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April 3, 2008

Homosexual Propaganda Pulled from Schools to Please Muslims

Political correctness imposes some difficult choices. Given a conflict between homosexual militants and Muslims, which should be obeyed? In dhimmified Britain, the answer is Muslims.

The books King & King and And Tango Makes Three, openly intended to promote homosexuality among kids too young to even grasp such perversions, have been pulled from a pair of primary schools, despite Bristol City Council's assertion that they were there for the sake of complying with gay rights laws. So was a book/DVD entitled That's a Family!, devoted to mainstreaming the idea of homosexual parenthood.

Any decent person would be appalled to find these vile books in a school library. The educrat response has been the usual: tough luck, we're the masters, if you don't like it you're a homophobe.

But then Muslims complained. Away went the books.

Unfortunately all our other books are likely to follow.

Thanks, Islam. We owe you one.

Hat tip: Interested-Participant, on a tip from Burning Hot.

Posted by Van Helsing at April 3, 2008 9:16 AM


"Given a conflict between homosexual militants and Muslims, which should be obeyed?"

Gays won't kill you if you offend them but the ROP might. It's an easy decision for craven dhimmis to make.

Posted by: forest at April 3, 2008 9:22 AM

I don't think any of those materials belonged in a primary school library, but that is beside the point. The point is that this is what happens in societies where there are no basic rights, only competing grievance groups. The biggest, most intimidating, most "aggrieved" group will always win.

Posted by: V the K at April 3, 2008 9:32 AM

Sometimes it's hard to be a liberal...

So let's review the bidding for those keeping score at home, a kind of a liberal rock-paper-scissors:

Muslims > homosexuals ~ blacks ~ women >> whites ~ Asians (not a real minority, not whining about grievances) >>>>>> normal white males (ptui!)

Ties, for example, between a homosexual white male and a black woman, are resolved by the Politburo aka the DNC. The Dems' convention in August will decide whether it's blacks > women or women > blacks.

Posted by: Jay Guevara at April 3, 2008 10:02 AM

Which is why, Jay, that the Dems are in such turmoil today. They have two competing grievance mongers running for the nomination. Identity politics is finally backfiring, to the great delight and entertainment of the rest of us.

Posted by: Pam at April 3, 2008 10:07 AM

It must be hard for liberals to take - being dissed by the Muslim community that they bend over (snicker) to accomodate.

Posted by: Jimbo at April 3, 2008 10:09 AM

The Moonbats of the UK having to decide between gay rights and muslim beliefs. They must have almost imploded!

I guess it came down giving in to the group that was most likely to be violent if they didn't get their own way.

Posted by: essemess at April 3, 2008 10:55 AM

Every time I see that book I recall the bad Kurt Russell/Sylvester Stallone movie TANGO AND CASH.

They remake that movie theyd probably both be leather clad fruits.

Posted by: Anonymous at April 3, 2008 11:09 AM

They remake that movie theyd probably both be leather clad fruits.

Please don't give Madonna any ideas. She's already talking about remaking Casablanca, setting the remake in Iraq, and casting herself as Ilsa.

Posted by: V the K at April 3, 2008 11:11 AM

Introducing Hugo Chavez as Mickey Mouse

"Venezuelan official media is criticizing Reuters because of this photo taken during Chavez's latest visit to Brazil.

The government media is accusing Reuters of "disrespect," because in this photo Chavez looks like Mickey Mouse.

Reuters is lucky that it is not based in Venezuela and it cannot be closed down by the Venezuelan dictator, like it happened with Radio Caracas Television last year, and like he is trying to do to Globovision this year.

There has been no comments from Mickey Mouse as of yet, but I'm sure that he is also very unhappy with the comparison."

Posted by: General Jack D. Ripper at April 3, 2008 12:10 PM

Well Liberals, I just want to say "we tried to warn you, but you wouldn't listen".

How does the old saying go? Oh yeah: "nursing a viper at your breast". Ask CLEOPATRA how well THAT went.

Posted by: KHarn at April 3, 2008 12:24 PM


I don't know, I just get such a huge kick out of the crash and burn of identity politics. This one has me laughing out loud. Homophobes outrank Islamophobes this time, I guess. But what if handicapped lezbos demand the books be put back?

Posted by: mega at April 3, 2008 2:11 PM

The lights are probably burning late into the night right to decide whether the next book in the series is "Tango Bends Over" or "Tango Beheads an Infidel."

Posted by: Jay Guevara at April 3, 2008 3:29 PM

So we finally find a use for Muslims. Maybe we can get those infidels to start taking offense over abortion and Communism.

Posted by: BeBop at April 3, 2008 3:59 PM

I agree that parents can have valid objection to the books in question, and that parents should have say over what books appear in a school library, or have the option of leaving public schools without a tax penalty.

But the issue here is *why* a school will ban books at the request of Muslims, but if a Christian objects to the same books, the Christian will be told to shut up and stop being narrow-minded.

