"While dictators rage and statesmen talk, all Europe dances — to The Lambeth Walk."

Wednesday, 18 November 2009

Gang of Somalis in Minnesota Film Attacks on Passersby

The following video shows a gang of Somalis, going by nicknames and exposing their real names, attacking cyclists, pedestrians and passersby in St. Paul, Minnesota.

The footage shows them turning to the camera, mouthing "watch this", before launching a series of violent assaults on innocent strangers, including children and the elderly:

According to the Star Tribune:
In the video, one of the attackers chases two young children who appear to be walking home from school and shoves one of them down a hill. Another throws something into the face of a convenience store cashier.

At least one incident appears to have occurred along the Midtown Greenway in Minneapolis, where the attackers jump out at a cyclist, punching at him with boxing gloves.

Other incidents appear to have taken place in St. Paul, including at the intersection of University and Lexington avenues.

The creator of the video, who posted it online Monday, describes the attackers as "a group of Somali black males pulling pranks on people."

Authorities aren't laughing.

"It's disturbing to watch," said St. Paul police Sgt. Paul Schnell. "Our first objective is that we want it to stop because we don't want somebody getting hurt." Schnell said the video also could lead to criminal charges.

Schnell said several citizens e-mailed the video to police Tuesday morning.

"With absolute certainty, there is a desire to talk to these people," Schnell said. "Whether criminal charges are brought will be dependent upon our ability to match the incident with actual reports by the victims."

According to the same source, two have been traced and arrested:
St. Paul police have arrested an adult and a juvenile in connection with a series of random attacks in Minneapolis and St. Paul that were recorded on video and posted on YouTube.

A 19-year-old was booked into the Ramsey County jail, and a 17-year-old was taken to a juvenile detention center. Both were booked Tuesday on suspicion of strong-arm robbery and aggravated assault, according to St. Paul police reports.

St. Paul Police Sgt. Paul Schnell said police were searching for two others who were recorded on camera participating in the assaults, while the remaining others -- at least four -- would be considered persons of interest.

"From what we have seen in the footage, there were only four people that we can connect with possible criminal activity in the city of St. Paul that were clearly and directly involved in the planning and/or execution of these attacks," Schnell said.

He said that a handful of victims have come forward, and about four reports were filed as of late Wednesday afternoon. One victim told police he was tackled from behind by an unknown male at 6 p.m. Saturday while walking east on Grand Avenue near Avon Street in St. Paul. "Assault was probably posted on YouTube," the police report said.

It's nice to see Somalis in America, provided with opportunities beyond the imagining of many of their compatriots, showing the restraint and decorum that blighted country is renouned for.

Woman Violently Sexually Assaulted During Cricklewood Burglary

From The Times Series:

AN E-FIT of one of the masked men wanted for questioning after a sexual assault in Cricklewood has been released by police.

Detectives in Brent have sent out the image in the hope of gathering information into the attack on October 24.

Police said four men wearing masks and gloves broke into the address in Oxgate Lane at about 4.45am.

A 19-year-old woman woke up to find one of the men on top of her, pinning her down, while the other three suspects searched the room.

The woman was subjected to a violent sexual assault during the raid, police added.

The suspects then stole a quantity of cash and valuable property before running off towards Coles Green Road.

Officers said damage was found to the letter box, which they believe may have been tampered with to break into the property.

PC Savi Arora, an officer in case, said: "This crime involved the suspects using gratuitous and unnecessary violence against the victim and taking the property.”

Anyone with any information is urged to contact Brent Police in confidence on 0208 733 2650 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

"Asian" Attempts to Abduct Woman in Manchester

From the BBC:
A man sexually assaulted a woman before trying to drag into his car near a petrol station in Manchester.

The 19-year-old victim was near the Tesco Express garage on Upper Brook Street, Longsight, when the man asked her for the time.

He sexually assaulted the woman and tried to pull her into a silver car, before she struggled free.

Police are trying to trace a man and woman who confronted the attacker during the incident on Monday evening.

He told the pair that the victim was his girlfriend and that he was trying to speak to her.

Det Con Dave Ogden, of Greater Manchester Police, said: "I would urge anyone who witnessed what happened, especially the man and woman who confronted the attacker, to contact police.

"The victim is understandably upset and we are doing everything we can to catch this man."

The attacker is described as Asian, about 5ft 5in tall, medium build and had black short hair.

Turkish Take-Away Boss Groped 2 Women in 1 Night

From The Morpeth Herald:
A TAKE-AWAY owner groped two women revellers who stopped outside his shop, a court heard.

Mehmet Gilgiler, 40, groped one woman as she tried to get into a car after a night out in Morpeth on August 30 last year, Newcastle Crown Court was told.

Turkish national Gilgiler attacked as his victim was standing outside his Salt and Pepper take-away around midnight.

He then snatched a camera from the victim's friend as she tried to take a picture of him as evidence, Newcastle Crown Court was told.

He returned inside his shop, but just hours later he sexually assaulted another woman, as she waited outside the restaurant at 3am.

Gilgiler took her handbag and, while an accomplice held her back, Gilgiler groped the distraught girl.

Gilgiler, who has since moved to London, was arrested.

He pleaded guilty to two counts of sexual assault on the day his trial was due to start at Newcastle Crown Court.

Jason Elliott, defending, said Gilgiler, with no previous convictions, was horrified at his offending.

He said Gilgiler had obtained British citizenship and was a hard working member of the community.

"He recognises that this behaviour is not only wrong but also insulting to women," said Mr Elliott.

Judge Esmond Faulks gave Gilgiler a six-month jail sentence, suspended for two years.

He must also sign on the sex offenders' register for seven years, and attend a sex offender treatment programme.

The judge told Gilgiler: "You need to learn that although English girls when they go out may show more of their bodies than Turkish girls, it does not mean that a stranger such as yourself can touch them."

Two "Asians" Jailed for Beating Lone Man in Northampton

From The Northampton Chronicle:
An innocent man had a tooth knocked out after being attacked by two men who mistakenly believed he had attacked their friend in a Northampton nightclub.

Kamal Hussain, aged 26, was jailed for 13 months at Northampton Crown Court yesterday after he admitted carrying out the attack in Bridge Street, Northampton.

Co-accused Amardeep Masih, aged 25, was fined for his involvement when he admitted a lesser assault charge, having joined in the attack on Simon Billington.

David Lee, prosecuting, said Mr Billington was on a night out at Crush nightclub at 2.45am on September 23 last year, when he saw a friend involved in a disturbance.

As he ran off down Bridge Street, Mr Billington followed him out but lost sight of him. He was then confronted by Hussain and another man who asked if he was looking for "the white boy".

When he said he was, CCTV cameras captured him being punched up to 10 times in the face as Masih joined in the attack and Hussain kicked him while on the ground.

Mr Billington lost a tooth, suffered a black eye, lost a large amount of blood and was only saved when a passing motorist intervened.

Mr Lee said: "The suggestion is that there was an incident inside the club when someone was injured. It appears these defendants thought Mr Billington had been involved in that, but there was no suggestion he was. By any view, Mr Billington had nothing to do with it."

The pair had been due to face a trial yesterday but changed their pleas at the last minute.

Hussain, of Adams Avenue, Abington, admitted inflicting actual bodily harm and was jailed for 13 months.

Masih, of North Paddock Court, Lings admitted assault, was fined £350 with £250 costs.

Judge Charles Wide QC said: "The courts take this sort of mindless violence seriously."

Omar Ali Jailed for Rape & Sexual Assault of Young Teenagers in Birmingham

From The Birmingham Mail:
A “SEXUAL predator” who picked up two teenage girls in Birmingham before luring them to a flat and raping one of them has been jailed for 13 years.

Omar Ali, 25, of Park Terrace, Handsworth, was said by a judge to have “prowled” the city’s shopping centres in search of vulnerable young women.

Judge William Davis QC said Ali persuaded two 14-year-olds from Nuneaton to come with him to a flat, where he raped one and sexually asssaulted the other.

Jailing him, the judge said Ali had “struck lucky” in his own mind because both victims had fallen out with their parents.

He said: “It is perfectly plain from the pre-sentence report that you are a sexual predator. You are someone who wishes to exercise control.”

The judge said it was that which made him dangerous and somebody who presented a significant risk of serious harm to the public.

It was fortunate, he said, that neither of the 14-year-olds appeared to have suffered serious psychological damage as a result of what Ali had done to them.

Ali had previously been convicted by a jury at Birmingham Crown Court of two charges of rape and one of sexual assault.

Wilvert Harris, defending, said Ali, who was of previous good character, had shown immaturity when he gave evidence during his trial.

Khalled Ullah & Ahed Ali Charged with Rape of 16 Year Old

From The Romney Marsh Times:
Two men have been charged with the rape of a 16-year-old girl in Ashford over the weekend. The men, both from Ashford, were arrested and charged on Sunday after the alleged attack on Saturday night.

Khalled Ullah, aged 20, from Somerset Road and Ahed Ali, aged 25, from Whitfield Road will appear at Ashford Magistrates Court today – 16th November.

Doctor Caught Masturbating Outside School

From This is South Wales:
A TEENAGE girl described today how she saw a hospital doctor "feel himself up" while on her way to school.

The 13-year-old told Cardiff Crown Court she recalled seeing a dark-skinned man sitting in a parked car moving his hand up and down in May last year.

A man fitting a similar description was seen on four other occasions allegedly masturbating close to a secondary school in Bridgend, between October 2007 and July 2008.

Police eventually arrested and charged Krishnasamy Sangameswaran from Bridgend with five counts of outraging public decency after a number plate provided by one witness matched his Toyota.

