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Poll – How threatened do you feel by the ideology of Islam?

December 13, 2013

I put this poll together to find out just how many and which type of people feel threatened by Islam. There is plenty of anecdotal evidence out there of Islamic individuals and organisations using coercive tactics against non-Muslims who speak out, and of people not speaking out because they fear to speak out. This survey is to try to get a picture of just how deeply felt and how widespread is this fear of the Islamic ideology and if it is affecting people’s willingness to speak against it. It is also to try to get a grip on the sort of threats being made to people and also who is fearful. It is only a basic survey but one that could give a flavour of what people think and feel about this issue.

You don’t have to answer any question you feel uncomfortable with, all questions on the survey are voluntary.

Please complete this survey and say what you think about Islam and not what David Cameron and the BBC say we should think.

The Fahrenheit211 2013 Islamic threat survey

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The Fahrenheit211 2013 Islamic threat survey

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14 Comments
  1. Furor Teutonicus permalink

    Can not open it from here.

    “Pick language2… “Start.” And get thrown back to your home page.

    • Fahrenheit211 permalink

      That’s odd. Try picking United Kingdom.

      • Furor Teutonicus permalink

        Did. Same problem.

      • Fahrenheit211 permalink

        OK I’ll look into it, some people are having problems but others are not. Sometimes I wish software was something I could repair by ‘precussive maintainance’

      • Furor Teutonicus permalink

        “Hit the bugger with an axe!” you mean?

        It would NOT be my first time.😀😀

      • Fahrenheit211 permalink

        Yep. I once had a Series Land Rover that had a stuck starter motor that often responded to a precise whack with the business end of an adjustable spanner.

      • Furor Teutonicus permalink

        Yup! Mine was a Triumph Bonny!

  2. Bunny permalink

    Personally I doubt whether the Islamics are the problem in the UK at the moment but their fellow travellers, the progressives, who want to turn us into happy operative units.

  3. Furor Teutonicus permalink

    Still having the problem.

    Nun ja.

    But, I will say I have no FEAR of the Kanaken, I am concerned about the effect on Volk-Kultur-und-Vaterland. Concern is NOT the same as fear.

    I am also concerned that, in a so called democracy, a mere 5 to 10% of the population can have so much political power.

  4. IAN permalink

    I cant do the poll either,clicked on and off uk but can not start it.

  5. There was one set of questions I think might give a slightly misleading answer. The question asked, from memory, whether I had spoken out against Islam e.g. amongst friends – which I have. It then asked about negative consequences from speaking out. I can’t say I have had any but, embarrassingly I suppose, I haven’t spoken out personally to anyone from whom I would expect a particularly negative response and I have been very conscious of how I expressed myself. There are acquaintances and neighbours with whom I would hesitate to raise the subject at all even on the most banal level.

    The point is that it’s a hornet’s nest and the very fact that with some people you feel you can’t be even mildly critical of Islam without risk is part of the problem. I would have no hesitation with being being critical of, for example, Christianity, while not wishing to personally insult anyone I know, but would not feel the same freedom with Islam.
    Anyway, if I had been braver in speaking out more widely and with fewer weasel words I am sure that I would have suffered negative consequences. I am sure that this is true for a large proportion of the population, especially for people where it could affect their work.
    Sorry if I misread the question.

    Also there is the question of hiding one’s identity in a muslim area. As an atheist guy who is straight I don’t have anything visible which I could reasonably hide but if there was an atheist guy indication I would probably hide it.
    I also certainly wouldn’t feel entirely at ease in a totally Muslim area and, if they are really honest, I doubt many non-Muslims would.

    • Furor Teutonicus permalink

      XX There are acquaintances and neighbours with whom I would hesitate to raise the subject at all even on the most banal level.XX

      NOW!

      Interesting point.

      What would be the consequences?

      YET(!) There are people that STILL ask “Why did the German people not stand up against Hitler?” Or the russians against Stalin? The North Koreans agianst the total tit with a wankers haircut?

      If you speak out, are you threatened with the concentration camp, along with your entire family and circle of friends and aquaintances?

      Are they going to hang you on piano wire?

      You have NOTHING like the problems that they had/have, yet you STILL do/say NOTHING!

      • Fahrenheit211 permalink

        It is indeed a deep and shameful cowardice that many people show in the face of Islam. It is a cowardice that the ordinary people are being led by our so called betters. Those who say ‘It can’t happen here’ have never been ‘there’ when ‘it’ happened.

    • Fahrenheit211 permalink

      Dear JS, thank you for your comment and my apologies for not answering it before

      There was one set of questions I think might give a slightly misleading answer. The question asked, from memory, whether I had spoken out against Islam e.g. amongst friends – which I have. It then asked about negative consequences from speaking out. I can’t say I have had any but, embarrassingly I suppose, I haven’t spoken out personally to anyone from whom I would expect a particularly negative response and I have been very conscious of how I expressed myself. There are acquaintances and neighbours with whom I would hesitate to raise the subject at all even on the most banal level.

      Thank you for that, I see your point.

      The point is that it’s a hornet’s nest and the very fact that with some people you feel you can’t be even mildly critical of Islam without risk is part of the problem.

      That is a big part of what the problem is. Many people in general feel that they cannot criticise this ideology without eliciting violence from the followers of Islam. They also feel that their rights to speak out about Islam and their right to be protected from violence from Muslims would not be upheld by the police or other agencies. This is not a good situation for a society to be in.

      I would have no hesitation with being being critical of, for example, Christianity, while not wishing to personally insult anyone I know, but would not feel the same freedom with Islam.

      This is another example of a double standard. What you’ve said recalls something I read recently about how artists are no longer cutting edge because they do not tackle the big themes of the day, mostly that they don’t tackle Islam. They are quite happy to give Christianity and Judaism a monstering, which is something I feel artist should be allowed to do, but they give Islam a wide berth. This, according to what I read has made art less socially relevant. We SHOULD feel that we have the same rights to satirise Islam just as we should have the right to satirise other religions, philosophies and political paths.

      Anyway, if I had been braver in speaking out more widely and with fewer weasel words I am sure that I would have suffered negative consequences. I am sure that this is true for a large proportion of the population, especially for people where it could affect their work.
      Sorry if I misread the question.

      You did not misread the question, don’t worry about that. I thank you for bringing your query here and making a thoughtful comment.

      Also there is the question of hiding one’s identity in a muslim area. As an atheist guy who is straight I don’t have anything visible which I could reasonably hide but if there was an atheist guy indication I would probably hide it.
      I also certainly wouldn’t feel entirely at ease in a totally Muslim area and, if they are really honest, I doubt many non-Muslims would.

      The reason I put that question is because I’m hearing anecdotal evidence that in Islamic areas members of non-Muslim religions are hiding Christian crucifixes or not wearing Jewish skullcaps etc and that people may be getting more cagey about sharing the fact that they are LGBT with people outside their circle if they live in such areas. I’m also trying to get a handle on how many people feel that Islam is impinging on their right to freely practice and express their own faith or if LGBT people are coming under pressure when living in Islamic areas.

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