The brainwashing of minds in the Multicultural totalitarian state
Posted by Phil Peterson on Wednesday, December 14, 2005 at 01:51 PM
From the BNP’s website
Islam’s place in British history
To keep the slave population stable, around one-quarter had to be replaced each year, which for the period 1580 to 1680 meant around 8,500 new slaves a year, totalling 850,000 slaves taken. The same methodology would suggest 475,000 were abducted in the previous and following centuries. From 1500 to 1650, when trans-Atlantic slaving was still in its infancy, more white Christian slaves were probably taken to Barbary than black African slaves to the Americas.
According to one estimate, 7,000 English people were abducted between 1622-1644, many of them ships’ crews and passengers who were stopped and seized by slave traders mid voyage.
The impact of these attacks on the European nations attacked by the murderous pirates was devastating – France, England, and Spain each lost thousands of ships, and long stretches of the Spanish and Italian coasts were almost completely depopulated and abandoned by their inhabitants. At its peak, the destruction and depopulation of some European areas probably exceeded what European slavers would later inflict on the African interior when indigenous African slave traders sold their fellow blacks to European slave traders. Europe at that time was in the grip of fear from Islam.
Although hundreds of thousands of Christian slaves were mostly taken from Mediterranean countries the effects of the Muslim slave raids were felt much further away and through most of the 17th century England lost at least 400 sailors a year to the Islamic slavers.
Even Americans were not immune. For example, one American slave reported that 130 other American seamen had been enslaved by the Algerians in the Mediterranean and Atlantic just between 1785 and 1793.
One Reverend Devereux Spratt recorded being captured by “Algerines” while crossing the Irish sea from Cork to England in April 1641, and in 1661 Samuel Pepys wrote about two men, Captain Mootham and Mr Dawes, who were also abducted.
The thousands of white Christians who were seized every year had to work as sex slaves, galley slaves, labourers and concubines for Muslim overlords in what is today Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria and Libya.
The nightmare only ended in 1816, when the Royal Navy pounded the port of Algiers into submission and imposed the cessation of Christian slavery in the Maghreb, an action inspired by Sir Sidney Smith and his ‘Society of Knights Liberators of the White Slaves of Africa’.
The Bombardment of Algiers to free the White slaves took place on August 27, 1816 when An Anglo-Dutch fleet under the command of Admiral Lord Exmouth bombarded ships and the harbour defences of Algiers.
Although there was a continuing campaign by various European and the American navies to suppress the piracy against Europeans by the North African Barbary states, the specific aim of this expedition was to free Christian slaves and to stop the practice of enslaving Europeans. In this end it was partially successful as the Dey of Algiers freed 1000 slaves following the bombardment and signed a treaty against slavery of Europeans.
Yet if one seeks to research the 1816 Battle of Algiers and the reasons behind the attacks, one finds that it is as if the battle itself has been airbrushed from history.
An exhibition currently being held in Leicester called ‘Past and Present: 1,000 years of Islam in Britain’ at the New Walk Museum, Leicester, until 23 December and launched during the recent Islamic Awareness Week, makes a strong attempt to reveal the ‘acceptable truth‘ about the history of Islam in Britain, though of course the exhibition propaganda makes no reference to the I million white Europeans who were enslaved by Islamic slave traders. This enslavement is of course referred too today as ‘ cultural enrichment ‘.
We suggest that those who feel the airbrushing out history the racist and genocidal slaughter of a million white Europeans by Arabic Islamic traders is an act of betrayal of our people and their pain either e mail or call the people below and ask why the history of Islam in Britain does not include the role of the Islamic slave traders. We all know that the real reason for the museum exhibition is to allow schools to bring in small children to the exhibition and brainwash them into thinking how the government wants them to think about Islam. Just as small children were taught in Soviet Russia, and are still taught in modern North Korea, to regard the truth as solely that which the government decrees is the truth, then this is New Labours version of child indoctrination.
The Museum propaganda itself says, “The Western media has utilised every opportunity to scrutinise Islam and Muslims, often depicting them in a derogatory light, which has inevitably led to mass ignorance about the true meaning of the religion. Far from being the preserve of “fanatics and terrorists”, Islam is an integral part of many communities in Britain, often resulting in harmonious relations between Muslims and non-Muslims. The exhibition at the New Walk museum in Leicester brings to light the long history of Islam in the city. Organisers of this exhibition include national Islamic bodies, such as the Islamic Society of Britain, the Muslim Youth Group and the Islamic Foundation “.
It then even has the nerve to state , “These organisations provide invaluable insights into Islam, battling mass ignorance - which is more than necessary in today’s turbulent political and social climates “.
National day of remembrance
It is the BNP’s intention to make a it national day of remembrance to commemorate the genocide of White Britons enslaved by Islamic slave traders and for a statue of Sir Sidney Smith and his ‘Society of Knights Liberators of the White Slaves of Africa’ who battled long and hard in the struggle to get the white slaves of Europe free from the Islamic slave traders, to be erected in Trafalgar Square.
The BNP also intend to demand reparations for the 1 – 1.3 million slaves taken from Europe by the Islamic slave traders from countries such as Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria and oil rich Libya. We estimate that the British government is owed over ten billion pounds in damages for the pain and murders of our people.
On August 27th each year starting from 2006 the BNP will be issuing an award to persons who have done the most to highlight issues regarding Islamic expansion into the West. This will be called the Sir Sidney Smith Award.
Monday - Saturday 10.00am to 5.00pm,
New Walk Museum and Art Gallery
Information on the Battle of Algiers here.
Information on the role of slavery in Islam here.
Information on Dhimmitude here.
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