Yesterday in the Mail:
ISIS arrest 50 people for SMOKING and will flog them in public for the ‘crime’
Fifty men were arrested in the district of Yarmouk, south of Damascus
It is likely they will be publicly flogged for the ‘crime’ of smoking
ISIS’s strict Sharia law says all intoxicants as ‘haram’ or forbidden
The terror group is known to burn huge piles of cigarettes and alcohol
In what sense is ISIS really any different for Tobacco Control? I bet TC would like to flog smokers in public. And maybe they’ll soon be able to.
For isn’t Sharia law gradually being introduced in the Western world, often with government connivance? For example, is this true?
Sharia law in UK is now in penetration phase 4. Muslim imams in the UK now outnumber UK’s Christian pastors, and converting empty church buildings into mosques has become a cottage industry.
In 2008, UK’s government formally recognized the first Sharia Law court, and the Archbishop of Canterbury – the head of Church of England – conceded that adopting elements of the Sharia law into UK’s court system was “unavoidable.”
Since then, over 100 Sharia law courts have been established across the UK. Although they technically lie within the UK’s Tribunal Court system, these Sharia courts have been issuing rulings that contradict Britain’s common law, as well as European Union laws.
In 2011, Britain’s Muslims began demanding that Sharia replace British common law and become the only law in towns with large Muslim populations, including Birmingham, Bradford, Derby, Dewsbury, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, Luton, Manchester, Sheffield, Waltham Forest and Tower Hamlets, an East London Muslim enclave whose streets are already plastered with posters declaring, “You are entering a Sharia controlled zone: Islamic rules enforced” (below) and where Muslim imams now issue death threats to women who refuse to wear the Muslim veil.
In July 2013, Wahhabism was identified by the European Parliament in Strasbourg as the main source of global terrorism.
Wahhabism has become increasingly influential, partly because of Saudi money and partly because of Saudi Arabia’s central influence as protector of Mecca.
The Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia, condemned Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil), insisting “the ideas of extremism, radicalism and terrorism do not belong to Islam in any way”.
Somewhat paradoxically, however, members of the Saudi ruling class have applauded Wahhabism it for its Salafi piety – i.e. its adherence to the original practices of Islam – and the movement’s vehement opposition to the Shia branch of Islam.
What if Saudi money is being given to the WHO and other organisations to fund anti-smoking and anti-alcohol campaigns throughout the world? We know that billionaires like Bill Gates and Michael Bloomberg give money to such organisations. Why not the Saudis as well?
I’m simply asking these questions, not providing the answers.
But is it really likely that the global juggernaut of Tobacco Control operating out of the WHO is completely separate from the Islamic State that shares the same goals, and which has declared itself a global caliphate? For in a sense, the WHO already is effectively a global caliphate to whom more or less every country in the world is subservient. For a ‘global caliphate’ is really just another name for a single one-world government of the kind currently being pursued by globalists. What if ISIS’ global caliphate already exists, but is better known to the rest of us as the UN, or the WHO, or Tobacco Control?