Thursday 18 May 2017
The Birmingham Mail tells us of a shocking, terrible, evil story about a Muslim man, Naz Ali, who was served pork in a restaurant by mistake. Marston's Taverns, the owners of the wicked restaurant in question, have apologised profusely of course. They also waived the bill.
What would happen though, if I complained to any one of the numerous supermarket chains in Britain after buying and eating halal slaughtered lamb with no reference to halal slaughter on the packaging?
Would Sainsbury's apologise profusely? Would they waive the bill? Would the story then make it into the mainstream media? I rather think not. We native Brits count for nothing in Britain these days.
Our traditions and concerns are trampled on by the leftist/ Islamic alliance. Britain is no longer a country fit for the people whose ancestors built and sacrificed so much for it.
Here's the thing Mr Naz Ali: if our way of life, our traditions and our culture are so sickening to you, would it not be better for all concerned if you were to simply sling your hook, old chap?
Wednesday 17 May 2017
What can we tell about the state of modern Britain following the recent arrest of Tommy Robinson? Tommy was filming outside Canterbury Crown Court with the Rebel Media group, covering the trial of yet another Muslim gang rape, and as a result was hauled from his bed and arrested in front of his wife and terrified children at 4-30 in the morning. Such an action is redolent of the practices of the secret police in Nazi Germany or Communist Russia but sadly, if you go against the politically correct ideology of the British state, it has now become a tool of the British police themselves. Make no mistake about it, this is a fully fledged totalitarian state in operation and one which would be viewed with horror and dismay by the men and women who fought so hard against totalitarianism in the 20th century.
Saturday 25 March 2017
Wednesday 14 December 2016
Our double standards re Mosul and Aleppo are quite chilling and quite frankly, inexplicable. The West started all of this. We deposed Saddam Hussein, Mubarak and Gadhafi. Our clueless politicians were cheerleaders for the Arab Spring, which wiser heads deemed the Koranic Winter. We kick-started Isis. We gave hope to the terrorist "rebels" in Syria that we would help them depose Assad. We interfere everywhere whilst never understanding Islam. And witless journalists just pour fuel on the all too predictable Islamic inferno.
Tuesday 13 December 2016
The Daily Telegraph joins a long list of those who have submitted before Islam. The following article was titled Muslims Like Us is a wake-up call for Islamophobes everywhere which attracted some 173 comments, the vast majority of which though the DT was propagandising on behalf of Islam. The article was about the ghastly BBC Muslim Big Brother show, which really is all about pro-Islamic propaganda. Unfortunately, the Telegraph is now behind a pay-wall, so I will reproduce the full article below.
Before it had even aired, Muslims Like Us (BBC Two) generated the kind of publicity that television producers would give their next commission for. The format of pointing cameras at a group of 10 disparate Muslims brought together under one roof gained immediate notoriety for including in its cast one Abdul Haqq.
Haqq, formerly Anthony Small, had been a champion pugilist before he embraced a somewhat dogmatic interpretation of Islam, subsequently serving time in Belmarsh for, let’s just say, nefarious activities. Long before we had seen the programme, the BBC was widely chastised for providing a platform to a self-confessed terrorist sympathiser. One tabloid described it as a “Muslim Big Brother”.
However, from the moment Haqq walked into the Apprentice-style luxury rented accommodation and started handing out leaflets about how women should dress, it was obvious he was not going to get very far spreading his message among these housemates. What became immediately clear was that try as he might – and boy was he trying – his fellow Muslims found him nuttier than the fruitcake he doubtless regards as the food of Satan.
“This is so pathetic,” said housemate Saba, as Haqq refused her greeting with the observation that the Koran forbids him from shaking hands with a woman, “what he gives you is the illusion of knowledge. He’s bogged down in the literal interpretation of words.”
This was the fundamental (and fundamentalist) point. For most of the housemates, Islam was a background comfort in their lives, prayer an opportunity for contemplation. It was certainly not the excuse for fascistic intolerance. These were good folk no more likely to be swayed by Haqq’s dogmatic misreading of the Koran than would be the Archbishop of Canterbury.
"Our sufferings today are the prelude of those you, Europeans and Western Christians, will also suffer in the near future. I lost my diocese to Islam. The physical setting of my apostolate has been occupied by Islamic radicals who want us converted or dead. Your liberal and democratic principles are worth nothing here. You must consider again our reality in the Middle East, because you are welcoming in your countries an ever growing number of Muslims. Also you are in danger. You must take strong and courageous decisions, even at the cost of contradicting your principles. You think all men are equal, but that is not true: Islam does not say that all men are equal. Your values are not their values. If you do not understand this soon enough, you will become the victims of the enemy you have welcomed in your home.”
Emil Nona, Chaldean Archbishop of Mosul.
This article by Reverend Jules Gomes was first published at the wonderful website
The Conservative Woman
Our Prime Minister may be a Christian, but you could be forgiven for believing that our Home Office is now an Islamic fiefdom. Why else ban the Archbishop of Mosul from visiting the UK, but issue visas to Muslim preachers who advocate the stoning of homosexuals?
It is an historic moment in the historic city of Mosul (bordering Nineveh—the cradle of ancient civilisation). Over 100,000 Christians fled the Iraqi city in one night after so-called Islamic State (Isis) launched a genocidal jihad against the Christian population, who numbered two million in 2003. The entire population was issued with a 24-hour ultimatum—convert to Islam or die.
Iraqi and Kurdish fighters supported by coalition air strikes are fighting to free Mosul from the stranglehold of Isis in a knife-edged battle that reminds me of Tennyson’s Charge of the Light Brigade.
The Archbishops of Mosul and of the Nineveh valley, Nicodemus Daoud Sharaf and Timothius Mousa Shamani should be hailed as heroes. In June, Archbishop Nicodemus was in Strasbourg addressing the European Centre for Law & Justice on the genocide facing one of the world’s oldest Christian communities.
But our Home Office slammed the door in their faces and told them there was no room in the Immigration Inn, even though they were invited to attend the consecration of the UK’s first Syriac Orthodox cathedral in London to which Prime Minister Theresa May sent a letter to be read out to the congregation. The Home Office also refused entry to Archbishop Selwanos Boutros Alnemeh, the Archbishop of Homs and Hama in Syria.