Monday, September 14, 2015

Must not criticize Pakistanis

As Muslims, they probably deserved the criticisms concerned.  Muslims look down on "kuffars"

The Queen's representative in the West Midlands has resigned after emails containing controversial comments about the Pakistani community were leaked.

In the messages, Paul Sabapathy, the lord lieutenant for the region, is reported to have said there was a 'lot of work to do' to teach Pakistanis 'basic common courtesy and civility'.

The email reportedly said: 'They talk to themselves and do not engage with the wider community. They are living in the UK not Pakistan.

'Whilst being rightly proud of their Pakistani culture and heritage they need to explain better and engage more with their non-Pakistani brothers and sisters if they want their children to succeed as British Pakistani citizens.'

The email was apparently sent after he attended an event in Birmingham marking Pakistan Independence Day on August 14.

Sabapathy, who is originally from Chennai, India, has notified Buckingham Palace of his intention to step down from the role which he has held for nearly eight years.

He was the first non-white person selected to take the role of lord lieutenant, whose first duty is to 'uphold the dignity of the Crown'.

The main duties of lord lieutenants are to arrange and receive royal visits to the region, and present medals and awards on behalf of the Queen.



Anonymous said...

Sucks when you have to resign for telling the truth.

Bird of Paradise said...

PC poppycock liberals are so rediculous