Wednesday, 11 May 2016


More pearls cast to the two-legged swine!

Lord "God" Cromer:  

“Pan-Islamism almost always connotes an attempt to regenerate Islam on Islamic lines—in other words, to revivify and stereotype in the twentieth century the principles laid down more than a thousand years ago for the guidance of a primitive society that crystallization of the civil, criminal, and canonical law into one immutable whole, which has so largely contributed to arrest the progress of those countries whose populations have embraced the Moslem faith.”

In 1908, racist and fascist Lord "God" Cromer, British High Commissioner in occupied Egypt, wrote “very revealingly in the last chapter of his book, “Modern Egypt”, that England was prepared to grant eventual political freedom to all of her colonial possessions "as soon as a generation of intellectuals and politicians impregnated with the ideals of English culture, through an English education, were ready to assume power, but under no circumstance the British Government will tolerate for one moment an independent Islamic State."

This was mentioned /quoted in “Islam in theory and practice” 1967 by Maryam Jameelah (Margaret Marcus, a Jewish revert to Islam).

Lord "God" Curzon: “The situation now is that Turkey is dead and will never rise again, because we have destroyed its moral strength, the Caliphate and Islam.”

Lord "God" Curzon:We must put an end to anything which brings about any Islamic unity between the sons of the Muslims. As we have already succeeded in finishing off the Caliphate, so we must ensure that there will never arise again unity for the Muslims, whether it be intellectual or cultural unity.


David Carus - A People's History

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   Suliman Gani and Zac Goldsmith

Suliman Gani and Zac Goldsmith
 Ken Loach attacks EU and praises Corbyn in Cannes


Tuesday, 1 December 2015



Wednesday, 26 January 2011

Science and Islam, Jim Al-Khalili - BBC Documentary


 It is in this context that we can understand what Muslims are going through on a daily basis!

* DAVID CAMERON IS BLACKWATER-XE, AL-QAEDA, ISIS, IS, ISIL,... because US-ISRAEL, including his country, created all of them, are linked to them, financed and supported them...including their presstitutes!

* ANTISEMITIC DAVID CAMERON? He hates Muslims and scores of millions more Muslims are of Semitic origin than "Jews"!  According to Arthur Koestler "Jews" are for the most part non Semitic!  He and his wife got murdered for saying that in a book!  By the Judaics, obviously!

* RACIST DAVID CAMERON?  He is a Muslim hater, but an Israel Apartheid and Ethnic Cleansing lover and a Zionist!

* FASCIST DAVID CAMERON?  Only Fascists are known to always be right like Mussolini or the Judaic Lobby, for example!

  N.B. Is David Cameron not Judaic himself?  Anyway, I do not even know who that "Suliman Gani" is? If he is in dirty (filthy) British politics, I do not even want to know him or about him!  This is what happens even when Muslims accept to be the slaves of the establishment! 

But, the vicious attack was on Muslims and Islam!

And I do not give a damn whether David Cameron apologizes or not!   He did it deliberately just like the corporate media does all day and night long as part of the Judaic, Illuminati and Zionist Agenda for world domination! 

But, of course, I will support any appeal, or sign any petition, which by the way is totally USELESS!

David Cameron must apologize to Suliman Gani

We are friends of Suliman Gani, a British citizen, Muslim community organiser and human rights campaigner, and in recent weeks we have watched his good name being dragged through the dirt by the Conservative Party's efforts to inflict damage on Labour's Mayoral campaign. First Zac Goldsmith called him "one of the most repellent figures in this country", which deeply shocked and distressed us, then, at Prime Minister's Questions, David Cameron called him a supporter of Islamic State (IS), which is completely untrue. In fact this poster shows he was on a panel speaking about the 'evils' of ISIS earlier this year. A piece of evidence the PM chooses to ignore.
Some parts of the media have criticised Zac Goldsmiths’s campaign as racist, but there has been no apology from him or from the Prime Minister to Suliman, the real victim of this smear campaign. It is a very serious thing to call a Muslim an extremist and terrorist sympathiser in today's world and it appalls us that they have used the reputation of our gentle friend Suliman as collateral damage in their dirty campaigning, without caring that there is not a a single shred of proof to back their assertion. We worry that without an apology and a full retraction from the Prime Minister, he and his family are put at great risk. Please read our petition to the PM below and join us, friends of Suliman, in demanding a full apology.
In an open letter to Downing Street journalist Peter Oborne calls for an immediate apology to Mr Gani
Suliman's friends: Joanne MacInnes, Joy Hurcombe, Dr David Nicholl, Anna Perera, Andy Worthington, Ray Silk, Helen White, Imogen Tranchell

