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Originally posted by SupersonicSerpent
i thought choudry was extradited to Lisbon and banned from the U.K that's why i never paid any attention to him before but to find out he is still in the country and claiming benefits is outrageous he is just making a mockery of our legal system along with that other Muslim who cried to the European court of human rights and got to stay in the u.k after he tries to blow it up.if you want something doing properly do it yourself dont rely on the government they are too busy draining oil and selling it on.
Britain First launched a complaint campaign directed at London’s Metropolitan Police, demanding the arrest of the anti-British, Muslim extremist Anjem Choudary by Wednesday, 29 May at 6pm. Britain First claim that Choudary is guilty of breaking sections of the Serious Crime Act 2007. They intend to find him and subject him to a citizen’s arrest.
They add “The manifest proof in this is the very fact that one of his followers has indeed carried out the threat that Mr Choudary had written on placards, specifically “BEHEAD THOSE WHO INSULT ISLAM” as seen at numerous demonstrations since 2008 onwards and especially prevalent during his ‘Al Muhajiroun days’”
Britain First are requesting that if anyone knows anything about the whereabouts, habits or movements of Anjem Choudary that they provide information through a form on their website.
Not an idle threat
Britain First is connected to the patriotic street protest movement known as the English National Resistance (ENR). They recently merged with another patriotic street protest movement, the English Volunteer Force (EVF) and have strong links with other like-minded groups. Previous action by the ENR and its allies has included protesting outside the taxpayer-funded house of Osama Bin Laden’s right-hand man in Europe, Abu Qatada, which resulted in Abu Qatada taking legal action to stop the protests. After which they protested as close to his house as they could legally get, receiving huge support from the British public. Read more:
Originally posted by dam00
I was asking out of ignorance and was polite about it as well
your second post was in much more detail thanks, but it seems to me it is only your opinion that they are terrorist not an actual fact
thanks for clearing that up
Last week we were told by David Cameron 'I will gag the hate clerics' and launch a new terror task force to stop the spread of this poison, Im just wondering how this incident fits into his plan
rooted out and straightened
Originally posted by skalla And so Britain (or England rather) begins it's predictable lurch to the right So "Britain First" will take the law into their own hands? What a respectable bunch they are, bully for them Folks really have lost their minds, wtf happened to "Keep calm and carry on"?