The Muslims of Calgary have found the perfect solution to the Mohammed movie crisis: they are going door-to-door to explain to the kuffar the necessity for respecting “all religions”.
It’s a blatant threat — “Respect Islam, or we will burn cars and blow stuff up” — but for some reason the Canadian state broadcaster sees the initiative as a gesture of “peace”.
Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for uploading this CBC report:
I asked Vlad why the municipal authorities in Calgary are willing to bend over and take the clenched fist of Islam in their tender regions so readily. He reminded me that the mayor of Calgary is a Muslim.
Since Calgary has nowhere near an Islamic majority, we must assume that many ordinary, native — dare I say it? — white Canadians voted him into office. As you sow, so shall you reap.
In its report, the CBC parrots the standard Muslim Brotherhood talking point about the “delicate balance between freedom of expression and respect for religion”.
This is nonsense. There is no such “delicate balance”. If I don’t have the right not to respect a religion in my utterances, then I have no free speech whatsoever.
It’s important to remember that when a devout Muslim refers to “a religion” or “any religion”, he means “Islam”, since the sacred texts of Islam clearly state that Islam has abrogated every religion that came before it. Mohammed was the final prophet of Islam; therefore there is no religion except the Islamic religion.
“We cannot let this keep happening and keep continuing, whether it is Islam or any religion…”
But Nasir Mahmood Butt lets slip the truth — notice that he uses only the singular form of the noun:
“I think they will realize that the peace of the city, and the peace of our country — beautiful country of Canada — is lies in uh, that, uh, we should give proper respect to every founder of the religion.”
The message now going from door to door in Calgary is quite clear: if Calgarians want peace in their city, they must never, ever show any disrespect for the world’s only religion.