The Attorney General has revealed he has no way of extending the jail term - despite a huge number of requests for the hate preachers sentence to be reviewed.
The Government has failed to add the offence of inviting support for terror groups to list of those that can be reviewed under the “Unduly Lenient” sentencing scheme. He could be free in a little over two years.
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When I and others correctly point out that world cultures are often vastly different, and in hugely important respects entirely incompatible, I and others will inevitably be called bigots, Islamophobes, racists, the usual.
What could be more different or incompatible than democracy and theocracy? What could be more different or incompatible than freedom of speech and death for blasphemy? What could be more different or incompatible than women and men having the same civil rights and women being the legal property of men who decide how their lives should be lived? What could be more different or incompatible than freedom for homosexuals and death for homosexuals?
I’ll point out the obvious again: these things will not live side by side – it is either one or the other. There is no middle ground. In Muslim majority countries, blasphemy is usually illegal and often carries the death penalty, same for homosexuality, and to say that women are treated badly is the understatement of the millennium. Leaders and lefty journalists may continue to deny the incompatibility of Islam and democracy, but they very much speak with forked tongue. The people who are the most vocal advocates for multiculturalism know and acknowledge the existence of incompatible cultures, that’s why they came up with multiculturalism in the first place. The difference between the pro and anti-multiculturalism sides is that the pro side sees nothing wrong in other people’s cultures, regardless of oppressive or cruel they might be. All are equal. In effect, they do not distinguish between right and wrong, while questioning the morals of people who do.
This is the third part of my review of the brilliant book Easy Meat, by Peter McLoughlin. In the first two parts, I described how McLoughlin detailed some of the main causes of the mass rape of young girls in Rotherham and all over England: misogynistic Islamic doctrine, political correctness, and the one I believe to be near-top of the sinister list, the deceptive and immoral notion of multiculturalism.
Peter McLoughlin described the victims of mass rape by Muslim gangs across the country as being victims of multiculturalism. He wrote:
Modern multiculturalism has been a short-sighted and cowardly doctrine, designed to suppress the conflicts between value systems of different cultures. It has meant that for 20 to 50 years, there has been mounting pressure (driven by a metropolitan elite who mostly live in middle-class, monocultural, Anglophone enclaves) to suppress any signs of the cultural conflict between the host culture and some antagonistic minority cultures. In the context of the suppression of information on the grooming gangs, thousands of innocent schoolgirls have had their lives ruined, ruined in ways hat most British people thought ended in the distant past. These schoolgirls were sacrificed so that the middle-class, monocultural elite did not have to entertain the disturbing idea that some cultures think slavery is legitimate, or that a 50 year old man having sex with a 9 year old girl is an act of piety.
To describe the young girls in Rotherham and elsewhere as having been sacrificed is entirely accurate. These rapes, as well as countless other crimes, were allowed to carry on largely to protect the notion that while cultures are different (hence multiculturalism), all the bad parts of other cultures have to be ignored and the message that multiculturalism is a positive experience of shared lives must be the only one in the mainstream public square. Critics of multiculturalism would, as usual, be smeared as racist.
Multiculturalism advocates are obsessed with protecting the ‘we are all the same’ delusion (while simultaneously celebrating “diversity”) and it is one of great con-tricks of the age. Not only do multis refuse to recognize cultural practices as deeply immoral, they insist that all immorality is equally immoral.
Take for example the leftists already arguing that homophobia in general is responsible for the gay-club slaughter in Orlando. This position doesn’t recognize that homophobia is worse in Muslim-majority societies than in any other: ‘gays face the same problems everywhere’ is the rather bizarre thinking. Just like post-Cologne when leftist multiculturalists jostled to be the first to put it down to misogyny as a whole, the same borderless fantasies are the prompt.
There are no borders, no countries, no national common cultures, no distinct historical developments that inevitably result in varied belief systems, none of this – we are all equal (but lets celebrate diversity).
Like political correctness, multiculturalism is simply a tool utilized by the left-dominated mainstream to disguise truths while causing confusion by simultaneously, and by definition, acknowledging those same truths. The truth is that some cultures simply will not mix, and this is acknowledged by virtue of the existence of multiculturalism itself. A further truth is that some cultures are brutal and violent while others are not, this truth is the one being disguised in service to a political ideal of “equality”; if people suffer, multiculturalism simply does not care.
Easy Meat is a must-read. It’s the most detailed examination of this tragic set of circumstances I have seen. It lays down the harsh reality – this violent conflict was always going to happen with mass global migration, and the efforts of our leaders have gone in to distorting the truth about it than they have in to preventing the conflict.
Anne Marie Waters ,
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Muster point is Rotherham Central Station at noon , with the walk to the Town Hall starting at 1pm for the speeches. Please do not arrive any earlier than 12 noon. Stewards will be on hand to direct you to where to stand.
For those of you travelling by car the designated car park is Water Street, Rotherham S60 1QZ
Follow M1 to Rotherway/A630 in Brinsworth. Take exit 33 from M1
Follow A630 and Centenary Way to Water St in Rotherham
Below is a map for your use on how to get from the Car Park to Rotherham Central
The walk will be peaceful and silent , so please ensure that there is no chanting.
No consumption of alcohol will be allowed, anyone seen consuming alcohol will have it taken away or be asked to leave the Walk.
There are to be no face coverings, if you wear one you will be asked to remove it.
Please do not wear colours from other organisations/groups , or display flags from other organisations/groups.
The Pegida UK team would like to thank everyone, in advance, for attending the demonstration and hope you all have a good day.Add a comment