Muslims Demanding Change… Again


Once again, Muslims are calling for everything in the world to change to suit their ideological desires. The current move is to replace Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) with Mecca Time.

One geologist argued that unlike other longitudes, Mecca’s was in perfect alignment to magnetic north.

This of course, requires us to ignore the fact that magnetic north is constantly changing. But boy, will it be fun watching them move Mecca every couple of years! I wonder if they’ll use something like this? If so, it’s a good thing they’re constantly breeding with goats, because they’ll need an awful lot of them. I digress, however, and back to the article.

He said the English had imposed GMT on the rest of the world by force when Britain was a big colonial power, and it was about time that changed.

I’m thinking, if that’s the criteria for deciding what time standard to use, and it has to do with power, shouldn’t we be using a time standard from the USA? I mean, the same types of people pushing this Mecca-time thing are constantly telling us that the USA has too much power and is always taking advantage and pushing the boundaries, so let’s have fun with it!

I demand my USA time immediately. I expect nothing less from the Big Bad USA. I demand my full oppression! Stop giving me freedom and oppress me! I can’t rely on Australia to do it now we’ve gotten rid of that evil HoWARd.

6 Responses to “Muslims Demanding Change… Again”

  1. tizona Says:

    Does this mean that Muslims, move into the 10th Century?

    That wasn’t fair of me. How about the 12th Century?

  2. Angus Dei Says:

    Daniel 7:25 “He will speak against the Most High and oppress his saints and try to change the set times and the laws.” NIV

  3. Dminor Says:

    I seem to remember this being discussed on Tim Blair’s. Along with Mecca being a place that heals you just by walking through it. I can’t quite remember the “reason” for this phenomenon, but it wasn’t Divine power as such; something to do with the Earth’s magnetic field, I think.

    As for the GMT debate, I also recall one of their “academics”, via MEMRI, explaining that time moves slower in other parts of the world and that this gives the Meccans a natural business advantage.

    And hey, while we’re at it, anyone remember the one discussing Mecca’s cosmic link with Mars?

    Haven’t visited MEMRI for a while. It leaves me with that disturbed feeling you get when witnessing mind-boggling levels of irrationality. These things are discussed on their talk shows! And you thought Sunrise was bad…

  4. Ross Says:

    Psuedo science is a big thing in the Muslim world because genuine scientists, who don’t draw their knowledge exclusively from the Koran, tend to get persecuted. The Pakistani scientist Abdus Salam, who was the only Muslim winner of a scientific Nobel prize was officially declared a heretic by his government and barred from setting foot in any University in that country.

  5. colonelmilquetoast Says:

    Besides the complete absurdity of changing an established international standard…

    The name of the conference was “Mecca, the Centre of the Earth, Theory and Practice.” I wonder how many conference attendees are aware of the mostly spherical qualities of the earth? I guess moving the equator would be the next step.

  6. J.M. Heinrichs Says:

    1. http://home.swipnet.se/islam/quran-bible.htm

    2. http://www.scienceinquran.com/

    3. http://islam.speed-light.info/relativity_quran.htm

    The Quran, all you really need.

    Enjoy
    JMH


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