Update below (16/06/09)
what can only be described as a disgusting and sorry example of a British man. He has worked his way into journalism, has written an article for the Times magazine about what is happening in Luton, and in the process has used British people who are standing up for themselves, their community and their country as nothing more than fodder to court favour with his Liberal and Moslem friends.
I can imagine him now, sitting around all smug with his friends, gloating over his article that has made it into the Times magazine, and how he had defended the ethnic minority Islamic community as a champion of the Liberal cause, against the facist right wing.
His article stenches of the white Liberal upper class who know absolutely nothing about the reality of life on the streets of Britain where these Islamic ghettos now reside. They listen to what the so-called poor down-trodden Moslems tell them and then beat the English community up with their words, and create false realities in minds of people who read their rubbish.
Article: Fear & Hatred on the streets of Luton
After you have read the article, you will see based on this journalist's written account, that the ones 'promoting the hatred' are the 'white' people, and the ones who are in fear are the 'Moslems'.
Liberal propoganda for the masses that is based upon distorted half truths.
The false upside-down world of Liberal Britain that the gullible masses now live in.
If you trace everything that is written about the 'white' community here in this article back to their roots you will find that what is happening now is a reaction to Islamic hatred and violence in Luton, not the other way around. However, when the pen is in the hands of these diseased, upper-class Liberals they do not want to know the truth, all they care about is beating lower-class English people up to reinforce their misguided ideal of British society upon their readers.
They live in cloud cuckoo land, and are going to be brought back down to earth, and into the real world soon enough.
His upper-class Liberal view is that the lower-class white community are all racists, even though I am not a racist, and those involved with UPL including 'Mikey Birch' are not racists, but this journalist doesnt care, he just wants his Liberal anti-white, pro-Moslem, racist, story for the Times magazine, and doesnt care what he writes about people so long as it is in line with the Liberal world view according to .
He makes mention of me as being a 'would be organiser' and then goes on to ridicule me about my Christian stance on Al Qaeda's Holy War against, not just my country, but our Western world. As a Christian, I do have history to look back on to understand, relate with, and make sense of what is unfolding around me now in the 21st Century in relation to Islam's religious Jihad. Islamic terror, hatred and Holy War is nothing new, and if it had not been for the Crusades then the freedom we enjoy in Europe would have gone long ago and we would now be living supressed under sharia law, in an Islamic State.
Throughout the article he does not make mention once about Moslems like Sayful Islam being a part of the continuation of 1400 years of Jihad, just that I believe I am re-fighting the Crusades.
What am I supposed to do, just sit back and watch while Al Qaeda supporters take over my community, kill and destroy my friends, and endanger the next generation?
My community is rooted in Christian and Royal history, and is now being desecrated by Moslems from Bury Park, Luton, which is an Al Qaeda stronghold as per the ex-Defence Secretary's recent statement: Al Qaeda enclaves
He calls me a 'white man' in a derogatory racist term, as if being a 'white man' makes me a racist. What has the colour of my skin got to do with anything anyway? If he had have used the term 'black man' in the same terms then there would be uproar now, with him being labelled as racist himself, but because I am white it is acceptable to use that as some form of label over me, to re-inforce this journalists racist slant on his piece.
I will be checking now to see if there are legal implications to using this term in such a racist manner against me, because if I was a black man and the colour of my skin was used against me, there is a race industry to turn to to support me, so why should it be any different for me in my Country because I am a white man?
Racism cuts both ways if you hadn't noticed?
Quote: there was supposedly a campaign by Muslim extremists to intimidate black and white people out of their homes in Bury Park (this, in fact, turned out to be a succession of stone-throwing incidents by a lone Pakistani youth with a psychiatric illness)
Here are the news reports speaking to the residents from Luton who had their windows smashed on several occasions, and which includes an elderly couple who now live with their whole house boarded up.
You tell me if this was little more than a lone stone thrower? Which then begs the question; why did this journalist lie and make out this targetted campaign against innocent non-Moslems was little more than a lone, crazed, stone thrower.
I wonder who put him up to this anti-white, pro-Moslem, racist article?
Video 1: Ethnic cleansing in Luton
Video 2: Ethnic cleansing in Luton
Throughout this piece, you will see that the journalist has a serious bias against white people. He wants to categorise us all as BNP and NF, and would rather lend his journalistic platform to promote and support Sayful Islam and his extremist group rather than telling the truth about the fear and hatred in Luton. The whole body of his article is pro Sayful Islam propoganda, with not one bad word said against him. You would think they were both friends after reading this article, and that Sayful Islam's group are not a danger or threat to our Christian, Western society.
Sayful Islam's group, led by Omar Bakri, is linked to every single suicide bombing that has been carried out by Moslems who have been born in Britain, but this article does not point that fact out for people.
I wonder when the truth is going to be told about the English community's reaction to Islamic hatred and violence on the streets of Luton, and not this anti-white, pro-Moslem, racist propoganda?
Video: Sayful Islam's group Al Majhiroun
Further reading: Winston Smithy
Update: Comment taken from comments section
Thank you Anonymous for posting this relevant factual piece of information.
Posted this some time ago but thought it was worth posting again as is relevant to ths story.
U.K. Government: Islamic Propaganda.
Statements  and  below are taken from a U. K. Government document - Published 21 October 2005.
Reporting Diversity is a new, practical guide for journalists to help them report fairly on matters of faith, race, and cohesion and to do so without giving needless offence. It has been produced by the Media Trust and the Society of Editors with support from the Home Office.
"How journalists can contribute to community cohesion"
Section  basically advises journalists that any one who opposes Islamic extremists should be portrayed by the media as racist and accused of hiding behind a cloak of respectability while Section  advises journalists to conceal the statements and actions of Islamic extremists from the public.
The document also contains threats of criminal prosecution in the event of a media group or journalist that has been deemed not to have acted in the interests of "community cohesion".
“A journalist will be guilty of an offence if he or she intends to stir up racial hatred or, having regard to all the circumstances, racial hatred is likely to be stirred up by what is published.”
 Expose and counter racist propaganda. Bigots who hide behind a cloak of respectability can be the most damaging. Make sure they are always drawn into the open and their words never go unchallenged.
 Take care in reporting extremists. Generally quote people who are representative. Be wary of those with views that might make good copy but to most people seem extreme. Though it is sometimes essential to quote such extremists, be sure to place their views in the context of the numbers they might represent. Be aware of creating negative images. Minorities carry the burden of being different. Don’t make them synonymous with the things that worry everyone, like terrorism, subjugation of women, forced marriage, illegal immigration, fraudulent benefits claims and cruel animal slaughter. Few are.