The wimps from Islam4UK cancel march!


by Sunny
31st October, 2009 at 2:08 am    

Hilarious! The idiots from Islam4UK are now claiming they’ve been the subject of death threats and bomb threats and have now cancelled their march for tomorrow in central London. Message posted on their website. I’ll write more tomorrow morning but I hope the counter-marches still go ahead.


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    RT @maajidnawaz Muhajirun Muslim extremists cancel march today after huge planned Muslim counter-demo! #aym http://tinyurl.com/yk7f3z4


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  1. Andrew — on 31st October, 2009 at 3:06 am  

    Once they realised they couldn’t get more than the usual 20 out they got cold feet! I wonder what spin the Daily Express will give to this?

  2. Pounce — on 31st October, 2009 at 3:10 am  

    I take umbrage at you referring to these brothers as wimps sunny.
    Do you know how much hard work and effort Brother Choudary has to put in which to claim benefits. I mean if you look at his buffed physique here
    , you will see that all the monies that you Kafir pay in taxes has been well spent by Brother Choudary on food.
    And the real reason why the march has been put off, is that due to a medical condition Brother Choudary cannot be away from food for periods longer than 5 minutes.

  3. damon — on 31st October, 2009 at 7:37 am  

    That’s a pity. What a bunch of spoilsports.

    Actually, it says on their website that the march has been relocated not cancelled and that people should ring brother Choudary on a mobile number to find out the new start point.

  4. Boyo — on 31st October, 2009 at 8:36 am  

    Hilarious. If they can be scared off by a mix of softy liberals and half a dozen football hooligans, Sharia plainly won’t be ruling in Buckingham Palace any time soon.

  5. Sergeant Twining — on 31st October, 2009 at 9:03 am  

    Damn. My rest day was cancelled for this march. Anjem could have been a little more considerate and let us know his intentions a little bit earlier.

  6. Sergeant Twining — on 31st October, 2009 at 9:05 am  

    This clown is damaging the name of innocent Muslim people. And he is a direct cause for any threats the Muslim community are getting.

  7. Paul Hampson — on 31st October, 2009 at 11:26 am  

    Thats so funny! Wish they had of gone ahead with it though. The lefty liberalism that nuliebour have brainwashed people with to cover up their mistakes in immigration would be harder to avoid the issues that have been created. Would have just handed more support to far right parties.

  8. camilla — on 31st October, 2009 at 11:36 am  

    haha, muslims used to say “we have no fear, but the fear before Allah!”

    they just don’t want to go!
    liars? cowards? or they just definetly suppor Choudary?

  9. Sofi — on 31st October, 2009 at 12:02 pm  

    they couldnt take being upstaged :D

    oh man i wonder where they have re located to? no, hang on, thats precisely what they want. if the media play into their hands now theyre all stupid.

  10. saj — on 31st October, 2009 at 12:16 pm  

    I cant believe people have fallen for the nonsense of MI5 Anjum and his organisation how can they march when nobody support them? They are not whimps it is the job of these 5 or 6 guys to stir up trouble and disappear. This is what they always do, they have done this before.

    They never had any intention to march they just want puplicity. It is a fact that they are banned from every mosque in the country none of their members are qualified Islamic scholars they are not affiliated to any main stream muslim organisation they are dodgy!

    Many Muslims believe they are MI5 agents used as a honey trap or agent provocateurs. Ask yourselves this, why is Anjum Choudry never arrested??? Why do high profile MPs call for action against them and then nothing happens and you never hear about it ever again? Why do they only pop up at the most opportune moments cause extreme offence and then disappear again? Why are they on first name terms with the media/journalists? Why are they portrayed as if they have support from and speak for the UK Muslim community? This whole outfit stinks! http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/article1051304.ece

  11. marvin — on 31st October, 2009 at 12:36 pm  

    Many Muslims believe they are MI5 agents used as a honey trap or agent provocateurs.

    Why does this not surprise me!

