UK: Muslim Labour MP Who Campaigns against BNP Nailed for Swindling Taxpayers

H/T Davey/Centurean2

Muslim Labour MP Shahid Malik, who spends most of his time campaigning against the British National Party or predicting a totally Islamified Britain, has been revealed as the biggest swindler of them all, ripping off taxpayers more than any other single member of parliament.

The announcement was made this morning after Mr Malik had refused to apologise, saying he had worked “by the book” and insisted he would not return any of the money to the taxpayer. 

Sharia advocate Malik, expert on graft, corruption & ripping off the  taxpaying kuffars…

Mr Malik, who incredibly is also “Justice Minister” (we wonder what type of “justice”-  hint: sharia of course), has been exposed as claiming thousands of pounds in taxpayer allowances on his second home while renting his main home at a heavily discounted rate.

Mr Malik claimed £66,827 over three years on his house in London (£18,173 less than its original purchase price) while renting his main home in Dewsbury at a discounted rent of less than £100 a week. 

Last year, he claimed £23,083 from the taxpayer for his London town house, equivalent to £443 per week. Mr Malik’s arrangement means he pays below market rent for his main home while billing taxpayers thousands for his second home in London.

The MP for Dewsbury also claimed for thousands of pounds’ worth of furniture and electrical equipment including £2,600 for a home cinema system – which was cut in half by the Commons Fees Office – and £730 for a massage chair.

Other items Mr Malik has claimed for include a £671 fireplace, a leather daybed sofa and a £510 fitted wardrobe. He attempted to make claims for an iPod and portable DVD player but these were rejected by the fees office as outrageous even by their already twisted standards.

Laughably, Mr Malik, who just last week took part in a coordinated media smear campaign against the BNP, defended himself by blaming the Fees Office rules.

“The expenses system is flawed,” Mr Malik said in his defence. “I have not broken any rules.”

Mr Malik confirmed that he had put a claim in for a home cinema system costing £2,600.

“I rang the Fees Office and asked if there was a limit to what I could spend before I bought a TV and they said ‘No’. I did think at the time that was madness,” he said, ignoring the fact that he still willingly participated in this “madness.”

Mr Malik also faces allegations over the fact that his landlord in Dewsbury, millionaire Tahir Zaman, was fined in 2005 for letting a house to a family of five despite a council enforcement order classing the building as “uninhabitable.”

Mr Zaman also received more than £4,000 a year from Mr Malik for renting out his constituency office to him. The money is funded from a separate system of parliamentary expenses.

In what is possibly one of the most incredible revelations to date, Mr Malik also claimed £65 for a court summons for council tax non-payment, making the taxpayer pick up the tab for the fines incurred by his personal unpaid debts.

Mr Malik is possibly most famous for predicting a totally Islamified Britain. At least he has given us the ability to see what type of standards we can expect once this happens.

Yet another former Labour cabinet minister, Clare Short, has admitted claiming thousands of pounds to which she was not entitled.

Miss Short claimed the full cost of her mortgage for two and half years despite being only entitled to charge for the interest.

When the mistake was spotted in 2006 by the Commons Fees Office, Miss Short wrote to officials saying they should “accept some responsibility for the situation” for not spotting her error earlier. In total the ex-Labour MP claimed £8,436 more than she was entitled to.

Miss Short submitted regular claims towards decorating at her second home, including hundreds of pounds’ worth of work on a summer house and conservatory, as well as her porch, patio and kitchen. She also charged more than £1,500 for repainting costs.

Miss Short expressed regret to the media, telling them that the revelations “may increase the vote for the BNP.”


The Gallowayization of Clare Short continues apace: reports:

A former cabinet minister was roundly condemned by fellow MPs and community leaders this week after revealing that a recent visit she paid to Lebanon had been funded by a television station accused of broadcasting ‘horrific anti-semitism’.

