* Inayat Bunglawala,Â spokesman for the MCB, is keeping a keen eye on the upcoming election in Londonistan. The Bungla knows what is at stake: itsÂ unlikely thatÂ the MCB will ever get a better friend than Red Ken Livingstone, who sold his soul to the
mob ummah. The Islamic propaganda machine is spinning like an Iranian centrifuge.
* Richard Littlejohn at the Daily Mail shows that there are still some Englishmen left who stand up and call a spade a spade: he doesn’t mince words and tells it like it is: Importing a Muhammedan proletariat to replace the natives may have not been the greatest idea to establish a socialist utopia after all.
*Â The egregious George Galloway sees nothing short ofÂ “a counter-revolution against the progressive stances which Livingstone has adopted against racism and Islamophobia”
This column has long argued that mass, uncontrolled immigration was a deliberate policy to secure electoral advantage for Labour.
Back in 1987, after Mrs Thatcher’s third victory, Labour concluded it could no longer rely on the old white working class.
So it decided that it would import a new working class, which would then return the favour by loyally voting Labour.
This was part of a wider strategy that also included the creation of a vast client state and putting as many members of the middle classes as possible on the payroll. It’s now coming to fruition in the London mayoral elections.
There are 350,000 new voters on the electoral roll in the capital, most of them immigrants.
There’s also a huge Muslim vote. Ken Livingstone reckons that 200,000 of them will swing it for him.
So he’s sent his goons into mosques to rustle up support and lavished hundreds of thousands of pounds in grants on Muslim organisations.
One of his most dedicated cheerleaders in the Islamic community is a big fan of suicide bombings and a supporter of Hamas, which wants to wipe Israel off the map.
Now you know why Livingstone embraces Islamist headbangers, insults Jews and smears anyone who challenges him as a “racist” or “Islamophobe”.
It’s all done with a cynical eye on the ballot box.
Vile he may be, daft he ain’t.
Voluntary Dhimmitude in Bradford:
“Unfortunately, there’s a fear that someone may have used it to cause violence”
* Hmm. ‘Race riots?’ Really. ‘Someone may use it to cause violence?’ Who would do a thing like that, any idea?