Monday, November 16, 2015
I’m a Gay Man and Mass Muslim Immigration Terrifies Me
I’m a Gay Man and Mass Muslim Immigration Terrifies Me
by Milo Yiannopoulos 16 Nov 2015
I’d hate to be thrown off a roof. I mean, imagine if I landed on this face. But that’s the future Europe and even the US are sleepwalking into if we let wacky progressive hand-wringers keep apologising for radical Islam and calling the rest of us racist for expressing our concern at mass immigration from cultures that care nothing for the rights of women and gays.
You want to see a “patriarchy”? Fly to Riyadh or Tehran. In the former, women can’t drive. (Alright, fair enough, they might be on to something there.) In the latter, gays are hanged, often from cranes in public places. ISIS is even more brutal, hurling fags off the roof after ritually humiliating them. In Raqqa you’ll see women and children sold for a few hundred dollars.
These are the attitudes we’re importing by allowing millions of Muslims to settle in western Europe. Sorry if that sounds intolerant, but remember women and gays aren’t just treated like shit by ISIS, but mainstream Muslim culture, too. I can’t remember how many Muslim countries have the death penalty for homosexuality. What is it, ten? Eleven?
We now know that at least one of the Paris terrorists came into Europe posing as a “refugee.” This confirms all the worst fears of progressive commentators who were hoping the political Right was wrong about the security threat mass immigration presented.
But there’s a more general concern for liberal western democracies: it’s not just the jihadis, but the attitudes of ordinary Muslims that are a grave cause for concern, not just for the women being gang-raped in Malmö but homosexuals everywhere in Europe.
So you can accuse me of being “islamophobic” if you want, because no, I don’t want to be shouted at or spat on in the street. Maybe my gayness is standing in the way of a Muslim utopia… but I’m going to be selfish here and say maybe we don’t import all the people who want to murder me.
I’m serious. Gay people are getting stoned to death all the time in the Middle East, and not in the fun way: in the throw-big-rocks-at-your-head-until-you-die way. I don’t mean to be callous, but what are we gaining by letting these people in? Why can’t we help them with overseas aid? Why do they need to come here? Aren’t we just encouraging more of them to risk the trip by throwing our borders open?
Put like that, I hope you can appreciate why I’m considering a move to the US and just what you’re giving up by transforming your societies and turning a blind eye to sharia courts where a woman’s testimony is, legally, worth less than a man’s.
You don’t hear progressives complaining about that sort of thing, of course, because somehow crybully Muslims occupy an even more prestigious position on the Oppression League Tables than women and homos. Why are Left-wingers so ferociously pro-immigration from these fucking awful countries? I really don’t get it.
Of course, I realise there are some other options available to me. I could always take the veil. Terrorists pretend to be women by wearing it, so why can’t I pretend to be one too, to avoid being queer-bashed in Bradford? Plus, I wouldn’t get hit on by Pakistani rape gangs because as we all know they prefer helpless young white girls to their own beefy, hirsute womenfolk.
But when I think about it, British weather can be awfully muggy, and those things really don’t look very comfy. And how am I supposed to cruise handsome dads in the park wearing a black bedsheet?
From what I can tell, it’s not women and children coming over in these “refugee crises” but strong 22-year-old men. Under ordinary circumstances I’d be fine with a bit of Middle Eastern rough, but I prefer my nocturnal encounters with dark-skinned men to be at least partially consensual.
The Left’s wilful, suicidal ignorance about Muslim culture is at odds with virtually every one of their cherished social justice prescriptions. They look for sexism in “mansplaining” and flirtatious remarks, yet turn a blind eye to a culture where the only acceptable role for women is head-scarfed housewife.
They see intolerance in Halloween costumes, yet ignore the regular atrocities of cultures that mass-murder each other over regional, tribal, and sectarian differences. They think conservatives who disagree with their definition of gay marriage to be bigots worthy of social ostracism, yet welcome into their midst a culture that wants to execute queers like me.
