Any Atlas readers in or around Dudley? GO! Get thee to the EDL protest today. Here are the details. I will have full coverage late Saturday NY time.
The English Defence League (EDL) Dudley demonstration is fast approaching and there is nothing that the pro Islamist toadies in the establishment can do about it! It seems that they may finally have to accept public opinion or risk losing their own political influence. The people of Dudley have a unique opportunity to join with like minded people from around the country and indeed from across Europe to stand up and say with a single voice ‘enough is enough’! In doing so those who do decide to join this important demonstration will be part of a multinational, multiracial, trans-social coalition of people who are joining together to oppose the tyranny and iniquity of sharia. It is an opportunity for people to thumb their noses at the political class who claim to know what is best for people and what is best for society. Any rational assessment that involves even a modicum of common sense would reveal such establishment proclivities toward the socially destructive and divisive to be the nonsense that we all know they are.
One of the key issues with regard to Dudley is the mega mosque project there. Due to public pressure, the Council effectively told the proponents of the structure to stick it by denying planning permission. I am sure they did it on justified planning grounds rather than by assessing the role of mosques in Islam, which perhaps should have been part of their deliberations, and indeed all deliberations with regard to the construction of mosques. However, it would appear that what in the opinion of some is a pro Government lackey overrode the decision of the democratic representatives of the people and reversed the Council decision – so much for local democracy and accountability!
Policy makers are probably already aware, though choose to negligently ignore, the publication entitled ‘The Mosque Exposed’ by S Solomon and E Almaqdis which outlines the role of the mosque in society and demonstrates quite clearly that its role is not identical to that of a Christian Church as many people erroneously believe. A mosque is not just a place of worship and spiritual reflection. Those who are interested in learning about the role of a mosque in society, be they ordinary members of the public or policy makers who have been entrusted as the custodians of national well-being, should certainly set time aside to read this excellent and informative little book – it is a real eye-opener.
The self indulgent platitudes of the ruling class no longer wash with the British people. The ruling elite will have to learn to listen, take note, and develop policies that keep the country safe. People are becoming acutely aware of their cowardice and moral weakness. It may be that they want to push the difficult questions under the carpet, but this is a general election year and this is the one and perhaps only time during the political cycle that they must listen or face the wrath of the voting public. They might believe that people can only vote for the main parties and that they are the only parties capable of forming a Government. However, when it comes down to it the people do not necessarily have to be so gullible, they can vote according to their consciences and can vote according the national interest for people who take the national interest to heart. David Cameron may or may not believe that it is his turn to be Prime Minister, but it is the people and not him who will ultimately decide. I would personally suggest that people neither vote for the parties of Brown, or of Clegg, or of Cameron, as they will all likely pursue policies that will help to usher in the final stages of the destruction of this once great country.
Dudley Demonstration Saturday 3rd April 2010
Details for Dudley demonstration, Saturday 3rd April 2010
Arriving locally: Get to Cinderbank island before 1pm, parking will be available.
Arriving by train: Use DUDLEY PORT train station, and police will bus you into the demo area. Police will also maintain a presence at other stations to assure order is kept.
Arriving by bus/coach: Get to Frankly services (J3 M5) by 11:30am. You will be taken in under police escort to the demo muster area.
Arriving by car/motorcycle: Get to Frankly services by 11:30am. You will be bussed in by police as part of the escort into the demo muster area. You will not receive any parking tickets, and police will maintain a presence to safeguard your vehicles.
Returning: Police will escort everyone back to their respective journey points after the demonstration.