An Australian reader just sent us this letter to the editor, as scanned from the print edition of his regional newspaper. He includes the following cover note:
As a demonstration of how widespread Islam really is, and of its arrogance wherever it goes, here is a letter to the editor of our state newspaper The West Australian, published on 24th July 2008 here in the world’s most isolated capital city, Perth Western Australia.
In Perth we are experiencing a massive influx of Muslim immigrants. My wife works at one of the main public hospitals here and she can tell of some choice experiences of how our once great public health system is being run down by the adherents of The Religion of Peace.
The letter is obviously referring to a previous piece of political correctness published in the same newspaper:
On the same afternoon that I read the rant by Daniel Baldwin I happened to catch a bus to Victoria Park from Maddington.
I was amused when across the seat from me sat a Muslim woman who reacted most strongly when a white male sat next to her. Her body language and her mutterings caused him to look at her and ask if something was the matter.
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He was told to move to another seat and when he informed her he was an Australian and he would sit where he liked, she instantly rang the bell and as she stood up gave him this speech: “You may be the rulers of this country now, but this will change and then things will be very different for all of you.’’
Stunned, we all looked on as she took off angrily.
So, don’t worry Mr Baldwin, very soon given Labor’s immigration policy, you will be experiencing the very Islamic way of life you and your left-wing cohorts so obviously desire.
In the meantime, maybe you could move to the Islamic state that was once called London to live among your mates providing you can find an area where white people are allowed to live.
While you are there maybe you could console Tony Blair’s wife who recently stated in an English newspaper how terrified she is for her children’s safety due to the violence that ethnic gangs have brought to her country.
Oh the irony!
— Michael Monroe, Victoria Park.