Clare Short wrote in the register of members interests that Al-Manar televison – which is banned in the US and France – paid for her flights as well as accommodation, food and travel expenses, when she travelled to Beirut in July.

The entry stated that she was in the country to “appear on television show ‘In Their Eyes’ and to participate in some official visits and a tour across southern Lebanon and the southern suburbs of Beirut in order to see reconstruction”.

Al-Manar, you may recall, is the Hezbollah-run TV station which broadcast in 2003 a dramatic series about a “global Jewish government” similar to that described in the Protocols of the Elders of Zion.

You can watch a selection of al-Manar’s other antisemitic, anti-American and generally blood-curdling programming here.

9 thoughts on “UK: Muslim Labour MP Who Campaigns against BNP Nailed for Swindling Taxpayers”

  1. With a bit of luck, the political mainstream in Britain is done for with these revelations, while it may be a bit optimistic to expect the BNP to romp home and have a Prime Minister installed at no.10, it should put the wind up whoever does get into power, and slowly but surely the tide of islamification MIGHT be turned back, in the great European tradition of those brave warriors such as Charles Martel and Milos Obilic!

    Of course you can never underestimate the corruption of nu-labour and the stupidity of the British voter, we may yet see another term of nu-labour, which will come amidst tales of tampered election boxes and gangs of antifa/uaf delinquents intimidating voters!

  2. And we still have the possibility of gaining substantial funding that comes with getting a Euro MP elected.

    So all in favour of a less islamised Britain, and Europe for that matter, get thee to you nearest polling station on June 4th, and help the BNP have a real say when it comes to Euro politics!

  3. Establishment bias against the BNP reaches new lows/highs depending on your affiliation:

    The Times has two reports up today about the BNP. One is a story and the other is an editorial. Needless to say, the BNP doesn’t come out looking well in either one.

    First, the story – which reminds me of the 2007 post about Swedish postal authorities refusing to deliver the Sweden Democrats’ campaign materials.

    Do Britain’s postal workers have a different set of rules than those in the US? Or is this a new trend? For the moment, I can say “it’s not happening here”, but who knows, maybe this new “freedom” the postmen have in the UK will begin to blossom in America, too:

    Postal workers are refusing to deliver British National Party election leaflets because they object to its “right-wing rubbish”.

    About 100 workers in the West Country have told union leaders that they will not carry the leaflets, which bear an anti-immigration message.

    They have accused Royal Mail chiefs in Bristol and Somerset of “bullying”, with one office allegedly threatening workers with dismissal if they do not comply.

    The Communication Workers Union says that Royal Mail is breaking a “conscience clause” agreed four years ago that allows staff to refuse to deliver literature they find offensive.

    A “conscience clause”??? For the mail??? Are these people serious? So if I’m hired to deliver the mail and I don’t like the magazines you’ve subscribed to, I can just dump them in the nearest bin? Hmm…I can see the temptations. One could conveniently “lose” a great many solicitation letters from groups that didn’t meet one’s personal standards of the true and the good.


    “Oh my god! i’m so offended that the BNP sent a leaflet to everyone in my area and I happen to have a black wife, so i’ve like so been targetted as a victim of racist abuse, i’ve gotta report it to the police!”

    Such is the vanity of lefties these days, a racism charge is being brought against the BNP for sending out campaign leaflets….


  5. Don’t be fooled by the BNP, they may be anti-immigration and actually have a realistic view on islam, but they’re just a bunch of lefties and would be incapable of running any form of country. If anyone has a doubt, read their socialist manifesto!

    1. frakked, I must admit I have not read their socialist manifesto. If that is indeed the case, do you think they are worse than the totally compromised parasites of the Brown, Smith, BLiar, Straw variety? It is hard to believe anything or anyone these days, when the MSM and all political forces are so obviously biased. Let’s go for a little Hope’n’Change, what say you?

  6. Frakked,
    Your comment could also be labeled against the Tories or NullLabor. While the politicians are the dressing on the cake, they are not the ones who run the country.

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