11 July 2009

The Calling



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These fools do not understand what they have unleashed.

The word "army" means those who carry arms for war.

There are thousands of guns available to the Muslim army in Britain.

Just recently three religious Muslim radicals including a gun-toting mad-eyed and bearded jihadist, were sentenced to a pathetic 4 odd years, (as they pleaded they did not intend murder) for pouring diesel oil through the letter box of a book-publisher and attempting to burn him out. He was about to publish someone's book about the life of Aisha, the child-bride of the Muslim's founder, all of which is documented in the Islamic literature.

He is placed on a pedestal like an idol some say, for it is also said that "you can insult Islam as much as you like, but but not Muhammed."

This may explain why this brainwashing comes to the fore when books are published about him, or his life of war and preaching which spread throughout the Arabian tribes 1400 years ago, at the point of the sword.

The name "Sayful Islam" means "sword of Islam."

This is the name chosen by many who are openly, or secretly, jihadists, who intend to overthrow our Western democracies.

Any Government Agents or Ministers, that abuse the Law of the Land, and give succour or support to the jihadists in any way, are themselves guilty of treachery to the Crown, and as such are worthy of the severest of penalties when the Reckonng happens, as it shall, for no Englishman or true Briton shall allow the day to come to pass, wherein Enemies of the People are allowed to triumph against the Nation or the Crown.

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

Peaceful Christian family deported to face Muslim persecution, while Muslims allowed to rampage through Britain raping, plundering and bombing.

This government is SATANIC.

Anonymous said...

The EDL has formed a band of Brothers. This Gestapo government is intent on ruining our great land. There will be war .
You can stand with us or against us!
Take note OLD BILL,
your day will come, cause the Army of Her Majesty will not let this Great land wither and Die!
Be prepared to defend your heritage because War is upon us!

At sunrise , look to the West.
The Saxons Are Coming.............................

Joanne said...

Take it easy on Muslim extremists

""Take it easy on Muslim extremists, police told," by Macer Hall for the Daily Express, July 11:

Police will be ordered not to charge Muslim extremists in many hate crime cases – to stop them becoming more militant.
Guidelines will tell forces to press for conviction only in cases of clear-cut criminal acts.
Officers will be advised not to proceed when evidence of lawbreaking is “borderline”.
Examples of crimes to which a blind eye may be turned include incitement to religious hatred or viewing extremist material on the internet.
Last night critics warned that the move could mean Islamic radicals being give the freedom to encourage violence.
Some saw the move as a politically correct attempt to appease extremists who hate Britain.
It could even mean officers tolerating many activities of Muslim preachers of hate like the hook-handed cleric Abu Hamza.
Tory MP David Davies said: “This sounds like abject surrender. Everyone should be equal in the eyes of the law.
“It doesn’t matter whether someone is suspected of incitement to hatred or shoplifting – they should all face the same risk of prosecution.
“There should be no special favours or treatment for any section of the community.”
Officials insist there is no suggestion that people who have clearly committed offences will avoid prosecution.
Then, why did officials initiate this discussion? Are Muslims to be treated equally under the law with the majority population, or, per Orwell's coinage, "more equal than others?""

Anonymous said...

These fools do not understand what they have unleashed.
The word "army" means those who carry arms for war.
There are thousands of guns available to the Muslim army in Britain.
Just recently three religious Muslim radicals including a gun-toting mad-eyed and bearded jihadist, were sentenced to a pathetic 4 odd years, (as they pleaded they did not intend murder) for pouring diesel oil through the letter box of a book-publisher and attempting to burn him out. He was about to publish someone's book about the life of Aisha, the child-bride of the Muslim's founder, all of which is documented in the Islamic literature.
He is placed on a pedestal like an idol some say, for it is also said that "you can insult Islam as much as you like, but but not Muhammed."
This may explain why this brainwashing comes to the fore when books are published about him, or his life of war and preaching which spread throughout the Arabian tribes 1400 years ago, at the point of the sword.
The name "Sayful Islam" means "sword of Islam."
This is the name chosen by many who are openly, or secretly, jihadists, who intend to overthrow our Western democracies.
Any Government Agents or Ministers, that abuse the Law of the Land, and give succour or support to the jihadists in any way, are themselves guilty of treachery to the Crown, and as such are worthy of the severest of penalties when the Reckonng happens, as it shall, for no Englishman or true Briton shall allow the day to come to pass, wherein Enemies of the People are allowed to triumph against the Nation or the Crown.

Anonymous said...

http://www.facebook.com/islam.sayful

his friends also include high ranking members of the MCB (muslim council of great britain)
others include a member of Leeds council who also works for a muslim gaza organization relief fund.
An other is a SNP muslim politician. A respect councillor. and raza, who's comments state "The training is nothing! The will is everything! The will to act." Raza also calls for one Ummah, with a blood stained banner.
All these moderate muslims connected with radical islamists. Charming people.

L

jockmcdoc said...

I've been reading the developments concerning Casuals Untied and supportive as long as the events remain peaceful.

The concern that I have and I'm sure others have is whether it will stay peaceful considering the military wing of the Islamic supremacists and the left wing rabble who protects them will do their best to disrupt these protests. While others are more critical, I am more pragmatic and know from experience that the ideals we wish to live up just does not happen with the realities of life. We have to make the best of what we've got.

IMHO, certain part of Britain are beginning to resemble what Britain was like in the early middle ages when monks came here to spread Christianity, where it was wracked with anarchy and destruction as competing tribes competed for dominance. Although these monks were successful in bringing Christianity to the pagan peoples, they were faced with the problem that with the brutality of age these people could not fully live to the ideals of Christ's message of love and non-violence. Faced with this reality, these monks tried to ensure these people believed in God and as battle was nearly an everyday event in these peoples lives would pray for success in the battlefield. The kings, and his people, who served God faithfully would be blessed with visions that night before battles by various saints like Saint Columba, Saint Cuthbert or Saint Andrew to give them fortitude and hope in the battle ahead, those who did not serve God faithfully suffered defeat.

