Immigration via the Womb

An article by Nick Griffin MEP, chairman of the British National Party (BNP):

‘Muslims are “mass-producing” children to take over communities on the continent.’ Residents of scores of European cities — Bradford, Manchester, London, Stockholm, Munich and Marseilles — know this quote is true. But in today’s climate of stifling political correctness, who dares to speak the truth?

For once, not just the British National Party. The strikingly honest plain speaking above comes from none other than the newly elected leader of the Anglican Church in Nigeria, Archbishop Nicholas Okoh. The continent to which he refers is, of course, Africa, but the problem is all too obvious in Europe too.

This should come as no surprise, for Islam is a universal religion, with its ambitions and methods set for all time. This is why, wherever significant numbers of Muslims appear, their kaffir neighbours become all too familiar with the same problems: the fanatical drive to sweep away all other faiths by whatever means possible, the endlessly reoccurring pogroms against Unbelievers, the use of ‘charity’ as a weapon for piecemeal imperialist conquest, the destruction of the places of worship and monuments of the conquered, and the sexual exploitation of girls from other communities.

Nigeria, formerly mainly Christian and animist, is now split almost half and half between Christianity and Islam. There are about 17 million practising Anglicans in the country, but they face vicious persecution in the north.

Archbishop Okoh made his controversial comments about Islam in a sermon in Beckenham, Kent, in July, but it has only just come to light in an article in The Times. He said that there was a determined Islamic attack in African countries such as Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda.

“They spend a lot of money, even in places where they don’t have congregations; they build mosques; they build hospitals; they build anything.

“They come to Africans and say, ‘Christianity is asking you to marry only one wife. We will give you four’!” Archbishop Okoh described this as “evangelism by mass-production.”

He said: “That is the type of evangelism they are doing: mass-production, so if you have four wives, four children, sixteen children, very soon you will be a village.”

Africa was “surrounded by Islamic domination,” he told the congregation. “I am telling you, Islam is spending in Uganda and in other places; it is money from the Arab world,” he claimed, condemning the clergy for abdicating their responsibilities. “Who is the leader in the Christian world? There is no leader.”

Murderous Persecution

Meanwhile, another bravely outspoken non-European cleric is also warning us of the dangers ahead by drawing attention to the murderous persecution of Christians in Pakistan. Under section 295c of the country’s penal code, those accused of blaspheming against the Prophet Mohammed may be sentenced to death or life imprisonment. They are fined in addition.

“The law is sometimes used for a personal agenda that has nothing to do with blasphemy — e.g. an interest in a neighbour’s property” said Dr Michael Nazir-Ali, who last weekend stepped down as bishop of the Kent diocese of Rochester.

In August alone, eight Christians were burnt alive, and a further 20 attacked when a 3,000-strong Muslim mob attacked the Eastern town of Gojra. Gangs in the nearby village of Korian set fire to more than 70 Christian homes and two Protestant churches.

On Tuesday, Fanish Masih, a 19-year-old Christian, charged with breaking the blasphemy law, was found dead, after hanging in his prison cell in Sialkot. It is believed that Masih was murdered and had been tortured beforehand.

“Reliable sources told us that he had multiple fractures, a scar on his forehead, cuts on his wrist, scars on his legs and of course scars on his neck resulting from strangulation,” said the Muslim spokesman of a charity campaigning for the rights of the Christian minority.

He said: “Several Christians have been killed in detention over the past few years especially those allegedly charged of blasphemy. Yet so far, nobody has been charged with their murders.”

“Many families have fled the area. Segregation against Christians is on the rise as many have been dismissed by their Muslim employers on the ground of their religion. Some Christian students have been forced to change schools. The tension is incredibly high and the situation is far from returning to normal.”

While the situation in Britain is not nearly as bad as this yet, the lessons of history are that — unless current trends are reversed — such things are an advance glimpse of the future here too.

The writing is already on the wall: In Birmingham this week, the police have advised that relations between Muslim youth and the authorities are so ‘volatile’ that a scheduled hearing of the General Teaching Council on the case of persecuted BNP teacher Adam Walker must be postponed.

The police feared that a proposed demonstration by far-left and Labour agitators could provide the spark for the explosion of Islamist violence that everyone in touch with the city’s streets knows is just one incident away.

The liberal media are working overtime at present to discount such troubles by blaming ‘far-right’ groups, but the truth is that Islam makes bad neighbours and that the Koran is a handbook for mayhem and conquest. It has always been so and it always will be so. The warning from Archbishop Okoh is timely, and gives the lie to liberal claims that Islamo-realism is a concealed form of ‘racism’.

It is not, for Islam is not a race but a system of imperialism that must either conquer or be beaten. Which will it be in the West? That is for you to help to decide.

British National Party

Comments

  1. David Fenwick says:

    Nick, its true that people have not read the Koran or studied Islam’s murderous past, but have they read the Bible or studied Christianity’s murderous past? Christianity rose to absolute power in much the same way you suggest the Islam are doing so, and then mainstream Christianity became the nice Disney-fied monster it is today. The film “Jesus Camp” provides a chilling look at some Christian extremists who are far more sadistic than any Islamic people I have encountered.

  2. Nicholas Folkes says:

    Bob, Labor have embraced the failed policy of multiculturalism. Most people including Labor party officials do not understand Islam and have never read the Koran or studied its murderous past. I phoned Chris Evans’ office the other day and spoke to his delusional Secretary. She carried on as a fool and obviously supported Labor’s position on illegals. I asked her if she had read the Koran, she said, “no”. This is part of the problem, most people know very little about Islam and its dangers. Attitudes are changing but not fast enough, we need to educate the public about the dangers of Islam. It is not just the muslims we need to stop but the whole open slather third world immigration policy – it is costing us billions and displacing Aussies.

  3. It makes me wonder why elected members of governments are allowing muslims to get away with so much…maybe brown paper bags from oil rich muslim countries conveniently deposited into Swiss bank accounts help them decide whats good for those who elected them into office….look at two well known Australian Prime Ministers for instance, both dumped their wives and are now multi millionaires and all they were originally were union s*** kickers.

  4. Anjem Choudary I expect most people have heard of his name, you know he is the one that MP’s and the media will denounce as an Islamic extremist, or even a nutcase, or possibly, “he doesn’t represent Islam”.
    He is now running sharia courts legally in Britain !

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