Inhibited against challenging Islamo-Marxism since 9/11/2001, how will westerners rescue their societies from its growth?

London's Metropolitan Police are reporting a significant surge in antisemitic and anti-Islamic hate crimes in the city since the start of the Israel-Hamas conflict. 

In a statement Friday, they said that from October 1 to 18 the department saw 218 antisemitic offenses compared to 15 in the same period last year, while Islamophobic offenses jumped from 42 to 101, representing increases of 1,353 percent and 140 percent respectively. The department said the crimes include abuse directed at individuals or groups in person or online, racially or religiously motivated criminal damage and other offenses. 

Antisemitic Hate Speech Calling for Jewish Deaths in Several UK Mosques Amid Israel-Hamas.  

A TalkTV investigation has unearthed footage of hate preachers in several UK mosques calling for Jewish people to be killed. Antisemitic hate preaching has been suspected in Britain's mosques in the context of Israel's war on Hamas. 

The TalkTV investigation found footage of preachers in several mosques calling for Jews to be killed and Israel to be destroyed. These preachers have been filmed as they curse the Jews and the children of Israel in Arabic, and call upon Allah to grant them victory over their enemies. The language used is considered extremist and hateful, with some preachers calling for the destruction of homes, the dispersion of enemies, and the indiscriminate killing of civilians. 

It is noted that this rhetoric is similar to that of Abu Hamza, a known hate preacher who was deported from the UK. Jewish groups in the UK have expressed concern that some of the preaching is hate speech that could lead to hate crimes, extremism, and terrorism. Some have called for prosecutions, while others believe that the police are not doing enough. The Charities Commission is also examining the videos as some of the mosques are linked to registered charities hoping to gather evidence of wrongdoing.

Willful blindness 22-years past September 11th. 

Robert Spencer discusses the stance of Islam on dealing with the non-Muslim world. He argues that Islam is a supremacist, authoritarian, violent, and expansionist religion, with efforts always made to spread and extend its hegemony over non-Muslim political entities. Islamic groups in the United States have been successful in making people afraid to criticize Islam, even in regard to Jihad violence and Sharia expansionism. 

Mr. Spencer also mentions that there is a concerted effort by Islamic groups to bring Sharia prohibition on criticism of Islam to the West, and the left, which is censorious itself, eagerly supports this. He emphasizes the need for criticism and scrutiny of belief systems, but not to victimize innocent individuals. 

Mr. Spencer believes that the coordination between Islamic advocacy groups and leftist allies in silencing criticism of Islam is not a coincidence, as both groups have a vested interest in curtailing freedom of speech.  He concludes by stating that Sharia applies not just to Muslims, but also to non-Muslims, citing an example of Christians in Egypt who were brutally murdered for selling alcohol, which is not illegal in Christianity but is under Islamic law.


"Son of Hamas Co-Founder Denounces Group at UN, Exposes 'Savage' Indoctrination of Palestinian Kids."

Son of co-founder of Hamas, Mosab Hassan Yousef, denounces the group and its indoctrination of Palestinian children. Hamas's strategy of using human shields in Gaza led to the deaths of many innocent children, which the speaker calls a "crime that cannot be forgiven." He emphasizes that Israel's response to Hamas was necessary and that the defeat of Hamas in Gaza is necessary for global security to prevent the spread of terrorism. He calls on the international community to take action to bring an end to the violence in Gaza and prevent the spread of violence and terrorism.


  • 00:00:00 Mosab Hassan Yousef, a Palestinian who grew up in a Hamas-controlled society, speaks at the UN about their personal experience with Hamas's indoctrination practices. He recounts how he was subjected to religious and ideological indoctrination with the intention of annihilating the state of Israel. He describes the physical abuse he suffered for disobeying Hamas, including being tied up and whipped with an electric cable until he lost consciousness. Mr. Yousef emphasizes that he speaks as a firsthand witness and not as part of any propaganda campaign or working for anyone else. He also mentions his father's involvement in the founding of Hamas and his own familial ties to the organization. Despite his personal struggle and dislike of being in a position to defend Hamas, hed asserts that they believe in their ability to win the war against Israel.

