Clowns & Jokers

Stuck in the middle.... Left, right, centre. It's a mess out there.

Sunday, August 13, 2006

"As moderates we will do all we can to fight extremism. We hope the government will join us in this, not just by changing the rules on hand luggage, but by showing itself as an advocate for justice in the world."


So says
MP Sadiq Khan, who was among those who signed an open letter to the British government designed to deflect attention away from their own failures to address the problem of Islam .....and back onto British foreign policy. The BBC prefering to focus on the 'lighter' elements of their argument noting their (utterly insincere) 'we will do all we can' disclaimer - whilst essentially legitimizing terror as an 'understandable' reaction to government actions you don't like.

It is time to kick these leaders, who have been cossetted and pandered to, back into the reality of how democratic processes actually work. As an MP, Sadiq Khan made a gross error of judgement on this. Todays leader comment in the
Sunday Times:

"We already have a generation of disaffected Muslims who see any excuse, whether it is war in Iraq, Afghanistan or Lebanon, as a reason for killing their fellow citizens. The government has commissioned studies on combatting the problem, so far with little tangible impact. Tony Blair has been wooing Muslim leaders, too often the radicals rather than the moderates, although this policy seems to lie in shreds as they moan about wars in the Middle East inflaming Islamic youth. They are perfectly entitled to be angry about these conflicts, but that anger should be expressed through the democratic processes of demonstrations and elections"

Or frankly
kick these groups out altogether. They've achieved nothing. I for one have had enough. How do I, incidentally, address this grievance I have with them? Would they care to suggest any recourse to action?

Sadiq Khan, for example, utterly belittles the terror threat when he speaks of 'changing the rules on hand luggage'. Had any of that hand luggage been responsible for the grotesque mass murder of men women and children he could not have been so flippant. He assumes no responsibility for atrocities committed in the name of Islam by members of his community, whilst condemning the West for what he views as our failures in the name of western values: 'no you started it!'. He is ignoring the fact that muslims live in denial with many believing 9/11 was a set up and only adds to this ridiculous smokescreen when his fellow muslim leaders insist the perceived failure of this country to back a call for ceasefire in Lebanon was seen to have gone hand in glove with the latest terror threats. How can that be? This operation has been planned for months - well before the current conflict even showed signs of breaking out. These disingenuous muslim leaders are allowed to deflect what is a clear issue with Islam by insisting the police produce real facts and make the case stick - the burden of responsibility placed firmly on anyone else. Forest Gate, I want to shout at them, was a real time reaction to a piece of horrifying intelligence from a member of the muslim community who alleged an attack was imminent. It was not the result of months and months of intelligence gathering that spanned the globe. I cant believe people are deliberately this thick so draw my own conclusions. Not just limited to muslims:

From dear sweet 'Jenny' at the New York Times website: "Yet another summertime plot by the right wing to boost their poll numbers. Bush has no credibility and neither does Blair. Theyve pulled this stunt before".

Many other similar points of view expressed at the same website. Perhaps she would care to explain this 'stunt' to the relatives of those killed on July 7.

And so Jenny and her ilk align themselves with the fascists.

"So they pretend that Islamism doesn't exist or rationalise it as an understandable, if regrettably bloody, critique of Anglo-American foreign policy, as if what we are up against is the armed wing of the Liberal Democrats. I wonder how many explosions it will take to blow their comfort blanket away" Nick Cohen (hat tip DfH)

The letter was universally condemned. Thankfully. But we still have to endure the incessant whining that the real terror threat is from our security services and the police. Sandmonkey puts this into some perspective.

Muslim communities are adept at highlighting the strain they feel they are under and issuing veiled threats. So here's one in return. The tolerant British public might not continue to be quite so tolerant.... if the comments section at the BBCs Have Your Say is anything to go by. Click on 'most recommended' at "Is British Foreign Policy fuelling extremism?"