    Saj, whilst of course some high profile terrorist organisations will, thank f*ckfully are somewhat infiltrated by security services, this is the absolute tiny minority of high profile figures. You don’t get ‘charismatic’ people like Anjem leading supremacist organisations.

    Opinion survey after opinion survey show disproportionately large amounts of British Muslims buying in to conspiracy theories.

    25% in a poll believed the government were involved in the 7/7 attacks. Jesus f*cking christ. I’ve been left open mouthed talking to Muslim colleagues and listening to their ideas and assertions over terrorism and Zionist influences etc. Perfectly otherwise normal chaps!

    Denial is not a river in Egypt saj…

  12. andy — on 31st October, 2009 at 12:45 pm  

    they have closed their website now

  13. Sunny — on 31st October, 2009 at 12:50 pm  

    Can someone please call ‘brother’ Choudhary and find out where the re-located march will be? I want to turn up.

    Marvin – stop frothing.

  14. andy — on 31st October, 2009 at 12:53 pm  

    i still want to go – only found out it wasnt on when i arrived in london, hoping some counter demos will still be running though

  15. gary — on 31st October, 2009 at 1:38 pm  

    iam seriously pissed off now, went out yesterday and spend 60 quid on new dms, my mates told me we could do some serious sausause sarnie bashing, bloody chickens

  16. marvin — on 31st October, 2009 at 1:45 pm  

    frothing? LOL.

    Saj says Choudry is an MI5 plant and I’m ‘frothing’!!

    Perhaps I get too annoyed when people are blown up by self-declared Muslims, then other Muslims decide to blame the Jews or the shady powers that be. Yeh. Let it pass, when has a bit of delusion, alienation or siege mentality ever hurt anyone?!

    Bloody human.

  17. cyburn — on 31st October, 2009 at 1:58 pm  

    yes the MI5/MI6 are secretly funding both Islam4UK and the EDL.

    really now.

  18. nita singh — on 31st October, 2009 at 2:38 pm  

    i also reckon they think its too early for them to come out YET

    they will wait until they grow in numbers….and then pounce – we still need to protest at the immigration of single muslim men coming through france etc – call me racist whatever i dont give a s*** – i dont trust what is going on one bit and also think its helping paving the way to a NWO – research “order out of chaos” and no i am not a conspiracy theorist but im also not a coincidence theorist – why are there so many mosques in uk? there are too many for my comfort

    dont trust this cult – all of the organisers have pakistani links / from pakistani families – when they got india split its cos they had so many numbers they wanted their own islamic state based on religion – this is proof they cant live with others

    its all tactics – and i am not convinced …. nick griffin KNOWS we are being sold out by the elite cos they think we are dumb sheep and have no respect for humanity who have to get the tube etc – cos they dont have to live down here – they’re stuck in their private planes and palaces

  19. lfc4life — on 31st October, 2009 at 2:51 pm  

    marvin

    blames jews? i blame our own government for blowing up other countries then complaining about immmigration numbers from these same countries that we just destroyed and threats of reprisals!

  20. saj — on 31st October, 2009 at 2:54 pm  

    The fact is Anjum Choudry and hi Al Muji group are an insignificant non-representative organisation with no following, grounding or qualification in Islamic Jurispudence or theology they are a bunch of uni drop outs on the dole. Yet they are made out to be the leading representative body for Uk Muslims. They are not even allowed in any mosques let alone preach in any!

    Im just saying that they simply dont make sense so why are they given so much attention nothing to do with conspriacy theories its just odd that they stir up trouble and ALWAYS disappear but are never arrested! No one seems to know whos funding them as they are not allied to or affiliated to any mosque or main stream Muslim organisation.

  21. saj — on 31st October, 2009 at 3:01 pm  

    @marvin
    25% in a poll believed the government were involved in the 7/7 attacks. Jesus f*cking christ. I’ve been left open mouthed talking to Muslim colleagues and listening to their ideas and assertions over terrorism and Zionist influences etc. Perfectly otherwise normal chaps!

