Moderate Muslims marching against Shaira…

30 10 2009

Is this the reformation that I thought not possible?  Well, going by their website, it isn’t…

The old saying “no such thing as a free lunch” comes to mind, especially looking at what British Muslims for Secular Democracy aims are (the following taken from their website).

bmsd aims to:

  • Raise awareness within British Muslims and the wider public, of democracy particularly ‘secular democracy’ helping to contribute to a shared vision of citizenship (the separation of faith and state, so faiths exert no undue influence on policies and there is a shared public space).

Okay, so far so good, not even I can argue with that.

  • Encourage religious understanding and harmony, respect for different systems of beliefs, and encourage an understanding and celebration of the variety of Muslim cultures, values and traditions which are present in British society.

Here we go, why oh why should I be expected to understand, respect or celebrate Islamic culture I don’t know.  Understanding Islam is difficult as some say it’s the Relgion of Peace while some actions I’ve seen have been anything but peaceful.

bmsd will achieve this by:

  • Facilitating discourse and raising awareness of democracy particularly ‘secular democracy’ and its benefits.

So wish to engage with those that want Sharia, tell them they have a vote and then hope they buy into the secular motion of it…  excuse my lack of faith but surely the last thing we want to do is encourage these vagrants to vote.  Shahid Malik got in that way.

  • Facilitating broad and enlightened theological discourses, to enable British Muslims and the wider public to be better informed about the Islamic faith.

More promotion of Islam, especially their “enlightened theological” crap.

  • Raising awareness of religious influence on UK domestic and foreign policies, particularly those which may lead to undue effect on civil liberties.

Wait a minute, didn’t they want a secular society?  Now they wish to talk about religious influences on UK policies…  confusing to say the least.

  • Addressing Islamophobia and prejudice against Muslims and Muslim communities.

Oh yeah, those poor muslims, we must remember them in all this.

  • Working with UK and global Muslim and other organisations, opposing radicalism and intolerant beliefs.

So not just trying to reform Islam here but worldwide…  good luck against the Suadis.

  • Ensuring that politicians and community leaders encourage and practise transparency and ensure legitimate voting practices are followed.

Again, good luck against NuGov.

  • Engaging with marginalised Muslim communities, helping to identify root causes of deprivation and social exclusion, and help work towards a solution.

So more money given to immigrant layabouts, yeah, that’ll solve the problem (although create resentment, but I’m sure their confident that the Islamophobia counter-strategy will work).

  • Providing a lively and interesting social/educational programme which showcases the variety of Muslim histories, cultures, values and traditions in the UK today.

More education on Islam, boy, we won’t have much time to learn anything else at this rate.

  • Be responsive to the changing needs and pressures on succeeding generations of British Muslims and adjust and add to its programmes and projects accordingly.

Great, as time progresses and they achieve little victory after little victory, a stroke of a pen and presto, Sharia Law is the new project and voting is the way to achieve it.  Now let me remind myself.  This is a Christian based Country and going by recent history, even though it is usually the few fanatics, in every Nation that has a sizable Muslim population, it inevitably has problems.  Now okay, maybe we can laugh this off but if we cannot, then what?

st-george-grace-of-godTtomorrow will see the Islam4UK group exercising their Freedom of Expression to call for Sharia Law to be installed.  Not only that though but also the overthrow of the Crown and all Her Institutions.  In a nut-shell, they’re calling for the end of democracy and the beginning of a theocracy.  Even though there are less than 2 million muslims in Britain, even if say 10% of them decided to march and demanded Sharia, surely that just can’t do.  And while the EDL have a prior arrangement in Leeds. the Casuals have stated they will make themselves heard in London opposing this march.  The big question mark about the Islam4UK’s Freedom of expression that calls for the overthrow of the Queen is surely a crime and I only hope our thin blue line show the same hospitality to them as they do to us Millwall hooligans fans

Oh well, these are interesting times.  I may have to have a gander myself at the mayhem that will surely happen if our Police stand idley by.  For the Casuals will be waiting at Trafalgar Square and will not take too kindly of having to defend themselves, especially when the Police already have a cast-iron reason to arrest all those Sharia Law Lovers and tried for sedition, treason or just plain old public disorder.  Something just doesn’t feel right about this at all.

Be lucky one and all.  I think we’ll need it.


"Islam4UK & the Casuals, Christmas all in one, all that overtime"




2 responses

31 10 2009
Sir Henry Morgan

They all have the same aim – worldwide sharia – only the tactics vary. Some believe in the bomb, some believe in the demographic bomb.

The demographic bombers are more dangerous.

26 11 2009

Lots of guys write about this subject but you wrote down really true words.

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