"Dr Mohammed Abdul Bari said the community supported curbs on terrorism, but warned of "a distance" growing between them and the police" in response to aggressive signs of growing anger. (A 'but' again). But hey, thats ok because apparently violence and aggression is a legitimate form of protest when you are really, REALLY hacked off. Though this attack isnt a patch on liquid bombs aboard transatlantic planes the muslim community will permit us to excuse such aggression, correct? This equally well illustrates the growing distance between the muslim 'community' and the rest of the UK. A direct result of the muslim 'community's' propensity to wallow in self pity and fuel hatred ALL ROUND.

In another Times piece Portillo underlines the devisiveness of Lefty inspired collective guilt syndrome:

"So those who argue that Britain has brought terror to its shores by supporting George W Bush should admit that we have imported it unwittingly by recognising our obligations to Commonwealth countries such as Pakistan, by pursuing liberal policies on immigration, by extending asylum to those who faced “persecution” without much reflection on why they found themselves in that position, and by ignoring the activities of “dissidents” based here, despite warnings about them from allies such as France and Saudi Arabia.

More uncomfortably still for those who argue the simplistic anti-Bush line, Britain could be an Al-Qaeda target precisely because it is a nation divided and given to self-flagellation. After the Lockerbie bombing it fell to me as a transport minister to meet some of the grieving relatives. One man who had lost his daughter told me that he blamed airport security, not the terrorist. Even allowing for his suffering I can make no sense of the remark, but it seems to typify a misplaced magnanimity that springs from unwarranted collective guilt"

The Times concludes in the leader piece (finally sounding like a paper talking to the masses at war incidentally):

This low-level war is going to take a huge effort of will and courage. It is going to mean applying what may seem illiberal measures in order to save lives. In return, the state must exercise massive restraint and not abuse that responsibility. But the real key is for Muslims to realise that their future lies here and to embrace British values and reject violent Islamist theology. The country may indeed be in its greatest danger since the second world war, as John Reid, the home secretary, said last week. But as Britain prevailed then, so it will again.

The link was added by me obviously...I FULLY support the 90 day detention proposal and hope that the police investigations into the current terror plot were sufficient to glean enough evidence to put before the CPS to gain convictions ~ in addition to averting the threat. Especially since the arrests included the British operative Al Qaeda leader. Besides - maybe if 'we' start to lose some freedoms 'we' will actually appreciate them.

*****Thanks to Maggie in the comments I should indeed draw attention to Sir John Stevens comments today and to the home secretary who per the same BBC link above stated:

"he would not question the motives of those who signed the letter, but said it was a "dreadful misjudgement if they believe that the foreign policy of this country should be shaped in part or in whole under the threat of terrorist activity".

Mr Reid told the BBC: "No government worth its salt would stay in power in my view, and no government worth its salt, would be supported by the British people if our foreign policy or any other aspect of policy was being dictated by terrorists.

"That is not the British way, it is antithetical to our very central values. We decide things in this country by democracy, not under the threat of terrorism."

Sir John Stevens - former Metropolitan Police Commissioner on Sky:

"When will the muslim community in this country accept an absolute, undeniable and total truth to a real and obvious threat ...that islamic terrorism is their problem - they own it- and its their duty to eradicate it"

Quite! All round. Stop apologising - and stop cossetting and accommodating 'moderate' muslim views where they are far from moderate and clearly anti democratic.

*****Update. The Washington Post KIDS itself and its readers, getting it totally and unhelpfully wrong:

"In one of Europe's largest Muslim communities, young men face a lack of jobs, poor educational achievement and discrimination in a highly class-oriented culture".

Absolute rubbish! The latest crop were university educated, one of the July 7 bombers worked in a school...all are afforded the same opportunities as everyone else in a country with low unemployment, steeped in multiculturalism and political correctness.. one of the most tolerant societies in Europe:

"63% of all Britons had a favourable opinion of Muslims, down slightly from 67% in 2004, suggesting last year's London bombings did not trigger a significant rise in prejudice. Attitudes in Britain were more positive than in the US, Germany and Spain (where the popularity of Muslims has plummeted to 29%), and about the same as in France" according to the Pew poll.

