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Crime & Fraud Victims

This room records crime, violence and ethnic cleansing, which in the West have now risen to the level of a civil war.

The Civil Covenant is that we give up our weapons in return for the state protecting our freedoms, families and property - but it no longer protects us from crimes permitted by religion.

There are increasing reports of fraud by Muslims, like the Birmingham rear-bump car fraud, or free prescriptions sold abroad. Western societies are vulnerable in that they expect some level of trust and cannot protect against every fraud opportunity.

(Terrorism is politically motivated violence, and is recorded in a different room).

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Comment by Alan Lake on May 9, 2015 at 23:16

​‘Bank of terror’: 5 accused of conning pensioners to fund ISIS

Published time: May 08, 2015 16:04    Get short URL

A group of five has been accused of tricking pensioners as old as 96 years old and carrying out a £400,000 phishing-type fraud. The money, prosecutors believe, was used to fund the Islamic State as well as help UK citizens travel to Syria.

Five men are standing trial at Westminster Magistrates Court after a series of raids yesterday across London and the South East. Three of them are students: Makhzumi Abukar, 23, from Westminster University; Sakaria Aden, 21, from Southbank University and Mohamed Dahir, 22, from London Metropolitan University. The other two defendants are Yasser Abukar, 23, from North London and Ibrahim Anderson, 38, from the town of Luton. All five appeared in the dock, where they appeared dressed in sweatshirts and jogging bottoms. The men are suspected of committing fraud.

Two alleged accomplices of the gang have also been arrested: Mohammed Sharif Abokar, 27, from Islington, North London, who appeared before Dunstable Magistrates’ Court and an unnamed 32-year-old woman who was later bailed.

The swindlers are believed to have used a voice phishing scam. They called the victims, masquerading as police officers, and told the victims that their accounts were being threatened and advised them to call “999”. Criminals also used a device to keep the line open so that if a victim followed their advice - hanging up and dialing an emergency telephone number - he or she would be connected with another gang member who pretended to be a police officer.

As a result, complainants either provided the swindlers with their personal details or were persuaded to withdraw their money and to give them to a courier who promised to take money to a police station as evidence.

Investigators think that the gang targeted eight pensioners who were mainly in their 70s, 80s and 90s from January 2014 up to May,2015. One of the victims, a 73-year-old woman from Cornwall, lost £130,000 from her account. The other complainants are a couple from Canterbury aged 94 and 96, respectively. Westminster Magistrates’ Court prosecutor Edward Aydin said that the gang had fleeced a total of almost £400,000, the Express online reported.

The criminals are thought to have financed jihadist journeys for those who want to leave Britain for Syria to fight alongside the Islamic State. Aydin described this crime as “financing terrorism on an industrial scale.”

"We say these funds are then used to help those UK citizens nominally to travel to Syria and Iraq fight for the Islamic State... These funds are used to buy weapons and bullets," Aydin said.

He also called such criminal networks “a threat to the national security of this country.”

"These people before you, they are the bank of terror. They are not small fry, they are deadly and dangerous," Aydin said.

"Terrorism overall takes a new form in 2015, it's not on the battlefield,” he added.

The EU has been concerned about its citizens’ traveling to Syria and Iraq with the purpose of fighting with the Islamic State as the terrorist group seizes control over a significant amount of territory, attracting thousands of foreigners to fight in their ranks. Earlier in April, the EU Commissioner for Justice estimated that between 5,000 and 6,000 Europeans have joined the Islamic State in Syria.

Comment by Philip Smeeton on May 6, 2015 at 12:21

Make drugs legal and the terrorists and drug barons would lose their income. Tax it and use the taxes to treat addicts. Brutal but effective.

But then I would also just turn the refugee boats round and point them back to Libya.

Comment by Antony on May 6, 2015 at 7:57

Opium production up in Afghanistan ; - time for the democratic west to think "out of the box" by legalising naturally occurring drugs such as opium, cannabis, cocaine,psilocybe mushrooms etc that have been used for millennia , quite apart from the civil liberties issue of allowing consenting adults to do what they want with their own bodies, this would end the "gangsters & terrorists" charter that the phoney "war on drugs" actually is, and take it out of the hands of the mafia and islamists, and prevent the corruption of our banking,financial and political systems with dirty money.

Comment by Philip Smeeton on April 27, 2015 at 10:24

Third world values; corruption and bribes. Cheating on grades. I'm sure he could buy a degree in Karachi, hopefully he would stay there.

