And now these fond and foolish Rochdale leaders are celebrating the nation and culture that brought them those Muslim rape gangs. Perhaps Mayor Duckworth and MP Tony Lloyd and the rest of them think that this nauseating Islamopandering will encourage the Muslims in Rochdale to integrate. If they just feel loved enough, they’ll drop the jihad, end the rape gangs, and become loyal, productive Britons — right? Won’t they? After all, jihad and the rape gang activity are just reactions to “Islamophobia” and racism, aren’t they?
Duckworth and the others are in for a rude surprise.
“Flag raised to commemorate Pakistan Day,” Rochdale Online, March 23, 2018 (thanks to Jack):
To commemorate Pakistan Day, a Pakistani flag raising ceremony took place at 10.00am on Friday (23 March) at Rochdale Town Hall.
Mayor Ian Duckworth, Tony Lloyd MP, councillors, representatives of organisations, leaders and members of the Pakistani community attended.
Before the flag was raised outside the Town Hall by Mayor Duckworth, the Quran was recited by Hafiz Malik, and people were invited to make a speech.
Councillor Aasim Rashid said: “It is a really great honour for us today to be gathered here. This day was passed on the basis of equality, tolerance and respect for communities and I am grateful that we are living in the same harmony in Rochdale and working together.
“I am honoured that in Rochdale we always raise a flag for Pakistan Day and Independence Day.”
Elder Mudassair Yasin, who started the flag raise in Rochdale, said: “I think we all should be very grateful to the council and the people of Rochdale who have supported us for many years.
“My message to the community is although we have a Pakistani heritage, this is our homeland and the homeland of our future generations so please play your part and be a part of the community; work with all members and sections of the community so we can make Rochdale a better place to live for our future generations.”
Tony Lloyd, MP for Rochdale, said: “Today is an important day in the life of Rochdale as it is recognition that it is possible to be a good citizen of Britain whilst still cherishing the Pakistani heritage.
“Rochdale has been a home to people from many different backgrounds for many years, so this is a celebration of Rochdale’s diversity.
“The very simple message of this national Pakistan Day is that we do not tolerate or accept division.”…