| London Calling
| Friday, December 08, 2017
|Jihad Watch : [Editor’s note: You may not agree with everything in this
Londoner’s personal account, but there his glimpse into how drastically
London has changed and continues to change ought to give even the most
hardened multiculturalist pause.]
The problem with London is that it has too much Islam. Vast areas of
London are now cultural wastelands, thanks to Islam. London as a city is
shrinking in terms of where one can go for fun things to do. Wherever
Islam settles, fun things cease to exist. Pubs close down, nightclubs
close, cinemas close. Walk through any Muslim-majority area in any part
of the UK, and their high streets look like Third World bazaars.
are shops, but they are mainly market-stalls from which to do business.
These clutter up the streets, and there are empty boxes lying
everywhere. The produce on offer is of a very poor grade, and what the
typical Muslim high-street has to offer is shops or stalls that sell
rotting fruit and vegetables, hijabs or burqas. There are Islamic
bookstores, and invariably there will be a mosque and a halal butcher
shop — not much else. Oh, yes, there will also be some shops selling
refurbished phones and SIM cards.
These shops are filled with
sun-bleached items that have lain in the windows for years. A lot of the
shop-owners have been done for money-laundering, which would explain
the rank odours upon entering and the worthless junk and outdated
merchandise on display. Walk through these areas as a non-Muslim man or woman, and you will
be in the minority. If English is your native tongue, it will be the
last thing you will hear being spoken on the street.
If you’re a woman
and not wearing at least a hijab you will stand out (Kilburn used to be
wonderfully Irish; now it looks like the worst part of Turkey, with
Dawah stalls set up everywhere). Likewise with men, if you’re not
wearing some sort of religious garb or tribal outfit, you will be looked
upon by suspicious eyes. Right here in London in the UK. You won’t find
any arts centres, theatres, or cinemas. No Islamic dance clubs. The
most you’ll get, by way of Islamic culture, is a curry on Brick Lane
prior to a night spent dancing somewhere else.
Read it all here...........
|posted by D Swami Gwekanandam @ 12:08 PM