    Denial is not a river in Egypt saj…

    Im not really interested in conspriacy theories in 9/11 or 7/7 not my thing!

    But you will also find much higher statistics in opinion polls of non-muslims who believe in conspriacy theories. The USA is a case in point! From JFK onwards but not interested im talking about Al Muji they represent no one but themselves and they dont number more that a couple of dozen idiots who should be arrested for incitement!

  22. Dalbir — on 31st October, 2009 at 3:04 pm  

    I can’t believe these jerks are still around and annoying people….

  23. Trofim — on 31st October, 2009 at 3:53 pm  

    lfc4life @ 18

    i blame our own government for blowing up other countries

    How do you blow up a country? It would have to be a very small country, wouldn’t it? I must check to see if Lichtenstein is still in one piece, or is it San Marino, Monaco, the Vatican City, perhaps. No, I think we would have heard if it was.

  24. lfc4life — on 31st October, 2009 at 4:02 pm  

    trofim

    i see so destroying whole societies and killing god knows how many hundreds of thousands of lives is a point of comedy for you, either you are being a dickhead on purpose or you was born that way!

  25. Naadir Jeewa — on 31st October, 2009 at 4:35 pm  

    @20, 25% of non-Muslims who spout to me their political views think 9/11 was faked. Perfectly otherwise normal chaps and chapettes!

  26. Andrew — on 31st October, 2009 at 5:12 pm  

    Who saw this junk in the Daily Express!?

    http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/137262/Uproar-as-fanatics-go-on-march-for-sharia-law-in-UK

    Al-Muhajiroun is the Muslim Tooting Popular Front and Amjem is its Wolfie Smith!

  27. marvin — on 31st October, 2009 at 5:25 pm  

    Saj, Naadir

    Trooferism in this country is nothing like in the wacko states. I’d say about 5% of population in general think it was faked. I know one (non-Muslim) person of hundreds that would express such views.

    Religious people are bound to be more susceptible to fantasy world scenarios :P

    Saj you do make good points, they have been given massive publicity for several reasons.

    The BBC have been incredibly naive by repeatedly giving this Anjem extremist hours upon hours of airtime, and the pathetic questions from the journos. When it comes to Griffin they feel safe to question his extremist views, when it comes to a brown Muslim, well, they don’t, which for me is a kind of racism, why the sodding hell shouldn’t he get a probing like Griffin. Of course there was the exception of Griffin on Radio 1. But it’s the exception in all the interviews I’ve come across.

    The BBC have repeatedly and unquestioningly referred to the Islamic Human Rights Council, which is a Koheminist outfit as simply human rights activists.

    Ironically, it’s been largely liberal-left outfits and individuals that have held up ‘moderates’ like Yousuf Qawardawi has an example to Muslims. Hamas leaders write opinion pieces in the Guardian, get interviewed by left wing rag New Statesman. You wouldn’t get interviews or opinion pieces by the more ‘moderate’ figure of the far-right i.e. Griffin in any newspaper. Yet he hasn’t called for the deaths of homosexuals or have constitution about having armed warfare with the ‘invading’ ethnics.

    Terribly lazy and or craven journalism I’d say has a lot to answer for.

  28. douglas clark — on 31st October, 2009 at 5:44 pm  

    Saj,

    You said:

    They never had any intention to march they just want puplicity. It is a fact that they are banned from every mosque in the country none of their members are qualified Islamic scholars they are not affiliated to any main stream muslim organisation they are dodgy!

    Which has always been my understanding too.

    However, in the link that Andrew provided at 8, we have this:

    Outlining their aims, Mr Choudary, who is Britain’s chief sharia law judge, said they wanted the system for everyone.

    Something wrong somewhere, surely?

  29. Don — on 31st October, 2009 at 6:02 pm  

    Don’t see that link. Can’t pretty much anyone set themselves up as a sharia judge, if they can get people to believe it? Like nutritionists.