Full message:
On 20th April, during Prime Minister’s Question Time, David Cameron made a damaging and unfounded allegation about Suliman Gani, a British citizen, a teacher and broadcaster, and the former imam of Tooting Islamic Centre, which we call on him to retract.
Seeking to undermine Labour's Mayoral candidate Sadiq Khan, he said that Khan had shared platforms with extremists, and proceeded to name Suliman Gani, describing him as a supporter of Islamic State (IS). Nothing could be further from the truth. Suliman Gani is a man of peace and a campaigner for human rights who has spoken out publicly against the evils of IS and has regularly engaged in events designed to bring different faiths together.

This personal, disgraceful attack on a well-known and widely respected figure in the Muslim community was made using parliamentary privilege and if expressed outside Parliament would be regarded as defamatory and libellous. 

 It has caused great distress to Suliman Gani and his family, as well as the many members of the Muslim community and other communities who know him. The Prime Minister must follow the code of conduct for all government ministers, including himself, which he updated last October. Paragraph 1.2.c states: “It is of paramount importance that ministers give accurate and truthful information to Parliament, correcting any inadvertent error at the earliest opportunity. Ministers who knowingly mislead Parliament will be expected to offer their resignation.” 
 The Prime Minister must retract his words and issue a full and unreserved apology in the House of Commons at the earliest opportunity.

Please support this appeal from friends of Suliman Gani.

David Cameron keeps accusing this British citizen of supporting ISIS - but did he?

David Cameron today stood by his claim that a British citizen was a supporter of Islamic State, despite providing no evidence

David Cameron has been accused of misleading MPs, breaking the ministerial code and smearing a British Muslim by accusing him of supporting Islamic State.
The Prime Minister accused Imam Suliman Gani of being a supporter of Islamic State during PMQs last month.
He used the claim to launch a crude and blistering attack on Sadiq Khan , whom he said "shared a platform with him" on nine occasions.
The accusation has prompted life-long Tory columnist Peter Oborne to write a furious open letter to Mr Cameron, calling on him to withdraw the claim and apologise to Mr Gani.
But does Suliman Gani actually support Islamic State? And what evidence has David Cameron got to prove it?
Here's what you need to know.

What did David Cameron say?

He said: “Suliman Gani - the honourable member for Tooting has appeared on a platform with him 9 times. This man supports IS.

Did anyone else pile in?

Yes. Zac Goldsmith piled in.
Here's what he had to say: "To share a platform nine times with Suliman Gani, one of the most repellent figures in this country, you don’t do it by accident."
This was shortly before it emerged that Mr Gani had been invited by the Conservative Party to an event at which Mr Goldsmith spoke.
And that he'd posed for a photo with him.

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  Suliman Gani and Zac Goldsmith
Suliman Gani and Zac Goldsmith

Is David Cameron sticking by his accusation?

PA David Cameron
Yes. A spokesperson for the Prime Minister told the Mirror today: "The Prime Minister stands by the comments he made about Suliman Gani in the House on 20 April."

When does he say Mr Gani supported IS?

According to Number 10, Mr Gani called for an Islamic State at an event in Bradford on November 13th, 2015, the night of the Paris terror attacks.

Is that true?

No. He didn't speak at an event in Bradford on November 13th, 2015.

He did speak at an event in Bedford that night. But, as far as we can tell, he didn't call for an Islamic State. He did say this though:
"We respect, tolerate, live in a society which is multicultural, but wherever we are living - it does not matter in which part of the world - the role model will always remain the Prophet Mohammed."

Are you sure?

