Vital video to watch and share on Islam in the UK

This is a must watch, and must share – please send this to your MP if you are in the UK.

Our leaders and media must not deprive the public of this kind of information. What are they afraid of? That we will demand action? Why would we not? How could we not – this movement puts the country we love in danger? Future generations will not forgive us is we don’t try to stop it.

God Bless you

Lis

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28 thoughts on “Vital video to watch and share on Islam in the UK”

  1. I am off to bed now. Good luck with your White only nation. As an agnostic, if I was to ask God one thing, it would be “God, please save me from your followers”. God Bless.

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  2. Ha, Ha great take on the word, Deprive to promote hate and fear. Time to time as a world we like to hate someone/ a Group. Before you start to think that I am a Muslim who is offended by your post, let me say I am in fact an agnostic. Someone who thinks there is a possibility of a higher being, but not too keen on any of the religions as I believe, religion was created by Humans and humans are flawed. But I have taken great interest in reading many of the religious scriptures. I was born to Hindu parents and lived in a Buddhist country and went to a Catholic School.
    Coming back to hating a group, well we hated the blacks, Jews, gays the list goes on. And then we also have a period that no matter what these groups are then put on a pedestal that no one can say anything against them. You can’t apparently sing Baa Baa Black sheep any more, it is now the rainbow sheep. Doesnt really address the issues Blacks face. But someone feels great they’ve done something.

    If you read the Quran you will find it is rather identical to the first testament. Both need a rewrite. But most people with common sense form both sides of the religion don’t follow their book to the letter. If you call Christianity as a religion of peace then how do you explain the treatment to the Gays and KKK. Anyway I don’t like to be preached at nor do I want to be preaching someone who is far gone as you.

    The main problem I have with this kind of collective hate against one group of people is that we cannot punish or act against the real culprits effectively, as you are alienating the entire group. Even the moderates, especially the young ones who are born being hated are then heading towards radicalism.

    Please allow our future generations may it be Blacks, Whites, Blues, Greens, Muslims, Christians, Atheists or Gays live in Peace. They will not forgive you if you muck it up because of your stupid prejudices.

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    1. My prejudices? Future generations will not forgive you for importing, or allowing the impotation of other cultures to the detriment of your own. Sadly, you have believed what you have been taught by the MSM about how culture and race aren’t important!

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      1. My teaching is not from main stream media, mine is from travel, and accepting and being friends with all and sundry. There is mainly good in most. By inclusion i make friends for me, my family and my country. I migrated from sri lanka to Australia 20 years ago, i have all kinds as my neighbors and we seem to live extremely happily, especially my mum is volunteer teacher for many new migrants , mainly muslims, they all adore my mum and they visit my mum and take care of her in many. Most with almost no education, some where the burka but they behave like any of us. I am sorry to say but your beliefs are based on the hate media. Not on logical thinking

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      2. Logical thinking based on their book the Koran, sadly. But I will say bravo to your Mum, and it’s great that you are all getting along so well. I hope that continues. I am NOT someone who spreads hate – I don’t hate people, but I do know that there are plans afoot to displace whites, and Islam is one of the ways that is being done. Thank you for visiting my blog

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      3. Well if it was okay for the whites to displace everyone else once, why is it so bad now. Of course I am aware of all the terrorism that is going around the world. Coming from Sri lanka I really understand Terrorism and what it does to the country. But more than anything what it is to be accused and terrorized for being born in a certain group. In my country that is what made terrorism grow. So from experience I am saying that your actions would be your own undoing. Instead of hate, try and understand them, invite one of them home for a meal, go to them for a meal and you will see, there is good in most. God didnt create just the white Christians, he created the entire world. Including the Muslims.

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      4. Whites colonised, not displaced. Islam will displace because it will outbreed and miscegenate the whites to the point of genocide. It’s not hate to say this – it’s not hate to love your own race, and it’s not a judgement on others to say that Muslims having 8.1 children per wife are a bad idea for this country. They are not all violent and insular, but they will one day take over if we allow this continued immigration. Our culture will be lost, and the white race will be marginalised. If you want to know what that looks like, look at the sad state of South Africa. It’s awful what is happening there now.

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      5. Colonised??? I was from one your so called colonised countries. Half my countries gems now adorn the Queens crown jewels. Everywhere they went they raped and pilfered. In Australia they completely wiped out some Aboriginal tribes. They were responsible for our very shameful history of the Stolen Generation. I don’t hold this you or any other white person. For all this without some of the amazing white people, in South Africa Mandala could’t have found freedom. It’s not wrong to love your race. but you don’t need hate another to love your race.