  30. douglas clark — on 31st October, 2009 at 6:06 pm  

    Don,

    Oops @ 24!

    (How the heck did I do that!)

    Yes I suppose you can. It seems a tad self aggrandising to me though if the only people that seem to believe it are journalists.

  31. Don — on 31st October, 2009 at 7:20 pm  

    Bloody hell! The Express … I’m lost for words.

  32. Don — on 31st October, 2009 at 7:35 pm  

    Thanks for picking that up, Douglas. How the hell can The Express get away with making that claim? He’s a struck-off solicitor living on benefits who once claimed to be an assistant sharia judge and has zero standing. That’s not just getting it wrong, it’s Bizzaro World.

  33. Sunny — on 31st October, 2009 at 7:57 pm  

    Marvin – I’d say you sound like the Daily Express. Perhaps you should stop reading that too much? You know? Get some fresh air?

  34. lfc4life — on 31st October, 2009 at 8:14 pm  

    post 25 marvin

    your a lunatic dude, on one hand you say bbc gives choudry air time and don’t grill him but when they give griffin air time they grill him too much!

    What do you want an all white britian by any chance?

  35. KB Player — on 31st October, 2009 at 8:53 pm  

    The wimps from Islam4UK cancel march

    They thought Yasmin Alibhai-Brown would beat them to a pulp.

    But how disappointing these warriors for God are. As bad as Nick Griffin whining about how nasty the BBC were to him. He’s supposed to be an Anglo-Saxon house carl, isn’t he?

  36. Sajn — on 31st October, 2009 at 10:00 pm  

    “Outlining their aims, Mr Choudary, who is Britain’s chief sharia law judge, said they wanted the system for everyone.”

    This is the biggest load of bollocks among all the crap that is printed about this fool.

    Firstly there is no Sharia Court in the UK so how one gets to be a judge is beyond me. Secondly in order to be able to issue a judgement (or fatwa) one normally needs to be a scholar of some standing. I say normally as it has been known for less knowledgeable preachers to issue fatwas but this guy doesn’t qualify as a scholar.

    Most of the mainstream Islamic organisations will have a number of scholars who are consulted or asked to give an opinion upon issues of Islamic law but as yet there is single body in the UK that represents all the different Muslim groups.

  37. marvin — on 1st November, 2009 at 11:37 am  

    Sunny perhaps you should stop reading rags like the New Statesman. When you read shite like that, everybody seems like they are the Express old bean. It’s like everyone is like, cattle, y’know? :P

    when they give griffin air time they grill him too much!

    No, I think they grill him about right. A lot. ALL extremist twats should be grilled to well done.

    The Express. Britain’s top sharia judge. Hahahaha. They’re taking the piss. And they know how to rile their readers. Still it could be a simple mistake. Like when the Guardian managed to leave off all of the Israelis from the Nobel Peace prize list!

  38. Don — on 1st November, 2009 at 12:14 pm  
  39. Sunny — on 1st November, 2009 at 2:43 pm  

    marvin – let us know when you’ve come down to planet earth and stopped worshipping at the altar of melanie phillips. then you may become worth debating

  40. Naadir Jeewa — on 1st November, 2009 at 2:51 pm  

    Can someone tell Mel to commit suicide if she’s following her logic to its own conclusion. Since Britain once criminalised homosexuality and did not give women the franchise, she can only conclude that every British citizen is a religious fundamentalist in a suit.

  41. marvin — on 1st November, 2009 at 3:27 pm  

    Old Mel gets the blood boiling eh. Well I don’t read her overly paranoid rantings. I’m pretty much a right leaning centrist.

    At your altar, the Guardian, today fiercely tackles the root causes of violent extremism facing Britain today with The internet has done for Scientology. Could it rumble the Muslims, too?. Oops sorry got my words mixed up. Scientology? Fair game. Christianity? Fair game. Islam? It’s fucking brilliant isn’t it! Let’s blog it!, with Madeline Bunting ‘framing the debate’. Gosh they’re terribly trendy at the Guardian!

