By Mister Fox
Because the topics I am writing about are hush hush, I have used a lot of links and hope readers with a talent for research will do their own digging into the Establishments links to and funding of terror groups. I hope they will write their own articles but if not send it to me through Home of the Green Arrow.
The UAF should be classed as a terrorist organisation and supporters like David Cameron and Sir Teddy Taylor denounced as supporters of terrorism.
The UAF modus operandi is to frighten and intimidate people from certain political parties and with certain views which are caricatured in a nightmare scenario of old-fashioned Nazi imagery and imaginary violence.
Why didn’t the interviewer ask him to prove “his thugs go out at night and attack people”? Because thy only ask the BNP questions like that. The media is partial and biased.
The UAF is not classified as a terrorist organisation because it is used by the elites to intimidate its rivals.
The Battle of Birmingham of 8th August 2009 has shown people how the elites manipulate the publics perceptions because it became clear that innocent “white” people were physically attacked by Blacks and Muslims because they were white yet the Establishment media tried to say the threat is “far-right” thugs when it was their pet Muslims and Blacks racially attacking “Whites.”
A letter in the Birmingham post from a protester who was appalled at UAF incited violence gives the inside story
I would like to start by apologising to the people of Birmingham for the events of Saturday evening which I am highly ashamed to have been a part of. However, as a moderate who took part in the UAF protest I would like to set the record straight…
...The young Muslims who rampaged through the city streets were incited to violence by UAF activists. I was near the front of the rally in Rotunda Square and I saw how they worked and I saw how it got out of hand... The UAF should have switched rhetoric when they saw that the young Muslims were getting restless and angry. Instead what they did was get increasingly aggressive speakers to talk about ‘smashing the BNP’ (not directly involved with the protest) whilst sending agitators into the crowd, with megaphones, to whip up anger...”
Some telling stuff in the comments:
Why didn't you mention Salma Yaqoob's aggressive speech in your post above? Saying things like: 'Our streets! Our streets! Our streets!' and 'Get the BNP off our streets' could hardly have helped the situation. Not when she was raising her fist and shouting aggressively.
Councillor Yaqoob should be prosecuted for inciting violence. The police ignored it
So this is the truth of why i was nearly beaten up last Saturday whilst shopping with my wife. I was confronted by a dozen or so asian youths who accused me of being BNP, and started to bear down on me, luckily my wife came around the corner and they dispersed.
We were so disturbed I told one officer about the confrontation and was told "don't be a part of the problem"! While walking back to the car we saw a young white youth apparently unconscious on the floor, police by his side, with a group of youths holding UAF banners sniggering and pointing at the young lads predicament.
It is also worth mentioning that the Muslims youths were recorded as saying, “Get whitey this is our town”. (1)
The UAF incited violence against the police by telling the Muslim and Black demonstrators the BNP had set fire to a mosque, even though the BNP were not there.
Not that they need much inciting for in 1999 it was reported that around 2,000 British Muslims were being trained in British terror camps, mainly in London and Birmingham. The trainees were taught hand-to-hand combat, survival skills for guerilla warfare and advised to get military training in war zones like the Yemen and Afghanistan which they do because Birmingham accents have been heard by RAF Nimrod. Eight young Muslim terrorists from Birmingham, London and Luton on active service were arrested in Aden in December 1998, planning terror attacks against British targets.
In the Battle of Birmingham anyone white was attacked including a Polish man pushing a pram. Those who speak out against of Islamic Extremism, has reasonable cause to fear for their life. What is worse the media label them “far-right” to equalise them with Muslim extremists (2) and they sanitise these street thugs by describing them as “Anti-fascist” protesters.
It is the “ideological caste” that create the political climate and that is the dominant ideology and it needs an enemy and that enemy is the indigenous people of these islands who are scapegoated every time some hitch appears in the move to Globalisation which involves importing cheap labour in.
It is the people who give expression to the oppression of the indigenous who the terror group attempt to silence after the media label everyone to influence the masses.
Politicians change laws to legitimise some groups and disadvantage others. Why are the UAF not classed as terrorists under Terrorist legislation?
Here is how the politicians do it.
I use Wikepedia because it is open to everyone but it shows clearly that the UAF is a terrorist organisation by the the Terrorism 2000 Act. Not only do they ignore the terrorist aspects of UAF and other Muslim groups they actually use the state apparatus in their favour while blaming “far-right” groups ans, as we shall see, “racists.”
They inserted a rider into the Counter-Terrorist Act 2008 specifically to get the BNP!
(a) the action falls within subsection (2),
(b) the use or threat is designed to influence the government or to intimidate the public or a section of the public and
the use or threat is made for the purpose of advancing a political, religious or ideological cause.
