Monday, 30 May 2011

A Glimpse of the Future

If you want a glimpse of the future - then here it is.

The more diverse our nation becomes, the less cohesive our society becomes.

The more immigration - the more division.

This is the dialectic of racial and religious politics that has been unleashed by mass immigration into our country.

The Sikhs are merely copying the radicalism of other groups in Britain.

The Community Security Trust is the state sanctioned para-military militia of Zionism in Britain.

The Islamist groups have their own terror cells and street militias.

Therefore other communities will copy the models that empower other groups in society.

The white community is therefore faced with a fundamental choice - we can only save the indigenous people and culture of Britain by two actions ;

1) Start deporting immigrants and colonists to protect our demographic majority and national culture

2) Start copying what other communities are doing in order to defend our communities and protect our people.

Failure to do so will mean social collapse and our destruction as community within our country.

The choice is yours.

Sikhs lay siege to their OWN community centre after private party sold meat and alcohol
By Daily Mail Reporter

Last updated at 7:09 AM on 30th May 2011

Comments (7) Add to My Stories Share Two hundred militant Sikhs trashed their own community centre in a violent protest after meat and alcohol were sold there at a private party.

Officers were drafted in from across the West Midlands to the Sikh Cultural centre in Dudley after it was besieged by protesters thought to be from the UK Sangat, which protests against code breaking temples.

They claimed that the temple had been selling at a private party meat and alcohol - both are which are shunned by devout followers of the religion.

Violent scenes flared when members of the mob clashed with police who were trying to defend the centre.
Religious movement: Militant Sikhs stage a mass protest outside the temple in Dudley, West Midlands, which allowed meat and alcohol to be sold for a private party
One officer was left with head injuries after the protesters began pelting officers with bricks, bottles and other missiles.

Forcing their way into the centre, protesters barricaded themselves inside and trashed the interior - causing 'significant' damage. Food was strewn across the floor and windows were smashed.

The tense five hour stand-off left two demonstrators nursing head injuries and another policeman with dental injuries.

Protest organisers said last night: 'All Sikhs should be aware of the basic Sikh tenets that meat and alcohol are not permissible in the Sikh faith.
'The centre owners have insulted the Sikh faith and violated Sikh Maryada by allowing a party to take place at the Sikh Cultural Centre.'

The demonstration was called after managers at the centre agreed to serve alcohol and meat at a private party set to take place that night.
Smashed: Jasbir Singh, of Dudley's Gurunanak, sits inside the Sikh Cultural Centre which was subjected to the demonstration by the large group of devout Sikhs

Trashed: Piles of food lie strewn across the ground after protesters rushed past police defending the centre and barricaded themselves inside, causing 'significant' damage
After hardliners within the Sikh community caught wind of the plans, a group gathered outside the centre around 12.45pm on Saturday.

The mob's numbers quickly spiralled, and as tensions rose some protesters picked up missiles and hurled them at police.

Specialist officers rushed to the scene to help negotiations between the militant Sikhs and under-siege management staff.

At one point a coach had to be given a police escort into the area - which had been cordoned-off - just to allow innocent centre users caught up in the stand-off to escape.

The violent clashes only ended at around 6pm when managers at the centre caved in to the mob's demands and agreed to ban the sale of meat and alcohol.
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Last night police said 'significant' damage had been caused to the inside of the community centre, which remained cordoned off to allow forensic teams to examine the area.

Over five hours of CCTV footage has been seized and will be trawled through in a bid to identify the protest ring leaders.

Chief Inspector Deb Doyle, who led the police response to the disorder, said: 'What started as a peaceful protest soon turned to violence when a minority of people started throwing missiles at officers and then forced their way inside the centre.

'Once inside they have vandalised the building and refused to leave until the centre managers agreed to ban the supply of meat and alcohol on the premises.

'I would urge those responsible for the violence to hand themselves in to their local police station immediately or face officers arresting them at home in the very near future.'

A 28-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of violent disorder but was released on police bail pending further enquiries.

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alanorei said...

You've noticed how elements in the police force have been giving British nationals a hard time, one way and another.

Maybe some members of those rogue elements will start reaping what they've sown.

extant said...

I am very surprised at the Sikh Community. I did not realize they were so militant or violent.

The next 10 years will be absolutely crucial for the indigenous communities to become united to survive the coming civil War's.