MCB Accuses UK of Nazism
Posted by Exile on November 11, 2007
The Muslim Council of Britain has been out and about during the weekend in the form of its leader, Dr Mohammed Abdul Bari. The MCB is the UK equivalent of CAIR and is equally as poisonous an affair as its American counterpart. I found two articles today, the first from the Asian Age magasine commenting on the second, from the Daily Telegraph, bringing it’s coverage of Dr. Bari.
London, Nov. 10: Warning Britain to beware of becoming like Nazi Germany, Dr Mohammed Abdul Bari, the leader of the Muslim Council of Britain, has said in an interview that the UK must be careful how it tackles terrorism and treats Islamic culture. “Every society has to be really careful so that situation does not lead us to a time when people’s minds can be poisoned as they were in the 1930s. If your community is perceived in a very negative manner and poll after poll says that we are alienated then Muslims begin to feel very vulnerable. We are seen as creating problems, not as bringing anything, and that is not good for society,” he warned.
“Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached.” Does that ring a bell? So just what is the new stuff brought by the influx of muslims to the UK? Apart from the terrorist attacks and street violence that goes with the culture of jihad? If anybody knows, then drop me a line. And don’t give me the cheap labour line. I don’t believe it.
Dr Bari also criticised the government for fuelling tensions in the Muslim community in UK rather than dissipating them by “unfairly targeting” Muslims, and said that it was undermining their status as “equal citizens”. He warned that blaming extremism on “a small, largely deprived community” leads to a “deterioration of community cohesion and fuels xenophobia”.
Although I can’t see how that is being done. How does one “unfairly target” the very community that has produced a plethora of terrorists , terrorist aides and supporters and has over the last few years caused mayhem wherever it raised its ugly head? But notice the rhetoric. A “small and largely deprived community”. How are they largely deprived? And of what? The victim card couldn’t be better played anywhere, than it is here.
“There is a disproportionate amount of discussion surrounding us. The air is thick with suspicion. It is not good for the Muslim community, it is not good for society,” he told the Daily Telegraph. He also reiterated that there is no such thing as Islamic terrorism. “Terrorists are terrorists, they may use religion but we shouldn’t say Muslim terrorists, it stigmatises the whole community. We never called the IRA Catholic terrorists.”
Yes we did. Just as we called the UFF protestant terrorists. But there is a difference here. The IRA and the UFF were motivated by political ideals, not all encompassing religious ones. No such thing as islamic terrorism? Please. Islamic terrorism has been going on for decades.
Bari then went on to expound his reasons for the apparent alienation of the muslim community and how to end it;
“For if genuine change is to be achieved, the Government needs to address key domestic and foreign policy concerns. These include poverty and social exclusion, Islamaphobia and discrimination, and the misuse of counter-terrorism powers.”
Ah, the foreign policy thing. Change your foreign policy and we won’t bomb you at home. He didn’t actually say that, but we all get the idea. The dreaded islamophobia. Tut-tut. Not good for the muslims. It makes it harder for them to move around unobserved. The misuse of counter terrorism powers? Yes, I suppose stopping muslim youths with backpacks and the like is misusing the powers that are in place. Just ask the victims of the London bus bombings. I’m sure they will agree. At least, those that are still alive.
Poverty ends when you get a job. Social exclusion ends when you stop dressing up in funny hats, scarves, facial covering and tents. Don’t want to be in a minority? Then join the majority.
When tackled on integration, or the lack of it, the MCB chief said integration in to society should be a two-way process and that the emphasis should be on the positive aspects of Muslim culture instead of the threat of Al Qaeda.
I agree. Integration should be two way. But we all know that it isn’t. Muslim doctors refusing to treat kuffars, muslim dentists forcing women to wear headscarves before treating them, supermarket workers refusing to check alcohol through the tills, the hatred that gets preached in arabic in the mosques on a friday afternoon.
To compare the people of Great Britain to the nazis, is like calling the Saudis mormons. The true racism, the true nazism, comes from the islamic faith. It is inherent in the belief system that the muslim is superior to all infidels. Do not befriend the infidel. Übermensch and untermensch. How much more nazi-like can it get?