“Muslims against Crusades”—yet another front group for Anjem Choudary’s Islamist organisation—has been banned by Theresa May. But why let them into Britain in the first place?
Through this move, Ms May has now tried to pose as some sort of custodian of law and order in Britain. Yet the reality is that it is her government’s own policies which are the primary reason why Mr Choudary and his fellow radicals pose a threat to Britain.
It has been a deliberate policy, carried out by the Tory party, the Labour Party and the Lib-Dems alike to encourage mass immigration which has allowed millions of Mr Choudary’s co-religionists to settle in Britain (and even more “other” Third World-origin immigrants).
It has been a deliberate policy, carried out by the Tory party, the Labour Party and even of late, the Lib-Dems, to attack, invade, bomb and blow-up Muslim nations in the Middle East, knowing full well that such actions only serve to further galvanise the growing militant Islamist threat here in Britain.
Official population projections have shown that the birth rate among women born in Pakistan but living in the UK is three times higher than that among British-born women, and that the name Mohammed has overtaken Jack as Britain’s most popular name for baby boys.
When all Third World immigration is counted in, British people are set to become a minority in their homeland by 2050.
Who does Ms May think will be left to commemorate Poppy Day then? If anything, it will be juju-day, or Diwali, or even Ramadan which will be the most popular event.
If this was not bad enough, the twisted and overtly anti-British interests foreign policy which successive Tory and Labour administrations have pursued, have succeeded only in making British people hated in the Muslim world, and to “justify” anti-British propaganda here in Britain.
For example, Mr Choudary justified his group’s proposed poppy-burning by saying that it was revenge for continuing “atrocities” in Iraq and Afghanistan and the “brutal torture concentration camps of Guantánamo Bay and Abu Ghraib.”
In reality, the invasion of Iraq was illegal and immoral, and has provided the perfect excuse for people like Mr Choudary to stir up Muslims on the basis of a real injustice—perpetrated by Mrs May’s party and the other Westminster war criminals.
In a sane British society, Mr Choudary and his friends would not be in Britain, and this country would also not be bombing foreign countries on the basis of a pack of lies.