The internet is full of random webpages, I’m sure you’ve seen some. But there is one which seems to be of particular note this week.
A bunch of Muslims have been planning to cause as much disruption as possible tomorrow, to spoil Prince William’s wedding day, because he is (and I quote) ‘the Crusader’, ‘a modern day Nazi’, ‘a baby killer’, and of course in line to the throne of ‘a kingdom built on blood.’
Thankfully, they’ve called off their plans, but the reason why could be concerning. Here is their press release that came out yesterday:
On 29th of April 2011, plans for a forceful demonstration by Muslims against Crusades outside Westminster Abbey were due to take place to highlight the brutal crusade being launched at the behest of the tyrannical British government and royal family.
Careful plans were laid out in order to inflict maximum damage both to the reputation of the Crusader and Nazi prince William as well as Queen Elizabeth II and the British government in general.
Unfortunately, it is has recently come to our attention…that the threat of an imminent attack against those attending the royal wedding on 29th April 2011, is too strong to substantiate the presence of any Muslims within the locality.
We hereby call all Muslims in Britain and abroad not to attend the royal wedding and in particular to avoid all public transport leading to areas such as Westminster, Buckingham Palace, Piccadilly Circus, St James’s Station and Victoria; we would also like to stress that the cause for the current security threat against Britain is directly linked to the bloody foreign policy of the tyrannical British government, and that Muslims cannot be held responsible for any carnage caused in reaction to such unwarranted oppression.
So response number one: is it not ironic that this group was planning ‘a forceful demonstration’ to ‘inflict maximum damage’ yet closes by saying that ‘Muslims cannot be held responsible for any carnage…’?
And response number two: how has this particular group gained such privileged knowledge of a terror attack?
If you literally have nothing better to do have a look at their website. It looks like it’s a joke, but I don’t actually think it is, and perhaps that’s what’s concerning. Groups of people in the UK and worldwide are intentionally planning to cause disruption to a wedding? I’m not sure how these Muslims can claim to be part of a religion which apparently stands for peace.
And just to clarify, I’m not painting every Muslim with this brushstroke. I hope that Muslims that do value peace are as concerned by these jokers as I am!