Sunday 12 July 2009
FUCK THIS GOVERNMENT AND THE PC STATE
Azard Ali - I am above the law due to my religion. I can say what I want and nothing will happen to me. I will will not be sacked even though I support the murder of British soldiers.
Join the BNP, get kicked out of the police.
Join the BNP, get kicked out of your trade union.
Join the BNP, get sacked from the Prison Service.
Join the BNP, get barred from the Methodist Church.
Join the BNP, you cant be a priest in the Church of England.
Yet if you are a Muslim radical Islamist employed by the Civil Service you can use your blog to publicise Islamist propaganda that supports the killing of British soldiers, put up posts on your blog that says it is the duty of Muslims to kill British soldiers and allow people to incite the murder of British soldiers on your blog and you get to keep your job.
One law for Muslims, one law for everyone else.
In the same week that two White Nationalists were sentenced to four years in prison for posting 'offensive' articles on the internet, neither of whom had ever put up articles that sought to propagandise or propogate the notion that the killing of ethnic minorities is ever acceptable, we can see that a sick and pernicious double standard applies.
Racism against whites is acceptable.
Propagandising the idea that the murder of British soldiers is justifiable is acceptable.
Propogating the notion that Islam justifies the murder of British soldiers is acceptable.
Yet holding a 'racist' opinion and expressing that in public is a criminal act worthy of a sentence given to murderers.
FUCK THIS GOVERNMENT AND FUCK THE POLITICALLLY CORRECT LAWS THAT THE GOVERNMENT AND THEIR LIBERAL, LEFTIST, SATANIC CHURCH SCUM PASS INTO POWER.
FUCK THEM ALL.
'Kill soldiers' Muslim blogger is back in job as Treasury civil servant
Investigation: Azad Ali was suspended amid claims he justified killing UK troops
A Muslim civil servant suspended amid claims that he used his personal website to justify the killing of British troops in Iraq has returned to work at the Treasury.
Azad Ali, an IT worker and president of the Civil Service Islamic Society, was suspended on full pay for six months following comments on his blog.
In one post Mr Ali quoted an interview with an Islamic militant who said: ‘If I saw an American or British man wearing a soldier’s uniform inside Iraq I would kill him because that is my obligation.
'If I found the same soldier in Jordan I wouldn’t touch him. In Iraq he is a fighter and an occupier, here he is not. I respect this as the main instruction in my religion for jihad.’
Sir Gus O’Donnell, Britain’s most senior civil servant and patron of the Civil Service Islamic Society, ordered that Mr Ali be suspended while an investigation was carried out.
It is understood there were concerns that Mr Ali may have breached the Whitehall code of practice that restricts civil servants from political activities.
The investigation has now finished and Mr Ali has returned to his job.
A Treasury spokesman said last night: ‘Azad Ali is back at work. The Treasury has dealt with the matter in accordance with our disciplinary procedures. We will not comment on individual cases.’
Mr Ali refused to comment.