CONDELL’S FRIDAY ADDRESS TO THE UMMAHHome by Pete Moore September 21, 2012 27 1 min 9 yrs Tweet To mark Pakistan’s “Love the Prophet Day”, the Washington establishment falls to its knees and abases itself – Pat Condell, by contrast, has a few other words of advice. Yep, every word – Click to rate this post![Total: 0 Average: 0] Dhimmis Islam Post navigation Previous postNext post 27 thoughts on “CONDELL’S FRIDAY ADDRESS TO THE UMMAH” Pat Condell: A living legend! Someone recently said that Pat is anti religious full stop. Well, I have to say I greatly admire the man. He knows that we in the West cannot carry on giving in to intimidation. There has to come a time when we accept that either our values and culture go under and Islam reigns supreme in the West, or we say as he does, no matter how offended you get we ain’t going to budge, we aren’t going to be intimidated, and either you conform, or you leave. Looking at Islam’s behaviour worldwide, I don’t think there is any other choice. Islam does not really make concessions, it makes demands. Of course western governments don’t want this to come to a head, because as I understand it , if it does it won’t just be our relationship with, and policy of accommodation to Islam which will change. We will also be forced to re examine how we are governed, and how accurately our current model of “democracy” reflects the best wishes of the majority rather than the minority groups and political agendas. That’s what politicians will wish to avoid, and so cowardly are they, that they would rather force their populations into evermore cultural concessions than run the risk of a full blown confrontation with the extremists. Remember folks, all we can do is vote. It is the government and their backers who make the decisions. Now that has to be qoute of year .. Islam ” About as welcome as an asteriod ” 🙂 Brilliant. ‘Quote’ even .. before the righteous start to faint 🙂 Harri, He probably meant “Haemorrhoid.” Yep I understood that as being as welcome as a thirty foot wide haemorrhoid as well. When I eventually seize power Pat Condell will be appointed my Foreign Minister with special responsibility for the ME. Dogisgreat, “When I eventually seize power…” That will be a very interesting thirty minutes. I look forward to seeing your bid for power reported on local tv.. 🙂 DIG , when you gain power please can I have the Internal Security Ministry ? I will start making my list of arrest warrants out now . As for Pat Condell , if anyone deserved a Knighthood it is him , he is the original bringer of the truth . A8 the situation you describe in the second part of your first comment has a name here in the states. It’s called “The Bubba Effect” this is a tipping point that has been seriously discussed. The Government is very worried about this effect. What they fear is when events take place like they did last week. A poor bastard that made a crappy little film that nobody saw, not only gets set up by our government but is “Voluntarily” dragged away in the middle of the night for his free speech. They fear that bubba living next door will judge the Government as the threat, NOT the idiot who said something stupid. The result being the 500 Million Firearms in the hands of the American citizens being pointed at the Government. Islam ” About as welcome as an asteriod But somebody welcomed islam otherwise it wouldn’t be here. It wasn’t me and I don’t know of anybody on this sute who would advocate mass importation of muslims into the UK for any conceivably good reason. So who brings them to the UK and Europe? the Washington establishment falls to its knees and abases itself No, they try to explain to the Pakis that the film was not sponsored by the US Govt. If they failed to do that, they would be damned by Rightworld for failing to attempt to protect US citizens abroad. And when they do it, they are damned by Rightworld as appeasers. But of course Condell is right. The ROP is a violent organised superstition. Peter – There’s explaining a point, and then there’s abasing yourself. Any federal official addressing Pakis and the rest of the ummah should have told them to get stuffed. However .. on this “the film was not sponsored by the US Govt” point, I wouldn’t be so sure. I’m not suggesting that H. Clinton had anything to do with it, but I wouldn’t dismiss the idea that no-one in the federal government had anything to do with it either. Pete Why on earth would the US govt want to sponsor a rubbish film that would cause massive trouble? A conspiracy theory too far. And no, I don’t think there was any abasing by Obama and Hillary. They made it clear that the USA respects religious freedom but also has freedom of the press, both of whiich are alien concepts in the lands of The Prophet (peace be upon his name). Peter – Why would the federal government want to agitate and cause ructions? Well gee, that’s never happened before! I’m not saying Washington sponsored the film, or hijacked it, or paid someone off to dub in its lines about Mohammed, but someone dubbed in its lines about Mohammed. And how would such a cheap piece of rubbish mysteriously come to the attention of a billion muslims? Such a well-reported, cheap piece of rubbish and no-one has explained how it suddenly sprang into global consciousness. Something smells. I’m not saying that the feds are involved, but I wouldn’t be completely surprised if they were. This movie played in theaters. It wasn’t a secret. You ever here of going viral? Via this thing called the internet? Ever hear of Al Jazeera satellite? These guys are looking to be insulted. You tell one, you tell ’em all. Phantom – An earlier version of this odd film had one screening to an audience of ten, and even then some people walked out. That’s it, no more screenings. Why on earth would the US govt want to sponsor a rubbish film that would cause massive trouble? A conspiracy theory too far. Yes, but that is what these guys do. Day and night, it is what they do. Phantom – But “these guys” are not advancing a conspiracy theory, as my 9.54pm makes clear. Don’t distort my words. I’m not saying Washington sponsored the film, or hijacked it, or paid someone off to dub in its lines about Mohammed, but someone dubbed in its lines about Mohammed. Oh, no, I’m not saying that you’re advancing any conspiracy theory, not at all. By the way, have you stopped beating your wife? I’m not saying that the sun will go down at 654 pm today in NYC. I believe it, but I’m not saying it. Yes, it started as a crappy film called Desert Warriors about life in ancient Egypt. A quick dubbing and a few iterations later and it’s a crappy little anti-islamic film which was screened once to less than a dozen people. How it sprang to global consciousness remains a mystery to people who do this strange thing called thinking. You need to tell one Islamic hothead, and he will tell the rest. This being the age of Al Gore’s finest invention. And it gets into the global consciousness because the Muslims are acting the maniac from sea to shining sea. It is the opposite of thinking to say or to imply ( I’m not saying… ) that everything under the sun is a conspiracy. It’s really anti-thinking. Even if your weak “you tell one islamic hothead” hypothesis were somehow correct, you need someone to pick out and inform an islamic hothead. Who did that, Agent Phantom? Come on, let’s have some muscle on this scrawny idea. I’m not saying, but the title of the film is ” Innocence of Muslims “. That may have led some Muslim persons to go see it. But it was called “Desert Warriors”, and even after the name change and dubbing in of islamic references, only ten people went to its one showing. None are known to be muslim. Strangely, the Anti-Defamation League did spot this cheap little film before that showing. It’s almost as if, on cue, up pops a film to incite people who are already nutters into doing what they do best. Where did the money for this very poor quality film come from and who dubbed it? Does Ron Paul have an alibi? “It’s almost as if, on cue, up pops a film to incite people who are already nutters into doing what they do best.” In fairness Allan and Pete didn’t need much incitement and would be (and were) saying the same stuff, film or no film. Comments are closed.