The 33-year-old employee of the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, denies the offences.

In a recorded interview with South Wales Police from September of last year, the witness, who was aged 12 at the time of the incident, said she was on her way to morning lessons with some friends when she came across a man sitting in the driver's seat of a silver car with his window down.

She said: "I saw a white tissue on his lap and he was just moving up and down....like a bounce."

When the interviewing officer asked what was moving, she replied: "His hand."

She said his hand was clenching a tissue at the time. She added: "He was feeling himself up."

When the officer asked whether she saw the man's penis, she replied: "No."

During his opening yesterday, prosecuting barrister Hywel Hughes said the defendant had conceded being in the same area of the alleged offences "two or three times" before but only to assess the merits of the school in question.

He also said he had a habit of shaking his leg which might have led to the girls mistakenly thinking he was masturbating.

Mr Hughes added: "What the crown say is that on each and every occasion it was the defendant present at the location.

"He was masturbating in an area where he could have been, and was seen, by children going to and from school and we invite you to say that actions of that kind in which the girls explained are clearly capable of outraging public decency."

Appeal Launched for "Southwark Grabber"

From Southwark News:

Police in Southwark are appealing for anyone who recognises this man to get in touch, following a disturbing incident.

On Thursday, June 25 2009, at around 2.15pm, the suspect knocked at an address in Whitworth House, Falmouth Road.

When the 41-year-old victim answered the door he asked if her husband was home, before making suggestive comments and grabbing the victim by the wrists. She managed to close the door and the suspect left.

Detective Constable Colin Dady said: "We are unsure at this stage what the suspect's intentions were, but this was a disturbing incident, which has left the victim very shaken. I would urge anyone who recognises the suspect to contact police".

The suspect is described as a light skinned black man, aged approx 21-25 years, about 6' tall with black hair in plaits. At the time of the incident he was wearing a yellow t-shirt and blue jeans.

If you have any information please contact DC Dady at Southwark Police on 020 7232 6246 or speak to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

"Asian" Thieves Targeted Pensioners

From The Ealing Gazette:
A GANG who targeted elderly and vulnerable people as they were using cash machines in the borough have been jailed for a total of five and a half years.

Between December 2008 and February 2009, around £5,000 was stolen by the four accomplices during distraction thefts at ATMs in Ealing and neighbouring boroughs.

Khader Bouabdallah, 19, Abdul Malik, 20, and 30-year-old Abbas Monier, all from East London appeared at Isleworth Crown Court at the end of October where they were found guilty of the 11 ATM thefts.

A fourth member, Hatab Bouabdallah, 18, received a 12-month supervision order and was ordered to complete 100 hours of community service for her involvement in the thefts.

Ealing Police worked closely with the Business Improvement District (BID), Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre and the town centre banks to catch the criminals.

PC Graeme Finlay from Ealing Broadway Safer Neighbourhood Team said: "We became concerned with a sudden rise in this type of crime in our area. We worked closely with our partners to catch the perpetrators.

"Following the consultation, all parties involved recognised the problem of ATM thefts and agreed to deal with the issue with urgency. My colleagues and I are very pleased that we were able to catch those responsible and bring them to justice.

"I believe the sentences given will be seen as a sufficient deterrent and send a strong message to all those who seek to engage in this type of criminal activity."

"Asian" Man Publicly Pleasures Himself After Asking for Directions

From The Ilford Recorder:
POLICE are hunting a middle-aged man who started pleasuring himself after asking women for directions.

Officers said two incidents happened on Friday as the women walked in Goodmayes.

The first was in Thurlestone Avenue at 2pm, the second in Broadhurst Avenue just 12 minutes later.

The man is described as Asian, aged 30 to 35, 6ft tall with short black hair and wearing a black leather jacket, a black shirt and black trousers.

Anyone with information is asked to call Det Con Tasmin Willoughby on 020 8345 2711.

African Student Plied 13 Year Old Girl with Alcohol Before Sex

From The Bournemouth Echo:
A FOREIGN student who plied a 13-year-old girl with alcohol before having sex with her has been sent to a young offenders’ institution for 20 months.

Louis Campion, 19, from Jefferson Avenue, Bournemouth, pleaded guilty to a single charge of sexual activity with a child on May 2 this year.

Prosecuting at Bournemouth Crown Court, David Bartlett said Campion had met his victim and two of her friends in Holdenhurst Road.

The girls agreed to go back to Campion’s flat with him and two other men.

“Once there, they were offered drink and had quite a lot of vodka,” added Mr Bartlett.

“The victim, who was nearly 14, went into a bedroom with the defendant. When he made a move she ran out of the flat but he persuaded her to come back. There were no physical injuries.”

During interview Campion, who is from Gambia, agreed that he had invited the girls back to the flat.

His victim, who cannot be named for legal reasons, had been “tipsy” and he had also been under the influence of alcohol.

Campion told police he had thought the girls were 16.

Mr Bartlett said: “The aggravating feature is that Mr Campion plied this girl with drink. Young girls like her still need to be protected by the law even when they do unwise things.”

In Campion’s defence, the court heard that he accepted he had made “an enormous mistake” but had pleaded guilty at the first opportunity.

His victim had been sexually experienced and her main concern was that she would be “grounded by her mother”.

Campion was “a hard-working young man” who had deferred a university place pending the outcome of the case.

Sentencing Campion, Judge Samuel Wiggs told him: “I have come to the conclusion that I cannot justify a sentence which is not immediate custody.”

Campion must register as a sex offender for 10 years and has been banned from working with children.

Note that this "hard working young man" will not be deported after completing his sentence, and the article spends more time assassinating his victim's character than judging him for his reprehensible actions.

Tuesday, 17 November 2009

Whose Country Is It Anyway?

Two Lithuanians have been sent to jail for attacking a man and his two daughters who confronted them about their anti-social behaviour.

The twist is that the man who was attacked, Mr Boateng, is black. Apparently, the two thugs made monkey noises before they attacked him.

Is this particularly relevant? Well, as he sentenced Mindaugus Krisiukenas, 20, and Paulius Kulikauskas, 24, the judge told them:

"It's their country, not yours."

Under no other circumstances would he have made such a remark - or been permitted to. If he had said that to any other foreign criminals, no matter how heinous the offence (I know that to the elite rape and murder are not as heinous as incorrect attitudes, but work with me here), he would have been denounced as a racist himself, and probably harassed out of his job.

I'm not condoning the behaviour of the two Lithuanians, or disputing that they deserve to go to prison; it's just that in my world, it is attacking an innocent family that warrants a custodial sentence, rather than stupid name calling or politically incorrect opinions.

I just thought this case was worthy of note; not once in my (unfortunately) extensive reading of all manner of crimes being perpetrated against British people in their own land by foreigners have I ever heard a judge express such a sentiment - or even felt that they would wish to, that they were thinking it very deep down.

The only conclusion that I can come to is that, in the view of the elite, whilst British-born minorities are entitled to be protected from unenlightened foreigners who do not have the benefits of political correctness, brain-washing from birth and diversity of their own, the rest of us are not entitled to be protected from foreign crime, from people who come from violent, hard societies where attitudes are often very different - and even expressing such a wish marks one out as a bigot.

For what does "It's their country, not yours," mean?

It means if you don't want to play the game and fit in, then you can leave, because you are not welcome.

If only we could persuade the majority of judges that that sentiment should apply to all violent crime and subversion of our society rather than being politically incorrect, then we might stand a fighting chance of saving our country.

A Snapshot from Britain's Courts (VI)

Snippets of current cases from the London courts taken from Court News UK.

None of these cases seem to have been reported in the national or local press.
CHADWELL HEATH, ESSEX; MILTON KEYNES, BUCKS; A would-be rapist forced his terrified victim to flee her home dressed in just a skimpy nightgown, a court heard today (Mon). Onosoji Ononuga, 44, sneaked into the woman's ground floor flat in Chadwell Heath, Essex, before tip-toeing into bedroom and molesting her, it was said.

ILFORD, ESSEX. A man who repeatedly punched a woman in her own home was jailed for 12 months today (Mon). Zein Sheikh, 28, attacked the woman in a bedroom while her children were downstairs.

CLAPHAM, SOUTHWEST LONDON. An illegal immigrant who launched a brutal attack on a former Royal Marine when he bravely tried to stop him causing carnage in the street faces years behind bars today (tues). Algerian Mohammed Barkat, 22, pushed a broken bottle into hero Jamie Caddis' armpit, severing an artery in the early hours rampage outside a bar.

KENTISH TOWN, NW LONDON. A sex pest cafe boss is facing possible jail after he was found guilty of repeatedly groping two young waitresses. Ramazan Soyler, 45, fondled the victims' bottoms and breasts on a daily basis while they were trying to do their jobs.

PECKHAM, SOUTHEAST LONDON; SHEPHERD'S BUSH, WEST LONDON. A teenage bully who stabbed a 13 year-old girl in the chest to make herself look tough is facing jail. The 15 year-old was upset by rumours she had been called 'moist' - street slang for stupid - and wanted to save face.

HOUNSLOW, WEST LONDON A desperate virgin who tried to rape a fellow university student on her birthday faces jail today (FRI). Amanpreet Grewal, 20, forced himself on the victim after getting drunk at her party in the Tiger Tiger bar in London's West End.

STRATFORD, EAST LONDON A sadistic girl gang member who stripped a teenage rival naked and lashed her with a belt was jailed for three years today (Fri). Funmilola Ojajuni, 18, known as 'Sarah' was part of the east London 'Girls over Men' gang which had abducted the victim by knifepoint before assaulting her in a filthy alleyway.

