Laugh at those who insult freedom

Bartholomew observes that this Saturday 31st October there will be four protest groups converging on London. One al-Muhajiroun spinoff by the name of Islam3UK, calling for sharia law, and three counter-demonstrations (the BNP-ish English Defence League, Muslims4UK, and Muslims for Secular Democracy).

This lot are the funniest – and much more British than the BNP could ever be:
Al-Muhajiroun deserve to be laughed out of the public square.

8 Responses to “Laugh at those who insult freedom”

  1. barriejohn says:

    The ideas being promoted on the second video are so sensible and rational that they have absolutely no chance of catching on!

  2. barriejohn says:

    Sorry – I got confused there (it’s my age!). I see there’s only one video on this post!!

  3. Stonyground says:

    Excellent, I have a great deal of respect for these people they are probably taking quite a risk by standing up and being counted. Also I like the way that they draw you in at the beginning, tricking you into thinking that it is going to be just another Islamic nut-job video.

  4. GeorgeRic says:

    Don’t laugh at them. Get them to think. The whole ballgame (knowledge and understanding) is about to go through a major expansion, understanding a brand new (and traditional) view of our worlds. For doubters, it is a scientific approach, taking a theory and checking phenomena to see if that theory makes them more understandable.
    How great it is to find a blog of people who are honestly looking for answers. You people see only what is material; lots of Christian ideas are out of this world (and help us to live better in this world). Plato in his ‘Allegory of the Cave’ started it. Abbott, writer of ‘Flatland’, described contiguous dimensional worlds. ‘Techie Worlds’, available at, analyzes in a mechanistic sort of way. It looks at Christian concepts like Trinity, resurrection, judgment, soul, Satan and hell. Viewed dimensionally, those ideas make logical sense. That follows the pattern of science: examine phenomena in the light of a theory. When phenomena become more understandable, accept that theory.
    Throughout history mankind has experienced strange ideas and events: Wicca, Greek gods, Hindu pantheism, upturned corners on oriental temples, the sun dancing at Fatima. Materialists just deny them all. ‘Techie Worlds’, with its geometric understanding of worlds contiguous with ours, explains the structure of our real worlds. It is not accepted by bible thumpers and professional religious. They have faith. Instead it serves thinkers who are able to integrate sensible ideas. And those sharia types, when learning about the real world, will join with the rest of us.

  5. barriejohn says:

    OMG – I’m suffering from a bad dose of the deja vus here! Can we do NOTHING to get away from this idiot?

  6. Stuart H. says:

    I think it’s time for a rewrite of an old Noel Coward song.
    Something on the lines of ‘Mad Dogs and Islamists go out in the mid-day …(here I’m stuck…rain? hail? snow?)
    Just imagine – Al-Muhajiroun, queuing behind (say) some twin set and pearls Christians Against Sodomy demo for a chance to march about earnestly and be dismissed as bampots.
    No, really, isn’t there actually something charmingly pointless and, well, English about it all?

    • barriejohn says:

      This has been said many times before, Stuart! People who would normally be scratching one another’s eyes out will quite happily work together when it comes to attacking “homosexuals”, or “pornographers”, or whoever it happens to be that they have in their sights at the time!!

  7. Scaryduck says:

    You can’t say Al-Muhajiroun haven’t got a sense of humour. Their registered address was – at one stage – Tottenham Hotspur football ground