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      6. yes he was a terrorist. however, the goverment in South Africa did more crimes than him. The difference between a terrorist and a soldier is that one is an authorized to murder and the other is not. If Mandela didnt become a terrorist then South africa will still be under apartheid. I guess that’s ok with you.

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      7. Yes it is – listen to the interview with Karin Smith on this blog. You seem to be willing to stand as an apologist for terrorism, which I find rather absurd considering you think I am spreading hate! In Mandela’s case he plotted, along with others. They were truly guilty of treason. Many blacks in SA today wish that apartheid was still in place as they had a far better life under it than they do now they have power. It’s a tragic situation there now.

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      8. God didn’t created one race superior than the other. Apartheid is wrong in every you look at it. Extreme Islam has a lot of similarities to White supremacy. I am not an apologist for anything. I just have broader knowledge and experience on the subject than you, that’s all. I look at it from everyone’s point of view

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      9. You are an apologist for a terrorist – Nelson Mandela. If you want to know about apartheid talk to a South African. Don’t judge apartheid until you see the crime rate in modern SA. You don’t know about what is happening there, and the awful violence the whites experience.

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      10. What about the abuse the whites imposed on the rest of them. Nelson Mandela was such a respected human being by the entire world (obviously not by the white christian group kind of like KKK)

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      11. Go and look at the South Africa tag on this blog and look at what the blacks are doing. Listen to Karin Smith’s interviews. Nelson Mandela never renounced violence. The blacks are today preparing to kill the whites in a genocide en masse. Do you think that is justified? Of course it is not.

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      12. God didn’t created one race superior
        than the other. Apartheid is wrong in every you look at it. Extreme Islam has a lot of similarities to White supremacy. I am not an apologist for anything. I just have broader knowledge and experience on the subject than you, that’s all. I look at it from everyone’s point of view

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  3. OK, following your, and the dude in the vid’s logic, you are being represented by what other christians do. The Inquisition, the Crusades, Wars of Religion and antisemitism being prime examplse of the most notorious examples of Christian violence. Oh must not forget warrior popes, support for capital punishment, corporal punishment under the guise of ‘spare the rod and spoil the child,’ justifications of slavery, world-wide colonialism in the name of conversion to Christianity, the systemic violence of women subjected to men.

    BTW, are you married? Are you wearing a nice gold wedding ring? Do you eat pork? You are an abomination. Good on ya!

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    1. The crusades were fought in response to Islamic aggression – what were we supposed to do? Import them? Multiculturalism will not bring peace. You can have multi-racial single culture countries that work, but not multicultural ones. It just creates division. What do wedding rings have to do with anything? My stance on Pork is that it is unclean. I hope that clears things up for you. 🙂

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      1. Oh forgot to answer about weddingrings, sorry about that!

        In your own Holy book it sais that you shall not adorn yourself in gold. So the whole ceremony in church where the bride and groom exchange gold rings, are against Gods word in the Bible.

        Point being – both christians and muslims pick and chose whatever verse suits them best at any given situation.

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      2. 1 Peter 3:3-4 Do not let your adorning be external—the braiding of hair and the putting on of gold jewelry, or the clothing you wear— but let your adorning be the hidden person of the heart with the imperishable beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which in God’s sight is very precious.

        1Timothy 2:9 Women adorn themselves in modesty not with braided hair or gold.

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      3. That’s a verse about modesty, and I agree – anything with is showy or flashy is not modest. A wedding band is dubious in falling into that category. I know that wedding bands aren’t a biblical thing anyway. I have a feeling they might even have a pagan origin.

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      4. No, I disagree – I would say it’s obviously personal choice, and you might be happy to set rules for other people, but Christianity is a faith of conviction (personal conviction), so I’m not going to have an opinion on a woman wearing a modest wedding ring. As long as it’s not a big, in-your-face kind of knuckle-duster of a ring, I don’t think it’s immodest, which is what the verse is about.

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      5. Aha! And thus your argument is completely mute! You are clearly happy to set bounderies as to what is a modest wedding ring or not. In what way is that not setting rules for other people?

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    2. What was cited regarding violence by Christians was preceded by atrocities from India, across North Africa, and into Europe in the seventh and eighth centuries and obeying the laws of Islam. The wars involving Christians had different motivations, some justified, but none following acceptance, let alone commands, of the teachings of Jesus Christ.

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