(2) Action falls within this subsection if it
(a) involves serious violence against a person,
(b) involves serious damage to property,
(c) endangers a person’s life, other than that of the person committing the action,
(d) creates a serious risk to the health or safety of the public or a section of the public or
(e) is designed seriously to interfere with or seriously to disrupt an electronic system.
If any of us were to try the slightest fraction of what the UAF has done we would all be hearing a knock on the door at 5 am, why are they allowed to get away with it?
To see how the very centre of The Establishment is oppressing their own people instead of known terror groups they sneaked this little amendment into the 2008 revision of The Terrorism Act to make Muslim extremists seem more normal to the general public by focusing the blame on imaginary “far-right” terrorists and by the use of the word “racial” the whole white population. We are being ruled by corrupt evil people. -
Counter-Terrorism Act 2008 (c. 28)
75 Amendment of definition of “terrorism” etc
(1) In the provisions listed below (which define “terrorism”, or make similar provision, and require that the use or threat of action is made for the purpose of advancing a political, religious or ideological cause), after “religious” insert “, racial”.
(2) The provisions are—
(a) section 1(1)(c) of the Terrorism Act 2000 (c. 11),
(b) section 113A(2) of the Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001 (c. 24),
(c) paragraph 4(2)(c) of Schedule 21 to the Criminal Justice Act 2003 (c. 44),
(d) Article 2(3)(c) of the Terrorism (United Nations Measures) Order 2006 (S.I. 2006/2657),
(e) Article 4(1)(c) of the Anti-terrorism (Financial and Other Measures) (Overseas Territories) Order 2002 (S.I. 2002/1822),
(f) Article 2(1)(a)(iii) of the Terrorism (United Nations Measures) (Overseas Territories) Order 2001 (S.I. 2001/3366),
(g) Article 3(1) of the Terrorism (United Nations Measures) (Isle of Man) Order 2001 (S.I. 2001/3364),
(h) Article 3(1) of the Terrorism (United Nations Measures) (Channel Islands) Order 2001 (S.I. 2001/3363).
The English Defence League was falsely "linked" to the BNP by the UAF but giving them the ammo was the media even though the EDL has non white people it was labelled as “far-right” and the idea is to mislead the public into thinking this group and the BNP are similar to Muslim terror cells and this justifies the police and security services not investigating Muslim terrorists thoroughly.
This policy was heralded by Commander Shaun Sawyer who told a meeting of British Muslims that police were responding to the growing threat of the far right:
"I fear that they will have a spectacular... they will carry out an attack that will lead to a loss of life or injury to a community somewhere. They're not choosy about which community."
... Sawyer revealed that the Met commissioner, Sir Paul Stephenson, had asked the counter-terrorism command, SO15, to examine what the economic downturn would mean for far-right violence. “ This gives tacit acknowledgement that Muslim extremists are free to develop extremist groups as the British security services will be concentrating on white political groups.
It is corrupt and evil for the Establishment to use whites as scapegoats while al-Queda are planning more bombings in Britain and it looks as though the security services are ignoring this as they ignored the build up to to 7/05.
Some examples of UAF political violence against the BNP and its members:
It was UAF thugs who smashed up a BNP loud-hailer vehicle in Leigh and assaulted BNP activist Tony Ward with a claw hammer. He suffered grievous injuries. The UAF thug was arrested by the police but the media play it down because they want to portray the “far-right” as equal to Muslim extremists.
At the BNP’s weekend festival the Red, White and Blue, the UAF attacked a member’s car and spat in the face of his son a down-syndrome teenage boy whilst calling him a Nazi. The police did nothing. Spitting at someone is a criminal offence of assault, yet the police took no action.
On the Sunday, a fourteen year old girl was smacked in the face and left bruised and hysterical.
Meanwhile, the media portray UAF as a public protest group but the reality is that they are extremist far-left communist party members, anti-white bigots and Muslim extremists is covered up. In fact, the UAF organisation is such an Islamic extremist that Searchlight left because the Islamists are not only violently anti-Israel but anti- Jewish.
On 20/11/2008 Mirror columnist Brian Reade incited violence against BNP members:
“I’m worried about the 12,000 BNP members whose names and addresses have been leaked on the internet. I pray their details don’t fall into the hands of any of those black radical groups known to take a very dim view of white neo-Nazis. It would be truly awful if anything nasty happened to these nice people wouldn’t it?”
After the BNP's Euro election victory, UAF thugs attacked a BNP press conference outside Parliament, pelting the media and party officials with eggs, placards and bottles. Several of the UAF thugs punched and kicked members of the BNP, including deputy leader Simon Darby who was repeatedly kicked in the back.
There is a precedent for state sponsored violence against legal political parties in terror group the Anti-Nazi League who violently attacked National Front marchers and police with bricks and bottles with impunity in 1977.
