New York Post columnist warns against ‘New Yorkistan’

There’s no denying the elephant in the room. Neither is there any rejoicing over the mosques proposed for Sheepshead Bay, Staten Island and Ground Zero because where there are mosques, there are Muslims, and where there are Muslims, there are problems.

Before New York becomes New Yorkistan, it is worth noting that the capital of Great Britain was London until it became known as “Londonstan,” degenerated by a Muslim community predominantly from South Asia and Africa, whose first generation of “British Asians” has made the United Kingdom into a launching pad for terrorists….

Mindful of its controversial history, Great Britain welcomed its former colonials who fled their own oppressive regimes for refuge in the Free World….

The assimilation Great Britain had hoped for never happened, as British Asians insulated themselves from mainstream society even more than their parents had, and fomented a deadly, illogical wrath against the western world in which they had been born.

Then, in the 1990s, British Asians bogglingly began to wield Islam as a bargaining chip against the state, and eventually as a tool of terror against the world, using their mosques as dens of iniquity, and exposing the Muslim character which left a lot to be desired despite its obsession with religion….

There is a lot the United States can learn from Great Britain’s rotten experience with a community which refuses to assume responsibility for its evil subculture – and one that only it can successfully eradicate.

New Yorkistan? It’s happening before our eyes.

Shavana Abruzzo in the New York Post, 22 June 2010