By Maid of Kent – Hot on the heels of the demand by the Muslim invaders of Britain that their children be given special rights to Sharia law interest-free Student Loans, which would give them an unfair financial advantage over non-Muslim students, comes an attempt by Muslim former Labour MP Shahid Malik to curtail the rights of the indigenous British people to peacefully protest on the streets of our own country.
In a letter printed in the Independent newspaper on Monday, Malik backs the ‘responsible’ and ‘legitimate’ call by the Mayor of Muslim-populated Tower Hamlets to ban a proposed demonstration by the English Defence League in that London borough.
Complaining that under existing public order legislation the Home Office has no power to ban such a demonstration, Malik then has the gall to suggest that the legislation is outdated and that ‘the time has come to amend public order legislation to allow the fullest protection for our communities’.
Citing such outlandish reasons as the recent ethnic riots, proposed police cuts, the hypothetical chance of more violence in ‘our’ communities and, beyond belief, the alleged and unproved links between the EDL and the Norwegian murderer Breivik, Malik seriously proposes that the right of the British people to peacefully protest in their own country should be ended.
While the British National Party refutes any alleged links to the EDL and does not share their political views nor supports their methods, we do defend the traditional right of any indigenous British people to protest peacefully and publicly, and this attempt by Malik to end those rights is an attack not just on the EDL but on the British people and their traditional freedoms.
Under the guise of wishing to avoid violent confrontation in the wake of the non-British ethnic riots, Malik is attempting to tar the EDL with the same lawless brush as the Black rioters who rampaged violently through our cities, even though the EDL has never threatened or caused such lawlessness or destruction.
While the British National Party knew that these Black riots would give the Liberal establishment and their Lib/Lab/Con puppet political parties the reason to impose limitations to our traditional freedoms, the right to peaceful protest among them, it has taken a Muslim to propose such draconian punishment for the British people who are entirely innocent of such savage behaviour.
While not mentioning the many Muslim demonstrations and protests, such as the one where Muslims threatened to behead the ‘infidels’ – meaning the non-Muslim population of Britain – Malik instead points to an ‘alleged’ threat from the indigenous people as reason to curtail our freedoms.
Freedoms that were paid for by the blood of our Fathers and forefathers.
Malik believes that their children and grandchildren are so blasé that they will allow the sacrifices of their ancestors to be taken away by whining Muslim immigrants and their descendants, who themselves have presented more of a threat to Britain than any indigenous people, and his suggestion that our rights be overturned in the interests of non-indigenous people reveals how little he knows of the indigenous people whose country he lives in.
By explicitly implying that demonstrations by the EDL are his concern, Malik’s statement that ‘abstract notions of freedom of expression must now be subordinate to very real notions of freedom from oppression’ reveals his true intent of destroying forever our traditional rights to freedom of expression and also shows not only how little he knows about the British people and their love of freedom above all else but also how little he knows about real oppression.
Perhaps what is most revealing about Malik’s written words is that he has no idea of what true freedom is about or the nature of democracy where people with different opinions which are peacefully expressed are encouraged – not silenced by legislation.
Perhaps the final nail in Malik’s ‘reasoned’ opinion is the argument that the cost to the police and tax payers of a demonstration by 100 or so EDL members in his former constituency of Dewsbury would be £172,000, ‘plus the community fear and anguish’.
Conveniently forgetting that the recent Black riots and subsequent destruction would have cost our country £billions and that many Muslim demonstrations would have cost far in excess of £172,000 – not to mention the threats from Muslim terrorists and the damage and loss of life in the 2005 London bombings – Malik has the cheek to argue that the presumed £172,000 cost of a demonstration by the indigenous people of Britain is an expense too far.
Seeing the cracks appearing in the multicultural fantasy created by the Lib/Lab/Cons and noting the evidence that the indigenous people will not stand idly by while their communities are violently attacked by lawless ethnic gangs has sent shivers down the spines of ethnic invaders who previously supposed that they were the only ones who would use intimidating demonstrations to display their strength and colonisation of our country.