Hyperbole, you say? Well, the state run news organ, the venerable BBC, seems to be completely under the control of the Islamists...how else does one explain this piece "In Pictures: remembering Khomeini", a slideshow glorifying the father of Islamist terrorism, without one word of his hate, his evil, his antisemitism, his inner sickness?
All we get is is beatific visage, gracing us with his good:
And via LGF, we get this:
England afraid to fly its own flag
Following warnings by extremist Islamic group al-Muhajiroun, in which the group said that the red cross in the England flag symbolizes the 'blood thirsty crusaders' and the occupation of Muslims, some of the largest companies in England have ordered their workers not to wave the flags.
...the Islamic protest forced some corporations, such as cable companies NTL, Heathrow airport in London, and even the Drivers and Vehicles Licensing Agency to ban the flag in every form due to fears from reactions of Muslims.
The Sun tabloid newspaper has in recent days launched a campaign to bring back the flag, and has published a blacklist of companies preventing their workers from expressing their patriotism at work.
So the BBC is spewing terrorist propoganda, the nation has essentially pulled down its flag, and the jihadis work unabated to strengthen their position through fear:
British anti-terrorist officers searched a house and two workplaces on Saturday for traces of a possible chemical bomb they fear could be used in an attack in Britain.
The search followed a police raid on the house in the east of the capital a day earlier in which a 23-year-old suspect was shot and wounded.
Behind a wall of plastic sheeting, police scoured the house in an ethnically mixed area of east London for signs of toxins or explosives following a dawn raid at the property on Friday.
"What we are looking for is some form of viable chemical device," a police source told Reuters of the search at the house.
"A device that would have a fatal effect on someone standing nearby both from the explosion and from the chemical it contained," the source said, adding that the device being sought was a type of conventional bomb surrounded by toxic material.
Just about game over, folks - we've moved beyond Dunkirk, there is no one who dares fight anymore. Melanie Phillips (finally getting some recognition here in the States) writes of Londonistan in today's New York Post:
London was dubbed "Londonistan" because, during the 1990s, Britain allowed its capital to be turned into the principal hub of Islamist radicalism and terrorism outside of Saudi Arabia. But Londonistan is more than the physical presence of Islamist extremists: It is also a state of mind. A systematic, decades-long assault on Britain's values from within has created a cultural vacuum that Islamist extremism has exploited from without.
Islamist radicals have poured into Britain since the 1980s precisely because of Britain's tradition of free speech, reluctance to impose immigration controls and generous welfare state.
At the same time, British culture was steadily disintegrating.
Unlike America, which still believes that its values are a beacon to the rest of the world, Britain has been consumed by a loss of cultural nerve that has all but destroyed its belief in itself as a nation with values of which it can be proud.
Instead, its governing class believes the nation is the source of all ills from prejudice to war, and that legitimacy resides instead in supranational institutions such as the United Nations and European Union and in "universal" values like the European Convention on Human Rights, which must trump Britain's own.
In the past, the strategy was to integrate immigrants into the majority culture. No longer. The doctrine of multiculturalism holds that all groups have equal status. Except they are not in fact equal, because the majority is said to be inherently racist and illegitimate - so there can be no majority culture into which immigrants are encouraged to integrate.
MULTICULTURALISM plus radical Islam is an explosive cocktail...
Indeed it is, Ms. Phillips....methinks the fallout from Britain's misguided policies has not yet even begun...