As soon as I heard there had been another atrocity, I knew it would be Savages.


The death toll in the latest Islamic atrocity in Nairobi, Kenya has reached 59 so far. Accounts are coming out of there having been ‘selections’ carried out to separate the Muslim from the non-Muslim. These selections are reminiscent of those carried out by Nazis, with people being selected for life or death. Such behaviour should tell even the stupidest person the true nature of the so-called ‘religion of peace’.

My first thought when I heard the beginning of this story was ‘I bet that was Islamic Savages’, and I was right. Yet again we have innocent people murdered by Muslims. Ordinary people, just going shopping. Their ‘crime’, to be non-Muslim, to be kuffar, to be marked according to Islamic theology, for servitude and death. This time the carnage of Islam has visited Nairobi, but it has also previously been in Nigeria, and in India and of course, London.

Should we even call this cult of death a religion any more?

Good people and good religions are not an issue, or should not be an issue to anyone, in fact I believe that such beliefs are useful and beneficial to humanity. However Islam is not a religion, it is an enemy of humanity and every crime like that committed in Nairobi shows that enmity in sharp relief.

My prayers are for the souls of those who were murdered and for those injured and those coping with the losses that this latest Islamic attack has caused.

9 Comments on "As soon as I heard there had been another atrocity, I knew it would be Savages."

  1. Soon, if not already, someone will be found to tell us that these killers have misinterpreted Islam.

  2. And in Pakistan a church was attacked and more than 70 Christians were killed by a different group who misinterpreted Islam
    A similar misinterpretaion occurring on 2 different continents. Remarkable, isn’t it?

    • Fahrenheit211 | September 22, 2013 at 4:02 pm |

      James, with Islam the Taqiyya is being spoken almost as soon as the round has left the barrel. Mass murder and stuff like this isn’t an abberation or a misinterpretation of Islam, it is what Islam is.

      I saw the story of the murder of Christians in Pakistan and it is just another example of the savagery at the heart of Islam.

  3. I understand the Taqiya coming from mohammedans; I loathe it but I can understand why they do it; they are encouraged to do it by their belief-system, after all.
    But I get very angry indeed at the apologists within the West, who surely know better, or have the ability to find out the truth for themselves, who go along with the ‘no place in Islam for these atrocities’ nonsense.

    • Fahrenheit211 | September 22, 2013 at 5:27 pm |

      James, yes you can see the justification for Taqiyya when it is looked at via an Islamic narrative. That doesn’t mean that we who are not Muslim should accept it.

      I certainly agree about the Quislings. The sight of people who should know better acting as the political and cultural analogues of ‘Jerrybags’ really turns my stomach. They are the ones who need to be sacked in order to tackle the ideology of Islam. Such people have gone beyond stupidity and have started to commit treason. They sell out all decent people, decent people of many gods or none.

  4. There are two hoped for consequences by the fundamentalist Islamic murderers: the videos of non Muslims will be posted on Al Jazeera as a victory against affairs while a response of a similar type by non-Muslims will be broadcast as evidence that the Islamic holy war is just. The alternative, where the non-Muslim world refuses to respond with violence, will be broadcast that Islam deserves to rule the world. In either case, the propaganda war is being won by the tunnel-visioned Islamic fundamentalists. The danger is that those who abide by a civilised code of conduct and behaviour will usually lose out to those who ignore any form of civilised behaviour and who consider torture, lies, threats and murder as appropriate methods of waging war. The fact the Islamists have never kept their promises shows that they can only be defeated by using the same methods, and explaining why.

    • Fahrenheit211 | September 22, 2013 at 7:47 pm |

      Pense, as much as I wish to see Islam put back in the shitpit where it truly deserves to be by peaceful methods, I like you foresee a time of conflict. An ideology that sustains and grows through violence will eventually have to be countered with violence, that was true for the response to certain tyrants of the past and it will be the case regarding tyrrannical Islam tomorrow.

      Don’t believe that all the people are fooled though. Every time a new non-Muslim person learns a few more of Islam’s dirty little secrets, that is one more person who the lying Islamic groups and their leftist pageboys have to fear.

      Fascism can be countered by truth. You cannot fool all the people all of the time, although Stalin had a bloody good go at that. As the truth about Islam emerges,more people are less inclined to believe the propaganda.

  5. How long was it before the world rose against nazis ? Wonder whats taking so long against Islam !

    • Fahrenheit211 | September 24, 2013 at 10:07 am |

      The world before the Nazis was traumatised by World War One, and because of that, people and politicians desperately wanted peace, even peace at any price. People didn’t wake up to the Nazis until it was almost too late. Those who escaped from Nazi occupied lands prior to 1939, told tales of cruelty and terror that if believed, would shake many people out of their ideological pacifist stupor. Sadly, too many people chose not to believe the accounts of those who escaped, because believing the witnesses would have thrown doubt on dearly held political views. No one likes it when their governing ideology is proved to be false or bad, look at how Socialists have reacted when Socialist ideas are dispassionately examined and rejected by the working classes.

      The same thing is happening today. People do not want to name the enemy, because to name the enemy would mean that not only would we have to fight that enemy, but it would also bring down the whole rotting tent of multiculturalism.

      To say ‘Islam is wrong’ is a huge step for many people because it exposes the lies that they may have believed about ‘the religion of peace’. People in some positions of authority in Western countries also cling to the perceived advantages of dhimmitude just as a WWII Quisling clung to his extra butter or egg ration.

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