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Cultural terrorism is as dangerous as bombs and bullets

Cultural terrorism is as dangerous as bombs and bullets

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Friday, 11 August, 2017
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GEORGE ORWELL wrote in 1941 that “the gentleness of English civilisation is its most marked characteristic”. How poignant those words now sound today as our society is plagued by alien barbarism and cruel exploitation.

The apostles of political correctness talk of the joys of diversity but mass immigration has led to the wholesale import of primitive, misogynistic, often brutal values that are utterly inimical to those of traditional, well-ordered Britain. 

The widespread incidence of abuse inflicted on vulnerable white girls by predatory Asian, overwhelmingly Muslim, sex gangs is a prime illustration of this social breakdown. After recent scandals in Rotherham, Peterborough, Derby and Oxford – the city of Newcastle upon Tyne has now joined the list of places to be scarred by these vicious activities.