A brave Christian mother in Pakistan made an appeal to Britain for asylum, but she has been denied entry.
Wilson Chowdhry, chairman of the British Pakistani Christian Association, said two countries had made firm offers of asylum, but Britain was not one of them. The reason it would appear is that the government believes her arrival in the country may stir civil unrest by Islamists.
After Asia Bibi was released from death row where she had been held for refusing to follow Sharia law, supporters of the Islamist political party Tehreek-e-Labaik (TLP) condemned the ruling and blocked roads in major cities, pelting police with stones in the eastern city of Lahore.
On Saturday her lawyer, Saif Mulook, fled Pakistan, saying he feared for his life. Bibi’s husband, Ashiq Masih, has also released a video message saying he too fears for his family’s safety.
Wilson Chowdhry stated, “I’ve been led to believe that the UK government had concerns that her moving to the UK would cause security concerns and unrest among certain sections of the community and would also be a security threat to British embassies abroad which might be targeted by Islamist terrorists.”
While England, the land whose flag bears a Christian cross, betrayed this woman of the same faith, Italy did the morally right thing.
It’s no surprise that Britain is not inviting those like Asia Bibi who back traditional British Christian values, because she won’t cause disruption that Kalergi and Engels wanted. The social democrat, supposedly Tory, government would welcome without vetting boat loads of illegal immigrants featuring some rapists, some Islamist terrorists, but shuns a Christian mother.
This shows that the lefties don’t want to save the poor. They just want to “rub the right’s nose in diversity” as Tony Blair’s advisor Neather said.
They want ethnic ghettoes like Trevor Nelson, the former racial equality commissioner said – for the British population to be communities turned against each other. The elite are securing power by the policy of ‘divide and rule’. They don’t want a bloc working class English vote standing for traditional family values.
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