For much of their history, the British were leaders, not followers. Britain was a model to be respected and imitated by all who loved liberty. That is no longer true. Listen to the writer Wole Soyinka â€” the grand old man of African literature, the first to win a Nobel Prize, and a man who has been imprisoned by dictators in his native Nigeria. Soyinka recently declared: “England is a cesspit. England is the breeding ground for fundamentalist Muslims.” Note the definite article in “the breeding ground”: a great writer does not use words imprecisely.
Very true. Those who don’t take a stand Â to defend their civilization, culture & society Â fall for anything.
Adding her droppings to the cesspit, here is Â Yasmin Alibhai-Brown:
From Harry’s Place:Â Yeah, Right Yasmin
Sometimes you wonder whether education is any use at all when it comes to Â females who worship the pedophile profit from the 7th century:
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown isÂ clearlyÂ unhappy about the heavy sentences handed down to the Starbucks-trashers last week. Very unhappy indeed. Almost frothing you might say.
Wind her up. Here she goes:
Even I, can see that for the British establishment Muslims are contemptible creatures, devalued humans. As I prayed before starting this column I felt tears stinging my eyes and my face was burning as if I had been slapped many times over. Do they expect me to turn the other cheek? Millions of other Muslims must have felt what I did. And some may well go on to do things they shouldn’t. Their acts will intensify anti-Muslim prejudices and will be used to justify injustice. The cycle is vicious and unrelenting.
Once again at weddings and birthday parties, in quiet, tranquil mosques, at dinner tables across the land, including those of millionaire Muslims, I am hearing murmurs of trepidation and disquiet â€“ voices kept low, sometimes vanishing into whispers, just in case; you never know if they will break down the door. These people are, like myself, well incorporated into the nation’s busy life. Some own restaurants and businesses, others work in the City or law firms and chambers.
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