March 21, 2009: London, Britain. Labour Party MP Shahid Malik has predicted the total Islamification of Britain and a Muslim prime minister, “Allah willing”, within the next thirty years.
The remarks were made at the October 2008 “Global Peace and Unity” conference held at the Excel London centre, but were deliberately withheld from the video coverage released of that event.
The video speech in which Mr Malik made his remarks has now been released on the internet — nearly five months after the event.
The suppression of the video was clearly designed to try and limit the damage to the ruling Tory and Labour elite, whose immigration policies have led to the situation where a Muslim cabinet minister can confidently predict the total Islamification of this nation.
In his speech, Mr Malik said that he was “proud of the achievements of the Muslims of this country since 1997.”
Referring to Muslim members of the British parliament, himself included, Mr Malik went on to say that: “In 1997 we got our first Muslim MP. In 2001 we had two Muslim MPs. In 2005 we had four Muslim MPs. In ša Allah, in 2009 (or) 2010 we’ll have eight or ten Muslim MPs. In 2014 we’ll have 16 Muslim MPs. At this rate the whole parliament will be Muslim.”
Mr Malik then realised that he had let the cat out of the bag by being too honest, and in an embarrassed tone, he backtracked slightly, saying that was not his intention “in case any members of the press are present.”
The crowd showed no signs of reacting to his remark, and, filled with confidence, he then resumed an explanation of how Britain is to be totally Islamified.
“I am confident, as Britain’s first Muslim minister, that, in ša Allah, in the next thirty years or so, we’ll see a prime minister who happens to share my faith,” Mr Malik said, in reference to the growing Third World population and immigration figures.
March 21, 2009: Nottingham, Britain. The postmaster who banned customers who can’t speak English from his branch today faced calls for him to be sacked from angry local Muslims.
Sri Lankan-born Deva Kumarasiri introduced the ban this week because he believes all immigrants in Britain should learn the language and take pride in the new homeland.
Mr Kumarasiri, who runs Sneinton Boulevard Post Office in inner-city Nottingham, moved here 18 years ago and says everyone should embrace British culture.
But the chairman of the local Mosque confirmed that a petition was circulating among Muslim residents calling for Mr Kumarasiri to go.
Aurangzeb Kahn said: ‘There has been concern that people can be denied Post Office services because they can’t speak English.
‘There is a strong feeling among some local people that this is wrong.
‘A single employee should not have the right to make that decision, especially if he is an employee of what is a public facility provided by the Government.’
Mr Kahn confirmed that local Muslims have started a petition calling for Mr Kumarasiri’s dismissal but stressed the move had no connection with his Mosque,
He added that the Mosque wanted to investigate the issue moire fully before making any further comment.
The controversial ban was a major talking point among many Muslims attending prayers today in an area of Nottingham with a large Urdu-speaking Pakistani community.
One man, who refused to be named, said: ‘There is a lot of anger about this.
‘We understand his point but it can take years to learn English and there are some elderly people who are too old to learn.
‘A lot of people think he is wrong and want him gone.’
Mr Kumarasiri, who was inundated with cards and messages of support from across the UK said: ‘I don’t expect everyone to agree with me.
‘It was inevitable that those who don’t want to be fully integrated into this country would do something like this.
‘For me it proves that there are elements out there who have no intention of ever [becoming] integrated.
‘But I’ve had dozens of letters, cards and phone calls all supporting my stand.
‘I’m really pleased with some of the letters which are from immigrants who came here without a word of English but taught themselves the language because they are determined to be British.’
A steady stream of well-wishers have also travelled to the 40-year-old father-of-two’s post office to voice their support.
Police have also been keeping a discreet eye on the premises to ensure he did not attract the wrong sort of attention from people who may resent his new found celebrity status.
Mr Kumarasiri added that he understood that his employers, Newrose Personnel Ltd, had discussed his ban but he had heard nothing from them about his future.
Yesterday a spokesman for the employment agency refused to comment and referred all calls to the Post Office.
A Royal Mail spokesman said: ‘Post Office branches are a vital part of all communities and are open to all customers.
‘We are taking steps to ensure that this happens at Sneinton Boulevard Post Office.’
Meanwhile the Liberal Democrats distanced the party from Mr Kumarasiri, who claims to be a Lib Dem member on his local Gedling Borough Council.
A spokesman for the party said: ‘Mr Kumarasiri has not been a party member since October 2007 when his membership lapsed.’ Read the rest of this entry »