Wakey wakey Washington Times. Or is that you (much like the NYT) conveniently prefer to believe otherwise of the UK??

and finally....(Hat tip JOnz in comments)...Rod Liddle on the BBC getting it wrong amongst other things


"You never usually hear the term “British-born” in domestic news reports, as in, for example: “The prime minister, the British-born Tony Blair, today resigned.”......

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Later various British-born community leaders appeared on the news to simultaneously condemn the alleged terrorists, sympathise with their real anger and hint darkly that maybe the fuzz had got it wrong again.

A chap from the increasingly gobby Muslim Public Affairs Committee insisted that while murdering thousands of innocent people was unquestionably wicked, if the rest of us didn’t begin to appreciate just how very angry — justifiably angry — were many young British-borns, more terrorism was likely to occur.

This strikes me as being a few yards short of a full, unequivocal, condemnation. If we reassure them that we do indeed understand their anger but nonetheless do not agree with their views, will they cease attempting to board aeroplanes with soft drink bottles full of nitro?"












25 Comments:

At Sunday, 13 August, 2006, Blogger Mike's America said...

I realize the endorsement of a Reagan conservative may not help persuade some of your fellow Brits, but:

RIGHT ON ALISON!

It is beyond offensive to see those who suggest that these terrorism arrests are just part of a Karl Rove plot to scare people in advance of the US 2006 Congressional elections.

And those who continue to insist that if it is our foreign policy that is the cause of terrorism completely ignore the multiple examples of terrorism directed at citizens where no connection to Western foreign policy exists at all.

The example of Thailand and the murder of Buddhist monks refutes that false assertion most strongly. No connection to supporting Israel or George Bush here!

The Muslim public relations campaign in Britain has been as effective as that of the similar operation here where the Council on American Islamic Relations (which I rename the Council of American Islamic Radicals) jumps up and down every time a story like this bomb plot surfaces insisting that Muslims aren't to blame.

Meanwhile, this same organization takes absolutely no steps to remove the Saudi government "textbooks" filled with hate for Jews and Christians from US Muslim schools.

For me, this indoctrination into a culture of hate and death is the heart of the matter.

We could pull out of the Middle East altogether, end support for Israel and stop stealing Arab oil at $75 a barrel and it would not change anything.

As long as radicals continue to preach that salvation only comes from violent jihad requiring that faithful Muslims kill all infidels we will be attacked no matter what else we do.

 
At Sunday, 13 August, 2006, Blogger jonz said...

I did read the Sunday Times today from cover to cover, and there's a little piece by Rod Liddle right at the back.

Unfortunately it's not been made available online, but it's a great little piece that gets angry for the BBC avoiding using the word M****m when describing the arrests. "British-born" he says tells us nothing, they don't normally refer to the British born Tony Blair... etc. Even British born Asian tell us very little. What ideology or values could possibly link all these people?

 
At Sunday, 13 August, 2006, Anonymous Maggie said...

Re letter from Moderate Muslims condemning British Government's foreign policy.


Glimmers of hope everyone. Re-action to the Moderate Muslim letter in Sunday paper has brought strong reaction from present Home Secretary, shadow home secretary and past home secretary. (Nothing from Lib-dems). The gist of their re-action amounted to f.o. but
put in more polite terms. In other words no pussy footing around. I saw briefly reported a letter from past Met Chief of Police...saying to the Muslim Community when were they going to face up to the fact that it is their problem. Great piece Alison. Maybe just maybe it is being realised we are at war.

 
At Sunday, 13 August, 2006, Blogger ed thomas said...

Great stuff Alison. Couldn't agree more. I still have many fears for Britain at the moment but it's good to hear some signs of seriousness from those figures.

 
At Sunday, 13 August, 2006, Blogger Mike's America said...

Alison: I got inspired and just finished the following post linking to yours:

http://mikesamerica.blogspot.com/2006/08/making-excuses-muslim-style.html

If you haven't seen the You Tube video of the Islamic Thinkers Society, it's an eye opener.

