Speaking Out About Islam Could Become Hate Crime
The Trojan horse was used by the Greeks to enter the city of Troy to put an end to a ten-year war. They did it by constructing a huge wooden horse that housed a contingent of soldiers. “The Greeks pretended to sail away, and the Trojans pulled the horse into their city as a victory trophy. That night the Greek force crept out of the horse and opened the gates for the rest of the Greek army, which had sailed back under cover of night. The Greeks entered and destroyed the city of Troy, decisively ending the war.”
Thus the phrase, “beware of Greeks bearing gifts.”
It’s somewhat understandable that the Trojans might have been fooled by the tactic. They certainly never would have let the Greeks in when for ten years they continually called and worked for the destruction of the Trojans.
But this seems to be happening in Great Britain. The liberal Labor Party is fully aware of the content and purpose of the Islamic Trojan horse already in its nation. The gates had been opened a long time ago.
Great Britain has an Islam problem, as do many European countries. Many Muslims fail to assimilate. They want to bring their Muslim culture, religion, and laws with them and displace the existing way of life. They freely admit this. In fact, Islamic leaders have made it clear that the long-term goal is to make Great Britain into a caliphate.
At the moment, anybody in Great Britain can speak freely on what Islamists have been planning for centuries and warning what will happen if there is no organized resistance. The day may come that anybody who speaks negatively about Islam will be charged with a hate crime.
The following is from Gatestone Institute:
“The leader of Britain’s Labour Party, Ed Miliband, has vowed, if he becomes the next prime minister in general elections on May 7, to outlaw ‘Islamophobia.’
The move — which one observer has called ‘utterly frightening’ because of its implications for free speech in Britain — is part of an effort by Miliband to pander to Muslim voters in a race that he has described as ‘the tightest general election for a generation.’”
Many people will say, “Well, it could never happen here in the good old USA.” Really? Look what’s happened on the same-sex marriage issue. People are losing their businesses for expressing their First Amendment rights.
A pro-homosexual lawyer admitted that if the Supreme Court rules that same-sex marriage is a constitutional right that churches could lose their tax-exempt status.
Islamists could see this tactic as a way to get immunity for their religion and work to outlaw any and all criticism of Islam. There has already been some discussion about working toward this goal. “Condemning what they call widespread ‘Islamophobia,’ religious authoritarians are asserting themselves, both violently and diplomatically, while the West cowers and says they’re right to be angry. Hillary Clinton even says she personally shares their anger.”
Might might save Great Britain at this point in time is that for many Muslims voting is a sin. But this could change in order to get laws on the books condemning “Islamophobia”:
In an interview with The Muslim News, Miliband said:
“‘We are going to make it [Islamophobia] an aggravated crime. We are going to make sure it is marked on people’s records with the police to make sure they root out Islamophobia as a hate crime.
“‘We are going to change the law on this so we make it absolutely clear of our abhorrence of hate crime and Islamophobia. It will be the first time that the police will record Islamophobic attacks right across the country.’”
An “Islamophobic attack” will be defined as anybody who speaks in a negative way about Islam. “Miliband’s renewed promise to make ‘Islamophobia’ (a term he has not defined) an ‘aggravated crime’ may signal an attempt to turn the 2006 Act — which already stipulates a maximum penalty of seven years in prison for stirring up religious hatred — into a full-blown Muslim blasphemy law.”
If the Supreme Court can redefine marriage; it can redefine anything and make it a crime to oppose it.