My conversation with our Deputy Editor, the Corsham Crusader went something like this:
"No Corsham, I do not want to write about bloody moslems and Eid, I want to write about that lunatic David Newt Icke and his recent Wembley presentation".
To which Corsham replied: "Well check out this video of Ed Miliband and see if that changes your mind about what you should write first."
Well the video is only 36 seconds long and so I checked it out and as is so often the case, Corsham was right.
Be prepared to be sick when you look and listen to the marxist Jew Milepede - who should not even be in Our Country - speaking about the contributions of the moslem colonisers.
Now Jews must have a very strange idea of what "positive contribution(s)" made by moslems to the life of the True British people means.
The third world invaders and colonisers have contributed NOTHING to the True British Peoples society that they feed off like leeches or vampire bats. They have only brought disease, depravity, crime and corruption.
Here is something that will help you lose weight by throwing up. The following statements were made by the leaders of the rotating dictatorship that oppress us on the behalf of their Zionist masters.
Labour Party Leader Ed Miliband in his message said, “On behalf of the Labour Party, I want to send my best wishes to all Muslims here in the United Kingdom celebrating Eid. Eid al-Adha is a good time to reflect on the positive contribution made by British Muslims to our national life. I know that many thousands of British Muslims are performing the Hajj pilgrimage this year, as they do every year. And throughout the year many thousands more Muslims through their community work and charity live out the values which are also at the heart of the Labour party: the value of community, the conviction that we can achieve more together than we do alone, and the belief that we must look after each other. These are values which we must continue to keep at the heart of our work. I wish you all Eid Mubarak.”
Our Jewish Prime Minister, David Cameron in his Eid message said, ““On this holy festival of Eid al-Adha I send my warmest wishes to Muslims in the UK and across the world. Firstly, I want to pay tribute to the Muslim communities across Britain who continue to make a valuable and lasting contribution to our country. On the world stage, this Eid celebration comes during a momentous period of change. But with change comes uncertainty, and we must not forget those that still suffer in their fight for freedom. So let me wish everyone peace, happiness and unity during this special time and say Eid Mubarak.”