Support ‘Team Katie’ for Islamophobe of the Year

I’m one of those people who believe that the word ‘Islamophobe’ is not something to be frightened of or ashamed of, but instead is something to be really proud of. Whenever a Muslim or a non-Muslim Quisling for Islam calls me an ‘Islamophobe’ I say ‘yes, so what?’ There should be no more to be scared or ashamed of about being called an ‘Islamophobe’ than there is to being called a ‘Naziphobe’.

I’m proud to be called an Islamophobe, it means I’m doing the right thing and standing up for freedom and justice against Islamic oppression and injustice. I hate the ideology of Islam with a burning passion and believe that the right thing to do is to speak out against it.

Therefore I was most disappointed not to be included on the list of nominees for the ‘Islamoiphobe of the Year’ award that is being run by the Iran-funded and ironically misnamed ‘Islamic Human Rights Commission’. I’ll have to up my game and insult and offend a few more followers of a 7th century nonce if I’m to have a chance of being included in next years competition.

But as for this year, you have some interesting choices of nominees for ‘Islamophobe’ or as it should better be described as ‘Patriot’ of the year that are being put up by the Islamic Human Rights Commission, which can be found via the IHRC’s website.

So, who should people back for this interesting competition? I’m going to back and vote for the newspaper columnist Katie Hopkins who has been included in the nominations because she has told it like it is about Islam, and also told the truth about the violent so-called ‘Palestinians’ who daily afflict the State of Israel.

So make you point to the IRHC and vote for Team Katie as patriotic ‘Islamophobe’ of the year. Let’s subvert the IHRC’s competition and their whining aboutr ‘Islamophobia’ and get behind Katie Hopkins.

Go Katie! If you win I’m sure you will be able to find suitable words for your acceptance speech.


4 Comments on "Support ‘Team Katie’ for Islamophobe of the Year"

  1. Iran does not have a single Sunni Mosque in its capital and they call others Islamophobes.

  2. English, still here... just. | January 28, 2016 at 5:17 pm |

    Islamic Human Rights?
    Oxymoron of the year… especially the “human” bit.
    And we’re still in January!
    You have to love the irony though.

  3. Surely a phobia is an irrational fear? Would these islamopanderers be kind enough to explain to me in what way a fear or concern of a growing probability of being blown up, raped or assaulted in the streets may be described as “Irrational”? It would appear to be a justifiable concern based upon empirical observation or is logic also “unislamic”?

  4. James Strong | January 28, 2016 at 7:49 pm |

    There are some fine contenders in the list.
    Katie Hopkins for the UK award, fair enough.
    I’d go for Douglas Murray in the News section.

    But there is one glaring omission. Ladies and Gentlemen, the next President of the United States – Donald Trump.

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