Islamists work to change the (veiled) head count in London

A little less than a year ago, after the French enacted the burqa ban that just recently went into effect, I published a post entitled When is a burqa, not a burqa?  When it’s a weapon, in which I wrote the following:

Because Islamic religious trappings are not about man’s relationship to God but, instead, are about man’s relationship to the Islamic state, every Islamic procedure or practice, whether it’s abstaining from alcohol, ritual foot washing, burqas or minarets is, in essence, a body count.  The number of burqa clad women in any given society is the equivalent of a Western census.  If you can get all of your women to wear the burqa and then, through rape and acid-throwing intimidation, get all of their women to wear the burqa, you’ve won.  Who cares that the women so clad are not closer to Allah?  It’s enough that they’ve been submitted, willingly or not, to Islam.  There is no faith involved, just force and a numbers game.

Today, in a British newspaper, I read this:

Women who do not wear headscarves are being threatened with violence and even death by Islamic extremists intent on imposing sharia law on parts of Britain, it was claimed today.

Other targets of the ‘Talibanesque thugs’, being investigated by police in the Tower Hamlets area of London, include homosexuals.

Stickers have been plastered on public walls stating: ‘Gay free zone. Verily Allah is severe in punishment’.


It is believed Muslim extremists are behind a spate of attacks being investigated by police, according to the Sunday Times.

An Asian woman who works in a pharmacy in east London was told to dress more modestly and wear a veil or the shop would be boycotted.

When she went to the media to talk about the abuse she suffered, a man later entered the pharmacy and told her: ‘If you keep doing these things, we are going to kill you’.

The 31-year-old, who is not a practising Muslim, said she has since been told to take holiday by the pharmacy owners and now fears she may lose her job.

She said: ‘Why should I wear a hijab (headscarf) or burqa? I haven’t done anything wrong.’

It’s all about body counts.  When the critical mass of women in London, Muslim or not, are in burqas, it’s an Islamic country.  Likewise, when the gays — the same ones who currently insist on siding politically with the Muslims against the Jews — are all hanged, it’s an Islamic country.

We in the West aren’t dying with our boots on; we’re dying in an abject, multiculturalist, politically correct grovel.

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  • jj

    I have in the past wondered in this space why any female with a claim to live brain cells would be a Muslim.  The question still stands – along with the one that goes: “what does it take to wise women up?”

  • Charles Martel

    jj, women in Islamic society are so beaten down that it takes not only an act of great courage to get out from under, it takes some sort of safe house or support group she can go to that can protect her.

    Such places don’t exist in the Islamic world, and in a decadent, demoralized culture like Britain, there are no men of courage to set up such protection. We can expect to see more of these incidents occurring there, with little or no pushback from civilized Britons.

    We can’t do anything for a people that will not defend itself, but we can do something for ourselves. Once Muslims reach a higher percentage of population in the United States, we can look for similar incidents to happen. We’ve already seen the anti-Semitic takeover of UC Irvine by Muslim militants, and the silly requests—sometimes granted—for publicly financed foot baths, and “requests” for Muslims-only swimming hours. We should resist loudly and strongly.

    Islam delenda est.

  • jj

    I don’t know.  Comes a point you have to suck it up and damn the torpedoes – which is of course always a great deal easier to say than do.   But if the world were in the habit of waiting for a ‘safe house’ before the people got mad and took matters into their own hands – then the world would have been short of a lot of game-changing moments.
    Lysistrata and the girls probably did not have safe houses – or anything else that was particularly safe – when they shut the men off, but they were making a point and they did it anyway.  The men who signed the Declaration of Independence didn’t wait until their escape route and safe houses were in place – they signed the damn thing anyway, because it was time to get it done.  (And it is not much taught in schools what became of most of them, beyond the most famous, either.  The British did not use those on whom they were able to lay hands kindly.)  I didn’t like the sons-of-bitches, but when the Russian people rose up against their autocrat rulers there was no guarantee they’d win, and they sure didn’t have any ‘safe houses,’ but they did it anyway.  (That they ended up worse off was a cruel joke of history.)
    History is replete with those who said ‘that’s enough,’ and rose up – and got killed for it.  But they did it because it needed doing, and maybe their actions inspired others to follow.  There’s never been a regime that could successfully silence – or kill – half the population, and there isn’t one now, either.  If women – especially American women who know better, but are signing up – don’t see that this is a very bad bargain for them, then I’m compelled to wonder what they are capable of seeing.

  • Ymarsakar

    The Japanese call that the sliding grovel.

    Where you bow on both hands and knees.

    Human psychology is inviolate. A crowd will only start doing things the moment the individual does. There is no other around it.