Jihadi Berserkers on the rampage again, This time in Chennai

published on September 15, 2012

So another tsunami of rabid, savage, slavering Islam has started all over the world, and in Chennai nee Madras the Cops did an excellent job of saving the American  Consulate, by the simple strategy of messing the peak hour traffic in and around the US Consulate, and the berserkers and their burqe-wali-munias had to be content with burning the US flags they brought with them, and baring their teeth for the Media. Looks like they very fore-thoughtedly “took out” the video surveillance cameras located at strategic places, and some of the new pill-boxes put up for police to shelter against sun and rain, but the State Purse is big enough to bear it.

What irks us is the pusillanimity linked with the hypocrisy and DOUBLE standards of the Press which screeches in BOLD Banner HEADLINES “ANTI-ISLAM Film . . . .” never said “ANTI HINDU Painting” when reporting most objectively and secularly about Mussulman Hussain’s pornographic paintings.

And if that was Freedom of (F)Art, Expression and Minority Rights, and not at all Anti-Hindu, then in what way is the Painfully Truthful but very subdued portrayal of the vileness in general in the Bacillus film, or the even more subdued portrayal of the  by Jyllands Posten, or the Theodoor van Gogh film on treatment of women in Rehamatic Islam is “Anti Islam” for Indian Editors?

The Mercenary Media of this Hindu Country should at least speak the Truth on this sudden, orchestrated Muslim Violence – it is not about the film, not about the Virtue, Goodness and Peace-lovingness of the Islam. It is just another chapter in the Global War between Christianity as represented by Uncle Sam and his Armament Corporations and Islam as represented by the motley mob of Medieval Mohammedan Tyrants, Despots, Sheikhs, Nawabs and “Generals – most of them set up and maintained by Uncle Sam Obama-Clinton-Bush and their baaps before them.

K Vijayan

 Anti-Islam film: US consulate attacked in Chennai
http://newindianexpress.com/cities/chennai/article607005.ece

Angry protests over the controversial anti-Islamic US film Innocence of Muslims spread to the city on Friday as members of a Muslim outfit resorted to vandalism at the office of the Consulate General of the United States here.

Volunteers of the Tamil Nadu Muslim Munnetra Kazhagam (TMMK) staged protests before indulging in stone pelting and damaging a CCTV surveillance camera at the consulate. The agitators also burnt the national flag of the US, smashed light domes and pulled down visitors’ information boards. By 4 pm, hundreds of TMMK men gathered on the Peters Road-Anna Salai junction without police permission. When the agitation was underway, about 150 members from the Kancheepuram District unit barged into the protest venue in five vehicles.

After participating in the agitation briefly, the group ran towards the consulate pushing down the barricades at three points from the junction. The agitators then broke the CCTV camera installed at the visa-interview entry point of the consulate on the Anna Salai side.

Stones were pelted at the security posts of the consulate damaging glass-framed wall paintings. The protestors also broke light domes and bulletin boards. US flags were set ablaze in front of the visa-interview entrance and staff entry gates. The irate protestors went on a rampage as the police’s Quick Response Team and Swift Action Guards were outnumbered.

City Police Commissioner J K Tripathy, Joint Commissioner of Police S N Seshasai and other officials held talks with the protestors and persuaded them to give up their agitation. Soon, around 400 TMMK members courted arrest and were taken to the New College campus before being released later.

As many as 346 members of the India Thowheed Jamath, who attempted to take out a rally to ‘besiege’ the US consulate, were taken into custody. Since the Intelligence Bureau had alerted all consulates, a majority of the consulate employees had left the facility when the incident took place. “All staff are safe and accounted for,” a US consulate spokesperson said.

Protests were also witnessed in other parts of the State. A large number of activists of the TMMK, Popular Front of India, Nilgiris unit, and Thowheed Jamath staged a demonstration at Udhagamandalam on Friday condemning the US-made controversial film.

TMMK cadre burnt the US flag near the Erode Head Post Office on Friday. They raised slogans against the US for allowing the controversial anti-Islamic film.

Tension prevailed at Tiruchy as the Tamil Nadu Thowheed Jamaath and TMMK staged a protest separately and burnt a US flag on Friday.

In Tirunelveli, about 20 members of Manitha Neya Makkal Katchi were arrested at nearby Melapalayam for burning the US flag.

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