Sunday, May 02, 2010

Dudley, Do Right

The English population is growing rapidly, thanks to Labour Party government scheme to import people to create a multi-cultural society, like it or not. Today in Dudley, Birmingham, the local mosque is too small for the exploding population of Muslims, who want build a large mosque to accommodate their population. The locals, other than the city council, objected, and the mosque, in spite of the people's wishes, is slated to go up. The English Defence League has arrived to demonstrate in favour of the people's will.

Today, from an eye-witness account:

Gangs of Muslims are roaming the streets with knives. We have had a lot of feedback from supporters in Dudley, and all are saying the same things, the police are letting this happen. Muslims are being allowed to walk around unchallenged with weapons. Knives, bricks, you name it. What is going on in this Country? There are hundreds of police there, but none seem to be doing anything about them. I will take this back if there are reports that hundreds of Muslims have been arrested for carrying weapons tomorrow, but I won't be holding my breath.

We ask ALL supporters if you truly support the EDL to mobilise to Dudley tomorrow. These lads who are there need your support, and they deserve it too.


Some of our supporters are at present barricaded on the roof of a derelict building near the site of the proposed £18m Mega Mosque in Dudley. They have food and water to last them weeks, and a pa system to give speeches. I believe they even have a Playstation! They will be playing the call to prayer to let those who are not bothered by this Mosque know what to look forward to.

Some might know Dudley as the location of the Led Zepplin IV album cover:
The 19th century rustic oil painting on the front of the album was purchased from an antique shop in Reading, Berkshire by Robert Plant. The painting was then juxtaposed and affixed to the internal, papered wall of the partly demolished suburban house for the photograph to be taken. The 20th century urban tower block on the back of the full gatefold album cover is Butterfield Court in Eves Hill, Dudley, England.

With a national election coming up, some of those people being replaced by others in favour of a multi-cultural utopia are asking questions about the future of their nation and their own lives. In answer to that, this is what the current prime minister thinks of his concerned constituents, which might, in part, explain why some men are on a roof-top cooking bacon sandwiches while police below do nothing about armed gangs of hostile Muslims roaming freely in the streets threatening those above:

Gordon Brown has been caught unawares calling a Labour-supporting pensioner who confronted him on the election campaign trail a "bigot".

Gillian Duffy, a 66-year-old widow, told the Prime Minister that she was concerned about immigration from Eastern Europe.

Mr Brown chatted to her for five minutes and appeared to end the conversation amicably, telling her she came from a "good family". But he was unaware that his microphone was still on as he got into his car and sped away, and was heard berating his staff for allowing the encounter. He told an aide: "That was a disaster. Should never have put me with that woman. [....] The aide asked what Mrs Duffy had said, and Mr Brown replied: "Everything. She's just a sort of bigoted woman who says she used to be Labour."

Led Zepplin, "When the Levee Breaks."


Anonymous said...

The tyranny of political correctness dogma is so huge that people such as Mrs Duffy, are unable to talk of immigration that really is disturbs most people. So they use East Europeans as 'whipping boys', as they are white. The fact is that East Europeans are not intent on destroying the cultural fabric of Britain. Neither are they involved in large scale immigration fraud, terrorism, or practising barbaric customs that are totally at variance with the cultural traditions of Britain/Europe.

I feel that it is not fair that East Europeans are being fingered for our disquiet over another demographic. East Europeans have not bombed us on 7/7, sent their young men, born and bred in the UK, to fight us in Afghanistan, or have the security agencies working flat out. It is not East Europeans who are doctrinally committed to replace our values with their own culture. Yet, as this group has remained silent, it is being whipped because of political correctness, and the general fear of being labeled 'racist' prevents mentioning the real fear. It is not right.

Dag said...

As we readers have come to expect from reading your comments over the years at Jihad Watch, DP111, are perceptive and sensible. As anyone familiar with psychology, ethology, or primatology, or especially anyone familiar with schoolground interactions, the party beaten on will turn to the next available weaker party to beat on in turn. Turning on Polish plumbers is the easy way out for distressed Brits, as unfair and likely as any victimizing by the bullied. I refer to this as "Left dhimmi fascism," a round, writing under the influence of Eric Fromm, of sado-masochism. Breaking that round of masochistic dhimmitude means leaving the collective and its "unfreedom" for the horror of the freedom escaped from. How does one convince the escapee, if Hoffer's thesis is as right as I think it is, that one is better off facing the horror of ones solitude in the universe as a hated self in favour of humility? To abandon ones self-loathing in favour of individuation and the horror of it would mean to surrender ones great hubris in the first place that charges one to turn on others, accepting oneself first as not-victim. To victimise the "other" in turn is to collectivise the masochism eternally.

Positing as axiomatic the natural right of everyman to free thought makes the mere replacement of one sado-fascist authority pointless at best. So, whether Islam or Obama, the tyranny is a matter of degree rather than kind. That leaves us with a hole in our theoretical needs, as far as I'm concerned. How to fill that hole is the larger part of the content of this blog.

Thanks for the comment. It sums up the point nicely.