Today’s theme is “Isn’t multicultural secular* democracy a good thing, eh?”
We start off with this guest video and post from British Muslims for Secular Democracy, showing that mockery is the right way to treat bigots of every persuasion.
“British Muslims for Secular Democracy today announces the launch of its plans to organise a demonstration on Saturday 31st October to counter a demonstration by Al Muhajiroun, at which they will call for the abolition of democracy in Britain and the imposition of Shariah Law on all.
That demonstration has been called by Islam 4 UK – a successor organisation to Al Muhajiroun.
British Muslims for Secular Democracy are organising the counter demonstration, bringing together a number of religious and non-religious groups.
Shaaz Mahboob, vice-chair of British Muslims for Secular Democracy says:
“Our counter-demonstration is based on our belief in, and commitment to, those liberal values that define the British state, including legal and constitutional equality for all, equal rights for women and minorities, and religious freedom, including the right to be free of faith”.
Next up, we’ll praise a Spectator writer for defending immigration. Daniel in the Lions’ Den, and that. Ooops, I went a bit theological there.
*Alright, technically, Britain isn’t a secular democracy. Stupid antidisestablishmentarianism.