Also, if you folks haven't seen the movie "Obsession" a link is online.

 
At Sunday, 13 August, 2006, Anonymous alison said...

Thanks Mike - and will check out the You Tube video

J0nz -
I found it

Now i feel very internet savvy lol :)

Thanks Ed - It is also good to see more balance creeping in to editorials in the MSM.

Thanks Maggie have updated the post

 
At Sunday, 13 August, 2006, Blogger Chas said...

Excellent post Alison. The Times is spot on. Many forget that when 9/11 was being planned, America was protecting Muslims in Bosnia, putting forth Oslo, and giving Arafat his own bedroom in the White House.

 
At Sunday, 13 August, 2006, Blogger Ahmedinajad said...

PLEASE DISBAND THE UNITED NATIONS OR RELOCATE IT TO BEIJING AND REMOVE THE VETO POWERS SO A DEMOCRATIC UN EMERGES.
THE PASSING OF THE LEBANON RESOLUTION ABSOLVING ISRAEL OF OVEREACTING IS SICKENING.

DEAR SAUDI ARABIA, JORDAN, AND EGYPT I HOPE ALL YOUR KINGS QUEENS AND DESPOTIC RULERS ROT IN HELL.

ISLAM IS THE RELIGION OF ABRAHAM, MOSES, JESUS AND MUHAMMAD (PEACE BE UPON THEM ALL). WAKE UP FEAR THE GOD OF ISRAEL AND THE UNIVERSE. AS A WESTENER THE RATE OF ISLAMS INFLUENCE IS SKY ROCKETING ESPECIALLY IN EUROPE. SO STOP BURYING YOUR HEADS IN THE SAND (no pun intended) LIKE OSTRICHES.

Visit the following websites for further information on ISLAM.

http://www.islamicity.com/Mosque/Muhammad_Bible.HTM
(MUHAMMAD IN THE BIBLE)
http://bible.islamicweb.com/
http://news.sky.com/skynews/video/videoplayer/0,,31200-galloway_060806,00.html
http://ifamericansknew.com/
http://www.witness-pioneer.org/vil/Books/MB_BQS/default.htm (Quran and Science)
http://www.harunyahya.com/
http://www.barnabas.net/
http://www.answering-christianity.com/ac.htm
http://www.islamicity.com/
http://www.islamonline.net/english/index.shtml
http://www.islamalways.com/

 
At Sunday, 13 August, 2006, Blogger Katalan Saar said...

Ahmedinajad, your name says it all.
I definitely agree with Alison, this is sound like unknown influence on our life.
Israel reacted not just because of the 2 kidnapped soldiers, 6 YEARS U.N AND LEBANON HAD CHANCE TO DISARM HIZBOLLAH AND MAKE A PEACE WITH US. Israel has done just a little of its true power to react about terror that lives inside of Lebanon. Israel could have destroyed Lebanon TO PIECES but Israel didn't do so!
You let to terror to grow and you'll pay for it. Don't expect Israel to come with peaceful face while your government didn't do anything about Hizbollah for 6 years since Israel left South Lebanon. Israel withdrawal from Gaza Strip and we've shown the whole world how much it hurts to lose Israeli's territory for peace that we want. The Palestinians people haven't shown their willing to peace except of suicide bombing and the overcome of Islamic Jihad in their own territory.
I DO NOT remember anything that the Palestinians people have done for peace except of regenerating more hate and terror.
I've suffered enough alarms to die that the only way to survive is to fight back. It's so easy to say and view the things from where you at instead of being in Bomb Shelters and being known that someone hates you just because of your religion or faith!
You guys should look well at yourselves before pointing the blame on my country. I saw that till the terror doesn't strike you - you don't understand how we suffered all those suicide bombings. To think that small children (Palestinians) that bombed themselves up just because someone promised them promises that they'll never find out!
That's so frustrating to see that people can't think beyond their own bubble. Israel will react as long we're threat by terror and by support of Syria and Iran that can't complain because they don't know a thing about this situation.
To think that some mad Iranian president will have nuclear bomb in 1-2 years that's MADNESS.
I hope France will stop kissing to those who support terror and become a bit more honest and be wise about this situation TO REALLY SOLVE IT OUT. Hizbollah MUST TO BE DISARMED RIGHT NOW!

