Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Can Britain Survive Multiculturalism?

Among other people featured in this CBN news report are Steve Gash of SIOE and Paul Ray (Lionheart).

Hat tip: Steen.

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spackle said...

How sad is it that the only place you will see this is on CBN?

babs said...

Was that Pat Robertson of the 700 club? If not, maybe someone could tell me who this is.

Of course, everything they said I had already read at this site and others. Wake Up!

USorThem said...

Re: Paul Ray/Lionheart

The British hate crimes unit who "investigated" the case is now recommending No Further Action on the complaint against LH.

I have it on good authority that Paul did EXCELLENT in his interview with the Luton Investigators when he returned to Britain in April. So much so, in fact, that Paul's counsellor was even excited at the prospect of taking the case to trial, watching Paul testify and appropriately dressing down the police authorities for their abject dhimmitude.

There has not been, and will probably not be, a formal declaration that all charges are forever dismissed because they want to allow that possibility hanging over Paul's head to keep him silent- (see his blog and that should tell you it isn't working).

The good thing is that he stood up to the hate crimes police and went toe to toe with them, stared them down, and waited for them to blink.

I think this is an encouraging development for British bloggers who worry about adverse police action for their anti-jihad writings.

I don't think we've heard the last from Lionheart.

And kudos to him for not backing down.

laller said...

Personally, I didn't like the report. Not because of what was reported, but because of the christian slant. I often hear/read that the "fall" of christianity is the reason for islams "success", just like in this report, and I just don't buy it.

ZZMike said...

The second comment in the video should become a rallying cry:

"We're going to be taken back to the stoning age."

I greatly fear that it's too late for Formerly Great Britain. They've caved in on far too many issues - like self-defense (though they may be reconsidering that one).

The best we can expect from them is to serve as a horrible example of what to expect if we follow their path.

Joanne said...

laller - all you have to do is look at history and judge for yourself. When people fall away from God's laws, commandments, and statutes, they pay dearly.

Britain is morally and spiritually bankrupt, and what is happening to Britain? The people are facing the worse threat yet - Islam. Just take a look at Iraq and Afghanistan to see how evil self-righteous Muslims can be when they seek power and control of people.

When the majority of Iraqis decided to stand up united against al Queda, with the help of the coalition troops, they made great progress in their security. The native people of Britain and those of like mind need to stand up united, and take on Islam head on.

Henrik R Clausen said...

Laller, I think you're missing out just how fundamental Christianity is to European history and culture. It's all-pervasive, the undercurrent that upholds what we understand as 'civilization'.

As Johanne says, What-Used-To-Be-Great Britain is paying dearly for forgetting its roots, both the Christian and the specific British of industry and self-determination. I still believe Common Purpose plays an important role in letting this happen. But then, the enemy to face up to is Islam.

Anything fundamentalist Islamic needs to be sent back to the countries many Muslims fled from.

El said...

excellent news about lionheart. i knew we weren't that far gone yet.

the police are trying to intimidate people, but they're firing blanks. this becomes clearer by the day, and not only in the UK. the powers-that-be can't do what they want to do, can't ban what they want to ban.

Zenster said...

The embedded video link didn't work for me. Here's an alternative path:

It's really good to see Political Correctness being blamed so directly for the harm done by Multiculturalism.

Anonymous said...

Re: "I often hear/read that the "fall" of christianity is the reason for islams "success", just like in this report, and I just don't buy it."

Yeah. I'm sure it's just a bizarre coincidence.

It's like JFK. You know? I mean, they say he died from a gunshot, but maybe he died from a heart attack just before the bullet hit him. Just one of those funny coincidences, you know?

Aeneas said...

I would appear that the charges brought against Lionheart were just brought as a way of trying to intimidate him. If this is the case then it is an abuse of the law,an abuse that I think is becoming more and more common in Dhimmi Britain.

Lionheart said...

Im not out of the woods just yet, the leash is still around my neck as i am still on police bail and nothing is certain until its certain.

Thank you Us or Them for your friendship, help and support - I miss America ;)

Thank you Gates of Vienna for all of your support, friendship, and helping me see the light on the journey.

And thank you everyone else who has supported me in your hearts and in your minds because this is about all of us, its just it happened to me first.

If we cannot even talk about the big ugly smelly Elephant sitting in the room then what hope is there.

Any sacrifice is a sacrifice worth paying when you think of the sacrifices our forefathers made for us in the last two great wars.

This is our time now!!!

How dare any government or police force stop us, the common man and woman, from speaking openly and honestly about the imminent and serious threat to our civilisation and our children and grandchildrens futures.

Sir Winston Churchill

Still, if you will not fight for the right when you can easily win without bloodshed, if you will not fight when your victory will be sure and not so costly, you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a precarious chance for survival. There may be a worse case. You may have to fight when there is no chance of victory, because it is better to perish than to live as slaves.

We all have our parts to play, and we should each be actively daily looking for what part we can play so that together we CAN make a difference.

