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Banning orders on Islamic extremist organisations

The Guardian reports the less than surprising news that Reid's banning order on Al-Ghurabaa is likelyto be circumvented by its creation of front organisations. While clamping down on Islamofascist groups is all well and good, the government would be better off enforcing the law on incitement and so forth and applying it to individuals. Then maybe we could have some arrests and some trials, rather than allowing them, if not to get away with murder, than at least to call for it.

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Anonymous Verity said... 12:58 pm

Not a hundred percent on topic, but I see those two intestinal infections from Forest Gate have attended a memorial services for de Menezes in London. How sweet! Nice to hear that Muslims are so civic minded and so concerned about injustice. I wonder whether they attended the memorial service for the 700 people murdered and maimed on London Transport by their co-religionists.

They would do well to stay out of the spotlight, despite whatever their publicity consultant, aka their lawyer, advises. I have a feeling investigations into this family are far from over.  



Blogger Croydonian said... 1:08 pm

I think that delightful piece of work Gareth Peirce is involved. Michael Gove has called her a Trotskyite, and as far as I know she has not sued him...

Meandering a touch, isn't it curious the way that soi disante 'human rights' lawyers are never interested in defending causes that are not modishly left wing?  



Anonymous Verity said... 2:42 pm

Croydonian - Yes; it was publicity-seeker extraordinaire Gareth (Gareth's a girl for anyone who doesn't know. Personally, I think it's a cry for attention.)who is advising these two intestinal bugs.

She probably fought the Blairina to the mat for the count of three to get these clients.

Yes, "human rights", leftie and destructive by definition, is the defence of terrorists, the "transgendered" who want their birth certificates changed to reflect their new, manufactured bodies, polygamists, Islamic women who sue school districts for the right to teach infants wearing their full black Hallowe'en outfits ...

I can't imagine Cherie (I love trailer trash names!) or Gareth (she should change her name to Jolene) fighting for the human right to self-defence with firearms.  



Blogger Croydonian said... 2:50 pm

None of the usual suspects were exactly falling over themselves to defend General Pinochet, were they? Or the Orange Order etc in Ulster seeking to exercise the right to free assembly.

Feel free to correct me, but I'm of the opinion that the ACLU is rather better at standing up for the rights of the less 'fashionable' than the equivalents in these parts like the NCCL (now Liberty), which historically has been crawling with Communists and fellow travellers.  



Anonymous Verity said... 4:23 pm

Croydonian - ACLU - don't know a lot about it, but it has an awful reputation in the US. But that's by the standards of the land of liberty.

If I remember rightly, though, they funded that mad woman lawyer (Lynne something?) who was defending terrorists and helping, from the outside, to plan their escape. If only we could find the Moonbat Cave ...  



Anonymous rigger mortice said... 4:31 pm

we need to see people charged and tried.If you went down the street inciting violence against homosexuals you'd be arrested,why are things different for some groups?  



Anonymous rigger mortice said... 4:33 pm

oh and I agree banning them ranks in terrms of futility with not allowing gerry adams voice to be heard.  



Blogger Croydonian said... 4:38 pm

Verity - it looks as though they have managed to get up the noses of conservatives, liberals, religious types, libertarians - you name it. Details here

They have acted for the Klan, the American Nazi Party, Mormons, Jehovah's Witnesses and Nambla, inter alia.  



Blogger Croydonian said... 7:03 pm

RM - if you ask me the rot started to set in with the Rushdie affair. I take a hard libertarian line on freedom of speech, but draw the line at publicly soliciting of murder.  



Blogger phone cam foolery said... 10:36 pm

Verity , correct me If I am wrong , these "intestinal infections" are innocent of any wrongdoing.
They were fingered by a person with an IQ only slightly higher than that of a grapefruit,and lets face it our wonderful police never put pressure on vulnerable types do they?  



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