THE LAW AND FREEDOM CENTER SCORES YET ANOTHER WIN…….

 

The Law and Freedom Foundation has an amazing success record in stopping mosques, planned for construction, that upsets the natural order of the area designated for their construction, from ever being built. Gavin Boby himself, is an amazing man as well, and the people of Britain are extremely fortunate to have him as one of their own. From a recent info email:

How We Win

by Gavin Boby

Gavin_BobyWe’ve won 16 out of 17 mosque cases that we’ve fought — a 94.11% success rate. That could be beginner’s luck, right? Maybe we just keep stumbling on four-leafed clovers. So I thought I’d drill down into one of our recent wins where the evidence is online. Please see the Brent case, here, our last win but one. Our brief write up is here.

We hit the ground with this application on 20th October 2012. Please see the Council’s comments page, here: 298 comments in total, and all but 10 of them were objections. Pretty strongly worded, too.

You’ll see that this application was registered on 14th September, and had only got 2 comments by 20th October, when we got involved. But the reaction was immediate. See the objections from 20th October onwards. This is how we won.

When the refusal notice came through, the refusal reasons (see here) were very similar to the objections we suggested local people might like to use in their letters (see here).

The reason I’m going on about this is to show that:

  • You have to get ordinary local people to register their objections with the Council;
  • Ordinary people don’t want a mosque near them, and are keen to register their objections if they know (a) how and where, (b) that it isn’t a stitch-up, and (c) the they can win;
  • If you help people in this way, Councils have to take notice, and you will win.
  • Other than that, let Councils know that they’re on the hook for their decisions. Be relentless. Push.
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