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The frenzy over the participation of BNP leader Nick Griffin on Question Time this week has been a classic case of failing to identify the real elephant in the room. By fixating on the ‘far right’ as the supremely evil force in British public life, the mainstream political class has failed to grasp that a half-baked neo-Nazi rabble is not the main issue. There is another more lethal type of fascism on the march in the form of Islamic supremacism.

The Islamists, or jihadis, are intent upon snuffing out individual freedom and imposing a totalitarian regime of submission to religious dogma which erodes and then replaces British and Western values. Now these two types of fascism are doing battle with each other — and with the white working class and lower-middle classes caught between them. For it is the intense anger of these people with the fact that — as they see it — they are the ignored victims of the jihadis that is driving them into the arms of the BNP. [..]

Support for the BNP would plummet if the political mainstream were to limit immigration, denounce cultural Islamic imperialism and refuse to give one inch to sharia law, saying no to polygamy, sharia finance, sharia courts and all attempts to set up a parallel Islamic society in Britain.

Freedom can only be protected if its defenders are united. But with Britain’s collective brain turned to multicultural jelly, liberals are refusing to acknowledge the civilisational battle now under way and gathering pace. The obsession with the ‘far right’ has cemented progressive opinion into its current lethal state of cultural somnambulism. Liberals must raise their eyes, raise their game and ask where this is leading. For there is far worse on the horizon than a nasty man on Question Time. The clash of uncivilisations.



  • Et fuldstændig ligegyldigt angreb på det eneste parti i Storbritannien(BNP) som vil beskytte etniske europæere og stoppe al ikke vestlig indvandring til storbritannien, ville Melanie Philips skrive det samme om det jødiske nationalistiske parti i Israel som vil hjemsendelse alle sub-Sahara afrikanere fra Israel? Fordi de mener det er en trussel imod den Jødiske identitet i Israel? Hun burde rejse hjem til Israel, fordi det tydeligt at hun har brug for at være sammen med sine egne semitter og i sidste ende trives vi også bedst når vi er sammen med vores egne!