Today marks the tenth anniversary of the September 11 attacks in the United States, when 19 al-Qaeda Muslim terrorists hijacked four passenger jets, crashing two of them into the Twin Towers, one into the Pentagon and one into a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, killing almost 3,000 people.
“I would like you to read this article from Italian Nationalist leader Roberto Fiore about the tragic events in Norway which the British National Party, alongside all right-thinking people, condemn. Roberto makes some thought-provoking points about what led to the evil terrorist actions of Anders Behring Breivik. It’s a personal view from Roberto. The most important point that Roberto makes is, in my view, that Nationalism is about love. We must never forget that central tenet.” – Nick Griffin
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.
Conservative politicians have warned of the likelihood of an al Qaeda retaliation attack on Britain after reports of Osama Bin Laden’s death, a plausible scenario given the estimated 2,000-plus Muslim extremists living in this country because of LibLabCon immigration policies.
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 conviction of yet another Islamist under terrorism charges, British Airways worker Rajib Karim, has raised the question: how many times do Muslims have to be arrested for planning or carrying out attacks before the establishment admits there is a problem?
The Saudi Arabian government, or any Arab or Muslim state, would not allow "diversity" or the replacement of their culture and populations by white Christian British people, so why should British people have to accept it happening to them, an election rally last weekend in Barnsley was asked.
The decision to invade Afghanistan has dramatically increased terrorism in Britain and across the word, and not decreased it, as recently claimed by Tory-Labour sock puppet Chief of the Defence Staff General Sir David Richards.
The Taliban and al-Qaeda as “unbeatable” because they are the logical end result of Islamic teachings, and will present a threat to all non-Islamic peoples and countries, was what army chief General Sir David Richards “forgot” to say in his recent comments on the military situation in Afghanistan.
Mass immigration policies pursued by decades of Tory and Labour regimes have turned Britain into a nerve centre for international Islamist terrorism, as proven once again by new revelations that the Muslim terror group behind the ink jet bomb plot is operating inside the UK.