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Post-Woolich Anti-Muslim Backlashes and Depeche Mode



There has been a large increase in anti-Muslim incidents since the murder of a British soldier in Woolwich, an inter-faith charity has said.
Faith Matters, which runs a helpline, said they had received 162 calls since Wednesday's attack, up from a daily average of six.

A number of people have been charged after allegedly offensive comments were made on social media websites.

Drummer Lee Rigby was killed near Woolwich Barracks on Wednesday.

Shortly after his killing, 28-year-old Michael Adebolajo was filmed by a passer-by saying he had carried out the attack because British soldiers killed Muslims every day. - bbc

The UK is preparing for weekend clashes with right-wing extremists and copycat terror attacks after the killing of British soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich.

Police have arrested three people ahead of planned protests in Newcastle.

The English Defence League and Newcastle Unites are both holding marches and demonstrations in the city centre on Saturday afternoon. - ibtimes



Oh crap.  Why did all this nonsense have to happen now.  I've got a DM concert to get to on the 29th.  Now, I'll have to think twice as i might be a victim of this 'backlash' given I'm not white, or pinkish white, or whitish pink, or whatever colour 'white' people are supposed to be.  But then again, I'm Caucasian like them.  Just a brown-tinged one that is.  But I think that argument will be wasted on the EDL.

Well, the Left in the UK did warn that all this might happen before Britain joined America in their war on those who dared to do to them that which they do to others via embargoes, the Israelis, puppet governments and tyrants (which includes that git Saddam).  The British Left, of which I'm a supportive part, certainly had commonsense with regards to this issue.  You hit people, they are going to hit back.  Plain and simple.  So leave them alone.  All hail commonsense!  Calling them 'terrorists' isn't going to change that fact.   It might enable us to have short-term memory with regards to our sins, but we have sinned nevertheless.  That isn't a justification of terrorism, but commonsense. 

It's best we stop using the word 'terrorism' as it simple means 'very very bad people' and relieves us of the need to wonder why these 'very very bad people' do what they do because 'very very bad people do very very bad things' and it is as simple as that.


Now what these prats whom are behind the anti-Muslim backlash are doing, in effect, is protecting the right of the western elite to to knock others without the need to worry about consequences.  History shows whether I'm talking nonsense or not.  I abide by the inductive theory, that is, I allow an impartial appreciation of facts to formulate my opinions.

If anyone wants to allege that I'm 'supporting terror' or any such nonsense, just one simple question, 'who started first', and 'who continued to do so' till all this happened.  The answer to it will reveal who the 'terrorist' is, or what coaxed the 'terrorist' out of the woodwork. 

The aim here isn't to point fingers, but for all guilty parties to realise the error of their ways and say, 'sorry mate, i've been a twat, so i promise not to be one again'.  It's simple really.  For anything to be resolved, we need honesty and remorse.  That isn't a 'support of terrorism', it is a support for peace based on respect for all. 

Not asking these discomforting questions is that which incites 'terrorism' as it allows one side to do what they do so that the other side will react the way they do.

It's best we stop using the word 'terrorism' as it simple means 'very very bad people' and relieves us of the need to wonder why these 'very very bad people' do what they do because 'very very bad people do very very bad things' and it is as simple as that.  This is the scientific age mate, there is a reason for why people do what they do.  Many have moved on from the belief in the 'devil', but now want to revive him in the form of 'terrorists' who do what they do simply because they are evil, like the devil.  There is a reason, a cause, and an effect.  If we don't want to consider that, then we open ourselves to allegations that we don't want to think about that because we might then realise that we played a significant part in starting it all. 

The aim here isn't to point fingers, but for all guilty parties to realise the error of their ways and say, 'sorry mate, i've been a twat, so i promise not to be one again'.  It's simple really.  For anything to be resolved, we need honesty and remorse.  That isn't a 'support of terrorism', it is a support for peace based on respect for all.  Not asking these discomforting questions is that which incites 'terrorism' as it allows one side to do what they do so that the other side will react the way they do.  Think about it. 

For goodness sakes.  Now who do i look for for a refund of my DM tickets. 



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1 comment:

  1. The media don't help the situation. If you look at how they covered the aftermath of the Woolwich attack, they were demonising Muslims and were Islamaphobic.

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