Monday, April 5, 2010

British Islamist Anjem Choudary: Freedom and Democracy Are Idols That Must Be Destroyed and Replaced with Obedience to Allah


February 3, 2010 on Press TV
From Transcript:
Anjem Choudary: You know, I don't believe in the concept of freedom of expression. I don't believe in democracy. I don't believe in secularism or liberalism. I believe these are idols that the people are worshipping nowadays, taking them away from worshipping our lord, Allah. I believe that sovereignty and supremacy belongs to God, but I will function within the realms of their so-called "freedom," to expose their own fallacies.
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(via Sam Harris: There is no "clash of civilizations"? Okay, what's this?)

21 comments:

  1. THis is disgusting and worthwhile fighting against.

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  2. hahah the fucking retard taking benifits and bitching about it hahah he should fuck off. seriously, how sodding retarded does this guy sound? if freedom of expression is a false idol then we should honour him and lock the twat up 'we are only doing as you suggested mate'. what an utter pig. him and the catholics- lock em all up.

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  3. I'm not a fan of Christianity, Budhism or any other faith for that matter, but I'll gladly stand with Zionists and Youg Earth Creationists alike against the evil that is Islam.

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  4. Yea lock him up, let him be alone kissing the ass of his imaginary magic man

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  5. R€LIGION $TINKS OF MONE¥April 5, 2010 at 3:26 PM

    Boy was she asking him tough questions. He was refreshingly honest as always.

    New tactic.
    People like him that are living off secular money should be provided government jobs immidiately. Our roads, schools, health services are desperate for extra hands. Once the 8 hours are over, they must attend a job seekers course and other job qualifying courses. This could be during the weekends. They should also be required to take lessons in personal health, fitness and diet. They have to do at least one hours worth of charity work a week - salvation army for the naughty and a gay men´s choir for the truely pious.

    This will really cut into their anti-secular activities hours. If they don´t follow orders, then wave goodbye to welfare, child benefits, subsidized housing and start praying to Allah for sustenance. Perhaps Saudia Arabia who has done so much for the faith schools will pick up the tab? Children will be taken into secular foster care until their parents get their act together.
    All religious indoctrination of children under 18 should be banned, no more state funding of faith schools.

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  6. For an apparent minority of us non-believers, the downside of getting rid of these dangerous religious wingnuts is having nobody to replace them with except deep, philosophic, rational, articulate thinkers like Cider whose  comments here are only marginally less moronic than the "twat" he's criticising,hahaha.....

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  7. What do we think of Charlie Brooker's thoughts about this clown?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4mnUAWmROE

    Honestly asking, cause I really don't know what to think. Laughable mediawhore clown, or dangerous jihadi?

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  8. Mediawhore clown, he should not even be mentioned as long as his group is extremely small and non-violent.

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  9. bah, he made some interesting points but he believes in Islam like Marxist's used to believe in Communism. The idea that once implemented Sharia will make everything prefect is a mistake and is worrying that he's willing to impose it on people that don't wish to believe in it.

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  10. You know, the sad thing is that the only truly positive thing he said that Islam strives for in the modern world would be a society with free gas, electricity and water... and that part about "treating human beings like human beings" doesn't count if that means women have to be treated as lesser beings than men. But seriously, there are two problems with the idealism of free gas, electricity and water...

    1. Sacrificing our current western way of life for that trade off is too great of a price to pay. No one with any common sense in the western world will go for it and the most radical Muslims would just as soon have us die anyway for not converting.

    2. Having a society with free gas, electricity and water is economically impossible to acheive AND sustain indefinitely. On top of that, which countries in the world are the most Islamic and how accessible are gas, electricity and water in those countries? See, there's a difference between something being free, and there being something available for everyone to have in the first place.

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  11. Jut ban this fucking fanatics back to they´re countries and let them kill themselves!!!!

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  12. Having a society with free basic necessities of life is quite easy and many countries have resources to provide them. Many developed countries already provide a lot more than these to their unemployed, disabled, etc.

    The next logical step is to extend it to everyone. In my opinion no one should have to work if he/she just wants to survive. The cost of providing bare minimum for a person is less than $ 2000/year and all developed countries can spare this much money if they really desire to do so.

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  13. If he don't believe in freedom of expression, why should he be able to call upon that very right to fight it?

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  14. It sounds like his problem is really with everyone else's freedom.  He's perfectly happy to use his own to kibitz.

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  15. i dont blane this fucken pakistany man . because that is what it teach the islamic quran ,his mind is poisend. he beleive fucken allah told him what to do.
    if he dont believe in democracy and freedom of expression what the fuck he doing in western countrey.

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  16. Absolutely brilliant, Sulayman. You'n Cider should debate some fuckin' riligus peopl. Put 'em in there place.

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  17. Load of crap, but he was a fair bit more eloquent than the presenter - who is she?

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  18. And here we are being so liberal, and tolerant, and understanding and even <span>promoting</span> all this religious nonsense.

    Since we are about to have a general election in GB I'm sending this video to all the major parties.

    There is a word that comes to mind: "Treason" and it's about time we started to defend our society.

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  19. Lauren Booth, sister of Cherie Booth and sister-in-law to Tony Blair.

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