They've got a good track record you know
Why you call them nasty names and make them out to be the issue, not the thing they have been pointing at. It worked in Primary School and it works with grown-ups - actually, these days it works a lot better with "grown-ups"!
So runs the "Islamophobia" narrative. If you see a problem in Islam then YOU are the one with the problem bigot! But maybe if some Muslims weren't so busy running trucks over our families and blowing up our young girls coming out of concerts - while always shouting as loudly as they can that they are doing it for the sake of Islam - then maybe we wouldn't would have much of a problem with Islam at all. If there weren't huge numbers of Dutch and British Muslim men grooming and gang raping possibly hundreds of thousands of non-Muslim girls maybe we might be a lot more accepting of Islam. If there weren't a steadily increasing number of no-go zones sprouting up all over Europe maybe we'd happily keep treating all Muslims as if they are just like everybody else.
But things are not that way.
Seems pretty obvious to me that there is a problem here. Calling me childish names in the hope of shaming me just ain't gonna un-rape those girls my Muslim advocate friends. But I know you can't afford to let the spotlight go to where the real problem is. That would spoil everything wouldn't it?
So here is a genuine sign of hope: Robert Spencer's latest 5 minute video on when the mask of a Sharia apologist slipped and he admitted that people are concerned about Islam because of the horrible actions of those who follow Islam.
Jihad Watch director Robert Spencer discusses recent remarks by Muslim spokesman Corey Saylor, in which Saylor revealed that he knows that some people have negative views of Islam not because of "Islamophobic propaganda," but because of the activities of jihad terror groups.