Wednesday, August 12, 2009

We’ll ease up on Muslim fanatics

Shahid Malik is Britain's version of American Muslim Congressman Keith Ellison. They are both practicing stealth political Jihad by using their political positions to further the Muslim invasion of the West.

Both are using their office to suppress anyone who dares point out the long and violent history of Islam, or that Islam is hard at work invading and subverting the West. No Muslim can ever truly give allegiance to anything but Islam. All their oaths of office are merely a convenient lie, sanctioned by the Koran as permissible in the furtherance of Islam.

Islam is totally incompatible with Western society and law and no Muslim should ever be allowed to hold political office. As a Muslim they are bound to subvert the society which gave them shelter and work to impose Sharia law.


We’ll ease up on Muslim fanatics

LABOUR slammed the brakes on its war against violent extremism yesterday - amid fears it had upset Muslim voters.

Millions spent preventing Asian kids becoming terrorists will now be used to tackle right-wing racists in WHITE areas.
Community cohesion minister Shahid Malik admitted he was softening his stance because Muslims felt stigmatised.

But a former Labour aide called the move a "dangerous dilution" of the Government's counter-terrorism strategy.

Attack ... David Davis

Tories branded it a shameless bid to win back Muslim voters who deserted Labour over Iraq and Afghanistan.
More than £45million a year has been spent on measures to prevent Al-Qaeda recruiting young Muslims in the UK.
It included action to break up Islamic ghettos and stop university hate preachers.
But Mr Malik, the first British-born Muslim MP, yesterday unveiled plans to broaden the scope of the campaign.

He announced: "We shall be putting a renewed focus on resisting right-wing racist extremism. We cannot dismiss or underestimate the threat."
Mr Malik told Sky News: "You speak to any Muslim in this country and they are as opposed as you and I are to extremism and terrorism.
"The frustration is they are constantly linked with terrorism as a community as a whole."

His action contrasts with the tough stance of ex-minister Hazel Blears. She broke links with Muslim groups that failed to denounce extremists.
Her adviser Paul Richards said: "The good work by Hazel is being undone in the name of political correctness."
Former shadow home secretary David Davis said: "This has been watered down for purely political reasons. Labour has always seen Muslim voters as its own property."