go on, without the camera focusing on one black woman and then on the ensemble as a whole.

If this isn't riduculous enough for you. On channel 4 at this time, there was an "alternative queens speech" where a Muslim, I repeat a Muslim was telling Britain what Christmas is all about. This is beyond absurdity.

12:38 PM  
Blogger editor said...

In addition- She was veiled

12:38 PM  
Blogger editor said...

"Under its guidance, the spread of Islam and its dominance over previously Christian or pagan lands were breathtaking. Over centuries, Islam founded an empire and led the world in discovery, art, and culture."

I find this of the most erroneus statements that he has ever made. Islam spead like a barbaric virus and its "civilisation" scatched a living off rocks. As regards with art and culture - pottery and polygomy/pederasty are really the only things that come to mind.

12:53 PM  
Blogger British National Party member said...

This is from the latest news article from the BNP site, i read it and thought you might want to too.

"Replacing the brutal but inward-looking secular tyranny of Saddam Hussein with Islamist anarchy and a giant terrorist training camp was not in the British interest. Which makes Anthony Charles Lynton Blair liable for trial for planning an aggressive war and murder (of our own ill-equipped and wrongly deployed troops as well as of huge numbers of Iraqis), in addition to unconnected charges of treason and of imposing policies likely to have genocidal consequences. Actually, that's several aggressive wars, for his role in the bombing of Serbia and complicity in the subsequent and ongoing genocide of the Serbs of Kosovo are also clearly actionable.

It would be entirely reasonable for a future British government to hand Blair over for trial and, if found guilty, punishment by, either Sunni Iraq, or the representatives of the exiled Kosovan Serbs. On the other hand, it would be more honourable if the post-liberal regime change government of Britain washed our own dirty linen. So while we believe that the judicial murder of Saddam is hypocritical victors' justice, we won't waste any tears on the old tyrant. We will, however, remember the precedent."

2:51 PM  
Blogger Hellenic Nationalist said...


Since you mntion BNP quite a bit, I thought I WOULD let you know about this:

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DECEMBER 18, 2006'

It really does speak for itself, so grab a suitably festive pork pie, sit back and enjoy the Zionist verbiage which follows.
Look out for the barefaced lie that Iran has threatened to nuke Israel. The only military strike threatened thus far has been BY Israel AGAINST Iran:


The Islamist government of Iran, which has openly threatened to nuke
Israel, recently held a global conference of Holocaust deniers.
Although we are obviously not the target of this particular offensive,
this is relevant to us because it makes clear the genocidal ambition of
the jihadists. They believe in subjugating the entire world to Islam,
and believe God gave them the right to kill anybody who gets in their

Because of our party's unfortunate past, let us be quite clear: the
Holocaust is a bald historical fact, the denial of whose existence
belongs in the same lunatic-fringe category as those who think the moon
landings were faked. (Historians' arguments about the details do not
prove the whole thing was invented.)

What we must deny, is not that it happened, but that it somehow proves
we must all embrace multicultural liberalism because anyone who doesn't
is somehow a ‘Nazi’. The exploitation of this genocidal tragedy by
power-hungry liberals trying to morally bully the rest of us is the real
scandal today.

Yes, Holocaust deniers have the right to free speech, just like Marxist
traitors, people who think pigs have wings, and everyone else. Free
societies don't put people in jail for saying stupid things. But this
doesn't make them true, morally admirable, or useful to our cause, so
the BNP will not associate with such persons.

The United States and Britain led a chorus of Western disgust today
at an Iranian conference on the Holocaust, which the White House
labelled as an ‘affront to the entire civilised world’.

British Prime Minister Tony Blair condemned as ‘shocking beyond
belief’ the meeting of revisionist historians in Tehran seeking to
cast doubt on the Nazi slaughter of six million Jews during World War

The event, Blair argued, was a ‘symbol of sectarianism and hatred’
and an indictment of the policies being pursued by its organiser,
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

‘What further evidence do you need to have that this regime is
extreme?’ Blair told reporters.

In Washington, White House spokesman Dana Perino offered an equally
unequivocal denunciation of the conference -- attended by various
high-profile Holocaust-deniers like French professor Robert
Faurisson, German-born Australian Fredrick Toben and former Ku Klux
Klan member David Duke.

‘The gathering ... in Tehran is an affront to the entire civilised
world, as well as to the traditional Iranian values of tolerance and
mutual respect,’ Perino said.

Iran has defended its decision to hold the conference, which entered
its second and final day today, styling it as a scientific forum to
examine questions posed by Ahmadinejad, who has repeatedly cast doubt
on the truth of the Holocaust.

Israel has spearheaded the international outcry over the meeting and
Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, on an official visit to Germany, said it
only served to underline the security threat posed by Iran.

‘The statements of the Iranian leadership at the conference underline
once again the unacceptable character of the Iranian policy and
underline the danger to Western civilisation as a whole from such a
state,’ Olmert said.

Earlier today, the prime minister had laid a wreath at a Berlin train
station from which 50,000 Jews were herded onto trains heading for
the Nazi death camps.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, addressing a joint press conference
with Olmert, rejected ‘in the strongest terms’ the denials of the
Holocaust made at the Tehran event.

