Is the “anti-racism” Industry a smoke screen for Islamic supremacists?

Is the “anti-racism” Industry a smoke screen for Islamic supremacists?

Words of RB INMAN

Last summer Islamic terrorists launched a murderous avalanche of attacks against the innocent, against our wives and our daughters. They targeted little girls at pop concerts and women out to dinner with friends. In response to these attacks several street protest movements were formed, VAT, DFLA, FLA, UKFM, MATE and Standing for Britain to name but a few.

Most of us had never been on a demo or been involved in politics, many had never even voted! This was a genuine awakening of the British working class, a cry out from men and women who sense there is a very real threat to our country and way of life, some had a firm grasp of the threat we faced many were just crying out for action against the Islamic terror gangs that seemed to be able to slaughter at will.

Almost immediately the movement was pounced on by a fearful far left and Islamist cabal, the front groups for this unholy alliance UAF and SUTR immediately started searching for a smoking far right gun, there wasn’t one, I have got to know all the leaders of the various groups. The leaders have never been involved in politics and were certainly not racist or far right, the leadership is made up of people of Irish, English, Welsh, Scottish, Pakistani Muslim, Jewish, Indian Sikh, and West Indian heritage. Sorry if this breaks the stereo typical mold that the far left inspired media want to force us into but these are just the facts.

In the groups I am currently involved in the VAT, DFLA, UKFM, MATE and Standing for Britain many different political and religious ideas are being discussed, some of us see the theology and ideology of Islam as a threat to our civilization others don’t. We are not a monolithic group that speak in unison on every issue, We believe in free speech and respect each others views and forcefully debate with each other on the issues we are facing and a way forward for our country.

Sadly this cannot be said for those who have chosen to oppose us, they have acted as judge, jury and no doubt executioner, without debate or discussion. Who are these groups that are constantly agitating against us, without speaking to us, we have tried to engage in dialogue with them they have always declined our offers.

“Stand up to racism” and “unite against fascism” are the main groups that oppose our demos.

Both these groups have names that we could all support, who isn’t against racism and fascism? We are all against fascists and racists!

Sadly when you dig a little deeper into these groups you discover that they are both connected with Islamic fascism and supremacism!

SUTR is heavily infiltrated by Islamic fascists and Islamic supremacists, the Muslim council of Britain is represented at the highest level in SUTR, this groups is not the moderate voice of British Islam it claims to be this excerpt is taken from the Guardian newspaper in 2005 “Far from representing the more progressive or spiritual traditions within Islam, the leadership of the Muslim Council of Britain and some of its affiliates sympathise with and have links to conservative Islamist movements in the Muslim world and in particular Pakistan’s Jamaat-i-Islami, a radical party committed to the establishment of an Islamic state in Pakistan ruled by sharia law.” the article goes on “The strain of Islamic ideology favoured by the MCB leadership and many of its affiliate organisations is inspired by Maulana Maududi, a 20th-century Islamic scholar little known in the West but hugely significant as a thinker across the Muslim world. His writings, which call for a global Islamic revival, influenced Sayyid Qutb, usually credited as the founding father of modern Islamic radicalism and one of the inspirations for al-Qaeda.” 1.

You may think the MCB has changed in the last 13 years sadly this does not seem to be the case, they have just moved the deckchairs on the Titanic!

In 2016 a Muslim from a small sect of Islam complained of the sectarian nature of the MCB in an article in the independent, “I’ve always called myself a Muslim, but recently the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) made a statement about me, saying the beliefs I follow mean I “cannot be eligible for affiliation with the Muslim Council”.What’s my offence – am I neglecting my prayers, or not eating halal meat? No: I’m a member of the Ahmadiyya community.” 2

You maybe asking what is the relevance of the bigotry and intolerance of the MCB to this piece?

The vice chair of SUTR Talha Ahmad is also the treasurer of the MCB, he is also one of their most articulate and persuasive speakers. 3&4 according to the website standing for peace. “Talha Ahmad is a senior official in the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), a Jamaat-e-Islami/Muslim Brotherhood organisation whose former Deputy Secretary-General signed the Istanbul Declaration, which called for terrorist attacks on British troops and Jewish communities around the world. The MCB has also boycotted Holocaust Memorial Day on a number of occasions.”5.

The other nasty little gaggle with a nice name is the UAF, Unite against Fascism which boasts anti-Semites and Islamic supremacists in its number Andrew Gilligan reported on the Islamist vice chair in 2014 “One reason why UAF will not campaign against Islamist extremists is that one of its own vice-chairmen, Azad Ali, is one. As well as his UAF role, which he took up last year, Mr Ali is community affairs coordinator of the Islamic Forum of Europe, a Muslim supremacist group dedicated to changing “the very infrastructure of society, its institutions, its culture, its political order and its creed from ignorance to Islam. Mr Ali has written on his blog of his “love” for Anwar al-Awlaki, the al-Qaeda cleric closely linked to many terrorist plots, including the September 11 attacks, and used to attend talks by Abu Qatada, the extremist cleric whom Britain is seeking to deport. He has described al-Qaeda as a “myth” and denied that the Mumbai attacks were terrorism. On his blog, he also advocated the killing of British troops in Iraq. He sued a newspaper for reporting that he had said this, and lost.” 6

It is tragic how the anti-racist movement has been hijacked by dangerous Islamists. Far from representing the more progressive or spiritual traditions within Islam, the leadership of the Muslim Council of Britain and some of its affiliates sympathise with and have links to conservative Islamist movements in the Muslim world and in particular Pakistan’s Jamaat-i-Islami, a radical party committed to the establishment of an Islamic state in Pakistan ruled by sharia law and the Muslim Brotherhood a group committed to establishing a global Caliphate. UAF and SUTR regularly invite speakers from Islamic extremist groups and others who have been detained for Islamic terror activities, little wonder these groups are attacking us the only people with the courage to stand against Islamic terror gangs and Muslim rape gangs. Let us stand up for our children while SUTR stand for terror and rape!