CAMBERLEY, SURREY; DEWSBURY, WEST YORKS; SALFORD, MANCHESTER; LEICESTER. A Nigerian businessman and his wife appeared in court today (Thurs) accused of taking part in a £3million mortgage scam. Dr Adesina Somoye, 51, and Laikeun Looi-Somoye, 47, allegedly plotted with a fraud ring to pocket home loans and launder the proceeds.

LAMBETH, SW LONDON. Two 16-year-old girls acted like 'wild animals' when they stamped on a man's leg until he heard it crack after he told them off for swearing, a court heard today (Thurs). The pair pulled stroke victim Patrick De-Cambre to the ground before punching and kicking him 'too many times to remember', jurors heard.

HACKNEY, EAST LONDON; A promising young footballer accused of repeatedly raping a schoolgirl over a nine day period is now facing a retrial. The 15-year-old, who cannot be named, allegedly forced the 14-year-old virgin to have sex with him in an alleyway, a toilet and in a park.

THORNTON HEATH, CROYDON, SURREY. Three teenagers accused of murdering a man for his Blackberry mobile phone will stand trial in April next year. Jegir Ahmmadi, 19, and two 17 year-old boys allegedly robbed Saravanakumar Sellappan on the evening of October 17 this year.

HACKNEY, EAST LONDON. A teenager who stabbed a takeaway delivery man in the chest was jailed for eight years today (Mon). Ahmed Omar, 18, pounced on Carlos Alberto as he dropped-off a Chinese meal at a block of flats.

ST JOHN'S WOOD, KILBURN, NW LONDON; A stalker who burst into a nursery and accused a mother of being a prostitute narrowly escaped jail today (Fri). Raezki Abdelkader, 35, ran into Portman Early Childhood Centre in St John’s Wood, northwest London, claiming to be the father of one of the children.

PECKHAM, LEWISHAM, SE LONDON; A convicted sex attacker who forced a student out of her home with a 'disgusting' harassment campaign was jailed for 18 months today (FRI). Saed Musa, 28, stalked the young woman for eight days to declare his love for on the doorstep of her one-bedroom flat in Peckham, southeast London.

Abuse of Public Funds

I thought I would compile four articles I found recently which show just how public money is spent in Britain.

Although the vast majority of the money discussed is taxpayers' cash, some is from charitable organisations which use the money of unwitting donors to fund exclusively ethnic or faith-based organisations - which would be banned if set up by the indigenous majority.

The first article concerns £550,000 which will be spent "improving grades and employment opportunities" in Bradford's Islamic supplementary schools:
A £550,000 programme is aiming to improve grades and employment rates in some of Bradford's Islamic supplementary schools.

The Open Madrasah Network is a pilot project which will offer additional support in some of the district's madaris.

Four madaris in the area are initially taking part in the scheme, believed to be the first of its kind in the country

Of those taking part initially, one madrasah is in Keighley and three are in Bradford.

The madaris participating in the project will receive English and maths tutoring along with supplementary GCSE courses, careers advice and jobs fairs.

From January the network will be expanded to include a further 15 madaris.

Speaking ahead of the project's launch yesterday at the House of Lords, Bradford Council leader Kris Hopkins said: "We are travelling to London to show how Bradford district is at the cutting edge of education and social change in Britain.

"By providing additional support within madaris we are reaching into the heart of the community and offering more people access to life-changing services.

"Education, skills and employment are important priorities for Bradford Council and we are completely committed to doing everything we can to ensure all our residents are given the best possible opportunities."

Councillor Hopkins, chair of the Open Madrasah Network, joined Lord Kamlesh Patel OBE and representatives from Yorkshire Forward, Asian Trade Link (Yorkshire) Ltd and Education Bradford in London yesterday.

The key figures from Yorkshire spoke to a select group of MPs, peers and education and business representatives at the launch.

Arshad Javed, of ATL, said "We believe this is an exciting initiative that can bring about real transformational change in raising standards and bring about a more inclusive society."

The programme will offer children and adults a comprehensive package of support designed to boost educational grades, employment rates and improve life chances for some of Bradford district's most disadvantaged residents.

The project will work with children as young as primary school age all the way through to older students who are sitting GCSEs as well as adults.

Regional development agency Yorkshire Forward is funding the programme with £550,000 over three years.

The director of economic inclusion for Yorkshire Forward, Thea Stein, said: "Yorkshire Forward has developed this project because of our recognition of the importance of the Muslim faith sector in Bradford as holding critical keys in improving the economic outcomes for Bradford's communities.

"We are confident that the approach we have used to building this partnership will be instrumental in shaping better outcomes for attainment, jobs and skills. "

The Open Madrasah Network is being delivered by ATL with Education Bradford, Bradford Council, Yorkshire Forward, Jamiyat Tabligh Ul Islam, Madania Tahfeezul Quran, Abu Zahra Foundation, Islamic Cultural and Educational Association.

The head of cohesion and diversity for Education Bradford, Jani Rashed, said: "The relationship between madrasahs and mainstream schools is a very important factor when looking to raise levels of educational attainment.

"The Open Madrasah Network makes for a very good vehicle in developing that relationship.

"Education Bradford is very pleased to be working in partnership with Yorkshire Forward and ATL as a major stakeholder in piloting this project."

The second article reveals that £1 million is spent every year on one group of 120 asylum seekers who have been refused permission to stay in Britain but are still living in Croydon:
Some have not been deported years after applications to remain in Britain were rejected, and until they are the council is continuing to support them.

Because they have been refused asylum they cannot work, so the council gives them benefits and somewhere to live.

The asylum seekers have all come to Croydon, unaccompanied by an adult, when under the age of 18.

The council is reimbursed for looking after them until they are 18 but after that it gets no money at all, forcing taxpayers to foot the bill.

The number of people in this situation has tripled in just two years, with the cost of looking after them quadrupling from £250,000 in 2007 to an estimated £1 million for 2009.

The council argues it has a statutory obligation to make sure this group of vulnerable people do not end up on the street, and says the Home Office is not doing enough to deport them.

However, the UK Border Agency says the council is not legally obliged to do so, and that efforts are being made to ensure some are sent home, while others are appealing or cheating the system.

More cases are likely in the future as a result of the Government's controversial decision to make Croydon the only place in the UK people can claim asylum.

Richard Ottaway, MP for Croydon South, believe the latest revelation makes a mockery of the Government's claim the change in policy will have a minimal impact on Croydon.

"I am both surprised and concerned by these figures," he said.

"They illustrate the problem Croydon is facing by becoming the country's only walk-in asylum centre.

"It is inevitable the numbers of asylum seekers will increase, and it is equally likely the number of rejections will rise, meaning more people will fall into this category.

"The Government needs to explain why they have failed to deport these people, and why the taxpayer is counting the cost."

A spokesman for the council revealed the expense is likely to increase as other young asylum seekers are awaiting a decision.

The head of the UK Border Agency's local immigration team in Croydon, Frances Beasley, says that people with no right to remain in Britain are "expected to return voluntarily" but will be removed if they don't.

She added: "Of the cases that the council is assisting, each one is different.

"Each case can take a different amount of time to finalise, depending on whether there are outstanding appeals or travel documents to be processed for removal."

The third article reveals that a charity, the Football Foundation, has donated £235,000 to the "Muslim Women's Sport Foundation":
THE Muslim Women's Sports Foundation (MWSF) is celebrating following a £235k grant awarded by the Football Foundation, the UK's largest sports charity.

The grant will allow the the group to embark on the the Born to Succeed project - a three year plan aiming to increase the number of black, minority ethnic women in sport.

The MWSF hopes to provide facilities and support that take into consideration religious and cultural sensitivities of black, minority ethnic women - by developing a number of futsal and basketball clubs, introducing summer and year-round leagues, engaging in school outreach programmes, conducting research projects and in recruiting and training volunteers, coaches and referees.

It will also allow increasing access to player pathways, promoting healthy living in the community, providing alternative social activities in mainstream society, promoting cohesion and understanding between Muslim and non-Muslim communities, and developing role models for future generations of women.

Chairperson of the MWSF, Rimla Akhtar said: "The fact is that there are many Muslim women in this country who love to play sport and compete - this enthusiasm has been made clear in the work we have carried out so far.

"However, there has been a definite lack of funding and resources such as facilities - that cater for the needs of groups like MWSF.

"This grant, we believe, is the first of its kind and will enable the MWSF to build a foundation on which future generations of minority ethnic women can grow and succeed when it comes to sport. It is only the beginning of a much larger effort to develop healthy and confident women and girls in the UK.

"We thank the Football Foundation for leading the way in supporting the sporting development of this unique group of women and girls."

The launch of the Born to Succeed project will take place on tomorrow (31 October 2009) at the Ellen Wilkinson School for Girls, Queen's Drive, Acton , between 10 to 11.15 am.

Finally, The Somerset County Gazette reveals that the government will spend £314,000 of a levy collected on non-EU students and migrants on "helping Polish and Portuguese migrants have access to public services":
A POT of £314,094 will help Polish and Portuguese people living in Somerset get better access to key services.

The cash, passed on by the Government from a levy on non-European Union migrants and students, will help non-English speakers with services such as the police, education and mental health.

The scheme includes hiring Polish-speaking Police Community Support Officers; signposting basic services such as health, housing and social care; free interpreting services for schools; ensuring migrants know how to access mental health services.

Chief Superintendent Nikki Watson, of Avon and Somerset Police, said: “In Somerset we have some diverse communities and together with our partners we share a desire to serve all aspects of our society.

