Crocodile Tears About Acts of Islamic Violence

“What a sickening lot of sanctimonious hypocritical cowards, quislings, liars, and traitors our political class has become! I curse them all.”

Paul Weston has a few choice words about the response of European politicians to the Charlie Hebdo massacre:

Paul Weston is a British-based writer who focuses on the damage done to Western Civilisation by the hard left’s ongoing cultural revolution, which seeks to destroy the Christian, capitalist and racial base of the West. He is the leader of Liberty GB, his website may be found here, and his political Facebook page here. For links to his previous essays, see the Paul Weston Archives.

12 thoughts on “Crocodile Tears About Acts of Islamic Violence

  1. Mr. Weston is spot on in his assessment of European politicos.

    They have betrayed Europe and the U.S. in toto,

    My guess is that that the Saudis, Qataris and Kuwaitis have found the respective prices to buy out our political class and now they work for Islam.

    It shouldn’t surprise us, after all they’ve been selling themselves to the highest bidder for a long time. The Saudis started buying American congressmen first then worked their way up to presidents. Now the Muslims just bought the entire sorry lot.

    The Bush’s have a Saudi and Kuwait connection, Clinton does as well, Obama does too. Cameron is a agent for Qatar. I suspect it’s the same for many senior members of parliament and congress. Those guys are a lot cheaper than a head of state.

  2. Outstanding! What a state of affairs though, that someone needs to say this. Paul is right, these hypocrites and liars stand there one minute, saying “Je suis Charlie” and the next they announce that despite these mohammedan assasins killing jews – ONCE AGAIN in France – remember Ilan Halimi, murdered by islamic “Barbarians” – remember the child victims of MOHAMED Merah – that islam is a religion of peace.

    They must know that everyone regards them as liars! Do they think no one has eyes to see, or ears to hear? We don’t rely on them for information – we know the truth, we can see for ourselves that there are MUSLIMS all around the world killing, raping, crucifying people in the name of their EVIL SO-CALLED “PROPHET” MAHOMET!!!

    53. The Special Rapporteur also reiterates his concern in relation to
    anti-blasphemy laws, which are inherently vague and leave the entire concept open
    to abuse. He wishes to underscore once again that international human rights law protects individuals and not abstract concepts such as religion, belief systems or
    institutions, as also affirmed by the Human Rights Committee (CCPR/C/GC/34,
    para. 48). Moreover, the right to freedom of religion or belief, as enshrined in
    relevant international legal standards, does not include the right to have a religion or
    belief that is free from criticism or ridicule.

    53. Le Rapporteur spécial réaffirme qu’il déplore l’existence de lois contre le
    blasphème qui sont vagues par nature, ce concept ouvrant la voie à tous les abus. Il
    tient à souligner à nouveau que le droit international des droits de l’homme protège
    les personnes et non des concepts abstraits comme la religion, les systèmes de
    croyance ou les institutions, ainsi que l’a également affirmé le Comité des droits de
    l’homme (CCPR/C/GC/34, par. 48). Qui plus est, le droit d’avoir une religion ou des convictions, qui est consacré dans les normes juridiques internationales pertinentes,
    ne comprend pas le droit d’avoir une religion ou des convictions qui ne peuvent
    faire l’objet de critiques ni de moqueries.

    Frank La Rue, Promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion
    and expression
    , UN General Assembly, 67th Session, 7th September 2012 (available here).

  3. In addition, regarding the British state’s immediate proposal to increase state control over the internet, in response to the islamic terrorist attacks in France:

    33. The types of action taken by States to limit the dissemination of content online not
    only include measures to prevent information from reaching the end-user, but also direct targeting of those who seek, receive and impart politically sensitive information via the Internet. Physically silencing criticism or dissent through arbitrary arrests and detention, enforced disappearance, harassment and intimidation is an old phenomenon, and also applies to Internet users. This issue has been explored in the Special Rapporteur’s report to the General Assembly under the section on “protection of citizen journalists” (A/65/284). Such actions are often aimed not only to silence legitimate expression, but also to intimidate a population to push its members towards self-censorship.

    34. The Special Rapporteur remains concerned that legitimate online expression is being criminalized in contravention of States’ international human rights obligations, whether it is through the application of existing criminal laws to online expression, or through the creation of new laws specifically designed to criminalize expression on the Internet. Such laws are often justified on the basis of protecting an individual’s reputation, national security or countering terrorism, but in practice are used to censor content that the Government and other powerful entities do not like or agree with.

    Frank La Rue, Report of the Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression, UN General Assembly, Human Rights Council, 17th Session, document A/HRC/12/17/27, 16th May 2011 (available here)

  4. Remember also the political establishment’s treatment of the ordinary British citizen, Darren Conway, who put SOMETHING up in his window that a muslim found offensive. It may, as a guess, have been a quotation from Islamic sources about Mohammed’s marriage to six-year-old Aisha, and its consummation when she was nine. Notwithstanding that he was the sole carer for his disabled father, he was sentenced to a year in prison.
    Subsequent enquiries under the Freedom of Information Act as to what that SOMETHING was that he put in his window were met with a refusal to disclose it. Thus in Chronic Britannia today we can be imprisoned for SOMETHING but none of us can know what it is that we can be imprisoned for. Paul Weston says it is a madhouse.

  5. If you think the European political elite is bad, visit the USA! Obama can’t bring himself to utter ‘terrorist’ and ‘Islam’ in the same sentence! Well, what can we expect? He will not denigrate the religion of his Kenyan, Communist, Muslim Daddy nor his Indonesian, Muslim step-father! In fact, he is bringing in MORE Muslim migrants.

    • Actually it not as bad here in the U.S. we can still own weapons and defend ourselves and still openly demonstrate without a visit from the Po po.

      What is bad is that our political class is just as beholden to Islam as Europe’s is. It doesn’t matter if you are Conservative or Liberal, the party elite all toe the line on Islam and immigration.

      When Michelle Bachman questioned Hillary’s relationship with a Muslim Brotherhood princes(Huma Abedin) Senate Republicans destroyed her career.

      No one wants to talk about Grover Norquist and his marriage to a Muslim woman or his close association with Muslims.

      Look how there is no move to ban Americans Muslims returning from fighting for ISIS. Nothing from the GOP. Instead we lay out the welcome mat.

  6. What about William Hague, David Cameron and the Bosnian-Muslim Arminka Helic? A refugee from Yugoslavia in the 90’s, who now sits as a Baroness in the House of Lords, courtesy of Mr Slippery (Cameron). She was an adviser to both of them, odd how Hague’s position on Israel (as Foreign Secretary) changed from that of a staunch supporter.

  7. Especially when you consider that the “march” for the politicos was an out and out fraud, a photo op…
    Let’s link arms and march with the people, er no. Let’s have photos taken looking like we are at the head of the march and then get back in our cars and get the hell out of there.

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