Are the British finally taking back Britain?
Question: Demonstration in Luton, British taking back their land, proclaiming they will "never surrender" to Islam. Have you ever seen a more postitive movement. The liberal media portrays it as "anti-islam", but those in the right know it is just people trying to keep Britian British, for EVERYONE living in Britain. Come to Britain, follow the rules. Innit? http://articles.cnn.com/2011-02-05/world/england.islam.protests_1_protesters-signs-reading-anti-islam?_s=PM:WORLD Keltoum, What I mean by "keeping Britain British" is that all people who voluntarily come to Britain must adopt British norms, and adapt themselves to their new lands, rather than expecting the nation to adapt to THEIR presence. It is too late for Britain to be racially homogeneous again, but that does not mean that those who come to Britain should be exempt from assimilating themselves, and creating little foreign ghettos where British rule of law does not apply. There must be no "no-go zones". Foreign students must be expected to follow the rules and regulations that apply to all students, no exceptions to accommodate anti social behaviour. No more grooming little British girls for sexual abuse. No taxi drivers telling passengers they can't bring alcohol into their cabs. No more bus drivers telling blind people they can't bring their guide-dogs on the bus because a moslem passenger might be disturbed by it. No more anti-British militants harassing returning soldiers And no m See, Keltoum, I guess your exposure to my postings has broadened your horizons. Just pullin' your leg. Even those with differences never disagree 100pc of the time. Cheers, Hoekom
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I think so The way many Muslims have been ranting and bleating they think so too The name calling, the hand wringing, the screaming, the ranting......on here and else where makes me sure they k ow the gravy train isn't stopping at their station any more..... So yes I hope so and about time When this is what is happening in shopping malls it is log overdue..... http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-man...
Agree with Marcy, but in the long run, if you think about it, industiral revolution benefitted everyone. It was a major shift of technological, socioeconomic, and cultural conditions in the 18th century. It began in Britain and spread throughout the world. During that time, an economy based on manual labour was replaced by one dominated by industry and the manufacture of machinery. It began with the mechanisation of the textile industries, the development of iron-making techniques and the increased use of refined coal. Trade expansion was enabled by the introduction of canals, improved roads and railways. The introduction of steam power (fuelled primarily by coal) and powered machinery (mainly in textile manufacturing) underpinned the dramatic increases in production capacity. The development of all-metal machine tools in the first two decades of the 19th century facilitated the manufacture of more production machines for manufacturing in other industries. Just like any changes, it is very difficult for the government and people to adjust. Sometimes, the government make mistakes, just as we all do. And there might be unfair treatments in different situations, but after all, it benefit everyone.
Think the UK is about to enter a " watch this space " episode. And what will be, will be. Anti government demos will start if those in power don't continue to make the right noises.
Britain is a Democratic country and if Muslim have enough votes then elect it from their own community. Britain is not like Pakistan where a single general got a power and its his choice to elect anybody. can u please ask Saudi Arabia, Iran turkey or Pakistan to elect a christian as their leader? do u know in their Constitution its strictly written that non Muslim can't be elected as president or prime minister
The way things are now, you are going to have a real fight on your hands. Too many Muslims legally in your country. P
Putin and Bush are made for each other. Once Jean Chretien retired, Tony Blair became what U.S. Presidents had been called from WWII onward: The Leader of the Free World. He made mistakes, but, unlike Bush, he admitted them and seemed to feel guilty about them. I wish he hadn't sent troops to Iraq, but he did a lot for his country and the world. I wish him well in his new role as a Middle East envoy, and I wish Gordon Brown good luck. Hopefully, come January 2009, Brown can pass the title of Leader of the Free World back to an honest, caring U.S. President. And as for "colonial thinking," I've got two words for Putin: Chechnya and Ukraine. Russia's record on colonialism and imperialism is hardly unstained.
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