‘Germany will never accept this and will use all possibilities at its
disposal to oppose it,’ Merkel said.

The Vatican also issued a related statement that stressed
the ‘appalling tragedy’ of the Holocaust and warned of the dangers of
denying historical evidence.

‘The memory of these terrible events must remain as a warning to
consciences in order to eliminate conflicts, to respect the
legitimate rights of all people, to plead for peace with truth and
with justice,’ the Holy See said.

French Foreign Minister Philippe Douste-Blazy drew applause in
parliament when he condemned the resurgence of revisionist ideas on
the Holocaust as ‘unacceptable’ -- a judgment echoed by his Italian
counterpart Massimo D'Alema.

EU Justice Commissioner Franco Frattini expressed shock at any
attempt ‘to deny, trivialise or minimise’ the massacres perpetrated
by the Nazis and stressed that the European Commission would use all
its influence to fight such ‘repugnant phenomena’.

Historians specialising in the Third Reich, basing their figures on
original Nazi documents, generally believe around six million Jews
were killed in the Holocaust, although some estimates are slightly
lower or higher. Hitler's regime also killed millions of non-Jews.

It is a crime to deny the Holocaust in a dozen European countries,
including Germany and Austria.



3:06 AM  
Blogger Nikola said...

BNP member:
Regarding the BNP article on Saddams death, I thought it was fairly good. Only part I would fault is the bit about Saddam being a tyrant (I outline my position in my newest blog entry). I can understand the BNP's position though, you cant supply people that have been subjected to years of propaganda with something radically different to that which they accept as the gospel truth. They have to try and bridge the gap between media fantasy and reality.

Hellenic Nationalist:
I am aware of the points that you bring up. Certainly I was dissapointed by a recent article (which did not reflect the party stance but the views of the individual), which tried to argue that it was in the British interests to support Israel. Id could accept proclaiming neutrality in the conflict (just about), but a pro-Israel policy would be ludicrous.
The important point for me is not whether the BNP accepts the holocaust happened. Its not its duty to argue about historical events that could have negative consequences on its goals. It is more worrying to me that the anti-Islamic rhetoric, while justified in most respects, could lead to support for an attack on Iran. Criticising Islam and its abuses is necessary to fight the wave of Islamic colonisation of Europe. But this should not extend to invading Islamic countries. They should be free to practice whatever they want in their own countries. Certainly some of Lee Barnes' opinion pieces seem to imply that attacking countries such as Iran, which are no threat to Europe, is a good idea. The reason why the BNP accept the holocaust is as I pointed out earlier because:
'you cant supply people that have been subjected to years of propaganda with something radically different to that which they accept as the gospel truth. They have to try and bridge the gap between media fantasy and reality.'

Therefore they refuse to fight that battle (which offers them precious little benefit, and much potential losses) and simply try to point out:
'The exploitation of this genocidal tragedy by power-hungry liberals trying to morally bully the rest of us is the real
scandal today. '

I can support this real politik to a certain extent. It depends how far it goes. Were the compromises to go as far as support for Israel in some global war of civilizations I would be firmly opposed.

7:24 PM  
Blogger Hellenic Nationalist said...

The argument , or asome would say apologia, that the established democratic "Nationalist" parties in the EU are simply playing "real politik" is something I alos heard from one time supporters of the LAOS party Of Karatzaferis which also did some outlandish things in support of homosexuality and Jews in recent years, I do not see these parties as independent of Jewish-Zionist control, the same is true of other parties which have mysterioulsy exposed themselves as also being pro-Israel, the BNP is no exception, what of Le Pen's National Front? Same as LAOS. I see them as phoney fronts by Zionist intent on putting a leash on what they see as "the racist community" in various EU scenarios.

6:52 AM  
Blogger The Lincolnshire Patriot said...

good blog Nikolai - there is a lot of info regarding the korans message to non-believers on You csn see what we face.
The Lincolnshire Patriot

6:44 PM  
Blogger Nikola said...

Sorry its taken me a while to get back to you Hellenic Nationalist. Some of the parties may well be fronts, and some may well be sacrificing their ideals to become more politically acceptable. Let us hope this is not the case. I do feel though that parties such as the BNP hold on to enough positive ideals as to completely differentiate them with the political incumbants. Were they to dilute themselves in exchange for power that would be sad, but given the current state of things, even if they did, they would probably still have policies that would change the political landscape. For example exiting the EU is one thing I believe they will not drop, and even this one simple step would be a vast improvement on the current situation.
Also Id add that appeasing homosexuals is far more outrageous in a country like Greece, than in western europe. I wouldnt think that a traditional Orthodox approach to gays would cost a party any appreciable amount of votes, which makes it all the more sad that LAOS bent over backwards to tow the line. I wouldnt regard that as real politik as much as shameless subservience. Given the spiritual vacuum within western europe right now, this issue is a lot more controversial than in the east. Even if the policy is not 100% to our liking, most parties on the right have stances that would improve the current situation. For instance, banning the promotion of homosexuality, the teaching of it as normal in schools, and 'marriages' between gays.

8:27 PM  
Blogger IslamExposed said...


"And KILL them where ever you find them..." Quran 2:191

8:18 AM  

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