Not many words are needed.
Just compare the two pictures from the Mail Online, both taken at the end of last month, few hundred yards of each other in the East End of London.
The top photo shows a Sunday morning service in the churche of St George-in-the-East on Cannon Street Road. Only 12 people attended the service.
The photo at the bottom shows worshippers gathered for Friday midday prayers outside the mosque on the Brune Street Estate in Spitalfields. Since the mosque holds "only" 100 people - an enviable number for many churches -, the Muslim believers overflowed in the nearby streets.
As a terrible coincidence, adding insult to injury, Canon Michael Ainsworth of St George’s, that the Mail describes as "putting on a brave face", was beaten up in 2008 in his churchyard by three "Asian" (read "Muslim") youths, in an incident which police treated as a "faith-hate" attack.
The chairman of my party Liberty GB, Paul Weston, wrote about it at the time, and so did I a few years later.
Is this the country we want to live in? A country where decent, altruistic, peaceful and loving people are replaced by their exact opposites?