Tuesday, 19 February 2008

Magic Letters - BNP - Save £19,000 for Tower Hamlets

Another example of how the use of the Magic Letters, BNP can work in saving money and getting things done in your area.

Tower Hamlets council was proposing to fund a debate involving the British? chairman of the terrorist ogranisation Hizb ut-Tahrir. An organisation that is working to create a worldwide Islamic state. They had budgeted a staggering £19,000 of ratepayers money for the debate.

He was due to share a platform with prominent community leaders, including Labour peer Lord Ahmed, at the London Muslim centre in Whitechapel later this month.
However when the East London Advertiser used the magic words, BNP, the council quickly back tracked and admitted their "Officers made a mistake". I prefer, got caught red handed, but there you go.

These councillors who support organisations that call for an end to democracy and the imposition of Sharia law across our country must be thrown out by the electorate they work against.

And you know who they must be replaced with. The patriotic people who put themselves forward as British National Party candidates. Vote for them and vote for your future by putting a X next to the BNP candidate in your next elections.


6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Throwing these people out isn't enough IMHO GA. They should be arrested and charged with treason, they are the very people who are attacking Britain from within.

Reconquista.

The Green Arrow said...

Reconquista, you are of course right and by to I look forward to the day when these people are brought to justice. I intend to learn knitting and then sit and watch the tumbrels go by.

By the way if I do not respond to all comments it is not because I have not read them but because of pressure of work.

Anonymous said...

Good reporting GA, i think you"re right three little letters does cause a little bit of panic, lol.

bill.p

Anonymous said...

Birmingham where elections are won or lost by fraud.

"There is Hizb Ur-Tahrir and al-Muhajiroun, who operate with full impunity in that area," said General Musharraf, referring to Britain as a whole. "They had the audacity of passing an edict against my life and yet they operate with impunity."


In 2003, a Hizb Ur-Tahrir conference entitled "British or Muslim?" attracted 10,000 people to Birmingham, prompting the Home Office to commission a study on the group and warn of the spread of fundamentalist doctrine in the region.


10,000 members of the tiny minority of extremists, that is.

Hizb Ur-Tahrir, which calls for a worldwide Islamic caliphate, has been banned from British university campuses by the National Union of Students after holding controversial recruitment sessions.
The fringe group, founded in Jerusalem in 1953, separated into factions in the early 1990's, when Sheikh Omar Bakri Mohammed, the leader of its London branch, broke away to form al-Muhajiroun, which espouses violent struggle in the name of Islam.

Al-Muhajiroun, which has boasted of recruiting British Muslims to fight in the Bosnian war and offering advice to others who seek a role in extremist Islam, was officially disbanded last year.


Posted by Robert at July 27,

HIZB-UT-TAHRIR IN DENMARK ARE THE ONES TO WATCH.HERE THEY PLAY CLEVER.
H.U.T EMPLOYED BY LABOUR IN THE HOME OFFICE.
ALSO IN ALL UK BLUE CHIP COMPANIES.
THE ISLAMIC CALIPHATE IS WHAT THEY WORK TOWARDS ACROSS THE WORLD!!

YL.

Anonymous said...

A Nation can survive its fools and even the ambitious . But it cannot survive treason from within. For the traitor appears no traitor; he speaks in the accents familiar to his victims and he wears their face and their garments…… Cicero

YORKIELASS. HOW FITTING!

LeedsLass said...

Some time ago there was a PMQ - Blair and Cameron - where Cameron pressed him repeatedly on Hizb ut-Tahrir. Blair said, so far as I could decode his evasions, that it would be banned in the UK - what happened? And why have we still got Anjem Choudary? The politicians know exactly what these groups and people are like and they're just letting them carry on. It's mind-boggling in its stupidity and therefore can only be deliberate policy. My vote's spoken for - BNP.