En el Reino Unido, la policía de la región inglesa de las West Midlands dio el año pasado un extremadamente inquietante paso: denunció a Channel 4, no por un presunto delito concreto, sino por lo que consideraba como una mala práctica periodística en uno de sus reportajes, “Undercover Mosque”, en el que la cadena de televisión mostraba las imágenes conseguidas tras grabar con cámara oculta las brutales descargas de odio de los imanes a puerta cerrada en las mezquitas. Metidos a reguladores de la ética y la deontología periodística, los policías han tenido que envainarse ahora sus acusaciones, convertidos ya en poco más que en las tristes marionetas de los grupos musulmanes, cómodos mientras los agentes les hacen el trabajo sucio de ‘cazaperiodistas”.
[Mientras en Holanda...] Abdul-Jabbar van de Ven es un holandés converso al islam que en 2005 denunció ante la policía al viñetista satírico, Gregorius Nekschot, por “islamofobia” e incitación al “odio racial”. El jueves pasado, un despliegue policial digno de operación antiterrorista de desarticulación de atentado inminente entró a saco en el domicilio de Nekschot en plena noche, con el dibujante durmiendo en su cama, y se le llevó a prisión junto con todo el material informático con el que pudo arramplar. Finalmente, tras la denuncia del converso, la fiscalía general del país había terminando sucumbiendo a la presión de un denominado Centro de Denuncias por Discriminación que, desde Internet y con financiación en parte pública, aseguraba haber recibido más de un centenar de quejas de grupos de musulmanes por la labor del viñetista. De forma que las autoridades ejecutaron la denuncia del converso, amparando las constantes protestas y acusaciones de las organizaciones islámicas y de cuanto individuo quiso apuntar con el dedo al dibujante desde la comodidad de su domicilio.
Ahora bien, no es el único caricaturista bajo amenaza. En Canadá, el caricaturista Bruce MacKinnon está en proceso como consecuencia de esta caricatura:
Esta viñeta del periódico Chronicle Herald es obra de Bruce MacKinnon y se supone que se refiere a la mujer de uno de los 18 de Toronto – Cheryfa MacAulay Jamal. Si recordais, fue mencionada en el Globe and Mail en un artículo en 2006 titulado “Ruido de Odio bajo el Velo“. Acostumbra a alabar a “la familia Khadr” (la organización terrorista Al-Qaeda en Canadá) e incluso ha pedido fondos financieros para ayudar a la viuda de Ahmed Said Khadr, Maha. Cheryfa MacAulay Jamal y sus amigos odian a Canadá, odian a los judíos, odian a otros musulmanes y en general nos odian a todos los demás – pero aparentemente esta viñeta constituye un posible crimen de odio…
In the United Kingdon, the police from the English region of the West Midlands gave last year a disturbing step: they denounced Channel 4, not because of a concrete alleged crime, but because of what they considered it was a bad journalistic practice in one of their reports, “Undercover Mosque”, in which the TV channel showed images they had recorded with a hidden camera the brutal downloading of hate from the Imams behind the doors of the mosques. Considering themselves the regulators of the ethic and the journalistic deontology, policemen have had to retract themselves from the accusations, having transformed themselves in sad puppets of the Muslim groups, who are very comfortable while the agents are doing the dirty work of “journalistbusters”. But in other parts of Europe, politicians, prosecutors and policemen are beginnin other harrasment activities. Now, again a cartoonist is in the center of the Islamist typhoon in the Netherlands. But this time, Islamic organizations have learned their lesson. They are leadering from the rear front. Because in this case it is the Dutch Government the one who is leadering the hunting party.
Abdul-Jabbar van de Ven is a Dutch convert to Islam who denounced in 2005 the satirical cartoonist, Gregorius Nekschot, to the police because of “Islamophobia” and “stirring racial hatred”. Last Thursday, within a policial operation more proper of an antiterrorist operation to dismember an imminent terrorist attack, the police entered Nekschot’s home at night, when the cartoonist was sleeping in his bed, and took him to prison with all the computer material he had in his home. Finally, after the accusation from the convert, the General Prosecutor of the country has ended succumbing to the pressure of a self-called “Center for Denounces of Discrimination” that, from Internet and partly public financing, assured it has received more than a hundred complaints from Muslim groups about the cartoonist works. So the authorities executed the convert’s accusation, sheltering the constant protests and accusations from the Islamic organizations musulmanes por la labor del viñetista. So the authorities executed the convert’s accusation, sheltering that way the constant protests and accusations that Islamic organizations and every other guy who wanted to point the cartoonist from their homes’ comfortableness, made at that time.
One more time, the extreme violence of the Muslim converts in Europe -emitters of some of the most hateful speeches against Western societies where they were born-, Abdul-Jabbar van de Ven is a man that, on TV and some time before accussing the cartoonist, congratulated himself on the murder of Theo van Gogh and stated openly his hope of someone killing Geert Wilders the same way. Today Van de Ven continues free and active working as an imam in an organization with Saudi funding, while Nekschot has fallen into an apocalypsis of investigations and potential processes that’s not less than the huge jihad of death threats who had been directed towards him, after the Dutch Prosecutor’s office began the process , even if he works with a pseudonym, Nekschot, “shot in the neck”, in Dutch.
