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What A Catastrophe!

Posted in America, Britain, Conservative Party, Elections, European Union, Immigration, News, Politics, UK on 11/06/2017 by floroy1942
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A Campaign That Went Horribly Wrong

Theresa May was confident of victory in the recent election but it has all gone pear-shaped. She lost a lot of seats in the Commons and is now ruling by a thread. Her attempts to get the DDP backing is not going too well and it seems she may not be P.M. for much longer.

In effect, the election has backfired on her and she is in dire trouble. She insists she will still run the country, but for how long? Coupled with the Brexit negotiations this has been the biggest hiccup in a long time.

I shudder to think how the Brexit negotiations will go if Corbyn ever gets to be Prime Minister, for he is weak and may well give in to many of Europe’s demands.

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Lets Hope He Never Gets To Live In No. 10

He is flying high at the moment because of the Labour victory at the polls, but I think if he becomes Prime Minister many of his voters will rue the day they voted for him. The man is a fool and has made many promises to the electorate, but if he gets into power, how many will he keep. Like the last labour government under Tony Blair he will drive the country into debt with all his promises.

He has already said that he will not restrict the inflow of refugees into the country, most of whom are Muslims and that will cause havoc in the future. We already have far too many Muslims in the country and they are steadily taking over towns and large parts of cities. If Corbyn allows ever more in, how long will it be before they take over the whole country?

The politics of Britain are at the moment an utter shambles, and with the Brexit negotiations coming up within a couple weeks who knows what sort of deal will be made with Europe. I think we will come out of it much better if Theresa May handles the negotiations rather than Corbyn.

Roy.

Brexit – What An Absolute Mess!

Posted in America, Benefits, Britain, Conservative Party, European Union, Immigration, News, People's Rights, Politics, UK with tags , , , , on 04/11/2016 by floroy1942

The decision was taken by the people of Great Britain to leave the European Union before it totally destroyed us, but now, Gina Miller, a woman obviously looking out for her own business interests, filed a law suit to stop Brexit through the Courts, and won! The big question now is where do we go from here?

On the one hand we have the will of the British people, who by a majority voted that we should leave the Union, and on the other hand, a single business woman, with her colleague hairdresser Deir Dos Santos, who may well have destroyed the whole deal.

To my mind this is not democracy, this is a farce when one woman can stop something that the majority of the nation has voted for. To me it beggars belief. The High Court judges ruled that it should be put to a vote in Parliament before Article 50 is triggered, indicating that the will of the people has no significance.

Theresa May said she would initiate Article 50 in March next year but now, but that is no longer certain. The whole idea could be crushed, because it is well known that a majority of M.P’s are against separation from Europe.  This means that many M.P’s could be going against the wishes of the general public they represent, possibly for their own ends.

As you would expect, this has thrown the whole Brexit idea into chaos. We have to hope that cool heads will rule as this problem progresses, for it has been made known that this case will now be taken to the highest court in the land, and if that fails it will go the the European Court. To be honest, if it goes to the European Court I cannot see any of the judges going against today’s ruling. So despite the wishes of the people in this country, this could turn out to be a long drawn out process that could very well upset the British people’s desire for Brexit.

It is well known that two thirds of M.P’s in the House of Commons do not favour leaving the European Union despite all the plans that Brussels has for us, like forming the United States of Europe under their direct control. Many of them will vote against the idea, and if they win it will put a nail in the coffin of democracy in this nation.

It is a fact that since the referendum, many European countries have begun looking at the idea of leaving themselves. This is evident in Germany after Merkel’s stupid invitation to more than a million immigrants, and also in France, Holland, Denmark, Sweden and many others. People are feeling decidedly unhappy about the number of immigrants that are pouring into the continent from all over the world.

From the beginning the non-elected leaders of Europe have said that Britain must allow free movement of people across our borders if we are to have free trade with Europe. When you consider that the greater majority of immigrants want to come to the U.K. because of our generous benefits system, the country would be literally swamped with migrants all demanding benefits. In many cases immigrants are living a far better life than many of our own workers because of this.

Those immigrants that want to work will be accepting wages far below that of an English worker, and as it is doing now, driving wages down for everybody. If this goes on it will destroy the whole economy of the country.