 
At Sunday, 13 August, 2006, Anonymous alison said...

Im with Katalan Saar - Hizbollah must be disarmed and Israel should continue to react as it continues to be threatened. As you say 'let terror grow and you will pay for it'

Thanks for the great comment - I hope you stay ok Katalan S.

 
At Monday, 14 August, 2006, Blogger Katalan Saar said...

You're welcome. I just woke up from the alarm that appeared in 7:25 AM :(
Cease-fire should get into effect in 8:00 AM.
That's so sad that Hizbollah won (For now). It seems that all of the soldiers that fought - died for nothing.
I don't think the Cease-fire will hang for long - no way!

 
At Monday, 14 August, 2006, Anonymous Maggie said...

No they didn't die for nothing Katalan they fought their way right into Lebanon and created a buffer zone, which they say they will leave when the UN/Lebanese soldiers replace them.Should Hezbollah start again they are in a position to shell the shIt out of them. No-body thinks the cease-fire will last for long especially the media out there...hoping against hope that it starts again, especially if broken by Israel!!!

 
At Monday, 14 August, 2006, Blogger jonz said...

Good post Alison. Thanks for finding the Rod Liddle piece, how did you find that?!

 
At Monday, 14 August, 2006, Blogger Katalan Saar said...

Israel is showing once again how much we want peace and how much the other side is coming a blockhead!
The Islam is getting more radical because they do feel (Most of the Muslims) more powerful and more people with influence on the world. They go in the way of Jihad that its main target is to make everyone Muslim. Since 8:00 AM( I wrote my 1st comment in 7:40 AM) and now it's 4:00 PM still quiet. But, it sounds like the silence before the storm. Olmert disapointed me for his last decision to agree.

 
At Monday, 14 August, 2006, Anonymous Steve said...

The idea that Islamic extremism is a reaction to British foreign policy is blown out of the water by John Reid's announcement today.

He says he first Muslim terrorist plot goes back to 2000 - before 9/11, Iraq and Afghanistan.

Sooner or later, there would have been a terrorist attack in the UK, whatever our government's foreign policy.

 
At Monday, 14 August, 2006, Blogger Katalan Saar said...

Steve it reminds me the terror organization PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) that used to kidnap hostages for good money. Guess who was helping them? MUSLIMS COUNTRIES in Africa or Asia! John Reid is an idiot like it seems to be. I remember the 70's as the most terror plots ever!
U.K just suffered so little from Israel has been through all these years! Too bad it's too little too late...

 
At Tuesday, 15 August, 2006, Anonymous alison said...

Well its important we have Reid say this because many people still believe the terror threat is mainly due to Iraq. I dont think he was an idiot to point this out but yes there are idiots who still dont 'get it'.

However you need to remember that the UK was fighting Irish terrorists for a long time and that was our security services priortity. Sadly part of the USA tacitly supported the IRA for a number of years and only after 9/11 did the money they provided dry up. At this point the IRA lost their foothold and generally terrorism became a dirty word and a 'world' issue. So whilst we were not suffering islamic terrorism in the same way as Israel we did have problems of our own from another bunch of idiots.

I think the focus should have been long before now. The French spent a long time worrying about this and highlighting the cases to the US and UK security servicesin the 90s but we had still to wrap up the IRA. (And im not at all convinced that this was handled very well - they should not have been appeased.)

 
At Wednesday, 16 August, 2006, Blogger Mike's America said...

Alison: You may have seen this already.

