In response to the National Post‘s “Controversial anti-Islamic group plans rally in Toronto”:
What would you do if your community was taken over by Islamic Fascists, who continually attack innocent people? What would you do if the authorities did little or absolutely nothing to stop the attacks because of political correctness, or the Government’s alliance with Islamists? For political reasons, the OPP didn’t protect victims of Native unrest in Ontario, and are unlikely to protect victims of Islamic Fascists, so how would these problems get resolved? Frustration, and desperation, led to the establishment of groups like EDL, and SIOE. Their demos are an effort to put pressure on politicians and police to do their jobs, and clean up the mess caused by Islamic Fascists.
It’s only a matter of time before Canada’s Islamic Fascists behave as violently as the EU’s. Ultimately Canadians will have to decide whether they are going to submit to Islamic Fascism, or take a stand to defend our way of life. JDL has already made their decision, and work hard to combat Islamic Fascists. As the daughter of a World War II Vet, I have made my decision, and will do whatever I can to stop Islamic Fascism, despite my advanced age, and serious health issues. What will you do?
RELATED — Report on the EDL by the Hudson Institute:
Wearing black T-shirts, emblazoned on the back with the English, Israeli, and US flags, the name of the movement, and the legend “No mosque at Ground Zero,” the EDL entourage attracted much attention from the press and passers-by, many curious to know the meaning of the T-shirts and the England/EDL flags the group were displaying – and where they could purchase them.
People waited patiently to have their photographs taken in front of the EDL flags, flanked by its members. African-American women, Asian men and women, and the young and old all went up, and posed, smiling.
Such positive attention must have been a welcome change for the EDL. To be photographed in front of one of its flags – or even an English flag, except during the soccer World Cup season – would be, politically and socially, considered unseemly in Britain: to wave an English flag now in England is enough to be stigmatized as a “racist.”