Interview with Tim Murray,
Islamic violence against humanity rages today since it started at the
1972 Olympics. It continues in bombing airliners out of the skies.
It continues in beheadings, burnings, car bombs, shoe bombs, underwear
bombs, and subway and train bombings. It’s the nature of that
religion to blow people up including themselves. To pretend that
Islam seeks peace reminds me of Hitler’s promise to be a good neighbor.
Everything in the Koran speaks of violence toward Jews and all non-believers.
Muslims kill their wives and daughters over perceived dishonoring of
the family name. Muslims cut their daughters as to female genital mutilation.
Muslims kill gays and force arranged marriages of their little girls.
Last week, an inane movie parody of their barbarian leader Mohammed
caused riots, shootings and killings of innocent people. None
of them ever gets upset when their jihadists and al-qaeda operatives
blow up Western countries. They danced and cheered in the streets
The cowardice that encouraged WWII
Back in 1938, British politician Neville Chamberlain appeased Hitler
for fear of confronting him. Chamberlain gave multiple concessions
so Hitler wouldn’t wage war on Great Britain. Instead of backing
Hitler down, it emboldened him. Those concessions showed weakness
and fear. Hitler’s war machine savagely attacked Poland and continued
onto Paris and London. If not for the United States, France and
England would be colonies of Nazi Germany.
Today, at the drop of a hat, making of a movie, some politician speaking
incorrectly about their barbaric Prophet Mohammed—and his followers
go nuts. They sustain a kind of “crazy emotionality” that has
moved beyond reality into the realm of insanity. Moments later,
in our Western democracies where free speech provides our most potent
freedom, our leaders like Secretary of State Hillary Clinton condemned
a movie parody with words such as, “Reprehensible, vicious, blah, blah….”
How much more cowardly can our president Obama be when he bows to Islamic
leaders and apologizes for our rights of free speech?
I talked with Canadian Tim Murray about his thoughts on Islam and its
continuing quest to overrun Western democracies. Can you give
us an idea of what has happened to Canada and what America faces Mr.
“What is the goal of waging "ideological jihad" if not this,” said Murray.
“To shift the focus away from a particular outrage--a murder, a bombing,
a hijacking, an outburst of mob violence and the threat posed by Islamic
terrorism---to the allegedly unfair treatment of Muslims in this country
and other Western democracies. Hey, it works, doesn't it?
"Progressive politicians and liberal media, having wet their pants at
the prospect of future Islamic violence, quickly validate those tactics
by apologizing for whatever offence the terrorists claim to has
justifiably "provoked" them. And why wouldn't they? They are largely
the product of decades of college indoctrination where two generations
of students have been taught that Western Civilization and all its works--the
product of "Dead European White Males"--is decadent and rotten to the
“In Canada, confessing regret for past wrongs has almost become a national
character trait. Bump into a Canadian in a lobby or a doorway entrance
and before you can move your lips you hear, “I’m sorry.” That may be
an admirable mark of civility in ordinary people, but when politicians
fall over themselves issuing apologies to every group that English Canadians
ever encountered in the last three centuries, it becomes tiresome. The
possibility that the British or the French or other Europeans ever contributed
some useful or valuable to this country seems lost in a parade of mea
culpa. One is given to wonder why so many millions of migrants from
other continents have aspired to come here given the mess that Europeans
allegedly made of this place. Did they come to teach us lessons
about the rule of law, parliamentary democracy, freedom of expression,
the right of collective bargaining or the Rights of Man? Or lecture
us about racism or caste prejudice having imbibed it at home?
“One gets the distinct impression, at times, that in Canada having British
or European ancestry is akin to having a disease, a stain that can never
be removed no matter how many apologies, ethno-cultural grants or preferential
hiring quotas are provided. CBC journalists have been heard, with thinly
veiled disdain and total impunity, to refer to certain neighborhoods,
towns or provinces as "white-bread" and "boring", while the slightest
departure from politically correct language in reference to other places
or peoples instantly provokes censure. Putting down 'whitey' has
become Canada's new Newfie joke, and a badge of political correctness
if uttered by a "whitebread" comic, radio commentator or party guest.
If one wants to prove his or her credentials as a certified member of
the smart set, there is nothing like gratuitous English-Canadian self-deprecation.
Congratulations, you are now a paid-up member of polite society.
