The controversial Heard and Not Seen show, which has received Â£25,000 of public cash, is due to open to the public for the first time. The exhibition aimed to improve understanding of Islam by including a workshop where visitors were invited to wear burkhas.
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The City of Culture bid is being led by Councillor Martin Mullaney, Cabinet member for Leisure Sport and Culture.
John Midlgley, co-founder of the Campaign Against Political Correctness, said: “The exhibition is a patronising waste of public money.
“This is gong to do little to tackle extremism and bring about social cohesion within communities across Birmingham. It has been done in the name of political correctness but it seems to be potentially counter-productive.
The failed state ofÂ England
Mat Rodina: Rarely in our world have we had the opportunity to watch, first hand, as a major Western power came crumbling down on itself in such a spectacular fashion as we are about to see with the final collapse of the now empireless Britain. Only the eventual collapse of the USA will make for a greater show than what is about to transpire on…or rather just off, the European continent.
For England is a failed state in all manner of levels and realities, from a total lack of freedom in the pseudo Stalinist prison camp, to the collapse of the economy, society and military, a physical collapse linked as a Siamese twin to the spiritual or moral collapse. A Godless post Christian enterprise, morally corrupt, economically penniless and over run by the most vile and foul and blood thirsty of modern world savages.