The British prison system has become infested with political correctness and Muslim appeasing. British inmates are seemingly being discriminated against by the prison authority’s pro Muslim bias. British prisoners have had drawings featuring St George and the George Cross flag removed from their cell walls by officers in case they offend the Muslim prison population. Inmates until recently could donate some of their personal money to buy wristbands for Help For Heroes, the British charity that helps former armed forces personnel. A request to be able to purchase and wear poppies as a mark of respect was denied during the recent appeal. The limited chances for inmates to do a little good for a change and help others have now been removed. Prison officers cited that the reason for this was…..you guessed it….not to offend Muslims.
The letters below are from two British prisoners currently serving time in UK jails sent to Inside Times, the prison magazine December edition.
The first letter comes from a prisoner held at HMP/YOI Portland, a young offenders institute in Dorest. In November 2004, a report from the Chief Inspector of Prisons highlighted racial tension, and friction between Muslim inmates and staff at Portland Prison.
No room for patriots in prison
From Dave Hall – HMP/YOI Portland
I write after reading the mailbag ‘Political art’ by Boydie of HMP Dumfries in the November issue. I am also keen on art and have faced the same problems with my artwork being branded ‘political’ and ‘offensive’. I too am very proud of my heritage and culture and fail to understand how art can be branded politically offensive. I drew a medieval shield with the cross of St George on it and put it up on my cell wall. I was then shocked to be told by staff that it was an item of offensive material and had to be taken down. I was quite angry about this. Being English in an English prison in England and being told that the flag of our national saint is counted as offensive is to me beyond belief. If my drawing contained a slogan such as ‘EDL’ or ‘Combat 18’ on it then I could totally understand the offence that might be caused. Or if I was parading it around the wing. But it was on my cell wall! It is the principle of the matter that annoys me. We are a multi-cultural multi-faith society, both in and out of prison. Religions can be freely practised and religious festivals upheld, yet the flag of our patron saint is seen as offensive by prison authorities, which proves the point that prison staff have become ‘politically correct’ and terrified of upsetting anyone except the English.
Another couple of examples of this is that until quite recently we were allowed to donate money to Help for Heroes and were given wrist bands to show our support, but this has now been stopped. Now the poppy appeal has begun and there are plenty of prisoners, including ex-servicemen, who would like to donate and wear a poppy as a sign of respect for those who laid down their lives for our freedoms and country – but staff have told us there is no way that we can do so. I would like to know if there is any rule or law that stops prisoners from being able to donate to charity, or is this just political correctness ?
The 2nd letter is from an inmate at HMP Frankland, a Cat A maximum security prison in Durham. Known high-profile Muslim criminals held at HMP Frankland are Yusuf Jama, serving life for murdering WPC Sharon Beshenivsky in Bradford and his involvement in a gang rape days later. Another lifer locked up there is Muslim terrorist Osman Hussain who took part in the failed 2005 London bombings attempting to kill and maim innocent British people. As HMP Frankland is one of only five Cat A dispersal prisons in the UK and over 100 sentenced Muslim terrorists incarcerated, then it is highly likely several other extremists will also be held here. The Muslim prisoners referred to in this letter who authorities are appeasing will not be your small time criminal, but the worst of society such as terrorists, murderers and rapists.
Prison Service terrified of terrorists
From Gary Nash – HMP Frankland
I used to live on RAF stations, St Athen, Waddington, Honnington, Scampton, Bruggen and Marham. I know loads of people who served in Operations Granby, Telic and Herrick. Some of them died. So when I see the Help For Heroes bands that people can wear, I automatically feel like I need to wear one in memory of late friends. However, I have been told that prisoners are not allowed them because ‘in the high security estate we house terrorists who have battled in Iraq and Afghanistan, and this would cause offence to them’. Well, that offends me. And why then are prison officers allowed to wear them? Besides, the Muslims who fought in these battles were deemed terrorists and not recognised as combatants. The government of the time stressed that they were criminals and not soldiers as they were committing unlawful murder. I would like to make some waves on this matter for all those who have given their lives and for those who, if given the choice, would like to shows support for our fallen heroes.
The number of Muslim prisoners held in British prisons is now in excess of 11,000 and continuously rising on a daily basis. The rate of increase of Muslim inmates in British prisons is eight times faster than that of the overall prison population and the numbers show a clear above average amount of Muslim prisoners. Muslims make up roughly 5% of the British population as a whole. By comparison, Muslims now comprise 13% of the British prison population (compared to just 6% in 1997).
Muslims should not be given special treatment in our infidel lands in general life especially at the expense of our own traditions and people. Never mind the appeasement in prisons which is the last place it should happen. The Muslims are in prison for a very good reason. They are criminals locked up for some horrific offences and meant to be there for punishment. Prison is meant to be loss of freedoms which religion is one of. Muslim prisoners lost any rights or special privileges the moment they committed crime and was jailed. Them being offended should the last thing for prisons to worry.
