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Tuesday, 26 January 2016


Source: BBC/Welsh News Service

Readers who are a little longer in the tooth may recall holidays abroad when a tag was used to obtain services thus removing the need to carry cash. Indeed, in their student days they may even have experienced landlords economising on paint by using a uniform colour, green in the case of Jesus College, Cambridge.

Red has become the symbol of oppression for asylum seekers, something picked up by David Davies MP. No matter that many people in this country would be glad to have a roof over their head and be assured of meals without having to rely on food banks, as increasing numbers of people do in Great Britain today, wristbands it seems have become a sign of oppression despite being fashionable in some quarters and generally obscured from view unless revealed as in the illustration above. 

Baroness Cox knows only too well how difficult it has become to retain a sense of proportion regarding British values without someone complaining that they are being victimised as a consequence. The Baroness's Bill which seeks to protect women and challenge the application of sharia law in the UK has been approved by the House of Lords but it needs an MP to sponsor it and steer it through the House of Commons. Baroness Cox has already been accused of being Islamophbic so with parties fighting for votes from minorities the chances of success are not looking good.

So the strategy continues:
  • Exploit the “victim” status;
  • Use the sympathetic media;
  • Confuse and neutralize the churches;
  • Slander and stereotype [traditionalist] Christians;
  • Bait and switch (hide their true nature); and
  • Intimidation.

People are falling over themselves to say what they perceive to be the 'right' thing regardless of the circumstances, seemingly oblivious to what else is going on in the world so here is victim, reminiscent of Rochdale, Cologne, Denmark, etc, reported by the British Pakistani Christian Association (BPCA).

This poor 17-year-old Christian girl in Pakistan was killed by a group of Muslim men because she spurned their sexual advances after they shouted "How dare you run away from us! Christian girls are only meant for one thing – the pleasure of Muslim men."

Wilson Chowdhry, Chairman of the BPCA said the world is ignoring the treatment of Christian women in Pakistan, where an average of two women a day disappear and are raped, sold into sexual slavery, or forced to marry Muslim men.

Not only in Pakistan. Christian Refugees Live in Fear

It should be clear who the real victims are. What is being done about them?


  1. Is your final question is rhetorical Ancient Briton?
    We all know the answer is going to be 'Nothing'.
    The effete elite do-gooding busybodies care far more about smashing Christianity and welcoming millions of muslims than they do a single Christian girl killed in Pakistan or hundreds raped or groped in European countries on New Year's Eve.
    As long as it's not their daughter, sister or wife on the receiving end.

  2. In conversation with a friend recently, I dared to say something critical about the Islamic invasion of this country : I was labelled 'right wing' for my honest and true utterances !

    Dark forces are at work!

  3. Surely now we should also ban hospital bracelets, after all, the people wearing them might feel victimised for being ill?
    similarly social housing often stands out, so should we repaint all social housing different colours?
    And what about Clerical shirts.......?????

  4. A British govt spokesperson has already said they refuse to "discriminate" in favour of Christian refugees. In the vacant space between David Cameron's ears, the only neurone rolling around is unable to realise that a) first and foremost the Christian refugees desperately need real help, and b) what is the point in at last criticising a radical and clear Islamic agenda, and then importing thousands of people who adhere to it in the demonstrably vain hope that they will suddenly become 'Liberal Progressives' once they reach the UK? Cameron like all the other "leaders" says little and cares even less for real Christian refugees.