Arsi Warsi


The good Baroness Warsi is an Islamist…..she consorts with radicals and every word, every action, is directed towards increasing the influence and presence of Islam in Britain.

Here she is [H/T Is the BBC biased?] complaining about Douglas Murray’s appearance on the BBC…


Amusingly her own Tweet could apply equally,  or just [as DM clearly isn’t racist or an extremist] to her.  Odd that.

As for ‘group accountability’…well as the ‘group’ all read and follow the teachings of one book and that book is a toxic, extremist manifesto encouraging hate and war, then if they do not denounce its teachings how can they not be also somewhat responsible for events that happen when people use that book to give divine licence to their murderous ways?  As Churchill might say… a book ” of faith and war: turgid, verbose, shapeless, but pregnant with its message.”

Here’s what ‘One Law For All’ think of Warsi.……not a lot actually…..

Sayeeda Warsi’s Blinkered View of Islamism

The Enemy Within: A Tale of Muslim Britain by Sayeeda Warsi – review
A blinkered view of Islamism, says Maryam Namazie

Sayeeda Warsi’s new book catalogues some of the hypocrisy and double standards of the British Government, the rise of the far-Right and bigotry against Muslims, yet has a glaring blind spot when it comes to Islamism. According to Warsi, Islamist terrorism is the result of everything but Islamist ideology.

Since most of those killed by Islamists are “Muslims” in the Middle East, South Asia and North Africa, her argument that terrorism is the result of Islamophobia, racism, foreign policy and social exclusion is unconvincing. Also, she fails to see that many aggrieved people end up involved in progressive political and civil rights work rather than inciting violence or murdering women, men and children in schools and marketplaces.

Without any apparent understanding of the context and rise of the contemporary transnational Islamist movement, including Iran’s key role in it, Warsi says “simmering resentment” began when the British Government apparently failed to prosecute Salman Rushdie for blasphemy. “Muslims,” she says, “wanted British laws to protect Islam,” and when it didn’t happen, the Iranians were more than happy to step in with what she characterises as “concern and moral support”. According to her, Ayatollah Khomeini’s fatwa put Iran in “pole position, ready and willing to come out leading the collective Muslim sentiment”.

Like any good apologist who is more concerned with blasphemy than murder, and who homogenises “Muslim sentiment” to coincide with her own, Warsi doesn’t seem bothered that the act of “concern” was a fatwa against a British citizen, nor that it took place during the bloody Eighties, when thousands of Iranians were executed by the regime. Warsi also seems to conveniently overlook the fact that blasphemy laws continue to persecute freethinkers such as Ayaz Nizami in Pakistan and Sina Dehghan in Iran.

Her apologia for Islamism is shocking. She says, for example, that “Islamist ideology has created a new generation of Muslim democrats” such as the AKP in Turkey (though President Erdogan has arrested tens of thousands, limited freedoms and rights of citizens, and is murdering Kurds).

She approvingly quotes a former US assistant secretary of state saying “’Islamists’ are Muslims with political goals”, which is like saying Pegida are Christians with political goals. She compares the “young men who first went out to help as the Syrian civil war started” with the International Brigades of the Spanish Civil War, which is like comparing fascists with anti-fascists.

She says prominent Islamists such as Jamaat-e-Islami and the Muslim Brotherhood are “democratically engaged both in the UK and overseas” (though in 1971 in Bangladesh, some members of Jamaat-e-Islami were implicated in organising lynchings against people demanding independence, and senior UK-based Muslim Brotherhood leader Kamal Helbawy has praised Osama Bin Laden).

Every Islamist agenda Warsi writes about, such as gender segregation, the veil or Sharia courts, is sanitised and trivialised, while almost every organisation or personality is either misunderstood, misrepresented or merely branded “controversial”.

Zakir Naik, for example, who promotes the death penalty for apostates and ex-Muslims is, according to Warsi, “considered sectarian by some, an intellectual by others, an inciter of hatred by some and an enlightened orator by others”.

Having bought into the Islamist narrative, she falsely conflates criticism of Islam and Islamism with bigotry against Muslims and uses “Islamophobia” to scaremonger people into silence. And while she is critical of identity politics and the homogenisation of “Muslims”, she — wittingly or unwittingly — promotes both.

Warsi’s solution to the situation we are faced with today is more of the same: more religion in the public space and stronger “religious identities”, though it is clearly less religion that we need, not more. And while she considers secularisation a threat, it is in fact the separation of religion from the state, universal values and citizenship rights that will provide minimum guarantees against the intolerance and violence of religion in politics and power.

