Friday, December 17, 2010

Alarming facts revealed in U.S. State Dept. cable about Muslims in Great Britain.

No one seems to know for sure what to do with Wikileaks. Is Julian Assange, the founder, a hero or a villan? Conservatives and liberals alike (but for seemingly different reasons) want to bring Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to trial for committing treason for releasing thousands of Classified government documents that were stolen by Army Pfc. Bradley Manning. Meanwhile Pf. Manning sits in a Marine Brig at Quantico, Va., while awaiting possible court martial. Yet one thing is also happening and that is the public is finding out how much was being covered up by the current leaders in the Obama administration. The exception to this is only what the liberal news media is willing to report about the details which seems to be very little.

One thing for sure is the world is learning a lot of nasty stuff about the U.S. Government and the unfriendly comments being made by U.S. officials about many world leaders. It makes you wonder how much the government has to go through to keep any of our allies. But most importantly, some of those stolen classified documents are shedding light on one of the greatest threats to America since the Revolutionary War: the spread of Islam. The information now known to be a fact is that our government was fully aware of the threats from an in-depth report on Muslim demographics in the U.K.

One cable telegraph sent from the American Embassy in London to the Secretary of State in Washington, D.C. on January 6, 2009 outlines some grave warnings about the growing population of Muslims in the United Kingdom. The full text of the cable can be read here. It begins with the cryptic heading below and a few choice extracts that follow:
O 061155Z JAN 09

S E C R E T LONDON 000027


E.O. 12958: DECL: 12/30/2018

REF: A. 08 STATE 128186

Classified By: Political Counselor Rick Mills, Jr. for reasons 1.4 (b) and (d)
1. (S/NF) Summary. Per reftel, this cable provides information on the demographics of the Muslim community in the UK. The last official UK census was in 2001 and much of what is provided below is a combination of census figures and subsequent estimates and surveys. Post notes that the information is incomplete and in many cases several years old. This is, however, the most current and accurate information available. Among the findings are that the UK Muslim population has jumped in seven years from 1.6 million to 2 million. At that rate of increase, HMG estimates that the Muslim population of the UK at the next census in 2011 will be over 2.2 million. End Summary.

Overall Muslim Population Growing But Rate Slowing
2. (C) The 2001 UK census showed a population of 1.6 million Muslims. In April 2008, the Home Secretary Jacqui Smith announced that HMG estimated the Muslim population at 2 million or 3.3% of the UK population. This represented an increase of 400,000 in seven years. The 1951 census showed a population of Muslims of less than 22,000. Therefore between 1951 and 2001 (50 years) there had been an annualized  increase of 31,500 Muslims in the UK, but in the seven year period between 2001 and 2008 there was an actual annualized increase of 57,000. The rate of increase as measured by decades has slowed, however. In 1961, the population of Muslims in the UK was 2.5 times what it had been in 1951. Between 1961 and 1971 the Muslim population multiplied an astonishing 5 times its previous population. Thereafter the Muslim population's rate of growth began to slow. In 1981 it was only 2.4 times the 1971 population (this was attributed to the ending of unlimited Commonwealth immigration in the early 1970's). In 1991 it was only 1.7 times what it had been in 1981; and between 1991 and 2001 it only grew by 1.6 times the previous population. Based on a projected 2011 population of 2.2 million, the rate of increase between 2001 and 2011 is estimated to be 1.4 times the 2001 figure. In overall numbers, the UK Muslim population is rapidly increasing, but its rate of growth is slowly decreasing. Changes to UK visa rules announced in 2008 may slow this rate even more.
4. (SBU) The following are excerpts from the UK's Office of National Statistics (ONS), all data is from the 2001 UK census unless otherwise noted.

-- The 2001 Census showed that out of the total UK population of 58.8 million, 1.6 million identify as Muslims. At 3 percent, this is the largest non-Christian religious population. They are a young, tightly clustered, but often disadvantaged community, according to UK social and economic statistics.

-- People with Muslim backgrounds are most concentrated in London (38% of the total UK Muslim population) and other large urban areas, including the West Midlands (14% of the Muslim population), the North West (13%), and Yorkshire and the Humber (12%). Within these areas, Muslims are highly concentrated spatially. Muslims make up 8% of the population of London overall, but 36% of the Tower Hamlets area and 24% of the Newham area population.

