Sunday, February 17, 2008

Robert Lambert, DhimmiApologist and Terrorism 'Expert" Paid By Australia; Recommends Radical Imams Hired As 'Advisors' On Stopping Radicalisation

Tonight I saw this article ("Australian security agencies recruit foxes to guard henhouse", JihadWatch) on this guy Robert Lambert, a former Scotland Yard 'expert' on Muslim community relations. Basically he is telling Australia to hire radical imams to help 'understand Islam' and 'direct the yutes.' So who is Robert Lambert? It took some Google searching, but I did find a posting from the IHRC, the Isamic Human Rights Commission. The IHRC is based in England, and Clown Yvonne Ridley is of course a member. You remember Yvonne, the loser journalist who was captured, and converted and now is a media pig eager to trash the West and her home country England, those vile infidels! Anyway, they had a meeting, the nutty jews were there, UberDhimmi George Galloway, and a bunch of other cultural jihadists. Of course, Dhimmi Lambert was there accepting an award. The summary of the meeting relates the award section and comments from Lambert.

IHRC Convention 2007

At the end of his talk, Raza did recognize one particular individual in the police force who he described as "fighting for justice" within the police to try and not demonize the Muslim community:

In all of that - insincerity, lies, deception, there was one guy that I met, i was speaking about him after wards I said he seems like a nice guy but he's a copper.. over a number of years, some of the cases we have fought for, we would not have been able to get the help to the Muslim community without the crucial support of that particular individual and the team he was in effect leading, and sometimes I asked the question are you part of the good cop bad cop routine where you are the good guy and we get beaten up by the other people, the Muslim community that is gets beaten up by the other people. And over the years one thing I felt very strongly, within the Islamic Human Rights Commission we felt, the sincerity with which the cause for justice has been fought for within the police to try and not demonize the Muslim community by the papers that individual has written, by the comments that individual has written has in effect made us think on the fact that he is no longer going to be with the police any longer.. [IHRC] needs to acknowledge and say a gesture of thanks for the work that he has done in order to help the IHRC to help the Muslim community.. I would like to invite Detective Inspector Robert Lambert to the stage to receive a gesture of out thanks for the help he has given..

During the IHRC's dealing with the Metropolitan Police, in all the lies, insincerity and deception there was one person the IHRC encountered who genuinely "fought the cause of justice within the police force to try and not demonize the Muslim community" - that was Detective Inspector Robert Lambert. Detective Inspector Robert Lambert is the head of the Muslim Contact Unit at New Scotland Yard. On his retirement from the police force the Islamic Human Rights Commission invited him to join them in the struggle for justice.

I've been to many Islamic Human Rights Commission functions - Islamophobia Awards - often the Metropolitan Police has been in strong contention and indeed I remember one year telling the head of our diversity department at New Scotland Yard, I said we've won an award at the Islamophobia Awards. He said "Good, Bob, things are looking up!" I said "No, its [] not that kind of award.."

END of IHRC paste.

Isn't it dismaying to observe that Australia's intelligence institutes are as clueless about Islam and who to believe as the US' and Western Europe's.


KG said...

Lambert is nothing more than a professional dhimmi, who sees it as a nice little earner.
And the Aussie government fell for it.


This is my response to Robert Lambert's article.


I found this extremely biased article, on the recent English riots, laughable. How someone, in this case a founder and head of the Police's Muslim Contact Unit, can make so much of the fact that Muslims, on two occasions, protected their own communities, I don't know. Now, if Muslims had protected all types of community, or a non-Muslim community, that would have been something to shout about. But the Muslims featured in this article didn't do that.

Of course Muslims protected their own communities during the riots. That's all Muslims seem to do when it comes to Islamic charities, Islam/Muslim-related volunteer work and even Muslim political groups. And the more Muslims protect their communities, the stronger they feel and the deeper their faith becomes. Conflict, of any type, enriches Islam and nourishes Muslims. Islam itself thrives on conflicts, which Muslims often classify as 'self-defence'. (In this article, too, Muslim victimhood is stressed as well as their defensive posture.)

The whole point of this article is to give one in the eye to all 'Islamophobic commentators'. That is, to anyone who dares to criticise Islam in anyway or to anyone who condemns Muslim behaviour. Again, how Lambert can make a case for general Islamophilia from such meagre evidence I don't know.

Robert Lamber, an academic and well-known hyperactive Islamophile, even quotes a Muslim student who says:

'When accused of terrorism we are Muslims. When killed by looters we become Asian.'

Well, for a start, when a Muslim kills someone FOR Islam or in the name of Islamic jihad, I bloody well hope that such people are classed as 'Muslims'. That's what they are! What descriptions would this Muslim student prefer?
Well, the second part of his statement explains that. The student says that 'looters' are classed as 'Asian' whereas terrorists are classed as 'Muslim'. But that's because most acts of terrorism are carried out by Muslims and it is in-woven in Islam itself. I also wish that Muslim pimpers, groomers, sex-gangs, drug-gangs were classified as 'Muslim', instead of 'Asian'. That would be a far more accurate description of the state of play today.

Two places of looting and rioting are featured in this article: Birmingham and Tower Hamlets. In the Tower Hamlets case, the Islamophiliac academic Robert Lambert sees it as a good opportunity to sell us the benign nature of various extreme Islamist groups.

Firstly he tells us that 'volunteers' in the Tower Hamlets wore 'green fluorescent security vests marked “East London Mosque”'. He also tells us that members of the Islam Forum Europe did their best to defend their fellow Muslims. Finally, Lutfur Rahman, the Ayatollah of Tower Hamlets council, is praised for preventing looting (in some way).

Lambert, the unbiased reporter of this news piece, praised the East London Mosque and Islam Forum Europe again by mentioning their 'street skills in action in 2005'. He says that these Islamists 'dispatched Al Mujajiroun. But this had nothing to do with moderate Muslims dealing with extremist Muslims. Far from it. It was an instance of Muslim Brotherhood-type Islamists, who believe in using Western democracy in order to destroy Western democracy, dealing with militant Salafists/Wahhabites, who don't believe in polluting oneself with 'kuffar institutions' or kuffar democracy. Apart from those differences, there is very little difference between IFE and militants like Al Muhajiroun. That is, there are no differences which would matter or be relevant to non-Muslims on the outside.

Finally, I don't want to be a party

By R. Sniff Peters





Finally, I don't want to be a party-popper, but there was something about the killing of the 'three typically brave Muslims who were killed while defending their neighbourhood' the other week which doesn't seem to have been mentioned in most media reports. It is certainly not mentioned in this unashamed example of extreme Islamophilia.

There are stories going around Birmingham, and elsewhere, that the reason these three Muslims were killed was because the killers had formerly been attacked by Muslims - with rocks and much else. Thus the driver returned, seeking revenge, and ran over the three Muslims. Whether or not the driver recognised them, as their former attackers, I don't know.

By R. Sniff Peters