Sunday, June 17, 2007

Great Moments In Liberal Strategy

The Student Grants at Time Out have (rightly!) been given a lot of stick over their 'I for one welcome our new Islamic overlords' article (best of all here), but I think it serves a useful social purpose as the perfect barometer of the sheer corruption of the Left.

After all those years of Libs raging against those repressive squares on the Right, it turns out that oppression is no big thing for the Left, after all. What we always suspected turns out to be true: the whole 'human rights' thing is a Liberal fraud.

OK, so the Left's alliance with the Islamofascists is old news, but it seems to me that the authors have made a more profound mistake. They lay out a vision of a radically different Britain under Islam. True, it's a vision of a land with 'flowery meadows and rainbow skies and, and rivers made of chocolate where the children danced and laughed and played with gumdrop smiles.' but in doing so they concede an important point.

This isn't about 'religious freedom'. You can believe the world was made by giant elephants if you want. Islam is an ideology with religious elements, not the other way round. If Liberals want to wax lyrical about the new Golden Age of Britanistan, then they can shove their whining about 'Islamophobia' when the rest of us point out the dark side of Islamic ideology.

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