It takes a nation to protect the nation
Many times now, the BBC has promoted some Muslim as a shining example of how they are 'just like us' and have integrated perfectly into our secular democratic society. They say how all Muslims are really like this model one, and that its only our latent Islamophobia which causes us to judge Muslims by the 'tiny number' of violent jihadis that hate us.
Then, sometime afterwards, it turns out that that 'model Muslim' is actually a terror jihadist or stealth jihadist, that hates us and only dreams of the destruction of this British society.
Then, suddenly, he/she is no longer the representative of how all Muslims are in the UK, but is seen as an outlier, a quirk, to be quickly forgotten about.
But we are all left wondering, where are all these fully integrated non-violent, secular democratic loving Muslims we keep being told about? Where have they all gone to? It can't be that difficult to find them, since there's millions in this country alone.
Former boxing champion Anthony Small spoke out against Coca-Cola and McDonald's as he called for attacks on the West on YouTube, a court has heard.
Mr Small, 36, who converted to Islam in 2007, is accused of encouraging acts of terrorism in the Eid message he posted on his account on 12 September 2016.
He "implored Muslims to take violent action against the West", prosecutor Karen Robinson told the Old Bailey.
Mr Small denies the charges.
On his YouTube channel, Mr Small described himself as "a former professional champion boxer who now works to take mankind out of the oppression of democracy and liberating themselves with Islam/Sharia".
In the video he spoke of military and commercial influence through "McDonald's and Cola Cola signs" and former aerospace manufacturer McDonnell Douglas, the court heard.
He said the choice was to "either accept the flame-grilled burger or we are going to flame grill you from the sky", jurors were told.
Mr Small, of south-east London, concluded: "I am not calling for you to boycott Starbucks or McDonald's, instead buy Israeli-made Desert Eagles [a type of gun], cock them back and let them go in the sons of monkeys' peoples.
"In matter of fact, hijack an American-made Humvee and stick a black flag over the USA eagle."
Mr Small ended with a disclaimer saying he was "in no way, shape or form" calling for violence or terrorism in what he described as a "little light-hearted poetry".
But Ms Robinson told the court he knew the meaning of his carefully chosen words.
Mr Small is a former British and Commonwealth champion, and also appeared in the 2016 BBC Two programme Muslims Like Us.
The trial continues.