Foreword: I gave an interview last night which I am still waiting for the audio recording of that I was promised for this blog, with Adrian Goldberg of Talksport. The same Talksport with the extreme Islamic terrorist supporter 'gorgeous' George Galloway as one of its presenters, which says it all really about the control of the station and the message it aims to influence its listeners with.
Below is a very brief outline of what was discussed, obviously with what the author believes to be the most controversial parts taken from the interview.
We await the audio recording so that you can make your own minds up.
The cheek of it at the end, where it is implied that I should be charged with 'religious hatred' for my viewpoint, thus taking away my democratic right of 'freedom of speech'. Should we not be allowed to think and say what we like without fear or hindrance so long as we do not incite others to violence?
Many people within Great Britain agree with me, which says that I must have a very real and relevant point of view, so to call for my arrest, and close down my freedom to speak about this relevant issue that is affecting our modern society is an abhorrent act.
The art of social warfare by the Left Wing: Close down any debate that differs from their own so that nobody can hear the different viewpoint because it might make the listener think and look at the different perspective being presented and then change how they view the world around them, and in the process remove the shackles of control the Left Wing hold over their lives.
Bedfordshire police had a 3 hour interview with me whilst under arrest, during which I was completely open and honest about my views on the Islamic religion and Moslems, as the documented audio tapes state and after an 18 month investigation by them and the CPS anti-terror unit, they decided there was no case to answer.
I am not a terrorist or a subversive. I am a concerned British citizen, willing to speak his mind, and peacefully protest on the streets against the greatest threat to the British homeland since the Blitz and potential Nazi invasion during the Second World War.
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PROTESTORS - "BRIT MUSLIMS ARE ALL EXTREMISTS"
The far right group responsible for Saturday’s demo against Islamic extremism in Birmingham has revealed it’s opposition to all Muslims practising their faith in Britain. In an interview with Stirrer editor Adrian Goldberg on Talksport last night, spokesman Paul Ray also admitted their links with the BNP.
As we revealed yesterday, the protest was organised by the English (and Welsh) Defence League.
Despite the group’s claim to be non-political, it’s emerged on Indymedia that their website was set up by Chris Renton, a BNP activist who lives in Weston-super-Mare.
When EDL spokesman Ray was quizzed about this, he acknowledged Renton’s involvement, but insisted, “people’s political views are their own affair.”
During the course of the interview, it became apparent that Ray’s own view of Islamic extremism isn’t limited to suicide bombers and hook handed preachers of hate.
He argued that the Qu’ran teaches all its advocates to wage jihad or holy war in non-Muslim countries, and acknowledged that on this basis, all devout or practising Muslims in Britain, are – in his words – “at war with our country.”
When pressed, he said: “They’re ultimately engaged in converting our country to an Islamic state…that is the religious mandate of the Qu’ran that all Muslims must adhere too.”
So what of Muslims living here? Should they be banned from practising their faith – or would be they be deported?
“That’s a question for the politicians…” replied Ray, who was once investigated for 18 months by police in Bedford for allegedly inciting racial hatred on his blog Lionheart – although he was never formally charged.
He boasted that the Birmingham demonstration – and a similar event in London’s Whitechapel on the same day – marked the beginning of a new movement.
“This is only the start of people coming together to fight back against Islamic extremists on the streets”.
With the group planning a further visit to Brum on August 8, it will be interesting to see what action – if any – the Police take.
Inciting religious hatred is, of course, a crime – and an organisation which claims that every active member of a mainstream religion is waging a battle against their own country is, at best, flirting with the limits of free speech.