Sunday, October 30, 2011

A Tale of Two Countries

Hat tip to Daily Mail and Political Forum

Remember that Charles Dickens story entitled; "A Tale of Two Cities?"


You'd think England and France haven't come very far over the centuries. Hate, violence and intolerance are running rampant.

Anjem Choudary and his gang of nose-pickers

In London, Muslims Against the Crusades, a UK-based radical group that is fighting against something that happened many centuries ago, has added another disgraceful episode to their long resume-this time storming a mosque where a British politician was holding some sort of British version of a town hall meeting. The Daily Mail has the report.

Meanwhile, on the other side of the English Channel, hate and intolerance reign supreme. In the French city of Nimes, Catholic worshipers were pelted with stones by Middle Eastern youths as they left a religious event. Political Forum has the report.

And France is supposed to be a Catholic country!


fullerton taxpayer said...

I was in Paris and London two years ago. The majority of people I saw on and near the Champs-Elysees were Muslim. Majority of women wore Muslim garb loaded down with expensive jewelry and the men spoke Arabic, flashed expensive watches and seemed always to be smoking cigarettes.
They were quiet and polite, but I was confused as I rarely heard French spoken on this famous French boulevard. I am used to seeing Muslims in the UK. As far back as 1980, Pakistanis were assimilating into UK culture and were admired by the Brits for their work ethic. It seems recently that a radical, hateful element has coursed through both these communities that breeds distrust of Muslims by non-Muslims

Siarlys Jenkins said...

Last I observed, Republicans in the senate will cheer for anyone who is against France. Maybe they will propose to rename a dish in the cafeteria "Koran fries."