Friday, 7 June 2013

Those who so treacherously undermined our British way of life

On 27 May 2013, Leo McKinstry said this in The Express:
“When a British soldier can be hacked to death by two Muslim fanatics on a London street in broad daylight we have to recognise that something has gone terribly wrong with our society… 
In the aftermath of the Woolwich killing the political establishment has tried to adopt a tone of sub-Churchillian resolution. But it is utterly unconvincing. For it is the same politicians and bureaucrats who have so treacherously undermined our British way of life. They are the ones who have allowed extremism to flourish in our midst through their disastrous attachment to mass immigration and multiculturalism. 
‘Your people will never be safe,’ declared one of the suspects last week, his words a savage indictment of the political class's misguided policies. Even now, as the family of Drummer Lee Rigby grieves and more terror suspects are arrested, our leaders are still in denial about the reality of the menace, as shown by the fatuous statement of Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, who declared that the killing ‘flies in the face of the peace and love that Islam preaches.’ 
Clegg's claim echoes the ludicrous remark of former police chief Brian Paddick who said immediately after the July bombings in 2005 that ‘Islam and terrorism do not go together.’ 
This refusal to face facts is precisely why the appeasing British state, desperate to promote cultural diversity, has been so useless in countering Islamic fundamentalism. The truth is that the phenomenal growth in Britain's Muslim population has been accompanied by a disturbing rise in lethal Islamic extremism. Every year the police are foiling at least one terror plot as big as 7/7, while in 2012 the number of arrests of Muslim terror suspects rose by 60 per cent compared with the previous year… 
Over the past decade there has not been a single march or demonstration by Muslims against the terrorism carried out in the name of their religion. Yet when a Danish newspaper published a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed in 2005 London was brought to a standstill for three weekends in a row by Muslim protests… 
Politicians proclaim that we must not allow the terrorists to divide us. But thanks to mass immigration and multiculturalism our society is already badly divided. With more than 500,000 foreigners settling here every year, the majority of them from Asia and Africa, many citizens now feel like aliens in their own land. 
This trend can only accelerate thanks to the far higher birth rate among migrants and the inevitable influx of eastern Europeans as Romanians and Bulgarians are allowed to move here without any restrictions. Just as damaging has been the state's addiction to the dogma of diversity, which in practice encourages migrants to cling to their native culture rather than embracing a British identity. 
It is a disastrous process that has fuelled division and segregation, as well as the Islamification of parts of urban Britain. British officialdom is pathetically fearful about tackling activities among migrants that are inimical to our traditional liberal values. 
That explains why the authorities are so slow to act against Muslim gangs who prey on white girls, or against the grotesque misogyny in many migrant-dominated areas, reflected in the incidence of forced marriages, honour killings or female genital mutilation.”
Not just me, is it? Nowadays, the truth is being told by all and sundry. Even the media establishment is telling it how it is.

The truth: it's a difficult thing to keep under wraps. The Soviet Union managed it for almost seventy years but then the Reds who organised it were prepared to slaughter tens of millions of innocent Russian citizens to cement the lie into place.

I wonder if those who Leo says are 'desperate to promote cultural diversity' are willing to go that far?

If anyone out there imagines such murderous brutality would be way beyond the ethical capacity of the modern PC and global elites, all I can tell you is this: those who made the Russian Revolution emerged from the same tribal root as those who constructed political correctness and, in large part, globalism.

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