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Wednesday, 5 January 2011


The news that 50 out of 56 people convicted of pimping under-age girls since 1997 were Muslims comes as no surprise.  DAILY MAIL.
When someone becomes a Christian, he leaves behind his previous hedonistic life.  Just look at the stories of convicts, druggies and prostitutes having their lives turned around on the Transformed Website.  It's because they try to make their lives reflect, as much as possible, that of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Yes, some Christians fall along the way, but we are surprised by it.  Pastor runs off with the cash or Vicar decamps with organist's wife are stories because they are so rare and so out-of-character.  We are so used in Britain to seeing the Christian faith make a positive impact in a person's life that we find it really hard to think that religious faith could lead someone to be a worse person.
But when a man becomes a Muslim he is expected to follow the example of Mohammed, who was, to be generous, a brigand, a torturer, a murderer, a terrorist and a liar (it's called 'taqiyya' or 'deception'), a rapist, and a man who had sexual relations with a girl of nine (that's his little wife Ayesha).  See HERE and HERE.
That is why it comes as no surprise to find that Muslims do a lot of their recruiting in prisons nor that there are more Muslims in prison than there are in the population at large.  The situation is the same in Britain (11% vs 4%), India, USA (revealing link, that) while in FRANCE, 60+% of prisonners are Muslims, compared with  12% in the population.  You can't blame all that discrepancy on 'deprivation'.
Apparently Muslims are targeting white girls for sex as well as Hindus and Sikhs.  Some they marry, some they prostitute, all the while demanding sexual purity from their sisters.  Don't see this as hypocrisy.  It is just their way of conquering bit by bit or even of displaying supremacy over the rest of the population.  Spoils of war and all that.
Even in Pakistan, one of the cases of persecution of Christians we heard of involved an elderly couple terrorsied because they would not let a Muslim gang use their home as a brothel.
Meanwhile, agencies dealing with the aftermath are busy denying that there is any religious dimension at all.  Why are the authorities in this land so weak and so stupid?  Is pathetic leadership another dimension of the judgment of God on a nation?


  1. "Is pathetic leadership another dimension of the judgment of God on a nation?"

    I have heard Prof James White from AOMIN argue the same, i.e. that bad leaders are judgement upon a nation from God. Where I struggle with this is why is this judgement also being imposed on Christians in the UK? I mean, bad decisions from David Cameron will negatively effect every Brit, directly or indirectly, including the God-fearing ones. But the Bible states that everyone will be judged for their own sin.

  2. Yes, but the consequences of sin affect all people. As an example:

    The LORD is slow to anger and abounding in steadfast love, forgiving iniquity and transgression, but he will by no means clear the guilty, visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children, to the third and the fourth generation. (Numbers 14:18 ESV)

    I'm sure God could step in and make things easier for His people, but then He would be denying the world a vision of how grievous sin really is; it doesn't just affect the guilty, but everyone, including God.

    We must also remember that we are equally responsible for the national plight. Daniel included himself in his prayers of confession for Israel towards the end of the Babylonian captivity, not just as an intercessor I believe, but because he was willing to share the burden of his nation and recognise where he too fell short. Can any one of us say that we have done all that we can to evangalise this nation? We are partly responsible for its plight even once born-again.

    We are also called to be longsuffering just as our Saviour was, suffering with others so that we may also be able to minister to them. Let us rejoice in the great honour.

  3. And don't forget that the British Empire was the largest the world has ever know, and the Bible is clear that God establishes nations and empires. Throught he League of Nations God gave the British Empire the mandate to re=establish the Jews in Israel............Britain renaged on this and went into rapid and continuing decline ever since.

  4. our glorious leaders belong (or hope to) to a global club of the elite, and we will never understand their motives untill we understand that they have no interest in serving any society but the one they aim to enjoy when the dust finally settles on what is left of this earths huddled masses.
    after they have done their worst.
    That is their agenda. and until we understand this we will only be barking at the moon. (And they know it and laugh)