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Monday, September 18, 2006

The gospel according to Channel 4

With all that we have read about Eurabia over the last year or two, I have often wondered why it seems that England, of all countries, seems to be the most Islamist-afflicted country among the Europeans. It doesn't make sense. Tony Blair has put England more squarely on the Americans' side for the last five years than any other country in the world with the possible exception of Israel. The Brits don't have the socialist history of Sweden or Norway, nor do the have the Islamic population that France has. Yet nearly every day, we see examples of militant Islamism in England (for the latest, go to Little Green Footballs and watch British Islamists Call for Pope's Execution). Tonight, I think I finally figured it out. I want to share it with you, and see what people's reactions are.

It's actually quite simple: while in other countries, the mainstream media is complacent with Islamism, in England, the mainstream media takes the initiative in promoting Islamism. Take, for instance, British Channel 4.

On Saturday Night, British Channel 4 aired a two-hour prime time 'documentary' called The Doomsday Code. Listen to the description:
purports to be a critical examination of the violent, apocolyptic, end-of-the-world ideology of (wait for it)...American Christians!
Here's the first part of the program:
* American Christians and Israelis are conspiring to bring about a global nuclear holocaust and this is why they are attacking Islam

* Americans are deliberately causing global warming as a part of their monstrous plot to realise 'End Times'

* The only hope for mankind lies with the UN but its effectiveness is being undermined by the "corrosive hostility" of the fundamentalist Christian Americans
Lest any of you think this is not real, or is one of those notorious British satires, go read the comments section. This was actually on a major British television station.

And you thought your TV tax in Israel was a waste of money....


At 8:16 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

And they call US conspiracy theorists. Go figure!


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