From Elsewhere: The impact of Islam on Nottingham
Saw this one on the Cherson and Molschky site. It seems that whole areas are being eviscerated by Islam in Nottingham. What were once balanced mixed communties of different types of citizen, is now an Islamic ghetto. Along with the Islamisation of parts of Nottingham has come the other things that Islam has brought elsewhere, the demands for special treatment, the attacks on non-Muslims, rapes, intra-communal violence, religious oppression and all the rest of it.
A shocking state of affairs and one that is causing more and more anger, and rightly so.
Paul Wilkinson How Nottingham has changed.
“There used to be Muslim hard-liners on the streets every Saturday handing leaflets to people walking past and inviting them to embrace Islam. Woe betide anyone who asked questions as the sales pitch followed. “Gay Free Zone” stickers like this were placed throughout the area prior to Nottingham Pride a few years ago.
Gangs of Asian youths spent years harassing locals – including people in their own homes – with anti-social behaviour. Nearly all of the gangs were unemployed and to a large extent seemingly unemployable. Drug dealing was rife and a pack mentally meant violence was never far away. Several beatings and stabbings have occurred, but they’ve never made the media because the victims don’t press charges due to fear of retribution.
Yes, violence and anti-social behaviour can happen anywhere, but this has in my opinion been specifically targeted at the non-Muslim/Pakistani community.
Personally I’ve been burgled and assaulted by Pakistani youths. I’ve been harassed and shouted at by Pakistanis while walking my dog. Pakistani youths at the top of my street used to congregate and intimidate people who walked past, even aiming fireworks at houses.
The packed pubs like the White Horse in Saturday Night, Sunday Morning are, as a rule, sadly gone. (The White Horse pub is now a cafe – halal of course). Recession, the smoking ban and the price of drinks haven’t helped, but the demographic change has meant not all can survive. I can count five pubs that have closed on Radford Road alone in the last five or six years. Some pubs are derelict; some converted into halal fast food eating places and another into a mosque. In the area there were also late bars and two nightclubs, all closed now.”
Read the rest at: http://chersonandmolschky.com/2013/10/04/nottingham-changed-15-years/