It’s the Mawlid today & I can’t wait to get out on the street and wave my green flag and then go back to the Masajid to take part in some out of tune singing and then eat some biryani…
Maybe, just maybe I’ll get my picture taken with the local MP.
How cool will that be?!
I’ve written before on the nature of the Muslim leadership in my locality.
It’s always galling how the community leaders can muster their flock into a show of force, but these very same people will not bat an eye lid when Islam is attacked every single day – the Prophet SAW is insulted, or Muslims are butchered – don’t say nothing in the Masajids as no politics are allowed.
If you try and speak out against the passivity being preached, one of the “respected elders” are quick to remind you:
“bastard sonny, I tell you no politic in my bloody masjid”
before knives are pulled and police turn up thanks to the direct CCTV feed going to the local station – thanks PVE!
But to go and invite the local MP to the party for a picture?
The depressing irony of it all.
The picture will take centre stage and be a source of pride for the “community leaders”- but ask the MP to name the people in the picture he appears with?
Modern day cha wallahs – a throwback to the good old days of the British Raj – a mentality our brainwashed people are yet to rid themselves of.
The following video illustrates the point perfectly:
When you stick to “no politics in my mosque” and then invite your local MP to a meaningless march, there’s something seriously wrong.
What you are saying is, two fingers to you jack, as long as I’m alright that’s all that matters.
By the way I’m noticing a lot of mini green flags attached to cars that are driving by pumping out “naats” very muslamic isn’t it?
Anyway, can’t hang around forever, there’s points to be scored and pictures to be had with the MP ….all those “khatums” to attend and all that biryani to be eaten.