“In other words, "Western guilt" is now firmly entrenched into our national
psyche---it even underpins the environmental movement. Having fled from
their foundational roots, which included a focus on overpopulation as
a key ingredient of environment degradation, they coined an absurd non-sequitur
called "environmental justice"--an apples and oranges hybrid customized
for watermelon greens who analyze our global environmental problems
through a rejuvenated Marxist paradigm dressed up in green clothing.
The ulterior motive, it seems, is not to save the environment, but to
save a worldview that one would have thought was discredited when the
Berlin Wall came down. The name of the game is to "get" capitalism and
bring down Western civilization. It is a strategy that was born long
ago, in the 1920s, by Marxist theoreticians like Antonio Gramsci and
the academics of the so-called Frankfurt School. It is called "Cultural
Marxism", and it is alive and well. As they chanted in college,
"Hey hey, Ho ho, Western civ has got to go."
“One suspects that their focus on climate change is not driven by science--as
compelling as it may be--but by a need to excuse the sins of the global
poor by focusing on the "greed" of the rich---a category defined as
the "one percent" in one forum, but inclusive of nearly all Westerners
in others. Since we churn out a disproportionate amount of GHG emissions,
it is argued, we deserve a disproportionate amount of blame. Not
one article on the environment, it seems, can fail to parrot the mantra
that North Americans represent only a small percentage of the world's
population but consume so much more of the world's resources or that--my
personal favourite--Canadians are "energy hogs" (Try living through
a Canadian winter without using a ton of energy). Seldom is the
conversation about the massive destruction of biodiversity occasioned
by the mere expansion of human numbers in Central America and the continents
of the southern hemisphere. In fact, any discussion about overpopulation
is said to be implicitly if not overtly "racist".
“Deforestation? Don't blame the poor, that's our fault. It's the multinational
logging companies---- peasant farmers who cut trees for firewood or
clear forests to plant crops are not on the radar. Be it poaching wildlife,
burning coal in cooking stoves--or having five children---the poor are
not to be held to account. They are not to be assigned any personal
responsibility. Maybe the Devil made Flip Wilson do it, but it
is poverty that drove them to it. Poverty which---you guessed
it---is all down to “capitalism”. And men of course. One cannot mention
"patriarchy" and female "empowerment" and "education of women" too many
times these days. The notion that in some cultures women may want to
have five kids is beyond the pale of consideration. And if they do want
five kids, no one has the right to try to interfere in any way with
“On the other hand, people in Western society must be made to believe
that they are personally responsible for everything they consume or
do---even though institutional decisions by governments and corporations,
as Derrick Jensen pointed out, account for more than 80% of energy consumption
in America (cf. "Forget Shorter Showers"). What is interesting
about this prescription of personal responsibility for ourselves but
not others is that it is not seen for what it is----a highly patronizing
attitude toward the poor, who are in effect being treated like
children who are not responsible for what they do. Is not this
“infantilization” itself a kind of 'racism'---- an application of double
“It should therefore come as no surprise that we have been rendered
defenseless before this latest barrage of Islamic violence and intimidation.
We have been ideologically disarmed by many years of indoctrination
and ideological engineering. Like the French who fell to self-doubt
and defeatism long before they fell to Hitler's invasion, we surrendered
years ago by surrendering our own self-respect. We have been taught
by a Puppet Intelligentsia to question our own legitimacy, and to interpret
a lethal challenge to our core values as an opportunity to embrace "diversity"
and enrichment. Despite Muslim leaders constantly re-affirming
their contempt for our values in both words and deed, we persist with
the pretense that Muslims will integrate as seamlessly as Europeans
did, notwithstanding their fervent allegiance to a belief system
that has not been reformed by the Enlightenment or informed by an appreciation
for the concept of a separation of mosque and state.
“In truth, the enemy does not lie outside our gates, but in our schools,
our broadcast studios, our parliaments and in the mindset of a generation
of Quislings who have been taught to regard their own cultural and economic
displacement as an expression of 'tolerance'. This tolerance, however,
does not extend to those of us who would lift the mask of this hallowed
"diversity" to expose the ugly sore of capitulation and betrayal that
lies beneath it.”
Contact Tim Murray: Contact him at : Tim Murray, www.immigrationwatchCanada.org , http://sinkinglifeboat.blogspot.com orhttp://biodiversityfirst.googlepages.com, said,
“I came upon an orchestration, the environmental movement, and all the
musicians were playing violins to the tune of “Overconsumption, overconsumption,
overconsumption.” They refused to play any other tune or use any other
instrument to compliment that narrow repertoire. Apparently some corporate
donors were paying them to be a one-trick pony.
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