Muslims Expose British Fascism

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Monday, 12 November 2007


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In a brave attack on Great Britain's Nazi totalitarianism, the Muslim Council of Britain has laid bare that country's evil betrayal of the many Muslims who have flocked to its shores.

In a much praised speech, a spokesman from the MCB made a poignant attack on the British Government and its people, revealing that their conduct toward Muslims is a parallel of Nazi Germany.

He has disclosed that Britain forbids Muslims to have more than one wife, pig products are openly displayed in supermarkets, the "Gestapo-like" police prevent them from carrying machine guns and shooting rifles in the air, Jews and Christians are allowed to worship their faith and Muslims cannot build Mosques without obtaining planning permission.

This correspondent calls upon the Brits to show respect to their Muslim minority by adopting Islamic law, unless they want more justifiable murders being perpetrated by their own home grown Muslim kids, who's resentment of the British way of life and its lack of randy virgins have forced them into anarchy.

The Austrian Committee of Former Nazis and their Admirers has been the only voice speaking out for the Nazis, describing British conduct toward Muslims as "pussy-like". They told they had previously understood British Muslims to have regarded Adolph Hitler as a hero.

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