In Manchester, pamphlets have been distribute by a group called Public Purity have demanded that Brits do not take their dogs out in public as dogs are considered impure in the Islamic faith.
The groups message is that British citizens must do certain things that may be considered uncomfortable in order to make its Muslim citizens feel more at home. Why exactly this type of whiny, ultimatum inducing behavior would make citizens of a non-Islamic nation care how its Muslim residents feel is unclear.
What is clear, however, is that this type of intrusive behavior from Muslim immigrants helps to explain British citizens unwillingness to remain in the European Union.
British citizens were roundly denounced as xenophobes following the #Brexit situation, but if this pamphlet is any indication the Brits way of life really was being challenged by these new visitors.
It is wholly irresponsible for people who are essentially living in your guesthouse to demand to you how your house should be run. The British took in exiles and refuges out of the kindness of their hearts, and pamphlets like this show the lack of appreciation those guests have for their hosts.
In a certain sense maybe it is not the Muslim visitors fault for distributing pamphlets like this.
They are used to an entirely different way of life, and the culture shock of being introduced to a country where citizens are free to do as they please regardless of whether or not it offends somebody, must be shocking.
That is not meant to imply that the leaflets are reasonable, they are completely ridiculous and should be disregarded by anyone who sees them, but there is an element of culture shock for people not accustomed to living in free countries.
The good news is that there is an easy solution to that problem. If an immigrant, especially one taken in as a refugee, doesn’t like the way that country is being run, they can get the hell out.