London: How Muhammedanism Perverts Politics, The Media & The Justice System


The Big Story That Dissapeared

London, England
Paul Weston
Kriss Donald, a slightly built, 15-year-old schoolboy was abducted from the streets of Pollockshields, Glasgow, on March 14, 2004. His kidnappers were five British Muslims of Pakistani descent, intent on exacting retribution on a white male – any white male would do – following a fight in a night club the previous weekend. Kriss was driven around for several hours whilst he was held down and tortured in the back of the car. He was eventually taken to an area of waste ground where he was finished off. Before he died, it is alleged that he was castrated, burned with cigarettes; his eyes were gouged out and he was stabbed repeatedly. Once on the waste ground he was doused with gasoline and set alight whilst still alive. He crawled a few metres and then, mercifully, died. A walker who discovered his body the following morning was unaware that it was even human, remarking, that at first, he thought it was the carcass of an animal.

Two men were subsequently arrested, but the other three; aware the police knew their identities, fled to Pakistan. The Foreign Office at that time was involved in delicate negotiations with Pakistan over the extradition rights concerning full-blown terrorists, so an unimportant little murder such as Kriss Donald’s was simply a fly in the ointment they did not need. As a result, they did their best to frustrate attempts by the British police to retrieve their suspects.

Enter Mr Mohammad Sarwar, a man with a clearer sense of right and wrong, and a political position with which to do something about it. Mr Sarwar was instrumental in forcing the British government to press ahead with the extradition of the three men, and thus, in the eyes of some British Muslims, committed a crime of such magnitude that only his death could adequately compensate for his treachery.

I apologise for detailing the gory details of Kriss Donald’s torture and murder, but its relevance is shown in the following quotes from Mr Sarwar, printed in the Daily Telegraph:

“Life is not the same since I brought them back…I received threats to my life, to murder my sons, to murder my grandchildren…I was told they wanted to punish my family and make a horrible example of my son… they would do to him what they did to Kriss Donald.”

There were other firsts in the story that should have interested the media. Daamish Zahid, one of the five killers, was the first person in Scotland to be convicted of racially motivated murder, whilst the sheer brutality of the murder itself was unprecedented in Britain. (An issue all too predictably rectified a year later by six black British men who gang raped, tortured and murdered Mary Ann Leneghan.)

But I digress. To recap, Britain’s first Muslim MP is also Britain’s first ever politician to stand down in the face of death threats; threats uttered by followers of the Religion Of Peace who sympathise with the Islamic savages involved in the most horrific racial murder in Britain’s recent history, one of whom, to boot, was also the first “Scotsman” to be convicted of racially aggravated murder.

Now, correct me if I’m wrong, but surely there’s a story in there somewhere? I know it is now a tired old cliche, but imagine if Mr Paul Boateng, Britain’s first black MP, had been driven from office by a bunch of white, right wing Christian fundamentalists, enraged that he had succeeded in bringing the white killers of the black Stephen Lawrence to justice?

A foolish hypothesis I admit, one could discard the telescope, whilst an investment in blinkers and earmuffs would be necessary to avoid the media hysteria. We are used to the double standards utilised by the media with regard to racial murder, but this time it is different. This is not any old murder, not any old death threats, and Mr Sarwar is not any old person.

When Britain, a first world country, loses a democratically elected politician because he fears for his life, we are entering a wholly new era. Britain is now an Iraq, a Zimbabwe, we are becoming, in political terms, a genuine third world country, and our BBC led media, showing a total disregard for impartiality, has veered from mere bias to dangerous censorship, with all the disturbing implications this portends for our democratic future.

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Video: The End of the (Western World) As We Know It

Warning: Graphic Video!

@Truthers: I have woken-up, but you are still dreaming

Rogster lets it fly:

All too often, Truthers (aka. Those people who go on about how 9/11 was an inside-job), will talk to non-Truthers, in an attempt at converting them to their unsubstantiated, paranoid and all too often anti-American and/or anti-Semitic way of thinking, eg. Trust no-one, government is the enemy, the word of a video developed in some kid’s bedroom, is more valid than any official source, and (often) that Jews are the cause of all the problems in the world.


Eurabia’s Commies Import Their Voters From Islamistan 

 Belgium: Terrorist Territory 

 “Perfidious Belgium”

“Watch out, Britain, says Paul Belien: Belgium has become a major recruiting base for al-Queda Brussels”

QUOTES DFROM TEXT: “Walloon leadership is bestowing citizenship on almost any immigrant, … including criminals and Muslim terrorists, who claims he can speak French.”

“Brussels has become a major recruiting base for Al Qa’eda and a launch-pad for terrorists attacks”

“The Belgian Government had made a deal with the GIA (Algerian terror group) terrorists, agreeing to turn a blind eye to conspiracies hatched on Belgian soil in exchange for immunity from attack”

“The New York Times of 10 February 2002 spoke of a staggering 19,050 blank Belgian passports ‘lost’ by the Belgian authorities since 1990, compared with only 50 blank US passports.”

“fundamentalist Muslims are creating a religious state within the Belgian state.”

10 thoughts on “London: How Muhammedanism Perverts Politics, The Media & The Justice System”

  1. Shameful. Islamania is like the Mafia-you’re in it for life and if you break the code of silence you are dead. Perhaps anti-rackateering laws can be used to keep the peaceful ones in check.

  2. >>”Two men were subsequently arrested, but the other three; aware the police knew their identities, fled to Pakistan.”

  3. >>”.Upon hearing this, I simply couldn’t believe how someone could read and hear about Islamic terrorism constantly going on in the world, yet still believe that compared with the three aforementioned leaders, that Islamic Jihadists weren’t even a threat?”

  4. America’s Commies are importing their voters from Mexico.

    I’m American of Mexican descent, but I want what is best for America FIRST AND FOREMOST.

  5. “Eurabia’s Commies Import Their Voters From Islamistan”

    Wasn’t it Paul Keating’s idea to allow the cat meat sheik in with his mates to stack ALP branches?
    Mr Costello said the former prime minister Paul Keating should not have intervened to keep Sheik Hilaly in Australia when he was due to have been deported. “Keating wanted his votes, not just for the election but probably for branch-staking purposes.”

  6. “When Britain, a first world country, loses a democratically elected politician because he fears for his life, we are entering a wholly new era.”

    When the police become TV critics, & complain to the regulator (re Channel 4)
    UK Telegraph shows more spine than the Crown Prosecution Service and the West Midlands police:
    Stirring up racial hatred – not the medium
    By Charles Moore
    Last Updated: 12:01am BST 11/08/2007

    There are lots of stories running at the moment about how television makes things up to suit its purposes. It was into this pattern that prominent press reports on Thursday appeared to fit. The reports said that the Crown Prosecution Service and the West Midlands police had decided that a programme called Undercover Mosque, made for Dispatches on Channel 4, had “completely distorted” the remarks of Muslim preachers featured in the programme. The CPS and the police announced that they were making a complaint about the programme to the television regulator, Ofcom.

    Few seemed to notice what a strange story this was. Why is it the business of the CPS or the police to make complaints, which are nothing to do with the law, about what appears on television? Aren’t they supposed to be fighting crime, not acting as television critics? […]

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