But when Nekschot was still in prison (he was two days detained), the Dutch Government saw himself in the middle of a political tornado with similar accusations from different political positions, both from far-right and far-left and from centered positions. The political accusations included the Labour party, one off the members of the coalition which forms the Government. Even the leftist newspaper, like De Volksrant, screamed in earnest against the harrasment to free speech, a harrasment that unites European Governments with Islam, which is extremely succesful in its gagging efforts in European lands.“In Denmark, they protect the cartoonist; in the Netherlands, the police arrest them”, De Volksrant said alluding to the case of Mohammed cartoons.
In fact, the most acid critics of the Government’s action are this time the Dutch leftists, including those who are forming the coalition in the Government, like radical socialists, who said that “persecuting an artist because of his work is absurd”. What is more, it has been a center-right party, the Demo-Christian CDA, the one who has stated that “probably the Prosecutor’s office has good reasons to act the way it has acted“, an attitude which contrasts with the words of a Labour MP, who said that “prosecuting a cartoonist is going too far”. The scandal has been so great that the Justice Minister has begged the pardon of the Parliament, stating his intention of investigating if there has been committed any unlawful acts in the process.
The Nekschot case was happening as the police from British West Midlands was obliged to apologize and to pay a considerable amount of money in concepto of indemnification to Channel 4, after accusing the TV channel of “spreading an ideology of intolerance and hate”. In another uncomprehensive case of Western judicial systems’ auto-prosecution, the Prosecutor’s office and the Police united last August to accuse Channel 4 of “having distorted completely” the agressively incendiary sermons of the Imams recorded by the TV reporters with a hidden camera and which were aired with the name of “Undercover Mosque”, revealing the massive charges of hate and menaces against United Kingdom and the Western way of life promoted by the Imams who, in a “surprising” double speech, were speaking outside their mosques about their moderated role and of Islam as the “Religion of Peace”. After investigating the rabid statements of the Islamic clerics shown in the report, the police concluded that, even if they were “ofensive”, there was nothing illegal in them. But they found allegedly criminal illegality in the role played by the journalists who had made the report, so they sent a report to Ofcom, the UK regulator of MSM.
Ofcom, by the way, has considered that the report was impeccable in its edition of the statements, which shows that, after having to pay a considerable amount of money in concept of damages to Channel 4 because of the police activity in the case, the taxpayers have seen West Midlands’ police making a formal apology, because they began the persecution against the TV Channel. But they did not and have not begun ANY action against the extremelly agressive imams and their teams who, from inside the mosques, were shouting for the destruction of the infidel in the Western world. Precisely, the Association of the Muslim Policemen of the UK was created at the beginning of this year, whose objective, just as the one created in Scotland, is to “fight against Islamophobia” of the societies in which they are serving for as agents. At the same time, there is no trace (and there is neither proof it would be tolerated) of an “Association of Christian Policemen”, which would proclaim openly an activist view of their role inside the Police, as the Muslim agents are doing.
Just the same as what happened with a Belarus journalist who was condemned some months ago because of republishing the Danish Mo-toons, the situation was even aggravated from Brussels, when, in the middle of the persecution against the journalists in the name of “the fight against Islamophobia”, the European Union decided a month ago to pass a Directive to fight against “hate” and “racism”, terms in which the critics to Islam are included and, potentially, any other information like the one of Channel 4’s report, that is not of the policial (or other type) bureacrat’s liking. The new Directive passed by the Interior Ministers, which should be sanctioned by the national parliaments, considers a crime of European range any activity of this characteristics, but is seeings by many as a new and potentially devastating attack against the freedom of expression in Europe. This has to be considered inside the normal pressure from groups like the self-named “European Net against Racism”, which considers the Directive text as very soft.
Germany considers the text also as “soft”, because there is no express mention to the Holocaust, one of the Berlin’s obssesions who is not, as should be, worried with the same intensity about German Muslim community, one of the most incendiary ones in Europe, severely excited and supported from Ankara, their home country, and with Islamic organizations totally silent because they see that the European policemen, prosecutors and politicians are doing their dirty work to crush any critical or merely descriptive voice about what is happening inside or outside their mosques.
This cartoon from the Chronicle Herald newspaper was drawn by Bruce MacKinnon and is supposed to reference the wife of one of the Toronto 18 – Cheryfa MacAulay Jamal. Cheryfa MacAulay Jamal if you recall was featured in a Globe and Mail article back in 2006 titled Hateful Chatter Behind the Veil. She praises the Khadr (Canada’s al-Qaeda) family and even fundraises to help Ahmed Said Khadr’s widow, Maha. Cheryfa MacAulay Jamal and her friends hate Canada, hate jews, hate gays, hate fellow Muslims, and in general just hate us – but apparently this cartoon, is a possible hate crime.
Among other things this woman and Co said:
May Allah crush these jews, bring them down to their kneees, humuliate them. Ya Allah make their women widows and their children orphans
Let them call you a terrorist, let them make you look like a savage, but know that THIS is the filth of the earth, the uncivilised destroyer of humanity.
Who cares? We hate Canada.
Wow, her words are peace at their core… ehh, no, wait, this is a perfect language for a total HATER… But the cartoon has its own reason. The Canadian newspaper the Star reported she actually said:”I want millions, seriously,” Cheryfa MacAulay Jamal told a Halifax newspaper yesterday. “I know it sounds greedy, but I don’t care. I want millions for what the kids have suffered and how much we’ve aged in this process.”