This was encouraged by the Labour party’s anti-NF political broadcast of December 1977 by Joe Ashton which gave the green light to use violence. UAF were founded in late 2003 as part of a coalition between the Anti-Nazi League and the National Assembly Against Racism, the TUC and leading British unions such as T&G (now Unite) and UNISON in response to electoral successes by the BNP. The Muslim Council of Britain is affiliated and they have jointly produced local election material. UAF support comes from the alliance between anti-Semitic elites and Muslim extremists
Peter Hain, who helped bring about the genocide of white south African farmers and has never apologised, is a supporter of UAF and Ken Livingstone an anti-Semite and friend of Muslim terrorists is chairman. Joint secretary’s are Weyman Bennett, the national organiser of the Anti-Nazi League and a member of the central committee of the Socialist Workers Party, and Sabby Dhalu, formerly of the National Assembly Against Racism (NAAR). Treasurer is notorious white-hater Lee Jasper who has been suspected of misappropriating Greater London Assembly funds.
They are the new incarnation of ANAL. The Anti-Nazi League (ANL) set up in 1977 by the Socialist Workers Party with some sponsorship small financial donations from some trade unions. The initial sponsors included Peter Hain, lately Secretary of State for Northern Ireland; Ernie Roberts, deputy general secretary of the engineering union AUEW, and Paul Holborow, Socialist Workers Party.
Many Trade Unions sponsored it as did the Indian Workers Association which was a large organisation then, many members of the Labour Party and MPs such as Neil Kinnock.
In Unite Against Fascism organised events against the BNP, such as outside the trial of Nick Griffin and Mark Collett on race hate charges at Leeds Crown Court. They organised the violent rally of c1,000 people when Nick Griffin and David Irving spoke at the Oxford Union in November 2007.
UAF are The Storm-troopers of the corrupt and traitorous “Caste.” The UAF footsoldiers are pawns in the game as the following links show. The media encourage the political violence against the BNP:
There are other terror groups supported by the Establishment. Secretary-General of the Muslim Council of Britain is Muhammad Abdul Bari. Dr Bari is reported to have threatened an anti-Muslim demo: “If that demonisation continues, then Britain will have to deal with two million Muslim terrorists – 700,000 in London”
This is like the terror threat to prevent Geert Wilders speaking at the House of Lords when Muslim peer Lord Ahmed threatened to have 10, 000 Muslim protesters outside the Lords.
In the Observer of 30th July 2006, Martin Bright wrote: “... the Muslim Council of Britain, whose leadership has established sympathies for the Jamaat-i-Islami in Pakistan and Bangladesh. Both the Brotherhood and the Jamaat believe in the creation of an Islamic state and the establishment of Sharia law.”
The rise of the MCB under Iqbal Sacranie(later knighted) can be traced to the ‘Satanic Verses’ affair when Muslims burned the book in the streets and the raising of a fatwah for the murder author Salman Rushdie. In 1989 Sacranie said of the novelist “death was perhaps too easy”
On the 12th July 2004 Dr Yusuf al-Qaradawi spoke at the ‘Assembly for the Protection of the Hijab’ conference, where Livingstone personally invited Qaradawi to attend the European Social Forum (ESF) planned for that October. Qaradawi :“ O, God, destroy the usurper Jews, the vile Crusaders, and infidels.”
The GLA dismissed the allegations against Dr. al-Qaradawi But, a strident rebuttal of the GLA, gave evidence that Dr. Yusuf al-Qaradawi, widely regarded as the Muslim Brotherhood’s spiritual head, supports: “the murder of people who have turned away from Islam (apostates); female genital mutilation; that a husband must compel his wife to wear the hijab; domestic violence in certain circumstances; targeting Israeli civilians; and suicide bombing (including by women).”
A leaked ‘Restricted’ document showed the Home Office and Foreign Office were, in 2004, briefing their staff to view the Muslim Brotherhood as “a progressive and liberal movement, adapting to their own socio-political context, especially those in Britain.”
How does the “Caste” finance their terror groups? This is murky but some facts are emerging.
The trade unions receive money from the government and channel some to the UAF. Unions like Unite are effectively partners of UAF. The government also gives money to charities who then donate to Searchlight.
Searchlight fell out with UAF but not where the BNP is concerned and channel money to them as well as information on who is who and where they will be so UAF or Antifa can physically attack them.
The UAF proudly state they only get money from public donations but they receive money from Muslim Council of Britain who were not registered with the Charities Commission for a long time. As there is no Transparency and Accountability Act, it's difficult tracking what the government has given them. But there is evidence which suggest that funding is substantial.
The related groups like the 635 group are also terrorists
Their Registered Number is: 1084651
http://www.charity- commission.gov.uk/ShowCharity/RegisterOfCharities/CharityWithoutPartB.aspx?RegisteredCharityNumber=1084651&SubsidiaryNum ber=0
Thursday, 20 August 2009
By Mister Fox