The Politically Correct are Playing Word Games With “Islam”

The Politically Correct are Playing Word Games With “Islam”, by Taki Theodoracopulos.

Dancing around an unpleasant reality is what politics is all about nowadays — Donald Trump excluded — with political correctness the enveloping cloud that hides truth and the facts.

There are boundaries that are set by those faceless gray men and women none of us ever see, those who control the networks, the newspapers, and the academy — in other words, the so-called elite, and woe to anyone who dares defy them.  Our elected officials are the first to play this game, starting with the man who sleeps in the White House as I write.

Things have gotten so bad that biology has been replaced by chosen gender, and with heavy penalties decreed for those who prefer the scientific interpretation of what is a man and what constitutes a woman. The great Roger Scruton calls it “Transphobia,” just as “Islamophobia” is the excuse by our elite for the attitude that leads to mass murder and the enslavement of women.  In reality, transwomen are nothing but men with fetishes, and if anyone wishes to debate this, he may go and reproduce himself first and then call me.

Which brings me to the Orlando tragedy and all the lies that have followed.  … [W]hat the hell was this family of Afghan con men doing in this country anyway?  Why was the father given TV time to spout lies? Why are we letting in Chechens, Somalis, Afghanis, Nigerians, and Eritreans rather than the millions of Europeans I know who are dying to immigrate to the good ole U.S. of A.? …

Taki correctly calls out the hate:

Let’s face it.  If Muslims had their way — and by that I mean most Muslims — homosexuality would be not only banned but a capital offense, as it is in most Muslim countries.  …

It’s turning a blind eye to Muslim hatred of everything.  Gays, Jews, women, Christians: You name it, Muslims hate it.

It’s the refusal to declare war on Saudi and Qatari and Kuwaiti money that finances terror by our elite because they’ve been bribed time and again.

hat-tip Stephen Neil