Why we fight Islamisation

The horrifying pictures of bombed churches and reports of Christians slaughtered by the hundreds on this Easter Sunday - the holiest day in the Christian calendar - expose a visceral hatred at large of Christians and Christianity.

British, Dutch and American citizens are among the dead, and first reports indicate that an Islamist group is behind the attacks:

Documents seen by [news agency] AFP show that Sri Lanka's police chief Pujuth Jayasundara issued an intelligence alert to top officers 10 days ago, warning that suicide bombers planned to hit 'prominent churches'.

'A foreign intelligence agency has reported that the NTJ (National Thowheeth Jama'ath) is planning to carry out suicide attacks targeting prominent churches as well as the Indian high commission in Colombo,' the alert said.

The NTJ is a radical Muslim group in Sri Lanka that was linked last year to the vandalisation of Buddhist statues.

We await confirmation before assigning blame; however the fact is that slaughter of Christians and destruction of churches by extremist Islamic groups has driven Christianity to near extinction in parts of the East and Middle East.

It would be naive and foolish to imagine that these fanatics wouldn't relish the opportunity to inflict similar terror on Christian communities in Europe.

Which is why our fight against the Islamisation of Britain and Europe has become a matter of the gravest urgency.

The logic is unassailable:

1. Though most Muslims in Europe are moderate and law abiding, unfortunately that majority has little power over the minority of fundamentalists and extremists. Quite the reverse.

2. No reliable method has yet been devised for separating outwardly moderate Muslims from would-be terrorists. Indeed, there is continual crossover between the two groups.

3. As Britain's Muslim population grows, so both moderate and extremist elements grow. Refusal by the cheerleaders of mass immigration (including politicians of both main parties) to acknowledge this amounts to dangerous negligence, in our view.

4. Debates as to whether Islamic scriptures justify hostility and violence towards non-Muslims would be redundant were there no Islam-related terrorism. What matters for policy-making are actions and intents, and the fact is that most terrorism and terror-plotting Europe-wide is Islam-related.

5. Assimilation isn't happening; instead, communities are self-segregating. Islamic enclaves are growing in number and size, and there's little sign of radicalisation diminishing with each new generation.

6. The main parties have no stomach for isolating and expelling jihadis. Instead, they allow thousands of suspects to roam our streets at will whilst inviting known ISIS operatives back into Britain, presenting incalculable risks to our citizens.

7. Christians would be foolish to entrust their fate to the left-leaning atheists who run Britain. Many of these people despise Christianity and Christians, and would doubtless be unperturbed by the glow of burning churches.

8. The Church itself is weak and infiltrated by left-wing 'progressives'. Its leaders display a craven submissiveness to Islam that can only embolden the fundamentalists within it.

9. Those in media, government and the Church who facilitate Islamisation by supporting indiscriminate mass immigration and kowtowing to Sharia despite knowing the dangers, are either criminally stupid - or evil.

10. For the sake of future generations, they must be resisted.

Britain First's fight against Islamisation is noble, decent and rational. It is Christian and patriotic. It separates good from evil. Its aim is to prevent future conflict and violence.

We must not, through inaction, inflict on our descendants carnage like that in Sri Lanka.

It would be unforgivable.

That's why we urge you to join our movement.


Lord God, give us strength on this Easter Sunday and in the months and years to come, to resist evil and defend our country and Christian heritage.


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