Woah now hold on there. 'In a matter if decades, Britain will be Islamic'. Now, putting aside my moral objections with Islam itself (and there are many), this is just bad science, and probably will not come to pass. Extrapolation should really be avoided without strong evidence of continuing dependence, it's more than likely the influx of Muslim migrants will decrease markedly within the next decade...
and i said:
Islamic immigration and colonisation of our inner cities shows no sign of slowing down. Nor does the construction of mosques and the influx of cash to these mosques from terrorists and ‘extremists’ from Saudi Arabia. Islamic births show no signs of slowing down. White births show no sign of increasing.
This results in population replacement.
Hence, Britain will become Islamic in a matter of decades. Go check the figures at Migration Watch - we’ve known this as fact for years.
nah man I fully hate this dude
1. Center for Social Cohesion: One Third of British Muslim students support killing for Islam
2. Policy Exchange: One third of British Muslims believe anyone who leaves Islam should be killed
3. GfK NOP: 28% of British Muslims want Britain to be an Islamic state
4. NOP Research: 68% of British Muslims support the arrest and prosecution of anyone who insults Islam;
5. Policy Exchange: 51% of British Muslims believe a woman cannot marry a non-Muslim. Only 51% believe a Muslim woman may marry without a guardian’s consent
6. NOP Research: 62% of British Muslims do not believe in the protection of free speech; Only 3% adopt a “consistently pro-freedom of speech line”
1. socialcohesion.co.uk site is down, PDF mirror here: conservativehome.blogs.com/files/1292336866_1-1.pdf
57% of Pakistani Britons are married to first cousins
53% of Muslim men and 76% of Muslim women are unemployed. (2010 EHRC figures)
Muslims make up 5% of the official UK population but account for 13% of the prison population. (Gatestone Institute)
In 2004 a third (33 per cent) of Muslims of working age in Great Britain had no qualifications – the highest proportion for any religious group. They were also the least likely to have degrees or equivalent qualifications (12 per cent) (ons.gov.uk/ons/index.html?id=963)
Sharia courts “as consensual as rape”
Female genital mutilation - unreported, ignored, unpunished
Migrants from Europe bringing girls to tolerant Britain for genital mutilation
Saudi school lessons in UK concern government
BBC’s Panorama claims Islamic schools teach anti-Semitism and homophobia
British schools where girls must wear the Islamic veil
Religious butchering now commonplace in Britain
Ex-soldier jailed for burning Koran
Muslim spared prison for anti-Semitic incitement to violence
Jailed for anti-Islam images in window
East London Mosque breaks its promise on homophobic speakers after just eight days
You should join the party I work for, Liberty GB. You have the right ideas!
Portraits of Elizabeth I of England from 1546 - 1600.
Like most monarchs of her day, Elizabeth was careful that her portraits depicted her as she wanted to be seen: young, strong and like a man in a woman’s body, so that her people would respect her and accept her as their ruler. Many paintings of the queen in old age present an eternally youthful Elizabeth. She had full control over the distribution of images of herself. In fact, she rarely sat for portraits, so one sitting provided a ‘pattern’ that was then repeated in various forms. Because of this it is hard for us to get an idea of what she really looked like.
In her book “Elizabeth the Queen”, Alison Weir describes the 25 year old Elizabeth as: “tall and slender, with a tiny waist, small bosom and beautiful, long-fingered hands, which it pleased her vanity to display to advantage in a variety of affected poses. She had a swarthy complexion like that of her mother, although she made a habit of whitening it with a lotion made up of egg-whites, powdered egg shell, poppy seeds, borax and alum, which made her face appear white and luminous. She had inherited also Anne Boleyn’s long, thin face, high cheekbones and pointed chin. From her father she had her red naturally curly hair and high, hooked nose.”