Islam in the UK MOSQUE BUSTERS mosques



Let this serve as a warning to everyone in the UK who spots a mosque being planned in their neighborhood. You either pick up the phone and dial the man, Gavin Boby,  and ask for his assistance, or do as the town of Derby did, don’t call him and then open your windows and wait to hear the call of the muezzin. It’s that simple.

The City of Derby is a classic example. They were recently the fortunate recipients of an application for “A MOSQUE that could cater for 600 people, with a minaret towering 21 metres into the sky, will be built in Derby”. See the image above.

The good people of Derby didn’t approach us for help.

The mosque got planning permission on March 15th.

And this in spite of the Council Planning Officer recommending that permission be refused because of “physical dominance”, “overbearing height”, “mass within the plot” and “undue harm to the amenities of adjacent and nearby residents”.

The Councillors evidently believed that no mosque could possibly be intended to dominate its area and, therefore, granted planning permission. The Chairman went so far as to describe the mosque as “an addition to some of the finest architecture in Derby“.

The campaign against this mosque was heartfelt, but ineffectual.

There were 17 objection letters, and 63 letters in support. The Councillors went with the numbers.

As usual, this application teaches us the following:

  • Councillors know better than anyone the division and harm that Islam creates, and is creating. They are in a position to see it every day. They will have understood why there were 17 objection letters and a petition of 106 signatures against the proposal.
  •      Councillors, like most other ruling elitists, don’t care about the harm to the community. Their concern is with their career, which nothing must interrupt. Unfortunately, this all too frequently means “allowance”. They don’t get paid – but it isn’t only MP’s who like expense accounts, and if you are ever approached to become a Councillor, one of the first things you will be told about is your expense allowance, which averages out at about £12,000-13,000 per Councillor, and rising fast. See this table for 2008, from the BBC.
  •      Councillors can be relied on to go with whoever creates the most fuss. So far, this has been muslim populations who, as we all know, can get quite irrational if they feel their religion is thwarted.
  •      Councillors’ resulting aim is to see out their tenure in peace, and pray that the collapse comes afterwards. No Councillor seriously thinks the Derby mosque will be some of the finest architecture in Britain, or that architecture is the only or even the main aim. They know the harm it will bring, and they’re betting on enjoying a few more fat years before the chickens come home to roost.

Politicians of every stripe know the sound of the people waking up, and fear it coming sooner than they calculated. They fear muslim irrationality, but they dread far more the judgment of their English peers, whom they have been busy ignoring for so long.

Councillors’ cowardice and opportunism – the reason why mosque planning application so often succeed – are also the reason why a well run opposition campaign is successful.

But you need to run it well and make it count. So call us.

In the meantime, I wish the City of Derby well. I hope they enjoy their mosque, because they will have at least a decade in which to do so. Before the tide turns far enough to reach them.

Source/Lawman @ Mosquebusters

One Response

  1. Well i think it is disgusting, and what a flipping monstrosity stuck up in the sky line
    I thought we were short of land to build houses? seems they would rather rip up the country side ‘Churches are for man woman and child, so i am told these mosques are for men only why? im sure you don’t need a place that size to pray, I was told they do this five times a day for goodness sake do these men do any work.

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