Yesterday’s terrible events in Woolwich should not encourage the rise of the BNP
The murder of a soldier in Woolwich yesterday was a terrible thing but it must be remembered that it was a “murder” rather than an “act of terrorism”.
Carried out by two Muslims of Nigerian descent, what the Daily Mail have referred to as a “slaughter” should not be exploited to foster hatred against Muslims or the black community. This country truly doesn’t need any more race riots and the people who come out of this awful situation best are the three selfless women who went to the aid of the victim, prayed for him and tried to prevent further carnage.
The racist, bigot and leader of the British National Party, Nick Griffin MEP, calculatingly, however, has used the murder to attempt to encourage support for his party. In a series of tweets to his 21,218 followers, he stated:
“Saturday 1st June. United Against Muslim terror. Demo in #Woolwich. All patriots welcome. All stand together!”
“After #Woolwich, isn’t it time the political elite apologised to Enoch Powell, to the family of Charlene Downes & all their other victims?”
“Media & politicians ‘strangely’ silent over widespread grassroots reports of young ‘British’ Muslims cheering & hooting on Woolwich news”.
“Angry & disgusted at Woolwich muslim murder? Join the BNP today and fight back http://tinyurl.com/joinbnp”
Mr Griffin is a repugnant individual who speaks for the few, not the many. Both his words and the statements of the two vile men who carried out this appalling killed should be ignored.
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The Prisons Association Assistant General Secretary Glyn Travis stated the following, “Prisoners in Britain’s toughest institutions would rather take advantage of cheap drugs, television, and breakfast in bed than risk life outside”. Travis also said, ” Taxpayers will be appalled if they knew how comfortable life was for those jailed for crimes such as rape and murder. There are no consequences, they can kill and kill again. They have nothing to lose.
The European Charter of Human Rights and their army of Human Rights Advocates must carry some of the blame. This is not rocket science, it is common sense.
you state > it must be remembered that it was a “murder” rather than an “act of terrorism”
yet you offer up no support for the statement. and nor does calling it terrorism automatically imply support for BNP, even if they choose to invite it. BNP should not be at the heart of this debate.
for this article to work, and for you to say it is an not an act of terrorism, you surely need to define what an act of terror is and then show that this falls outside the definition.
A vision of an apocalyptic future set on total social decay, where police do their best to lay down the law.
Criminal gangs try their hardest to defy the system, by abusing Human Rights Laws to protect their Civil Liberties.
A Liberal Elite and Judicial System that wants to be seen as decent and civilised. Unarmed Law-Abiding Citizens became the targets and victims.
The BNP is the least of our problems, they are going nowhere fast.