Multi-culturalism in many respects does thrive in the UK but not as the Left would like. Many of those ‘cultures’ just get on with life not making a fuss nor demanding special treatment. Others are not so peaceable and it is these that the Left pray upon, or rather become useful idiots for….Iran should be a lesson for them in how teaming up with Team Islam works out.
The BBC has demonstrated an increasing tendency to attack Indians, or rather Hindus, and it seems that this is not just limited to the BBC…its outhouse journal is also, it seems, guilty of a bit of racism……
A dash of political masala is spicing up an otherwise dull race for who will become London mayor after the May 5 election. Zac Goldsmith, the Eton-educated billionaire’s son who is the Conservative Party’s candidate, has been accused of inflaming Islamophobia and ethnic tensions here, after his campaign distributed leaflets that addressed concerns voiced by London’s NRI community.
The Guardian newspaper, compelled by its psychotic class-based racial hatred of British-Indians – a community that unforgivably thrived against the odds in Britain, and never needed rescuing by the luminous white saviours of the Left – is running articles that suggest Goldsmith is exploiting cultural divisions by telling Indian Londoners that they will be safer from crime under a Tory mayor, and that the Conservative Party is committed to improving India-British relations. In the deranged minds of the British left these anodyne and patently obvious statements are regarded as highly sinister developments….
…Corbyn has even gushingly referred to the lunatics of Hamas as his “friends”. And no fuss whatsoever was made by The Guardian or others on the left when the former Labour mayor, Ken Livingstone, tried to win an election by courting Muslims with the sectarian promise to make London a “beacon” for Islam.
Any hand reached out towards Indians in Britain will invite snarling attacks from the Left. Like Jews, Indians in Britain are increasingly suspected by a Left that both despises success and is increasingly dependent on a Muslim bloc-vote – of a heavily Pakistani nature – to secure a significant number of Labour seats. Labour’s relationship with British Jews is regarded to be at its worst in history; such is the virulent anti-semitism on the Left here.
Guido has been detailing Sadiq Khan’s very suspicious dealings with Islamists over decades…something the BBC seems to not be interested in for some reason.
Perhaps we can make a link here to the BBC’s refusal to mention that the murdered Asad Shah in Glasgow, was an Ahmadi Muslim and Khan’s candidacy for the London Mayorship….from Guido….
Readers will be aware of the murder of Glasgow shopkeeper Asad Shah, an Ahmadi Muslim allegedly killed by another Muslim for wishing customers a Happy Easter. The case has provoked debate about persecution of the Ahmadi community perpetrated by Islamic extremists like Corbyn fanboy Suliman Gani. Gani is the imam of the Tooting Islamic Centre, and has repeatedly called on his followers to discriminate against Ahmadis. Chillingly, the cleric was even reportedly involved in a boycott of Ahmadi shopkeepers.
When he isn’t calling women “subservient“, Gani campaigns side by side with Jeremy Corbyn and arranges segregated public meetings with Labour MPs. Interestingly, he’s also Sadiq Khan’s local imam – the two have shared a platform on numerous occasions. It’s worth reading this 2010 interview where Khan is grilled about anti-Ahmadi sentiment preached at the Tooting Islamic Centre. His Tory opponent at the time had to be locked in a room for his own safety after being mistaken for an Ahmadi.
Sadiq Khan is very close to this radical imam it seems.
The BBC would love to see a Labour man, a Muslim one at that, back in control of London…any chance they are not broaching the Ahmadi subject because it might reflect badly on Khan?
What’s really curious about the BBC’s absolute refusal to say that Asad Khan was an Ahmadi, and that is the reason the police state that his murder was ‘religiously motivated’, is that the BBC has been investigating a Mosque in Glasgow that has links to an extremist group in Pakistan...this is one line from that report…a report which is tucked away on the Scotland page for some reason despite being a significant story which made an appearance on the Today programme this morning….
Sipah-e-Sahaba is a militant anti-Shia political party formed in Pakistan in the 1980s.
The group and its armed off-shoot, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ), have accepted responsibility for deadly sectarian attacks against Shia Muslims and other religious minorities in Pakistan.
Note that ‘Shia and other religious minorities’.…no mention of Ahmadi and yet a Sunni Muslim in Glasgow dressed in the full garb stabbed Asad Shah probably because he was Ahmadi…how does the BBC not make that link? Did the killer attend that mosque?
Are the BBC helping Sadiq Khan out, are they suppressing information that they want to release as a ‘scoop’ themselves in one of their ‘exclusives’ or are they just doing the usual BBC thing in downplaying the Religion of Peace’s violent tendencies? The BBC investigate a mosque in Glasgow but not an imam in London with links to Sadiq Khan, why not?
Whatever the reason it smells badly as the BBC hides the likely motivation for the killing of Asad Shah.
Of interest is Charles Moore in the Spectator on a similar thread….
You might expect that the murder of Christians would excite particular horror in countries of Christian heritage. Yet almost the opposite seems to be true. Even amid the current slew of Islamist barbarities, the killing of 72 people, 29 of them children, on Easter Day in Lahore, stands out. So does the assault in Yemen in which nuns were murdered and a priest was kidnapped and then, apparently, crucified on Good Friday. But the coverage tends to downplay such stories — there has been much less about Lahore than Brussels, though more than twice as many died — or at least their religious element.
The BBC correspondent in Lahore, Shazheb Jillani, was at pains to emphasise that the victims were not solely Christians but ‘simply Pakistani citizens enjoying a day out in the park with their children’, as if that made it worse. Western European politicians rarely protest about the plight of Christians in Muslim lands or offer to help them. Such Christians are perhaps regarded as a bit of a nuisance in countries Islam dominates.
The Jewish experience should warn us how insidious this way of turning the victims into the problem can be. Hatred of Christianity — as of Judaism — is central to the Islamist creed. In our secular societies in the West, we congratulate ourselves on our lack of zeal, and think that if we stay out of religious disputes, the angel of death will not select us. But the events in Brussels are a reminder that studied neutrality makes you weaker, and no safer.