The Muslamic Raygun megamix

You’ve seen the riot, now buy the record. Muslamic Rayguns, the YouTube sensation featuring a tired and emotional EDL supporter eloquently explaining his support for everyone’s  favorite anti-Islamic movement is going vinyl.

Or whatever the modern equivalent is.

Labour Uncut can exclusively reveal that a super-mega remix will soon be hitting our airwaves and clubs after music producer, Alex Ross, confirmed that he is in negotiation with Press TV to secure the rights to their now legendary interview.

For those who have missed this internet phenom, an unofficial and unnamed EDL spokesman, now elegantly dubbed, begins by explaining how he is, “going on a march because I want Britain to be back British”. At least, that’s what Uncut thinks he says. On first hearing it comes across as a plea for Britain to be “black British”, but given the source, that seems unlikely.

He then explains the perils of “interacial law, and the Muslamic infidel”, along with his belief that  “they’re trying to get their law over our country”. Having identified additional Muslamic plots to take over “other countries”, which in the emotion of the moment he struggles to name, our intrepid English lion then comes out with the revelation for which he has become rightly famous.

The Muslims have ray-guns*. Yes, ray-guns. Somewhere in the mountains of Torra Borra, Bin-Laden has conquered anti-matter.

So before the Muslamic Ray guns lay waste to western civilization, get out  there. Party. Cut a few shapes.

And get yourself  a copy of the EDL rap. Appropriate ignorance and hate. Such a quintessentially  English thing to do.

*Yes we realise what he’s actually saying

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4 Responses to “The Muslamic Raygun megamix”

  1. Dan says:

    A well-produced appropriation of hate, yes. But there should be some concerns here.

    First, ridicule works well as a campaign or counter-campaign tactic when it is aimed at an organisation’s leadership. Turn it on the grassroots, and more than likely it becomes a recruitment aid.

    Second, should there not be a little unease at the merciless attention that this one, inarticulate, provincial, (very) young working-class male has had? The zoo-like response to his confusion has been unbearably smug at times. Look at the thick kid with a funny accent that sounds like he’s saying ray guns and conflates the words Muslim with Islamic! How different he is to us, the tolerant and educated!

    This is in no way to defend anything – not anything – that the EDL says, thinks or does.

    But I wonder: if we’re going to go after them (and we should) is this really the right target in the right way?

    And to repeat – because I know what it gets like on the bottom half of teh internetz – this is in no way to defend anything – not anything – that the EDL says, thinks or does.

  2. Dan Hodges says:


    I think laughing at the EDL is the perfect way to go after them.

    And sorry, inarticulate, working class provincial males don’t get a pass on racism. Nobody does.

  3. iain ker says:

    I want Britain to be about British.

    Yep, right up there with ‘British jobs for British workers’.

  4. Glen Rothes says:

    You might not find it so funny if it was your daughter or sister who was raped. We all know the man said Muslim Rape Gangs, but hey as long as you can have a laugh who cares?

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