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This is the level to which the West has sunken to.

The Muslim hate preacher and the T-shirt salesman: a bizarre study in double standards

By Sean Thomas Politics Last updated: June 5th, 2013

Compare and contrast. A few days ago, one of Britain’s best-loved hate preachers, Anjem Choudary, a man so widely admired that we pay him £25,0000 a year in benefits so he can live in this country, was filmed saying murdered Woolwich soldier Lee Rigby will “burn in hellfire” as a non-Muslim.

Choudary then added, in typically disarming manner, that Adebolajo and Adebowale, the two men charged with Drummer Rigby’s murder, were doing “what they believed to be Islamically correct”, while noting that Michael Adobelajo was “a very nice man”.

Quite properly, the police refused to step in. After all, we have the right to free speech in this country, and Choudary said nothing illegal.

Quizzed on the matter, assistant police commissioner Cressida Dick told MPs: “In the case of somebody like Mr Choudary we are constantly assessing whether any of his proclamations are breaking the criminal law.” Cressida Dick further explained to MPs that the complexity of legislation surrounding the incitement of religious and racial hatred made it difficult to build a case against Choudary.

Now let’s cross the country to Newport, south Wales.

At roughly the same time that Choudary was making his statement, T-shirt seller Matthew Taylor was printing, and displaying, a T-shirt inscribed with the words: “Obey our laws, respect our beliefs, or get out of our country”. As Taylor told reporters, the brutal killing of Drummer Rigby had spurred him into making the shirt, because the shocking attack had “left him upset”. Taylor added: “If you don’t like the way a country is run, and don’t like our beliefs, then go somewhere else, don’t go killing people.”

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4 Responses

  1. Let’s not beat about the bushy beard.

    Mr Taylor is ‘obviously’ an uncouth, ignorant ‘chav’ who is unable to appreciate the enrichment and diversity bestowed upon the UK by the mohammedan presence and is therefore ‘unworthy’ of sympathy.

    Mr Choudary is obviously an adept of victimology and legalese, and also a highly prized talking head for those who hold him in covert prestige (i.e. all those bored, effete, middle class ‘progressives’ vicariously acting out their submissive fantasies).

    Therefore, with apologies to Orwell, it’s no surprise to discover that

    ‘All citizens are equal, but some citizens are more equal than others’

    when it comes to matters such as these.

    Pragmatically however, I often think that the presence of this mohammedan snake is highly instructive in that he totally undermines the slime secreted by the ‘this-is-not-islam’ bugs with their talk of ‘tolerance’ and ‘peace’ etc, etc. Rather, he (I cannot bear to repeat his name) gives the whole charade away. He polarises, he tells us what mohammedanism really is, as do the actions of his ‘nice’ friends.

    Give ’em enough rope…

  2. I don’t blame the parasitical koranimal’s behavior but the British police. I grew up on a steady diet of historical novels by G.A.Henty and to think I would live to see the day where the British police with alarming alacrity go down on thier knees to service their Muslim masters. It is unbelievable.

  3. It’s not just the cops in the UK who should be ashamed but the politicians who pressure the police to be subservient to jihadists and to oppress the indigenous population. My big question is, “why do they hate their own nation so much that they want to destroy it and force the ruins on their children and grandchildren?” I don’t get why people can be so suicidal and it looks like all the Western politicians are going along the same route of chaos and destruction. Our leaders are like lemmings urging us off a cliff.

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