Friday, January 9, 2015

Apolgists for Islam Give It That Old School Try Again ("Backlash"; "Don't Blame Islam and/or Multiculturalism")--But Is It Really Working?

Maybe I'm being overly optimistic, but I don't the spin is going over as well as it used to:
Muslims in Europe are already feeling the backlash from the Paris attack.
The United Nations Human Rights chief Zeid Ra’ad Al-Hussein said Friday a “moment of calm” is needed after the Charlie Hebdo newspaper shootings in French capital this week.   
At a ceremony in Geneva on Friday, Al-Hussein said Islam was not responsible for the shooting of 12 people. 
“We need a moment of calm now, we do not need retaliation. Neither Islam nor multiculturalism in Europe is to blame for the bloody attack two mornings ago, as some right-wing political leaders have already begun to say.” 
His comments come as some far right wing groups in Europe have already begun to link the attacks to multiculturalism policies...
I could be wrong, but pushing the multiculti crapola at this particular time--when all the Charlie Hebo victims have yet to be buried and Muslims in France control an estimated 750 enclaves/no-go zones which are governed not by French law but by sharia--is the definition of a tough sell.

No comments: