I hope you have all watched the video showing Islamist NTC rats in Libya smashing the graves of British and Commonwealth servicemen to pieces. As I commented in the article yesterday, it is after all likely that such behaviour will be exhibited on a grand scale in the UK within a few decades – it is best to familiarise yourself with it early on.
Some news has come out regarding this incident which apparently is a response to Koran-burning (by Americans, not Commonwealth war veterans).
You will be pleased to learn that the National Transitional Council of Libya has issued what the BBC describes as an “apology” – the NTC website titles it “Statement about the attack on the graves of non-Muslims” (translated from Arabic) – but they do express “strong condemnation” and pledge to go after the perpetrators.
The language used in their statement/apology is interesting. You will have noticed the specificity with which the title of their statement refers to the graves (those of “non-Muslims” – no surprise, as that is the way Islamist globalists see the world – they weren’t British and Commonwealth servicemen who died there, they were “non-Muslims”. This explains how they can justify vandalising British graves by pointing at American Koran-burners.
Shortly after condemning the attack on the graves of “non-Muslims” the NTC goes on to explain how these actions really weren’t in accordance with Shariah. One has to wonder whether the summary murder of tens of thousands of blacks was not against their Shariah. But putting that minor triviality aside, this once again shows how Islam informs their very thinking about practically anything. It’s not being condemned because it was wrong; it’s being condemned because, allegedly, the Shariah says so.
Perhaps the rest of the Muslim world should start apologising then, for the countless desecrations, murders, persecutions, rapes and enslavements that non-Muslims have endured at their hands. God knows the Catholic Church has apologised enough, but strangely I don’t see the Muslim world doing that.
I think the video should be sent to as many people as possible to show them just who we supported in the Libyan war – sod their stinking “apology” because actions speak FAR louder than their words ever could.