Brits sick of BBC pandering to terrorists


PEOPLE keep telling me it?s the one thing I am not supposed to write about.

And my lawyer says it will be expensive.

But to hell with it all because, frankly, I have had enough.

I am outraged my country is changing and Great Britain is looking less great. I?m also sick of holding my tongue. Enough.

The simple fact is nearly half of Muslims in the UK think that the bearded loons who spout violence against the West are pretty much in line with mainstream Muslim opinion.

According to a BBC poll, almost half ? 45 per cent ? believe that extremist clerics who preach violence against the West are not ?out of touch?.

Do you hear that? Forty-five per cent of Muslims in the UK think that the hooked preacher of hate was dead on the money.

They see bearded fanatics ranting in the street encouraging their ?brothers? to machete the heads off white boys and nod approvingly as they saunter off to Sainsbury?s.

When I heard the BBC celebrating that the majority of British Muslims are opposed to those who want to fight against British interests I wanted to yank my radio from the wall and hurl it through the window of the nearest halal-only Subway.

This is not journalism. This is not responsible reporting.

We must stop funding left-wingers to ingest The Guardian and make bias programmes.

Just because you ride a bike to work, doesn?t make you right, you pompous soft-shoe-wearing fools.

It is time that BBC reporters were accountable for what they write and say.

I will not stand by mute and watch my country go to hell in a handcart. And I will not tolerate a society where a quarter of one religion does not respect the culture of the country they choose to join.

I am not a wobbly headed politician. I don?t need to please people.

And I will stand up and say it is wrong to have people living among us that wish us harm.

The left may be a fan of a multiculturalism that involves non-Muslim Brits being treated like target practice.

But I am sick of it.

Our country is a green and pleasant land.

If you don?t wish its people well, I suggest you find a land of your own.

Nothing more to add.


– Katie Hopkins