It’s expensive to keep sending police officers to protests of Islamic infiltration centers. Keep it up!

UK Police departments in Leicaster are feeling the pinch from having to provide a constant police presence at anti-Muslim protests. We should be doing a lot more of this in the U.S.

This is Leicastershire  It’s an unlikely setting for an ongoing night-after-night street protest. However, hundreds of people have been gathering in Thurncourt Road, on Leicester’s Thurnby Lodge estate, for some weeks now to protest against an Islamic charity’s plan to turn a disused Scout hut into a community centre and prayer room.

On Friday, the number of people taking part swelled towards the 400 mark – with about 50 police officers there to oversee it. The Leicester Mercury has spoken to people on both sides of the debate and to the city council, which is working to resolve the dispute.

The Scout Association paid for the hut to be built in 1974 and it was a busy base for the movement for almost 30 years. It became the centre of the current dispute earlier this year when it became apparent that a Muslim questionable charity, the As-Salaam Trust, had stepped forward and wanted to turn it into a community centre.

The trust indicated last week that it would open the centre to the wider community and indicated it would consider reviving the Scout group if there was sufficient local support. (Total crap. They say whatever they think you want to hear to get what they want. Then they open the center and suddenly there is no room for anything non-Islamic)

Its members have been meeting at the neighbouring community centre in Thurncourt Road for the past two and a half years. Those meetings have been the focus of the recent protests – which have coincided with the holy month of Ramadan. Residents involved in the protests – some of which have lasted long into the night – insist their argument is with the city council, not the trust.

They believe local people’s suggestions for other uses of the building – including a combination of boxing club, gym and dance studio – have not been taken seriously.

The council said it contacted 100 community groups who previously said they needed a new base, to tell them the building could be available. As-Salaam came forward at that point.

Maxine Williams, licensee of the neighboring Stirrup Cup pub, has been at the centre of the group which is organising the protests. She said: “It all started when someone at the community centre got an e-mail about the Scout hut.

“When it became clear what was happening, we did the correct thing and put a petition forward because we wanted a say over what was happening in our community. There was no consultation and no notices put up in the street, so people felt they weren’t being told what was going on.”

The future of the Scout hut was to be discussed at the area’s regular ward meeting last month. So many people turned up that the meeting was abandoned because it would have breached the building’s capacity. Residents have said they will continue to stage their street protests, although last Friday’s, which drew up to 400 people, was the “big one”.

As-Salaam has been praying at the community centre for two and a half years so  people feel that they already have somewhere to meet. “A lot of Muslims are coming from far and wide to pray here. They are also concerned about extra traffic, congestion, noise, and pollution the building might create if it became a Muslim community centre.

“I can understand that some people from As-Salaam might be scared by the protests and that’s why I have stood on the other side of the road when I’ve been down there because I don’t want to intimidate anyone.”(Idiot. Get up in their hairy faces)

Another issue which has arisen is that unfounded rumors have begun circulating through the internet. These include a claim that the neighboring Anglican Christ Church had been asked to cover its cross for fear of offending Muslims.

Assistant city mayor Sarah Russell said: “It is right the police are there to facilitate protests but there is a cost. “We are continuing discussions to try to find a suitable alternative for As-Salaam.

Last month, As-Salaam’s imam, Mohammed Lockhat, said: “We are negotiating with the council. We would not want to have to travel far to pray.” (How about Mecca?)


12 comments on “It’s expensive to keep sending police officers to protests of Islamic infiltration centers. Keep it up!

  1. To Hill,

    Good work, keep it up – yours is the land of Churchill, C.S.Lewis and so many other great men and women! You go girl!

    We need to start this here in America, let the fight begin!

  2. “”I can understand that some people from As-Salaam might be scared by the protests and that’s why I have stood on the other side of the road when I’ve been down there because I don’t want to intimidate anyone.”

    BNI-Do you know who the idiot was who made this statement?

    Scared really? Who gives a Feck? No one cared if I was scared or felt threatened when I needed to travel into central London on business and was forced to witness large groups of Muslim men carrying treasonous signs of what their violent intentions and threatening actions were going to be towards Britain and the indigenous British citizens. But, I guess then, it’ called ‘free speach.’

    Also Bonnie,

    You maybe interested to know, how the council gets around notifying (what the British call consultations) the locals about contentious builds, -almost always involving Muslims, is that the council sends out only one (two) single letter (s) notifying the “neighborhood and surrounding neighbors of what will be built there and by whom. Thus citing that ‘single’ letter as their legal duty of care to the surrounding neighborhoods and “they are not obligated to notify everyone.” Thereby stifling the plethora of objections they know will come and by the time the Muslims are insitu it will be too late for anyone to protest…or so they hope.

    When I still lived in London, we had a similar problem within our neighborhood a quiet conservation area that was supposed to be protected. Our problem was with Muslims buying a property and not using it for what their planning permission was granted for and breaking so, so many building codes. The commercial premises was supposed to be a coffee shop and they had planned to turn it into a discotheque. Being Muslims, they were stupid enough to tell all the other local business on the same block and near by what their true intention for the premises was going to be. On their first night open, they took over our local roads, played loud music over a tannoi till the wee hours of the morning, people and children screaming at each other (like the true peasants they are.) honking horns, etc., etc., In other words, behaving just like Muslims do.

    When my neighbours and I complained to the council, first they ignored our calls and refused to call any of us back. Second, the council claimed that each of our complaints was the first they had heard about the situation. Third, my absolute favorite, “You are the only person to complain-at all.” Even though they had received 85+ complaints from my neighbors too. The Council’s response had so enraged us all that we literally went knocking on each others doors to ask, if they were bothered by the behaviour, antics and noise coming from the “coffee shop”. It was a very loud and clear, YES!!!!

    We (neighbours from three blocks) fought back and were prepared to take legal action against the council, if need be. Which pushed the Council to some extant to go after the coffee shop and in the end my neighbours and I boycotted the shop so much that the locals refused to go there and the shop only had tentative passing trade that it was eventually forced to shut it’s doors. Good Riddance!

    Not liking are push back the owners, being the classy guys that they are, let it be known that we were not welcomed there anyway and had really built the coffee shop for other Muslims from their shit hole of origin.

    The number one lesson, We learnt was the Council will lie and cannot be trusted, And that the Council will support and abed illegal behavior from Muslims parasites, that it would not tolerate from anyone else.

    Number two lesson, how quickly my lefty, Guardian reading, organic munching neighbours become “right wing racist” (yes, I am being tongue and cheek.), when they are personally threatened, intimidated and face aggressive behaviour and are sexually harassed over a (every day) period of time, That they cannot dismiss as a one off, one bad apple scenario. How quickly they turn!

  3. Good for the residents of Thurnby Lodge Estates. muslims bringing bus loads to pray in an area where they are not residents, is, in my mind, just another form of civil jihad. The muslims are very good at that. Hopefully the residents of Thurnby Lodge are stronger in their resolve.

  4. The secret of stopping islam is costing the authorities money that they do not have. When it gets so expensive that they cannot pay for it, no headslammers are going to cause trouble. The british government cannot afford to pay that bill. Make koran burnings a daily discovery.

    • @Jim, God knows, that there is not enough of them in the Asian heavy city of Leicester, that there should not be a need for busing….unless there is another intention behind bossing in large groups of Muslims.

    • @ Jim,
      The inman at as-salaam, mohammed lockhart, said, I QUOTE, we would not want to travel to far to pray? Then why are they bussing in muslim from out of the area ( this smells of taqyia )” lies”

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