Friday, July 22, 2005

Really, Really, It's All About Iraq!

LONDON (Reuters) - Militant Islamists will continue to attack Britain until the government pulls its troops out of Iraq and Afghanistan, one of the country's most outspoken Islamic clerics said on Friday.
We already knew this was all about Iraq, right? But for some reason he just kept talking:

In an interview with Reuters, [Sheikh Omar Bakri Mohammed] described Osama bin Laden, leader of the radical Islamist network al Qaeda, as "a sincere man who fights against evil forces."

Bakri said he would like Britain to become an Islamic state but feared he would be deported before his dream was realized.

"I would like to see the Islamic flag fly, not only over number 10 Downing Street, but over the whole world," he said.

A dream of a worldwide Islamic (Islamofascist) Caliphate? I thought this was all about Iraq, or U.S. troops in Saudi Arabia, or too many Jews in the Middle East, or something else that's the West's fault. Maybe it really does have more to do with Tours and Vienna than the soundbite media likes to admit.

3 comments:

bennyoates said...

People just don't appreciate Republican revolutionaries the way they should, Nick!

I mean, where's all the traffic for your website? Kind of lonely here!

Perhaps you and your fellow revolutionaries are having a few drinks to celebrate the gunning down of that obviously guilty scumbag in the London subway yesterday?

Don't let what Scotland Yard has to say spoil your fun! That S.O.B. must have had it coming or he wouldn't have run away!

Rumor has it that he's South American! Same difference! That continent stole part of OUR name, and besides, are any of those half-assed countries helping the War on Terror? I think not!!!

Keep fighting that good fight, you and your three fellow Mouseketeers! You're an inspiration!

Nick said...

The tragedy of cross-posting and an unfortunate lull in hate-filled leftists... although I do notice that requiring Blogger registration seems to prevent hate-filled leftist spew. It's as if they're afraid to venture out of the shadows of anonymity.

Hopefully you'll learn something here.

Paul said...

Well and plus, since you require registration, the same person can't make 50 posts to your web site.