JRE: The Islamification Of Britain
John Rees-Evans has published another manifesto in his bid to become our leader, this time focusing specifically on Tackling The Islamification Of Britain. I have once again summarised his document, with my own comments in brackets.
Last June, Britain voted to throw off the shackles of the European Union and “make British law supreme.” However, there is a “more pernicious and alien” legal system than the EU’s, which is stealthily propagating. Sharia law is spreading “with the implicit knowledge of the governing elite but without the consent of the British people.”
There are many integrated, lawful Muslims who legitimately contribute to our economy and should not be harassed. “Rather more radical and demanding expressions of Islam” have been “encouraged and incited by funding and rhetoric from overseas.” (This part is spot on. We must combat sects such as Salafism and Wahabism, while protecting innocent Muslims.)
The government has allowed this to continue because of money from oil and arms. They’ve diluted our heritage and legal code. “The liberal and left wing elites have strangely turned a blind eye to (or even colluded with) aggressive Islam and its hateful message.” (I used to think that they were merely so scared of being called racist that they’re racist the other way, but I now believe that they are also courting Muslim votes.)
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“In 2014 George Osborne boasted to make London a centre of Islamic finance” without consulting the British people. “Various government and former government buildings operate under Sharia law.” (I was shocked when I first learned that Britain’s “leaders” had allowed this level of infiltration.)
“There are accounts of Sharia patrols questioning and even attacking” British citizens. Gangs intimidate and pester “those who are complying with British law but not their own.” “Muslim grooming gangs prey upon kafir, namely non-Muslim girls, and regard them as legitimate targets to violate.”
“Many, if not most, state schools in our big cities compel halal-only menus to be offered, with no alternatives to their children.” Rather than serve bacon, “Holiday Inns now routinely observe Islamic dietary laws” and supermarkets sell insufficiently labelled halal meat. “It would seem consumer choice must now bow before the writ of the Imam.” (They were quick to allow options for consumers who wanted to deviate from a traditional British diet, but they refuse to consider those that wish to return to one.)
“We have witnessed internally organised murder and mayhem on the streets of Britain.” British people have had neither a say on “this imposition of a foreign values system”, nor any proper solutions to terrorism. “Everything is decided for them behind closed doors, to protect vested political and financial interests.”
We need solutions such as “the utter rejection of Sharia as being legally enforceable; the proper regulation and inspection of halal slaughterhouses;” “unfettered freedom of speech;” “a robust immigration policy and properly funded border control;” “the restoring of proper choice in our schools and supermarkets; and the restoration of capital punishment for all terrorist attacks which end in fatalities.” (These are all sensible ideas.) “I am convinced the vast majority of British people, whether non-Muslim or Muslim, would want our political system to deliver these things and I pledge to work tirelessly to that end.”
With Direct Democracy, we all will choose the country’s direction. We will be able to opt for the halt of Islamification, just like we decided to get out from under the thumb of Brussels. “The political class will be unable to push political correctness and other systems of thought without our consent.” “Local residents ought to have a direct say in the planning approval of mosques.”
“We will create a blacklist of countries that fund” the proliferation of Jihadism. “The people will be able to decide which countries we do or do not deal with.” (Please note that John does not preclude the acceptance of skilled migrants from these nations.)
“Schools, hospitals, prisons and other public institutions should not use halal meat by default and should at the very least provide one non-halal meat option.” “Halal should be labelled in a way akin to cigarette packaging, with the label prominently taking up a percentage of the overall surface area of the packaging.”
We will ensure “the humaneness of methods employed in all slaughterhouses. There will be no religious exemption from this scrutiny.” “We believe this will encourage the technological advancement of humane methods of slaughter.” We must also look at research that stresses “the importance of the environment the animal is in before slaughter so as to reduce unnecessary suffering and distress.” (I am convinced that even the majority of omnivorous people believe in animal rights.)
“We believe the integration agenda’s proposals of routine inspections are too invasive and set a dangerous precedent in terms of the state being able to routinely order the inspection of the most private areas of a child’s body.” “We believe that undercover police operations, akin to the kind used to catch paedophile rings, are a much better method.” (This is brilliant! A simple solution to the enigma of protecting children from FGM without compromising privacy.)
While burkas and niqabs are alien to our culture, legislation must not deny people the right to cover their faces if necessary, such as “mascots in costume, bee-keepers and motor cyclists.” “We believe that while the impartiality of the police is questionable, and while free speech is openly under attack, people should also be able to cover their face and remain anonymous during protests – especially when protesting against the very authorities that would seek to intimidate them and shut down all forms of dissent.” “We believe people should be required to show their face in any social, public or service transaction.”
“The application of Sharia courts should be limited only to those relating to religious or spiritual matters” and must not conflict with the common law. “Options for Sharia finance should be available privately” but buildings must not be coerced into operating under Sharia law.
“Radicalisation in prisons ought to be curtailed by allowing visits only from vetted imams.” All prison literature should be scrutinised. Internet should only be allowed for education and vetted emails. We should execute killers of police and military personnel. “Incarcerating such murderers for a long time at the taxpayers’ expense, and providing a forum for them to radicalise others, is unjust and foolish.” (I have mixed feelings about a death penalty, but John’s argument in favour is logical and sound. Before anyone can be sentenced to it, we must be 100% certain that the accused committed the crime.)
Returning ISIS fighters with dual nationality “ought to have their British nationality stripped and be deported after the extraction of useful intelligence.” “Those with sole British nationality ought to be interred far away from the public” and enrolled on work programs to offset the cost of their imprisonment. “They should be subject to deradicalisation programmes and psychological evaluation until they are deemed no longer to be a threat.” (Allowing these dangerous individuals to roam free in the UK is ludicrous!)
We must be allowed to criticise or ridicule Islam, because treating this as blasphemy “is in itself a form of Islamism as it gives Islam an unfair advantage.”
We must defend our heritage and culture. “A completely secular state” is not “best equipped to hold back Islamisation.” “Britain must maintain that it is a Christian country, and this ought to be reflected in education and continued in our ceremonies, laws and protocols.” (As an Atheist, this makes me a little uncomfortable. However, Christianity is much preferable to Sharia law and Jihadism. Long gone are the days of clergymen hunting and murdering scientists and alleged witches. Also, upon the implementation of Direct Democracy, it will be decided by the majority just how far we take this approach. If Christian values are encouraged, rather than beliefs, I anticipate no problem.)
“VOTE FOR A UKIP THAT WILL FIGHT FOR THE BRITISH PEOPLE TO HAVE A SAY OVER ALL ASPECTS OF THEIR LIVES. YOUR SUPPORT FOR ME IN THE LEADERSHIP ELECTION WILL HELP TO ACHIEVE THAT. JOIN ME IN THIS COUNTER-REVOLUTION TO REGAIN POWER FROM OUR CORRUPT, USURPING, ANTI-DEMOCRATIC ELITES. VOTE TO BE THE GOVERNMENT.”
(On the whole, Rees-Evans has produced another extremely impressive plan. Much of it matches opinions that I expressed in an earlier article.)