Thursday, March 26, 2015


I know this topic is getting a bit tiresome, but as long as the West continues to find it's backbone, I, for one, will celebrate:

Sharia law goes against all values that we hold dear, blasts LEO MCKINSTRY

"Supporters of cultural diversity prattle about tolerance and equality, but in reality, their demands for acceptance of the Islamic legal code in Britain, they are promoting the most brutish forms of intolerance and inequality.

It is grotesque that self-styled liberals, so smug in their progressive opinions, should back a judicial system that effectively institutionalises persecution, misogyny, oppression, homophobia and barbarity.

Wherever sharia operates across the world, it means the triumph of savage superstition over humane justice, the reign of the mullahs in place of democracy and freedom.

Every theocratic country governed by sharia has an appalling human right records, complete with vicious punishments for so-called crimes like apostasy and blasphemy."
"But sadly in recent decades, the moral self-confidence of the West has been shattered by the malignant doctrine of political correctness, which holds that it is racist to challenge any cultural practices brought by immigrants.

This is the outlook which allowed female genital mutilation to flourish in this country and turned a blind eye to the criminal activities of Pakistani sex gangs preying on vulnerable white girls in places like Rotherham and Derby.

The same morally inverted attitude has facilitated the growth of sharia law in our midst.

Unbelievably, there are now estimated to be a minimum of 85 sharia courts operating in Britain, and the real total could be higher."
"According to one survey, around 40 per cent of Muslims in Britain want to be governed by sharia.

Most of our politicians are too cowardly to speak out forcefully against this trend.

But this week the Mayor of London Boris Johnson was refreshingly uncompromising in his hostility to any form of sharia in Britain.

During a radio interview on LBC, he said that he “won’t have it in London” because “a parallel judicature” is “absolutely unacceptable” and “alien to our traditions.”

Boris is right. His ability to speak with such conviction reflects his reverence for western liberal civilisation, bred through both his historical studies and his cosmopolitan background.

But sadly over recent years, there have been too few figures in our civic life who share this robustness."

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