From The Gathering Storm Blog

Yesterday I wrote a post about Syrian-born British Islamist Sheikh Omar Bakri who educated us infidels on the two types of terrorism. Well it seems the EU has entered the fray to teach us poor misguided Kafirs who should be called terrorists.

The EU, mired in their continued semantic contortions of trying to label a dangerous threat to their Union without offending those posing the threat, have taken a page out of the Democrat controlled House Armed Services Committee that decreed the war on terror is now the ‘The-War-That-Must-Not-Be-Named’.

“The European Union has drawn up guidelines advising government spokesmen to refrain from linking Islam and terrorism in their statements. Brussels officials have confirmed the existence of a classified handbook which offers ‘non-offensive’ phrases to use when announcing anti-terrorist operations or dealing with terrorist attacks. Banned terms are said to include ‘Jihad’, ‘Islamic’ or ‘fundamentalist’.”

And what’s the new PC correct phrase the EU is to use denying the threat of Islam-Fascism? The words ‘Islamic Terrorist’ would apparently be replaced with ‘Terrorists-who-abusively-invoke-Islam’. What the hell’s next? Calling terrorists ‘The-terrorist-formally-known-as-Prince’?

Last year, [the Brussels Journal website] reported about the EU’s attempts to control language and introducing a ‘B vocabulary.’ As Orwell wrote: “The B vocabulary consist[s] of words which [have] been deliberately constructed for political purposes: words, that is to say, which not only [have] in every case a political implication, but [are] intended to impose a desirable mental attitude upon the person using them.”

It’s now Eurospeak and the Europeans are getting quite proficient at it much to their ultimate demise.

“Conservative MEP Syed Kamall hit out at the lexicon. ‘It is this kind of political correctness and secrecy that creates resentment among both the mainstream in Europe and in Islam,’ he said. Meanwhile, UK Independence Party MEP Gerard Batten claimed that the EU was in denial over the true roots of terrorism. ‘This type of newspeak shows that the EU refuses to face reality,’ he said. ‘The major world terrorist threat is one posed by ideology and that ideology is inspired by fundamentalist jihadi Islam’.”

The Lexicon is being kept secret from journalists. It appears the EU not only wants to restrict freedom of speech but to restrict information on the restrictions it imposes.

Restrictions upon restrictions upon restrictions. Keep thinking down to a minimum. Don’t think. Don’t question. Hide your head in the sand. Bow to another culture until yours no longer exists and until this old saying will finally apply to Europe.

They couldn’t think their way out of a paper bag.

What is particularly concerning is the way that the British authorities have responded to the story.

What, pray do they mean by this: “Details on the contents of the lexicon remain secret, but British officials stressed that it is there as a helpful aid ‘providing context’ for civil servants making speeches or giving press conferences. ‘We are fully signed up to this, but it is not binding,’ said one.”

With logic like that, is it any wonder such a lexicon is obediently accepted?

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