The Calais ‘jungle’ and the Islamic settlement of Britain
How interesting that French police waited until the end of Ramadan beforeÂ forcibly dismantling the Calais “jungle”. That tells us something we really need to remember about a huge proportion of the illegal immigrants seeking to enter Britain: that they are pious Muslims.
Note that there was a bigger fuss about the taking down of the mosque than there was about the removal of the makeshift houses. And note, too, that the refugees declared their determination to enter Britain (”nothing will stop us”) almost in the same breath as their devotion to their place of worship.
“We demand the British Passport”-that’s real groovy….
More multicultural enrichment news:
- Danish Muslim asylum seeker raped a 14-year old
- Danish Hells Angels fight Muslims at court
- Muslim slant on British Christian hoteliers
- Not all Muslims are terrorists, but most terrorists are Muslims
Counter Jihad links
I was struck by one of the slogans chanted by protesters: “NoÂ border, No nation, No deportation”. For it is in the Muslim world that borders and nations are most successfully transcended by religion. The Calais protesters and their supporters are exploiting one of the most important social developments of our time: the deliberate confusion of the Islamic concept ofÂ ummah with universal human rights (which are not recognised in Muslim countries, but there you go).
No doubt I’ll be accused of Islamophobia. But let me be clear what I’mnot saying: that the young immigrants are jihadists in embryo. Their conversation may be spiced with anti-Western rhetoric, but once they arrive they will soon feel at home in a country which offers ready opportunities for employment, welfare â€“ and religious separatism.
Our public sector works hard to facilitate the construction of ghettos: just this week we learned that Home Office staff have been told not to eat in front of Muslim colleagues during Ramadan.Â Such privileges are worth a few months’ wait â€“ and, in the long run, the disappearance of one particular refugee camp will make not the slightest bit of difference.