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A mantra of the left regarding the Muslim infestation of Britain advises that we restrain the expression of our contempt for them, lest they become ‘disenfranchised’.

It will, so the story goes, make a bad problem worse to give Muslims the impression they are not an integral part of the national organism.

Should we be too vocal in our ‘prejudice’, Leftists remark, then the Muslims will begin to view themselves as foreign to our nation, unconnected to its highs and unsympathetic to its lows, and following this, become more easily drawn to violent extremism.

Sensible folk are rapidly losing faith in these weak-minded arguments, and for good reason too – as the great assumption behind them is flawed down to its bone-marrow.

Muslims are socially-incompatible creatures not because they are denied integration, but because they are so horribly confident of their own superiority that they do not desire it.

I’ll give you an example. In class a few months ago, I overheard a Sikh Indian being bullied by a couple of Muslims. The Muslims were mocking the Sikh religion’s allegedly permissive attitude to homosexuality and it was inferred that the boy had ‘gay friends’. “We don’t hang around with gays in IsLAM. In IsLAM, it’s against the rules..”

Now, in what way could this behaviour be made to conform to the hypothesis above? The Sikh fellow for all I heard was not blocking the integration of the Muslims into his social group. He merely had the misfortune to sit next to people who believed they were too good for him, and for his and our society.

You see, Muslims are angry in part because their lofty self-image clashes with social reality. They are, so they think, morally superior to the unbelievers, as well as cleaner, cleverer and better disciplined.

When society’s mirror reflects back anything other than confirmation of this, they are bitterly confused.

When a Muslim walks down a busy high-street on a Friday night and sees girls in tight mini-skirts and drunken guys staggering along behind them, he does not think “Oh what a shame it is I can’t join these people.”

He thinks “Wow, These people are lower than animals!”

This, and not the disenfranchisement myth, is the vital reality, and this is precisely why we should not feel one ounce of remorse for speaking out against them.

We are only giving back to Muslims, the same contempt they already feel for us.