Islam is the religion of peace, or so the mantra goes, but is it? If it is only a minority of Muslims who are guilty of Islamic terrorism, does that mean that the majority are innocent? If it is a fact that only a minority of Muslims are guilty, does that mean as is often suggested, that Islamic terrorism is a minor or insignificant problem? These questions are recognised and fully understood by the people in the street, but are ignored by the establishment elite, and by most of the Media, and I would say deliberately so.

It is almost inconceivable that anyone in their right mind can imagine that Islam is a religion of peace. The evidence to the contrary is all around us, every minute of the day and on every Continent on Earth. Everywhere that Islam spreads its slimy nihilistic tentacles, becomes an unlicensed abattoir, an unimaginable slaughterhouse.

Beheadings, children used as living bombs, women stoned to death, female genital mutilation for the gratification of half men, the execution or enslavement of young girls who dare to seek education in defiance of Allah’s dictum that they are Untermenschen, the reduction of young boys education to the level of brainwashed head bobbing Qur’an learning, the kidnapping of young children to use them as gun or bomb fodder, the grooming and raping of both under aged girls and boys. And so the list of crimes against humanity goes on, and on, and on, ad infinitum.

We mustn’t however be unfair. After all “it’s only a minority” who commit the above atrocities. Isn’t it? Oh what a busy and hyper productive little minority, all beavering away as if our deaths depended on it.

There are in excess of 1.5 billion Muslims in the world. In an Internet conversation with a deeply offended (Well! It’s par for the course) Muslim woman some time ago I was duly informed with some vigour that only 1% of Muslims were terrorists. I think that she was more than a little surprised when I suggested that 1% was possibly a little high. So let’s look at the figures.

Being generous we’ll assume that the 1.5 billion figure for Muslims are calculated on the US system where 1.5 billion is equal to 1,500,000,000 considerably less than the UK billion. So 1% of 1,500,000,000 is 15,000,000. God! I do hope that woman is wrong! In the interest of fairness (take note all you Liberals) let’s assume that she was wrong and we’ll half that figure. That’s 7,500,000. Oh dear! OK we’ll half it again and we get 3,750,000, and again 1,875.000, and yet again 937,500 Oh dear! Oh dear! Oh dear! I can’t of course guarantee that this is the accurate number of terrorists out there, but I have cut the percentage figures drastically and still we are looking at just under 1 million Cro Magnon head banging rejects tramping around the Planet thirsting for blood.

The message for those idiots who use a minority status as an excuse for murder and mayhem, is that a very small minority of a very large number is still a helluva lot. So the ” It’s only a small minority” argument doesn’t hold up to scrutiny.

Since we seem to have established that in percentage terms the Muslim head bangers are a tiny minority, that means that the peace loving, moderate, cuddly, butter wouldn’t melt in their mouths Muslims, are in effect composed of practically all of the Worlds 1.5 billion Muslims. So tell me! How is it possible that 1.5 billion people cannot control a tiny minority of deluded maniacs? I suspect that part of it is due to the fact that while the tiny minority is polluting the World with chants of “Allahu Akbar”, the 1.5 billion moderates are chorusing ” Inshallah” in macabre counterpoint.

1.5 billion people cannot rationally or reasonably claim victimhood, as they do. 1.5 billion people cannot just brush aside the criminally insane elements of their very own culture and population as if it had nothing to do with them. Islamic atrocities are undeniably the responsibility of the religion and people who spawned them. As long as Islam does nothing they are culpable and guilty, no matter how moderate they claim to be.

Am I Islamophobic? Your damned right I am, but there is nothing irrational about it, and like my late wife was, I am not afraid for myself, but for my children and grandchildren.