Well, as we are a tolerant people for the main, except the fascist bigots of the politically correct brigade that is, we think that opposition to a new Mosque is unreasonable.
After all, live and let live, so let them build it in the name of 'diversity'.
We don't have a problem with it and it will obviously satisfy the needs of some of the local 'community'.
However, we also recognize the need to consider the wishes and needs of all the local residents which must be taken in to account and subsequently catered for.
Therefore, we feel it appropriate and reasonable to allow other proposed developments in the adjacent vicinity and immediately surrounding area, in order to satisfy this requirement.
This is of course, in the true spirit of free speech, freedom of expression and non-discrimination which I am sure supporters of the Mosque will both understand and embrace.
We believe the extra leisure and retail facilities to be provided by these other developments will improve cultural understanding and indeed, both promote 'diversity' and enhance the area, for the benefit of all.
This is something which we are surely all in favour of.
Therefore, a Butchers shop Porkies, a gay night club Gaylord's and sex toy shop Women first, are all to open in the adjacent area surrounding the Mosque.
There will also be provision for an off-licence and tobacconists.
As there is a proposal for a new dog rescue home on the same street and thus an expected significant increase in dog walkers, provision of dog waste bins on every lamp post will be made.
As the new dog rescue home also trains and supports guide dogs, it will of course be extremely convenient for those blind people wishing to visit their new Mosque.
We're sure the local residents will appreciate the improvements to their amenities, together with their new Mosque.
As users of the Mosque are also understanding and tolerant people, we feel sure they will also welcome their new neighbours, with open arms.
By raising the awareness of the rights of all people through agreeing this development, the promotion of mutual respect for different cultures and the subsequent increased harmony amongst the local 'community', must surely be applauded.
This approach to a non-discriminatory policy is in line with our beliefs of a free, democratic country and must surely prove to be the way forward for future developments nationally and a benchmark example of social integration, for all to aspire to.