posted on Dec, 12 2010 @ 06:44 PM
Two words- positive discrimination. It is the way of the modern world. The minority, in this case the Muslims, are given preferrential treatment,
whereas the majority are allowed to be pushed around. I guess this is because, as the majority, we are instantly assumed to be the ones with all the
control, so any insults should be like water off a duck's back. However, Muslims are hardly hard to find in 2010 England, so I think this treatment is
slightly out-dated, to say the least.
Ordinarily, I would say keep him out (the Home Secretary has the right to do this to anyone who could "incite hatred" whilst in the country) but,
seeing as several Muslims who have acted similarly, i.e Abu Hamza, are allowed to stay here and can't be deported, due to the EU's Human Rights law,
he should be allowed in.
edit on 12-12-2010 by ScepticalBeliever because: (no reason given)