Right, i’m not talking to you. I’m talking to the elephant in the room.
This time, it isn’t Dianne Abbott. Yes, that’s a fat joke, but you’ve heard a lot worse. It could equally be a racist joke, you won’t ever know. But isn’t that how racism works these days? And not only racism, gender-ism. Whatever that is!? Call me old fashioned, but they didn’t have these problems in 1400AD. The world is changing. And there is nothing any of us can do about it.
Look, you can’t ignore Terrorism. It’s time to accept that there is a problem. If you can, for a moment, imagine yourself as a politician, who would you be? To my friends, and those that know me, they probably wouldn’t be too surprised if my likeness was to Paul Nuttall. Obviously I’m prettier, but that’s neither here nor there when it comes to politics. Though it’s always good to know.
And it’s not about the policies, it’s just the way he speaks. When he speaks, I agree with him *(mostly). There was a lady on question time, last week, who happened to be a muslim. If she didn’t say she was, I wouldn’t have known. That’s integration. By the way, do you know my religious beliefs? No. So don’t assume anything. That’s integration. You can check the video out here:
I just wish the other “moderate” muslims would update themselves to the 21st century. And that’s it. As a country, we are hurting. And it’s time to face up to the fact that we are under siege. I’m lucky enough to have been born in the 80’s, growing up blissfully innocent to the plights of the world in the 90’s. The rest of it is a challenge. And what changed? Social media changed. It changed everything.
Now it’s time for us to change the world. I’m not anti-islam. I’m anti Burka. Why? It’s not integration. Stop being a hypocritical bastard and forcing multiculturalism on me when you aren’t prepared to chastise those seeking a British way of life in the same manner.