In British society women are respected. We don’t have to walk 10 paces behind our husbands when walking down the street. I’m not saying that every Muslim couple does this but I come from Luton and I see this regularly. We, as British people, do not have to sit in the back of a car while our husbands drive. And we defiantly do not have to cover up and wear burkha. This is disgusting in a British society that we can allow this to happen.
Like I said, I come form Luton and have lived in Luton all my life and Luton is massively divided by Islam. I have had friends who have dated Muslim guys who have treated them with the utmost disrespect. I would not have treated an animal that way. Controlled and beaten, forced to do sexual positions and forced to do oral sex with no consent and just shown of as a trophy on their arm, Muslim men do not have respect for women. But yet it seems to be ok in British society because it’s part of their religion.
In Luton every year Christmas lights are shown within the town centre because it is a festive season we British people celebrate and have celebrated for years - but we have had complaints from the Islam community that they find it offensive to walk through THEIR local town with these celebrations going on because they do not celebrate Christmas within their religion. How dare they come to this – it is our town and if you don’t like the ways our society is being led then maybe you should think about going back to their home country where all of their beliefs can be acknowledged. It is so easy to come to this country not speaking a word of English and living of the state and that is where we go wrong.
Things need to change. Islam is not the way forward for British society. British people and I am not saying that they are not welcome in this country because we have for many, many years been a multicultural country - before anyone jumps on the bandwagon and starts to say that I am a ‘racist’ - I am not! I am a white British woman with a Indian partner of 4 years and gorgeous little boy. But I am scared for when my child grows up in this society as to what else is going to happen and change within the future.