November 3, 2014
Thanks to the suicidal immigration policy into Britain, one in seven young people presently living in Britain have glowing feelings towards the Muslim terrorist group ISIS.
Out of 2,000 adults asked by Populus, 14% of under-25s felt warmly and favourably about them and 12 percent of 25 to 34-year-olds thought positively of the head-chopping barbarians.
They found that a tenth of all Londoners and one in 12 Scots gave Islamic State a score of between six and 10, implying a level of sympathy with the group. However, the terror group is most popular with people aged under 25, with 14 percent rating them between six and 10.Support for the group was also relatively high in Wales and the West Midlands, although is at its highest in London. Those over 45 were extremely unlikely to sympathise with the group, while the vast majority of the public overall have a negative opinion of the group with 88 percent ranking them zero to four.
Jonathan Githens-Mazer, an associate professor of Arabic and Islamic Studies at the University of Exeter, blamed it on people feeling let down by the government, rather than on ethnic loyalties from the hostile species deeply embedded within our midst.
He said that under-35s are especially sceptical of Britain’s political elite and were instead turning to blogs promoting “anti-political” ideas. He said: “There’s a big trend here, which is what happens to the state — and does the state matter any more? It fits in with British scepticism about the EU.”
Under-35s were also most likely to have a favourable view of Hamas and Hezbollah, while holding a bad view of Britain and America.
Dr Clive Field, who is director of the British Religion in Numbers project at the University of Manchester, added: “It does go some way toward explaining why we have actually got five British citizens going away looking for jihad every week and we have got at least 500 over there already.”
The reason why there are at least 5 ‘British’ citizens going to join ISIS each week is because people have loyalties to their own kith and kin, not to pieces of paper that tell them they are British.
Expecting them not to be Muslim terrorists because they can now call themselves ‘British’ is like expecting a wolf not to attack sheep because you have moved him into a sheep pen and are now calling him Larry the lamb.
It really is that stupid.