The Anger of a Quiet Man posts on Islamification - a post well worth reading. He highlights a Cameron quotation that is indeed puzzling, yet one that is the cause of all the problems relating to race and religion that we presently have in our country.
"Not for the first time, I found myself thinking that it is mainstream
Britain which needs to integrate more with the British Asian way of
life, not the other way around.”
David Cameron, “What I learnt from my stay with a Muslim family”
The Observer, Sunday 13 May 2007.
It is not just the question of Islamification but also that of immigration that goes to the heart of what is happening to our society today - all at the whim of our political class, who are indulging in an exercise of social engineering, without our permission.
I can only illustrate my own views on integration with an example: Were I to decide to go and live with David Cameron and his family (whether they wished that to happen or not) I would live by their 'rules' and if that proved intolerable to me, then I would find alternative accommodation. (I can just imagine David Cameron's attitude were I to attempt imposing changes to his lifestyle!)
"Frankly I'll give it another 10 years before it explodes in the politicians faces at the latest."
Sorry, but I don't give it that long. When the underlying resentment that the people presently feel does explode - and it will be soon - it will indeed be bloody.
There is irony however in the political incompetence for which our politicians are renowned, because as TAoaQM writes, the social problems are caused by our politicians leading us ever further into cultural division all in the name of diversity and equality.