Took their time didn’t they?

The islamic republic of Tower Hamlets has been the centre of islamic extremism and electoral corruption in the UK for at least a decade now. Blogs like this and others have been repeating the allegations and news from the area for a number of years and even the MSM has disclosed a great deal of details on what’s allegedly been going on.

As ever it seems to take a few years before the government and the political classes to catch on to what’s going on with the concerns of the general public rather than back a losing horse in the name of multi-culturalism and diversity.


A London council at the centre of an investigation into alleged fraud is also under scrutiny over its links to Islamic extremism, according to a classified government document leaked to The Telegraph.
Ministers sent inspectors to Tower Hamlets council, in east London, last week to investigate the alleged abuse of public resources to reward supporters of Lutfur Rahman, its controversial directly-elected mayor.
However, the leaked document, classified “restricted”, makes it clear there may be another, publicly unstated motive for the action — deep concern among ministers and the Prime Minister over the council’s alleged support for extremist-linked bodies.
As early as last year, the document shows, David Cameron’s task force tackling extremism and radicalisation secretly drew up a special “Tower Hamlets action plan” to address problems with the council.
MI5, police counter-terrorism command, a number of other agencies and “senior local officers” from the council itself have “discreetly” provided information about the authority, it says.
Three community centres owned by the council or its housing agency, Tower Hamlets Homes, are named as venues for extremist activity in the area’s “counter-terrorism local profile”, according to the document.
Two are used by al-Muhajiroun, a group linked to dozens of convicted terrorists. Another has been the venue for weekly meetings of the racist and separatist party Hizb ut-Tahrir, and “may still” be, the document says.

Isn’t it nice to know that those who hate the UK are being given cash, facilities and support in our communities? Now granted what an individual believes is none of anyone’s business, save only if it impinges harmfully on others, which islam tends to do in spades. Misogyny, homophobia, intolerance, corruption and separatism are not of course unique to islam, other religions have their moments too, but only islam does not play by civilised rules and insists that its way is the only way and anyone disagreeing either has to pay protection money (Jews and Christians only) or dies (everyone else) in its most basic form. That there are a lot of decent muslims out there appears to be despite their religion rather than because of it.

Yet why do I have the suspicion if say the BNP had won control over a council and had managed to persuade people to elect a BNP mayor that had they created a mess in proportion to the one in Tower Hamlets would never have gotten so far and that arrests would have been made and politicians and councillors disbarred from standing in elections? I mean I might be wrong, but somehow I doubt it as ‘ol whitey’ either tends not to be so corrupt or when they do, different rules apply, save only if they are politicians of course.

I rather expect the dog and pony show that is the islamic republic of Tower Hamlets to roll and roll as any arrests made will only be replaced by further corrupt individuals, either that or they’ll get off by playing the race card.


It’s what they do after all…

6 comments for “Took their time didn’t they?

  1. April 13, 2014 at 4:26 pm

    And across the Pond in the Land of the Free, they are just getting around to prosecuting the Islamic Major who killed a dozen or so folks at Ft Hood. He even declared he did it and was happy to have done it. It took America less time to defeat the Japanese.

    I am not one for conspiracy theories but I am slowly being dragged kicking and yelling “No, no, it can’t be, Shirley” to the view that western politicians are all in the pay of the Mullahs already. Its enough to make a chap turn Catholic. Oh, I am already.

  2. mona
    April 13, 2014 at 8:36 pm

    I heard on the BBC world service that there are about a million Nigerians in London and possibly seven hundred thousand are here illegaly looking at the numbers of sub-saharans in many other towns across the country and the huge number of non-English speakers we are a country under occupation, still we know what is important to our MPs its expenses.

  3. Ed P
    April 13, 2014 at 10:29 pm

    That’s an awful lot of “alleged” and “mights”. It’s undoubtedly an islamic enclave and Rahman is the spider in the web, but conjecture is not evidence.

    Although the UK has a massive task ahead, if it is to sort out the results of NuLab’s underhand immigration policy and attempt to regain the integrated and tolerant society we once enjoyed, it’s not going to help if the starting point is prejudice. (Personally, I have never met a muslim with extreme views, but have met many who seen civilised and tolerant. Maybe that’s because I live in the relatively affluent SE, but it gives me hope.)

  4. Viscount Rectum
    April 14, 2014 at 10:17 am

    Never met a Muslim with extreme views ? what do you think happened to Lee Rigby, yes and was not at the poor north. who are you?

    • Ed P
      April 14, 2014 at 12:21 pm

      I have never met… is a fact. I wrote that from personal experience rather than opinion.

      But obviously I know about such disgusting atrocities.

  5. Ljh
    April 14, 2014 at 10:41 am

    Ed P: never met a muslim with extreme views?
    The koran says there can be no friendship between a muslim and infidel; contact with menstruating women and dogs are contaminating, requiring ritual cleansing before your five times daily prayers; the majority of practitioners are on benefits in state housing receiving the benefits of taxation on nonmuslims decreed their just due by the book.
    So you are meeting people who have chosen to ignore the strictures of their faith and whom are despised for doing so by their community unless they claim to be practising taqqiya ie deliberate deception to further the ultimate triumph of islam.

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