  • 00:05:00 Mr. Yousef, who was formally the president of the Islamic student movement and was imprisoned by Hamas, talks about the severity of the treatment he received at the hands of the organization. He describes the torture and mistreatment of hundreds of Palestinian prisoners during their time in Hamas' security wing. Despite this, he states that he doesn't wish for anyone to experience the same level of brutality he endured. He  also reflects on his father's involvement in the establishment of Hamas and his love for his people, even though he condemns the actions of the organization.

  • 00:10:00  Mr. Yousef denounces Hamas and its indoctrination of Palestinian children. According to him, Hamas was successful in carrying out dozens of suicide bombing attacks in the 1990s and 2000s, causing significant loss of life among Israelis, Americans, Europeans, and others, regardless of nationality. He asserts that Hamas is a religious group that does not believe in political borders and wants to annihilate an entire race to build an Islamic state, making it a unique and dangerous organization. He also criticizes the United Nations for failing to condemn Hamas and its actions, calling it a group of rapists that is lower than animal consciousness.

  • 00:15:00 Mr. Yousef discusses the capture of Ibrahim Hamad, a mass murderer who was released as part of a prisoner exchange between Israel and Hamas. He highlights the significance of Hamad's release, as he is seen as the mastermind behind the attacks on October 7th and is believed to have encouraged further terrorist activities. Mr. Yousef also discussed the indoctrination of Palestinian children, stating that Hamas treats them as human shields and uses brutal tactics to keep them under their control. He emphasizes the need for a correct vision and the identification of the origins of suffering in order to solve the problem. He also criticizes the role of the United Nations and other international entities in empowering Hamas and contributing to the current situation in Gaza.

  • 00:20:00 Mr. Yousef denounces the Hamas group at the UN and exposes what he believes is the "savage" indoctrination of Palestinian kids. He argues that if Hamas is not eradicated, the next Gaza war will be deadlier and will result in a greater number of casualties. He explains that Islamic Jihad also had their own war and that it is the fourth war with Hamas and the fifth war in Gaza. He also mentions the role of Qatar, a member of the UN playing the mediator and the funding of Hamas. He urges that all democracies should fight against such savages and that Hamas is not even hostages. He argues that Hamas sees women as a property, something they can own, territories as they want, and that their lust for power and territory is beyond Israel. Finally, Yousef concludes that if Israel fails their war with Hamas, it will be a brutal war and will result in a higher number of casualties.

  • 00:25:00 In this section of the video, Mr. Yousef denounces Hamas for using human shields and calls the loss of life in Gaza a "crime that cannot be forgiven." Hamas' strategy was to put human shields in the way of Israeli attacks, which led to the deaths of many innocent children. He also points out that Israel's response to Hamas was a necessary action, as Hamas was attempting to sacrifice children for political gain. He also talks about how Hamas's defeat in Gaza is necessary for global security and to prevent the spread of terrorism. The speaker calls on the international community to take action and bring an end to the violence in Gaza before it spreads throughout the world.  Hamas's defeat in Gaza will inspire other radical groups to try and blackmail international community. The speaker mentioned ISIS militants who have fled to Europe and the many migrants and Islamic groups that are already present in the continent, all of whom will be inspired by Hamas's actions. Mr. Yousef warns that if Hamas is not defeated in Gaza, these nations will be next. He calls upon the international community to take action to prevent the spread of violence and terrorism.
Karen Siegemund discusses the manipulation of reality by big tech companies and search engines like Google, expressing concerns about the U.S. government's potential involvement in censoring misinformation, such as nefarious aspects of political Islam. She emphasizes the importance of free speech in combating these actions and highlights the need for vigilance in this area. Ms. Siegemund acknowledges the significance of the work being done and the threats posed by search engines in shaping our perception of reality.

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