LET’S TALK ABOUT THE FRIDGES AND THE BEES | Daily Telegraph

Just what is Islamic terrorism, exactly? What are the causes and background of this mysterious phenomenon? Sixteen years and more than 30,000 Islamic terrorist attacks after September 11, 2001, many are none the wiser.

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Dracon

Ramadanadingdong Bombathon Day 3

12 Attacks 118 Dead

Four attacks a day, 39.3333 deaths per day.

Lee

The ludicrous fridge/bee comparison can be utterly destroyed by using a very simple analogy.

Vastly more children are abused and raped by people who are not Catholic priests than those who are, but no one would seriously argue from that that we should ignore or shift the blame away from those miscreants in the Catholic church!

But those making comparisons with people dying as result of (insert here) reasons, are deliberately trying to draw attention away from Islamist terrorists, or the religious component.

Melissa1

Terrorism is just the tip of the iceberg.  Don’t judge terrorism on the number of dead, as terrible as that is.  Judge terrorism on what it is aiming to achieve.  The deaths are not the objective, they are the means to an an end.  The end is the spread of Islam across the world.  Terrorism works, because every time we have a terrorist attack Islamic institutions receive more money to combat terror and more political influence as they are seen as the solution to the problem, not the problem itself.  Western societies are fast becoming Sharia compliant as a result of these attacks.  Blasphemy laws are making a comeback and useful idiots are accusing those who criticise Islam as ‘racist’.  Fear political Islam, the terrorist attacks are just the beginning.

Tim

How to fight the war against bees:

– figure out if you’re allergic and get an Epipen if you are allergic.

How to fight the war against fridges:

– put them on a flat surface.

For some reason “carrying an Epipen” or ” putting them on a flat surface” doesn’t work with terrorists, I wonder why. It’s almost like they require a different response. I wonder what it could be.

 

 

Source: LET’S TALK ABOUT THE FRIDGES AND THE BEES | Daily Telegraph

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