Bataclan band banned as political correctness trumps all

Doesn't hold an entirely positive view of Muslims…

Doesn’t hold an entirely positive view of Muslims…

You literally couldn’t make this stuff up.

The band that were playing when the Bataclan theatre in Paris was shot up by Muslims in 2015 has been banned from performing at two French music festivals for daring to air some inconvenient views about the attacks.

In other words, people who were lucky not to have been killed by a bunch of crazed Islamic terrorists with AK-47s are punished for saying things that are not entirely positive about Muslims. Wow.

As Laura Rosen Cohen would say, Fuck you, France – you deserve the Islamic hellhole fate that awaits you and the rest of Europe.

Two French music festivals have cancelled Eagles of Death Metal concerts this summer over remarks by the band’s frontman about the Paris attacks.

The Rock en Seine concert in the French capital and the Cabaret Vert festival in northern France said on Friday they are “in total disagreement with Jesse Hughes’ recent allegations”.

Hughes claimed in an interview last week that he saw “Muslims celebrating in the street during the attack”.

He also said he spotted some “terrorists” in the Bataclan concert hall before the band’s fateful 13 November show. (source)

No doubt survivors of Islamic terrorist attacks are supposed to say Islam is a Religion of Peace™…

EgyptAir disappearance – terrorism the most likely cause

The aircraft involved in the disappearance

The aircraft involved in the disappearance

A fully serviceable aircraft disappears off radar screens without any hint of a problem from the crew.

This scenario points to one thing – an explosion on board. Instantaneous failure of the fuselage, depressurisation and loss of critical flight systems mean that there is no time to send a distress signal. Before the pilots realise what’s happening, they are unconscious from hypoxia and plummeting towards the sea – along with their passengers.

Obviously the authorities cannot speculate as freely as this, so until evidence is found, such conclusions will be avoided. But I think it is pretty obvious.

The flight departed from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport, and, like in Brussels, there are plenty of followers of the Religion of Peace™ employed there. Even Time concedes this fact:

While there is still no reason to believe Thursday’s crash involved a security flaw at the facility, there is particular reason for concern about CDG. The sprawling airport sits just on the edge of Seine Saint-Denis, a district 16 miles northeast of Paris with France’s highest proportion of immigrants, the majority from Muslim communities in the North and West Africa, according to official statistics.

The airport is a key source of jobs for local residents, who have been hard hit by years of recession and high unemployment. In recent years the area has earned a reputation for being a flashpoint of radicalism. Five days after the Paris attacks in November, police cornered the mastermind of the operation in a hideout in Seine Saint-Denis, killing him in a fierce gun battle.

It is easy to surmise that one of the employees stepped onto the top rung of the Ladder of Islam, and planted the device on the aircraft whilst on the ground, sentencing 66 passengers and crew to death in the cause of Allah.

I would be delighted to be proved wrong – we shall see if I am.

Paris and Brussels attacks: huge terror network hidden in plain sight

France descends into a terrorist hellhole

France descends into a terrorist hellhole

Watching the ABC’s Four Corners yesterday evening, on the subject of the recent European terror attacks, the most astonishing thing that struck me was how such a huge terror cell could remain undetected for so long.

They were able to buy weapons, explosives and detonators and plan two military style assaults, across two countries, right under the noses of the European security services.

Dozens of Islamic terrorists were involved in numerous coordinated attacks across Paris and Brussels, and yet not one tiny piece of intelligence leaked out. Not a skerrick of information made its way through to the police or intelligence agencies.

Why? Because the Muslim communities are completely watertight.

No intelligence leaked out because nobody wanted it to leak out. Hundreds of people in those communities must have heard little snippets, known something, little scraps of information that might, when taken together, have put a picture together and saved those 130 innocent victims.

But there was essentially zero cooperation from the community, zero intelligence and zero chance of stopping a barbaric mass murder of innocent civilians. The perpetrators were known to many, and they weren’t just ignored, they were actively concealed.

A recent poll ($) confirms this absence of cooperation – only one in three Muslims in the UK would report terrorist sympathisers in their midst.

The global community of Muslims, the umma, transcends any duty to an infidel host country. They would never betray one of their own…

And so it was in Paris and Brussels.

Hardly surprising therefore that many were ‘dancing in the streets‘ at the news of the Brussels attack, which they regard as a victory for Islam over the unbelievers.