“This money will help us to make sure that as many people as possible are aware of the services available to them and that they feel confident using them."

Projects to be implemented by the partnership agencies over the coming months include: *Polish liaison PCSOs working with Polish communities to build trust and confidence in the police, reduce fear of crime and improve dialogue.

*Community Link Workers for Polish and Portuguese-speaking communities to introduce and signpost migrant workers to basic services such as health, housing and social care, establish a migrant workers’ forum and appoint a part-time English teacher.

*support workers for 14 to 19-year-old migrant backgrounds to meet together, ensure greater participation in mainstream activities and help them apply for school and college places.

*mental health qualified support workers to support migrant worker communities.

Britain's Priorities (II)

The BBC reported yesterday that five men were arrested in anti-terror raids across Greater Manchester.

Initial reports were far from candid about the nature and purpose of the raids, but The South Manchester Reporter provided further details:

A RELIGIOUS leader is among five men arrested on suspicion of terrorism.

The Muslim preacher and three others were arrested in raids across Greater Manchester this morning.

The man, who has not been named, teaches the Koran at a number of mosques across the region.

The 62-year-old was arrested at his home on Willows Lane, Deane, Bolton.

"I'm surprised. He carries out spiritual sessions twice-a-week. He is very spiritual," said one source within the Muslim community.


It is understood this morning's raids were part of an investigation into terror training camps in Afghanistan which may have led to a terror plot overseas.

Police sources have stressed the threat was not 'imminent' nor aimed at the UK.

The raids were culmination of a year-long investigation into the recruitment here of would-be terrorists for training in Afghanistan.

The five men have been arrested on suspicion of terrorism and also inciting an act of terrorism overseas.

First, police swooped on three addresses in Manchester and one in Bolton at around 4am.

Another man, 27, was arrested in a later raid in Rydal Walk, Stalybridge.

Police have said more arrests could follow.

Around 40 unarmed officers were involved in the raids and they are now searching the properties.

The raids took place at a mobile phone shop and the flat above on Stockport Road, Levenshulme. No-one was arrested at these properties.

Police arrested a 52-year-old man at a house on Victoria Terrace, Longsight, and a 21-year-old man at a property on Bowdon Avenue, Fallowfield.

Later police arrested a 26-year-old man at a hotel near Heathrow Airport.

Solicitor Shabnam Yunis, 26, from Mustafa Solicitors, works a few doors away from Efones, on Stockport Road, Longsight, which was raided along with the flat above, said: "The two lads who own the shop are really decent friendly lads. I am really shocked. You just don't expect anything like this going on. It is normally a quiet and respectable area."

Assistant Chief Constable Dave Thompson said: "Protecting people both at home and abroad is our primary concern which is why we take such steps.

"This is a complex and ongoing investigation, which has now reached the point where it was necessary to make arrests and speak to a number of people.

"There was no direct threat against Greater Manchester and the arrests are the latest stage of a thorough investigation. We have been liaising with local people to provide reassurance about what has happened and will continue to keep a high profile presence in affected areas.

"Officers will also be distributing letters around the areas concerned and speaking to residents to let people know what has happened and to ask them to continue to work with us in the coming days.

"The community will be concerned that these arrests caused disruption and distress to people living there. There is no suggestion that those other people were involved in any offences and our priority is to look after these people."

No, the "community" should be bloody grateful that the British authorities see it as their role to prevent their wayward offspring getting blown up or shot by our soldiers in Afghanistan or Pakistan - but let's not let a little thing like common sense intrude here.

Best to just waste countless hours of police time and public money on "reassurance" exercises. Police activity, caried out fairly and within the boundaries of the law, should reassure the law-abiding in itself.

It's not our fault that large numbers of people living in Britain identify with a death cult or a "community" above the country that has taken them in and raised them up.

Might I respectfully suggest that the Greater Manchester Police officers used to hand out those leaflets (no doubt produced in a plethora of languages native to the sub-continent, all on us) might be better placed taking part in beat-sweeps for illegal immigrants and others who have no right to actually be here?

But anyway, I digress.

What will happen to these men if the evidence against them is deemed overwhelming?

Well, some will be charged. Some may even be convicted. It is not beyond the realms of possibility that one or two of them may actually be deported, after serving any prison sentence and fighting exhaustive appeals on the taxpayer's pound.

Some might be luckier than that, however; today The Telegraph draws our attention to dangerous Muslim terrorists placed on "control orders".

Control orders are a form of house arrest used for those deemed dangerous but whom cannot be tried for fear of releasing sensitive intelligence information into the public domain. Judges have ruled that imprisoning them would be a breach of their human rights, and I suppose it goes without saying that deportation is out of the question.

Twenty four suspects placed on control orders since April 2007 have cost the British taxpayer over £600,000; the government has paid them an average of £25,000 each to take care of their living costs.

This figure does not include any social security benefits they receive. Of the 13 currently subject to control orders, 9 receive additional welfare payments:

There are currently 13 suspected terrorists under control orders. Their movements and actions are restricted because the security services believe that they pose a threat to public safety.

They cannot be kept in prison because judges have ruled it would breach their human rights. However, they cannot be put on trial because the security services believe the information that would be used to prosecute them is too sensitive to disclose in court. Instead they are ordered to stay at home, under regular supervision.

Because it is impractical for them to find work, the taxpayer has to pick up the bill for some living costs.

One suspect received more than £9,000 in a single year, consisting of £7,744 towards his accommodation, £891 for utilities, £429 for council tax and £88 towards phone line rental.

Separate figures released under the Freedom of Information Act showed that the total cost to the Home Office of the control orders regime since April 2006 is £9.4 million. Since 2007, £180,000 has been paid to private security companies contracted to carry out “electronic monitoring” of the suspects. The Home Office figures do not include welfare payments. The Department for Work and Pensions said earlier this year that nine suspects were receiving some sort of welfare payments. Seven were receiving job seeker’s allowance.

As well as criticism about the civil liberties implications of control orders, the government has faced charges of being ineffective at controlling suspects. Despite being under regular surveillance by the security forces, at least seven suspects have absconded. Some are thought to have fled the country. Some people who have been subject to orders are said to be extremist preachers who do not directly participate in terrorism but encourage others to do so.

The incompetence and contempt for the public continues to be revealed.

What really confuses me, however, is the 7 who receive job seeker's allowance; the terms of the payments state that one must prove they are actively looking for work in order to receive them. As The Telegraph notes, none of these men can practically work or look for work.

If only that were the worst of it, we would by comparison live in a sane and healthy country.

Monday, 16 November 2009

A Warning for America

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the alleged mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, will stand trial before a federal court in New York.

This will occur basically so that Barack Obama can tell the U.S. and international Left that he has fulfilled one of his major campaign promises - shutting down Guantanamo Bay military prison in Cuba.

He is unable to palm all of the suspected terrorists off on smaller nations, however, so his efforts have been harried. Add to that the fact that some of the relatives of victims and survivors of 9/11 would actually like to see some form of justice served, and it's all been a little bit of a headache for him, really.

The dangers of having hardened al-Qaeda members in civilian prisons, no matter how secure, is a problem which deserves much more attention than it is being paid currently.

Here is the story of Louis Pepe (pictured above), a prison guard left with serious brain injuries after a brutal attack by two founding members of al-Qaeda - in a federal supermax - 10 months before 9/11:

The high-security prison in New York City where 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed is expected to be sent to await his trial has a supermax wing to keep even the most notorious criminals quiet — but it isn't perfect. Just ask Louis Pepe.

Ten months before Al Qaeda in 2001 struck a deathblow in the heart lower Manhattan, one of the terrorist group's founding members plunged a sharpened comb through Pepe's left eye and into his brain, blinding the 42-year-old prison guard and causing severe brain injuries that plague him to this day.

Pepe told FoxNews.com he worries that sending Mohammed and four of his alleged fellow 9/11 conspirators to New York could compromise the safety of the guards at the MCC prison. Keeping the prisoners in one location, he said, was especially dangerous.

"Could you imagine over there what they're gonna do, God forbid?" asked Pepe, now 52, who lost feeling in the right side of his body and most of his ability to speak. "After all these years, you'd think they should know."

On Nov. 1, 2000, Pepe was ambushed in the cell of Mamdouh Mahmud Salim — an alleged top aide to Usama bin Laden. Salim's cellmate, another Al Qaeda suspect, joined in the attack, which prosecutors say was an attempt to steal Pepe's keys to the cell block to free other prisoners and take hostages.

The two had been granted permission by a federal judge to purchase hot sauce, says Pepe's sister, which they then stored in a honey jar and used to create a blinding mace. Teaming up against Pepe, they beat and blinded him, covering the floor in his spattered blood. They then tried to rape him as he waited an entire hour for fellow guards to come to his aid, his sister said.

"They wanted to discredit the badge and what he stood for," Eileen Trotta told FoxNews.com. "After they plunged him in the eye with that makeshift knife, they did the sign of the cross on his chest."

Trotta said it would be like "deja vu" to see more Al Qaeda detainees shipped into New York for trial, where their court hearings will be just blocks from Ground Zero

"There's no reason why everything has to be in New York, especially after 9/11 and what happened to Louis," she said. "It doesn't make sense — why bring them into the hotbed of the city?"

The Obama administration announced Friday morning it was ending the military commissions that were trying Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and his four co-defendants at Guantanamo Bay, and would transfer them into civilian courts — and out of the military prison complex that has kept them confined for the better part of a decade.

