reply to post by Blaine91555
With all due respect I fear that trying to 'separate the good Muslims from the bad' is akin to trying to separate the 'good' Nazis from the
'bad' Nazis in 1930's Germany.
I live in Dudley, just outside Birmingham, in the English West Midlands. I have seen first hand over many years how 'moderate' Muslims have
deliberately organised themselves to try to muscle in and take over - using the cover of political correctness and European human rights laws to
further their cause. I have seen how they are still trying as hard as they can to build Europe's biggest 'super mosque' just a mile or so up the
road, despite massive objections and protests from the majority of the population.
I have seen first hand how English Defence League, comprised of peaceful demonstrators from multiple ethnic backgrounds and nationalities, have been
crushed by over-the-top police and portrayed as a bunch of 'white supremacist thugs' by the media and politicians, whilst at the same time Muslim
gangs have been allowed to roam freely under the guise of the Labour party funded 'Unite Against Facism'. I have seen this first-hand with my own
eyes as I was stuck in traffic during the protests, and have also heard the same from my sister who works in Dudley and was caught up in the
I have seen first hand how the UK bends over backwards to appease Islam, whilst at the same time stamping out any criticism - starting at primary
school. My niece and nephews are frequently indoctrinated with Islamic teachings and field trips to places of worship, whilst at the same time are
being made to feel bad about being English - all by our own tax payer funded educational establishments.
I have seen first hand how our history is being re-written and 're-branded' to portray Islam as a 'religion of peace' and tolerance. I see every
day how we are told on the one hand that we should not discriminate based on race, gender, sexual orientation etc - yet at the same time I see how
every day Islamic people do exactly this and are allowed to because they are 'special'. Every day we see evil peadophiles get locked up and are
shocked by their crimes, yet we are urged to condone a religion that enshrines child abuse in it's mantra.
Well, I am an artist by profession, an atheist, and my father is an open homosexual, and I have always been taught to treat women with respect - and
no, I don't have much time for any religion - but no other religion threatens everything that I hold dear. No other religion is seeking to take power
over every part of society, no other religion is spreading like a poisonous cancer at a time when we should be more enlightened than ever and leaving
Islam is a clear and present threat to freedom of expression and art, to fairness and equality, to scientific progress, to humanity. It is the
antithesis of all I hold dear and care about - and from what I have seen I can say that many others feel the same. There is a time coming when those
who still see what we have left that is worth fighting for will take a stand. It will be a civil war like no other, and will make the events that
happened in the Balkans seem like child's play. It will, I fear, be bloody and brutal, but make no mistake that war is coming.
The truth intentions of Islam as a whole are now plain to see. The sad part is that it is true that individual muslims can be lovely too - but then so
could individual Germans in the 1930s, even if they happened to be members of the National Socialist party, and so too could individual Russians who
were members of the Communist Party - but it still doesn't justify not acting to stop the threat.