Filed under: FreeBritain, Health, Islam, News, Police State | Tags: Britain, broadcast material, Corruption, Crime, death cult, FM Watkins, FreeBritain, Freedom, Human Rights, inflammatory material, Islam, Media, Muslims, News, Politics, prophet mohammed, Religion, Telegraph, Totalitarianism
The communications watchdog, Ofcom, has made a series of rulings against channels which allowed “inflammatory” material to be broadcast in breach of rules which forbid extreme opinions gaining a platform on British television.
The cases, disclosed today, include examples of an imam telling viewers that those who disrespect the prophet Mohammed should be killed, and another broadcaster saying homosexuals should be beaten and tortured.
Please note, these statements of ‘hate’ as the establishment try to paint it, are part of Islamic teachings. It is not a ‘misunderstanding of Islam’. Another command in Islam is that anyone who leaves the knuckle dragging death cult must be murdered.
You can’t leave you see. Because Islam is so peaceful you see.
Tala Rajab, the researcher who wrote the report for Quilliam, the anti-extremist think-tank, said the fresh findings by Ofcom raised serious questions over the regulation of broadcast material.
“Some of these recent incidents have been quite shocking,” he said.
“If this had happened in a mosque the police would be right in pursuing a criminal investigation. But because they are being broadcast on television channels for some reason there seems to be little appetite for looking into these extreme messages.
“If these kind of comments were made against black people, for example, you can imagine a channel being shut down overnight, particularly if they had incited violence against a minority.”
So Ofcom, the State, the Police turn a blind eye because they’re Muslims. (Although I thought inciting the murder of people is the cardinal violation of free speech). Just like they turned a blind eye to the gang raping / drugging of white girls by Pakistani Muslims, which is okay under Islam by the way.
Islam is the most despicable ideology I’ve ever studied, and I’ve probably studied them all. But to blame Islam itself is wrong. Islam is just a collection of books and pages. MUSLIMS are the issue because they identify themselves with this creed. They are telling you ‘yes I agree with the paedophilia, the rape, murder, conquest, violence, global jihad, Jizya’ etc.
Maybe you don’t believe me. That’s okay. Here are the references.
Remember, it isn’t people like me (or you) labelling them with the same brush. They are.
Just because they’ll say other things to your face, doesn’t mean they are being honest. There is an Islamic tactic of deceit called al-Takia, which is where you lie to the worthless infidels ‘you and I’ until they get close enough to dominate, similar to lying to get into someone’s home so you can rape them.
This is Islam. There is no moderate version, extremist version, happy version, ‘misunderstanders of Islam’ version or any other apologist invention that seeks to separate the openly violent Muslims with the inwardly violent ones.
This will keep happening. I wonder how many instances of Muslims committing crimes ‘in the name of Islam’ will have to occur before these establishment morons admit there is a problem that doesn’t involve ‘stupid English racists, swivel eyed loons and so on…
Filed under: Civil Liberties, Crime, Economy, European Union, Family, FreeBritain, Health, Islam, Laws & Regulations, News, Police State, Politics | Tags: Africa, Britain, Daily Express, EU, EU Commission, Europe, Immigration, Lisbon Treaty, News, Sarkozy
Where have I heard this before… And they will be entitled to benefits of course… Paid for by you.
Source: Daily Express
MORE than 50 million African workers are to be invited to Europe in a far-reaching secretive migration deal, the Daily Express can reveal today.
A controversial taxpayer-funded “job centre” opened in Mali this week is just the first step towards promoting “free movement of people in Africa and the EU”.
Brussels economists claim Britain and other EU states will “need” 56 million immigrant workers between them by 2050 to make up for the “demographic decline” due to falling birth rates and rising death rates across Europe.
Falling birthrates are a symptom of socialist anti-nuclear family and pro-single mother policies and extortionate levels of taxation. Note how you have NO SAY on this subject. One of the many benefits of living in a dictatorship.
The report, by the EU statistical agency Eurostat, warns that vast numbers of migrants could be needed to meet the shortfall in two years if Europe is to have a hope of funding the pension and health needs of its growing elderly population.
And the gravy train in the EU.
It states: “Countries with low fertility rates could require a significant number of immigrants over the coming decades if they want to maintain the existing number of people of working age.
“Having sufficient people of working age is vital for the economy and for tax revenue.”
The report, by French MEP Francoise Castex, calls for immigrants to be given legal rights and access to social welfare provision such as benefits.
