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The following essay by El Inglés is the final installment of a three-part report on the Pakistanis (previously: Part 1, Part 2). It is being posted this week to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the publication of Surrender, Genocide… or What?, which caused the ejection of Gates of Vienna from Pajamas Media ten years ago today. For more on the memorable events of 2008, see this post.
Against the Murdering, Thieving Hordes of Pakistanis
by El Inglés
The “Pakis Out!” Plan
Though we inject touches of humour in our writing as a sanity-preservation measure, all joking to one side, to read about the sheer evil that is so deeply-ingrained in the mind of the average Pakistani male is to stare into the pit of hell. I am aware of the bitter irony that the very Pakistani women who are so often on the receiving end of Pakistani male psychopathy must be rejected tout court along with those men. But Britons concerned at the ongoing colonization and destruction of their country by Pakistanis cannot allow themselves to be held back by any residual sympathy they might feel in this regard.
Reader, my heart has grown cold to the Pakistani male, who constitutes as obvious a concentration of evil and psychopathy as can be found on the surface of this Earth. The character of any group of people resides in its menfolk far more than its womenfolk, for the simple reason that by far and away the greatest capacity for violent, predatory behaviour is to be found in those very menfolk. Thus do we conclude that the Pakistanis are a pestilential people that must be kept out of Britain at all costs.
Pakis Out! — The Details
The Pakistani population of the UK must be removed, driven out, forced out, thrown out, shown the door, expelled, even ethnically cleansed if we allow an expansive understanding of the term. We must cut the Gordian knot and expel the overwhelming bulk of the Pakistani population. Here we introduce the Pakis Out! Plan.
If one is eating an apple that turns out to have a spot of rot in it, one can eat around it. But if one bites into an apple only to discover that it is more rot than apple, one will likely throw it away. The Pakistanis are all rot, no apple. The extremely small fraction of the Pakistani population that is both decent and productive is in no way, shape, or form crucial to the future of our country, and the remainder calls into question the possibility of that future existing. Cut the Gordian Knot! Pakis Out!
We must adopt an attitude of perfect callousness towards the Pakistanis. In plain English, this means that there should be no extent at all to which our policies are predicated on their interests. Given that they attach no significance to ours, this seems entirely reasonable. The Pakistanis have done as they would be done by; they have no grounds for complaint.
There is an important point to be made here. Though we advocate the driving out of the Pakistanis, we do not suggest that literally every single Pakistani must be forced out for us to consider our goals achieved. The objective is to bring substantial coercive pressure on the Pakistanis so that they start to and continue to leave in large numbers. Assuming these efforts are successful, a point will come at which the bulk of the Pakistanis have left, and the remainder consist of those who are prepared to jettison, or who have already jettisoned, enough of their inner Pakistani that they can essentially be tolerated, on the understanding that they will be dealt with great harshness should their inner Pakistani ever manifest itself in the future. Let us suggest for the sake of the discussion, that 90% of the current Pakistani population will need to be driven out to bring this about.
Needless to say, implementing the basic Pakis Out! policy would result in some substantial amount of social disruption, the scale of which would not be easy to predict. The army and police would have to be well-prepared, and it may well prove necessary to create additional forces to help contain riots, demonstrations, and other forms of resistance, whether on the part of the Pakistanis themselves, their hard-left sympathisers, or both.
It should be borne in mind that the Pakistani population is overwhelmingly endogamous, with Pakistanis, as a rule, marrying only other Pakistanis. This means that deciding who is ‘actually’ a Pakistani and who is not is much easier than would be the case with other immigrant populations with stronger tendencies to intermarry. Either way, we hope it will become clear that the measures we advocate are not heavily reliant upon explicit definitions of who is a Pakistani and who is not.
However arrogant it may sound, we suggest that the basic outline of what needs to be done to expel the Pakistani population is herein contained, and that any action taken by any European state to expel any Muslim population will consist of a more or less draconian application of these steps. We have dubbed these steps the Pakis Out! Plan.
The Pakis Out! Plan is not a single, invariant collection of procedures for driving Pakistanis out of a country. It is, rather, an understanding that there exists a plethora of steps that could be taken to this end, that exist along a continuum from the least draconian to the most draconian, and from the least transgressive of extant norms to the most transgressive of extant norms. The implementation of a gradually tightening straitjacket of restrictions, coercion and general unpleasantness, backed up by a willingness to use the violence of the state against concerted opposition, is the Pakis Out! plan. Those readers interested in the only real alternatives are invited to peruse my other essays, ‘Surrender, Genocide… or What?’ and ‘Our Muslim Troubles’ (Part One, Part Two, Part Three, Part Four, Part Five). Anyone who cares to read them will, we hope, agree that Pakis Out! is the best option available to us.
Our consideration of the details of Pakis Out! will be thematic in nature. There will be six themes in total: immigration, law enforcement, citizenship and residency, religious restrictions, the welfare state, and general malicious harassment. Each theme will feature a brief discussion of how the British state could and should tighten the screw on the child-raping Paki horde in order to drive an ever-larger fraction of it out of the country. The individual sections should not be taken as lists of things that must be done, but items on a menu that the British state can progressively select from on the basis of what seems to be working and how much success it seems to be enjoying.
The observant reader will note that we provide very few details as to the exact legislation that would need to be passed to facilitate the program we describe. There are two reasons for this. The first is that we have no legal background, and are not well-equipped to say a great deal on this front at all. The second, and more important reason, is that laws are human constructs and that a British state committed to driving out the Pakistanis will construct whatever laws it needs to bring about that end. The details of how exactly this is to be done are not of any particular interest to us.
Pakistani immigration into the UK would essentially cease, on the basis of an understanding that the holders of Pakistani citizenship would be banned from obtaining British citizenship or residency, banned from obtaining student visas etc., banned from family reunion immigration, banned from obtaining work visas, and so on. Pakis would not be allowed into the UK except under the most restrictive conditions, and then only on a short-term basis.
Those Pakistani citizens already in the UK would be required to leave when their current visas expired, assuming they actually had valid visas, unless there were specific reasons to hunt them down and expel them prior to this happening. Ruthlessly hunting down and expelling illegal Pakistani immigrants would become a priority for border control agencies. Such people would be held in special internment camps if they proved difficult to deport, and the camps would be segregated by sex.