25 November 2010


"British foreign policy to change reflecting Arab concerns on Middle East" reports the Telegraph. No change involved - the institutional proclivity of the Foreign Office has always been to bend over and spread 'em, and if for Arabs with a reach-around to feel those pulsing petro-dollars pumping into the City that pays Britain's bills.

Dhimmitude is a condition of submission (concession, surrender and appeasement) towards Islamic demands. It is derived from the Arab word dhimmi, which literally means 'protected' and refers to non-Muslim subjects of an islamic state - or empire - who are required to show 'proper submission' and to pay a tax.

In this case, the tax amounts to prostituting the Queen and the surrender of such shreds of soiled self-respect as Britain still possesses.

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