Pakistani Actress Visits UK: ‘It’s Like Mini Pakistan’

The UK feels just like Pakistan, according to one native Pakistani.

A Pakistani actress made an accidental political statement about the overwhelming amount of immigration to the United Kingdom from the Middle East when she visited Bradford, U.K.

“It’s amazing. It’s my first trip to Bradford, and it’s like a mini Pakistan for me,” Mehwish Hayat told BBC. “And the love, the passion that everyone has, it’s so welcoming. And I feel like I am actually in my own country.”

In case this needs to be said, the U.K. is supposed to feel like the U.K., not Pakistan. But apparently in some parts of the country, that is no longer the case.

“Bradford has one of the highest Muslim populations out of any town in the UK,” according to Summit News. “According to the 2011 census, over 20% of the population is Pakistani, although that figure is now likely to be significantly higher.”

Paul Joseph Watson reported that there were race riots in Bradford when the white majority of the citizens squared off with the Pakistani migrants, and that the town’s “white population shrunk from 76% in 2001 to 63% in 2011.”

Meanwhile, knife crime continues to soar in London, the capital city of the U.K., under the mayorship of Sadiq Khan.

I recently reported on one Afghan migrant in London who set out to kill British people based on their ethnicity:

An Afghan migrant who went on a stabbing rampage in London asked his victims if they were English before attacking them, according to reports on his trial.

“Samiulahaq Akbari, 32, allegedly stalked potential victims at a Tesco Extra in Thornton Heath on January 8 while holding a 10-inch blade,” RT said. “Footage shows the Afghan asylum seeker tapping shopper Nicholas Speight on the shoulder before asking his nationality. When Speight revealed that he was from the UK, Akbari lunged at the victim with a large knife, the court was told.”

Akbari was reportedly motivated by a desire to “kill members of the public.”

The prosecutor in the case, Heidi Stonecliffe, said that it was only “by luck” that Speight was not stabbed.

“This defendant had set out deliberately to threaten, harm and kill members of the public by virtue of their nationality, or what Mr Akbari perceived to be their nationality – they were English,” she said.

He fled the scene, and ten minutes later attacked two other men in a similar manner. Again, he missed both of his targets. When he returned home, his cousin called the police, giving them a dire warning.

“[H]e wants to kill the English people. I can see his eyes, he’s serious,” the cousin reportedly said. “He will do it. He’s trying to run and he will kill someone. Please come quickly.”

London has a “knife epidemic” which has “reached unprecedented levels” in 2019, according to The Sun.

London’s Muslim mayor Sadiq Khan has refused to stop settling third world refugees in the city, despite the increasing violence. More than 30 people – 32 to be exact – have been stabbed to death in London. Last year, the city had 135 homicides.

Khan has responded to the increased violence, but has not linked it to increased migration from violent parts of the world.

“The rise in the number of violent deaths both in London and across our country is shameful. This scourge leaves families and communities devastated,” he said according to The Guardian.

“The causes of violent crime are deeply complex and made far worse by huge government cuts over the last eight years to the police, youth services, councils and charities.”

Meanwhile, Mayor Khan is engaged in a longstanding virtue-signaling battle with President Donald J. Trump.

“If he comes to London, President Trump will experience an open and diverse city that has always chosen unity over division and hope over fear. He will also no doubt see that Londoners hold their liberal values of freedom of speech very dear,” he said in April 2018.

He also claimed that Trump was not welcome in London, at least according to his constituents.

“Many Londoners have made it clear that Donald Trump is not welcome here while he is pursuing such a divisive agenda. It seems he’s finally got that message,” he said.

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