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Reader comment on item: [Pew Poll on] How Muslims Think
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Submitted by T J (United Kingdom), Mar 4, 2009 at 12:19

Hi, I live in London, U.K, and our muslim problem is getting out of control. Let me enlighten you all... The U.K and the USA have an undeniably special relationship with one another, however, the USA seems to be far less tolerant with muslim immigrants than the U.K. I have spent a fair amount of time in NYC, and whilst very culturally diverse, very much like London, the muslim population seems to be far less apparent.

In London, it is becoming a joke. There are muslims & mosques literally everywhere. Its ridiculous. The thing is, everyone else (aside from a few individuals obviously) seem to get on fine. I have black, friends, eastern European friends, oriental friends, Indian friends etc. We all get along great, go out on the town, have fun and party. We share common interests and also embrace each others cultures with open arms. The same cannot be said for the muslim community. They segregate themselves from us and really genuinely hate us all. Heres a couple of experiences which really made me stand up and think about the state of our city and country:

Last Christmas (i'm agnostic but still) I was doing some shopping in Kingston town, in South-West London where there was a big Christmas market with lots of CHILDREN have fun watching the entertainment . Upon leaving a shop in the main high street, I saw two muslim bastards walking through the parade shouting at the top of their voices 'F...YOUR JESUS, YOU SCUM, F... SCUM!" amongst other derogatory comments towards British people and Christians. As I said, I am not a Christian, but I completely respect anyone who believes in Christianity and lives their lives by good moral standards. I couldn't imagine the Christians walking through a busy high street shouting abusive, inappropriate obscenities in the presence of young children. No one did, or said anything to them. People are too scared of the consequences.

My mates dad suffered a very serious accident and has permanently lost the ability to use his right leg. After recovering from the accident, he changed his car to an auto and was given a disabled parking bay outside of his house......which was opposite a mosque. One Saturday, after returning home from shopping, he went to park his Ford Fiesta in his bay, but there was a large Mercedes parked in it with a muslim familly leaving the car. He said 'what the bloody hell are you doing? Thats my space, I can't walk mate?!' The bloke replied, ' i'll be a minute'. No apology or anything. After an hour of waiting in his car on the street, he called the police and explained what had happened. 'Ok, we'll send someone out in a minute. Another hour went by and still no show from the police'. He rang again and was told the patrol car would be there soon. Another two hours went by, he phoned the police again and this time was told that they wouldn't send anyone out because they didn't want any accusations of racism or such like. So my mate gets back from his shift and sees his distressed dad in the car unable to get in the house and after hearing the police's response, takes the law into his own hands and pours paint stripper all over the muslims' Mercedes and puts a brick through the front window. Who get arrested, prosecuted and fined? My mate. If the police and the rest of the country grew some f*cking plums, maybe we wouldn't have to deal with these stone age bastards anymore.



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