The federal Bureau of Prisons, which administers the MCC complex in New York, said the jail has long housed "some of the most dangerous offenders" in the nation — and housed them safely. Accused terrorists linked to Al Qaeda plots are currently being held in cells on "10 South," the prison's notorious 10th floor, where the convicted leaders of the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center were held during their trial.

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said he supported the Obama administration's decision to bring the suspects to New York to face justice near the World Trade Center site where so many New Yorkers were murdered.

"I have great confidence that the NYPD, with federal authorities, will handle security expertly," Bloomberg said. "The NYPD is the best police department in the world and it has experience dealing with high-profile terrorism suspects and any logistical issues that may come up during the trials."

The Bureau of Prisons said the attack on Pepe was nearly unique and that the prison's highly trained staff are prepared for any class of criminal.

"That was an extraordinarily brutal attack and I don't believe they've experienced anything like that since then," said Traci Billingsley, a spokeswoman for the bureau.

Billingsley said she could not discuss whether security measures have changed since Pepe was nearly killed in 2000, nor could she discuss whether any new steps would be taken if more Al Qaeda suspects are sent to the MCC.

But those reassurances were little consolation for Pepe and his sister, who said the government was quick to forget the terrible lesson of his attack.

"We're such a lax country — we don't learn from our mistakes," Trotta told FoxNews.com. "We have to protect our own, and at this point we're not doing it.

"After almost 10 years I'm still seeing my brother struggling very hard to have some kind of semblance of life."

These men are not ordinary criminals - and Obama treats them as such at his peril, or more importantly that of the prison staff and the American people.

But then, questions can legitimately be asked as to whether or not Obama genuinely sees America and her people as "his own".

Gaddafi Tries to Convert 200 Italian "Party Girls" to Islam

From the BBC:

A group of party girls got more than they bargained for when they were recruited to attend a posh do in Rome on Sunday night.

Instead of canapés and cocktails, the 200 young women found themselves being encouraged to become Muslims.

It turned out the host was Libya's leader, Col Muammar Gaddafi, in town for the UN food summit.

He spoke of the wonders of Islam and assured his guests it was not anti-women, as some critics argue.

The selection process had been rigorous; the identity of the host, a mystery.

The girls had to be beautiful, between 18 and 35 - and at least 1.70m tall.

The dress code was strict: plunging necklines and short miniskirts were most definitely out.

Two-hundred women passed muster and were bussed to a plush residential corner of the Italian capital.

Security scanned and shown into an imposing reception room, they were then left waiting, as several complained, without so much as a glass of water.

An hour later, their host's identity was finally revealed.

Col Gaddafi proceeded to preach the benefits of Islam, taking particular pains to assure his guests that it was not misogynistic, and encouraging them to convert.

Two hours later, the women left, looking a touch bemused, 50 euros ($75; £45) better off and clutching a copy of the Koran.

Notice the lighthearted way that this is treated.

The man is a crank, and it might seem funny upon first glance, but is it?

He is trying to convert a group of Italian women, who he specified must be of child-bearing age, to Islam en masse on Italian soil.

This is a man who knows that mass immigration is a dagger in the heart of Europe and the West; so he must be aware that after colonisation, subduing, absorbing and "integrating" the inhabitants (us) is the next step. Converting women to Islam, thus ensuring they will raise Muslim children, is the easiest way.

I wonder if the BBC would find all of this so amusing if a far-Right party tried the same trick?

But of course, a tyrannical Muslim despot can do no wrong.

***Update 18:21***

The Daily Mail has slightly more information - apparently the women were hired from one of Italy's largest escort agencies. The article claims 500 attended, but most other sources agree on 200 - although more such lectures will appsrently be held before he leaves Rome, one tonight and one tomorrow.

Whilst many of the women were said to have felt offended, some actually seem to have swallowed his drivel:

One blonde woman who did not give her name said: ‘I was particularly offended when he said we believed that Christ had been crucified but he hadn’t, instead it was someone who looked like him and that God had saved Christ.’

But Alessandro Londero, of Rome-based Hostessweb, who claims his agency is ‘one of the biggest in Europe with more than 65,000 girls’ on its books, insisted: ‘It was a very enjoyable experience and the girls were captivated by the evening.

‘Some of them have already been in touch with me to express an interest in going to Libya and seeing the place for themselves and speaking further with Gaddafi about converting to Islam.

‘He gave the girls Italian translations of the Koran and of his Green Book and he said he would be in touch with them to test them and make sure they had read them.

Britain's Priorities

Yesterday The Times reported that some of Britain's most dangerous Muslim preachers and terrorists were smuggling out fatwas and propaganda from Britain's most secure prisons, as well as leading recruitment drives among petty and violent criminals:

Abu Qatada, described by MI5 as “Osama Bin Laden’s right-hand man in Europe”, has published fatwas — religious rulings — on the internet from Long Lartin prison, in Worcestershire, calling for holy war and the murder of moderate Muslims, it reveals.

Abu Doha — said to be Al-Qaeda’s main recruiter in Europe — has taken courses in Belmarsh prison, south London, enabling him to mentor other inmates.

Abu Hamza, jailed in 2006 for inciting murder, has preached radical sermons to followers using water pipes in his Belmarsh cell, and Rachid Ramda, the Algerian leader of the Paris Métro bomb plot, led Friday prayers in the same jail.


The path from prison radicalisation to full-scale terror plotting is well trodden. One petty criminal who turned to Islam while a teenage inmate was Muktar Said Ibrahim. He served time for indecent assault on a 15-year-old girl and mugging a 77-year-old woman at a Tube station. He graduated to terrorism via various radical London mosques and camps in Afghanistan and went on to lead the failed London bombings of July 21, 2005.


In October 2006, a Libyan detainee wanted in Italy on terrorism charges used telephone boxes in Long Lartin to speak live on an Islamic television channel. He compared British prisons with Guantanamo Bay and Abu Ghraib, where the American military abused Iraqi inmates.

In a rant designed to inflame followers into a hatred of Britain, he described the special immigration court that in effect sent him to jail without a jury trial as a “fascist court martial”. Qatada, a fellow inmate, went further. In a series of fatwas released in June 2008, he reflected on theological arguments legitimising the murder of Muslims who were opposed to Al-Qaeda.

The Quilliam report states: “He additionally described the police and army of Muslim majority countries opposed to Al-Qaeda as ‘kafirs and apostates’ — thereby also justifying jihadist attacks against them.”

Last March, in An Address to the Muslims, apparently smuggled out of his cell, Qatada equated the British government to pagans whom the prophet Muhammad fought and defeated.


Inspectors have separately warned of the rise of Muslim gangs whose leaders engage in violence and intimidation, sometimes forcing others to convert.

In Frankland prison in 2007 and 2008, Dhiren Barot, leader of the so-called “dirty bomb” plot against London, and Omar Khyam, who planned to attack London nightclubs and shopping centres with a fertiliser bomb, have been involved in a series of tit-for-tat attacks on other prisoners.

Violence partly fomented by the two extremists led to boiling water being thrown over prisoners, stabbings, arson attacks and attempts to wreck prison facilities.

The fact that the British authorities do not have a clue what they are doing is hardly news; however, I might be able to shed some light on how these fatwas are "smuggled out" - yesterday I pointed out that radical cleric Abu Hamza, currently detained in the most secure area of HMP Belmarsh, was given a £1,000 laptop by the prison service.

Paid for by the taxpayer, it was meant "to help him with appeals and legal research."

I wonder if they'll be taking that back now this has come to light?

Whatever happens, they are still running rings around themselves to make sure his stay at Her Majesty's pleasure is comfortable - today it was revealed that £650 has just been spent installing special taps in Hamza's cell, so he can operate them with his hook.

If all of the most dangerous Muslims in British prisons get treated like this, no wonder they have utter contempt for us and feel the need to brag about it far and wide.

Nice to see that, as always, Her Majesty's Government have their priorities right - and the British people and their safety are at the bottom of the list.

Sunday, 15 November 2009

"The Muslim Boys" Attack Prisoner over Remembrance Day

The Daily Mirror reports that a white inmate at HMP Belmarsh was attacked and seriously injured by "The Muslim Boys" gang last week.

A different white inmate had chastised two members of the gang for failing to show any respect on Remembrance Sunday, when they continued a game of table tennis during the two minutes' silence. This prompted him to grab the ball to prevent the game.

In response, five members of the gang went looking for any white inmate they could find to exact revenge, and ended up attacking a man with boiling water and a glass jar in a sock, which left him needing emergency surgery.

Three of the attackers were sent to solitary confinement, whilst the other two gathered yet more members of the gang and attempted to ambush another white inmate, but he bested them.
Of course, The Mirror has nothing to say about the evils of racism and discrimination in this instance, simply quoting a prison insider:
Two white cons have been moved away, while the Muslim Boys will be dealt with at the prison. A Belmarsh source said: "Tensions are simmering. It's very worrying."

The article claims that "The Muslim Boys" are an al-Qaeda splinter group, but I'm not sure this is true - they are simply a glaring example of the remarkable hole this country has dug for itself through its immigration policies.

"The Muslim Boys" began as a group of mainly black criminals from south London who converted to Islam in prison. They regarded the name as something outsiders called them, referring to themselves as the "Poverty Driven Children" (good to see they at least learned one thing at school, then - it's all whitey's fault).

They acquired a fearsome reputation on the streets of Lambeth and Southwark, where their specialty was robbing drug dealers and demanding protection money from other criminals - all whilst wearing long leather coats and waving Mac-10 submachine guns.

