Tuesday, June 27, 2017

'Muslim community CAN'T be expected to police itself'

Thornberry: We can’t expect Muslim community to police itself

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Labour’s shadow foreign secretary made the claim after at least seven people were killed and 48 more injured after three terrorists launched their deadly attack in London, on Saturday night. 
Speaking on BBC’s 5Live, Ms Thornberry said Labour would ensure the anti-radicalisation programme Prevent worked “as well as it possibly can” to stop further attacks in Britain.
When challenged over 3,000 so-called jihadis living in the country and potentially alienating the Muslim community policing them, Ms Thornberry added: “No, I think that we’ve heard, haven’t we, in relation to the Manchester murderers and the London murderers that certainly it has been suggested that there were attempts made to contact the authorities and say there were concerns about particular individuals.
“We can’t be expecting the Muslim community in this country to police itself, it has to work with the authorities so we need to make sure there are better connections, and trusted connections – that does take sensitive work and focus.”
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Emily Thornberry has been slammed after claiming "Muslim communities" cannot police themselves
One Twitter user described Jeremy Corbyn’s shadow cabinet as “dangerous”, as the shadow foreign secretary was slammed over her defence of the Labour leaders anti-terror policies.
He wrote: “Emily Thornberry on 5Live yet again defended Corbyn’s past policies, this time on anti-terror.
“The man is a danger to us all.”
Commenting on Labour’s plans to put more police on the street, another said: “More police officers more important than targeting UK jihadis it seems. Flawless logic.”
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A third added: “I was going to vote Labour but after hearing you more worried about upsetting communities than people being murdered? Unsure?”
Others were left furious that Ms Thornberry was sent instead of foreign home secretary Diane Abbott to comment on the domestic issue.
A Twitter user said: “Diane Abbott is that useless that Emily Thornberry is sent to interviews over domestic issues!”
Another tweeted: “Emily Thornberry is struggling to explain why Diane Abbott is not commenting on the London terror attack.”
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Chilling moment London Bridge attackers enter Borough Market

Ukip home affairs spokeswoman Jane Collins said that Labour "needed to stop making excuses for Muslims in Britain".
She added: "Why does Emily Thornberry not think that the Muslim community should consider itself part of the rest of the country and report people who wish to kill and maim?
"The Casey Report on integration in the UK highlighted the failures in integration and made many recommendations and said that governments have failed for more than a decade to ensure that social integration in the UK has kept up with the 'unprecedented pace and scale of immigration' and have allowed some local communities to become increasingly divided.
"A report from the Gatestone Institute found that more than 100,000 British Muslims sympathise with suicide bombers and people who commit other terrorist acts and only one in three British Muslims (34 per cent) would contact the police if they believed that somebody close to them had become involved with jihadists.
"Clearly we have a massive problem in Britain today – a divided society which the policy of multiculturalism has perpetuated. Much of the blame for this lies with the Labour Party: here in Yorkshire we know only too well the consequences of that party 'not wanting to rock the multicultural boat'.
"As a country, we must live by one rule of law: no exceptions, no excuses."
Labour have come under significant pressure since the attack on London Bridge and Borough market, with Mr Corbyn’s opposition to ‘shoot to kill’ being challenged.
Ms Thornbery in a separate interview with Sky News said her party’s leader did back the policy despite some confusions about his views on the issue.
She said: “When it comes to defending people if somebody is coming up to you with a gun, it is absolutely within the law and indeed the duty of a police officer to kill that persons it if means it will stop a threat to life.
“What I support is police officers having the powers and it being entirely clear that they, of course, must always make a safe… and if that means killing someone in order to stop more people being killed, of course, that is the case, and, of course, that is what Jeremy believes in.”

Muslim London Mayor Sets Up Task Force To Jail Those Who “Annoy” Muslims Online

Muslim London Mayor Sets Up Task Force To Jail Those Who “Annoy” Muslims Online
Muslims are obsessed with shutting down any criticism of Islam. It’s a good first step to imposing Sharia on new lands. And they’ll pretend this is to be applied broadly, but it will be used 90% of the time to protect Muslims, & the other 10% to protect other enemies of white, Christian conservatives, just like “hate speech” and other such laws in the US and elsewhere are only used against whites.

