Bigoted Boris Johnson
Let’s face it, Boris Johnson has appeal due to his comical appearance and hilarious delivery of speeches. Now read this article, which he himself wrote in The Spectator and try to avoid smashing the screen in anger, as you attempt to read through this drivel.
Indeed, this is the same funny man who seems harmless cycling around London with his noticeable haircut, yet so Islamophobic. Anybody who is not distracted from reality can see how anti-Muslim he really is, not to mention how Zionist he is. Regarding the bulldozing of Palestinian homes and Israeli's coveting Palestinian land, he says this, “After decades of deranged attacks the Israelis have come to the conclusion that this is the best way to deter Palestinian families from nurturing these vipers in their bosoms, and also the best way of explaining to the death-hungry narcissists that they may get the 72 black-eyed virgins of scripture, but their family gets the bulldozer.”
Continue to read the article and where he destroys the parallels between the Irish Republican Army (IRA) and Muslim suicide bombers from Beeston, Yorkshire. He claims that the IRA at least had a cause, which was to unify Ireland and from this alone, he makes clear that the only reason Muslims turn to terrorism is to obtain 72 virgins/raisins in paradise.
Furthermore, he asks us to change Islam to be compatible with “British values and loyalty to Britain.” Maybe Boris needs to read this hadith:
“The similitude of believers in regard to mutual love, affection, fellow-feeling is that of one body; when any limb of it aches, the whole body aches, because of sleeplessness and fever.” [Muslim]
Then he needs to read history, where Muslims have shown loyalty to Britain, right down to helping fight in both world wars. In return, they get their resources pillaged, in places such as Iraq and demonisation by politicians such as himself and the media. So Boris, don’t lecture Muslims on Britain and British values, when your own loyalty is with Zionists. “That means disposing of the first taboo, and accepting that the problem is Islam. Islam is the problem.” The last sentence should particularly be the dropped penny for any sane minded Muslim, to not vote for Boris in the Mayoral Elections.
The title of his piece is despicable, the title asks us not to call it a “war” and how the usage of the term is demonising. However, the reality is he is waging a major ideological war and the article which asks “to get 18th century on Islam’s mediaeval ass” implies something else. Another ridiculous claim he makes is that, “The number of deaths from terrorism is falling across the world; indeed, the world has seldom been more peaceful since the age of the Antonine emperors.” I beg to differ; particularly as time has shown (the article was written in 2005) that sadly we cannot escape the love of the military industrial complex as Libya, Afghanistan, Iraq have now shown; God forbid Iran be added to the list.
He talks about the “the re-Britannification of Britain” as if somehow, the Muslims have stopped Britain from being Britain. This is nothing more than childish nationalist rhetoric: Muslims have no political power or media strength and so how they can/have dominated Britain is beyond reason of any human being with a sane mind. The difference between this statement and those made by the likes of the English ‘Defence’ League is that Boris spoke using proper English in a journalistic fashion.
Read his statement in the Spectator and just think: do we really want this man to continue to be mayor of London? Do we really want someone who can influence Islamophobic policies and has strong alliances with the Zionists to take control of our lives? Why would you want a man who despite integrating into society, still thinks that we are mentally rotten and a threat to British society?
Don’t let this man force us to redefine our religion. Don’t let this man call us extreme for feeling the pain of our brothers and sisters who are oppressed in other lands. DO NOT VOTE BORIS. Enough is enough. Stand up and vote for the voice of reason.