Saturday, October 14, 2006

Schoolgirl Arrested for Asking Question, but Imam Not Charged After Calling for Killing Insulters of Islam

Al-Brittania whose capital is Londonistan is rapidly sinking into "anarcho-tyranny" which means that:
Some people, apparently, do not have to watch everything they say. The less control the authorities have with Muslims, the more control they want to exercise over non-Muslims. This strange mix of powerful censorship of public debate, yet little control over public law and order, has by some been labeled anarcho-tyranny. The reason why European authorities are becoming increasingly totalitarian in their censorship efforts is to conceal the fact that they are no longer willing or able to uphold even the most basic security of their citizenry.

The link in the quote above cites a half-dozen cases where EU citizens were arrested and sentenced heavily for absurdly minor infractions while Muslims openly calling for violence were not even taken to a police station.

Of course, with the Belgians, who speak French, this is due to the cowardice gene in the country's DNA. But the British examples are disturbing.

Stop the ACLU has a blog on the moral atrocity of arresting a schoolgirl who simply wants to participate in a class group THAT SPEAKS ENGLISH!

The Volokh Conspiracy has a blog on the story, with a long list of commenters, some of whom are wondering if the incident is even true.

1984 may have been a work of fiction, but some British authorities may consider it a blueprint for administrative and criminal law---has British parliament gone mad?

Anarcho-tyranny sums it up. Prosecute the innocent and placate/pacify the guilty because the guilty [or their unassimilated ethnic group] may retaliate. The Daily Mail story says the group were "Asians" speaking an Asian language. So delicate.

They were obviously Muslims speaking Urdu or another Paki dialect. And Muslims have a disturbing habit of blowing themselves up in violent paroxysms of spasmodic convulsive mayhem, taking all those in the vicinity with them to the afterlife.

Just one of those cultural quirks.

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