As their power grew, they began intimidating local imams to open mosques in the early hours so they could pray after stealing, as well as forcing other young black men to convert to Islam at gunpoint.

At least one, Anthony Marriott, was shot in the head and killed for refusing them.

By 2004, pretty much all London's other black criminal gangs were united against them - but that only drove them to more violence.

In December 2004, PC Liam Morrow was shot in the legs after being alerted to suspicious activity:

PC Morrow, 23, was shot three times in his legs, in Madeira Avenue, Bromley, on December 20, last year.

Five officers went to the street just after midnight following reports four men in a car were acting suspiciously.

Khan and his three accomplices fled in the direction of Highland Road when officers approached them and PC Morrow was shot as they fled.

He returned to work in May and has vowed the incident will not affect his work.

He said: "I'm not scared. I have wanted to be a policeman all my life and nothing will stop me from doing my job."

Some linked the man convicted, Zartash Khan, to the Muslim Boys.

However, as the authorities crowed that many of the gang's leading figures were being jailed, its effectiveness was being reduced and it didn't have any "genuine Islamic links" anyway, it was well known by 2005 that the Muslim Boys were making a hell of a reputation for themselves in HMP Belmarsh:

Inside Belmarsh jail, the Muslim Boys have imported their savage and ferocious behavior. They have carved for themselves a unique position within the prison hierarchy, feared by inmates and treated with caution by prison officers. To achieve this, they have violently attacked inmates and staff alike.

In December 2005, a leaked internal security report from the jail stated: “Prisoners reported abuse, assaults, intimidation and threats. Some of the atrocities were carried out with impunity during associations causing victims to fear for their lives. Most of the perpetrators are believed to be members of the Muslim Boys gang who intensified their drive to recruit other prisoners to the fold. They force prisoners to accept the Muslim faith - those who refuse suffer assaults. They promise potential converts protection from other prisoners and staff who they challenge at every opportunity.”

A month later, a source inside the prison stated: “The Muslim Boys’ gang master orders most of the assaults on fellow prisoners. They rule through fear and are very hard to infiltrate.”

In February 2006, a prominent member of the Muslim Boys gang led an attack upon prison staff that led to a riot in the prison’s high security unit. A prison guard was set upon by two inmates. Two of these were Muslim Boys gang members. Another prisoner then joined in. The officer was hit around his head and upper body with a pool cue and also a sock that had been filled with cans of tuna. He received cuts and needed hospital treatment. The incident led to further violence in which two other prison guards were also attacked. One of these was punched and kicked in the shower block of the unit, and the other was assaulted in the medical treatment room. About ten prisoners and ten staff fought with each other, and five prisoners were given disciplinary action.

On Good Friday, April 14 2006, one member of the Muslim Boys was “punished” for trying to convert out of Islam. When the Belmarsh prisoner was in the toilet, eight Muslim Boys gang members attacked him. The victim received head injuries. When prison officers tried to intervene, they too were attacked. The Home Office denied that the attack had been a serious incident, but a spokesperson said that four men were being subjected to “administrative action.”

In May 2007, a leading member of the Muslim Boys gang again led an attack upon Belmarsh prison staff. On the morning of May 4, this individual was asked to hand over his laptop computer to a prison officer. In March 2006 the prison had controversially authorized the issue of laptop computers costing £1,000 apiece ($1,958) to 28 of the prisoners in the jail, including terror suspects and Abu Hamza. The prison authorities argued that these computers were to be used for prisoners to prepare their legal defenses.

The Muslim Boys gang member had been suspected of using a smuggled card to enable his laptop computer to be connected to the internet. He refused to give the computer to the officer and then punched and kicked him. Other prisoners then joined in, brandishing pool cues. When the security alarm was sounded, three more prison officers were attacked, in what was regarded by staff as a pre-planned assault. One of the prison officers received a broken chin and another underwent shoulder injuries.

And the prison authorities are only just concerned about "tensions simmering over"?

No - they are concerned that the public will find out just who runs parts of HMP Belmarsh, and their masters at the Home Office (or the "Justice Ministry" are whatever it's called this week) will be held to account at the ballot box, as they deserve to be.

Blindness Vs. Islam in America

A Vietnam war veteran from Florida has attempted to send a bouquet of flowers to Fort Hood gunman Nidal Malik Hasan, lauding him as a "hero":
Just a day after the horrific shooting, Ross ordered a bouquet of yellow roses costing $59.95 to be delivered to Hasan in the hospital.
Ross included a note with the flowers, which read “Major Nidal Hasan. Qur’an Chapter 2: Verse 190-3. In God’s eye, those who submit, you are a hero.”

Ross, a former Vietnam War soldier himself and a self-described Christian, said “The FBI came by and thought I was on drugs… That’s part of Christianity, love your enemies and do good to them.”

Ross was reported to the FBI by the florist, also a veteran, and he claims that much of what he does is dictated to him by the Holy Spirit, so it is probably best not to take his interpretation of events too seriously.

This concept of "loving your enemies" does not seem to have reached everyone in the United States, however.

On 10th November 2009, it was reported that police had been called to a disturbance at a shopping centre in Pleasanton, California.

A 22 year old man, Abdul Walid Hamid, was screaming anti-Christian comments and acting in a violent manner before he snatched a crucifix from around a man's neck:
Deputy District Attorney Ronda Theisen requested the bail for Abdul Walid Hamid stay at $27,000 as the 22-year-old man was arraigned Tuesday morning on charges of battery, grand theft, exhibition of a deadly weapon and a possible hate crime.

Police arrested 22-year-old Hamid of Hayward Wednesday evening after he reportedly robbed a man and scared others at Stoneridge Shopping Center.

Calling it a bizarre case, Theisen also asked that Hamid, who is still in custody, be ordered to stay out of the mall if he does post bail and leaves jail.

Through an interpreter, Hamid requested a public defender and was scheduled to appear in court at 9 a.m. Thursday where he is expected to enter a plea.

According to reports, Hamid was yelling "Allah is power" and "Islam is great" while holding a pen in a fist over his head and witnesses said he had been shouting anti-Christian comments.

Pleaanton Police Lt. Mike Elerick said the man was not provoked and didn't threaten violence, but he committed robbery when he grabbed and broke a crucifix off a man's neck.

Police said they weren't aware of a prior criminal history for the man.

"We had multiple people calling 911," Elerick said. "One female was crouching down and hiding from him. He definitely scared quite a few people."

Nothing to do with Islam, obviously! What a perplexing mystery, Deputy DA Theison - what could his motive have been? Islam is power? Allah is great? Nope, nothing to see here.

I personally feel that whilst Westerners and Christians are loving and embracing their enemies, with interpreters and public defenders if not bouquets of flowers, and Muslims are hating and attacking theirs, there can only be one outcome.

At least Muslims actually identify who their enemies are, something the vast majority of people in the modern West either cannot or will not do.

More Moderate Muslims

Whenever the spectre of Muslim terrorism and Jihad is raised, two things happen.

The person raising such questions is invariably dismissed as an "ignorant bigot", no matter how much he knows about Islam, and he is told that "moderate Muslims" will eventually win the day - if we just make the effort, concessions, etc, to reach out to them and let them know how tolerant we are.

This is flawed thinking, of course, as two recent revelations indicate.

Firstly, Osama Saeed, the founder and head of the Scottish Islamic Foundation, has been revealed as an adherent of Anwar al-Alwaki, a preacher who praised Major Nidal Hasan and the recent Fort Hood massacre in Texas.

Of course, Saeed is now back-pedalling and claiming he feels "cheated" by the cleric:

A radical Muslim cleric alleged to have inspired the Fort Hood gunman has been praised in the past as “a preacher of peace” by a prominent SNP candidate with close links to Alex Salmond.

The FBI is investigating communications between Major Nidal Hasan, who killed 13 people at the US Army base in Texas, and Imam Anwar al-Awlaki, a US-born Muslim cleric now based in Yemen. Mr Awlaki has a large following in Britain and counts prominent mainstream Muslims among his supporters.

In 2006 Osama Saeed, who has been selected as the SNP candidate for Glasgow Central for the next general election, wrote that Mr Awlaki “preached nothing but peace”.

Last night Mr Saeed, who was researcher to Mr Salmond before he became the Scottish First Minister, distanced himself from Mr Awlaki, saying that he now felt “cheated” by the cleric.

Saeed is reportedly very close to Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond and the socialist Scottish National Party. His organisation has received British taxpayers' cash, including some before it was legally established and "entitled" to do so.

The Times also reveals that more "mainstream" British Muslims were adherents of al-Awlaki:

Despite his extremist reputation, the cleric has attracted widespread support from mainstream British Muslim groups and individuals.

Azad Ali, president of the Civil Service Islamic Society, wrote last November that Mr Awlaki was “one of my favourite speakers and scholars”.

Mr Ali, whose society’s patron is Sir Gus O’Donnell, the Cabinet Secretary, distanced himself from the cleric’s views last night. He said: “I reject them and disassociate myself from them completely.”

Of course he does, now - publicly, at least. That pension is far too lucrative to lose.

In the article's comments section, a Muslim accuses the critics of these men of hypocrisy - isn't someone entitled to change his mind?

Well, maybe - but would a former BNP member, for example, be given the same courtesy? I think not. In fact, if someone like Salmond was known to have associated with such people, that would probably be the end of his career, however innocent he was of any wrongdoing or impeccable his own credentials.

The second story to confirm the folly of 'out reach' concerns David Cameron's new, cuddly Tories. Desperate to win their share of the Muslim vote, the party sanctioned a website called the "Conservative Muslim Forum" in 2005.

