Sharia Law And The British Pound

There are over 85 Sharia Courts operating in Britain, and the rulings of over five of them are now enforceable through Common Law courts of the British judicial system. This small group of Sharia Courts, whose rulings are enforceable, forms a network known as the Muslim Arbitration Tribunal, which in 2007 made use of a clause in the Arbitration Act to formalize its position in Britain. Lord Phillips, the former Lord Chief Justice, personally endorsed this Tribunal.

The Pound Sterling, which for centuries has been part of British culture, has been one of the strongest currencies in the world thanks to responsible monetary authorities and faith in the Pound. But that's no longer the case. In the last couple of years, the Bank of England has been printing massive amounts of Pounds to save overleveraged banks and government. This action doubled the amount of money in the banking system. However, the consequences haven't been felt yet because they lag behind this massive increase by several years. Nevertheless, the increased amount has already benefited a few people: the ones who first received it, that is, bankers and government. In other words, the monetary authorities benefited a small group of people in prejudice of the rest of the population.

The rise of Islam in Britain is correlated with the downfall of the Pound Sterling to the extent that the Bank of England increases the money supply to facilitate the expansion of credit by the British government. Its credit expansion allows the enlargement of socialist programs encroached decades ago, including programs for asylum seekers and refugees, which keep serving as gateways for muslims into Britain.

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