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Arrested while being English

UPDATE: SkyNews:

Tommy Robinson:

“They’re (police) saying it (Tower Hamlets) is a Muslim area but to me there is no Muslim area, there are just areas of my capital city that if I have to walk from A to B then you have to walk through.”
“Obviously I don’t want to get arrested and I don’t want to get in trouble so we’ll cross that bridge when we get to it.”

“Tommy and Kev, who had walked from Hyde Park, have been arrested at Aldgate, on the border of Tower Hamlets, which appears now officially a “no go zone” for natives.”

ALSO: Celebrations to mark Armed Forces Day in Luton have been cancelled. (h/t: EDL Buck)

The organisers said that due to circumstances beyond their control, they have no choice but to cancel the event.
It was due to be held in St George’s Square tomorrow afternoon, with free entry, stalls, a marching band and choir.
A Luton Borough Council spokesperson said: “We had reserved St George’s Square for an Armed Forces Day event to take place on Saturday June 29 but this was cancelled by the organisers back in February before a firm booking was made.”

6 Responses

  1. “They’re (police) saying it (Tower Hamlets) is a Muslim area but to me there is no Muslim area, there are just areas of my capital city that if I have to walk from A to B then you have to walk through.”

    So there you have it. The capital of the UK does no longer belong to those people who have made this city great during its rich history. If this government wants to delineate Muslim no-go zones to thwart its own citizens from going wherever they want, then it has no legitimacy to rule. This goes way beyond idiocy, this is total irreversible moral bankruptcy !

  2. Quis custodiet ipsos custodiet? (Juvenal)

    I wonder if there is any way say 50,000 or so patriots could be mustered, committed and strong hearted to a man and woman, to undertake this walk instead; how would the grovelling, Islamophilic new Gestapo manage that one, particularly if all of these thousands of people came together independently, singly or in small groups, from every direction and from every part of the land to finally coalesce in one place at one time and then to advance with courage and determination, all prepared to support each other in the face of the brutality that would be brought down upon them?

    Then, again, I wonder if there are even 50,000 patriots left in this country after all these years of indoctrination and intimidation but, if there are, they will have to move soon and do so without central co-ordination, the only commonalty being awareness of the day and the time and that neither banners, nor uniforms nor flags be carried so that they appear nothing more than the common man going about his lawful business.

    In such a scenario they would be difficult to kettle, beat or arrest until they were too many and too big to handle; it is easy for our Police State enforcers to put their jackboots on the necks of a few individuals, but how would they be able to do it to tens of thousands?

    ”To find out who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticise.”

  3. Don´t forget:


    Secret report brands Muslim police corrupt

    Fury over internal Met study which says Asians need special training

    Sandra Laville and Hugh Muir
    The Guardian, Saturday 10 June 2006

    A secret high-level Metropolitan police report has concluded that Muslim officers are more likely to become corrupt than white officers because of their cultural and family backgrounds.

    The document, which has been seen by the Guardian, has caused outrage among ethnic minorities within the force, who have labelled it racist and proof that there is a gulf in understanding between the police force and the wider Muslim community. The document was written as an attempt to investigate why complaints of misconduct and corruption against Asian officers are 10 times higher than against their white colleagues.

    The main conclusions of the study, commissioned by the Directorate of Professional Standards and written by an Asian detective chief inspector, stated: “Asian officers and in particular Pakistani Muslim officers are under greater pressure from the family, the extended family … and their community against that of their white colleagues to engage in activity that might lead to misconduct or criminality.”

    It recommended that Asian officers needed special anti-corruption training and is now being considered by a working party of senior staff.

    The report argued that British Pakistanis live in a cash culture in which “assisting your extended family is considered a duty” and in an environment in which large amounts of money are loaned between relatives and friends.

    The leaking of the report comes at a time when the Met needs the cooperation and trust of the Muslim community more than ever and as the force tries to contain the fallout from last week’s anti-terrorist raid in Forest Gate in which a man was shot. The first version was considered so inflammatory when it was shown to representatives from the staff associations for black, Hindu, Sikh and Muslim officers, that it had to be toned down. There are 31,000 officers in the Met – 7%, or 2,170, are black and minority ethnic; among these an estimated 300 are Muslim.

    One Muslim officer with the Met said: “It is like saying black officers are more likely to be muggers. Today it is Muslim officers who are treated as the Uncle Toms. How can they say to the Muslim community ‘trust us’, when they don’t even trust their own Muslim officers.”

    Ahmanrahman Jafar, vice-chairman of the legal affairs committee of the Muslim Council of Britain, said it was shortsighted of the Met to be alienating its Muslim officers at such a sensitive time.

    “We’ve got about 1,000 wrongful anti-terrorist arrests since 9/11 and I believe that if Muslim officers were involved in looking through that intelligence and understanding the context, we would have far greater efficiency in the police force and a far greater prosecution rate,” he said. To support its conclusions, the report gives examples of cases in which Pakistani Muslim officers have been accused of corruption and misconduct. According to its critics, the report gives insufficient weight to the motivation of those who made the complaints or issues of institutional racism.

    Superintendent Dal Babu, chairman of the Association of Muslim Officers, said the report had racist undertones. “We are gravely concerned about its contents and the message it sends to recruits and potential recruits,” he said.

    George Rhoden, chair of the Metropolitan Black Police Association added. “We have made it clear that we disagreed totally with the conclusions … the whole thing needs to be researched in a much more comprehensive way.”

  4. (EDL) English Defence League
    I suppose it would be wise to remind the Government and the police that there is no part of England were English people are not allowed and that England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland (Ulster) is governed by British law NOT Sharia Law and citizens from this country WILL go were they like when they like under the democratic rights you keep going on about!!! Mmm works for some not for others ey?? Mmm stuck are you??

  5. British Police Threatened to Arrest Grooming Victim for Reporting Rapes

    Daily Mail—During her primary school years, Katie was considered academically gifted and dreamed of becoming a forensic scientist.

    At home, her loving parents read her bedtime stories and would at times remind her to feed her giant African land snail.

    But when she turned 12 her life changed forever. Sitting on some steps with a friend in Oxford, Katie was approached by two Pakistani brothers who befriended her with alcohol and cigarettes.

    She was flattered by the attention they paid her, completely unaware she was being groomed for sexual exploitation until it was too late.



    The British police are the best in the world. What? Really?

  6. Britain never did have anything like the American revolution – where the masses totally disposed of the yoke of the ‘ruling’ classes. Hence there never has been the same clamouring for personal freedoms that are obvious in the majority of US natives.

    Britain’s government has always been more sinister and heavy handed. Now this is being combined with new laws which treat different people unequally. This smells like fascism.

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