Wednesday, December 22, 2010

1 in 3 British Muslim students back killing for Islam which is criminal murder, 54% want Muslim party in Parliament, proof multiculturalism has failed














Dear All

We have seen that multiculturalism has failed.

Multiculturalism is generally defined as the appreciation, acceptance or promotion of multiple ethnic cultures, applied to the demographic make-up of a specific place, usually at the organizational level, e.g. schools, businesses, neighborhoods, cities or nations. In this context, multiculturalists advocate extending equitable status to distinct ethnic and religious groups without promoting any specific ethnic, religious, and/or cultural community values as central.

I copied this from Wikipedia.

So what does it say that a third of young British Muslims favour killing in the name of Islam?

And we aren’t talking people who are plain thick but people who are in higher education, it shows that a different set of values have been allowed to exist without being effectively challanged.

A survey of 600 Muslim students at 30 universities throughout Britain found that 32 per cent of Muslim respondents believed killing in the name of religion is justified.

This is a backward attitude; murder in the name of religion is a criminal act nothing more, 9/11 and 7/7 were done by criminals who tried to wrapped themselves around the fact that they had 'a cause' to justify their actions.

At the end of the day, the Qur'an quite clearly legislates what is the sentence for murder, it’s the death penalty.

The wikileaks site has published a U.S. diplomatic cable from January 2009 which quoted a poll by the Centre for Social Cohesion as saying 54 per cent wanted a Muslim party to represent their world view in Parliament.

Also revealed is that 40 per cent want Muslims in the UK to be under Sharia law.

This will not happen, the rule of law must be the same for every citizen regardless of religious belief to tinker with this principle is naive and foolish.

The release of the wiki US cables suggests increasing radicalisation among Britain's young Muslims, if you want to change society be part of society is the answer.

A further U.S. cable, dated February 5 2009, said reaching out to Britain's Muslim community there was a 'top priority' for U.S. embassy staff.

It stated:

'Although people of Muslim faith make up only 3 to 4 per cent of the UK's population, outreach to this key audience is vital to U.S. foreign policy interests in the UK and beyond... This is a top mission priority.'

As the recent arrest in a Police raid, the problem of 'violent extremism' in the UK is growing because political parties are scared of being branded racist by each other; this has produced a culture of fear in speaking out.

All parties therefore must accept that they need a cross party consensus of what are acceptable views.

In this country people have the right and support of the majority of people to support whatever religion they wish.

The same cannot be said of all Muslim Countries particularly in the Middle East.

There they don’t practice tolerance and in some cases like Egypt, the state allows by inaction Muslims to attack Christians within its own population.

The UK is a breeding ground for Muslim extremism I think this is generally noticed by people outside the intelligence community.

It is a failure of the British Government who has made little progress in engaging Muslims and combating home grown extremism.

Across Europe, political leaders in Germany and France are speaking out that Multiculturalism has failed; it has also failed in Britain and Scotland.

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

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George, glad to see u have seen the light. Just because people at uni proclaim their rights and views from the roof tops, doesn't stop them being the very thing they decry.
From my speed reading of your complaints about Glasgow uni, you state that x said that you were being abusive/intimidating towards them, they complained about you to HR, but your complaint wasn't dealt within the usual procedures. Instead they decided to develop a whole new procedure to deal with your complaint, that ended up with them saying .....wouldn't it be better if you found a job else where.... no .... well then we would have to start proceedings against you for your breech of university rules..... "jump or we will kick you"
Been there and done that, as they say. Not in your rarefied company at Glasgow University, but in your lesser , crack addicted, parasitic organisation based in Bothwell street.
Rage against the machine, but unless you can actually prove they broke the law...
The second time I have ever agreed with you...do u think citizen Sheridan will get off?

George Laird said...

Dear Anon

“George, glad to see u have seen the light”.

I look at things as they are.

“Just because people at uni proclaim their rights and views from the roof tops, doesn't stop them being the very thing they decry”.

Funny enough, I met more bad people there than I did in Pollok.

But having said that I also met really nice people too, even among the staff!

“From my speed reading of your complaints about Glasgow uni, you state that x said that you were being abusive/intimidating towards them, they complained about you to HR, but your complaint wasn't dealt within the usual procedures. Instead they decided to develop a whole new procedure to deal with your complaint, that ended up with them saying .....wouldn't it be better if you found a job else where.... no .... well then we would have to start proceedings against you for your breech of university rules..... "jump or we will kick you".

If I had been a disruptive person then there would have been a file on me cataloguing my transgressions.

There was nothing in the time I was there as proven by Data Subject Access Request, at that point not a single record complaint in 12 years.

I was even coaching for free in the Sports Association, that cost me money to do.

When the Sports and Recreation staff tried to get students to lie about me to try and get me on something, even medical students who knew me in passing turned that down flat.

In the student community I had over 12 years built a strange kind of loyalty which I will also remember of the kindness they should to me.

“Been there and done that, as they say. Not in your rarefied company at Glasgow University, but in your lesser, crack addicted, parasitic organisation based in Bothwell street”.

I can’t say I have ever seen anyone who fits the description you mention of being ‘crack addicted’ but I am not part of the clique or any clique with that organisation.

I would also dispute the ‘parasitic organisation’ remark but I do concede I have met some people who are less able than they could be.

I met some really smart people who have personal integrity who I think very highly of.

And I have met some petty minded lazy thick bastards who would know a good idea if it was stapled to their forehead.

“Rage against the machine, but unless you can actually prove they broke the law..”.

Have you ever tried to get the Police to get up off their arse?

These people broke the law, I can prove it with their own documents but the ‘law’ isn’t interested in helping the poor working class.

Poor attacks rich Police help.
Poor attacks poor Police help to sweep up the mess.
Rich attacks poor Police not interested.

Scotland 2010.

“The second time I have ever agreed with you”.

Hooray!

“..do u think citizen Sheridan will get off?”

Listening to the tape and evidence if I was on the jury as a neutral, I would convict.

Do I think Tommy Sheridan has proved enough reasonable doubt, not in my mind.
Do I think he will get off, I think that not proven is a realistic possibility.

Would I like to see him in prison, no!

Leaving aside the rights and wrongs, the way this case was brought doesn’t sit well with me.

So 12 women and 2 men are discussing do they want Sheridan in prison.

I hope they send him home to his little girl for her sake not his.

His career as a politician is over.

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University