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FP: Unbelievable. Why did they want to make this change?
Geller: A leader of the IFE, Abu Talha, said this to an undercover reporter about the new system: “The mayor is going to have a lot more control. That’s why we need to get someone, one of our brothers, in there. Which we will do.”
And they did.
FP: What will this mean for Tower Hamlets and Britain in general?
Geller: It means Sharia for Britain, and the election of Lutfur Rahman is a significant step in that direction. The IFE says that its agenda is to change the “very infrastructure of society, its institutions, its culture, its political order and its creed… from ignorance to Islam.”
Even the way they got Rahman elected was redolent of life in a Sharia state. The Telegraph reported that Lutfur Rahman supporters were hanging around polling places all over the borough, scolding Muslim women if they were wearing what the Islamic supremacists thought was “immodest dress.” And a major player in the Labour Party in Tower Hamlets said after Rahman was elected that Tower Hamlets “really is Britain’s Islamic republic now.”
In my New York Times interview here, I repeated what I have said and thought for some time — that the first country that will be Islamic in Europe will be the United Kingdom. This terrible election victory just validates my prediction.
FP: Do you think many in Britain are aware of the implications of this election?
Geller: I hope so, Jamie. But bear in mind that according to the media and the political elites, the English Defence League is the real problem facing England today. The campaign of destruction that the media and political elites are waging against the EDL (which is, contrary to media myth, made up of Jews, Christians, Blacks, Hindus, Sikhs, et al), which is standing virtually alone in fighting Islamic supremacism and imperialism, would be laughable if it weren’t so tragic.
The separation of mosque and state needs vigilance. All you need to do is look at the current global map and the historical evidence to see what happens when you get increased assertiveness from Islamic groups, and they gain more political power. The Middle East was once a Christian region, and look at all the Muslim countries that oppress Christians there now.
We cannot ignore the Islamization of Europe. We cannot ignore the fact that there are no-go zones, where the police cannot go in France, and in England. There are even areas where the fire department cannot go. When they go, it’s a trick, it’s an ambush many times. And there are areas in Europe where the rule of law is already the Sharia.
FP: So what are we talking about? What are we looking at, if we see what Britain might be like in 10 or 20 years?
Geller: I look at Europe and I’m concerned. The British already have introduced Sharia law into their judicial system. And again you’ll say, “So what’s wrong with that?” The fact that welfare benefits in the U.K. go to multiple wives. If you have multiple wives, you get multiple benefits. Why would you encourage polygamy? And freedom of speech is in jeopardy. Religious freedom under the Sharia does not exist.
Today it all may sound outlandish, but the English will wake up one day and won’t recognize their own country. The election of Lutfur Rahman is a tragic step toward that day.
FP: Pamela Geller, thank you for joining Frontpage Interview.
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