Just last month, 'Harry's Place' ran an article on Noor Ramjanally, a Muslim who claimed that he had been abducted, taken to Epping Forest and threatened by people who wanted to stop a Muslim prayer group in Loughton. They were forthright in their condemnation of this latest dastardly attempt by the BNP (because, of course, it was immediately assumed that it was they) to place fear in the heart of the Muslim populace.
A few people (including yours truly) pointed out that his story seemed to hold as much water as a colander. For that, we were excoriated as 'racists' and 'BNP sympathisers', because, obviously, pointing out that a story doesn't pass the smell test is just the clearest indicator of fascist sympathies, isn't it? I mean, it stands to reason. Doesn't it?
When Inayat Bunglawala fell on it like a jackal on 'CiF' and used it as a springboard to demand the setting up of a government panel to examine 'Islamaphobia', you'd think a few people might have had a bit of a change of heart. Because if Inayat is on one side, the smart money is laid down on the other...
Well, it now turns out we dissenting few may well have been right to be suspicious
So, lefties? How would you like this cooked:
Pie, or casserole?