BBC's further descent into multi-culti madness

James Lewis
We  know that Europe has suicidally opened the door wide to Islamofascism via the cult of Multiculturalism, which proclaims lovingly that your jihad is just as good as our democracy. Europe's Commissars of Political Correctness have never bothered to change their minds. In fact, Peter Horrocks, the  "news" director of the BBC, has just proclaimed that 
'The days of middle-of-the-road, balancing Left and Right, impartiality are dead. I believe we need to consider adopting what I like to think of as a much wider "radical impartiality" - the need to hear the widest range of views - all sides of the story. We need more Taliban interviews, more BNP interviews - of course put on air with due consideration and the full range of moderate opinions. ... So get used to hearing more views that you dislike on our airwaves.'
"Radical impartiality," indeed. But while the Beeb will seek out Taliban and Al Qaida spokesmen, it  isn't likely to go so far as to present a Conservative or pro-American point of view. There are some limits of decency.

Six years after 9/11, the Commissars of PC are not beating a retreat. The British Home Office just admitted that its security apparatus may be penetrated by Islamists --- not surprising, since it doensn't bother to ask anybody if they support destroying their country by terrorism. Her Majesty's Government doesn't make it illegal for members of Hizb ut-Tahrir, a declared Islamist terror group, to be employed by the homeland security offices.

According to the London Daily Mail
This means Home Secretary John Reid has no idea how many of his staff hold the group's radical views and he has no means of monitoring their activities.

The revelation - in a written parliamentary answer - comes after Home Office IT manager Abid Javaid, 41, was found to be a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir, which supports a worldwide Islamic state run under hardline Sharia law and has refused to condemn last year's London bombings.
The BBC is a government-owned corporation, of course, and gives every sign of being penetrated by Islamists. Just look at its coverage of the Middle East.

The fact is that Britain was utterly open to communist penetration during the Cold War, including its secret services. Today, with Multiculturalism still powerful, British security is easy prey for Islamists. Two million Pakistanis live in London alone.

When Mark Steyn called his latest book America Alone, he was not joking. If America fails in this culture war, so does civilization.
We  know that Europe has suicidally opened the door wide to Islamofascism via the cult of Multiculturalism, which proclaims lovingly that your jihad is just as good as our democracy. Europe's Commissars of Political Correctness have never bothered to change their minds. In fact, Peter Horrocks, the  "news" director of the BBC, has just proclaimed that 
'The days of middle-of-the-road, balancing Left and Right, impartiality are dead. I believe we need to consider adopting what I like to think of as a much wider "radical impartiality" - the need to hear the widest range of views - all sides of the story. We need more Taliban interviews, more BNP interviews - of course put on air with due consideration and the full range of moderate opinions. ... So get used to hearing more views that you dislike on our airwaves.'
"Radical impartiality," indeed. But while the Beeb will seek out Taliban and Al Qaida spokesmen, it  isn't likely to go so far as to present a Conservative or pro-American point of view. There are some limits of decency.

Six years after 9/11, the Commissars of PC are not beating a retreat. The British Home Office just admitted that its security apparatus may be penetrated by Islamists --- not surprising, since it doensn't bother to ask anybody if they support destroying their country by terrorism. Her Majesty's Government doesn't make it illegal for members of Hizb ut-Tahrir, a declared Islamist terror group, to be employed by the homeland security offices.

According to the London Daily Mail
This means Home Secretary John Reid has no idea how many of his staff hold the group's radical views and he has no means of monitoring their activities.

The revelation - in a written parliamentary answer - comes after Home Office IT manager Abid Javaid, 41, was found to be a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir, which supports a worldwide Islamic state run under hardline Sharia law and has refused to condemn last year's London bombings.
The BBC is a government-owned corporation, of course, and gives every sign of being penetrated by Islamists. Just look at its coverage of the Middle East.

The fact is that Britain was utterly open to communist penetration during the Cold War, including its secret services. Today, with Multiculturalism still powerful, British security is easy prey for Islamists. Two million Pakistanis live in London alone.

When Mark Steyn called his latest book America Alone, he was not joking. If America fails in this culture war, so does civilization.