Theresa May must fight this stupid ruling, or ensure that sufficient M.P’s vote for the Brexit plan, or we are doomed. It is tragic that one stupid woman could bring down an entire country.

Roy.

An Interesting View On Why Britain Should Leave The European Union.

Posted in America, Britain, Conservative Party, David Cameron, England, European Union, Germany, Human Rights, News, UK with tags , , , , on 12/03/2016 by floroy1942

A very interesting view on the possibilities of Britain leaving the European Union. This is quoted as being written by the well known author Frederick Forsyth who has had many successful books published. He has laid out the situation in Europe in a very clear and concise manner, as well as giving some foresight into the past and how the Union was formed, and why.

“A long time ago a very wise old man advised me thus: “If ever you are confronted by a highly complex situation and a decision cannot be avoided, never rush to an early emotional judgment. Subject the subject to the four-pronged ARID. It stands for Analyse, Research, Identify and then Decide.”  We all now face the decision: should we continue as obedient members of the EU or should we sever the link? Let me try to apply the old man’s advice.

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Any country other than a shambolic anarchy must have a government. That said, most governmental systems end with the five-letter “cracy” derived from the Greek for “rule”. There are about 10. We know about autocracy, rule by a single tyrant. There is theocracy, rule by the priestly caste, such as Iran.  Add stratocracy, rule by the army (Egypt) and plutocracy (by the very rich). We have seen gerontocracy, with the reins of power in the hands of the extremely old – the Soviet politburo in its last days. And aristocracy, rule by the nobles, long gone.   But two are with us and visible. One is bureaucracy, government by the officials, the constant competitor for power with rule by the “demos”: the people. Democracy. It is by far the hardest to establish.  It is the most fragile, the easiest to fake with rigged elections, meaningless ceremonies and elaborate charades. I estimate about 100 phoney democracies worldwide. But ours is parliamentary democracy so let’s give it a glance.  Of course it is indirect. We cannot expect the electorate to go to the polls for every tiny decision. So we divide the country into 650 constituencies with one MP for each. The party with the most MPs in Westminster governs for five years. At the pinnacle is the Cabinet and, with encircling junior ministers, forms the Government, which I will call the power.  But there is more. The power is held to account, not five-yearly, not annually or monthly but every day. Doing this is the official Opposition but also the backbench MPs even of the government party. This “holding to account” is vital. Assisting these critics is hopefully a free and unafraid press.

I have travelled very widely, seen the good, the bad and the very ugly and have come firmly to the view that with all its flaws the British parliamentary form of democracy is the best in the world. Not for those in power but for the people who between elections still have a voice. It is against this template that we can judge the system of the EU.

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Just after the war a group of men, politicians, thinkers, intellectuals and theorists, formed around Frenchman Jean Monnet, became convinced that what they had witnessed at close quarters – the utter destruction of their continent in a vicious war – must never, ever, happen again. It was not a bad view-point, indeed it was a noble one.  They then analysed the problem and came up with two solutions. The first was that the various and disparate nations of Europe west of the Iron Curtain must somehow be unified into one under a single government. They accepted that this might take two, even three generations but must be done. This was not an ignoble vision.  It was their second conclusion to which I take exception. The whole group was mesmerised by one fact. In 1933 the Germans, seized by rabid nationalism, voted Adolf Hitler into power. Their conclusion: the people, any people, were too obtuse, too gullible, too dim ever to be safely entrusted with the power to elect their government.  People’s democracy was flawed and should never be permitted to decide government again if war was to be avoided. Real power would have to be confined to a non-elective body of enlightened minds like theirs.

In the 70 years since, the theory has never changed. It remains exactly the same today. The British Cabinet has power and may delegate that power to a wide range of civil servants: police chiefs, generals, bureaucrats. But it itself remains elective. The people can change it via the polling booth. Not in the EU. The difference is absolutely fundamental. They realised, those founders, that there would have to be façades erected to persuade the gullible that democracy had not been abolished in the new utopia. There is indeed a European Parliament – but with a difference.  In London it is the Commons that is the law-giver, the Upper House is the vetting and endorsing chamber. In Brussels the EU Parliament has no lower house, it is the endorsing chamber. It ratifies what the real power, the non-elective European Commission, has decided.  The broad masses would also have to be convinced that the purpose of the Monnet utopia was economic and thus about prosperity. This untruth has prevailed to this day and is the main plank of the establishment propaganda in our present British decision-making.  In fact the final destination of the EU is entirely political. It is the complete political, legal and constitutional unification of the continent of Europe into a single entity: the State of Europe. This clearly cannot make war against itself, thus guaranteeing peace. Albeit without democracy.

