- Mar 26, 2012
There's a little thing call the law and it allows peopleWhy do they hesitate to put the radical Islamists behind bars. Might save countless lives.
But those rules don't apply to the far-right groups as well? They can be locked up without any proof of intent to commit a crime.There's a little thing call the law and it allows people 1) freedom of religion 2)Freedom of speech 3) no imprisonment without proof of as crime or intention to commit a crime
Like who? Do you have credible evidence that these people are members of Home Office proscribed organizations? If you have this information feel free to pass it on and share it.Again with the double standards. What about the muslims who belong to banned radical Islamic groups. Why are they roaming the streets.
All of those headcases preaching on street corners in British cities. The radicals who belong to groups like El Muhajiroun.examples please
Trump. Their tails have been up ever since his election cos now they've convinced themselves they have near majority support and the hated libturd feminazi proborts are a tiny fringe minority.I wonder what's empowering all these Nazis.
we're back to the law which allowsAll of those headcases preaching on street corners in British cities. The radicals who belong to groups like El Muhajiroun.
One of the London attackers belonged to one of these radical Islamic groups and was even filmed in a documentary.
What was he doing walking around free? If you're going to throw members of National Action in jail for suspicion of intent to commit terrorist acts, at least apply the rule consistently.
There is an ancient joke from my days when the British Army had a new recruitment campaign (TV and posters) featuring the educational opportunities available, technical specialisms, sports, working in civilian support in environmental emergencies, or with over-seas charities etc.There was a similiar incident in Gemrany a while back.
The reasons for this are multiple. 1. Nazis are militarists therefore joining an army is not an strange career choice.
2. Neo-Nazis usually have apolcapyltic race war beliefs they think military training will be useful for future acts of terrorism
Armies all over the world are in danger of this type of infiltration.
[video=youtube;TuSBv5xim-o]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TuSBv5xim-o[/video]There is an ancient joke from my days when the British Army had a new recruitment campaign (TV and posters) featuring the educational opportunities available, technical specialisms, sports, working in civilian support in environmental emergencies, or with over-seas charities etc.
Guy walks into the recruitment office and the Sarge says to him "So which of these interests you the most?"
"I just wanna kill people."
There is always the risk. Modern armies weed em out.
This group was infiltrated and radicalised/lead by MI5. We've seen it over here time and time again the sort of shady dealings, entrapment etc that these informants and agents engage in.Yeah but the thing is were ex-members always going to meet each other privately? There is a difference between and actually keeping the organization going under ground. If I remember rightly they banned anyone over 30 from joining so I'm surprised that one of the people arrested is 34. I was deeply surprised when they got banned given that I believed that they were a honey trap to attract psychopaths who were potentially dangerous but otherwise would have remained "off the radar" so that the State could keep an eye on them.