RELATED – ISIS Jihadi Continues To Lead Courtroom Persecutions Of Irish Christians For Criticizing Islam
Excerpted from BreitbartThe office of London’s first Muslim mayor has secured millions of pounds to fund a police “online hate crime hub” to work in “partnership with social media providers” to criminalise “trolls” who “target… individuals and communities.”
The London mayor’s office for policing and crime (Mopac) will spend £1,730,726 of taxpayer’s money policing speech online after applying for a huge grant from the Home Office Police Innovation Fund (PIF), it was announced in a statement.
“The purpose of this programme is to strengthen the police and community response to this growing crime type” is was announced, and will “involv[e] a dedicated police team” backed by “volunteers”.
The measures will be “delivered in partnership with social media providers” who along with “specialist officers” will be “filtering and identification of online hate crimes” and “identifying the location of the crime and allocating to the appropriate force…”
London’s Metropolitan police force said they welcomed the extra workload and wished to encourage offended people to report perceived hate crimes in ever increasing numbers.
“The Met encourages all victims of hate crime to report any incident to the police and will make every effort to hold offenders to account and bring them to justice.”
Convictions for crimes under Section 127 of the Communications Act of 2003, a law increasingly used to prosecute “internet trolls”, have increased ten-fold in a decade, official figures revealed in May last year. They showed 1,209 people were found guilty of offences under the law, compared with 143 in 2004, according to the Ministry of Justice.
The law criminalises “using [a] public electronic communications network in order to cause annoyance, inconvenience or needless anxiety,” and can result in a six-month prison term or fine of up to £5,000.
“Pure rants, very childish [people online] are increasingly criminalised, and as a result of that the police is becoming more and more involved in controlling our morality”, explained Frank Furedi, emeritus professor of sociology at the University of Kent, on BBC Radio 4 this morning.
Section 127 was the law used to prosecute James McConnell, the Northern Irish Pastor charged with making “grossly offensive” remarks about Islam during a sermon broadcast online in 2014. Read the whole thing

Read more at http://www.patdollard.com/muslim-london-mayor-sets-up-task-force-to-jail-those-who-annoy-muslims-online/#drwsl8tPyFmR3cxp.99

Monday, June 26, 2017

jihad murderer of Lee Rigby is busy “radicalizing” fellow prison inmates

One prison official said: “Adebolajo spends most of his waking hours preaching his distorted form of Islam to anyone who will listen.”
If it’s a “distorted form of Islam” that Adebolajo is preaching, it ought to be simple matter for prison imams to explain to Adebolajo’s potential recruits how he is distorting the Religion of Peace, no?
The source added: “If he is suspected of trying to radicalise other inmates we step in and move him. But even in prison Adebolajo cannot be watched all the time. We don’t have the staff or the resources.”
But shouldn’t this be a priority? Shouldn’t it be recognized that Adebolajo is recruiting people who will commit mass murder of Britons in the future? Or would that be “Islamophobic”?

British Muslim leader says May MUST crack down on prison radicalisation to beat terror

“Lee Rigby’s evil killer ‘radicalising inmates’ at Frankland Prison,” by Ian Robson, Chronicle Live, June 25, 2017
A killer locked up in a North East jail is radicalising inmates from behind bars, a prison officer has said.
Muslim extremist Michael Adebolajo, 31, has been described by an insider as “violent, unpredictable and a major danger to other prisoners.”
He was one of two men who killed trooper Lee Rigby.
He has been preaching his hatred to other prisoners at Frankland Prison, in Durham, since he arrived.
Now there are fears that his followers have vowed to carry his message on after they have been released.
Dozens of prisoners have said to have fallen for Adebolajo’s twisted version of Islam and have vowed to become Jihadis when they are eventually freed.
Even non-Muslim prisoners are said to have converted to Islam and sworn an allegiance to Islamic State after being radicalised by the killer.
One prison official said: “Adebolajo spends most of his waking hours preaching his distorted form of Islam to anyone who will listen. He sees every inmate as a potential Islamic State soldier whether they are Muslims or not.
“He has a big personality and is very charismatic and some of the more vulnerable prisoners will fall under his spell. He is a very dangerous individual.”
The source said that Adebolajo now sees his role in life to recruit as many Jihadis as possible for the remainder of his life.
It is understood that Adebolajo has been given “special category” status because of the danger he represents.
Details of the threat posed by one of the UK’s most notorious killers emerged just weeks after 33 people were killed and more than 100 injured in terrorist attacks in Manchester and London.
Murderer Adebolajo was moved from top security Belmarsh Prison in South London to HMP Frankland, another category A prison, in 2014.
Keeping the terrorist killer confined in Frankland – one of Britain’s most notorious prisons – costs the taxpayer an estimated £1,500 a week or £78,000 a year.
The source added: “If he is suspected of trying to radicalise other inmates we step in and move him.
“But even in prison Adebolajo cannot be watched all the time. We don’t have the staff or the resources.”…

