ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF DEWSBURY Paperback – 2012
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This book tells the story of a cultural revolution and social decay in the once-proud Yorkshire mill town of Dewsbury. Publisher and journalist Danny Lockwood has written a chronicle of more than 20 years of failed multi-culturalism. This is a no-holds-barred account of how a community has been failed on all sides by politicians, police and race industry zealots alike.
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Not only is it happening in Dewsbury it is happening in Birmingham, Bradford, Preston; Burnley and a town or city near you. This brand of politics has no morals whatever it takes we must get there even if we sell our souls. Their brand of politics is very dirty even though politics is a very dirty game. Many years a go I remember a Muslim person showing me a document that talked about various plans for Islam to take over the UK turning in to an Islamic Country. They some of things spoken about in the document were chemical warfare. When you read it closely and even though I didn't catch on straight away the chemical warfare they were talking about was wide spread heroin use by the home nation. They make the money and make the home nation weak by distributing Heroin.
The other order was to buy all vacant property turning them in to Mosques, madrassas and other muslim properties. To make money in anyway and if that means jail time then so be it.
Everything that Danny Lockwood talks about fits all the stuff I have been seeing growing up but now it's becoming reality. The lefty do gooders, politically correct need to take a hard look at themselves for a large part they have played a prominent part in the growth of Muslims getting a foothold.
We talk about integration, diversity and multiculturalism, but they don't do any of this but soon as they cry wolf we start giving everything to them, why?
It's already all in a town or city near you.
Events have overtaken this book what is written here has slowly but surely come to light as something that is now endemic in those places, even now as in the book authorities at all levels do as much as they can to "hide" truth and diminish cause and effect, what more do they need to stand up and be counted before it is to late, maybe it already is.
For all that Daniel should be applauded for doing what he did at a time when no one else had.
I knew it had become a run down and the home of Karen Mathews, but took my car to a tyre fitter there a year ago as they had a tyre in stock. Whilst my tyre was being done,I strolled through Dewsbury for the first time in maybe 20 years, and was shocked at what I saw, many of the shops and even McDonalds closed down. I saw a group of drunks fighting in the town square (middle of the day). I was approached by someone who appeared to have serious psychiatric issues. The people looked poor and dejected. Pound stores, ‘never never’ on the tick type shops and various Asian speciality shops seemed the order of the day. Even the market was a shadow of its former self and I heard just the other week that a famous Pork butchers had shut up shop after around 100 years or more. It was basically horrible, one of the worst towns I had ever walked though. How sad I felt.
I saw this book and wondered if it would cast some light on how a once nice town had become this. The rather quick death of the place had sort of passed me by, I would like some answers.
The book explains the cultural split in a Dewsbury with people living in alternate universe in places like Saville Town, and the lack of integration between communities. The author seems to think this is a big part of the town’s downfall. He also explains the political climate, and how certain entities ceased control and imposed an agenda, to the detriment of many Dewsbury residents.
Im not convinced the book is that well written and sometimes seems rambling and flitting between different subjects. However, it’s a decent read and offers on perspective on the problems Dewsbury most certainly has.
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The book really opened my eyes,to what is happening around the district.Read more