Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Kilroy-Silk hits out at UK mosques

No stranger to controversy, former TV host Robert Kilroy-Silk launched a scatching attack on the practice of UK mosques of not allowing women.

Before everyone jumps on the Kilroy-Silk bandwagon, I would like people to consider the man's motives, which are given in this statement:

He added: "I don't believe in religions. I think all religions are fairy tales, I think they are evil and I don't think Islam is one of the better ones, so I don't want anybody to be forced to go to a mosque.


Mr. Kilroy-Silk is obviously a militant atheist, but to his credit, he is a consistent militant atheist i.e. does not want to give islam preferential treatment which is more then can be said for the phonies of the contemporary liberal left.

Respect for mr. Kilroy-Silk putting action where his mouth is aside, we have to ask ourselves are his ideas the ones Europe and America should adopt as a substitution for the multiculturalist disaster that is at display these days. The answer is obviously no since it would be like trading AIDS for cancer. We have seen what ideologies that claim that "religion is the opium for people" have achieved. And just as today the likes of Kilroy-Silk are going after mosques, tommorow, when the islamic threat resceeds churches will become their target.

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