    Is Ed Hussain still regarded as a turn coat right winger? Must be confusing with his recent article on Mel.

  42. Don — on 1st November, 2009 at 4:43 pm  

    Marvin,

    The article on Scientology was about, mostly, scientology. Hynde suggested ‘other religions’ should be held to the same standards of scrutiny and gave one, brief, example. The example was that of the religion with which she is presumbly most familiar, which permeates her culture and which is of current interest because of the attempts by Rome to poach bigots from the CofE.

    Should she have stipulated every religion that she had in mind? It wasn’t too difficult to work out that it was a generic call for hard-nosed questions about religous truth-claims.

    Come to think of it, other than the divine origins of the Qur’an, what truth claims does Islam make that are obviously ridiculous? Ethically it is very open to dispute but I’m not aware that it goes in for walking on water or virgin births. Or intergalactic emperors.

    I don’t accept that when a (former/lapsed/cultural) christian criticises christianity then that is somehow invalidated if they don’t drag islam into it as well. I know it is not the case with you, but that claim is most often an example of ‘fatwa envy’ and can get quite tedious.

    Pretty soon I will be grumping to anyone who’ll listen about ‘bloody christmas’. Do I need to have a pop at Eid as well to avoid charges of dhimmitude?

    As for Bunting…

  43. The Quen of Fiddlesticks — on 1st November, 2009 at 4:45 pm  

    marvin
    I agree, but why just Islam as violent extremism?
    why not AALLLL beliefs ? including judaism and sikhism ….

  44. Naadir Jeewa — on 1st November, 2009 at 4:59 pm  

    Or rather all “sacred” beliefs can allow for violent extremism, whether that’s the nation (e.g. fascism, Baa’thism), ideology (e.g. Marxism-Leninism, scientific racism) or religion.

  45. The Quen of Fiddlesticks — on 1st November, 2009 at 5:07 pm  

    yeah I was just thinking that…since I keep geeting these strange recorded phone messages from the repulican party about evil obama and the dangerers of the democratic party ….
    add them and socalisim to the list

  46. marvin — on 1st November, 2009 at 5:10 pm  

    It’s just rather predictable stuff Don and best boring… I don’t froth at the mouth about dhimmitude, as Sunny imagines I do :)

    The BBC, and my left wing friends, will get openly angry about Christian or Scientology nutters. But never Muslim nutters! They seem to think it’s racist to do so, and anybody who does must be a racist!

    The attitude to race in general in this country is problematic – we virtually never talk about it, not freely and openly, as they do in the states. The Politics show can get yanked from iplayer – for referring to Diane Abbot and Michael Portillo as the chocolate hob nob and custard cream of politics. Racist biscuit symbolism!

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/columnists/article-1224350/VINCE-CABLE-Its-prejudice-like-Nick-Griffins-offensive–jokes-HobNobs.html

    I get annoyed at these silly attitudes where people are treading on egg shells for no reason at all!

    QofF, yes all beliefs should be challenged – the most dangerous first and foremost. So I think there should be more of an onus on violent Islamist ideology which is an ongoing threat. But it’s difficult in this country to get people to talk about things that have a relation to people with brown skin. Cos they are scared of being labelled racist! We’re lacking in confidence about what’s right and what’s wrong.

  47. marvin — on 1st November, 2009 at 5:13 pm  

    I keep geeting these strange recorded phone messages from the repulican party about evil obama and the dangerers of the democratic party

    That sounds really creepy! GOP Halloween special?

  48. Naadir Jeewa — on 1st November, 2009 at 5:20 pm  

    I just happen to be reading about Burke, who once said of the French Revolution:

    “It is a war between the partisans of the ancient, civil, moral, and political order of Europe, against a sect of fanatical and ambitious atheists which means to change them all. It is not France extending a foreign empire over other nations: it is a sect aiming at universal empire, and beginning with the conquest of France.”

