What could possibly alienate, disenfranchise or radicalise Anjem Choudary?

RADICAL  Muslim cleric Anjem Choudary sparked fury today by declaring he ‘doesn’t accept’ that British law is valid in the UK.

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He is right. The law is no longer the law in what was once great Britain. Phoney laws are used to muzzle the truth tellers, to vilify and criminalise those who resist the Mohammedan invasion, like Tommy Robinson, Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer. The laws against treason, subversion, welfare fraud and criminal conspiracy to overthrow the government are ignored. And why do you think that is?

Anjem Choudary says British law is not valid? He is right. If the law was applied, he would be doing prison da’awa for incitement and welfare fraud.

Last night Choudary spoke to the Express here, about how he does not accept UK law. From the Telegraph.

He also spoke of his support for Islamic State (ISIS) and claimed a ban on jihadists returning to Britain would ‘alienate’ the Muslim community. “I think it will disenfranchise the Muslim community here, I think it would be a cause of further radicalisation in this country.”

 

2 thoughts on “What could possibly alienate, disenfranchise or radicalise Anjem Choudary?”

  1. Always said Anjem is the best friend we have. He tells the truth,, and if we win this one, I would certainly recommend him for a knighthood, as a defender of the realm and the Commonwealth.

    And if he is not a friend, he is at least an honest enemy. Far far better to have an honest enemy, then a traitorous friend.

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