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The embrace of Islam by the UK Government continues apace…

Prime Minister David Cameron is set to announce that the UK will become the first non-Muslim country to issue an Islamic bond. At the World Islamic Economic Forum (WIEF) in London, he will also announce plans for a new Islamic index on the London Stock Exchange. It is intended to attract more Islamic investors by making it clearer which companies match their criteria. Under Islamic rules no interest on business dealings can be charged.

Got that? NO other non-Muslim country in the world felt inclined to grovel this low but hey, with nice Conservative Mr Cameron we set a new standard. Islam will conquer us with assertion of culture and money, along with the occasional use of the sword.

 

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33 thoughts on “THE DHIMMIFICATION OF THE UK

  1. I think Wastemonster Westminster does not have enough Muslim members, it should be at the minimum 50/50, and the same goes for the BBC, Let’s see what the Elite and thier drones think of Islam and ‘Diversity’ then.

  2. London is a huge center of financial commerce. Finance generates many jobs and much income for your country.

    You want to serve every legitimate customer that you can, including those in the vast, sometimes rich, Muslim world. There’s nothing wrong with this.

    Seize the opportunity.

  3. Like many top Tories before him, Cameron belongs to the ‘Conservative Friends of Israel’.

    As everyone must know by now, Islam considers both the US and Israel as the “Great Satans”, so I wonder how his Jewish friends regard this ‘world-first initiative’ in extending the economic hand of friendship to a sworn enemy.

    Do they think Cameron is a man of virtuous Principles? or a bribeable, two-faced, opportunist creep?

    Never mind, those muslims will love him to bits anyway, especially at the next election.

  4. I agree with Phantom. This is simply good financial business. Nothing to do with Dhimmification at all. It is right and proper to be concerned about Islamic fundamentalism and the security concerns around Islamist terrorism, but it is paranoia to regard everything to do with Muslims as dangerous.

  5. London is one of the wealthiest cities in the world.

    Why do think that is so?

    Stop by Liverpool St Station some time, and look at the thousands of workers there, along with all the restaurants, pubs, and shops that serve them.

    If you guys don’t like the finance industry, tell those firms, and their jobs, to come to NYC. We’ll take them.

  6. Daytripper is right – look at The Sudan, North Korea, and Haiti. Centers of International Finance and how has it helped them…wait a minute, they aren’t.

  7. Wow you’re claiming the people who make sandwiches for traders as an example of a financal industries success. Bloody hell.

  8. There is a considerable spinoff effect.

    Including hotels ( wonder why London hotels are expensive, yet are always full despite how many that they build? )

    and airlines

    Wonder why there are so many flights into Heathrow?

    They’re not all tourists, amigo.

    Your financial services industry is one of your national champions. You should defend it to your last breath.

  9. Daytripper – Well someone builds the buildings, sells them furniture, office supplies, kitchen equipment and computers, makes deliveries, cleans the places, works in employment firms that obtain employees, transports them, etc. But the sandwich folks need their jobs too.

  10. DT

    Why do you hate the working class

    BTW Pret A Manger makes a decent sandwich

    And the coffee in their London locations is better than the coffee in their NYC locations

  11. And the coffee in their London locations is better than the coffee in their NYC locations

    And costs about the same price as an average family car.

  12. You shouldn’t be driving a car anyway, due to the global warming so spend your money on coffee and Oyster Cards

  13. Oh please. If we actually generated wealth by being productive those very same jobs would still exist. As it is we now have a trillion dollar tool booth that destroys jobs and extracts wealth, diverts brains from innovation and lures them into well paid casino mathmatician jobs. The finance industry no longer serves as facilitator of wealth generation. It demands everyone serve it by planting itself in the middle of every transaction on the planet.

    A finance industry that reaps huge profits is the greatest economic fallacy of the last half century, and is the very reason we are in the mess we currently witness daily.

  14. Phantom, on October 29th, 2013 at 9:53 PM Said:
    You shouldn’t be driving a car anyway, due to the global warming so spend your money on coffee and Oyster Cards

    It’s not safe to use trains in London, thanks to …

    THE DHIMMIFICATION OF THE UK

  15. You have an immense insurance industry ( Lloyds and many other facilities ) there that serves not just British customers, but others in the US and every other corner of the world too.

    Do you think that this industry, one of your oldest, is valuable? Do you value the jobs that it creates?

  16. Do you think that this industry, one of your oldest, is valuable?

    The other oldest industry being prostitution

    Oh, the irony.

  17. Why do you hate the working class

    Says the guy who no doubt has no problem with private equity using its leverage to destroy jobs, productive capacity and real wealth. Putting the girl who was a highly skilled production worker (say a solder repair operator), and turning them into an unskilled cleaner dusting the offices of the type people that stripped her factory and dumped her job over seas. Yep thats progress.

  18. You presume a great deal, Mr. DP.

    But explain what you are for.

    Offshoring has reached the point where its not just say UK companies moving production offshore.

    There are plenty of Chinese and other Asian companies that know how to make shirts, shoes, computers, TV sets and now cars and soon airplanes.

    Would you restrict their ability to sell into your country?

  19. Would you restrict their ability to sell into your country?

    I just want something from and made in China that does not fall apart after five minutes 😉

  20. Insurance is simply a service and put even simpler is just a bookies with glass elevators, less flat caps and no whippets.

    To the average joe its a utility. And its dalliances with innovation largely look like AIG.

  21. Funny nobody’s mentioned the bizarre idea of an economy without the concept of interest.

    But otherwise, can nobody offer anything to the point Daytripper has been bringing up other than straw men?

  22. Japanese products used to be junk, until they ( really ) upped their game.

    Korean products had a horrible reputation, but now their cars get good reviews.

    The Chinese have been great at cutting corners, but you have to think that at some stage those talented people will produce better products of their own design – not just with stolen technology.

  23. Offshoring has reached the point where its not just say UK companies moving production offshore.

    Next you will be telling me that offshoring was to help alleviate poverty around the world.

  24. Without insurance, no one would build a tall building, or send a supertanker to see. The risks would be too great.

    This is an old industry, which will always be around, because it serves a very real need.

  25. Korean products had a horrible reputation, but now their cars get good reviews.

    Myabe that’s because not many Korean make cars are made in Korea.

  26. The Chinese have been great at cutting corners, but you have to think that at some stage those talented people will produce better products of their own design – not just with stolen technology

    No. Will they manage it through sheer weight of numbers, maybe. But before we go all rosy, remember it is still a totalitarian state. True innovation will not thrive under those conditions no matter how many widgets and neon lights the consumer world mesmerises them with.

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