The simple reason is, because Christians don’t blow up and behead people for not complying with the demands of their religion.

Society, thus, is surrendering to thuggery.

Imagine if the slaveowners of the Confederacy had waged a terror campaign against the north in the manner of jihadis in order to protect their right to keep slaves. What if, further, anyone who spoke out against slavery was murdered (like Theo Van Gogh) terrorized (like Ayaan Hirsan Ali) or silenced (Geert Wilders). Contemporary politically correct "nothing is worth dying for" thought would dictate that the institution of slavery be "tolerated" for the sake of "peace" and "Coexistence."

Left-wing trolls like to accuse those of us who support standing up to terrorism as "hiding under our beds for fear of the Muslim menace." The Bristol City Council shows us which side is really cowering.

Posted by: V the K at April 3, 2008 4:16 PM

Apparently they're due to be replaced by a book about alternative family lifestyles called "A'isha Lives With A Dirty Old Man".

Posted by: Ian from the EUSSR at April 3, 2008 6:08 PM

This illustrates the DNC situation aptly. See it while it's still there.

Posted by: BURNING HOT at April 3, 2008 6:13 PM

any chance we can get the Ummah to declare global warming to be an offense against God?

Posted by: mega at April 3, 2008 7:31 PM

see you and the Muslims aren't so different after all. Can't you use your combined hatred of homosexuality to build bridges?

Posted by: Anonymous at April 4, 2008 12:59 AM

Here's a whole list of incidents of "christians" threatening, bombing and killing abortion doctors. The list only goes up to 2000.

Posted by: Anonymous at April 4, 2008 3:11 AM

Ok I went through every one of those links from the wapo and I found exactly 4 references to Christianity out out of those articles. Three condemn the acts ( which is how it should be) and a third insanely tries to justify it ( Notice the line: ".. . I don't find it a sin to kill some one who is fixing to exterminate children." The issue here is "I don't find it a sin", notice he didn't say "in the Bible it says we need to kill doctors who perform abortions". It's simple. The Bible doesn't tell us to take up arms and kill people because we THINK they sin. Even if we knew they sinned Christians are still bound by the command that we don't murder. The Bible tells us "Thou shalt not murder" PERIOD. There are no caveats.

Out of the "whole list" here are the 4 references:

Randy Tate, executive director of the antiabortion Christian Coalition, joined in the condemnation, calling it a "reprehensible act of violence."

There is not this collective soul-searching on the part of our movement because we have been responsible and we have been nonviolent," said the Rev. Patrick Mahoney, director of the Christian Defense Coalition. There are "extremists in every movement... . I think that extremists opposed to abortion got frustrated, felt they were losing the battle and felt it was incumbent upon themselves to resort to violence."

This one turned my stomach, this C.Roy bonehead has some serious issues.
"A handful of activists who knew Hill today sought to justify his alleged deed. C. Roy McMillan, executive director of the Christian Action Group in Jackson, Miss., said in a telephone interview, "It seems apparent that Paul has terminated a terminator... . I don't find it a sin to kill some one who is fixing to exterminate children."

"He has a frightening ... grin plastered on his face all the time," said Dallas Blanchard of the University of West Florida, author of a book on the Christian antiabortion movement. "The combination of the grin and this little gleam in his eye seemed to say, 'Here's a dangerous person'... . But I thought he was a ... coward."

Posted by: Will at April 4, 2008 8:37 AM

Thanks, Will. I fear that your impressive work on searching through those articles will fall on deaf ears, as the detestable Islamic apologists will only hear the words "Christian antiabortion movement" in that whole thing. Sad.

Posted by: monsterforge at April 4, 2008 10:30 AM

It's like indicating all asian college students condone or sympathize with the shooter at Virginia Tech! But they just keep on taking aim and firing the illogical BS. I enjoyed reading your post Will. Very thoughtful and sensible... it will not be read by our troll population though.

I enjoyed reading these posts, ya'll are making me laugh and always give ideas from different perspectives. I like that.

Posted by: HoosierArmyMom at April 4, 2008 2:39 PM

That was kind of like seeing Superman bouncing bullets off his chest, Will!

Posted by: KHarn at April 4, 2008 2:41 PM

Do you have that on your "computer simulation" KHarn? Maybe you can produce an image of our Trolls on the simulator? Heeewwwww... better not! It could be really, really gross!!!!

Posted by: HoosierArmyMom at April 5, 2008 12:36 PM

Sometimes it's hard to be a liberal...

So let's review the bidding for those keeping score at home, a kind of a liberal rock-paper-scissors:

I thought it was called victimhood poker

Getting back on topic, it's refreshing to see these idiots get their comeuppance. It seems that these people have not learned the notion that you cannot please everybody, not to mention that systems of morality do not usually agree with each other.

Posted by: Arthur at April 5, 2008 10:10 PM