Now they are A) trying to distance themselves from the project, and B) track down the man who designed it for them, because it features large chunks of text from Islam Online, written by hate preacher Yusuf al-Qaradawi, who is banned from both Britain and America and has called the slaughter of Israeli civilians "a necessary Jihad":
Officials were trying to contact the man they had employed to create the Conservative Muslim Forum's website to ask why it features chunks of text from IslamOnline, which was established by Yusuf al-Qaradawi, who was described as "dangerous and divisive" by David Cameron.

"That particular piece you mention, about charity, was, indeed, lifted from a website, but they can't tell for sure which one," says a spokesman for the Tories. "It is reasonable to assume that it is from the website [IslamOnline]. It should have been attributed."

The spokesman points out that the passage was "in line with mainstream Muslim thought".

Al-Qaradawi, who helped set up IslamOnline in 1997, has been banned from America since 1999 and from Britain since 2008 because of his extremist views.

In 2003, he expressed his support for suicide attacks against Israeli civilians, which he called a "necessary Jihad". He is held to be the unofficial leader of the Muslim Brotherhood by a number of informed authorities.

The Conservative Muslim Forum was established in 2005 to increase the Tories' understanding of Muslim issues and encourage Muslim involvement in the party.

It seems that the Conservative Party, like many of the rest of us, have genuinely failed to "understand Muslim issues" - like the fact that a significant portion of the Muslims we are "reaching out" to wish to subvert our society and our values in favour of their own.

Pandering to them only helps that, it in no way hinders it. That won't matter, however - governing our society has simply become a competition as to who can be most politically correct and who can sell us out the fastest.

Homosexual Heads in the Sand

Many of you will remember the very recent outpouring of vitriol against the Daily Mail's Jan Moir, who dared to write an article which pointed out that inviting strangers home is not necessarily part of a normal, healthy marriage.

I haven't actually read the article, nor the vast majority of the shrieking about how wicked and bigoted she is; but from what I did see, many denizons of the "gay community" stepped up to condemn her right to her own opinion as "spreading hatred" (a classic phrase used by those who wish to silence someone).

I wonder if Jan Moir's article can be held responsible for the following snippet from Court News UK:

WHITECHAPEL, LIMEHOUSE, STEPNEY GREEN, EAST LONDON. Three thugs who punched and kicked a couple in an unprovoked attack have been spared jail after blaming alcohol for their shameful behaviour. Muhamed Saleh and Mohammed Areif, both 22, and Golam Dhuha, 23, screamed 'white faggot' before laying into Matthew Hayes in Whitehcapel, east London.

No? Must be why we've heard nothing about it, then. Sounds a lot like a hate crime, to me - assuming of course the couple in question are homosexual (the article conveniently doesn't say, although from the context one would certainly assume so).

Oddly, no newspaper felt the need to report this crime. No representative of the "gay community" stepped forward to tell us how shameful it is that they were spared jail, and how such attacks are the sign of a profoundly hateful and intolerant society which must be fundamentally reformed.

It was just ignored, buried in the archives.

Now, the thugs in question may have blamed alcohol - but there is a pattern of young Muslim men attacking gay couples in most major European cities, particularly ones with large Muslim areas.

I wonder if some jolly, enlightened soul such as Stephen Fry would care to step forward and help us understand this pattern, what it means for gay people and what it means for our society - just as clearly and vehmently as he helped some of us understand what a despicable human being Jan Moir is.

Or is the safety of gay people on the streets only important for some when it is an excuse to bash traditional society and values?

That does seem to be the lesson of the future - when two protected groups clash, we must simply avert our eyes and pretend nothing has happened, lest the lies that prop up our wonderful tolerant and diverse society come crashing down around our ears.

Saturday, 14 November 2009

Entire Streets Controlled by Muslim Gangs in Dewsbury

Police in Dewsbury continue to insist that parts of the town are not "no-go zones" for white people controlled by aggressive Muslim gangs.

The evidence to the contrary is mounting up, yet the authorities seem very reluctant to accept that they have a problem on their hands - after all, they are far too busy celebrating diversity and persecuting decent people for heinous offences such as standing up for themselves if attacked or feeding the ducks.

I can't say I'm hugely surprised - Dewsbury was the home town of a Muslim who escaped jail for sexually assaulting a young woman he met on a bus "because he was sexually inexperienced", an excuse the judge found perfectly reasonable.

The main problem seems to be in Savile Town. In August, The Lambeth Walk reported two very serious incidents from this area which were ignored by the national press - a large Muslim gang stoning a bus on at least two occasions, and three white boys being attacked by a gang for daring to walk through Savile Town.

Now, we have two more incidents which emanate from that area:
POLICE have insisted that Savile Town is not a “no-go area” despite two more reported attacks over the weekend.

On Saturday night a white teenage boy was attacked and beaten by a gang of Asians, some wearing masks.

The victim, thought to be about 18, was walking in Savile Road, near the old cricket ground, when he was followed by a gang of about 10 Asian youths, all wearing hoodies.

A couple driving past saw the gang following the boy and became suspicious.

By the time they had turned round the victim had been knocked to the ground and was being kicked.

The woman, aged 41, and her partner, who is 44, forced the attackers to run off.

The victim, who was bleeding from the nose, didn’t want to report the attack but the couple insisted on calling police. Officers arrived quickly and took the boy home.

The woman, who lives in Thornhill Lees, said the boy told them the gang had followed him and told him to “run”.

When he tried to ignore them they came after him and one said: “No one walks through Savile Town.”

The woman said: “If we hadn’t stopped I don’t know what would have happened.

“We wanted to make sure it was reported to the police and put down as a racist attack because that was what it was.”

That attack happened at 9.10pm on Saturday and at 4.10pm on Sunday police were called to reports of Asian youths throwing stones at passing cars in Savile Road.

Andy Cutler, 36, of Thornhill, told how his car was targeted by the yobs. He pulled up and phoned police.

While he did so another driver, also white, stopped and said the same had happened to him.

“They were just targeting white drivers,” said Mr Cutler. “As far as I’m concerned it’s racist and it needs to be reported.”

Indeed, Mr Cutler. After all, what's good for the goose...

The week before these two incidents, a 45 year old man called Robert Dyson was beaten and left nrusing cuts and bruises by a "gang of Asian youths" in Savile Town.

Before that, 14 year old Joseph Haigh was attacked with a brick and a screwdriver by a large "Asian" gang screaming racial abuse about white people, before being left for dead. Naturally, the police didn't think there was a racial motive:
A TEENAGE boy was knocked unconscious with a house brick, stabbed with a screwdriver and “left for dead” in a vicious race attack.

Joseph Haigh, 14, was savagely beaten by the gang of up to 15 Asian youths in Thornhill on Friday night.

The gang hurled racist abuse at him, constantly referring to the colour of his skin, yet police refused to classify the attack as racially-motivated.

Joseph’s dad Jonathan, 42, of Thornhill, said: “It was a racist attack.

“They were calling him ‘white trash’ and white this, that and the other.

“This is why people are angry about what is happening in this country.

“If it had been an attack by whites on an Asian lad it would have been a definite race attack. When it’s the other way round they don’t want to know.”

Joseph was out with his friends at around 9pm on Friday near Thornhill’s Rectory Park when the gang of Asians, said to be aged 18-20, came at them.

Joseph’s friends scattered and Joseph tried to make off on his bike, only to be confronted by one of the thugs who smashed him in the head with half a brick.

Mr Haigh, a lorry driver, told how that blow knocked his son unconscious and he instinctively put his hands over his face to protect himself.

Another youth lunged at him with a screwdriver while others kicked and punched him about the head.

Mr Haigh said: “They went to stab him in the face and it was only because he had his hands up that they missed.

“He was stabbed in one hand, his other hand was broken and a cut on his forehead was down to the bone.

“If they had hit him a bit harder with the house brick they could have killed him.

“They just left him for dead.”

Joseph’s teeth were also badly damaged and he may lose a tooth. His teeth were wired and he needed specialist treatment at the trauma unit at Leeds General Infirmary.

One of Joseph’s friends raised the alarm and when Mr Haigh arrived his son was laid out in a bus shelter covered in blood.

Joseph’s bike was also missing and was believed to have been stolen by the gang.

Joseph was off school all week and tensions were said to be running high at Thornhill Community Science College.

“It’s shocking what’s happened,” said Mr Haigh. “I have lived in Thornhill all my life and there were fights between whites and Asians 20 years ago. But this wasn’t braying someone and giving them a black eye, it was a vicious attack.

“You don’t go out with a house brick and a screwdriver if you’re not going to seriously hurt someone.”

Mr Haigh, who has a wife Stacey, 40, and another son James, 19, said he wanted out of Dewsbury.

“It used to be a good, thriving town but Dewsbury has got nothing to offer us anymore.”

A police spokesman said the initial police report had not classified the attack as racially-motivated but inquiries were continuing.

Well, the police have now gone to the "Asian community" and asked for assistance (whilst demonstrating who actually controls large parts of the town) - and they were obviously pleased when their actions paid dividends, and they were able to make five arrests.

So pleased, in fact, that they immediately released three of the suspects on bail!

Two of the men were charged with being involved in the attack on Robert Dyson, and appeared in court - only to be released on bail again, despite refusing to enter pleas:
Sohail Hussain, 18, and 20-year-old Ali Mushtaq both appeared from custody at Batley and Dewsbury Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday.

They were charged with a racially-aggravated assault on Robert Dyson in Savile Road, Savile Town, on Friday October 23.

Hussain, of Headfield Road, Savile Town, was also charged with carrying a knuckle duster. No pleas were entered.

