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Monday, 14 March 2011

Is Tunstall next for giant mosque?

   The grip of islam, that barbaric and backward religion practiced by so many Stoke-on-Trent residents, has blossomed from a small minority, into an overly large and interfering body, and from the looks of it, it is only set to get worse.

  In Hanley- and just about the only new building of note in the entire city- resides this yellow and green monstrosity that represents a foreign culture that the political establishment seem to be replacing British culture with, and it's an ongoing process.

   What hasn't been made clear, or even pointed out to the residents of this city, is that there is now a giant mosque in Hanley, and in 2008, the plans for another giant mosque were passed by Stoke-on-Trent city council, the detailed plans having recently been submitted for a three storey building!

  So out of the three constituencies that make up the city, Stoke South has plans for a massive mosque in Normacot, and Stoke Central has the Shelton eyesore, so when will Stoke North be getting a giant mosque for its ever growing muslim population, and where will it be situated?

  There are whispers and rumours about this, the one that seems to make the most sense being the targetting of Tunstall library for a Tunstall based mosque.
 The police station is closing, the swimming pool has just been closed, and for several years now, there has been talk of closing the library, that leaves nearly all of the block of land these properties sit on, closed down.
  With a city council prepared to do anything to appease these invaders, planning permission from our crooked planning officers will not be a problem, enforcing their multicultural stance upon the native citizens of this city in just the same way that the political parties do, leaving us with nowhere to complain or challenge these decisions.

  My personal opinion is that the native people of this city need to change the political representatives that they currently have, because even those councillors that stand against the city council are being shown to be ineffectual through their inability to unite in the face of a common enemy.

 Just in case you think I'm exaggerating, take a look at this website, and understand that there are dozens of unofficial mosques right across this city, private homes and businesses that are being used for prayer meetings, and not a word from Health and Safety!
I bet the Christians wouldn't get away with that.

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