Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Changing Signs

From across The Pond in the UK, comes this January 17, 2008 article [Hat-tip to Up Pompeii]:
Government renames Islamic terrorism as 'anti-Islamic activity' to woo Muslims

Ministers have adopted a new language for declarations on Islamic terrorism.

In future, fanatics will be referred to as pursuing "anti-Islamic activity"....
And right here in the United States, America's Truth Forum has been forced to bow to political correctness. Via this article at Jihad Watch, here is the original version of a billboard sign advertising the upcoming symposium on February 1-2:

And the "approved" version:

Robert Spencer's commentary on the above (emphasis mine):

Why the changes? The sales manager of a Dallas-area billboard company explained: “My boss wouldn’t go along with this type of advertising since we have an international clientele -- some of whom might be on the other side."

The other side? On the side of the jihadists?

Imagine an American billboard company in 1942 toning down an anti-Nazi billboard because, well, some of their clients are Nazis!
Decrying the coming of Eurabia, we Americans sit here in the land of the free and the home of the brave. In the process of our criticism of the dhimmitude "over there," at the same time, we say to ourselves, "We're smarter than that. We'll never be dhimmis to the same extent that Europeans are."


We talk bravely and, many times, openly. Still, the little steps of dhimmitude are marching right over us. Sometimes the march is of the type which changed the America's Truth Forum sign: that of economic jihad, stirred by the stick of political correctness and, maybe, by fear.

How far away is Amerarabia?

American Counter-jihadists, I'm warning you today. Don't be smug. "It" can happen here. In fact, "it" already is.

Too bad that, YouTube techtard that I am, I can't change some of the lyrics and images in the following video so as to fit the signs I see of the West's rapid descent into dhimmitude:


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posted by Always On Watch @ 1/22/2008 08:53:00 AM