Finding Moderate Muslims by Tashbih Sayyed:

http://www.familysecuritymatters.org/challenges.php?id=160219

He poses a series of questions to define a moderate Muslim:

Muslims who oppose theocracy, who seek democracy, who want equal rights for women and an end to child labor, honor killings, and child marriages are moderates. But there is much more to the concept than just these basics. Before enlisting an apparently moderate Muslim group in the war on Islamist terror, we must know a bit more. Do they believe that non-Muslims are inherently inferior? Do they consider religious or national identity pre-eminent? What do they believe about Jews and Israel? How do they characterize Arab terrorism in Israel? What is their opinion about Osama bin Laden’s long list of grievances? Do they consider the war on terror a war on Islam?

Today in the United States, almost all of the Islamic organizations, groups, and parties that claim to be moderate have also been known to encourage anti-Americanism. A majority of the moderate Muslims find it very difficult to disagree with the Al-Qaeda manifesto. Even secular Muslims have been found to be sympathetic to many of the causes advanced by political Islam.


I'd like to see the Mooslim pressure groups be asked these questions when they are busy taking up TV time to wail about how unfair the war on terror is.

 
At Thursday, 17 August, 2006, Blogger associatecontributor1 said...

Nice post alison, it was a bit long though. Honestly that's the longest time I spent looking at a web page that wasn't porno.

 
At Thursday, 17 August, 2006, Blogger DV said...

Good post Alison - I enjoyed it.

 
At Friday, 18 August, 2006, Anonymous alison said...

Cheers - and yeah it was a bit long (next time ill include pics ;) - in fact im so knackered now i need a small break to somewhere in Europe for the weekend...back Tuesday.

Thanks for that link Mike..

 
At Sunday, 20 August, 2006, Blogger Poseidon said...

Zionist Mafia lackeys Bush, Blair and Musharraf have concocted a hoax bomb threat, peddling the notion that there was a bizarre plot to blow airliners out of the sky with "liquid explosives". One of the Mafia's motives was to distract attention from Israel's July 2006 invasion of Lebanon on a false prospectus, which led to the killing of over a thousand people, creation of more than a million refugees who were forced to flee their homes, and wanton destruction of infrastructure and pollution of the Mediterranean. Another was to reinforce the concept of a "war on terror", where Muslims are the "terrorists" and Israel, the US and UK are innocent victims in the forefront of this war - i.e., turning the truth on its head. In the UK, the Blair regime hoped to shape public opinion in favor of increasingly authoritarian measures such as raising the time limit for detention without charge from 28 to 90 days, and the introduction of compulsory ID cards.

Muslims were arrested around the globe. Many of the suspects' bank accounts were frozen by the Bank of England. Those detained included a soccer fan, cricket players, a taxi driver, an accountant and his nursery teacher wife who is expecting a baby within a few weeks, a security guard with a three-week old baby, a pizza worker, a tyre businessman and a science student. British police found tins of baked beans, peanut butter, low concentration hydrogen peroxide and a sugar solution (i.e., the latter two were probably bleach or disinfectant and a cup of tea) at the suspects' homes. None of the suspects had bought a plane ticket and many did not even have a passport.

Only the gullible, diehard conspiracy theorist would believe that these apparently normal, peaceable, well-adjusted people had all been consumed with an irresistible urge to kill themselves and destroy everything they had, and with such intense hatred that they were prepared to kill hundreds of others - and at the same time achieve nothing other than handing Zionists carte blanche to continue their invading, looting, and ethnic cleansing of Islamic nations and programme to turn Western 'democracies' into police states.

The alert level was raised to critical in the UK, and red or severe in the US for incoming flights from Britain. Hand baggage was banned on flights, apart from a few essentials such as wallets and passports - which had to be displayed in plastic bags. Mothers were forced to drink baby milk before being allowed to fly, in order to prove that the liquid was not a dangerous explosive or deadly toxin. There was some relaxation of the rules after the airlines' losses from the hoax had extended to hundreds of millions of pounds, but the despots had achieved their goal of ratcheting restrictions up a notch or two. Tough security measures such as banning most hand luggage serves the Mafia oligarchs' agenda, by focusing people's minds on the "war on terror" and conditioning them into believing that freedoms must be given up in return for "security".

