ALLAH’S LITTLE HELPER

I’m currently writing an essay on the impact that Muslim immigration and birth rates are having on UK demographics. Surfing across the web, I came across a site that seeks to “debunk” the “myth” that Europe is being Islamified. Can you guess where it is? Yes – the BBC magazine, Allah’s little helper. Do give what they have to say a read. I think the sort of mindset that can produce this dhimmified nonsense is the reason so much of their current affairs coverage is warped out of all shape.

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27 Responses to ALLAH’S LITTLE HELPER

  1. PhilO'TheWisp says:

    Bacon on 5L this afternoon. “But lots of good came to Britain through immigration” and “they come here, work hard, then retire back to their homelands so do not take anything from us” and “multiculturalism has been such a benefit” and on and on ad infinitum. The BBBC broke all records churning out their script after the census data was published. Bizarrely no Labour interviewees on this topic. They were all dissing the Olympics and the Rail Investment. And have nothing to say about their social reengineering project and the consequences. History will be rewritten by Labour and it’s broadcast arm!

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    • johnnythefish says:

      …..“they come here, work hard, then retire back to their homelands so do not take anything from us”.

      Why am I thinking he got his inspiration for that from a state-educated 8 year-old’s essay.

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      • Aerfen says:

        Well he IS a former Blue Peter presenter – that is the level at which Bacons mind works.

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        • Hadda says:

          A mind somewhat addled by Colombia’s most famous export, if I recall correctly.

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  2. Beness says:

    Never heard Bacon. But If they never take anything off us how come they send so much much money home?

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  3. Earls Court says:

    Was Richard Bacon the person who got the sack from blue peter a few ago. I remember reading he got caught in a brothel high on coke, tied to a cross being whipped by a prostitue.

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    • bodo says:

      You’re mixing up your BBC employees, but you’re not far off.

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      • Earls Court says:

        Most BBC employees I have met are different and that is putting it nicely.

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        • Ian Hills says:

          Yes, that WAS Richard Bacon – who also encouraged 5L listeners last year to watch a YouTube video which mocked Sarak Palin’s Downs syndrome son.

          Fellow lefty Jimmy Carr took the mickey out of these children last year too. And made a joke about the victims of a car crash.

          How I’d laugh if these two ended up on traction.

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    • Reed says:

      Sounds like a combination of Angus Deayton, Jamie Theakston and Richard Bacon. There seems to have been rather a lot of coke addled perverts at the BBC in recent years, it’s not surprising we’re confusing them.

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      • +james says:

        And don’t forget Frank Bough….

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        • Earls Court says:

          Frank Bough? The term to describe is activites is called hard sports or brown showers

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      • London Calling says:

        BBC Presenter salaries make it easy for these Beeb coke-snorters to be up to their nose in the white stuff. Do they consider the ruined poor economies, corruption of law and order, and tens of thousands killed in the supply chain from South America to up their nose in West London? I doubt it.
        I don’t particularly care what harm the white powder does to BBC “talent”, its the harm done to the rest of the world by the narcos, whose vast profits are just a couple of steps removed from the BBC license fee.

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  4. Alex says:

    Full respect David as this essay will be a hugely complex and painstaking undertaking, not least because of the indignant opposition you’ll inevitably face from the outset; a man of your intellect won’t need me to tell you that the stats will have to be completely watertight if the Left aren’t to poo poo your presentation. One thing I would say though, is that the effects of immigration can be seen independently of statistics to an extent in that inward ethnic migration has been highly noticeable and tangible in each and every community up and down the length of the UK; we are seeing immigrants everywhere and this is fact. Now it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to conclude that if mosques and Polish accents are springing up from as diverse settlements such as Stornoway, Glasgow, London and Plymouth then there is a huge influx taking place. I have travelled extensively around Britain and I am always struck by the amount of times I hear, ‘too many immigrants are here’ and so on. I think the impact on culture is visible, highly observable and measurable. You could also measure through the Freedom of Information act and Planning, the amount of Mosques which are springing up in communities; also, another indicator might be the amount of Halal meat sold to high street shops and supermarkets. Anyway, best of luck!
    I think a good place to start would be the NHS and the Department of Education; these areas will give you meaningful data on recent births and the requirements for language assistants in schools. As a former teacher we used to analyze data across the authority in order to forecast what our support needs would be, which increasingly were both religious (in terms of teachers needing to be aware of cultural differences) and literacy-based, in terms of language assistants and English as an additional language-based curriculum materials.

