Thursday, August 24, 2006

Islam poses a threat to the West, say 53pc in poll

It appears that some Brit's eyes are being opened as to the dangers of rampant immigration of Muslims into the country. However it poses some interesting questions and considerations:

I wonder if the Brits will still allow that 70,000 seat mosque in London for the Olympics. We know how dangerous mosques can be. Wonder if Red Ken Livingstone will still back the project.

I fear to think of what security for the Olympics is going to cost with both imported and domestic muslims looking to blow up and butcher everything in sight.

Didn't the Brits pass some anti-Blasphemy laws after 7/7 to appease Islam and muslims? Wonder how that's working out for them.

Haven't heard much from ol' George Galloway since he was on Al Jazeera a week or two ago begging Islam for money. All the world knows that muslims are true altruists who would NEVER expect anything in return for their donations to him. Wonder what his thoughts on that mass-murder airline plot are.

Now that Brits are starting to wake up to the danger they've imported, they have no weapons available to defend themselves, the govt having confiscated them all. We in America will NEVER give up our rights to defend ourselves in favor of some far away government having to defend us in times of need.

I wonder if the government of Britain will finall get the message that they're PAYING for this terrorism against its citizens. They make sure that they have welfare money for food, housing paid at State expense, health care in the NHS. In fact the muslims, if I have the straight of it, have precious little to do all day, day in and day out, except hang around the mosque and talk shop -- jihad, how to kill all the people providing them with their goodies.

Oh well. Strange system at work in England.

A growing number of people fear that the country faces 'a Muslim problem' and more than half of the respondents to the YouGov survey said that Islam posed a threat to Western liberal democracy. That compares with less than a third after the September 11 terrorist attacks on America five years ago.

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The proportion of those who believe that "a large proportion of British Muslims feel no sense of loyalty to this country and are prepared to condone or even carry out acts of terrorism" has nearly doubled from 10 per cent a year ago to 18 per cent now.

The number who believe that "practically all British Muslims are peaceful, law-abiding citizens who deplore terrorist acts as much as any- one else" has fallen from 23 per cent in July last year to 16 per cent.

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A higher proportion than last year now feels that the police and MI5 should focus their counter-terrorism efforts on Muslims and far fewer people are worried that such an approach risks dividing the country or offending law-abiding Muslims.

Most strikingly, there has been a substantial increase over the past five years in the numbers who appear to subscribe to a belief in a clash of civilisations. When YouGov asked in 2001 whether people felt threatened by Islam, as distinct from fundamentalist Islamists, only 32 per cent said they did. That figure has risen to 53 per cent.

Five years ago, a majority of two to one thought that Islam posed no threat, or only a negligible one, to democracy. Now, by a similar ratio, people think it is a serious threat.

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She said: "Our ideas and policies should not be based on special treatment for minority ethnic faith communities. That would only exacerbate division rather than help build cohesion."
[ED: She says at the same time in another article it's reported about this new commission: It will also consider requests from Muslim groups for Islamic festivals to be bank holidays. They're still in appeasement mode.]


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