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I wish I felt as optimistic as you Mr Pipes, until Cameron ditches the human rights act nothing will change.

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Submitted by disillusioned (United Kingdom), Feb 22, 2011 at 10:29

I give up, one speech by David Cameron and people all of a sudden feel optimistic about the future of the U.K. Actions speak louder than words, and so far I see no action, and do not foresee future action, it is just a smoke screen, as long as our hands are tied by the human rights act we are sitting ducks for the Islamists. The U.K. is a safe haven for all terrorists, they cry. scream, and demand their human rights.

Islam is not compatible with the West, and we should not pander to Islamsists, the more you give, the more they want. They are like children having tantrums, they never want to share their toys, they are always the victims, when they do not get their own way, they scream racism where no racism exists and lo and behold successive governments give in to their demands, as no-one wants to be seen as a racist.

We have madame Warsi, a conservative Islamic m.p. screaming Islamophobia, telling the media that Islamophobia is the normal dinner table chat, Who the hell does she think she is, I can think of far more interesting subjects to discuss around the dinner table, Islam is of no importance to me, has she been around a normal family dinner table? I don't think so, Does she feel Islam is at the centre of our universe? Sorry madame Warsi you are extremely deluded. This from one of Mr Camerons own m.p's, and yet you feel optimistic.

The U.K. is one of the most tolerant countries in Europe, or at least was one of the most tolerant, until we imported Islam on a mass scale. Islam is not a religion, it is a hideous cult of the most intolerant kind, such intolerant people, supposedly escaping brutal regimes come to the West, and hey, they decide they don't quite like what they see here, no problem they will create their own home from home,and demand sharia law. Don't people realise what is happening?

We have gone through two world wars to gain the freedoms that we have today, unless something is done about the human rights act, we are leaving our children with the legacy of world war three as Islam has ensconsed itself not only in Europe, but world-wide, and they do not want to live side by side in harmony, they want total domination.

Mr Pipes, I would love to share in your optimism, unfortunately I will only feel optimistic when the human rights act, (or should I say the human wrongs act) is firmly where it should be.....in the bin.....

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