It was later reported that police had found a "bomb kit" in a suitcase. Planting a suitcase in a wood is a damned sight easier than planting WMDs in Iraq, or even suiciding a WMD expert in a wood.

Some media reports suggested that TATP could have been produced in an aircraft toilet by mixing liquids, studiously avoiding the fact that it requires a refrigerator and takes hours to synthesize in sufficient quantity to bring down an airliner. In the extremely unlikely event of a terrorist managing to use ice packs and hogging one of the plane's toilets for hours on end - without anyone noticing or being alerted by the fumes - too little of the product would have been formed before the reaction became violent. Hence, this "violent reaction" would be well short of a detonation, proceeding with insufficient force to present a threat to the integrity of the aircraft.

The Zionists liked to point to the possibility of a terrorist taking innocent, everyday substances aboard a plane, to be mixed in order to produce a deadly explosive. Unfortunately for the Zionists and their puppets, such manufacture would be impractical, and in any case could easily be circumvented by employing a few marshals on planes to prevent people taking substances into the toilets without providing good reason.

Alternatively, it is rather amusing to imagine the plotters driving a truck to the outskirts of a wood, a couple of the gang unloading and lifting a refrigerator over a stile and lugging it across the countryside, another carrying a four-stroke mains inverter to provide power - and all so that they can spend a day or two synthesizing an explosive compound without becoming too conspicuous!

Pre-assembled bombs based on nitroglycerin, for example, are a more credible threat, but these are relatively easy for airport security to detect. And there is nothing new about using liquid explosives to bring down up to a dozen planes - authorities were well aware of this in the mid-1990s. Nitroglycerin is older than airplanes; it was invented about twenty years before the Wright Brothers were even born.

The Blair government had already cried wolf so many times that few would ever believe it even if there were a genuine threat. The Forest Gate raid, for example, involving 250 police who smashed their way into a house in the middle of the night and arrested two brothers after shooting one of them in the shoulder, was based on intelligence from a "reliable", single source. Allegedly, there was a conspiracy involving a "cyanide bomb". Several days later, the brothers were released without charge. It was subsequently revealed that the source was a man with an IQ of 69 who was already in jail on a terror conviction. The Brazilian electrician Jean Charles de Menezes was killed with seven shots (dumdum-style bullets) to the head, one to the shoulder, and three that missed altogether and lodged in the train carriage after he was followed by police and soldiers on to the London Underground. The police made up a pack of lies to support their claim that they thought he was a "suicide bomber" with a suicide vest or belt; this claim was belied by the inaccuracy of the shooting. The Wood Green "ricin plot" was another Government hoax; there never was any ricin and the plotters were found not guilty of conspiracy to poison London with ricin. Naturally, the Zionist press were noticeably silent on the acquittals. Another psy-op hoax was about a supposed plot to shoot down an aircraft. In February 2003, just as the UK was about to go to war with Iraq, more than 400 soldiers and armoured vehicles joined police at Heathrow Airport, to serve as a stark reminder of the wickedness of those cunning Islamic militants. Nothing ever came of this, and, after the war in Iraq began, the incident was quickly forgotten by the mainstream media.

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At Sunday, 20 August, 2006, Blogger jonz said...

Personally Poseidon I blame a reluctance to to study Islam critically and within it's historical context thus causing jihadists seeking to impose 7th century arabian values on the rest of us... But I guess that's just a little too easy for your fertile mind.

 
At Monday, 21 August, 2006, Blogger Tom Tyler said...

Yeah, right, Poseidon, it's all a Zionist conspiracy!! Ooooh, those Zionist sons of pigs and monkeys!
F*** off.
(PS, Your real name wouldn't be Inayat Bunglawala, by any chance, would it?)

 
At Tuesday, 22 August, 2006, Blogger Dangerouslysubversivedad said...

Nah, Poseidon's a proper Nazi who boasts how he's proud to be compared to Adolf Hitler, he'd be outraged to be compared to one of those untermenschen Muslims. He also doesnt have much of a brain of his own because all he seems to be able to do is publish the same passage of endless Nazi wanking again and again and again.

 

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