I recently wrote a post regarding the muslim takeover of the East End of London. The East End/Tower Hamlets area was for centuries, a bastion of white working class British people. And at one time immediate family members received priority for local housing so that families could be kept together. But this policy, called Sons and Daughters, was deemed to be racist and prevented the rampant and unchecked immigration of Bangladeshi muslim immigrants, that were pouring into the East End, and complaining that couldn't find housing. Thus the indigenous East End British families were forced to scatter about the country and the East End/Tower Hamlets area quickly turned into a muslim majority.
Thus now there is a NuLabour "Nu-think" of the Sons and Daughters policy:
"The East End of London, now consists of ever growing larger numbers of muslims and housing is once again a concern (20,000 on waiting list) and muslims are demanding that neighborhood housing be provided for their offspring-- so what does the Labour government, in cahoots with the Liberal Dems, do??? Why they have come up with a new/old "Sons and Daughters" policy - in essence the IDENTICAL policy that had been in effect for the East End indigenous British - and trashed as it was deemed "racist." Link to my post is here
So it should come as no surprise that now the East End Bangladeshi community is demanding the renaming of the local tube station, in process of being completely refurbished, from its original name - Shoreditch High Street Station to:
" Tower Hamlets councillor Abdal Ullah said the new station should be called "Banglatown" to reflect the strong Bangladeshi community."..."The Bangladeshi community of this area are the custodians of the community," said Mr Ullah."
Apparently of no importance, to Mr Ullah and his supporters, is the minimum cost of 2 million pounds to rename the station along with maps, signs, etc.or of any historical significance the station may have to the British people.
So is this what is in the future for the historical cities and sites of England?
As the unrestrained muslim colonisation of England/Great Britain continues will more stations, then roads, then towns, then cities, then landmarks be renamed to reflect the muslim majority population? As Islamist ideas and demands are taking over the UK’s traditional ways - will the British also allow them to capture their by-ways?
A proposal has been made to change the name of a revamped station due to open in the East End in two years time.
Shoreditch High Street station will open as part of the East London Line.
Tower Hamlets councillor Abdal Ullah said the new station should be called "Banglatown" to reflect the strong Bangladeshi community.
Transport for London (TfL) said changing the name would cost about £2m and warned the proposals could cause some confusion.
"The Bangladeshi community of this area are the custodians of the community," said Mr Ullah.
This area has been a haven for migrant communities and the Bangladeshi community by far is one of the largest at the moment and they want to leave a symbol for future generations."
But a TfL spokesman said: "The cost of changing the name of a station can be substantial and time consuming, as it is not just the physical station signs that have to be addressed but also maps, leaflets, related publications and pre-recorded announcements.
"It is important that a station name takes into account the street or the official name of its area, as recorded on official maps."
Two years ago, Mr Ullah launched a campaign to rename Aldgate East tube station Brick Lane - without success.