Philip Coburn / Mirrorpix Iman Suliman
Iman Suliman
You can check for yourself. The whole event is on YouTube, here . We've listened to every statement he made in the Q&A session available from the event, and can't find anything that could be construed as a call for an Islamic State.
We've asked Number 10 for a specific quote, but they had not responded at the time of publication.

How's it gone down?

Not well at all.
Mr Gani released a statement which said:
"For the avoidance of any doubt, I state again that Islamic State is in no way compatible with my beliefs. I condemn IS wholeheartedly, and have done so repeatedly in public and in private since its inception.
"This allegation that has been made about me is a smear on my good name. It is highly distressing to me, my family, and to those who know me."
He called for Mr Cameron to withdraw the remarks and apologise.

PA David Cameron
David Cameron
And life-long Tory columnist Peter Oborne yesterday wrote an open letter to David Cameron , accusing him of misleading MPs over Mr Gani's support for IS.
In the letter, published on the Middle East Eye website , he wrote:
"To sum up, the prime minister has made a very serious charge against a British citizen – namely that that he supports IS, the most notorious terror group in the world.
"Neither he nor his spokespeople ...have been able to provide a scintilla of evidence to support this claim. Since he is unable to provide the evidence, I believe the prime minister must urgently withdraw his false and profoundly damaging assertion about Mr Gani."
He goes on to note that the Ministerial Code requires ministers who inadvertently mislead the house to correct the record as soon as possible.
(Could I remind you of paragraph 1.2.c of the Ministerial Code. It states that: “It is of paramount importance that ministers give accurate and truthful information to Parliament, correcting any inadvertent error at the earliest opportunity. Ministers who knowingly mislead Parliament will be expected to offer their resignation.” The prime minister will be familiar with the contents of the Ministerial Code, since he wrote a foreword to it.
It is essential that the prime minister acts as quickly as possible. As you yourself seem to imply by directing me to the prime minister’s political office, he made this allegation against Mr Gani as a partisan ploy designed to gain votes for the Tory candidate Zac Goldsmith in the London elections. It would be utterly discreditable – indeed damnable - if the prime minister’s slur against Mr Gani were to remain on the record. )?

His letter concludes: "It would be utterly discreditable – indeed damnable - if the prime minister’s slur against Mr Gani were to remain on the record. He must either substantiate it, which I am certain he cannot do - or withdraw it, with a full apology"
    "My name is Brigitte Neate . I'm a member of the group Guantanamo Justice Campaign. I'd just like to say that I visited the Tooting Islamic Centre on several occasions when Suliman Gani was the Imam there. I've always been made to feel very welcome, and there've been other people there from other groups; Jewish groups, a Church of England Vicar; we've all been made to feel very welcome and I really don't think you could consider this the behaviour of an extremist; whatever that is.
    I think what David Cameron has said is just utterly ridiculous and he should most certainly apologise to Suliman Gani."

    Sign the petition here :…

    David Cameron is planning a crackdown on free speech that could silence dissent

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    David Cameron is planning a crackdown on free speech that could silence dissent

    David Cameron’s new crackdown, reportedly to be announced in the Queen’s speech, will see people silenced and free speech curtailed. According to Politics Home, the legislation will “include measures to gag individuals, close down premises and ban organisations”. Also, programmes perceived to contain “unacceptable extremist material” will be shut down by the UK’s broadcasting watchdog Ofcom, under the Extremism Bill.
    Couple this with the government’s definition of ‘domestic extremist’ and the censorship could apply to literally anyone. According to the National Domestic Extremism and Disorder Intelligence Unit (NDEDIU):
    Domestic Extremism relates to the activity of groups or individuals who commit or plan serious criminal activity motivated by a political or ideological viewpoint.
    Sounds reputable until you discover the government has redefined ‘serious criminal activity’ to suit its agenda:
    That the conduct involves the use of violence, results in substantial financial gain or is conduct by a large number of persons in pursuit of a common purpose.
    The last part reads “a large number of persons in pursuit of a common purpose”. Combine that with “motivated by a political or ideological viewpoint” and you still couldn’t get much more vague. A student union fits that description. The Conservative party fits that description. Sunday mass fits that description. But importantly for the government, a demonstration against fracking, austerity or anything you can think of, fits that description.
    Accordingly, the government’s domestic extremism unit is currently spying on the Green Party, environmental activists and children.

