Fox Guarding the Chicken-coop Alert
* Crime spiraling out of control, the best and brightest are voting with their feet and leave the kingdom to the tune of 4000 a month, only to be replaced by an aggressive Muslim-migrant-proletariat that votes Labor. PM Gordon Brownnose gives orders to call Muslims ‘Asians’- and you have prisons where the Muslim-friendly toilets point towards Mekkah.
Yes, and a prince Charles who likes to dress in Arab robes and wants to be ‘Defender of the Faiths’- (Churchill must be going into overdrive in his grave)
Remember ‘Undercover Mosques?‘ The report that revealed the hate preachers agenda by the Channel 4 network? Well, the police couldn’t get the cleric’s to admit to committing hate-crimes, so they went back to Channel 4 and accused them of ‘fomenting hatred’ by exposing the Muhammedan ideology in the footage of the reportage.
And who came up with this glorious idea? A certain Anil Patani, an ‘Asian’ police officer. Lets check him out here:
“ANIL PATANI, an Asian police officer in the Nottinghamshire force, was rejected for the post of superintendent after tests told his superiors he was not up to scratch. He complained, and the force, not wanting to be accused of “racism”, upheld his complaint. He was put on the fast track for promotion, being promised “priority” treatment over other applicants. In due course he achieved his ambition and was made superintendent.
But now he is complaining again – and, believe it or not, the complaint is that he has been a victim of – “racism.”
How so? According to Supt Patani, his rapid rise has antagonised his fellow officers, who claimed it was his race that got him the promotion. This, he says, has lost him respect, and he is suing the force as a result!”
The West Midlands Police “investigation” was in the confidence inspiring hands of the fast-tracked Anil Patani, now Assistant Chief Constable:
Under Anil’s Patani West Midland Police investigate the film – then investigate the film-makers and ask the CPS to consider prosecuting them for stirring up racial hatred.
The CPS was also asked by the police to consider whether a prosecution under the Public Order Act 1986 should be brought against Channel 4 for broadcasting a programme including material likely to stir up racial hatred. Miss David advised West Midlands Police that on the evidence available, there was insufficient evidence that racial hatred had been stirred up as a direct consequence of the programme. It would also be necessary to identify a key individual responsible for doing this together with an intent to stir up racial hatred, which was not possible.
West Midlands Police have taken account of this advice and explored options available to them and has now referred the matter to the broadcasting regulators Ofcom as a formal complaint.
The mind boggles. The (Islamic) conquest is almost completed…
When did the police start collaring television?
Channel 4’s controversial documentary Undercover Mosque was great investigative journalism. That the CPS thought it incited racial hatred beggars belief
Quite a story, then. The only problem is that the real story should have been about the alarmingly censorial and quite possibly libellous attack on investigative journalism. No matter, on Radio 4’s PM programme, it was Dispatches’ commissioning editor Kevin Sutcliffe who was subjected to a grilling, while Abu Usamah, one of the subjects of the documentary, was portrayed as a harmless victim. Usamah was ‘totally appalled’, he said, that Channel 4 had misrepresented his efforts to foster multicultural harmony.
* This is a case of intimidation by a Muslim police officer concocted to stop investigative reporting. The whole thing is a huge scandal,