Zebiba boy at the heart of terror network

Zebiba boy at the heart of terror recruitment

It was also interesting to see a photo of a key jihadi recruiter in Molenbeek, a Muslim enclave of Brussels, Khalid Zerkani. Note the dark bump on his forehead. That’s known as a zebiba, or prayer bump, which, according to Wikipedia, is “apparently due to the friction generated by repeated contact of the forehead with the prayer mat during [Muslim] daily prayers.”

Furthermore, “the bump also serves as a public demonstration of one’s piety, with some Muslims using various methods to deliberately cultivate the bump to acquire the appearance of a devout Muslim.”

But don’t forget, none of this has anything to do with Islam, just in case you were wondering.

France: ‘Religion of Peace’ hides massive arms caches in mosques

Terrible rat infestation down at the mosque…

Terrible rat infestation down at the mosque…

UPDATE: A number of people have claimed that gunpowder was stored in churches and therefore christianity is just as bad as Islam. This is quite wrong. Gunpowder was stored in churches not to arm the worshippers for any possible fight with non-believers, but because there was a mistaken belief that the church bells would protect the gunpowder from lightning strikes that caused the gunpowder to explode. This is in stark contrast to the storage of arms and ammunition at a mosque, where such items are intended to be used to attack the infidels.

What other religion on earth stores weapons in its places of worship?

  • Are churches used to store guns and ammo?
  • Pipe bombs manufactured in synagogues, perhaps?
  • Those Methodists are pretty tricky, I’m sure they’ll have a few AK-47s in the vestry behind the choir robes.

Funny isn’t it, that the only religion that actually does all of these things is still laughably referred to as The Religion of Peace™. [Read more…]

10 Leftist myths about Islam

Totally busted

Totally busted

The terrorist atrocities in Paris on 13 November have unleashed a tsunami of delusional Leftist commentary on Islamic State and how we should respond (or not respond, as the case may be).

Case in point, Waleed Aly’s lecture on Channel 10 earlier this week (see my fisking here), which Leftists around the world homed in on as the ultimate expression of their views on the subject. As expected it was a stomach-churning cocktail of snake-oil, hippy ‘love-not-hate’ Kumbaya and full-blown Islamic taqiyya.

So here are ten myths perpetuated by the Left to ensure they stay safely isolated from the unpleasant reality that the world faces, busted for your enjoyment. [Read more…]

Paris Attacks: Mufti hides behind the cowardly fiction of ‘Islamophobia’



Islam has pursued its Qur’an-sanctioned agenda of global supremacism and violence against non-Muslims since the 7th century. For the Mufti to claim that this agenda is now driven by ‘Islamophobia’ is a cowardly fiction.

Islamophobia is a term hijacked recently by Muslims to divert attention away from Islam’s supremacist agenda. And the West, as usual, has fallen for it, hook, line and sinker. [Read more…]

‘Racism’ and ‘Islamophobia’ cause Muslims to blow up stuff and kill people

Disconnected from reality

Disconnected from reality [click to enlarge]

What race is Islam again?

Utterly disgusting response to the Paris terrorist attacks from the ‘Grand’ Mufti of Australia, who lays the blame for those vicious and barbaric atrocities at the feet of everyone except the Muslim community and Islamic ideology:

These recent incidents highlight the fact that current strategies to deal with the threat of terrorism are not working. It is therefore imperative that all causative factors such as racism, Islamophobia, curtailing freedoms through securitisation [completely the wrong word, by the way – Ed], duplicitous foreign policies and military intervention must be comprehensively addressed.

The Mufti is too dense to realise that any ‘Islamophobia’ that exists (and it rarely does exist) arises directly from incessant daily litany of Islamic terrorist acts, which have been going on pretty much since the 7th Century.

But from the Mufti’s clouded and blinkered perspective, Islam is perfect, so it cannot possibly be at fault. Anything bad that happens cannot be the result of any wrongdoing by Muslims, and therefore he looks everywhere else to find a cause – except in a mirror.

The rest of us civilised people are thoroughly sick of Islam and the perpetual whining and bleating from this highly over-privileged and under-achieving group, and this kind of patronising, pompous and sanctimonious lecturing just makes it ten times worse.

The West’s phobia of a barbaric, supremacist, medieval political ideology that wants to see us dead is a natural response and is entirely justified.

Oh, and if you’re waiting for those protests from ‘moderate’ Muslims condemning the attacks…

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