Here is a video that not only shows Paul Weston’s values and views, but exposes the leftist bias in UK media. Paul makes short work of him though. This party looks like it might actually be able to represent British values, history and traditions and be a viable opponent to Islam in the UK. Let’s watch and see. If they enjoy some success, then maybe a similar party can work in the rest of the Commonwealth nations.
From the Brain-Police of the multiculti Stupidity & Cubititi department in Canuckistan:
* We reported:Â Canucks told to swallow the cool-aid and shut up
Stop bitchin’ about the Muslim hijab; we have ways to shut you up!
There’s nothing wrong with it. It’s no real threat to Quebec values. And most women here wear it by choice, not because of coercion.
* Predictable muddle-headed multiculti BS: they are whacked into submission and threatened with death at anÂ earlyÂ age and told what to say to the irritated kuffars…
That’s what the Bouchard-Taylor commission has concluded after a year of study costing $5 million.
And in the end, what happens to the freedom of each and every one to display her deeply held convictions, as long as they don’t impinge on the rights of others and don’t lead to anybody being put out?,” GÃ©rard Bouchard and Charles Taylor write.
In the final draft of their report – which was submitted to the provincial government yesterday and is to be made public at a press conference Thursday – scholars GÃ©rard Bouchard and Charles Taylor say Quebec society will have a lot to lose if it restricts the wearing of the Muslim head scarf strictly to the home and outdoors.
* They all ‘chose’ to wear hijab because otherwise they’re dead…
Saying the province’s 130,000 Muslims, especially Arab Muslim immigrants, are “along with blacks, the group that is the most touched by different forms of discrimination” in Quebec, Bouchard and Taylor plead for an end to bickering over the hijab.
“Let’s finish with the head scarf, which has caused so much distress in the last few years,” the reasonable accommodation commission’s chairmen say in their report, parts of which The Gazette obtained last week.
“In light of a great number of unequivocal testimonies, we can take it for granted – believe us – that the young girls or women who wear it give it various meanings and are motivated in contrasting ways, some of which, it’s true, don’t jibe with the dominant values of our society.”