The experiment of mass immigration undertaken in Britain since the 1950s, with the subsequent addition of multi-culturism to this toxic trial, has lead us to our present state of affairs. However, there could have been another form of multi-culturism for our country, as originally practiced by General Sir Charles Napier (1782–1853), Commander-in-Chief in India. A delegation of Hindu locals approached him complaining about the prohibition of Sati — the custom of burning widows alive on the funeral pyres of their husbands — and his response was:
You say that it is your custom to burn widows. Very well. We also have a custom: when men burn a woman alive, we tie a rope around their necks and we hang them. Build your funeral pyre; beside it, my carpenters will build a gallows. You may follow your custom. And then we will follow ours.
Now that’s the sort of muscular multi-culturism I would not mind being put into practice, especially with all the demands for the introduction of Sharia law within our country.