Maryam Namazie is an Iranian-born co-spokesperson of the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain and One Law for All.




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17 Responses to Arsi Warsi

  1. Fedup says:

    If I recall I think she was a token Muslim woman in the Conservative Government under Cameron who wanted to tick a few boxes .
    Forgive me if this is racist/sexist/religionist/. I ain’t a muz and my religion involves the old and New Testament. I tried the enemy book once but it seemed a bit pre occupied with spanking the monkey so I gave up ( i gave up spanking the primate too !)


  2. EnglandExpects says:

    Warsi was promoted beyond her abilities by Cameron to tick the boxes of political correctness. Cameron also did this with a number of women in his Government but the longer term effects are not as pernicious as with the elevation of Warsi. This woman’s views are being given a long term platform they would otherwise not have. She is a not- very-intelligent apologist for the creeping Muslim take- over of Britain and for the culture of violence, victimisation and intolerance that goes with Islam.


    • Charlie Martel says:

      England Expects – “She is a not- very-intelligent apologist for the creeping Muslim take- over of Britain and for the culture of violence, victimisation and intolerance that goes with Islam.”

      Creeping? More like galloping.


  3. wronged says:

    Cameron was also promoted beyond his ability.


  4. Guest Who says:

    Just got reminded by Facebook of a tragic event a year ago.

    Maybe the ArsBaron could mount an expedition to save them?


  5. NCBBC says:

    Invasion and a parable; the wolves run wild in the once protected pastures, because the shepherds have been poisoned, waylaid, pilloried, infiltrated and now nigh killed off.All thanks in large part to our very own Frankfurt school deconstructionists, we have been undone from within, and Western Christianity has been replaced by something ever so more malevolent, it’s an ersatz Christianity ie Marxism which preaches tolerance but is anything but. Devilry indeed, and when malignant devils like Soros and with his lifetime spent in aiding and deliberately spiking, destroying the Occident, what better ‘friend and allies’ than obliterating the nation state through mass immigration and a tribe of peoples indoctrinated, encouraged, funded by a Wahhabist dogma of filth out of the Arabian peninsula? Belief in a doubly poisonous miasma of lies, Marxism and Wahhabism put with, open door borders and mass immigration, we have entered the maelstrom delivered from a very black Hell, and here think on Antioch and Constantinople – and they haven’t altered on iota. It is a clusterfuck of such proportions, and it is so far gone and I don’t see a way out of this shit storm. No exit because, the enablers are our own government – the Westminster arseholes, and with social services, quangos and charities all dedicated to blitzing, our destruction – believe it. Plus, the final irony which will not be lost on the Medina Mullahs and NYC billionaires club – pissing themselves with laughter – through petro dollars or via UK taxes, we build and pay towards our own funeral pyre.A perfect shitstorm.


    • Lucy Pevensey says:


      Wow. Unfortunately it’s a realistic summary of our dilemma.


  6. Pounce says:


    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      Well done that man, but sadly typical of the behaviour of the human scum our government allows into the country.


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  8. Pounce says:

    Its Ramadan, a time when I am dictated to by the likes of the CS at the bBC that Islam is a religion of peace and that during this so called Islamic holy month’ Muslims can only think good thoughts. Funny how the hard evidence states otherwise:
    Ramadan Death Count: Afghanistan, 31/05/17


  9. Charlie Martel says:

    Far-sighted commentators, i.e NOT the beebistan, have long been warning of the various stages of islamization and ultimately muslim conquest, see links below. Ghastly Warsi reminds us how far we are down that road, when she tries to silence the likes of Douglas Murray, one of the few voices of sanity on islam. Naturally she uses the islamophobia / racism card, yawn, spare me.
    The Muslim Council of Britain did the same of course, in a letter of complaint about the programme. Expect less of the heroic Murray in future, as the cowardly beebistan caves in to accusations of islamophobia.
    They are at the stage where they begin to assert their power in all sorts of sinister ways, while of course playing the victimised minority at the same time.


  10. Blackwell says:

    You argue that the BBC is biased in favour of Muslims, and your post concerns Warsi’s reaction (Non-BBC) to Douglas Murray’s comments………..which were made on the BBC. Of which you have no comment?

    Of course the BBC would NEVER, Ever broadcast Murray’s comments would they?…….oh wait!

    That would be another epic fail AL!


  11. NCBBC says:



    What a disgusting organisation the BBC is . It spits on the founding faith of Western civilisation.

    If we dont draw together and stand for our civilisation, we will lose it. What we will get is Islam in place.