Who Are the Real Supporters (and Beneficiaries) of Anjem Choudary’s Career?

Abdullah al Andalusi

It was recently announced that Anjem Choudary, the former head of the now banned UK based group, Al Muhajiroun (AM), has been convicted under the UK Terrorism Act of 2000 for inviting to the support a terror group by publicly pledging allegiance to Abu Bakr al Baghdadi and inviting others to do so.

This comes after a 20 year career by Anjem, who is known for inciting public outrage in the UK, having connections with many individuals who became terrorists, and being constantly in the attention of media and political discussions over counter-terrorism and ‘anti-extremism’. However this is where the facts end.

Off of the back of the conviction, a popular narrative was spun, claiming that Anjem was allegedly able to avoid prosecution for 20 years, by his abusing the UK’s ‘free speech’ and supposedly ‘clever’ avoidance of his public speeches falling foul of the law.

Anjem is then portrayed…

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Corbyn And The Media (Part 1)

Guy Debord's Cat

Ever since Jeremy Corbyn announced he was standing as a candidate in last year’s leadership election, the smear stories have been relentless and increasingly shrill in their tone.  This week has seen the absurd ‘List’, which was leaked to The Times and the ratcheting up of a dodgy story about Ian Lavery pocketing loads of union money.  All of this happened, coincidentally, on the back of a good showing in the polls for the Labour Party.

Yet, some of these anti-Corbyn stories are downright hilarious, and others are just plain sloppy. A few days ago, I came across this article in The Independent in which someone called Caitlin Doherty, who says she’s a student, has claimed to have left the Labour Party because of “Jeremy Corbyn”. Well, that’s what the headline says and who am I to argue? Sod it, I’m going to argue. I’m going to argue that this article…

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Effeminate “Conservative” Government a Threat to Britain

What a sorry state of affairs exists in British politics.

British newspapers shamelessly full of bizarre scare stories against the liberation of Britain from monotonous EU tyranny.

The shamelessly evil hooray Henrys of the Cameron regime refusing to prevent the collapse of the British steel industry – even though a nation’s ability to produce defensive armaments is reliant upon amongst other things a sound steel industry – even whilst power hungry China is trying to finish it off with a massive anti-British steel import tax.

Meanwhile this same “Conservative” quisling regime has withdrawn naval protection from the (more British than 2016 Britain) Falkland Islands despite the fact that the oil hungry  Argentinians and hostile elements in the UN are conspiring to sever this indisputable part of Britain from its motherland.

It is almost as if the steady rise of Labour in the polls http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/poll-jeremy-corbyn-labour-tories-voting-intention-general-election-first-time-leader-a6930721.html made Cameron try to set up conditions for a defensive war in the South Atlantic to drum up popularity, after all it worked for the ginger milk snatcher.

 

 

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