It is amazing how many intelligent people have fallen for this fiction. Thus David Cameron can tell us with a straight face that he repudiates the three pillars of the EU – the doctrine of even closer union, a single external border but no internal ones (Schengen) and a single currency (eurozone) – but still thinks we will sit at the top table. He believes the EU is about trade and tariffs. No, that’s what we thought we joined.

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Back in the 1960s one British premier (Macmillan) after another (Heath) came to the view that with the empire departing into independence and the USA becoming more protectionist our economic days were numbered. If the world beyond the oceans was not communist it was Third World, meaning impoverished.  Both premiers became convinced the future lay east across the Channel. Back then the union was six countries: Germany, France, Italy, plus minnows Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg. Wealthy, especially Germany, booming. Just the trading partners we needed.  So under Heath we joined the Common Market. As a trading nation for centuries we were delighted to do so. Then the lies began. It would never go further, we were told. The Six became the Nine but all in western Europe.   Heath lied to us. He said there would never be any question of “transfer of significant sovereignty”. He had read the whole Treaty of Rome. No one else had. He knew this was just the tip of the iceberg.

Then in 1992 came the Maastricht Treaty. We were told it was just tidying up loose ends. More lies. It was transformational. It created the European Union. Slowly, decree by decree, rule by rule, law by law, our ancient right to govern ourselves the way we wanted to be governed and by whom was transferred from London to Brussels. Today 60% of all laws are framed in Brussels, not London.  The lies multiplied. The entire establishment, much espoused of power without accountability, has become hugely enamoured of the new governmental system. Less and less need to consult those wretched people, the voters.  It is no coincidence that the five professions that worship power – politicians, bureaucrats, diplomats, quangocrats and lawyers, plus the two that lust for money, bankers/ financiers and tycoons – today constitute almost the whole of the stay-in campaign. Almost to a man.  And the lies proliferate. “There is no intention to proceed to a superstate.” Really? Read the Treaty of Rome. That is the whole point of the EU. What is not said is that in a unified continent there can be no place for the independent, autonomous, self-governing sovereign nation/state.  The two are a contradiction in terms. Only here in the UK is that denied. In Brussels it is accepted as wholly obvious. “The end of nation” is regarded as a work in progress. Endgame is foreseen as a decade, maybe two.

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The referendum decision of June 23 will be the last ever, the decision permanent. So this is your choice. This is about the country in which we will spend the rest of our lives, the land we will pass on to our children and grandchildren.  What kind of a country, what kind of a governmental system? People’s democracy or officialdom’s empire? Our right to hold power to account or just two duties: to pay and obey? For me it is simple and takes just five words. I want my country back.”

Certainly ‘food for thought’.

Roy.

Cameron And The Human Rights Act

Posted in Britain, Conservative Party, David Cameron, European Union, Human Rights, Immigrants, Justice, News, Politics with tags , , , , on 31/05/2015 by floroy1942
A Man With A Hard Job Ahead Of Him.

A Man With A Hard Job Ahead Of Him.

The European Human Rights Act (EHRA) has for years been a bone of contention in the United Kingdom. Now it seems that David Cameron is trying to get it replaced with a British Human Rights Act (BHRA). I wish him luck, but it seems it will be a hard road to follow.

Already some Tory backbenchers are rebelling against the decision, some after having quiet conversations with Nicola Sturgeon who is dead against the idea. She is very busy sowing the seeds of dissension among Cameron’s backbenchers to back up her own refusal to accept the planned legislation.

Nicola Sturgeon - A Woman Who Knows What She Wants And How To Get It!

Nicola Sturgeon – A Woman Who Knows What She Wants And How To Get It!

What some of these people do not seem to realize is that immigrant criminals, and even British criminals are making a joke of British justice by using this act to escape proper punishment, or in the case of many immigrants, to evade deportation. The list of problems caused by this Act is endless, and it fails to ensure that justice is done in many areas.

