bigot: a person who is utterly intolerant of any differing creed, belief or opinion.
Yup, that pretty much sums up every Muslim terrorist, right?
Islamic terrorists are by definition ‘bigoted’ because they murder people who are not like them. In many cases, they murder Muslims who are not Muslim enough. Yet, liberal clown Max Fischer thinks that expecting Muslims to condemn these bigoted Muslim terrorists is itself ‘bigoted’ and ‘Islamophobic’.
Got that? Peaceful Muslims are not supposed to stand up against racist Muslims who support or engage in Islamic terrorism; the real problem is with those who expect them to. More simply, it’s ‘bigoted’ to expect supposedly non-bigoted people to condemn bigots. Using that logic, Fischer is being bigoted for condemning people he views as bigots.
This is a portion of what Fischer wrote after the Sydney, Australia hostage-taking incident but before the Pakistani school murders:
Here is what Muslims and Muslim organizations are expected to say: “As a Muslim, I condemn this attack and terrorism in any form.”
This expectation we place on Muslims, to be absolutely clear, is Islamophobic and bigoted. The denunciation is a form of apology: an apology for Islam and for Muslims. The implication is that every Muslim is under suspicion of being sympathetic to terrorism unless he or she explicitly says otherwise. The implication is also that any crime committed by a Muslim is the responsibility of all Muslims simply by virtue of their shared religion. This sort of thinking — blaming an entire group for the actions of a few individuals, assuming the worst about a person just because of their identity — is the very definition of bigotry.
Funny how the mantra beaten into the heads of westerners after 9/11 – by both the left and the right – was that the only way to defeat terrorism was for the Muslim communities to stand up to it. That strategy has failed miserably that there is a school of mindless thought – espoused by Fischer – which says that those who have such an expectation are racists and Islamophobes.
The mindset of Fischer is not new. In fact, he actually gets it straight from the leaders of Muslim Brotherhood front groups in the U.S. See if you can spot the difference between Fischer and this guy:
If Muslims shouldn’t be expected to condemn Islamic terrorism, what SHOULD they be expected to do in response to Islamic terrorism? Shouldn’t condemning it be the minimum requirement?