Now here are the words of a British patriot. I refer to Sir Gulam Noon…
“After his father died when he was 10, he worked in the family sweet shop in Bombay until he had enough experience to start a chain. Within 40 years of arriving in London and falling in love with Piccadilly Circus he was producing a quarter of a million curries a day for British supermarkets and turning over £100 million a year. He supports England, rather than India, in Test matches but he has never lost his love of his birthplace, to which he regularly returns. This week he was staying at the Taj Mahal Palace hotel when it was attacked by terrorists.
As a moderate Muslim he is horrified by the rise of extremism in Islam. “This isn’t real Islam — there is no religion or caste or creed that believes it is right to terrorise people.” The British Government should, in his view, be much harder on extremists. “Britain is a soft target because we are mollycoddling these people. You start mollycoddling them and they take it as a sign of weakness. I have told all the Home Secretaries you send 50 imams back home and that will send a very strong signal. Forget about their human rights — what about our human rights? They don’t fit in my society.”
Excellent comments from a genuine BRITISH entrepreneur. You can be sure government will ignore him.