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  • And the ‘dhimmi of the year’ award goes to….


    by Rumbold
    1st January, 2009 at 5:23 pm    

    Richard Bartholomew, of Bartholomew’s Notes on Religion. Richard, who performs a sterling service tracking religious extremists of various stripes, has angered the website Mosquewatch (I think that the name tells you all you need to know about the site) with his criticisms of them. Mosquewatch’s nature can be gauged by the fact that one of its contributors writes under the name ‘IslamPlague’, while their most recently closed poll found that 59% of respondents (282 out of 475) wanted Muslims to pay a special tax “to keep us safe from Islamic terror.” What particularly riled the Islamophobes on Mosquewatch was Richard’s criticism of Pastor Swank, who writes for the site. Mosquewatch argued that:

    “Pastor Swank is a good and decent man. I find it interesting that you would rather defame a Pastor, and not defame the jihadist scum that would slit your throat while screaming “Allahu Ackbar”.”

    Pastor J. Grant Swank, Jr said in October that:

    “President George W. Bush did two terrible acts in the last several years. First, he placed the Koran in the White House library with great aplomb. It was at a Ramadan dinner for Muslim men in one room and Muslim women in another room, he overseeing the men and Laura overseeing the women. That Koran should have never been placed in the White House. A curse has settled upon that domain…

    Christians who are truly genuine Bible disciples have been betrayed by Bush who claimed to be “one of us.” In that betrayal he gave ground to paving the way for the mask Muslim B.. Hussein [i.e. Obama] and entourage to enter the White House powers.”

    Once again, well done Richard.


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    1. Bartholomew — on 1st January, 2009 at 6:14 pm  

      Cheers. I also now see that he’s an American BNP supporter, although of course he whinges at the idea that puts him beyond the pale of reasonable discourse.

    2. blah — on 1st January, 2009 at 6:15 pm  

      Thanks for this

      Pastor Swank actually called for the death of 10 million Muslims

      This is typical of his fare
      Europe is Sick of Muslims-OUT!
      http://www.americandaily.com/article/11986

      But only Muslims have a problem with extremism
      This is freedom of speech

    3. Zak — on 1st January, 2009 at 6:39 pm  

      haha mosquewatch would be funny if it wasn’t so serious.

    4. Sunny — on 1st January, 2009 at 7:28 pm  

      I wonder what Melanie Phillips thinks of them…

    5. Rumbold — on 1st January, 2009 at 8:09 pm  

      Bartholomew:

      As Zak says, it would be a funny site if it wasn’t serious.

    6. Rayyan — on 1st January, 2009 at 8:27 pm  

      What she thinks of them? I’m surprised she doesn’t write for them. Anyone catch her lame and so-racist-its-embarrassing diatribes against the “Marxist” Obama? Bizarre.

    7. MaidMarian — on 1st January, 2009 at 8:55 pm  

      To be honest, I am actually quite surprised and impressed that 193 people in a ‘mosquewatch’ survey were not in favour of the additional tax proposal.

    8. Sunny — on 1st January, 2009 at 9:45 pm  

      Anyone catch her lame and so-racist-its-embarrassing diatribes against the “Marxist” Obama?

      Catch them? They were a great source of amusement!

    9. blah — on 1st January, 2009 at 11:59 pm  

      Sunny

      Anyone catch her lame and so-racist-its-embarrassing diatribes against the “Marxist” Obama?

      “Catch them? They were a great source of amusement!”

      If you are looking for Mad Mel related amusements check out these links (most of them from the brilliant five chinese crackers)

      youll weep with laughter

      http://5cc.blogspot.com/2006/04/melanie-phillips-really-rather-odd.html

      http://5cc.blogspot.com/2006/11/theres-limit-to-amount-you-can-say.html

      http://5cc.blogspot.com/2006/10/like-shooting-swivel-eyed-fish-in.html

      http://5cc.blogspot.com/2006/11/swivel-eyed-fish-burst-barrel.html

      http://5cc.blogspot.com/2006/10/more-from-swivel-eyed-little-fishies.html

      http://unspeak.net/a-radical-imbalance-of-power/

    10. Golam Murtaza — on 2nd January, 2009 at 9:54 am  

      ‘Mosquewatch’? Why don’t they watch the mosque where I live? It’s really exciting. People come in and say their prayers, once a week this guy with a beard gives a sermon on how to be a nice person, some other people give donations to the poor, a committee of old men with beards have long meetings where they drink tea and whinge about the paltry state of the building maintenance fund…. I could go on! It’s all so entertaining. Watch us Mosquewatch, watch us! Pleeeeease!!!

    11. Rumbold — on 2nd January, 2009 at 10:32 am  

      Ha ha ha.

    12. chairwoman — on 30th March, 2009 at 3:08 pm  

      ‘Mosquewatch’? Why don’t they watch the mosque where I live? It’s really exciting. People come in and say their prayers, once a week this guy with a beard gives a sermon on how to be a nice person, some other people give donations to the poor, a committee of old men with beards have long meetings where they drink tea and whinge about the paltry state of the building maintenance fund…. I could go on! It’s all so entertaining. Watch us Mosquewatch, watch us! Pleeeeease!!!

      It sounds exactly like our syangogue!

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