Before Tony Blair brought in the HRA in 1998 there was nothing wrong with the justice system in this country. It worked well, for all classes of people. Justice was done and more importantly, seen to be done. Now we have a pot pourri of laws that allow many criminals to escape proper justice because of the dictates from Strasbourg.

The HRA is intended to protect ‘right to life, privacy, and free speech’ among others, but when you look at life in the U.K. today, at least free speech has been successfully stifled by Tony Blair’s Race Laws which protect immigrants. Say a single word against immigrants on the street today and you are immediately arrested. But as we all know, the reverse is not true!

Rights For Whom?

Rights For Whom?

There have been many cases of immigrant career criminals that our courts have not been able to deport because of Article 8 of the EHRA, which is the so-called ‘Right to Family Life’. So we are forced to allow them to stay and they continue with their chosen profession.

As I have often said, it took more than ten years before Britain could deport the two Muslim Imams who were recruiting impressionable young Muslims to go and fight for the Jihad. You may remember Abu Qatada and Abu Hamsa. Ten years of constant appeals to the Human Rights Court in Strasbourg about one thing or another, but we won eventually, even if it did cost the tax payer many millions.

Aso Mohammed Ibrahim Will Be Allowed To Remain In The UK Despite Leaving Amy Houston, 12 Dying In The Road.

Aso Mohammed Ibrahim Was Allowed To Remain In The UK Despite Leaving Amy Houston, 12 Dying In The Road.

There is also another story I wrote about an immigrant career criminal who ran over a small girl with his car. He stopped, got out of the car and looked at her, but instead of trying to help he drove over her with his rear wheels and sped off. Needless to say she died. The Justice system wanted to deport him because of his continuous criminal activities but couldn’t because he claimed a right to family life with an English girl he married. They did not live in the same town let alone the same house, but Strasbourg told Britain we could not deport him. Such is the Human Rights Act in all its glory!

It is true that there is much good in the Act for it protects many otherwise vulnerable people, but there are areas where it goes much too far, especially in the area of crime. Now the Court wants to stop us sentencing serial murderers and rapists to life imprisonment for example! They say we must review the case every so often with a view to releasing these maniacs!

The Fate Of British Justice

The Fate Of British Justice

Believe me when I say we would be much better off without this millstone around our necks, and introduce a proper Bill of Rights for the U.K. One that at least ensures that justice can be done as in the old days, but at the same time protects the vulnerable. What we have now is totally inadequate, for it can be misused in many ways by those wishing to escape justice.

Roy.

The British Referendum On Europe

Posted in Britain, Conservative Party, David Cameron, European Union, Government, Immigrants, News, Parliament, Politics, UK with tags , , , , on 21/05/2015 by floroy1942

David Cameron promised a referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union (E.U.) and it got him elected, apart from the fact he had no real competition (I say that because no-one with any intelligence would vote for that clown Miliband). Cameron promised the referendum before the end of 2017 and this time he will have to honour that promise.

Which Is More Important?  Our Country Or The Union?

Which Is More Important? Our Country Or The Union?

It is still 2015 and yet the muck is starting fly already because some people are insisting that E.U. migrants living in the U.K. should be allowed to vote in the referendum. How totally stupid is that!

The problem seems to be that there are over one million E.U. migrants living in the U.K., and they could well tip the balance to us staying in when the majority of British people want us to get out. They will certainly vote to stay in for their own interests.

In my view, another thorn in the side are the immigrants that have flooded in since Tony Blair opened the doors to this country. We currently have 7.5 million immigrants in the country who make up 11.9% of the total population. They too will have a huge effect on the outcome of this referendum. I believe these people will also vote to stay in because they can see major immigration curbs coming if we opt out, and they may prevent family members from joining them.

The idea has been put forward that only those born and bred should be allowed a vote, and to be honest, I agree. If that is not the case then the future of this country could well be decided by the immigrant population, and that is not right.

A Man With A Dilemma. Let's Hope He Makes The Right Decision

A Man With A Dilemma. Let’s Hope He Makes The Right Decision

David Cameron has said that he will make his decision known before the referendum date, but I for one hope he airs on the side of caution. Currently there are worries that pro-Europeans will try to rig the outcome by demanding that everyone has a say in the final vote. If that happens, in my view it will be a disaster. E.U. immigrants are currently allowed to vote in local and European elections but not general elections and that is how it should stay.

