Sunday, July 17, 2005

Too Pale - Too Male

The Joys of Diversity, as enforced by Liberalism, are what brings us to this place in time.

As we all know by now, the city of London was brutally attacked by its own homeboys. They were British born and bred yet never bought into that "once an Englishman, always an Englishman" quaint slogan from the days of empire. They showed their true colors in their quest to rid London and the world of civilization as we know it. Back to the middle ages we go, all brought about by the Reformation ... of Islam, that is. As the European Reformation of Christendom brought enlightenment to the world, the goal of the Islamic Reformation is to return Europe to the dark ages of religious rule and intolerance. Much of the success of the Islamic Reformation has been brought about by the kow-towing of liberal democracies to the supposed "joys of diversity".

In London, the newspaper "The Guardian" tauts that by employing people such as members of Hizb ut-Tahrir "The Guardian has a better record in giving space to minority voices ...". Oh yes, how embarrassing it must have been to be accused of being "too pale and male" in their London workplace.
The Independent Online: "Dilpazier Aslam, who has been allowed to report on the London bombings from Leeds and was also given space to write a column in last Wednesday's edition of The Guardian, is a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir, a radical world organisation which seeks to form a global Islamic state regulated by sharia law.

"Sources in The Guardian said that Mr Aslam was employed to increase ethnic diversity within the newsroom under The Guardian's one-year traineeship scheme. One source said: 'There was a feeling that we genuinely wanted more diversity, and like all national newspapers we were still a bit 'pale and male' so we were keen to recruit from different backgrounds'. ... In 1994 Richard Gott, a veteran Guardian journalist, resigned as literary editor after he was unmasked as a former KGB spy."

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