Wednesday, October 27, 2010

The Merging of the Two Greens

It's no coincidence that those who pledge allegiance to the "old green" (the age-old colour of Islamic supremacism) and those who rally under the banner of the "new green" (the environmental movement) are colour-co-ordinated: green, both old and new, is a very appealing colour; the colour, in fact, of the triumphalists' will to power. And it's no coincidence that "Islam and the environment" is a theme of this year's Islamic History Month Canada, an event that exemplifies how the old and new greens are hooking up for the greater empowerment of both. If we let them (and how can we stop them, since, for the moment at least, we still live in an ostensibly free society?) the Islamists will ride the eco-train all the way to the end of the line. But must we, those who stand to suffer should Green prove supreme, stoke the engine and ensure the track is kept clear of debris? Does being "sensitive" to Muslim "feelings" preclude our ability to see and understand the obvious? How stupid are we? Those are the questions that popped into my head as I read this, from Maclean's (H/T BCF):

An RCMP “ethnic liaison officer” is urging his colleagues to attend a conference on a “Just and Sustainable Peace” that was organized in part by a Green Party of Canada candidate who believes the 9/11 attacks were an “inside job,” and whose participants include the director general of an NGO that endorses hate-filled stereotypes about Jews. Three academics from Iran are flying in for the event.
Among speakers scheduled to speak at the conference, which will take place in Ottawa on Oct. 28, is Davood Ameri, director general of the Iran-based “Islamic World Peace Forum,” an organization whose website includes cartoons of Israeli soldiers murdering babies, and one of a hook-nosed Jew wearing a top hat full of tiny skulls.
Saied Ameli, identified by conference organizers as dean of the faculty of global studies at Tehran University, is scheduled to attend, as is Elham Aminzadeh, reportedly of Tehran University’s faculty of law, who has praised Iran for what she describes as its efforts to protect women’s rights since the Islamic Revolution of 1979. She was formerly an Iranian parliamentarian and in 2006 claimed stoning sentences were no longer handed down in Iran. They are. A third Iranian academic scheduled to participate is Hassan Hosseini.

Nasir Islam, a professor at the University of Ottawa, is on the program; as is Vern Neufeld Redekop of Saint Paul’s University in Ottawa; Ottawa lawyer Ernest Tannis; and Zijad Delic, head of the Canadian Islamic Congress.

The conference has been organized by Green Party members who call themselves the “Ottawa Group of Four.” They include Qais Ghanem, a doctor whose posting on the “Medical Professionals for 9/11 Truth” reads: “I have, from the outset, believed that the 9/11 horrendous massacre of thousands of innocent civilians could not possibly be the work of a dozen amateur Saudis. Close watching of video clips and reading of lots of expert opinions convinced me further that this is an inside job, or that it was at the very least done with inside help.”...
Here's the real truth of 9/11: the only sustainable "peace" Islam can live with is Pax Islamica, the "peace" that will be in effect once Islam controls the eco-system--all of it.

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