Back to today. Paul has spread the word of the dangers of the radical elements of Islam who are putting our country in danger. Those who have answered the call has been the casuals. You have to be naive in thinking that the casuals don't have 'chequered past' but if they are true in heart in rising to this challenge by serving Queen and Country, they have to realise that Her Majesty, in her role as Fidei Defensor they are also serving God as well.

It is a heavy weight on their shoulders but like their early Christian convert ancestors, if they serve God they will be granted success, if not they will be punished. Paul, I don't know how well involved you are in this movement on the ground but could you please offer them guidance and make sure they do the right thing in their service of God, Queen and Country?

Anonymous said...

Lionheart
If you were around in the seventies in Luton, would you have been marching and organising against the Southern irish community on account of the murderous bombing activity of the IRA ?

Lionheart said...

Answer that one yourself Anonymous!

Anonymous said...

If you are consistent then you would have. You had an extremist strand of republicanism and an immigrant community - just as you have now with the pakistani community and an extremist group springing from the wider group. Where is the difference ?

jockmcdoc said...

Lol Paul, this site does really attract the bumpers.

Anon, you would have to be living in a case not to know that the troubles has finished and the IRA as well as the loyalist groups have stood down military operations.

As to Irish republicianism, it's sole aim was the reunification of Ireland which is very different from elements in the Muslim community (this has nothing to do with the Pakistani community as there are black and white converts and there is this country has a small Pakistani Christian population), where elements want to otherthrow the secular democracy we live in and impose Islamic law in it's place.

The other difference is that the Republicans, apart from the bombing on mainland targets, kept their activity like 'collections for the cause' and punishment beatings in their own community which is very different from the 'street Jihadits' who prey on everybody no matter what their religion or race is.

I look forward to your reply.

Anonymous said...

The difference is obvious. The republicans wanted a united Ireland,the muslims want to kill convert or enslave the rest of us.
Urban11

Anonymous said...

The phrase "No Surrender To Al Qaeda" wan't just pulled out of someone's arse the other day. It does have a history going back to before the time when the current threat came about.

Anonymous said...

Jocmadoc - thank you for the phrase "apart from the bombing on mainland targets" - you are quite happy it seems to set aside the Birmingham pub bombings, the guildford bomb, the harrods bonmb, the warrington bomb and many others. Also 29 people were killed in the Omagh bomb, which was in Northern Ireland. I would not blame the Southern Irish community in Luton for these atrocities - it is as ludicrous as blaming the Bury park community for the actions of Al Quaida.

Anonymous said...

This fat guy below with his belly sticking out is David Tull. He has got arrested twice on anti-Islamic demos in Luton. I knew him when he, aka David Coles, ran with the National Front 2 years ago and was in league with local Blood and Honour activists. To say that the Luton demonstrators are not racist is nonsense. I was with them on the streets when they were straining to get to Bury Park. Do you think, if they got there, they could have told the difference between an "extremist" and a moderate muslim ? Of course not - they would have torn into whoever came their way - as long as they had brown skin.

Anonymous said...

Many islamic organisation had been known to spout extremist filth and are extremist in nature. and the fact that most of their greedy supporters had been mostly unsavoury asian brown skin people from asia. Many of those asian nonmoslem asian (ie indian, chinese) had been quietly directly and indirectly supported and enriched those islamic hypocrites, due to similar traits, ignorance and due to greed. Therefore, it has nothing to do with racism. It is the majority of the brown skin people that are to be blamed.
WLIL

jockmcdoc said...

Anon @ 13-Jul-2009 21:59:00

Quite obviously they way you have taken words of my post out of context shows you are trolling. I guess it is my fault for posting it in haste.

Lets clear things up, I live in the west of Scotland. I know people who came from Ulster/have relatives who live in Ulster and support for the paramilitaries are backed up with the threats of getting the door kicked in at the wee small hours to get dragged out of our bed with a gun stuck in your face or picked up and driven to a deserted country road for a 'friendly chat'.

The Irish community in this country would be 'helping' the provo's because of this and apart from terrorist operations, the provo's would be keeping a low profile and, as far as I know, keeping their criminal activities like extortion in their 'own community' for obvious reasons

Contrast this with the Muslim community with the mad mullahs preaching anti-western rhetoric, the 'street jihadist's, who while have nothing to do with Islam but use the prejudices against non-Muslims as justifications for their crime, the terrorists who want to other throw the country and the 'community leaders' who chip away trying to get more rights for their community.

It would be mad to say that these 'factions' are some part of conspiracy but due to the human dynamic they feed off each other. The community leaders tug at the liberals heartstrings in order to get more anti-discrimination legislation and allow them to keep things in their 'own community' to deal with the 'hot heads', the mad mullah's have the freedom to say more extremist rhetoric without fear of arrest, the 'street jihadists' sectarian bigoted prejudices are reinforced as well as the terrorists. It is a never ending circle with more violence and more appeasement.

You say that the Bury park community is not to blame? Are they protesting against the radical elements or appealing to the government to deal with the problem. Their silence is deafening that is until the spotlight is put on them.

WLIL said...

Indeed, it does not make sense to compare nonislamic irish communities with islamic communities. Nonislamic irish problem was a localized problem whereas islamic problem was and is a widespread problem that is affecting too many nonbelievers around the world.
WLIL

jockmcdoc said...

WLIL @ 15-Jul-2009 09:24:00

The anon poster is trolling and/or trying to cloud the issue with ethnicity. It is about religion, not ethnicity.