God bless you

Deus Vult


p.s As you say Mr B you have not heard the last of me, i am still alive.

This is only the beginning.

No surrender is the British motto.

And i am currently writing a book about the state of affairs in England, and in the process of setting up a better website.

Once i have been cut free from the leash around my neck i will be able to close that chapter and then move onto the next.

We are at war, where do you stand, who do you stand with, and dig in and prepare for what is coming!

Its them or us, no middle ground, so what do you want it to be?

Anonymous said...

I'm afraid we havent reached the bottom yet.

Equality bill to outlaw religious discrimination- AKA the Muslim Charter.

This Bill provides the followers of the Religion of Peace with a carte blanche to get just about anything they want, it is a complete sell out to the Muslim lobby by this Government.

More on this here

Equality bill to outlaw religious discrimination

The only that I can think of, is that NuLabour is counting on gettting as many Muslims into the UK, to win the next election. If they dont, they know that they will the one after, solely because the Muslim population will have grown by then.

Simon de Montfort said...

It's an honour to be on the same thread with you, Mr. Ray. I admire your persistence and greatly respect your courage.

Lots of people talk; you take action.

darrinh said...

What an amazingly frank news item, I thought I was dreaming....

Unknown said...

I didn't like the smugness dripping from the mouth of the second presenter.

The whole piece is presented in a condescending manner. If you want to examine "life inside a country where multiculturalism has run amok" you could start with the US Southwest which is being conquered by Mexicans.

If my neighbour's house was on fire I wouldn't be gloating. Oh sorry not gloating just noting how my neighbour has withstood previous attacks but nowadays (*cue big satisfied grin*) seems to be in a bit of a bind.

Anonymous said...

Henrik, I agree. You cannot throw a stone in Europe without hitting a shrine, a statue, or a church. If one goes by public symbols alone, Christianity is far more prevasive in Europe than in the US.

Zenster said...

Lionheart: Thank you Gates of Vienna for all of your support, friendship, and helping me see the light on the journey.

Mate, you've earned it in spades. The lot of us should feel fortunate for not needing pry bars to peel you off the cross those legal tossers were so intent on nailing you onto.

Keep fighting the good fight. Never hesitate in letting us know when you need a splash of awkward publicity to give your foes pause.

Warmest Regards,


Afonso Henriques said...

I don't understand you Americans... you have CBN, you have Fox News, and you still do not fanct your mass media.

Well, my mass media is not like BBC but it is because of lack of manners. Sometimes it looks like a BBC is their dream...

Anyway, "many muslims came there to escape it (sharia)"

Well dears, Get Your own f... land to escape it! Antarctida is a good spot, is it not?

I didn't like the oh you must be a Christian dogm in the end but, well, that's America!

It's midday and I have already saw a Catholic priest on telvision claiming we must help hip hop and rap and immigrants fighting the poverty, that the taxes on the rich should be higher so that the state could give to the poor immigrants... because they are not immigrants, they are Portuguese like the others... when confrontated why the "minorities" are so eagerly claimng they are going to kill policemen and rape females from non-immigrant ethnicities, the Catholic priest says: "That's a whole new laguag that only young people understand..."

But I am not mad with the church yet. Thoug I reckon it's not a solution to our problems... not at all.
We can not count on that once loyal old friend of ours, the Church, Rome and he Vatican. It's sad.

Afonso Henriques said...

I wonder how can it be so many people still think that it has all to do it the Europeans lack of religion...

The funny coincidence I notice is not the loss of religion/Christianity whatever... if you study European History you will notice many periods in which Christianity weakened.

The funny coincidence I notice is that it's the first time Europeans invite to their lands non European peoples...

Isn't that wonderfull that so many can not see this... oh yeah, that's racist!

SHAME ON YOU!!! I would even add a ig F-U like John Cena...

Bilgeman said...


"Im not out of the woods just yet, the leash is still around my neck as i am still on police bail and nothing is certain until its certain."

Well, I hope you sleep better nights knowing that the "Eye of Sauron" is itself under close scrutiny,(vis-a-vis clapping you into gaol).

Meanwhile, is Luton still the best place 'round England to buy dope?

spackle said...


"I didn't like the oh you must be a Christian dogm in the end but, well, that's America!"

The Christian dogma at the end is because it is a Christian TV channel/station. It is not a "legit" news channel.

Lionheart said...

Simon de Montfort and Zenster - God bless you.

Bilgeman: I sleep well of a night because my trust is in the living God.

Death has no hold over my life, so i do not fear what man can do to me.

My God has all of those who seek me harm, under close scrutiny because my life is in His hands.

Our future way of life is now at stake, so do i not have a right to talk about that and tell others.

When history looks back they will be thankful of all of our voices because at least we chose to do something whilst others sat back doing nothing, comfotable in their passing pleasures whilst their childrens futures where washed down the drain into a new dark age.

Deus Vult