A religious scandal is unfolding in Britain after dozens of posters appeared in London and other cities, declaring some areas as “Sharia law zones”. Imam Anjem Choudari, notorious for his extremist and radical remarks, has claimed responsibility for the Sharia law zone campaign.
As Europe recovers from the shocking bloodbath staged by anti-Islamist Anders Breivik, UK-based Islamists have seized the opportunity to score political points. Bright yellow posters on buses, lamp posts and the walls of houses warned pedestrians and drivers that they were entering a Sharia controlled area. Distributed by activists of the Muslims against Crusades group, the posters carried an inscription “Islamic rules enforced” along with the no alcohol, no drugs or smoking, no porn or prostitution, no music concerts and no gambling pictograms.
Some fear the Sharia poster campaign that Imam Choudari says aims at planting the seeds of an Islamic Emirate may kindle anti-Islamic sentiments in British society. Russian analyst Anton Chernov shares his view:
“I don’t think that this is an attempt to set anyone against anyone. Such campaigns are actually a demonstration of force. The Muslims thus want to show that there are quite a lot of them in Foggy Albion. A similar peaceful demonstration demanding a tougher immigration policy and anti-Islamic restrictions seems to be a likely response.”
Should Femiservatives be banned from this site?
I get a number of femiservatives visiting this site and leaving comments. These women represent the conservative wing of the sexual trade union. Like the left wing feminists, all that matters to them is raising the market price of their vaginas, but what differentiates them is that they are clear and open in their belief that the free sexual market has to be closed completely (whilst proclaiming themselves economic libertarians), and that Christianity and the banner of social conservatism is the only way to achieve this.
Many of them arrive at my site due to the fact that I’m at number 2 in Google for the search term ‘anti-feminism’ (behind Wikipedia), and no doubt assume that I’m going to be a conservative beta male who believes that trapping men into life-long relationships with aging women is the only way that I or any other beta male can be guaranteed a sex life.
There are plenty of men’s rights sites that will allow femiservatives to comment, and even to write articles. Debate is welcomed at this site, and when intelligent male readers like ‘Ian B’ offer (possible) criticisms of sexual trade union theory then I find it rewarding, stimulating, and helpful in clarifying my own beliefs. But when ‘sympathetic’ femiservatives do so, it’s invariably just another attempt to set the men’s rights agenda in their own sexual favour.
But if regular readers here enjoy debating with femiservatives I’ll continue to allow their comments.