Just before London morphed into Londonistan and became the hotbed for international terrorism, the Muslims in the UK cowed the Brits into submission by calling them “bigots” who were being “intolerant” of their “Religion of Peace.”
If you don’t believe me, check out Melanie Phillips’ heavily footnoted book, Londonistan, which spells out with Windex-like clarity how our cousins across the pond fell under the PC spell, got neutered and now have a Muslim mess on their hands. This book will wake you the heck up regarding what’s going on right now in NYC … I ga-ron-tee!
Allow me to continue. Islam, surfing pluralism’s chipper wave of “tolerance” in the former Great Britain, effectively bullied the Brits into submission simply by calling them names. Unbelievable.
Indeed, what Adolph couldn’t do by might Islam has done to the UK by sleight. I’m sure Churchill is turning over in his grave so fast that he could light up South Beach, as the British bulldog has morphed into a capitulating poodle. And y’know what? We could be next. Our bald eagle could become a plucked chicken if we don’t play our cards right.
Check it out: Now in merry old England the Muslims have sharia courts, gargantuan enclaves, and radicals galore. They’re even having Brits’ pet dogs tossed off buses because they’re “unclean” and have just recently had history lessons about the Holocaust tossed from the public school curriculum because the topic is offensive to the Muslim youths who were taught it never happened.
The Muslims who effectively screamed that England was intolerant rose to prominence and, oddly enough, became rabidly, violently—one could say bigotedly—intolerant of the UK’s laws and liberties once they established a cultural beachhead. Golly, who’d a thunk it?
We are currently where GB was: Namely, we are being told that we cannot trust our BS detector when it comes to their reasons behind the Ground Zero Mosque or … or … we are … wait for it … we are … bigots! That’s it. We’re mean ol’ bigots.
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