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Friday, 12 November 2010

Armistice Day, 2010: a Muslim 'justifies' the attempted murder of Stephen Timms MP

Behold, the face of hatred and bigotry. This Abu Ubaidah is truly a fitting spokesman for Islam. The gang "Muslims Against Crusades", which desecrated the two minutes' silence in memory of our glorious dead who gave their lives to defend our nation's freedom, with their vile chanting of anti-British slanders, and with their burning of a wreath of poppies, should all have been arrested, and charged with religiously-and racially-aggravated public order offences, and incitement to religious and racial hatred. If it had been an Islamic ceremony that had been disrupted in this way, those responsible would most certainly have felt the full force of the law come down on them like a ton of bricks. Why should there be one law for the Muslims and another for our people? Why should Muslims always receive special treatment, at our expense, in our country?

The fact that they have been allowed to get away with their flouting of English law, and their outraging of public morality, by the "dhimmi" police officers and politicians of the Establishment, can only encourage these zealots to commit even grosser outrages and excesses in the future. Weakness and appeasement are provocative. Their odious demonstration was not reported by the "mainstream media" as extensively as it deserved, because the politically "correct" bigots who control it fear being accused of "Islamophobia".

Well, the Greek word phobia actually means "fear", rather than "hatred", and they would do well to fear the very real prospect of Islamic rule in Britain, particularly if they are homosexuals, or women, or Jews.

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