The denouncing of Islam and all its horrific teachings is now apparently a “dangerous” thing to do according to the left, Liberal mindset.
Here’s the fundamental problem with a statement like that, it’s flat out incorrect. Jesse Hughes is the lead singer of the band The Eagles Of Death Metal (EODM) and was on stage when the Bataclan was attacked in the Paris terror bombing late last year. The attackers were Muslims who practiced Islam. You would say, given those facts that they were radical Islamic extremists. That’s irrefutable.
Somehow, though, as Jesse Huges gives interview after interview about what happened to him first hand, he is being attacked by people who think his speaking out is “dangerous.” This isn’t only just incorrect, as I stated above, it’s also helping the terrorists become more unified. Let’s first get to the crux of this entire topic first. Here’s what Hughes said about Islam.
We’d rather die than be called a bigot.
How is a faith being associated with racism? Just take out the word “Islam” and replace it with “communism.” It’s an ideology. The same way the Rosenbergs could sell nuclear secrets from within America is the same way Muslim terrorists can attack us from within. It’s okay to be discerning when it comes to Muslims in this day and age.
This interview with Taki Magazine has started a firestorm on the internet where people are calling the whole article “dangerous” and “inappropriate.” From a response article from Paste Magazine:
And that is precisely why his statements to conservative webzine Taki’s Magazine are so dangerous.
In the interview with former Vice-editor-turned-conservative Gavin McInnes, Hughes blames the events of November 23rd on gun control, political correctness and fears of being labeled a racist. He says the victims “surrendered themselves to death” and lays the blame for the attack “right in the lap” of “liberal mentality” before reiterating his previous claims that the security at the Bataclan was in on the attacks—claims he apologized for and called “insane” back in March, when he blamed them on PTSD. As one survivor of the attacks pointed out in a response article, Hughes was on stage and therefore in a far more advantageous position to escape than the packed audience was, and saying the victims gave up and fell “like wheat in the wind—the way you would before a god,” is wildly inappropriate and hugely disrespectful to those who lost their lives that night.
So because he escaped, he’s a bad guy? And because he’s speaking out about Islam and political correctness, he’s a bad guy? He had the best view to see exactly what happened? That’s flat out wrong and evil to say such a thing. Here’s a great question to ask yourself when thinking about being in the same situation. Ever been in a bar fight? Ever been in the scrum? It’s nearly impossible to react to everything at once. Now imagine with a terror attack, guns, and bombs. You wouldn’t be able to fathom it.
And Hughes is being attacked for his beliefs taking a “dark turn.” Which is utter horse s**t.
Today, another survivor—a young Muslim man—expressed his hurt and disappointment in Hughes’ words, and related the story of a man who risked his life to get help others escape. He too, was a Muslim—as were others killed that night in the Bataclan.
After the entire free world rallied around Hughes, his band and the healing power of music, it’s disappointing—if somewhat understandable—to see his belief system take such a dark and questionable turn. Hughes is adamantly suggesting that the freedoms extended to a successful drug-snorting, gun-waving madman musician be kept from others simply because of their religion, and the Le Cabaret Vert and Rock en Seine festivals were right to drop him.
The problem here is that people aren’t recognizing the true problem: Islam. If you speak out about Islam you’re branded a racist. It’s happening with Donald Trump and everyone else that says Islam is a problem. Here’s a fun fact, the definition of racism states: the belief that all members of each race possess characteristics or abilities specific to that race, especially so as to distinguish it as inferior or superior to another race or races. Guess what? Islam isn’t a race, idiots, it’s a religion. So by definition of the word, you’re wrong right off the bat.
Hughes is simply pointing out that there is a serious problem with an ideology that thinks it’s okay to murder innocent people because a text written thousands of years ago, that hasn’t evolved since then, as the entire world has, says it’s okay to.
The French are so concerned with racism, they’re letting Muslims get away with murder.
A day after, at the stadium, Muslims booed the moment of silence and we barely heard about it in the press. I saw Muslims celebrating in the street during the attack. I saw it with my own eyes. In real time! How did they know what was going on? There must have been coordination.
Let’s get back to the attack. Why didn’t the cops come in earlier? It seemed like the killing went on forever.
The press heard some kids were locked away in rooms so they reported it as a hostage situation. Those kids were hiding. This misinformation meant the cops set up outside for a negotiation while inside dozens of people were dying.
The terrorists would go up to bodies and stick them with the gun. If they budged, they’d shoot them again. One girl got up and said she was scared. The guy said, “Don’t be scared, you’ll be dead in two minutes,” and then he shot her, BOOM.
Political correctness kills.
Davey [bassist Dave Catching] was in the middle of the stage and when the lights went on, he saw shit he’d never seen before in his life, awful stuff. It has no parallel. It’s not just death. It’s the most unsuspecting, innocent victims you can imagine—people who are gripped in terror and can’t move as a result of it.
Is it fair to say the liberal mentality created this need to surrender?
I will lay the blame right in its lap. When you tell people they can’t help themselves and that they’re children, you weaken them to a point where three feet away is life and they can’t see it because they’re too scared.
In a way we’re unarmed twofold. We’re literally unarmed and we’re also mentally unarmed.
It’s like the bleating sheep from Animal Farm. You suggest anything that strays from the narrative and this chorus of bleats comes to drown you out. This attack didn’t happen by accident.
And we support everything Hughes is saying. When you tell people there isn’t a problem, when there is a MASSIVE disconnect between rational thought and blindly following an ideology that preaches death and world destruction in the name of a deity, that’s the true danger in the world.