Be Disclaimed

"It is no good to try to stop knowledge from going forward. Ignorance is never better than knowledge."
Enrico Fermi

February 22, 2006

News...a little late.

A Shia shrine has been blown up in Iraq.

Oh, apparently some Muslims here in the UK want
Sharia law.

Perhaps they want a
state within a state - this is an interesting article, too much to quote, so read the whole thing. Though a couple of interesting quotes:

"They think they have won the debate," he says with a sigh. "They believe that the British Government has capitulated to them, because it feared the consequences if it did not."

"It's confirmation of what they believe to be a familiar pattern: if spokesmen for British Muslims threaten what they call 'adverse consequences' - violence to the rest of us - then the British Government will cave in. I think it is a very dangerous precedent."

The Government, and Tony Blair, the Prime Minister, are fundamentally deluded about the nature of Islam."

"...I fear for the future, because Islamic communities within Britain will form a state within a state. Religion will occupy an ever-larger place in our collective political life. And, speaking as a religious man myself, I fear that outcome."

I don't think so.....go to a Sharia law ruled country Saudi.

Whle we're talking about Muslims , rememer the Christians slaughtered by Muslims in Nigeria...well it's
payback time. Also according to Sandmonkey, it appears Egyptians are getting stroppy.

Back to
Denmark, and those Imams may have miscalculated being found out.....because a party has been founded, Demokratiske Muslimer (Democratic Muslims), and it appears that they are getting pissed off with extremist Muslims. This is a good start.

(edit - wait a minute - a letter from a number of ambassadors of various Muslim countries to Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the Danish Prime Minister. Have a little read.

I like the bit that goes "We strongly feel that casting aspersions on Islam as a religion and publishing demeaning caricatures of the Holy Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) goes against the spirit of Danish values of tolerance and civil society. This is on the whole a very discriminatory tendency and does not bode well with the high human rights standards of Denmark. We may underline that it can also cause reactions in Muslim countries and among Muslim communities in Europe."

Does it read a little threatening to you?

Link from Infidel Bloggers Alliance to Eurabian News to to Berlinske...clicking on the link next to Grafik.)

Now you might have heard of the court case over the private diaries of
Prince Charles. I'd like to know why Mark Bolland the former aide to Prince Charles, is not being charged with theft. After all, he stole the diaries from the Prince and handed them to the Mail On Sunday. Actually the Mail On Sunday could be done for dealing with stolen goods right? There must be a legal person who reads me who could say one way or another.

Comment by Haloscan:



Blogger Tom Paine said to The MuppetLord...

I suspect he copied them, rather than stole the originals. He is guilty of breach of copyright (Charles can sue for damages) or breach of confidentiality in his capacity as an employee (Charles can sue for damages and give him a bad reference). He - and the Mail - relied on Charles not wanting to give the story "legs" by suing. That didn't work, but it's hard to see why not. Charles' reaction is not entirely rational, I suspect. I can sympathise with his being ticked off by this blatant betrayal, but he's only making it worse by dragging it through the courts. He's just selling more copies of the Mail.

February 26, 2006 8:27 am  
Blogger MuppetLord said to The MuppetLord...

Thanks for the info.

February 27, 2006 6:28 pm  

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