Tuesday, August 29, 2006

India - If you don't like it "leave the country"

We sure are hearing this more and more these days. From Australia to Britain and now India, more and more people are starting to stand up to Muslims. You either come here integrate into our society or leave.

Mr Naqvi, vice-president of the Bharatiya Janata Party, has said, "Those who oppose our National Song should better leave the country." Their opposition to the song "is a reflection of their separatist mindset", he says. Mateen Ahmed, chairman, Delhi Wakf Board, and an Independent MLA, has said that the Shahi Imam has a "vitiated mind". Vande Mataram is being politicised by Muslim leaders without a political base.

Those here in Britain who don't want to integrate, who want Chrismas, piggy banks and Piglett too banned, and who want to live under Islamic law, might consider moving to a country that better suits your lifestyle.

We are finally starting to see people's eyes opening and they've seen enough Muslim appeasment. About time too.

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