Well of fucking course they do. Everyone is encouraged to go on benefits. Good excuse to expand the nanny state, and raise taxes MORE. This of course puts more pressure on the hard working people of Britain, leaving less money in their pocket and less inclined to have children. You see the vicious circle yet? It is also known as the Dialectic. Encourage a problem, and then use the consequence of that problem to push their own agenda, which is cultural Marxism, and a war by proxy on the British taxpayer, which these socialist scum know are the strongest most patriotic demographic in the country. As is the case with any nation. Hence this following quote, from another one world dickface; Continue reading
Filed under: Civil Liberties, Economy, European Union, Family, FreeBritain, Health, Laws & Regulations, News, Police State, Politics, Privacy | Tags: Britain, Daily Mail, Data Protection, Freedom Council, Law, Life, Media, News, Privacy
Source: Daily Mail
Hundreds of confidential documents detailing the personal data of tax payers were discovered strewn on a busy roundabout.
Sensitive debt recovery papers containing names, addresses, money owed, monthly payments and court hearing dates were found by motorists blowing about in the breeze.
Letters to tax payers from council bailiffs chasing up unpaid tax bills were also found on Monday at the Gallows Corner roundabout in Romford, Essex.
The documents, which date from 1992 to June this year, should have been destroyed by Havering Council.
Car shop worker Colin Iszatt told how he gathered up more than 50 documents outside the shop. He slammed the council’s blunder, saying it left tax payers open to fraud.
He said: ‘I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. There were hundreds and hundreds of these papers flying down the road.
‘What chance have we got against fraud when they’re doing this? It’s unforgivable.’
Havering Council has launched an urgent investigation but could not answer how the papers came to be at the roadside.
A spokesman said it was ‘a relatively small amount of data’ despite claims hundreds of documents were found. Continue reading
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Source: Daily Mail
Abu Qatada will no doubt argue that this is not a breach of the strict bail conditions which ban him from using a mobile telephone.
But is the fanatical preacher – once described as ‘Osama Bin Laden’s right-hand man in Europe’ – obeying the spirit, as well as the letter, of the law?
On a shopping trip this week near his London home, the 47-year-old was photographed in conversation with a friend, who then appeared to relay Qatada’s words via his mobile to another person.
An onlooker said: ‘It was clear to me that the man with the mobile phone was speaking to Qatada before speaking to the person on the other end of the phone.
‘He would speak to Qatada holding the phone in his hand away from his ear and then put it to his ear and speak to whoever was on the other end of the line.’
Qatada, who was granted asylum 15 years ago, was freed from a high-security prison in June after the courts ruled that sending him home to Jordan would breach his human rights. He has already been convicted of terror attacks and bomb plots there in his absence.
The eight-page bail order set out a series of stringent rules which placed him under virtual house arrest.
The father of five, whose family are living on benefits of an estimated £50,000 a year, is allowed to leave his rented £800,000 four-bedroom semi for just two hours a day. Continue reading
Filed under: Civil Liberties, Economy, European Union, Family, Health, Laws & Regulations, News, Police State, Politics, Privacy | Tags: Big Brother, Bill of Rights, Britain, Data, EU, EU Directive, European Data Rights, Freedom, Government, News, People, Police State, Privacy, Surveillance
Note the underlying EU Directive that is forcing this through in Britain, as the police state structure is expanded, the number of EU Directives being enforced will increase rapidly.
Source: European Digital Rights
UK government intends to oblige ISPs and telephone companies to keep Internet personal data traffic for at least 12 months and local, health authorities and lots of other public bodies are to be given access to details of everyone’s personal Internet information.
On 15 August 2008, the Home Office published a consultation paper which makes clear that the personal data will now be available for crime and public order investigations and may even be used to prevent people self-harming. Furthermore, as the measure is the result of an EU directive, the data will be made available to public investigators across Europe.
The measure will cover VOIP as well and access to personal Internet and text data will be available to all public bodies licensed under the 2000 Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA), meaning that hundreds of public bodies including local councils, health authorities, the Health and Safety Commission, the Food Standards Agency or Ofsted (the education standards watchdog), may require telecom companies to hand them over the personal data.
UK government intends to go further by introducing a draft communications bill this autumn which would require all the telecommunications companies to hand over this data to one central “super” database. The police and other public authorities will be able to access this database directly without having to make a request to the company which keeps the records.
The database had been planned to be bundled with the EU Data Retention Directive that is to be legally implemented in UK by March 2009. The consultation paper published by the Home Office is meant to transpose the Directive as a standalone statutory instrument. Laws made by statutory instruments do not need a Parliament vote. Continue reading