Sunday, 8 June 2008

So what is going on here?

A proposed public meeting that had been set up to discuss the Asian Community Centre under construction in Carnon Downs has been cancelled.

The meeting, which had been organised for next Thursday, June 12, had been due to include representatives from Carrick district council, police and the owner of the former Quenchwell Chapel that is being turned into the centre.

However, following discussion between the parties - with the prevention and detection of any further crime in mind and so as not to prejudice the investigation regarding a recent arrest - it has been decided to cancel the meeting.

They have apologised to anyone who has been inconvenienced by the decision.

Councillor Tomas Hill, Carrick councillor for the Feock and Kea ward, will still represent his constituents by canvassing their views and addressing any of their concerns through a mail drop.



Anonymous said...

A pig's head was nailed to the door of the centre.

Anonymous said...

There is an Islamic community in Falmouth?! Is there nowhere left that is free of them?

Anonymous said...

Now you can call me a paranoid Islamophobe if you like, but my guess is that if you were to take a peek inside this 'Asian Community Centre' you're not going to find Buddhist monks sitting in a circle sending out vibes of universal love and compassion to all sentient beings.

You're far more likely to find a quasi-military citidel which is a centre of subversion, intimidation, criminality, population-replacement and jihad - in other words a Mosque.

So this raises the question of how many more Mosques are being set up below the radar by disguising themselves as 'Asian Cultural Centres' and the like?