• ontario john

    So are they putting up the posters before or after they blow up the buses?

  • Alain

    Everyone relax. It is just the normal on-going process of the islamisation of yet another non Muslim country. In the past such countries shed blood and lives to protect their country from this, but now governments of the same countries invite in the invaders.

    • Will Quest

      Imagine the righteous uproar if this was Christianity proselytizing in their precious secular space….the indignation of the ‘progressives’ would be palpable …..

  • andycanuck

    I look forward to the “Jesus: God, King & Saviour” poster campaign.

    • tom_billesley

      London buses were used for a poster campaign “Jesus Said ..” and the rival “There’s probably no god ..” campaign in around 2008. There were “I am a Mormon” posters in 2013.

  • Ed

    Advertising usually works best if it communicates in a language the intended market speaks.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Of courses buses will be forbidden to pick up Jews soon. Figure the pogroms start by the end of this year.

  • Schuyler7

    They should put something on the posters that we are more likely to believe. You know, like.. “Islam is Peace” 😉 – jaedon @ https://shariaunveiled.wordpress.com/

  • Kathy Prendergast

    There’s a picture somewhere of the Web of the London double decker bus blown up in 2005, with the sign “Islam Is Peace” on it. If these signs appear they will be ripe for defacing in all kinds of creative ways. Water balloons filled with red paint? Dog poo? (Wouldn’t that add insult to injury!) It would be more than worth going to jail for.