Saturday, 21 March 2009

All homosexuals should be stoned to death, says Muslim preacher of hate

All homosexuals should face stoning to death, a Muslim preacher of hate declared yesterday.

Anjem Choudary, the firebrand cleric who wants to see Britain ruled by Sharia law, said such a regime was the only way to fix the country's ills. Under it, adulterers and homosexuals would be killed by stoning. Asked if that would include anybody - even a Cabinet minister such as Business Secretary Lord Mandelson - Choudary responded with an astonishing diatribe.


Do I need to make any comment apart from this is whats in store if people do not start voting BNP. We have an openly gay Liberal councillor on Merseyside, Steve Radford who is very opinionated on this matter as regards their sexuality. I wonder seeing he is the "ambassador" for openness and anything multicultural whether he would have these kind of people working alongside him with their views.

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  1. Gypsy 'foster parents' chained teenage girl up and used her as sex slave A couple have been jailed for holding a 15-year-old girl captive on a travellers camp and making her a teenage sex slave. Scrap dealer David Cooper, 36, systematically abused the schoolgirl physically and sexually over four months after taking her to a travellers' campsite with his girlfriend Kerry Hobson, 28

  2. Islam has always dictated death to homosexuals. What people do behind closed doors is their business, let us not forget some of the very best Nationalists have been homosexuals. Martin Webster a true patriot with a brilliant mind and guts to match being one of the many we have in the Nationalist cause.

  3. We'll fight Brown on the beaches

    D-Day veterans angry at 'politicisation' of anniversary



  5. BAILED-OUT Royal Bank of Scotland is creating hundreds of jobs in India —...


    Minister's £60,000 expenses for parents' home: 'Rumbled' Tony McNulty drops claim... then calls for it to be curtailed

    Sudden U-turn: Tony McNulty
    Another Labour Minister has been caught out in an expenses scandal after effectively admitting he had been wrong to claim £60,000 of taxpayers’ money for a property which is his parents’ main home – not his.
    Employment Minister Tony McNulty performed a dramatic U-turn and announced he had stopped claiming the controversial MPs’ second-home allowance after being challenged by The Mail on Sunday.
    Even more astonishingly, he said that 132 MPs who, like him, live within 60 miles of Westminster should be banned from getting the £24,000-a-year handout.
    Mr McNulty and his wife, chief schools inspector Christine Gilbert, have a combined annual income of a third of a million pounds and between them own two London homes worth £1.2million.
    They live together in a house she owns just three miles from Westminster. Yet he has been claiming up to £14,000 a year in parliamentary expenses to help pay for the second house in Harrow where his parents live, 11 miles from the Commons.
    The MP has been able to obtain the money because the house he owns is in his Harrow constituency and so qualifies him for the second-home allowance. Initially, when Mr McNulty was approached by this newspaper on Friday he pointed out: ‘It is all within the rules.’
    But later, he changed his tune. When it was put to him, ‘Do you accept it all looks very odd?’, he replied: ‘I do.’
    He then compared his own unconvincing defence with that made by Nazi war criminals at the Nuremberg trials, who said they were ‘only obeying orders’.
    ‘It’s not against the rules – though I suppose you might say that is the Nuremberg defence,’ he observed.
    He then suddenly announced that he had decided to stop claiming the allowance, which he has benefited from ever since becoming an MP in


  7. Lawyers use NHS as £100m cash cow
    Lawyers are earning £800 an hour and taking 'indefensible' fees of tens of millions of pounds in legal disputes

    Well Well Well!

  8. Lawyers get more than victims in NHS compensation scandal
    Taxpayers are shelling out tens of millions of pounds on ‘no-win, no-fee’ claims


  9. New Labour" - the biggest con trick ever inflicted on the British.
    After 11 years of Blair and Brown all we have is an economy in melt down, crime ridden streets, a health service which is appalling ( I know because I was given a choice recently, pay privately or die), an education system that turns out a stream of moronic thugs, and a country over run by foreign workers and terrorists.
    Brown & Blair should stand trial for what they have done to this once great nation.


    Minister in charge of offshore clampdown ran tax haven firm

    Robert Watts and Jon Ungoed-Thomas
    THE government minister in charge of stamping out corporate tax avoidance has himself set up a business in the tax haven of Bermuda. Lord Myners, already under fire for approving Sir Fred Goodwin’s massive pension from Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), was part-time chairman of an offshore company which avoided more than £100m a year in taxes.

    Details of Myners’s involvement in Aspen Insurance Holdings (AIH) have emerged as Gordon Brown seeks to win the backing of heads of government to prise open tax havens at a meeting of the G20 in London on April 2


    Merseyside policeman Steve Bettley sacked after BNP membership probe

    A MERSEYSIDE police officer named in a leaked list of British National Party (BNP) members has been sacked.

