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Pakistan and England

Reader comment on item: British Opinion Surveys from an Islamist Hell

Submitted by Mohan (United States), Jul 25, 2005 at 18:00

It is not a surprise that the bombers are of Pakistani origin. In fact it is quite simply, poetic justice. The British, all throughout the Indian Independance movement, aided and supported Jinnah and the Muslim league against Gandhi and the Hindus and the Sikhs. Jinnah called for massive killings of the Hindus; he didn't spend a day in jail for this genocide. Gandhi, who preached for religious tolerance, spent more than ten years in British jails.

If it were not British support, the first experiment in muslim theocracy of the 20th century, Pakistan, would never have come into existence. The British leftist government of that time, the architects of the present day multi-culti, clearly took the sides of the Muslims against the Hindus in India. Rather, it should be said that they organized the muslims as a force against a secular concept of India. Since then, the evil of religious partition has manifested itself into today's Pakistani culture of hatred, bigotry and violence.

In Britain, too, the British always favored the Muslims over any other religious or ethnic minority. Mulitculturalism in Britain is equivalent to a caste system: where some minorities are more equal and get preferential treatment over others. And now the darling religious minority of the British intellectuals and leftists are demanding an Islamic homeland in Britain itself.

As the British partitioned India, the Muslims will partition Britain. The sins of empire will come home to roost in the Home country itself. The Pakistani muslims will be leading the charge. And no one will deserve this more than the British.

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