Some people in parliamentary circles are pushing for the referendum to be brought forward to 2016. Labour leadership front-runner Andy Burnham said in an interview, “It should be in the Queen’s Speech that it should be in 2016, and the message I would send to Cameron is that I would offer support to deliver it in 2016. It is not going to be in anybody’s interest for this to rumble on through this parliament. We have to get to it. We have to do it, embrace the argument. That is the most fundamental problem facing British business right now.” I wonder however if he will support the government on the voting question. It should be interesting to find out.

I hope that we can get out from under the yoke of Europe that dictates to us how we should run our country. With its Human Rights Laws, Immigration Laws and Justice Laws etc. this country is slowly being strangled, and any true born and bred British person has less rights than an immigrant! That is not the way it is supposed to be. We need to leave Europe and run our own affairs as we have always done, for the experiences of the past have proven that our system works, and works well.

Roy.

THIS Is Punishment? You Must Be Joking!

Posted in Britain, Conservative Party, England, European Union, Human Rights, Justice, News, Political Correctness, Prison, Riot with tags , , , , on 30/03/2015 by floroy1942

If you commit a crime you go to prison right? Prison is supposed to be a punishment for the criminal to ensure that he changes his ways and becomes a better citizen, right? Well, if you thought that you would be very wrong!

A news item released today has once again revealed that prisoners in our jails have a better life than you or I, and there is no such thing as punishment for crimes committed in this ‘enlightened’ age! The whole episode makes a mockery of British Justice.

It concerns a ‘drug lord’ who was sentenced to five years but is living the high life in prison with all the comforts of home, and many you would love to have. Jason Crocker, 36 was caught by the police selling drugs, and these are photographs of his cell that he took himself and posted on Facebook:

Crocker's Prison Cell complete With TV , Music Centre, Gaming Station And A Whole Lot More. He Even Has A Box Of Expensive Cigars!

Crocker’s Prison Cell complete With TV , Music Centre, Gaming Station And A Whole Lot More. He Even Has A Box Of Expensive Cigars!

Another View - His Array Of Soaps, Lotions, Toothpastes And Assorted Male Perfumery

Another View – His Array Of Soaps, Lotions, Toothpastes And Assorted Male Perfumery

How on earth are prisoners living in the lap of luxury supposed to feel remorse for their actions and become reformed citizens? How on earth is living like this supposed to be a punishment?

The following are some of the public’s reactions to this article:

“How can this be allowed to happen? Surely the person(s) responsible for making these misery mongers lives comfortable in prison should disciplined and dismissed! It makes my blood boil… ” 

“What the hell is the prison service up to? That governor should be sacked on the spot and someone with the balls to impose a proper regime installed. Everything in that cell that is non-regulation should be confiscated immediately as a starter.”

“What is the world coming to. this guy seems to be having a better life than me and I’ve never done a thing wrong in my life. its time the government stamped down on this and made prison what its supposed to be and that’s punishment not a life of Riley.” 

“I can’t afford a games cube! I’ve never been in prison but it sounds wonderful!! Are we really allowing this to go on at the tax payers expense? He was a dirty drug dealer, destroying people’s lives for goodness knows how long & should not have anything other than a toilet in his cell. There is no deterrent in prison sentences. Make them work, bring back the harshest regime!”

I have to agree with all the sentiments above, but thanks to the Human Rights Laws from Brussels, and the ‘Goody-Goody Brigade’ here at home, we have reached a stage where there is no longer an incentive for criminals to ‘go straight’ when released.

Jason Crocker

Jason Crocker

If they get caught they receive a paltry sentence, even for murder, and then live a life of luxury behind bars at the Tax Payers expense. The only thing they miss is their freedom of movement. This is just not right, and it’s time we had a government willing and able to do something about it.

Send in the Riot Squad or Army and remove all the niceties from every cell and replace it with the standard bed and toilet, then lets see how they reform.

Prison guards should stop being ‘Mr. Nice Guy’ and be very strict, allowing only that which is necessary for living without all the comforts of home. Any guard who is caught allowing ‘contraband’ into the prison receives an automatic six months sentence and is fired from his job.

The Results Of A Prison Riot

The Results Of A Prison Riot

You can be sure there will be prison riots, but the moment trouble breaks out the Riot Squad or Army go in and sort it out. A few soldiers armed with batons and fire-hoses should be able to sort that out.