    Pc Steve Bettley was included in the list of the far right party’s entire membership register which was leaked on an internet blog.

    The officer, who was briefly the driver for chief constable Bernard Hogan Howe, has been suspended from duty since the list became public last November.

    A Merseyside Police spokeswoman said today: “A Merseyside Police misconduct panel has dismissed Constable Steve Bettley after concluding he had knowingly been a member of the British National Party from March 2007 and up to March 2008.”

    The spokeswoman added: “In determining their findings, the panel confirmed there was no evidence that Pc Bettley had ever displayed any racist views or discriminatory behaviour in the workplace.

    “The panel determined that Pc Bettley’s membership of the BNP is a clear breach of lawful orders and police regulations as the party’s views are incompatible with the duties and values of the Police Service.”

    A ban on serving police officers joining the BNP was introduced by the Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo) in 2004.

    Merseyside Police Federation, which represented Pc Bettley at the misconduct hearings, said he accepted his name was on the BNP list but he denied being a member of the party.

    He said he was enrolled in the party by a family member without his knowledge and he planned to appeal against the dismissal.

    A spokesman for Merseyside Police Federation said: “We are disappointed with the finding and sanction of the misconduct panel and do not believe that there is any evidence presented to the panel which would indicate that he was knowingly a member of the BNP.

  12. Merseyside’s Deputy Chief Constable Bernard Lawson said: “Merseyside Police is committed to tackling discriminatory behaviour and building good race relations across Merseyside.


  13. Throughout this process the force has consulted with the Black Police Association and the Independent Advisory Group.”


  14. Vinny Tomlinson, chairman of the Merseyside Black Police Association (MBPA), said: “The aims and objectives of the British National Party are totally incompatible with the duties and values of the British police service


  15. Institutional racism has not been eradicated from UK policing, despite some views expressed to the contrary, but the dismissal of Pc Bettley represents a significant seminal moment in the history of Merseyside Police that bodes well for the future.


    Remembrance Day, 11.35pm: MP Griffiths is having sex with naked brunette in his Parliament office

    DRESSED TO THRILL: MP's secret lover INSIDE his office

    A SENIOR Labour MP cheated on his wife in a midnight sex romp INSIDE the House of Commons.
    Former minister Nigel Griffiths, a close friend of Prime Minister Gordon Brown, cavorted with a naked brunette in his Parliamentary office on Remembrance Day.

    Then the shamed MP, 53, LIED about the shock breach of Commons Rules of Conduct, branding our story “outrageous.” Now he stands accused of bringing the House into disrepute.

    Griffiths could not have chosen a more shameful date for his sordid House of Commons sex romp— Remembrance Day.

    On the very day Britain was honouring its fallen heroes, Griffiths—a former Deputy Leader of the House—dishonoured the Mother of Parliaments and disgraced his privileged position.

  17. 'You are fighting a religious war against gentiles': What rabbis told Israeli soldiers in Gaza war

    Rabbis in the Israeli army told battlefield troops in January's Gaza offensive that they were fighting a 'religious war' against gentiles, it has been revealed.
    An army commander wrote of the shocking command in an Israeli newspaper today - one day after it emerged that Israeli soldiers were told they could kill innocent civilians during the war.
    'Their message was very clear: we are the Jewish people, we came to this land by a miracle, God brought us back to this land and now we need to fight to expel the gentiles who are interfering with our conquest of this holy land,' the commander said.
    Fierce: An Israeli mobile artillery unit fires a shell towards Gaza in January
    The account by Ram, a pseudonym to shield the soldier's identity, was published by the left-leaning Haaretz newspaper in the second day of revelations that have rocked the Israeli military.

    They were leaked from a February 13 meeting of armed forces members to share their Gaza experiences.

    Some veterans, alumni of an Israel Defence Force (IDF) military academy, told of the killing of civilians and their impression that deep contempt for Palestinians pervaded the ranks of the Israeli forces.
    The institution's director, Danny Zamir, confirmed that Thursday's published accounts were authentic.
    In longer excerpts in its Friday 'Week's End' edition, the daily quoted 'Ram' as saying his impression of the 22-day operation was 'the feeling of an almost religious mission'.

  18. Birkenhead MP Frank Field warns of riots over money crisis

  19. If only I were a British citizen dear brothers, I would be right there, side by side, with you. God save the Queen and that blessed plot of land called England. Though I am American, I pray for my ancestral homeland and my distant brothers. God bless you all and may He give you courage in times of darkness.