Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Police enforcing Moslem no-go areas

A week or so back, the Bishop of Rochester was criticised for suggesting that Anglicanism isn't doing enough to try and convert Moslems to Christianity. Perhaps this is why?

Two Christian preachers were stopped from handing out Bible extracts by police because they were in a Muslim area, it was claimed yesterday.

They say they were told by a Muslim police community support officer that they could not preach there and that attempting to convert Muslims to Christianity was a hate crime.

Blimey! I'm surprised the Bishop isn't languishing in the Tower already if that is the case - but of course, preaching the Bible and trying to convert Moslems isn't a hate crime. Yet.

But this is .....

The community officer is also said to have told the two men: 'You have been warned. If you come back here and get beat up, well, you have been warned.'

Yep, the phoney bobby effectively threatened the preachers with a bloody good hiding if they don't get out of town. Congratulations, multiculturalists! You've successfully created a divided nation with segregated enclaves where law abiding citizens who just happen to be the wrong colour or wrong religion will be beaten up just for being the wrong colour or wrong religion - and the police, rather than preventing such a thing happening, just shrug and say it's your own fault.

You must be soooooo proud of yourselves.

And don't kid yourselves that this is just a jumped up PCSO over reaching himself.

According to a complaint by the men's lawyers, [the PCSO] summoned two other officers in support, one of whom, a full constable, is said to have told the men not to return to the area.

So there you go. Moslem no go areas are actually being enforced by the police. No doubt trying to be "culturally sensitive" - as long as that culture isn't Judeo-Christian in any way, shape or form.

A West Midlands Police spokesman said an investigation into the complaint had concluded that the PCSO had acted 'with the best of intentions' when he 'intervened to diffuse a heated argument between two groups of men'.

Well, that's alright then. Isn't it?

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