Monday, 11 January 2010

"Muslim needs should be priority in Britain" - Gov analyst

More than half the population believe Britain is deeply divided along religious lines, according to an official survey.

A majority would also strongly oppose the development of a mosque in their neighbourhood, the research into social attitudes found.

Almost half - 45 per cent - say they do not believe that diversity has brought benefits to the country and that religious diversity has had a negative impact.

The government-backed inquiry revealed that only one in four people in Britain feel positively about Islam.
That would be the Muslim section of the population I presume. I don't know anyone who feels positively about Islam. A long time ago, I confronted one of my Muslim friends when he was talking about 'killing all the Jews'. We were children at the time. The tenets of Islam are completely opposed to individual liberty and limited government, probably one of the reasons they are importing them by the millions.
The warnings on the extent of the divide between Muslims and much of the rest of the country come in the annual British Social Attitudes survey, produced with funding from Whitehall.
It found that 55 per cent of people would be 'bothered' if a large mosque was built in their locality. Only 15 per cent said they would have similar qualms about a church.

Some 52 per cent think Britain is deeply divided along religious lines. The findings, following worrying signs in other government research that tension over religion is increasing, emerged in the wake of the furore over an attempt by Islamic extremists to march through Wootton Bassett.

The social attitudes survey is produced by leading academics from interviews with 4,486 people. Its findings, to be published in full later this month, will raise concern that the Government's policy of producing 'social cohesion' by backing moderate Islam and isolating extremism is not working.
Again, Islam is not supposed to mix with our 'unclean, kaffir' culture. Regardless of how many Muslims integrate, the FACT that Islam views other cultures as inferior means there will always be a very large proportion of Muslims who will not integrate.
Professor David Voas, who analysed the findings, said many people believe the size and nature of Britain's Muslim population presents a threat to national identity.

Professor Voas, head of population studies at Manchester University, said there was growing intolerance because of 'the degree to which Islam is perceived as a threat to social cohesion'.
That is people of the very real effect Islam is having on the British way of life. If it has a positive effect this wouldn't be a problem, would it? He continues by focusing on the plight of Muslims, poor things.
He added: 'Muslims deserve to be the focus of policy on social cohesion, because no other group elicits so much disquiet. This apparent threat to national identity or even, some fear, to security, reduces the willingness of the majority to accommodate free expression.
The language says it all. Muslims DESERVE to come first, the host culture must be forced to accept 'free expression' of a foreign totalitarian regime. The host culture is not allowed to have free expression in return though, that would be discrimination. They obviously view British law and culture as something inferior.
'Opinion is divided, and many people remain tolerant of unpopular speech as well as distinctive dress and religious behaviour, but a large segment of the British population is unhappy about these subcultures.'

The survey said those with no educational qualifications were twice as likely to have negative attitudes towards Muslims as university graduates.
That is because a majority of Muslim immigration has been into social housing (paid for by you) into poor areas, they then segregate themselves and set up their own communities, refusing to mix with the local people, being unclean infidels and all that.

Ministers have been anxious to reduce negativity towards Muslims and minority groups among poorer and less-educated white people in recent months, fearing an election backlash from one-time core Labour voters.

However, the survey suggests that unhappiness over the influence of Islam has spread beyond poor white areas and now concerns a majority of people.
That is one of the reasons why the Facebook group against the Islam4UK Wolton Bassett march now has about 740,000 members.

This isn't just about some fringe group. This is about a foreign cultural, legal and religious system that believes it should reign supreme over Britain, and a government that agrees with them.


Jayce Kay said...

This is why we as a nation need an urgent process of full secularisation.

The state at the very least should adopt a position akin to agnosticism or at best atheism.

Dealing with fundamentalist ideologies, I feel, should be a 4-D(imensional) solution.


Sean said...

The backlash against Islam is encouraging militant secularism and inflicting collateral damage on Christianity

Revolution Harry said...

I wonder what the figures would be like if the relentless brainwashing and 'perception shaping' was stopped? Islam is the religion of peace, lol.

Of course you have to see this in the larger context of the New World Order agenda, part of which is a 'one world religion'. A conflict between the 'Christian' west and Islam is being manipulated in various ways. The conflict will play itself out on both a global and national level.

Jayce, with respect, your suggestion sounds horrific. Detain? Destroy? Full secularisation?

Jayce Kay said...

Many of suggestions have been commented as being horrific and sometimes inhuman.

I thank you for your respectful reply and will take this chance to amplify and clarify the context of my remark.

If religion is to serve the individual any useful purpose at all it is the search for some inner peace through ones own understanding and interpretation of religious texts and allegories.

Belief in supernatural deities or other similar entities should not be permitted to place any individual in a privileged position above other human beings, in terms of Law and many other things.

I could go on, but I think you get the gist and this might already be tl;dr.

Anonymous said...

I agree that the law, the policies of government should not recognise religions or any other factor other than self-ownership and the rights connected with that.

No special 'rights' for gay, black, lesbo, Muslim, transexual, six-toed, Jedi knights who believe they are oppressed by the ancient flying spaghetti monster who lives behind the Moon.

You are an individual human being, that is all. The rest, as they say, is up to you.