- Feb 9, 2017
It's very hard to shift 'progressive' attitudes entrenched through decades of left liberal manipulation of universities, mainstream media and judiciary, actively aided and abetted by supranational institutions such as the EU and ECHR (European Court of Human Rights). The 'left liberal' consensus promotes a culture of grievance and victimhood which, in the West, have most recently found expression through radical feminist, LGBTQ, BLM and, most concerningly, political Islamist movements. I don't think the 'progressives' are oblivious to the violent, misogynistic and autocratic tendencies inherent to Islam but are happy to ignore them as long as Islam ticks the victimhood box and serves as a useful ally in their culture wars.A CONVICTED grooming gang ringleader goes shopping in the town where he abused kids — despite being told he was going to be deported six years ago. Qari Abdul Rauf was warned he would be kicked out…www.thesun.co.uk
Are there no men in UK?
Despite its latent nativist instincts, Brexit represents a repudiation of this cozy, 'rule by techoncracy' arrangement- the native population wants an end to Islamisation and the Tories, ever aware which side their toast is buttered, have announced measures within the latest Immigration Bill that significantly constrain the traditional routes of Islamic invasion of Britain. There is also talk of replacing the ECHR with a Bill of Rights which would further erode the protection criminal Muslims have enjoyed under the current scheme of things. By reducing inner city ghetto seat counts, the proposed Westminster boundary changes will also limit muslim political influence. MSM rebalancing is also underway with the launch of Andrew Neil's GB News to counter the mostly left leaning BBC and Sky News.
All this will take a few years but the direction of travel is clear- I expect the UK to be a much more hostile environment for Islam within the next 5 years by which point the country will also have it's first dharmic PM (Rishi Sunak is only marginally less popular than Boris as per recent polls and it's unlikely Boris will stand again for a number of reasons). I would liken the process to the institutional transformation witnessed in India since 2014 hence patience is key.
PS: For those not familiar with Andrew Neil, he is one of the UK's most clever and respected journalists who left the BBC in disgust last year to launch his own media outlet. He's the chief editor of the Spectator Magazine and is in the process of launching GB TV which has been derided by BBC etc as 'UK's answer to Fox News'. Check out the Spectator TV Channel on YouTube- a lot of the content is UK centric but there is some on global geopolitics that, in my opinion, most accurately reflect the current dispensation's thinking.