Govt can start with the Imams

Michele Bachman in Overdrive:

Immediate deportation list, on pain of being shot upon attempted re-entry:

1. All Imams
2. MCB and all associated organisations
3. All Muslim convicted criminals.

At the same time, work can start on:

4. Dismantling all mosques
5. Impeaching Obama.

We are behind Hungary and Slovakia in this. Remember, ladies and gentlemen, utter no words publicly against these bstds but pressurise govt to act instead.

[H/T Distant Relative]

4 comments for “Govt can start with the Imams

  1. Ed P
    February 25, 2020 at 6:16 pm

    Now Obama’s out of office, is impeachment possible?

    Strictly applying existing laws without exceptions, re child rape,etc., would make the UK a much less desirable place for incomers, so most of your Draconian suggestions would not be needed.

    But certainly the Imams spreading evil among the young and gullible at their mosques should be ejected immediately.

    • February 26, 2020 at 2:49 am

      If all those on social media ramped up the pressure, something might be done.

  2. February 27, 2020 at 2:16 pm

    Governments and their agencies across the West consistently refuse to deal with the issues raised by Islamic culture.
    Now if it were one Government, one country, you could argue it was just the stupidity of that particular Government.
    But when it’s Sweden, the UK, the USA, Germany, France and the rest of the Western World, you have to ask the question why is Islam getting a free ride when it causes so many issues.

    The answer is money and influence. The Gulf states have invested their oil money heavily in the West. They own large companies, they invest in our Universities, they invest in the stock market, they onw property, our ports and lots more besides. The West has been bought lock stock and barrel.
    Governments bend the knee to Islam because they are scared of Oil Money leaving the economy. Some 20% of the economic activity of the West is reliant on Middle Eastern money in one form or another either direct trade or investment. Muslims see themselves and work as a bloc.

    Deal with an Islamic cultural issue in the West and the ambassador for Saudi Arabia or the UAE will be calling and reminding you of their generosity in selecting your country’s arms instead of a competitor, or the fact they have generously invested Billions in your stock market, or the fact they own your ports and might just consider remodelling which means closure for a few months; All the ports, all at the same time. Attempt to deal with a Muslim problem at your peril. What would happen if that money just upped and left the West all of a sudden, if that investment went away?

    20% is probably a conservative figure. I go off what I heard in the early Naughties. It would be interesting how much that figure has changed in the years since. No-one has dared to investigate and come up with a figure unfortunately.

    The Muslim bloc has the ability to collapse the West. That’s why we ignore child rape, terrorism, homophobia, misogyny and the other incompatibilities between Islamic and Western Culture.

    Not just that: the Muslim community vote as a bloc in elections. They are told who is their friend and therefore who to vote for. Because of low voter turnout, despite being a very small minority Muslims can account for 10% of votes, voting as a bloc they have the ability to influence the outcome of elections. If they become 20 or 30% of the population, then they have the ability to dominate elections.

    Until Western Governments understand the issues and grow the necessary tackle to deal with the issue, then Muslims will continue to be untouchable. That’s indeed if Governments want to deal with the issue. At current birth rates the Muslim community will cease being a minority in some countries within a century. Then the problem is solved, Muslims will be the government and Western Culture will a minority issue.

    • March 1, 2020 at 6:56 am

      “If they become 20 or 30% of the population…”

      I think you mean ‘when’…

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