Islamic school merely “slammed,” not closed, for gender segregation, pro-jihad speakers

A Luton Islamic School which segregated staff by gender and hosted radical speakers has been slammed by the Charity Commission and accused of misconduct.
Big deal, now what?  The Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills (Ofsted) also noted in a report last year that “leaders and governors…. undermine the school’s work to promote fundamental British values,” and “school leaders acknowledge that some guest speakers to the school have not been vetted with sufficient rigour.” This news was a lesser repeat of another finding three years ago, when inspectors uncovered six “UK schools pushing radical Islamic agendas,” but nothing significant has been done.
The mere “slamming” of Rabia (with its history of radicalism) by the Charity Commission is little more than optics in the usual hollow gestures in dealing with “radical Islamic agendas.”
In addition to jihadi schools, many mainstream mosques are also well known to be preaching jihad, despite Theresa May’s empty promise two years ago to “shut down extremist mosques supporting terror” and to drive out a “‘significant’ number of fanatics” from Britain.
“Charity Commission Slams Islamic School for Segregation, Radical Speakers”, by Liam Deacon, Breitbart, June 24, 2017:
A Luton Islamic School which segregated staff by gender and hosted radical speakers has been slammed by the Charity Commission and accused of misconduct.
The Rabia Educational Trust caters for 128 pupils, charges up to £2,300 a year, and has the stated ‘charitable aim’ of advancing “the single sex Islamic faith based education of girls and boys.”
It was found to have poor management, mismanaged accounts, and failed to protect pupils from potentially harmful views in the past, the regulator claimed in an inquiry report.
Concerns were first raised in 2012, and Ofsted has inspected Rabia Girl’s and Boy’s School four times since 2014. Although progress has been made there were still failings, the report said, and the institution remains under regulatory action by the school’s inspectorate.
In a report from April 2016, Ofsted noted that “Leaders and governors, through their actions, undermine the school’s work to promote fundamental British values”, and, “school leaders acknowledge that some guest speakers to the school have not been vetted with sufficient rigour”.
In response, the school’s trustees had promised to not allow foreign or religious speakers to address the students, but this did not go far enough, the Charity Commission said.
The school had also “insisted on segregating men and women through the use of a dividing screen across the middle of the room [at a meeting with the inspectors]”.
They later claimed this was a one off as the meeting was held in a prayer room. The Charity Commission accepted the excuse and insisted the meetings were moved.
The Commission has also criticised the trustees for being unable to “demonstrate sufficient accounting record to explain all the charity’s financial transaction” and there were reports of a series of dodgy property-related deals…..
In reference to the charity sector generally, the Commission said, “there have been occasions when terrorists, and those with extremist views… have used charity events to make those views known”, and urged more to done to stop this.

More than 40 foreign terrorists have used human rights laws to remain in the UK, report reveals

  • Home Office report into deportation scheme revealed number of failed attempts
  • Just 12 foreign terrorists sent home as others argued they would be mistreated
  • Among those to have avoided deportation is a convicted al-Qaeda supporter  
Over 40 foreign-born terrorists have avoided deportation from the UK after using human rights law to argue they would be mistreated if returned to their home countries.
A Home Office report into the government's Deportation with Assurances (DWA) scheme - which was agreed in 2005 with Ethiopia, Algeria, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya and Morocco - revealed the figure.
Pictured: Baghdad Meziane, a convicted al-Qaeda backer who avoided being sent to Algeria
Pictured: Baghdad Meziane, a convicted al-Qaeda backer who avoided being sent to Algeria
Just 12 foreign terrorists have been successfully deported through DWA. 
Among those to have made successful appeals are the likes of Siraj Yassin Abdullah Ali, who was released six years ago after serving time for assisting the perpetrators of a failed bomb attack in London on July 21, 2005.
An attempt was made to deport him to his home nation of Eritrea but it failed because he was deemed to be at risk of 'inhumane treatment or punishment', The Telegraph reported. 
Other examples include Baghdad Meziane, a convicted al-Qaeda backer, who avoided being sent to Algeria, and Ismail Abdurahman, who helped one of the would-be July 21 bombers hide for three days but couldn't be returned to Somalia because of fears over how he would be treated.
Another is Fowzi Nejad, 61, a terrorist jailed for his part in the 1980s Iranian Embassy siege. 
He was the only terrorist to survive the siege but cannot be sent back to Iran because of human rights laws - so instead lives in Peckham in London.
But DWA did lead to the deportation of the cleric Abu Qatada to Jordan in 2013.


