Was This ‘Act of Bigotry’ Legit Or Just A Hoax?

Written by Andrew Linn on April 9, 2018

Last month, someone in Britain had designated April 3 to be “Punish a Muslim Day”, by distributing a flyer with a system of points for carrying out certain actions against Muslims, which are as follows:
Verbally abuse a Muslim: 10 points
Pull the hijab (headscarf) off a Muslim woman: 25 points
Throw acid into the face of a Muslim: 50 points
Beat up a Muslim: 100 points
Torture a Muslim using electrocution, skinning, use of a rack: 250 points
Butcher a Muslim using gun, knife, vehicle, or otherwise: 500 points
Burn or bomb a mosque: 1000 points
Nuke Mecca: 2500 points

The flyer also states that for further inquiries to contact the HM Courts & Tribunal Service (located in London). It is unclear as to why this entity was listed as a source of information.

In addition, the flyer states that rewards will be given to anyone who carries out such actions. However, it does not say what the reward is (e.g. money).

April 3 has come and gone, and no one chose to punish a Muslim on that day (nor did any government decide to launch a nuclear strike on Mecca). In fact, due to the politically correct atmosphere throughout the West, April 3 was designated as a day to “Hug a Muslim”, “Love a Muslim”, or “Support a Muslim”. In addition, the authorities were put on alert should anyone take up the call to punish a Muslim.

It is unknown who distributed this flyer, let alone what their motive was. Could it have been someone prejudiced towards Muslims? Was it the act of someone enjoying a practical joke? Or could it be a Muslim carrying out a hoax in order to gain more sympathy for Muslims worldwide amidst the politically correct, which in turn would result in more hate crimes legislation (i.e., crack down on criticism of Islam) and more accommodations for Muslims in the West.

The hoax theory seems most likely. According to the blog of Mateen Elass, there are several reasons as to why this appears to be the case, which are follows:
• The flyer has statements such as “butcher a Muslim using gun, knife, vehicle or otherwise”, which suggests whoever came up with the flyer does not speak English very well — perhaps someone who immigrated to Britain.
• The flyer was sent to Muslims only, and not anyone else.

Hopefully the individual who distributed this flyer will be exposed. But regardless of who this individual was, or what their motive was, one thing is clear, and that is Muslims are overrunning Europe. If nothing is done about the situation, then they will succeed where jihadists from past centuries have failed, and that is the conquest of Europe.

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Andrew Linn
Andrew Linn is a member of the Owensboro Tea Party and a former Field Representative for the Media Research Center. An ex-Democrat, he became a Republican one week after the 2008 Presidential Election. He has an M.A. in history from the University of Louisville, where he became a member of the Phi Alpha Theta historical honors society. He has also contributed to examiner.com and Right Impulse Media.