Muslims against Anjem Choudary
He takes home twice as much as those who are giving their lives in the defence of our liberties, and yet he exploits those very liberties to propagate his perverse agenda to deprive us of them.
Could someone please tell Cranmer how on earth Job Seeker's Allowance can be paid to someone who is manifestly not seeking a job and is quite content to busy himself undermining the state at the expense of the taxpayer? Is he not being interviewed on a regular basis at his job centre to ensure his compliance with JSA requirements? Why are we subsidising his religio-political quest to impose 'wholesale' shari'a upon us all? Is he somehow incapacitated? Does he not possess a law degree?
Only in Britain could an Islamist leech bleed the body politic with the blessing of the Government. And while they pander to his every need he will not fall off his obliging host until he has spread his anaesthetising mucus and infected the nation’s blood stream with his parasitic politics and predatory theology.
A common but medically inadvisable technique to remove a leech is to apply a flame, a lit cigarette, salt, soap, or a caustic chemical such as alcohol, vinegar, lemon juice, insect repellent.
In the case of Leech Choudary, it would be as simple as removing his weekly financial handout. Better still, conscript him into the army and pack him off to Afghanistan where he will see first hand that his co-religionists are indeed being persecuted - not by British soldiers but by the Taliban.
It is infuriating that this Labour government is content to pay benefits to Anjem Choudary which are manifestly to the detriment of society. Perhaps a further condition for the payment of benefits ought to be the acceptance of certain irreducible minima, possibly based upon those which are professed at citizenship ceremonies. And any evidence of their negation ought to be met with the swift cessation of those benefits and an enforced path to work. And if that work is refused, they should starve.
As it is written, if a man will not work, he shall not eat.
Cranmer has reflected much on the ‘freedom of expression’ issues raised by the proposed march through Wootton Basset – the Wiltshire town which has become a symbol of the nation's appreciation of the courage and sacrifice of British troops in Afghanistan. He is a fervent believer in the freedom to protest, even where this causes offence. There ought to be no ‘right’ not to be offended.
But Anjem Choudary is a traitor, and aspects of treason law are still statutory.
He is a British national, and therefore owes allegiance to the Queen. The Treason Act 1351 has been amended several times, but it still includes the category: ‘If a man do levy war against our lord the King in his realm, or be adherent to the King’s enemies in his realm, giving to them aid and comfort in the realm, or elsewhere’.
Anjem Choudary is at war with Her Majesty the Queen in her realm and with her Armed Forces and loyal subjects. He is adherent to the Queen’s enemies, giving them aid and comfort.
The penalty for treason was changed from death to a maximum of imprisonment for life in 1998 under the Crime And Disorder Act. Before 1998, the death penalty was mandatory, subject to the royal prerogative of mercy. Since the abolition of the death penalty for murder in 1965 and its subsequent prohibition in all circumstances under EU law, it is not possible to execute Anjem Choudary for treason.
But, by God, he belongs with Abu Hamza in jail. And there are very many of his co-religionists who would very much like to throw away the key.