Often those same Muslims who the prison authorities are doing their utmost to make sure don’t get offended by English prisoners wishes to draw their patron saint and national flag or choice of which charity they donate to, are the very same Muslims who despise the UK and its nationals. The same Muslims who want to destroy this country from within. Such as Muslims who plotted the murder of as many innocent British people possible in terrorist attacks, Islamic hate preachers like Abu Qatada and Abu Hamza who until recently were both held in prison, The constant stream of Muslim grooming gang members being jailed for raping British children. The large amount of Muslims committing rape jihad in random sex attacks on women up and down the country. Extremists like the Muslim patrol who attacked non-Muslims trying to enforce Sharia Law on Londons streets. Pakistani and Turkish heroin gangs.The absolute filth of Islam.
The ever-increasing and well above average amount of Muslim prisoners held in UK jails is not down to Islamophobic police, CPS and judges as I’m sure many a Muslim apologist would probably use as an excuse. In fact according to the governments own statistics Muslim prisoners actually receive lesser prison sentences compared to any other group. It’s more down to Muslims being intent on behaving how they would in Somalia or Pakistan. The police and CPS being more inclined now to investigate and bring charges to Muslims instead of letting them get away with it like they have in the past, due to fear of being branded racist. This is especially relevant in the large amount of grooming gang cases of late.
Around a third of the 13% are prison converts as Muslim gangs start to form in UK prisons. Like on the streets Muslim inmates have a strength in numbers philosophy. It doesn’t matter if they are physically weaker as individuals when there is three times as many working together to pack attack. Many of the willing converts are those unable to look after themselves. Or sex offenders who would normally need to be segregated for their own protection. They are offered protection by the Muslim prison gangs in return for converting.
Muslim gangs are now gaining a lot of power within the prison system due to the sheer numbers. At the top of the chain will be the most extremist Muslim nutcase, a terrorist or hate preacher maybe. With their influence growing inside British jails and there are fears some of the most vulnerable victims could be radicalized by extremists, according to the Prisoner Officers Association.
There has also been reports of Muslims attempting to bully other inmates in some jails into converting into Islam. Something that has been happening for a while now and seems no nearer being stopped. Former prison officer Joe Chapman said he visits up to 50 prisons a year and thinks the problem could be ‘huge’.He also said Muslims were sometimes pressured to embrace more radical ideas once targeted by gangs. Former home secretary Lord Reid told Sky News prisons were ‘fertile ground for radicalisation’ as inmates often felt isolated and in need of the protection of a gang.
A survey by the national newspaper for prisoners Converse shows this bullying to be on a large-scale, 36% of those responding to the newspaper’s survey said they had been threatened during their sentence if they did not convert to Islam – and 18% said they had actually been physically attacked for not doing do.Mark Leech, editor of Converse, said forced conversions were on the increase.
“The vast majority of these Islamic intimidations take place in our High Security prisons, they are on the increase and because many of those subject to threats don’t speak out for fear of attack, prison staff are alert to the issue but are often powerless to do anything other than file security intelligence reports.Our survey also shows many conversions are done for convenience, often around the time of Ramadan, because the food issued to Muslim prisoners after sundown during this religious festival is often perceived to be much better than normal prison fare.”
The Muslim gangs are already causing havoc in one jail. Home-made knives were found hidden under prison prayer mats after an inmate was stabbed in a jail war.A man was knifed in the back in what is believed to have been revenge for another stabbing at Swaleside Prison in Kent.The category B jail on the Isle of Sheppe holds 1,112 inmates, including a large population of Muslim prisoners.Officers discovered 13 razor-sharp home-made weapons following a brawl hidden under the Muslims payer mats in the facility’s Mosque
Full Sutton, Cat A High Security prison in York is another with serious Muslim gang problems. In the aftermath of Lee Rigbys murder by Muslims in Woolwich. Three Muslim prisoners subjected a prison officer to a beating after taking him hostage. One of the prisoners was murderer Fuad Awale was told he must serve a minimum of 38 years in January 2013. The same prison has had several allegations that an inmate gang known as the Muslim Brotherhood have been bullying prisoners to join up with them
Allowing Muslim prison gangs to form and then appeasing them is a recipe for disaster. The prison service is digging its own grave allowing them to rise in power and influence amongst the prison population. As is so often the case with Muslims on the outside this will be no different, give them an inch and they take a mile. Before long it will be too late and prison officers wont be able to stop them. You only need to look at the American system and its prison gang related problems. It’s at the point where putting the gang leaders on 24 hour lockdown in solitary for sometimes years on end cannot even stop them.
How long before other prison gangs begin to form to protect themselves as the Muslim gangs rise in power ? Does our prison system really want daily gang related violence and murders like in the USA ? Bearing in mind unlike the guards in America who are armed with guns, those in the UK have no protection. How long before the Muslim prison gangs realise power in the prison can also mean power on the streets, similar to how the Mexican Mafia did in America where they now control 100′s of Latino street gangs. Muslim terrorists in jail controlling extremist footsoldiers on the street would be fatal for our society.