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Muslim radicalisation and invasion in our schools

Islamic Radicalisation in our schools has been a topic for a long time. Whether it’s banning pork meat, Peppa Pig comics or promoting Jihad and Sharia laws the list goes on. A hot spot for these problems is Birmingham:

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“any headteacher who teaches my children it’s alright to be gay will be at the end of my shotgun’.”

Muslims have been threatening teachers and presenting them with dead pets after they discussed homosexuality with the kids at school. We happen to live in a country where equality is a normal thing and homophobia is not acceptable. There is space for everybody who wants to live peacefully and respects British values. The freedom to be ourselves is gradually being robbed by Muslim extremists who want to enforce Sharia law at school, the most vulnerable of all places.

Our society has worked hard to achieve equality for everybody. Women and men of any background. Islam extremism is taking these values away from us. Children are learning the opposite at school because their extreme school mates tell them it’s wrong to be free and equal. Teachers have to restrict their freedom of speech.

We must not stop teaching our children the values of freedom and equality. We must ban any kind of extremism from our countries. If equality isn’t one of your values, this country may just not be the right place for you.

By Samantha Herron


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Theresa May UK politician opposes Islam Extremism – is it enough to stop the invasion?

When I saw the headlines about our conservative politician Theresa May speaking out against Islam Extremists in the UK I couldn’t help but feeling a bit critical. We are moving towards the general election and politicians tend to get a bit excited during this time, promising things which will never happen. We all know the story. BUT (yes there is a “but”) I was probably somewhat wrong. We don’t know if the Conservatives would actually act upon their promises and it’s not what I want to discuss. The “but” here is much more about the big set of balls this woman has got.

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It didn’t take the Islamic Extremists 24 hours to pose death threats upon her. Mind, she’s a major politician and making the following statements takes some courage: (source)

 

  • “banning orders” for groups which do not reach the current threshold to be outlawed under terrorism laws
  • a “positive campaign to promote British values” to the public
  • a review of supplementary schools, which are currently unregulated
  • HM Inspectorate of Constabulary reviewing how police forces have responded to “honour crimes”, female genital mutilation and forced marriage
  • new “extremism officer” roles in prisons to deal with extremist inmates and gangs
  • a “full review of citizenship law” to make sure successful applicants respect British values
  • a “sharp reduction” in funding for translation services and a “significant increase” in money for English language training

I know we all agree, it shouldn’t take courage to make these statements. It should be normal, it shouldn’t even be points that need action. But in the real world, the UK and especially England is highly Islamized and we are fighting a very real war. Seeing politicians taking some effort to crack down on Islamization is great.

Boris Johnson the Mayor of London. is another great figure who slowly but surely speaks out against Islam Extremism in the UK.

Is it enough? No. Clearly not. But we shouldn’t always moan and complain. Politics are highly complex and it takes a lot of tactics to bring in change if you are surrounded by enemies. Most countries in Europe are in the process of being islamized, are in the process of being invaded. Britain has been invaded and islamized a long time ago. We are working on breaking free from these chains. We should support every little step that leads in this right direction, even if it doesn’t seem enough at the moment. No matter what kind of group or politician as long as the goal is to stop Islam Extremism we are in the same boat.

By Samantha Herron

 

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“Human rights group” CAGE Director says Jihadi John is a gentle person

For everybody who does not live in the UK, let me explain…

There is this “human rights” group called CAGE which mainly campaigns against islamophobia and rights for Muslims. The director, Asim Qureshi, ¬†looks like this:

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And he comes out with the following statements, legally on TV.

“You might be surprised to know that the Mohammed that I knew was extremely kind, extremely gentle, extremely soft spoken, was the most humble young person that I knew.”

No big outrage from anybody apart the Mayor of London Boris Johnson. If you want to have a look how Boris Johnson reacted to the statements of Azim Qureshi watch this.

If any anti-islamization campaigner would say anything like Asim Qureshi on TV, it would be a far-right neonazi statement and completely opposed by everybody. Yet this person can run a so called Human Rights group, legally registered in the UK running as a CHARITY and even gets supported by people who believe terrorists need our help. This organisation is just another of many in the UK helping extremists to develop.

Surely, Boris Johnson’s statement must be the statement of the week. Brave guy!:

Mr Johnson confronted Asim Qureshi, the director of Cage, on his radio show and urged him to “powerfully” condemn Isil instead of “crying Islamophobia” and “scattering blame around”.

“I really, really think that the focus of your indignation and your outrage should be on people who go out to join groups that throw gays off cliffs, that behead people who don’t subscribe to their version of Islam, that glorify in the execution of innocent journalists and aid workers.

“If you are a human rights group funded by charity then you should be sticking up for the human rights of those being beheaded in Syria and Northern Iraq, that should be the focus of your concern.

Samantha Herron