By Stephen Palmer – On the day after the elections, violent Muslims promising more terror attacks in Britain took to the streets of London, just after the verdict for the inquests into the 7/7 bombings was announced.
By Stephen Palmer – A Staffordshire war memorial has become the second in its town to be sprayed with Islamic graffiti in just over a year, but local representatives are still more concerned about how the crimes will affect the “Muslim community”.
The attack by a Kosovan Muslim on American troops in Frankfurt, Germany, has confirmed once again the clear link between mass Third World immigration, British and American foreign policy and Islamist terrorism.
The mass uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt, while being portrayed as pro-democracy protests by the controlled media, are more likely to end in Islamist takeovers and could well lay the foundation for the return of the Islamic Caliphate of old.
The worldwide Islamist Jihad, or holy war, against all things non-Muslim, has claimed another batch of innocent lives in Russia, as blame from the suicide bomb attack on Moscow’s busiest airport falls on Islamists from Chechnya.
Some Muslims who live and work in London take three months of the year “off” to go and fight for the Taliban, the far-leftist Guardian newspaper has claimed.
The successful detection of aircraft cargo bombs hidden in printer cartridges has dominated news headlines over the past few days, but once again the controlled media has ignored the real issue — namely what motivates Islamists to carry out such random attacks, writes Arthur Kemp, BNP foreign affairs spokesman and author of Jihad: Islam’s 1,300-Year War on Western Civilisation.
In yet another example of the deliberate lying which characterises the controlled media, Sky News has claimed that “Britons fund the Taliban” in a new report on the war in Afghanistan.
There is a clear link between Islam and sexual grooming and it is unacceptable in modern western countries and if Muslims will not change their medieval attitudes towards women they will have to leave, Nick Griffin MEP said in Tameside last night.
The former head of Britain’s counterterrorism unit and current United Nations Coordinator of the Al-Qaeda and Taliban Monitoring Team, echoed BNP policy when he dismissed as “rubbish” the Lib-Lab-Con argument that British military intervention in Afghanistan prevents terrorism.