I was reading through a few old copies of Identity Magazine this morning, when I came across the following letter:
I can find nothing on the internet about the Ham Laws. Could anybody elaborate? Could somebody do a search in Spanish?Encouraging Repatriation
Repatriation of non-Europeans is probably essential for the long-term well-being of these islands. However, as the BNP has made it quite clear in its policy statement, this cannot be enacted by forced repatriation as that breeds resentment in immigrants and liberals alike, plus the fact that the majority of Britons are decent people with a soft spot for the underdog.
For the answer we need to look to history. Isabella and Ferdinand repatriated the muslims from Spain not by force, but by the 'ham laws'. Every household was required to display a ham in the house (as an aid to good nutrition you understand) and the Moors finally got the message. Our ham laws could include:
Outlawing Halal slaughter. Outlawing the veil in public. Outlawing Islamic schools. Outlawing forced marriage. Outlawing the marrying of cousins from abroad or elsewhere. Requiring all clerics to be from Britain. A public commitment by senior Muslim clerics that Christianity and Judaism are the equals of Islam.
Perhaps the last one would be as effective as Spain's earlier 'ham laws'.