  49. marvin — on 1st November, 2009 at 5:39 pm  

    You’ve ruined the plot now Naadir, I’ve got a copy of Reflections on the Revolution in France by Burke on my bedside table!

  50. Sunny — on 1st November, 2009 at 6:36 pm  

    The BBC, and my left wing friends, will get openly angry about Christian or Scientology nutters. But never Muslim nutters! They seem to think it’s racist to do so, and anybody who does must be a racist!

    you’re sooooooo right marvin! I’ve never read anything critical about Muslims at the Guardian or on the BBC!

    thanks for opening my eyes dude!

  51. Naadir Jeewa — on 1st November, 2009 at 6:53 pm  

    Well, blame Fred Halliday for quoting the best bits in Rethinking International Relations. Halliday considers Burke to be a proto-Gramscian, basically enunciating ideas of hegemony.

    What’s important here, is that you have to understand global jihadism as a struggle over hegemony within Islam. It is not that Islam is inherently more political than Christianity, in effect, it was never as close to the state as Christianity was, a position that jihadists wanted to reverse after the failures of secular postcolonialism.

    Also, treating Islam as a uniform bloc, leaves you unable to detect certain new trends. Jihadism is on the decline (although it’s on the rise in Yemen and Somalia), many of the online forums are now dead, and some jihadi leaders are openly recanting their extremism (and backing it up with verse and hadith), which the US has been helping to promote under “strategic communications” operations.

    So discussing extremism on the grounds that it’s an inherent part of what “brown people” believe brings you immediately into dangerous terrain. It can easily slip into racism, but above all, the incorrect diagnoses, like Dubya’s crusades, make for the worst public policy prescriptions, and ignore what really works (and what has really disempowered Anjem).

  52. BenSix — on 1st November, 2009 at 6:54 pm  

    Marvin, set yourself youtubewards, and you’ll find an eccentric quartet of Ann Cryer, Maajid Nawaz, Douglas Murray and, er, Nicky Campbell “probing” Choudary on The Big Questions. Your criticism of other people’s “delusion” would be a lot easier to accept if you showed just a little more regard for facts yourself.

  53. Faisal — on 1st November, 2009 at 7:22 pm  

    Give me Thomas Paine’s radical intellect rather than Edmund Burke’s stodgy conservatism, any day.

  54. Naadir Jeewa — on 1st November, 2009 at 8:33 pm  

    I much prefer Jefferson banging on about how the tree of liberty needs to be refreshed every generation with the blood of patriots and tyrants, a statement which gun-touting Glenn Beckists take literally.

  55. notoislam3 — on 4th January, 2010 at 6:44 pm  

    islam is a stinking, bloated pig, and choudary is one of its biggest tits. Get out of the west if you hate us so bad. Go back to your third world shit holes and leave our countries alone. No one has invited you here. No one WANTS you here.

  56. the truth — on 4th January, 2010 at 9:11 pm  

    lets rid our country of one of the biggest crimes in our country MUSLIM HEROIN DEALERS yes they are everywhere in every town city . lets do what china did DEATH BY INJECTION .

  57. Leeds101 — on 4th January, 2010 at 9:59 pm  

    He’s just an idiot. Hopefully the decent muslims will deal with him, fast.

  58. UKNot4Islam — on 4th January, 2010 at 11:23 pm  

    Just when you think these evil-minded thugs can’t get any lower they reveal where they have ‘relocated’ their protest march to: the honourable and respectful town of Wooton Bassett. This town is just down the road from RAF Lyneham where the repatriated bodies of servicemen who have lost their lives on active duty defending our nation are ceremonially paraded through the town. Thousands of locals have turned out time and time again to pay their respects.

    Now these thugs want to exercise ‘their democratic right’ to march in protest, insulting as they go every single serviceman who has been killed. Not only that but they want to insult every single member of the Wooton bassett community by insisting that they are all sympathisers and so ‘have blood on their hands.’

    These extremists should never have been given the legal right to remain here. Most of them did so on the basis that their radical views would get them hanged or beheaded in their own countries yet we are supposed to give them ‘human rights’ and turn the other way? Yeah, right!