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    • Aerfen says:

      This has been precisely my argument about numbers for a the last ten years – for immigration to be sooo visible (and audible) in every corner of Britain, the influx has to be way higher than these phoney figures from a half @rsed census suggest. And I do mean WAY higher.

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    • London Calling says:

      Simple. The next time you walk through the streets, count the % of women you pass who are wearing headscarves. On London streets where I walk it varies from 5% in Richmond to to about 25% in Tooting, up to 30% in Camden and Islington when the schools turn out.
      Great thing about the hijab, it’s the visible proof of Muslim occupation.

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  5. Mice Height says:

    I remember they did this on ‘More Or Less’ (I think), soon after the video went on line several years ago now.
    I recall them often turning to birthrates in Muslim’s countries of origin when they didn’t have statistics for that ‘community’ in Europe.
    This is daft, as, for example, the Bangladeshi government has been encouraging responsibility in recent years, something that British government’s haven’t been doing successfully here.

    http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/f60e2ddc-0bbc-11e1-9861-00144feabdc0.html#axzz20v4L8eR5

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  6. Alan says:

    No mention of Muslim intentions though…In France activist Muslims believe they can turn France Muslim within a generation.

    The BBC article denies the possibility of rapid Muslim population growth but then tacks this on the end of the article:
    ‘”In the 1930s there were population projections made of the UK that by the end of the century the UK population would be 20 million. Well, it turned out to be 50 million. ‘

    Doesn’t seem to back their own case does it?

    Nor does this:

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/8189231.stm

    Muslims in Europe: Country guide
    Islam is widely considered Europe’s fastest growing religion, with immigration and above average birth rates leading to a rapid increase in the Muslim population.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/5994047/Muslim-Europe-the-demographic-time-bomb-transforming-our-continent.html

    The BBC article also doesn’t take into account the concentration of Muslims in single areas….where Islam is the dominant culture…essentially what is happenming is that numerous mini-Pakistans are growing in our midst and politicians are refusing to deal with this issue….which can only lead to conflict and violence as these areas seek to go their separate way from the secular, Western legal system and values.

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  7. Louis Robinson says:

    Slightly different take on this: there are millions – MILLIONS – of wacky videos on YOUTUBE. Why does the BBC choose to debunk this one?

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  8. Pounce_uk says:

    Meanwhile at the bBC

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01l1yl6

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  9. Scrappydoo says:

    This is what all the fuss was about –
    But which one is right , is it our beloved aunty Beeb or …

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  10. George R says:

    Alternative discourse on Islamisation to any found on INBBC:-

    “A Future for Britain Free from Islamization: An Interview with British Freedom Party Chairman, Paul Weston”

    by Jerry Gordon,

    (March 2012).

    http://www.newenglishreview.org/custpage.cfm/frm/108985/sec_id/108985

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  11. fitzfitz says:

    … beaten back at the gates of Vienna …

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  12. John Anderson says:

    It is NOT racist to say that when looking at the real demographic trends, anyone who wants to preserve the culture and social values of Britain rooted in hundreds of years of history has to conclude that ALL further Muslim immigration has to stop – right now.

    And that includes so-called “student visas” that are largely issued to Muslims and frequently used to evade immigration controls.

    It should also include the bringing in of wives or husbands – there are plenty enough Muslims here in the UK now for any young Muslim to have a good choice of marriage partner.

    And certainly there should be no further immigration of dependent relatives.

    Further – there should be real efforts to trace all illegal immigrants and send them back home.

    “Enough is enough”. It is not racist to want to defend the indigenous culture of these islands.

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