It is understood that Abu Qatada (pictured in Jordan) was the last person to be sent home under the Deportation with Assurances agreement
It is understood that Abu Qatada (pictured in Jordan) was the last person to be sent home under the Deportation with Assurances agreement
It is thought he was the last foreign terror suspect to be sent home under the agreement. 

The Home Office report that reveals the challenges facing the government as it tries to deport terrorists was originally ordered by Theresa May when she was home secretary. 

It was completed in February. 

A co-writer of the report, international law expert Professor Clive Walker, said the figure of 40 convicted terrorists who have dodged deportation is 'much larger than was previously thought'. 

A co-writer of the report, international law expert Professor Clive Walker, said the figure of 40 convicted terrorists who have dodged deportation is 'much larger than was previously thought'. Pictured: Ismail Abdurahman, who helped one of the would-be July 21 bombers hide for three days but couldn't be returned to Somalia because of fear over his treatment.
Pictured: Siraj Yassin Abdullah Ali, who also assisted the July 21 perpetrators but could not be deported to Eritrea
A co-writer of the report, international law expert Professor Clive Walker, said the figure of 40 convicted terrorists who have dodged deportation is 'much larger than was previously thought'. 

Pictured  Ismail Abdurahman, who helped one of the would-be July 21 bombers hide for three days but couldn't be returned to Somalia because of fear over his treatment. 

Right: Siraj Yassin Abdullah Ali, who also assisted the July 21 perpetrators but could not be deported to Eritrea 

But he added: 'I still think the Home Office wish to pursue DWA.'

The news comes as Britain was devastated by three Islamist terror attacks in as many months - with two of the attackers in the London Bridge and Borough Market outrage born abroad. 

Terrorism legislation reviewer Lord Carlile of Berriew said the time has come for change. 

'The attacks in recent months demonstrates the need to protect the public and that this should outweigh the human rights of terrorists,' he said.


Sunday, June 25, 2017

Pakistani Inbreeding In UK Rampant Child Health Issues Political Correctness



almost 20% of the children Muslim population wow that is a far bit since Muslims are breeding at a faster rate than any other community

DRUG SMUGGLER INJURED IN STRUGGLE AS HE WAS BEING DEPORTED WINS £48K IN HIGH COURT DAMAGES!

Asylum seeker Felix Wamala, 46, sued a company working for the Home Office over the use of force on Christmas Eve in 2011.
Mr Wamala was taken from detention and put on a flight from Heathrow to Qatar to connect with an onward service to Uganda – his home country – but a struggle occurred on board and the captain refused to carry him.
Mr Justice Walker said in a ruling made public yesterday that Mr Wamala was removed by employees of Tascor Services Ltd – formerly Reliance Secure Task Management Ltd – and dragged into a van and taken to an immigration removal centre.
Mr Wamala claimed he suffered injuries to his hands, wrists, neck, back, shoulders and legs and the incident contributed to a major depressive disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder.
The company said it was entitled to use force on Mr Wamala and that he could not complain about injuries – which they said were exaggerated – arising from his own use of unreasonable force.
They argued that mental disorders had arisen from other causes.
The judge concluded that the company had no authority from the UK Border Agency to gain custody of Mr Wamala in the way they did and put him on the flight, adding that the force threatened and used constituted trespass.
He said that the company proceeded with the removal on the flight when it knew or should have known that important legal requirements had not been complied with.
“The CCTV footage of this is shocking,” he added. “Mr Wamala is crying out in pain. He is being shouted at by escorts, but appears plainly incapable of getting up.
“At one stage an escort pulls Mr Wamala into the van by the rear of his trousers … the handcuffs had not been double-locked and thus must have been digging into Mr Wamala’s wrists. The experience was both painful and degrading.”
Mr Wamala came to the UK from Uganda in 1995 and claimed asylum. That was rejected in 1997.
He made a trip to the US under a false name and a false passport and on his return was found to have cocaine in his luggage. He pleaded guilty to smuggling Class A drugs and was sentenced to seven years’ imprisonment.
Mr Wamala was deported in 1999 but returned secretly a few weeks later, saying that he had been tortured in Uganda – which was accepted.
The judge awarded £30,000 damages for his injuries, £8,000 aggravated damages and £10,000 exemplary damages. He remains in the UK while his entitlement to stay is under consideration.
Tory MP Philip Hollobone said last night: “This is yet another crazy judicial ruling in favour of those who commit crime.”
He called on the Government to “take all the steps it could to deport this man”.