This is an interesting point. Looking at the general behaviour of many Muslims in the UK, I often wonder if we suffer from a form of collective learned helplessness. Years of indoctrination into the mindset that it is haraam to participate in politics have left a mass of people who believe that they've no recourse to challenge government policy or their vilification in the media. What resentment and sense of injustice their is, is unfocused and sometimes misdirected.
No I really believed we could make a difference, and we have, people have no idea how massive MPACUK has been on the direction of Muslim Britain. Remember if Black people could fight for freedom despite the most of the entire political elite being against them, and gain that freedom why can't we?
What do you think is necessary to overcome this type of psychological conditioning?
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