The New York pipe bomb attacker – A product of an Islamic ghetto and the enemy within

Akayed Ullah the Port Authority Islamic bomber


The attack yesterday on the New York public transport system by a man with a pipe bomb showed us how great the threat is to us from the followers of the woefully misnamed ‘religion of peace’. A Bangladeshi man who had spent at least five years in the United States, turned on the country that had given him both opportunity and shelter and was only prevented from causing mass murder and injury by his, or the bomb maker’s, incompetence.

The New York bomber, who is currently in police custody and being treated for injuries sustained when his device prematurely and incompletely detonated, came from one of the many, sometimes very hostile, Islamic ghettos that the USA and other Western nations have foolishly allowed to establish themselves within their borders. It is likely that the bomber, Akayed Ullah aged 27, may have lived in one of the areas of the city dominated by Muslims of one particular group and according to the writer Daniel Greenfield, it was one of these, an area of Brooklyn known as ‘Little Bangladesh’, where police are searching for clues following the bomb. Mr Greenfield has been warning about the closed off and hostile societies that Islam was creating in America for a number of years and he wrote this in 2014 about the ‘Little Bangladesh’ area.

Daniel Greenfield said:

I feel like I’m living in my own country,” the editor of one of the Bangladeshi newspapers in New York, said. “You don’t have to learn English to live here. That’s a great thing!”

Overhead may be the same sky, but Little Bangladesh has been cut off from Brooklyn and attached to a country thousands of miles away. Immigrants step off a plane from Bangladesh at JFK airport, get into a taxi driven by a Bangladeshi playing Bengali pop tapes and step out into a small slice of Bangladesh on McDonald Avenue.

And when the infidels of Brooklyn wander into their territory, they are glared at as the foreign intruders that they are.

In Chinatown, Buddhist temples and protestant churches sit side by side and in Latino neighborhoods, Adventist storefront churches and massive Catholic edifices co-exist; along with them can be found synagogues, Hindu and Zoroastrian temples and the whole dizzying array of religious diversity of a port city defined by its swells and tides of immigrants.

Bangladesh is more than 90 percent Muslim. Hindus are being attacked in the streets of its cities by Islamist mobs because Islam does not co-exist. The other religions of the city do not demand that everyone join them or acknowledge their supremacy and pay them protection money for the right to exist.

Islam does.

As you can see from Mr Greenfield’s description of ‘Little Bangladesh’ and by his comparison with other less Islam dominated areas of New York that the Bengali part of Brooklyn is a seething cesspit of Islam and the hatred and violence that this ideology nearly always brings with it. The ‘Little Bangladesh’ area is the perfect incubator for bombers like Akayed Ullah. They may not be directly ordered on their missions by ISIS or other terrorist commanders, they don’t need to be ordered because the culture in these Islamic areas surrounds people with the concept of hostility towards the kufar ie us and creates the conditions that incubate terrorists like Ullah. If a person is surrounded by a culture that expresses hostility towards the host culture and also has a supremacist attitude then is it any wonder that these ghettos produce people who suddenly flip and go out on attempted killing sprees as Ullah has done? In these ghettos the message that Islam is superior and the kuffar need to be killed or oppressed is constantly reinforced by Imams, by Islamic groups and by Islamic scripture. This narrative is never or rarely effectively challenged by the host culture and this is especially the case when a nation follows a multiculturalist path and leaves the Muslim ghettos to fester as a mark of respect to Islamic culture.

Eventually and almost inevitably these pustular Islamic ghettos produce individuals like Ullah who are filled with a desire to murder non Muslims. This is a phenomena that we’ve seen across the world in other Islamic ghettos. We’ve seen it in Luton and Birmingham in the UK, in Molenbeek in Belgium and in the various Islamic ghettos that afflict France. The constant message of ‘kill, kill, kill’ that is given to Muslims living in these areas, mostly coming from the contents of the Koran and the Hadith, creates killers. It creates the people who blow up people on London’s transport network, who attack airports and concerts and which produce hundreds if not thousands of Muslims who go overseas to fight with and for terror groups.

Islamic ghettos give birth to and nurture some of the worst aspects of the terrible ideology of Islam whilst at the same time oppressing those Muslims who are reformist or secular or even merely mildly critical of some aspects of Islam. In effect the Islamic ghettos that our governments have foolishly allowed to be created are becoming enemy bases where hatred of us is promulgated with little sanction from the Muslims living in these ghettos especially those in religious or temporal authority there.

The Islamic ghettos of the Western world are the home of the enemy within and it is long past time that the politicians who have the moral duty to protect us, started to effectively tackle this enemy. To my mind there is little wrong with wanting to live alongside co religionists or people of a similar heritage and this right should be respected as part of free association, but when you have a community which Islam is, that is preaching our deaths then we should ask whether this community is abusing the right of free association? Islamic areas are not merely ‘interestingly ethnic’ as some small areas of countries like the UK and US contain, they are centres of violent hostility that need to be dealt with harshly by government before the threat they pose to us gets worse than it is already.