    No, the decent muslims will not deal with these thugs, if they were going to they would have done it a long time ago. That is why this march must not be allowed to go ahead be it in WB, in London, be it anywhere in the UK.

  59. mick — on 5th January, 2010 at 12:37 am  

    i hope the Australian krudd government are watching this though they were recently blackmailed by a boat load of refugees who were Australian citizens within two weeks.I think its time to stop worrying about global warming and face facts.there is a bigger risk to humanity on this planet and it comes with a instruction manual.Good luck to you true english,we”l fight em on the beaches etc etc etc.and god bless the families of true heros who have given their lives not just for the British but all of the free world.cheers

  60. mick — on 5th January, 2010 at 12:41 am  

    and you wont get any from the middle east.not if they have brothers

  61. John Jones — on 5th January, 2010 at 12:50 am  

    As much as you might not like what they are doing in their march, you should not stop them from their peaceful protest.

    One of the fundamental rights in this country that we still have (sort of) is that of peaceful protest.

    If we disallow muslims from protesting against the slaughter of their people then where does it stop.. ?
    Do we also stop people protesting against the EU because don’t agree with that ? Whats next.

    The right for peaceful protest should be upheld above all else in any democratic society.

  62. mick — on 5th January, 2010 at 12:54 am  

    these people wouldnt know the meaning of peace mate.

  63. mick — on 5th January, 2010 at 12:56 am  

    within 20 years you british will be fighting for your lives in your own country

  64. reubern — on 5th January, 2010 at 10:54 am  

    if theres any1 to blame 4 all this crap,blame the goverments that started wars and caused injustice in the weaker countries,

  65. mick — on 5th January, 2010 at 1:35 pm  

    boo bloody hoo mate.will you be there when the scum march in the name of islam4uk.will you be brave enough to look your children and grandchildren in the eyes and say you did nothing when your country was stolen by true racists and war mongers.

  66. Dan — on 5th January, 2010 at 2:14 pm  

    They should have gone ahead with their demo, then the whole of the country could have gone along and set all the nations dogs on them, after giving them a good kicking.

  67. Paul — on 5th January, 2010 at 6:12 pm  

    Those idiots should be deported and the Government needs to do something and very soon. It’s time that we got out country back.

  68. Keith Armstrong — on 6th January, 2010 at 12:11 pm  

    Choudray gets £25,000 a year in Benefit.
    If he is able to march, then he is able to work, preferably in Afghanistan.
    Time to stop all these black kuffars from livinhg of our taxes whilst attacking us in the ways they do.

  69. Don — on 6th January, 2010 at 12:23 pm  

    kuffars?

  70. andrew molly meloy — on 6th January, 2010 at 3:56 pm  

    there is no way christians and muslims can co excist together,the koran tells these morons what to do and they do it murdering scum bags

  71. wobblybobbly — on 7th January, 2010 at 10:22 am  

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/8441499.stm

    i love the sign in this piece! if you can’t (or can’t be bothered to) open it, it says “muslims against western values”. muslims living where..? oh, in the west…!
    ****s!

  72. Dave — on 7th January, 2010 at 2:12 pm  

    fucking dirty paki bastards

  73. MiriamBinder — on 7th January, 2010 at 2:45 pm  

    Feel better now you have that bit of non-constructive argument of your chest?

  74. Rumbold — on 7th January, 2010 at 6:13 pm  

    #72. Are you now? There was no need to tell us that. Some things are best kept behind closed doors.

  75. Simon — on 7th January, 2010 at 7:25 pm  

    erm …Dave …ref your colourful remarks.

    How sad? Four words that do nothing to ad to the debate other than entrench those you appear to be criticizing. I must believe you are a lot smarter than that..?
    It takes an astonishingly perverse act of will to publish such vile comments. I’ll pray for you but just in case that doesn’t work can I respectfully suggest a long dose of therapy .. you’re just too angry.

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