This is the impressive emblem announcing the blog Gates of Vienna which I visit from time to time. It concentrates on the problems thrown up by Islamification and at the moment there is a right royal 'comments' war following his post on 'making the election about Islam'.
Apparently the UKIP candidate for South Leicester, a Christian of Asian background, Abhijit Pandya has made some controversial comments about the Muslim faith which were picked up by the Leicester Mercury. Immediately they have tried to stifle any debate attacking Mr Pandya for his views. It has resulted in UKIP canvassers being chased down the streets by muslim youths brandishing knives.
The problem is that this debate must be held some time. We have allowed mass immigration to thrive uncontrolled so much that huge inner city areas have become ghettoised. Within these ghettos live thousands of people who are unemployable. They are not all muslims but a significant number are because they don't appear to have the same work ethic as we have (or shall I say most of us have). They contribute nothing to our society but are here in such numbers that the welfare bill to support them is enormous.
The mainstream politicians refuse to acknowledge or debate the problem. Every time that someone tries (usually BNP or EDL) they are howled down with the usual cries of 'rascist'. I am pleased that Mr Pandya has been brave enough to embrace the dilemma and even more pleased that he represents UKIP. We need conviction politicians, we need brave men and he deserves support. In the upcoming election UKIP appear to be the only viable alternative to the EU supporting Con/Lib/Lab clones.
It is high time that we introduced a rule into this country to deal with unproductive immigrants. Get a job or get out! I guarantee it would ease the burden of the NHS, the education system and the housing problem in a stroke. It won't happen until we throw off the shackles of the EU and if we don't do it soon we will be stuck with it. Naw I guess we are stuck with it, it is too late now.
That apart if you are fortunate enough to have a UKIP candidate standing in your area give him/her your vote. The more we challenge Westmonster the better. The British public are waking up...not quite enough yet but slowly they are asking questions. Slowly they are realising that something is wrong. It won't be sufficient to affect 5th May but who knows there may be a chink somewhere! OOPs sorry that is no reflection on Chinese ethnicity!!!