"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."

Friday, 19 March 2010

Tory PPC Courts IFE

Andrew Gilligan has more news about the Islamic Forum of Europe. The Conservative PPC Tim Archer and LibDem PPC Jonathan Fryer, both standing in Poplar & Limehouse, will be attending an IFE seminar on 30th March. Jim Fitzpatrick the present Labour MP has been invited but not likely to attend.

I really thought the Conservatives would have more sense than to become involved with an extremist organisation like the IFE. It's time for Cameron to have a closer look at what his PPCs are getting up to.

Here's an extract from Gilligan's article:
"Just to remind Mr Archer one more time about his hosts. The IFE states: “Our goal is not simply to invite people and give da’wah [call to the faith]. Our goal is to create the True Believer, to then mobilise those believers into an organised force for change who will carry out da’wah, hisbah [enforcement of Islamic law] and jihad [struggle]. This will lead to social change and iqamatud-Deen [an Islamic social, economic and political order].”

"The IFE tells us that it is dedicated to changing the “very infrastructure of society, its institutions, its culture, its political order and its creed … from ignorance to Islam.” It “strives for the establishment of a global [my italics] society, the Khilafah … comprised of individuals who live by the principles of … the Shari’ah.”

"The IFE’s “primary work” to create this state, the document goes on, “is in Europe [my italics] because it is this continent, despite all the furore about its achievements, which has a moral and spiritual vacuum.” Though they have spent the last three weeks doing a great deal of huffing and puffing about our “media smears,” the IFE has been totally unable to deny that these are its words.

"And just to remind Mr Archer about some of the people to whom the IFE has previously given a platform: Gharait Baheer, spokesman for the Afghan warlord Gulbeddin Hekmatyar, whose forces have fought alongside the Taliban against British troops; Bilal Philips, an unindicted co-conspirator in the World Trade Center bombing; and Anwar al-Awlaki, spiritual guide to two of the 9/11 hijackers, the Fort Hood murder and the attempted Detroit plane bomber."
On the other hand, perhaps Cameron already knows.  This is what he said in 2007: "It is mainstream Britain which needs to integrate more with the British Asian way of life, not the other way around."

From previous posts: The Islamic Forum of Europe is growling again: "Under [Lutfur Ali] , increasing sums of council money have been channelled to IFE-controlled organisations." "We’ve tracked you down,” said Azad Ali, “Yes, Atif, we’ve got a picture of you and a lot more than you thought we had. We’ve tracked you down to different places. And if people are gonna turn what I’ve just said into a threat, that’s their fault, innit?”

And this: IFE infiltrate Labour Party

Here's what UKIP's John Bufton, MEP has to say about immigration:

7 comments:

  1. The Tories won't be any tougher on the islamofascists than Labour are.

    They are terrified of being labelled the nasty party again and are shit scared of the multi-culti brigade calling them racists.

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  2. Yes, I agree NF but for one of them to so overtly climb into bed with them is 'enlightening' to say the least. They don't even bother to talk tough - apparently we're only concerned about the economy and not immigration or the EU!

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  3. GV you can see the way the money flows here.

    UK plc gets credits.

    Others get REAL moneeeee.

    You buy tour way into a country if you don't bomb it.

    These fools are deterimined to make sure UK plc has no REAL monneeee.

    Upstairs, Downstairs as I said last year, with a Fakir ruling paternalistically.

    That is what has been bought.

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  4. And meanwhile the people see their country sold from under their feet and their way of life changing at lightning speed, Incoming!!!. They become angrier and society becomes more violent & resentful without really grasping why. Downward spiral.

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  5. Take a look at Witterings for Witney's post.

    We know that LibLabCon dance to the same tune - the EU's tune. They want an Eurabia.

    So this looks like a case of problem-reaction-solution.

    Fill the country with immigrants, encourage boozing (low-priced alcohol, 24-hour drinking), gambling, porn - that gives you your problem. A disgusting society.

    The country is duly disguested. That's your reaction.

    Let's emulate the Asians. Which is the solution they were aiming at all along.

    They plan long-term.

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  6. Thanks Fausty, I've read it - I think Mr W said he took his 'inspiration' from this post and he makes good points, spelling it out and taking it to it's logical conclusion. No-one I know who's concerned about the problems you mention would disagree with what you say.

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