Mushtaq, of Deighton, Huddersfield, and Hussain were both released on conditional bail until a committal hearing on December 30.

So, despite the reassurances of Dewsbury police, it probably is best to avoid these areas if at all possible - we all know that even if caught and convicted, the culprits will not be punished, and the national media don't care about these incidents either - because the are the wrong sort of racist.

Abdelali Nachet Sentenced for Rape

Back in August I posted about the case of Abdelali Nachet, a Moroccan living in Leeds who repeatedly raped a Chinese tourist he met through the website couchsurfing.com.

Well, at the end of October Nachet was found guilty - and jailed for just ten years, despite threatening to kill the woman throughout an ordeal which lasted all through the night and was described in court as "degrading and humiliating".

The case had gone to re-trial after the jury initially failed to reach a verdict.

The really interesting part is what happened as the verdict was returned:
As the foreman read out the majority verdicts Nachet dramatically collapsed in the dock and began wailing hysterically. Security guards were forced to drag him away to the cells where he repeatedly banged his head on the floor.

Sentencing him to 10 years in prison Recorder of Leeds Peter Collier QC said: "When your partner left you, you intentionally used the couchsurfing website to attract women to your home.

"Having observed you during the course of this trial I'm satisfied you believe that you are irresistible to women."

He added that Nachet had subjected his victim to a "long and persistent
physical assault", used "emotional blackmail" and put her "through indignity after indignity violating her again and again."

He said that the sustained attack was an "abuse of trust of those who sign up to the social networking site to come and stay in your home."

As he was taken away to serve his sentence Nachet screamed: "I want to go back to my country. I want to go back to Morocco. This is not right. I want to be sentenced in Morocco. This is racist."

Obviously Britain wasn't too bad a country to live in when he was doing as he pleased here and we were paying to bring up his kid - but as soon as he's held to account for the things he's done, it's all racist.

If there were any sane people left in this country's upper echelons, he would have his request granted - I wonder how long it would take him to change his mind when he was thrown into a Moroccan prison?

But no - we'll keep on paying, for his imprisonment, for his appeals, for the next trial when he's released in 5 years' time and does it all over again.

What fools we are.

Cultural Enrichment in the National Health Service (II)

A few cases have recently come to my attention which adequately demonstrate just how diversity (and, of course, the subsequent drop in standards to Third World levels) is benefitting the NHS.

The first case is that of Iraqi dentist Hisham Al-Drouby, 61, who on Friday was found guilty of sexual harassment and now faces being thrown out of his profession (assuming the police can locate him, of course).

This wasn't just any old case of sexual harassment, however; Al-Drouby inappropriately touched a young dental nurse on several occasions, whilst asking her to convert to Islam so he could have sex with her and marry her. On at least one other occasion, he vowed to "take her as an additional wife".

Initially, the nurse put this behaviour down to "cultural differences", ignoring it until it became clear this was simply encouraging him.

Several other nurses were concerned not only with inappropriate touching and comments, but also poor standards of hygiene, as The Telegraph reports:

Al-Drouby, 61, ran his fingers up and down the dental nurse's body and while working with her at the Dental Access Centre, at the University of Southampton, it was claimed.

When the woman, referred to as Nurse A, reported him to bosses in early 2007, two other nurses claimed the Iraqi dentist had subjected them to inappropriate touching and comments.

Al-Drouby also allegedly referred to a fellow dentist as that "Indian woman next door" and breached health and safety standards by cutting his finger nails in the surgery sink.

He also wore contaminated dental cloaks, it is claimed.

On another occasion he failed to assist in the recovery of one of his patients, it is said.

Lydia Barnfather, for the GDC, said Al-Drouby joined the Dental Access Clinic, on a locum basis in May 2006.

He worked on the university's Highfield campus for a few months before going off sick.

But Ms Barnfather said nurses soon became concerned about his poor standards and strange mannerisms.

"Following his work as a locum one of the nurses raised concerns about his clinical standards - particularly his provision of local anaesthetic and infection control.

"In May 2006 he was spoke to about this but nonetheless offered a post on a substantive basis in August that year."

The GDC heard Nurse A initially put Al-Drouby's behaviour down to "cultural differences".

Al-Drouby would greet Nurse A with an air kiss but started to touch her
after becoming a full-time dentist at the university.

"He would put his hands on her knee or shoulder or waist. He would touch her back, arms and legs and try to embrace her," said Ms Barnfather.

"Initially Nurse A tried to deal with this by physically pulling away but he was undeterred.

"He soon accompanied this with highly inappropriate comments. He told her to change her faith so he could have sexual intercourse with her and take her as an
additional wife.

"He wasn't shy about expressing his religious views to others and repeatedly asked if she would have sexual intercourse with him," said Ms Barnfather.

"He would ask where she went for intercourse."

Nurse A repeatedly told the dentist to stop but his behaviour escalated, the panel heard.

Ms Barnfather said: "She can remember even in the presence of a patient him running his hands up her legs to her neck, back to the waist."

Following Nurse A's complaints, Al-Drouby made counter allegations about the woman's attitude.

He said he had to report her, as his "first consideration had to be the best interests of patients".

By then a second dental nurse, known as Nurse B, had also come forward.

Ms Barnfather said: "Nurse B can remember a number of occasions in December 2006 when she was uneasy about physical contact from the dentist.

"He came very close and rubbed her back across the bra strap.

"Again on January 8 the following year he grabbed her around the waist and attempted to hug and squeeze her."

Nurses B made a complaint to the clinical director of the surgery and was joined by a third dental nurse, who said the dentist was "verbally and physically over-familiar".

It then emerged that Al-Drouby had allegedly insulted one of his colleagues by referring to her as "that Indian woman next door".

Ms Barnfather said Al-Drouby was very familiar with the dentist and with her name, "hence the allegation that referring to her in that way was inappropriate and unprofessional".

She added that Al-Drouby was also guilty of poor communication with patients.

He also chewed gum when taking patient histories and rather than treat them would tell patients they needed to register with a general dental practitioner, it was claimed.

Ms Barnfather said his treatment amounted to "looking for the easiest and most cursory approach possible".

She said he prescribed antibiotics without examining patients, failed to warn woman about the dangers of such medication with the contraceptive pill, or warn patients about combining prescription drugs and alcohol.

On other occasions she said he failed to undergo life support training and failed to take the lead in supporting a patient who became distressed during the extraction of a tooth.

She said the man needed oxygen but Al-Drouby failed to take the clinical lead or assist in the recovery of the patient.

Ms Barnfather added that his hygiene standards contravened infection control. She said he left dental nurses to dismantle syringes, continued to wear a contaminated coat and would cut his fingernails in the surgery sink.

Despite efforts to contaact Al-Drouby both the GDC and police have been unable to locate his current whereabouts prior to today's hearing.

The dentist is accused of indecently touching Nurse A, inappropriately propositioning her about sexual relationships and challenging her to change her religious beliefs so he could have sex with her.

He faces a further 17 charges in relation to his treatment of 10 patients. These include his failure to take adequate histories; record his examinations; arrange
for appropriate radiographs; adequately record the use of local anaesthetic; and record a diagnosis.

Unfortunately, there is nothing here that is very surprising. What disturbs me more than the fact that this individual was allowed to enter and then to practice in Britain is the behaviour of the harassed nurse; so brainwashed by notions of diversity that she initially wrote off his behaviour.

His behaviour was very wrong and clearly made her uncomfortable; had the dentist responsible been British, she would have had no qualms about reporting him and getting him disciplined. Because he was foreign, she hesitated, which only encouraged him.

The worst part is that she felt no initial need to enforce her values on him, despite the fact he had chosen to come to Britain - despite acknowledging he was incredibly forthright with his own religious and cultural views and interpretations.

That is the message we have put into the minds of our people; "they" are entitled to be forthright, and we must bow down - wouldn't want to be accused of racism, after all. Best just let him keep touching you and asking you to convert and be done with it.

The second story of concern is that of 87 year old RAF veteran Hugh Jackson, who died after doctors failed to spot his broken neck and sent him home with painkillers:

A Royal Air Force war veteran was sent home from hospital after doctors failed to diagnose his neck was broken.

Hugh Jackson, 87, tripped over while picking up litter in his garden and fell head-first into an apple tree before knocking himself unconscious in May this year.

He died one month later. The great-grandfather, who had been awarded the British Empire Medal for rebuilding Vulcan planes in the RAF, spent two days in agony before deciding to call an ambulance.

Speaking after the inquest on Tuesday, Mr Jackson's eldest son, electrician Jim, 67, from Wimblington, Cambridgeshire, said his father 'deserved better.'

He claimed nurses had forgotten to replace his father's drip and left him strapped to a spine board for five days staring at the ceiling.

He was not taken to the toilet regularly and also fell out of his bed - something that could have proved lethal with his broken neck.

Jim said: 'My father had a terrible accident and from that point onwards the hospital just did not care for him properly.

"First they missed his broken neck and when they did finally diagnose it they strapped him to a board and left him on his back for five days so he couldn't eat or drink.

'He was meant to be fed through a drip but when that fell out of his hands the nurses failed to replace it - it was like a third world hospital.'

The inquest heard from Dr Rajeshwar Ranganathan, who was the first doctor to examine Mr Jackson.

He said he had not seen the break on Mr Jackson x-rays and had consulted two doctors from the orthopaedic department who had also failed to spot the break.

The consultant in charge of the Pilgrim Hospital's accident and emergency department, Mr Hussain Hassan said all possible steps were taken to treat Mr Jackson correctly.