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Saturday, 7 August 2010

This is England?



This item of news may have passed people by in Britain, what with the M.S.M., and the BBC in particular, reporting a politically correct viewpoint of our World. Yet tomorrow in Birmingham, Pakistani politics will be played out on the streets of England like never before.

From the Birmingham news:


A BIRMINGHAM MP has told of his fears that there may be violent clashes between rival Muslim groups when Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari makes a speech in the city tomorrow.

Radical Islamic group Hizb ut-Tahrir (HuT), which supports strict Sharia law and is banned in several European countries, said they are planning to demonstrate outside the ICC during his visit.

A HuT spokesman (said) “Demonstrators will demand the removal of Zardari and his cronies for their betrayal of the people of Pakistan and their unwavering support for the UK and US governments. The time has come for sincere people in Pakistan to re-establish the Islamic Khilafah state to replace these rulers.”

Khalid Mahmood, Labour MP, for Perry Barr, who has also criticised the President’s visit to Britain and has pulled out of a planned meeting with him, said he is concerned about HuT’s plans to demonstrate.

“I am very worried about possible violent clashes, HuT tend to agitate quite deliberately. My worry is that young members of President Zardari’s party might react, they can be quite hot-headed. I’ve spoken to the police and shared my fears with them that there could be violence. I really hope this doesn’t descend into trouble.”

A spokeswoman for West Midlands Police refused to comment on any specific security arrangements for Mr Zardari’s visit. She said: “There is an expectation that some small protest groups will seek to attend. We will facilitate people’s democratic right to protest peacefully. However, if anyone is intent on causing disorder then we will be in a position to deal with them.”
We all know the West Midlands Police's attitude to democratic protest - Let us see which of their puppet masters pulls their strings the hardest, black flag of Islam or green.

5 comments:

  1. The whole World, led by the UK and our EU masters has gone utterly bonkers.

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  2. You rather incongruously seem to be mixing “England” and “Britain” up. Is this blog “calling England” or “calling Britain”?

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  3. England is a part of Britain, as both are a part of the ghastly E.U.

    Are they not interchangeable, when venturing further afield with such stories?

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  4. @Munguin:

    This event is occurring in "England", on an island called "Britain", which is part of "Europe", and not the "Arabian peninsulla" or indeed "South Asia".

    I don't see your logic other than the blogs name.

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  5. Come on, Munguin - that's a pedant's point and not like you at all. What about the substance of the post?

    If you've watched this blog for any time you'll know that Scotland isn't immune - eg payments were offered to immigrants by the last govt to move north - I hope your Welcome Mat is ready.

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