Sunday, 12 June 2011
All over Europe, we hear anecdotes of how when Europeans complain to the police about being victims of Muslim aggression, they are turned away. Whether through political correctness or physical fear, the police aren't interested in taking action against the Muslims or halting the spread of their no-go areas which are spreading around Europe like a particularly virulent form of cancer.

Andrew Gilligan's article in the Telegraph today documents the spread of the Islamic cancer through Tower Hamlets. I urge you to visit the site and read the whole article. Here, though, are just a few extracts indicating that the police are now siding with the Muslims against their own people:

Even during meetings of the local council, prominent supporters of Tower Hamlets’ controversial directly-elected mayor, Lutfur Rahman – dropped by the Labour Party for his links to Islamic fundamentalism - have persistently targeted gay councillors with homophobic abuse and intimidation from the public gallery.

The Labour leader, Josh Peck, was attacked with animal noises and cries of “Unnatural acts! Unnatural acts!” when he rose to speak. The Conservative leader, Peter Golds, was repeatedly heckled as “Mrs Golds” and a “poofter”.

Mr Golds said: “If that happened in a football stadium, arrests would have taken place. I have complained, twice, to the police, and have heard nothing. A Labour colleague waited three hours at the police station before being told that nothing would be done. The police are afraid of being accused of Islamophobia. Another Labour councillor said that the Met is now the reverse of what it must have been like in the 1970s, with a complete lack of interest when white people make complaints of harassment and hatred.”

If even prominent politicians can't get the police to do anything, what chance does an ordinary person have? None.

In February this year, dozens of stickers appeared across Tower Hamlets quoting the Koran, declaring the borough a “gay-free zone” and stating that “verily Allah is severe in punishment.”

The Sunday Telegraph has learned that during a routine stop-and-search at the time police found a young Muslim man with a number of the stickers in his possession. He was released without charge on the advice of the Crown Prosecution Service. Police also had CCTV images of a second unidentified Muslim youth posting the stickers at a local railway station, but refused to release the pictures for several weeks.

Peter Tatchell, the gay human rights campaigner, said: “The police said no-one was allowed to talk publicly about this because they didn’t want to upset the Muslim community. We’ve made very clear the difference between the Muslim community as a whole and these particular fundamentalists, and the fact that the police wouldn’t publicly say what they knew was an absolute disgrace.”

There is compelling evidence that the Crown Prosecution Service has itself been infiltrated by Muslims. This may, in part, account for the police's strange behaviour. They may simply know from experience which complaints will be followed up on and which are likely to be ignored by the CPS, then base their handling of complaints on this.


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