-- 70% of Muslims gave their national identity as British, English, Scottish, or Welsh; 91% of UK-born Muslims gave a British national identity.

-- More than half of Muslim adults living in England and Wales in 2001 said their religion was important to their self-identity.
-- Unemployment rates were higher for Muslims than any other religion, for both men and women. Muslim male unemployment rate was 13% in 2004, and for women it was 18%.

-- Muslims between the ages of 16 and 24 had the highest unemployment rates at 28%; 11% of Muslims over the age of 25 were unemployed.

-- Muslims were most likely to be unavailable or not actively seeking work due to reasons such as disability, being a student, or looking after the family and home. 31% of working-age men were economically inactive, as were 69% of
working-age women.
-- 74% of Muslims are from an Asian ethnic background (Pakistani - 43%, Bangladeshi - 16%, Indian - 8%, Other Asian - 6%), Almost 1.2 million Asian Muslims were living in Great Britain in 2001. Another 11% were from a White ethnic background, including 4% of White British origin and 7% from another White background (including Turkish, Cypriot, Arab and Eastern European). 6% of Muslims were of Black African origin, mainly from North and West Africa.

5. (SBU) The following are excerpted from Post's International Religious Freedom Report (IRFR) and reports or studies from various Muslim and migration/immigration NGO's. Citations are from the IRFR unless otherwise noted.

-- The Government estimates the number of mosques in the UK to be around 1,000.

-- A May 8, 2008, Religious Trends report states that more than 50% of Muslims regularly worship at mosques. (Embassy Comment: Religious Trends is a UK think tank that monitors a wide array of religious issues. Among other things, the 2008 report noted that while 43 million UK residents claimed to be Christians, less than 3 million (7%) regularly worship in churches. End Comment).

-- According to a poll of 600 Muslim and 800 non-Muslim students at thirty universities throughout the UK conducted by the Centre for Social Cohesion (CSC), as reported ref B, 32 percent of Muslims on UK campuses believe killing in the name of religion is justified, 54 percent wanted a Muslim Party to represent their world view in Parliament, and 40 percent want Muslims in the UK to be under Sharia law. Only 2 percent of non-Muslims felt killing in the name of religion could be justified and none believed it was acceptable for Muslims in the UK to have a religious-based party, or to be under Sharia law. 73 percent of Muslim students are at least occasional participants in Friday services while only 2 percent of non-Muslim students attend any religious service. The poll results also found that 73 percent of Muslim students believe it is possible to be both Muslim and British and a similar number believe their parents are "much more or somewhat more" strict Muslims than they are. In addition only six percent believed that people who leave Islam for another religion should be "punished according to Sharia law" (killed).
That poll reported in the last paragraph should be a real eye-opener, 32% of Muslims in British universities "believe killing in the name of religion is justified,". Statistics in other parts of this report show that a much higher percentage of Muslims (50%) regularly attend mosques than do people of other religions (7%) in England suggesting that Muslims are more devout followers of their religion than Christians. Mosques are known to be places where hatred of other religions and calls for violence against man-made governments are fueled by fiery rhetoric contained in quotes from the Koran. Many mosques are used for recruiting hard-line Islamic terrorists both here and abroad.
As the contents of the entire cable are read it becomes obvious where the information came from. Sections are prefaced with remarks such as: "Raw Data: Office of National Statistics, Raw Data: Post's 2008 Religious Freedom Report and NGOs and a poll in the UK conducted by the Centre for Social Cohesion."
Considering the statistical value of the information contained in this cable which is actually comprised of batches of public information, it is difficult to understand why it would be labeled Classified unless the U.S. State Dept. is trying to hide this from the American public. Since Barack Hussein Obama was educated as a Muslim and spends much time overseas promoting Muslim interests it appears that the effort to keep this secret was to prevent any conflict with his agenda.
Since all Muslims throughout the world read the same books, namely the Koran and the Hadiths, in the same Arabic language, how can it be presumed that only Muslims in England believe it is acceptable to kill in the name of their religion? What makes Muslims in America any different? 

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for your efforts! We need every Patriot we can muster.

    Michael Travis


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