A midnight thought on the credibility of books, not novels but ostensibly non-fiction books written by drooling cretins.
One such cretin is apparently Mansoor Abdul Hakim.
Here’s an extract from his scholarly tome “Women Who Deserve to go to Hell.”
- “Men’s perfection is because of various reasons: intelligence, religion, etc,” Hakim explains. “At most, four women have this perfection.”
No, it’s not a joke book, but sold as serious reading in the Islamic Bookstore…
Hakim is a lame-brained moron indeed, but laughable.
However, the place also gets away with retailing hate literature.
Another book there contains the following assertion – “No one can deny the fact that the Jews are the worst kind of barbarian killers the world has ever known!!!
That’s from ‘History of the Jews!’ These books were reportedly on sale there in the second half of last year. Have the police moved in and closed down this hate-sty?
No, because it was in the news earlier this years, when we heard that the book store owners want political leaders to do more to promote harmony with the Islamic community. -
Might be easier if they cleaned up the filth on their shelves!
Or have the police at least removed the hate-literature made available by the sectarian management?
I got my info on this, and much else, from the Aussie media – … http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/nsw/last-drinks-in-lakemba-tim-blair-takes-a-look-inside-sydneys-muslim-land/ – read the whole article!
It exerts a kind of horrid fascination and reminds me of what Nigel Farage had to say about his trip on British public transport, on which he hardly heard a word of English.
‘Lakemba may be only 30 minutes from the centre of Sydney, yet it is remarkably distinct from the rest of the city. You can walk the length of crowded Haldon St and not hear a single phrase in English. On this main shopping strip the ethnic mix seems similar to what you’d find in any Arabic city.
How many similar comments might be heard in countries in Europe too?
I find nothing at all disagreeable about shopping amidst a throng who speak another language. But I live in Indonesia. I adapt, as any civilised person should. No problem – I like Indonesia, even though one comes across Nazi-style elements here too, as we saw when the Jakarta Post’s parent company, Gramedia, revelled in a Hitlerian book-burning.
Yet most people here are pleasant and civil. Three Cheers for Jakarta, Where People Are Normal and Nice!
Lakemba, by way of contrast, sounds a hellish place.
The Sydney story was occasioned by the closure of the Lakemba Hotel, one of those typical old-fashioned watering holes that are unique to Australia.
Now it is no more.
- I dare say it’s not the only good thing destroyed by multiculturalism, that insane policy that permits the importation of primitives who refuse to adapt. But sad, nevertheless….