No. I don’t honestly believe there will always be an England

I read the news today oh boy,

Four thousand holes in Blackburn, Lancashire

h/t NightRider

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    I read the news today.
    Oh boy.

    • BillyHW


      • dance…dancetotheradio

        I got the newsfeed on my mobile device a little a while ago.
        Oh, young man who hasn’t reached the age of majority yet.

  • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

    ‘Imam Shahed Tameez said: “We celebrate because, after God, Muhammad is the most important in the Muslim faith. When he came he changed everything through the law of Sharia. He forbade killing and any form of terrorism or oppression, and gave equal rights to Muslims and non-Muslims alike.”’

    So many lies coming out of the mouth of that sharia-loving Imam.

    England’s only hope to stay ‘England’ is to mass deport their Muslim population.
    How huge of a task it that though?
    Never mind doing it, if any Western government even proposed such an idea it would trigger an immediate international outcry, from Muslim and Non-muslim countries alike, and lead to trade sanctions and whatever else.

    The world is far too globalized for one country to survive on its own. Add to that the meddling of the U.N.

    So I also don’t believe there will always be an England.
    I do wonder if I’ll be alive to witness the time when Britain is ruled by Sharia law. (I’m 36…. )

    • Someone has to be the first. Europe maybe Russia.

      • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

        I’d pick Russia to do it before any country in Europe.

        There’s always China too.

    • WalterBannon

      deporting them is the only humane solution, the other alternative is, lets say, more permanent. time will tell. its us or them.

    • Linda1000

      Give it another ten or fifteen years, as sharia courts already operate in England. This is the same future for Canada. Wtf did I just watch – looked like a street in Islamabad or Karachi. Goodbye England .. you are no longer a rose (Elton John tribute to Diana).
      Last time I was in London was 2001 and I’ll never go back there again.

      • I have heard parts are largely unrecognizable to frequent visitors who have been back and forth over the last decade or so.

  • andycanuck

    Great Beatles music quote, BCF.

    • I thought it appropriate;)

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        Probably the last time we’ll hear the words, ‘The English Army had just won the war.’

  • eMan14

    Sad. Truly sad.

  • pdxnag

    Did those sicks sounds include an echo from Alvin the Chipmunk?

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    Woke up.
    Got out of bed.
    Dragged a comb across my head.

  • no4

    This is just the tip of the iceberg.

  • A horror movie playing right in front of our eyes, for real. Will the real Brits stand up and react finally? Have they lost their backbone, their stiff upper lip, their survival instinct?

  • No one will ever be held to account for doing this to Britain.

    • Sean

      … or to Michigan, Calgary, Edmonton,etc.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      Will the last Englishman please turn off the light at the end of the tunnel?

  • tom_billesley

    Nelson, huh. Can’t turn a blind eye to that.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Well certainly Islamic Autonomous Regions are coming. Statelets within the state where there is officially and legally no civil law or administration only Muslim law, practice and custom.