BACKWASH . . . the politically correct stench
If it walks like a duck. . . . .
Let’s face it, to criticize even a brutal murder of an entire family by Islamic jihadists will get you in hot water.
Muslims sneaked into the Fogel home in Israel and slaughtered five members of the family, even a tiny baby for no reason at all, other than their ethnicity. Then the Palestinians celebrated the savage attack by passing out sweets and goodies. We all heard about the savage attack and subsequent celebration on TV.
When a British columnist, Melanie Phillips dared to describe the murders on a blog it brought the British Press complaints Commission down on her and they have actually initiated an investigation of the woman.
The complaints came from Engage, a group that is dedicated to advancing Muslim participation in British society, and from one of Britain’s most prominent Muslim leaders, Inayat Bunglawala, the chairman of Muslims4UK.
In describing the murders Ms. Phillips was accurate and colorful in describing the savages that perpetrated the grisly killings. More people need to have her courage and condemn Islamic extreme behavior and call it what it is.
Here once again is the prime example of taking a violent and senseless murder by Muslims and turning it around and yelling racism for mentioning the perpetrators.
So often in American media there is never a mention and in fact a denial that these brutal murders are Islamic Jihad, such as the Fort Hood murders. Despite the fact that Hasan handed out copies of the Koran that morning and yelled allah akbar as he began his murderous acts, the media is very reluctant to call it what it is, a Muslim Islamic murder.
To go after a blogger for calling a duck a duck is once again the stench of the politically correct, the useful idiots and the multiculturalists.
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