Wednesday, 26 January 2011
In recent weeks, there have been two major stories that have forced the chattering classes to talk about the effect Muslims are having on Britain, despite their deeply entrenched politically-correct instinct to remain silent about it. The first was the Times newspaper's coverage of the Muslim gangs who groom, rape and force pubescent British girls into prostitution.

This phenomenon is found worldwide wherever Islam establishes a foothold. There was a comparable case in America not long ago. Islam teaches Muslims that they may have lawful sexual relations with infidel "captives" whom "their right hands possess". Muslims are taught to see themselves as being involved in a war with the infidel that will only end when all of the world has submitted to Islam. Infidel females, to them, are legitimate war booty.

In Britain, it has been well-known for years that this was going on, but the mainstream national media refused to cover it. Local papers in the affected areas did cover it, and even launched campaigns on the issue, demanding that the police investigate and prosecute the perpetrators which they refused to do because of racial sensitivities. Nick Griffin, leader of the BNP, even mentioned the issue in a speech years ago and was prosecuted for doing so! So Muslim paedophile gangs are allowed to rape British children with impunity but British people are prosecuted for merely pointing out that they are doing so!

Once the Times decided to report on the story, the rest of the media was forced to cover it too. Of course the despicable Guardian, now little better than a Muslim propaganda organ, published a loathsome apologia for the Muslim rape gangs.

The second major story that disrupted the usual cloak of silence was Baroness Warsi's speech about "faith" in which she accused Britons of a growing "Islamophobia". This speech seems to have spectacularly backfired for the Muslim cause in Britain. Several pundits challenged her claims, with a few even daring to express their disdain for the Orwellian term "islamophobia" and stating that we were right to fear Islam.

All in all, the last few weeks have seen more candid discussion of the corrosive effects of the Muslim presence in Britain than has been seen for a very long time. It may not amount to a British Sarrazin effect but it is at least a major step in the right direction.


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