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A cuckoo's egg in the nest.

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Submitted by Paul Bastier (Malaysia), Oct 25, 2006 at 23:40

The United Kingdom of Great Britain as for many years been targeted by radical fundamentalist Muslim imams, scholars and organizations because as a good place to set up their operations because of our very generous immigration and asylum laws. The UK is one of the most difficult places to get anybody extradited from. This has made it the location of choice for those radicals who have fled or who are wanted in their own country for seditious and criminal activities.

We in the UK have a particular problem with Islam in so far as we have imported about a million Deobandi Muslims from Pakistan. Deobandi Muslims have much in common with the Taliban and wahhabi Muslims. They are fingers of the same hand. They are all jihadits sects of Islam that preach a radical fundamentalist interpretation of the Koran and have a inherent hatred for the Shia Muslims, Jews and Christians. Many of the mosques in UK are now under the control of imported Deobandi / wahhabi imams. Many of them are funded by Saudi Arabia. Radical Islamic groups are a tumour that must be excised from our society before it causes civil conflict. Like all tumours, the longer you leave it the worse the prognosis for survival.

To date the government and politicians of the UK have failed to deal with this problem hoping that it will either go away or the ethnic people will learn to accept it and live with it. Let us not forget that government for the most part look to short term gains and the image of their party while they are in power. They do not normally concern themselves with what will happen to the country when they have retired and gone of to live in their luxury homes in Tuscany or Switzerland etc.

I firmly believe that we are witnessing the demise of our culture and the peace, unity and stability of our country through political correctness and the government's fear of confronting radical fundamentalist Islam in the UK. It may not only be fear. It might also have something to do with our dependence on oil most of which comes from Islamic countries and also the arms trade which brings us billions of dollars and provides thousands of jobs. It's good for the economy. Tony Blair and his government would not be willing to go head on and offend the Saudis by refusing entry into the country to their imams or stopping the Saudi funding of mosques, madrasas and publishing houses in the UK. I see this not only as reprehensible but also treason against the people of the UK because by his and his government's refusal to extradite the dangerously seditious non national fundamentalist Muslims he is steering the country down the road of eventual a civil religious war. The conditions are there for an ultra right wing party to rise up in UK and if this happens the blame can be squarely laid at the door of Tony Blair and his government for the failure to deal with the problem.

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