Monday, February 23, 2009

Multiculturalism breeds Islamism; native populations turn to extremism

The British elites are wetting themselves over the rise in popularity of the British National Party. As Melanie Phillips writes they have no one but themselves to blame:

The reason for its increasing success is obvious. Like all populist, neo-fascist parties, the BNP is opportunistically exploiting the failure by the political establishment to address issues of pressing and legitimate concern to the public.

It is making hay with the terminal alienation of the British electorate, not merely from the current Government but from the entire political mainstream. Many voters have concluded that ‘they’re all the same as each other’.

And they are right. The British establishment refuses to recognize the revolutionary changes that Islamic immigrants are bringing to UK cities, and they ban outsiders who are willing to confront the issue head-on.

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