Tuesday, July 12, 2005

Radicalizing the Brits

If reports that the 7/7 carnage was committed by "British" muslims prove correct, things are going to get really ugly for the Brit Muslim community.

We visited Nottingham on Saturday for an art exhibition. It's a very peaceful and pleasant city in the heart of England. Then today:

After an Asian man was killed today in a suspected racist attack in Nottingham, Assistant Commissioner Andy Hayman added a plea that no-one should take reprisals against the Muslim community.

The Army is getting restive.

Six former leaders of the Armed Forces are to attack the Government's "scandalous" pursuit of prosecutions against troops who have served in Iraq.

For the first time, all the retired chiefs of the defence staff will speak in a debate in the Lords on Thursday to condemn the investigations, which they say are severely undermining morale.

Tony Blair will be dismayed that a former key adviser, Lord Guthrie, who was the chief of the defence staff during the September 11 attacks, says there is a "complete misunderstanding of the law" and a lack of support for troops from the Ministry of Defence and ministers.

Mrs G, the moderate of the Gandalf household, is spitting mad. She wants to deport these Muslims, all their like, and all their families:

In Dalston market in north-east London on Thursday, “Abdullah,” a Muslim watch-mender and evangelist, was in a pugnacious mood.

“We don’t need to fight. We are taking over!” he said. “We are here to bring civilization to the West. England does not belong to the English people, it belongs to God.”

Hours after the bombings...in an Internet chat room run by British Muslim extremists. “They were all congratulating each other on the attacks,” ...“It was crazy. They were talking about how they had won a great victory over the infidels, as if they had just come back from a battle.”

And Brits are upset that a Muslim apologist for blowing the arms and legs of women is coming here to lecture, paid for by the Brit taxpayer.

Extremist Islamic scholar Tariq Ramadan, who backs suicide bombings, is to address a London conference part-funded by police.

This man’s suspected links with terrorists are strong enough for him to be banned from both America and France. But in our bomb-hit capital he is being given a platform to speak — while the victims of Britain’s worst terror atrocity wait to be buried.

The good news is that there's a good chance that someone will top the little pervert.

Finally, a small thing. Starting last weekend, many young women have started wearing WW2-style dresses.