Prison Riot Squad

Prison Riot Squad

There can be little doubt that we need more prison guards who can watch the movements of prisoners at all times and quell trouble the moment it starts. A system of isolating a trouble spot in the prison is vital to stop it spreading to other wings. The answer to all prison riots is isolation and a quick response to prevent it spreading. Another essential is allowing only small groups of prisoners to move about the prison.

Work is another essential that is missing today, for it is far better to have prisoners working eight hours a day than lounging around playing snooker or watching TV. It is way past time that they made a contribution to society during their incarceration instead of living the kind of life many of us can only dream about.

Roy.

Too Little Too Late?

Posted in Britain, Conservative Party, David Cameron, England, European Union, Human Rights, Immigrants, Muslim, News, Sharia Law with tags , , , , on 29/03/2015 by floroy1942

I was somewhat surprised to read in the news last Monday that the government is at last promising moves to crack down on Muslim extremist preachers and Sharia Courts. A great initiative, but could it possibly be too late, for much of the damage has already been done. But there again, better late than never…right!

Cameron - "Damn I Should Have Thought Of This Earlier"

Cameron – “Damn I Should Have Thought Of This Earlier”

To be honest it does make me want to vote Conservative at the election, because there will never be such a plan put forward by that clown Miliband and his Labour Party, for they rely too much on the Muslim vote.

It is well known that certain Muslim areas of British cities and towns are run on the principal of Sharia Law, and the law of the land is being totally ignored. Not only that, for at least twelve years extremist Muslim clerics have been preaching hate to many of the Muslim communities in our midst.

Anjam Choudrey And His Message

Anjam Choudrey And His Message

Remember Abu Qatada and Abu Hamsa? Anjam Choudrey still walks the streets reciting his message of hate to anyone who will listen, and let us not forget our Universities that invite radical clerics to address seminars!

The messages of hate for the British people, our land and traditions have been spread far and wide by these people for more than a decade, and only now will the government do something about it. It really makes you wonder who’s side they are on.

This blatant hate campaign should have been stamped out as soon as it began, and we should have impressed on the Muslim community that we will not stand for it. Either they adapt to our ways or they can leave, it’s as simple as that.

Banned Radical Cleric Sheikh Omar Bakri Mohamed

Banned Radical Cleric Sheikh Omar Bakri Mohamed

It is one thing to go after these people and quite another when we try to deport them, for we have seen with the Qatada and Hamsa cases that they can spin out their appeals for more than ten years before we finally deport them. It is for this reason that I think they should be deported immediately once sufficient proof has been collected, and if they wish to appeal they can do it from their own country.

As we all know, the Human Rights Laws passed on to us by Brussels have been a big thorn in the side of British Justice, for literally thousands of criminals and radicals have escaped deportation by using these laws. It is way past time that the government told Brussels where to shove them, for our own laws have always been adequate in seeing  proper justice done.

Theresa May

Theresa May

Home Secretary Theresa May said on Monday, “To those who choose consciously to reject our values and the basic principles of our society, the message is clear: the game is up. We will no longer tolerate your behaviour.”

Under a Conservative government she said, measures would be brought in to include bans for groups which fell short of current terrorism proscription orders, closure orders to shut down premises owned or used by extremists, and extremism disruption orders to target individuals who incite hatred. Regarding Sharia Law she said there would also be an independent figure commissioned to investigate the use of Islamic law by Sharia councils, used to settle family and inheritance disputes by some British Muslims.

Sadly, the one thing she did not mention is the deportation of offenders, and that in my view is one of the most important factors. There can be little doubt that it is very important to rid the country of all these trouble makers so that those who live here can do so in peace.

Some Muslims Want Peace In Our Land!

Some Muslims Want Peace In Our Land!

I am sure it will be much easier for the average Muslim to assimilate into British society if they do not have a radical cleric whispering subversion in their ear. I am sure we will see a lot less Muslim youth sneaking off to Syria and Iraq to fight with the Islamic State, and Muslim criminals will certainly be less troublesome if they know they can no longer hide behind the Human Rights laws to stay in the country.

I am fairly sure that if we take the right steps to eradicate Muslim subversion Britain will be a lot happier place to live. Let’s hope it happens!

Roy.

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