The last form of slavery in the UK

Slavery was abolished in the UK in 1812 after a long fight by abolitionists figureheaded and led by William Wilberforce. It happened at a time when Britain was fighting for its life against the Napoleonic Empire and was enforced by the British Navy. There were other amendments and laws passed in later years as the public realised that the enslavement of others elsewhere was a true crime against humanity. Still the practice went on in some (notably islamic) countries where Africans were sold by their own to Arab traders in a similar manner to how they were sold to Europeans previously… something those who go on about slavery and demanding an apology seem to always omit.

Yet in the UK today there’s a form of slavery still ongoing, it’s child brides and the perpetrators are still as ever muslims…


Religious leaders appeared willing to agree to perform underage marriages at some mosques across the UK, an ITV investigation has discovered.
Two undercover reporters called 56 mosques for Exposure to ask whether they would perform the marriage of a 14-year-old girl.
Two-thirds of those contacted refused to perform the marriage, and many of them made clear they found the request abhorrent. But 18 of the respondents spoken to agreed.
An undercover reporter called the Al Quba Mosque and Shahporan Islamic centre, in Manchester, posing as a single mother who wanted to have an Islamic marriage, known as a nikah, for her 14-year-old daughter.
The Imam at this mainstream mosque, with a congregation of one thousand, told her “that’s not going to be a problem”.

‘Not going to be a problem’ despite it being against the laws of this (and many other) lands, but for a muslim our laws simply don’t apply and as their paedo prophet was quite happy marrying a six year old and deflowering her at nine, then that’s good enough for a muslim male…

Whilst Christians and Buddhists along with other religions can look to their founder as being a true holy man and worthy of emulation, muslims frankly have a major problem with their founder being not the sort most people who know the historical Mohammed would wish to emulate in a thousand years. Well other than someone who has a natural bent towards murder, theft, delusions of holiness, paedophilia, misogyny, adultery, slavery etc. to name but a few of Mohammed’s vices.

This is at part the reason why muslims are so defensive due to a severe lack of knowledge about their beliefs, they are told very little about the dark side of their so called prophet… whom I don’t believe prophesied anything.

When confronted with the facts most of them believe you’re lying and those that know and still carry on well what the imam said is the direct result of Mohammed’s crimes against humanity.

Yet again and again we are told islam is a religion of peace (it isn’t) that it’s tolerant (it isn’t) that it’s the fastest growing religion (not true either)

Our politicians have allowed a dangerous creed to take root in our midst, one that does not respect our laws and traditions and who sees anyone not a muslim male as an inferior.

One day there will come a reckoning with islam, I just hope for our sakes it’s not too late and civilisation wins.

13 comments for “The last form of slavery in the UK

  1. October 7, 2013 at 6:46 pm

    I read recently about a bloke in Morocco.

    He called his Imam and said, “My wife has just passed on. Can I still have sex with her?”

    The Imam said, “Yes. But don’t leave it too long”.

    The question itself was wrong, but the answer was even wronger.

    This is the kind of mentality you are dealing with.

    If they are happy to hump dead wives, a 9 year old is fair game.

    Caveat: I know and work with hundreds of good Muslims. They are not like most of the freaks we read about in this fair land. Don’t tar them all with the same brush.

    We have white Christian idiots too.


    • James Strong
      October 7, 2013 at 8:06 pm

      I wonder about the hundreds of good muslims you work with, because I have met very few.
      People born of muslim parents should not necessarily be regarded as muslims for the purpose of this discussion, even though mohammedan theory says they are.
      Do they truly believe in Allah and His Messenger and live accordingly? If they do they are ‘good muslims’ but certainly not good people.
      If, on the other hand, they describe themselves as muslims only to fit in with their social group but do not follow the teachings of the murdering paedophile then their position is not so easy to analyse or describe.
      But a believing mohammedan who is also a good person, I doubt there are even a few hundred of those in the entire world.

    • October 7, 2013 at 9:54 pm

      I’ve met a great many decent muslims as well, I believe they are decent people despite their religion, not because of it. However I’ve also run up against the ‘real’ muslims too, the ones who burn poppies, carry sign demanding the death of anyone who opposes their cult, deliberately flout laws on wearing masks and carrying weapons that would have a member of the EDL locked up and the keys thrown away.
      I’ve also watched the hypocrites on the left and liberals defend their right to do this whilst handing others they don’t favour to the wolves.
      A two tier system and an indefensible interpretation of the law when it comes to the indigenous and those who choose to flout the law because of their ‘culture’ is a sure fire recipe for disaster.

  2. October 7, 2013 at 6:47 pm
    • October 7, 2013 at 8:23 pm

      That’s the most succinct comment I’ve seen.

  3. James Strong
    October 7, 2013 at 7:57 pm

    Mohammedans do not believe there was a dark side to the murdering paedophile.
    One of the aspirations of mohammedans is to imitate the behaviour of their prophet.
    You say they thay are not told about his ‘dark side’. I’m not sure that is true; they know what he did, they think it’s OK.
    There is going to be a huge confrontation between civilisation and mohammedan savages; the sooner it comes the better, because civilisation currently has better weapons.

  4. john in cheshire
    October 7, 2013 at 7:57 pm

    islam will eventuyally have to be driven from our shores because that’s the only way it will be curtailed. But I’m not holding my breath that that will happen any time soon. After all, it took hundreds of years before the first Crusade was put together to combat the destructive progress of islam through Christendom. And that’s yet another lie that is promoted by muslims and their socialist cohorts.

  5. MaryS
    October 7, 2013 at 9:42 pm

    I recall a female Muslim being interviewed on the radio being challenged as to her belief that her ‘prophet’ was the best of all men, “What about all the killing that was done when he invaded other lands?”. “Ah, but he did it with compassion!”.

  6. mona
    October 7, 2013 at 10:21 pm

    I find Islam repulsive, why the removal of a young girls clitoris is important to muslims is staggering, why Aisho Dhuhlow a 13 year old who was raped while on a errand for her father found guilty of adultery by a Sharia court, buried up to her neck and stoned to death in kismayo Somalia according to the BBC World Service 10-10-2008, I heard it and noted it, it is burned into my soul. nothing can be done (yet?) because David Chameleon and his ilk grovel to Islam.

  7. October 8, 2013 at 1:37 am

    Religions are Human institutions: as such they are prone to human failings. One cannot, as some do, condemn all religions just because some are based on horrible Originators.

    Islam is a very early Scientology. An ‘Erzatz’ religion. It has no fundamental message of benefit to Man’s Spirit. Worse than scientology though, it is based on an antipathy to human life and spirit.

    Personally I would classify it as being Evil, in the same manner as the Aztecs et al in that part of the world that saw a religious meaning in killing thousands a day to appease their own lust for conquest and destruction.

    Putting a fancy mask on Islam with reference to its art and architecture and pleasant written script style, is mirrored in the coverings of the face by their women and their terrorists.

  8. Viscount Rectum
    October 8, 2013 at 8:33 am

    Semiotics, the science of communication, dress codes or labels signify what you may be or what owns you, ownership of the female is without doubt the most gratifying emotion a man can have, to reinforce the concept of ownership of a female is violence and cruelty, the human mind is truly sick.

    • October 8, 2013 at 2:31 pm

      “ownership of the female is without doubt the most gratifying emotion a man can have”

      Should you perhaps change your punctuation, lest we are obliged to think that the above is your own perverted and mendacious view being attributed to all men including me?

      • Viscount Rectum
        October 8, 2013 at 10:00 pm

        My apologies dear, very well put by you, try a short visit to Afghanistan.

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