    So it would be naive to think that, after abusing surveillance laws to spy on political opponents, the Conservatives wouldn’t use ‘hate speech’ laws to censor them. The ‘extremist’ label is already in place.

    Does censorship even effectively counter violent extremism?
    Perhaps it’s better if we open up the debate and publicly challenge extremists rather than silencing them. Censorship closes off debate, removing genuine terrorists from scrutiny and enabling them to paint themselves as gagged victims – freedom fighters silenced by the crusading West.
    Moreover, legislating as if we cannot regulate each other for extremist views shows a paternalistic mistrust of the public. If extremist views are aired in public they can be condemned, but in the shadows they can incubate.
    The Times claimed that this ‘anti-extremist’ policy is for David Cameron’s ‘legacy programme’. So we are now safe in the knowledge that the Prime Minister is undertaking a vanity project while presiding over an unprecedented housing crisis, crippled public services and the demolition of the welfare state.
    And it’s a vanity project that could double up as a way to silence criticism and opposition to his own government and allies like the State of Israel. For instance, the military wing of Hamas is a registered terrorist group in the UK (and several other countries) despite there being no Palestinian army. And despite the context of an illegal Israeli apartheid state, the daily segregation and subjugation of Palestinians, Israeli state control of imports and exports, and the land, air and sea blockade of Gaza. One man’s extremist is another man’s freedom fighter.
    To summarise, an ‘extremist’ is pretty much anyone the government wants it to be. To prevent people from publishing their thoughts is in itself an extremist attack on civil liberties.
    Get involved!
    Check out the Media Reform Coalition.
    Write to your MP.

    This is very troubling indeed. On the night of the Paris attacks Mr Gani was in Bedford where he attended a public meeting called "Quiz-a-Muslim". There is a recording of this meeting on YouTube. I have studied it. At the meeting Mr Gani said nothing which could be construed as expressing support for IS.
    Why did the Downing Street spokesman draw attention to the fact that Mr Gani’s Bedford meeting took place on the night of Paris attacks? This is a disgraceful reference because it can only have been made in order to suggest a connection between the Bedford event and the tragedy in Paris - when no such connection has ever been made and none to my knowledge exists.
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    David Cameron wants to make Great Britain GREAT again!  
    How many did his country of the US Corporationslaughter since Colombus?

     Muslims are the New Terrorists!

     So, let us destroy all the rich Muslim lands and genocide their people to please Israel!

    We are child murderers anyway because we are a democracy and have freedom of choice!

    So, you Muslims, must adopt our values or DIE! (Prince Charles)

     Racism and lies all over the place!
    Lidia K Mk - By the way, Lidia, I have seen you promoting garbage on your page about "Shariah" and "Muslims"! Less than a minute after my comments, she blocked me because I said I had smelled a rat, Michael Tsarion! And the damn lady is "friend" of Gordon Duff or something of the kind! She had linked with Gordon about "Mark Passio's Kick-Ass Interview on Cancel The Cabal ".

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Open letter to Downing Street: You still owe Suliman Gani an apology

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The British PM's allegation that Gani is an IS supporter was a partisan ploy designed to gain votes for Zac Goldsmith in the London elections
Last week, Peter Oborne contacted 10 Downing Street to ask the press office to substantiate David Cameron’s sta
Peter Oborne was referred to a political spokesman but he too was unable to provide any evidence. We publish below an open letter from Peter Oborne to Katherine Allen, a spokeswoman for the Prime Minister’s Press Office.
Dear Ms Allen,
Thank you for your email of 27 April, in which you told me that the Downing Street press office was not prepared to answer questions about David Cameron’s claim at Prime Minister’s Questions that the Tooting Imam Suliman Gani "supports IS".
You said that this was not a matter for the Downing Street press office, and directed me to the prime minister’s political team. I am afraid this refusal to help suggests that you do

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