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Friday, 6 August 2010

Political correctness is truly taking over our once great country. You can't even be non black and shout the 'N' word as you usually would without being accused of being a 'racist' anymore as residents in Stoke on Trent sadly discovered.

We also see our entire once great culture and heritage being stripped from us. The former labour government didn't stop at letting foreigners have jobs but continued to let all different coloured moslems in to take over the land.

In a school in Slough this has become clear as all students whether moslem or ordinary good pupils are forced to worship the moon as moslems do or face a 'shariah' detention in which the student would be forced to sing the Pakistani national anthem while walking on hot coal. another school in East London is shockingly known to not allow students to speak English as they have to interact in Bangladeshi or Somalian. These tragedies emerge as good Christian pupils are only allowed 'halal' food in school. they face a 'halal' inspector at lunchtime, a scantily clad small man with a device that beeps if the food is not halal, this is also a trigger for a Sharia punishment in which the pupil would have to shout phrases at them self such as 'being English is shameful' and 'the moslem gods hate white people like me'

Sadly, the youth of our country are not the only ones to be effected as Shariah spreads onto public transport. 'I saw some blacks on a bus, i think they were making something Shariah, they were definitely doing Shariah law', Stacey Mitchell told us about the horrors of Shariah law that she witnessed on London Buses. Kit davies, A cab driver agreed with her, 'yeah i seen some asians'

How long before we all have to wear Burkas? Islam is a genuine problem in the UK, even a filthy homosexual could see that.

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