It takes a nation to protect the nation
Everyone should listen to this interview, to see there is FAR, FAR more to the this Afzal Amin story.
Obviously the Conservatives are going to do damage limitation on this. Even if the truth has to suffer, but the tapes are quite clear and there is no mistaking what Afzal was saying.
The suggestion that Afzal had been friends with the as yet un named money man for 20 yrs should ring alarm bells with everyone as this suggests they knew each other before Afzal joined the Army. So joining a political party and aiming to be PM could well have been a long term strategy.
Afzals long term finances will have to be looked at, as well as those people he may have had contact with.
We know he had access to Prince William, this would have made him a desirable target for certain politically motivated groups. Who has he mixed with, do his finances check out, im just a voter and I'd like to know. For Some one who could possibly have been a Prime minister of Britain to be so corrupt and to even have been backed by unknown people with an unknown agenda is the stuff of movies.
Are our Political leaders so desperate to encourage ethnic minorities into their parties that they throw national security to the wind.
How many Muslim MP's would it require before laws in parliament are brought in and voted on that start favouring Islam.
The Undeserved Baroness Warsi has some unsavoury links and has been a disaster for the Cons, now Afzal looks not to be the person Cameron thought he was. We need change in this country. While we still Have a country.
This from Guido. It seems a top cop can't collaborate Afzal's story.
I can't understand why Labour aren't making more political gain from this story?
Not only did that LBC invertview show this story was far worse than the media were reporting, but new information has come to light. Afzal Amin, a muslim with his eys on becoming PM, had written pamplets exhorting muslims to become terrorists.
Revealed: 'Walter Mitty' Tory vote fixer exposed by MoS wrote jihadi pamphlet calling on warriors to create Muslim state in Europe
- Tory Election candidate was exposed for plotting with far-Right extremists
- Afzal Amin joined Birmingham wing of the Murabitu, a fundamentalist cult
- In 1992, at the age of 18, he left the group after becoming disillusioned
- Two years later, a book crediting him as the author criticised the Murabitun
- It praised men engaging in conflict against the kuffar [unbeliever]' and hoped for the 'liberation of the Muslims wherever we are’
- But Amin says his words were doctored to include the extremist views
The Tory Election candidate exposed for plotting with far-Right extremists to stir up racial hatred is a former member of a fanatical Islamic sect that believes the Nazis were misunderstood and that Jews control the world.
Afzal Amin, who resigned after The Mail on Sunday published undercover recordings of him meeting the English Defence League, joined the Birmingham wing of the Murabitun, a fundamentalist cult which questioned the Holocaust and praised Hitler.
In 1992 when Amin was 18, he left the group, founded by Scottish hippy Ian Dallas, after becoming disillusioned.
Two years later, a book crediting him as author Raja Afzal Raza Amin al-Quraishy, was published in which he criticised the Murabitun and called for jihadi warriors to establish a Muslim state in Euro
Afzal Amin claims he did not write the pamphlet. Just as he claims that he did not try to organise a fake EDL demo.
When I first encountered EDL, and went along with their line that the majority of muslims were moderate and islam could be reformed, a well-read street-sweeper from the EDL introduced me to a pakistani apostate. They asked me my views, then set around and demolished them. The apostate said that groups like Quilliam, formed from those who "left" Hizb ut Tahrir, were not truly moderate, but were a "plan B" --sleepers who were to use their moderation to infiltrate and to get closer to power and to be prepared to wait decades to take over. The apostate was clear: no kafir can ever trust any muslim, but might be able to trust an apostate.