Multiculturalism Blossoms in Britain

“The European Union is the principal motor behind the Islamization of Europe. It is formally surrendering an entire continent to Islam while destroying established national cultures, and is prepared to harass those who disagree with this policy.

“This is the greatest organized betrayal in Western history.”

— Fjordman

Great civilizations die by suicide, and nothing could be more heartbreaking to watch — especially when you find yourself on the same path, a short step behind.

Hundreds of mostly young men armed with makeshift missiles hurled bricks and aimed fireworks at riot police against a backdrop of burningvehicles and buildings in north London as what began as a protest became a riot.

The pretext: the death of Mark Duggan, who died in a shootout with police. It doesn’t take much to ignite the imported and welfare-bred tinder in housing projects.

Andrew Bolt also has excellent coverage, here: Racists attack

KGS from the TT makes a good point:
The media are blaming critics of Islam (such as Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller) for the radicalization of Norwegian terrorist Anders Behring Breivik. However, Breivik said that he turned to terrorism in response to media censorship. Who’s to blame for his extremism?   ON THE MINDSET OF ANDERS BREIVIK…….

The unrest followed a protest march from Broadwater Farm, a 1960s public housing estate widely known for the killing of Police Constable Keith Blakelock, who was hacked to death during a riot there in 1985.

Before midnight on Saturday, the protest had turned violent, leading to 42 arrests. Police say 26 officers were hurt, including one who sustained a head injury. Two police cars and a double-decker bus were burnt and ”bottles and other missiles” were thrown at police by the crowd, police said in a statement.

By midnight, the crowd had grown to several hundred and thick black smoke hung over the area after several shops were set alight. …

Tottenham is home to a high proportion of poor ethnic minorities with a significant black population. ”How many black people have to die around here?” asked one of the youths, who gave his name as Pablo. ”I hate the police,” he said.

The anarchy even spread to another suburb several kilometres away where looters attacked a shopping centre in Wood Green. Clothing and coat hangers littered the street as young looters smashed the doors and ransacked nearly every shop. …

By 3am, it appeared that parts of the riot zone had spiralled out of police control. A fire raged in a block-long building. More fires raged unabated in narrow streets and alleys.

A group of young men laden with looted groceries sprinted down a side street, screaming, ”Let’s load up!”

The youths seemed to be both jubilant and deadly serious and the street had an almost party-like atmosphere, punctuated by intense violence.

Deranged by moonbattery, Britain opened its doors to reverse colonization. The price will be its future.

2 thoughts on “Multiculturalism Blossoms in Britain”

  1. Love this!
    Very well written, with great sense of humour.
    “It doesn’t take much to ignite the imported and welfare-bred tinder in housing projects.” – this is genuis! I finally found a publication I can fully agree with.

  2. “Yet even though that picture is dark and darkening, there is one factor which has not yet been injected. I do not know whether it will be tomorrow, or next year, or in five years; but it will come. That factor is firearms and explosives. With communities which are so divided nothing can prevent the injection of explosives which we know perfectly well from experience in other parts of the United Kingdom and the world. At first there will be horrified astonishment, and inquiry as to what we have done wrong that such things should be happening. Then there will be feverish endeavour to find methods to allay the supposed grievances which lie behind the violence. Then follows exploitation by those who use violence of the ascendancy they have thus gained over the majority and over authority. The thing goes forward, acting and reacting, until a position is reached in which—I shall dare say it—compared with those areas, Belfast today will seem an enviable place.” Enoch Powell speech in the House of Commons on the consequences of immigration (24 May, 1976),

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