Comment by Alan Lake on April 27, 2015 at 2:56

Grade-changing keystroke hack lands university student in jail

Published time: April 24, 2015 11:07
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A final year student who hacked into a university’s computer system to “desperately” change his grades to increase his overall degree result has been sentenced to four months in jail.

Imran Uddin, 25, was jailed under the Computer Misuse Act at Birmingham Crown Court after pleading guilty to hacking into the University of Birmingham’s systems to change his grade.

Uddin snooped on teachers through keyboard spying software, which allowed him to steal their passwords and change his exam marks.

The student, who was expected to achieve a lower-second class degree, was found to have changed five of his exam marks. He increased one result from 57 to 73 percent.

For reasons not entirely clear to me, whether it was monetary, or pride or a desire to outperform others, you decided to cheat and you formed a settled intention to do that,” Judge James Burdige told Uddin.

Burdige said he believes Uddin’s actions were “planned and persistent.”

This kind of conduct undermines or has the potential to undermine public confidence in the degree system set up by this university,” he added.

Burdige said he could not pass a suspended sentence in this case as “there needs to be an element of deterrence.”

The court heard Uddin, who is married, attached a “shadowing” keyboard spying device at the back of many computers in the university in attempt to steal the lecturers’ passwords.

It is effectively a case where the defendant has hacked into a number of computers at the university where he was studying for a degree in bio-science,” prosecutor Mahdhu Rai said.

Rai said Uddin’s untoward behavior became apparent on October 7 last year when two staff members were upgrading a computer in the bio-science building.

During the update, they removed the computer protection case and discovered a device attached to the back which was recording the key strokes of anyone using the keyboard.

Three more devices were found when all of the other university computers were checked, and one was attached to a ‘staff only’ computer which had access to the exam grade software, Rai said.

Uddin’s home was raided and officers discovered he searched for keyboard spy devices on eBay.

Balbir Sing, defending Uddin, said the student “could not see clearly” as he was “under so much pressure” because he was the only member of his family who attended university.

As Uddin was in his final year, Sing says it is “very unlikely that any other university will touch him after this.”

This is not a case where he was hopelessly failing and was not going to be able to succeed,” he added.

Comment by Philip Smeeton on April 26, 2015 at 9:38

"Islamophobes" like us are going to be convicted of hate-crime and put into a prison that is full of islamists. I thought the death sentence had been abolished?

Comment by Antony on April 26, 2015 at 8:53
Comment by Philip Smeeton on April 9, 2015 at 10:38

As recreational drugs are not going away, and idiots will continue to use them, we might as well make them legal and tax them. So that the money (theoretically) goes to employment,  education and health, and not into the pockets of drug-lords.

Comment by Alan Lake on April 7, 2015 at 23:49

Wow, that interview with Johan Hari is very long, and hard work, but worth every minute.  It actually totally changed my view on the so-called Drugs War.  I'm now all for legalisation, a 180 degree turn!

Comment by Antony on April 7, 2015 at 20:43

Sam Harris & Johan Hari on the drug war ;


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Mission Overview

Most prosperous Western societies are based on a model we call the Secular Democratic Marketplace (SDM). Whilst that model has been very successful, it has defects. The 4 Freedoms address 4 of the principal vulnerabilities, and gives corrections to them. 

At the moment, one of the principal agents exploiting these defects, is Islam. Therefore, this site pays particular attention to that threat.

Islam, operating at the micro and macro levels, is unstoppable by individuals, hence: "It takes a nation to protect the nation". There is not enough time to fight all its attacks; nor to read them; nor even to record them. So 4F gives only a brief overview of how far it has advanced and by what methods.

We hope that free nations will wake up to stop the threat, and force the separation of (Islamic) Church and State. This will also allow Muslims the possibility of escape from their totalitarian political system.

The 4 Freedoms

These 4 freedoms are designed to close the 4 vulnerabilities in the standard model of SDM, by making them Self-Protecting (SP) according to Hobbes's first law of nature.
1. SP Freedom of Speech
Any speech is allowed - except that advocating the end of these freedoms
2. SP Freedom of Election
Any party is allowed - except one advocating the end of these freedoms
3. SP Freedom from Religion
Religious and cultural activities are exempt from legal oversight - except where they intrude into the public sphere (Res Publica)
4. SP Freedom from Voter Importation
Immigration is allowed only if it can be shown not to favour any political party

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