10 May 2017

Islamic brainwashing

Interestingly, it's the Kuwaiti journalist in traditional Arab dress who's telling the home truths here:

"The principles and values of democracy, human rights, and secularism are universal principles, not just Western ones. That's right, the world has gone through globalisation, and (these ideas) are not restricted to a specific group of people....

You tell me that (Arab) peoples are demanding freedom. Brother, the Arabs can't even stand in line. They do not know how to ride a bus or stand in line for bread. They are demanding the "freedom" of the Islamic sharia, which calls for criminal and repugnant "rights" like stoning criminals and chopping off hands. Are these human rights? What "essence of freedom" is there in Islam? I see none.


The Western countries are afraid of Islamic people, and justifiably so. Most of these (Muslim) nations are criminal. These people are undergoing Islamic brainwashing. They are time bombs."

And it's the Sorbonne professor in the suit who's the one insisting that Islam is a religion of peace, and that it's the intelligence agencies who are responsible for all the terror attacks in Europe. [Mick Hartley] Read more