If you don’t believe me, just look at what’s happening in Sweden. A gay pride march that planned to go via a Muslim area was criticised and called “needlessly provocative” by progressives who care more about protecting an immigrant’s right to be a hateful bigot than the rights of gay citizens to express their sexual identity. What am I missing here?
I know this is the point at which I’m supposed to say not all Muslims in the west are bad people, but I can’t bring myself to care about caveats when 1,200 girls are getting raped in Rotherham and Britain is sending more fighters to ISIS than almost any other country. As the journalist and activist Brigitte Gabriel points out, the peaceful majority are irrelevant.
Liberals refuse to face the fact that Muslim immigrants will never adapt to western cultures and become typical Britons without some kind of massive re-education and assimilation. They expect us to expand our progressive worldview by accepting Islam’s bronze-age barbarism.
The problem with accepting all of these people, and their culture, is there’s no place for me in it. You get to have your ISIS friends, or you get to have Milo, because when you invite us to the same party… off the roof I go.
Perhaps this is the Left’s plan all along. Banning me from campuses hasn’t dented my popularity, so perhaps murder is the only way the Left can get rid of me. I would take it as a compliment, but even I’m not egotistical enough to want western civilisation to be destroyed on my account.
Louis Farrakhan is the acting head for the Nation of Islam, the organizer for the Million Man March, and was awarded the 2007 Jeremiah Wright Jr. Trumpeter award from Trumpeter Newsmagazine.
Note: Trumpeter Newsmagazine is a publication for the Trinity United Church of Christ (Chicago).
Trinity United Church of Christ (Chicago) is a member of the United Church of Christ.
United Church of Christ
Criticism over same-sex marriage
Following the decision of General Synod 25 in 2005 to endorse same-sex marriage, the UCC's Puerto Rico Conference left the church, citing differences over "the membership and ministry of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender Christians." A number of conservative congregations also ended their affiliation with the denomination after the decision in favor of same-sex marriage. However, the marriage equality decision also brought attention to the denomination and showed the UCC to be a worship alternative of which many people and churches had not previously been aware.
Jeremiah A. Wright Jr. is a senior pastor at the Trinity United Church of Christ (Chicago), and was a member of the African American Religious Leadership Committee.
African American Religious Leadership Committee was an advisory group for the 2008 Barack Obama presidential campaign.
Barack Obama was the candidate for the 2008 Barack Obama presidential campaign, a parishioner at the Trinity United Church of Christ (Chicago), and is married to Michelle Obama.
Michelle Obama is married to Barack Obama, and was an advocate for the ONE Campaign.
ONE Campaign is a partner with the International Rescue Committee.
Clifford S. Asness is a director at the International Rescue Committee, and supported same-sex marriage in New York.
Foundation to Promote Open Society was a funder for the International Rescue Committee, the Human Rights Watch,
George Soros was the chairman for the Foundation to Promote Open Society, a benefactor for the Human Rights Watch, and is Daisy M. Soros brother-in-law.
Arcus Foundation was a funder for the Human Rights Watch.
Kevin Jennings is an executive director at the Arcus Foundation, and was the founder & executive director for the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network.
Gara LaMarche was an associate director for the Human Rights Watch, and a director at the White House Project.
Daisy Khan was a director at the White House Project, a developer for Park51, and an executive director at the American Society for Muslim Advancement.
Although the Park51 building would not be visible from the World Trade Center site, opponents of the Park51 project have said that establishing a mosque so close to Ground Zero would be offensive since the hijackers in the September 11, 2001 attacks were Islamic terrorists.
American Society for Muslim Advancement is sponsor by the Muslim Leaders of Tomorrow.
Daisy M. Soros is George Soros’s sister-in-law, and a leader’s council member for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Joan H. Tisch is a leader’s council member for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, and a lifetime trustee at the Gay Men's Health Crisis.
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