Tuesday, 20 February 2007

Destroying the myth of Multiculturalism

The mistaken followers of multiculturalism would have you believe it is the practice of accepting and respecting the various cultures, religions, races, ethnicities, attitudes and opinions within the United Kingdom.

Against those of us who love Our Country and want a secure, safe future for our children and grandchildren they say that we should respect diversity. They say that no one culture or religion is superior than another.

Well lets try and follow this through with some questions to and answers from a multiculturalist.

Q. Are Islam and Christianity equal or is one superior to another?
A. They are both equal.

Q. Is a man equal to a woman?
A. Of course - all are equal, irregardless or race, religion or colour.

Q. Does Islam place the same value on a man as a woman?
A. Hmmmm. What you have to understand is................blah, blah, blah

Q. Are Islam and Christianity equal or is one superior to another?
A. Silence. As silent as the government would like you to be over the theft of our Nation.

Do not say to me that you cannot join the B.N.P. because you have children. It is because of them that you must join. If you still feel that you cannot join for other reasons then donate, donate and then donate again.

Breathes there the man with soul so dead, Who never to himself hath said, This is my own, my native land.
Walter Scott


suden islamophobia syndrome said...


Here is another insidious attack on our British culture. The thin edges of a thousand wedges are being hammered into the foundations of our civilisation.

Does the BNP know about this....


sudden islamophobia syndrome said...


From http://news.sky.com/skynews/article/0,,30100-13569050,00.html

"A father murdered his wife and four daughters when he torched the family home as they slept in their beds, an inquest has heard.

Caneze Riaz, 39, and her daughters Sayrah, 16, Sophia, 15, Alicia, 10, and three-year-old Hannah were trapped as the fire raged through their end-of-terrace home in Accrington, Lancashire in the early hours of November 1.

Mohammed Riaz, 49, had locked and bolted the doors, poured fuel around the house and lit several fires while his family were asleep.

The inquest heard that Mohammed had poured petrol and accelerant along the first floor landing and splashed more fuel down the stairs into the living rooms.

There was evidence that Mrs Riaz woke as the blaze took hold and spent a few horrifying moments aware that her daughters were about to die before she was overcome by fumes.

Her DNA was found on a petrol can at the back of her bedroom, over the DNA of her husband, suggesting she stumbled out of bed and made a desperate attempt to move it away from where he had left it in the path of the flames.

Mr Riaz had wanted arranged marriages for his daughters, but his wife had refused and he had destroyed Western-style clothes bought for his children