After a decade of liberal immigration policy, Britain is experiencing the real multicultural ‘enrichment’ first-hand. A UK matchmaking website that caters to elderly Muslim men seeking multiple wives has gained around 100,000 users in a short period of time, the UK newspaper Daily Mail reported.
Bigamy is a punishable offence under British law and carries a prison sentence of up to seven years.
The founder of the ‘SecondWife.com’ website that helps British Muslim men aged between 30 and 60 find additional wives told the UK newspaper that he was providing “a necessary service” and that “the arrangement benefits women.”
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Such marriages are only recognised if they took place in countries where they are legal.
However, there is no law to stop unregistered religious ceremonies taking place.
Currently, there are more than 25,000 British members using the site.
Yesterday, a Daily Mail reporter - who signed up to the site as an 18-year-old woman - was not asked for age verification.
They were immediately presented with profiles of local Muslim men aged from 30 to 60.
The spokesman for SecondWife.com also told reports that he was looking forward to the legal provisions of the Muslim Sharia law to be implemented in the UK, saying, “It just takes a change in society to have an impact before legislation gets updated.” These hopes are not unfounded. There are already Sharia courts run by Mullahs that administer Islamic justice in Britain.
The Muslim population in the UK crossed 3.5 million last year, becoming 5.5% of the overall population. As the Muslim demographic of the country grows, so does the demand for the implementation of Sharia law. According to a recent study, nearly 25 percent of British Muslims were publicly willing to admit that they wanted Islamic Sharia law to replace British law.
While the progressive Feminists are busy waging war on Western patriarchy and “toxic masculinity,” genuine women's rights in the West are being washed away by uncontrolled mass migration from Arab and Muslim lands.