Thursday, August 4, 2011

Dan's Brother Angel, Part 5

We pick up where we left off at the end of Part 4.

Back in 2006, Choudary organized another inflammatory protest in response to the Danish cartoon issue. From Muslim cartoon protest leader escapes with £500 fine, dated July 5, 2006:

The extremist Muslim who organised the infamous protests against the publication of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed has escaped with a fine of just £500.

Firebrand solicitor Anjem Choudary, 39, was the ringleader of the march outside the Danish Embassy in London last February.

But today it emerged that he had been fined just £500 for failing to give police the required six days notice of the protests.

The maximum fine he could have received was £1,000 and last night Choudary's paltry punishment provoked fury.
Andrew Dismore, Labour MP for Hendon in North London said: 'He should have been given the maximum sentence possible. '£500 is a ridiculously small sum given this man's appalling track record.

'But the real issue is why the Crown Prosecution Service and the police have chosen to prosecute him on such a minor charge. We were promised much more than that after these protests.

'It will have cost more to bring the case to court that he has been fined and I'm sure he will now go around crowing that he has beaten the system.'

Beaten the system?

I would say so. After all, he has been receiving checks from the British taxpayer for doing all this. From Hate cleric on £25k benefits, January 6, 2010:

The Muslim cleric's untaxed income of £25,740 is thousands more than 21-year-old gunner Jack Sadler was earning before he was blown up by a roadside bomb.

And Jack's outraged dad Ian, 60, said: "These lads don't get paid what they deserve because they sacrifice so much. Choudary just doesn't deserve the money full stop.

"Whose team is he cheering for anyway? It's appalling there are young soldiers out there serving Queen and country and they're getting a pittance while this man takes his handouts. It's wrong these people's lives are being subsidised. It's utterly galling."

It's more than galling.

Returning to Muslim cartoon protest leader escapes with £500 fine:

One marcher, Omar Khayam, 22, of Bedford, even dressed up as a suicide bomber. In all, six protesters, including Choudary, were charged. Four are still awaiting trial while one man's case has been discontinued.

So, one of Choudary's operatives is a guy named Omar Khayam.

Funny thing about Khayam is that he is a convicted drug trafficker. From Muslim 'fanatic' exposed as a hypocrite as he's jailed after £2.6m drug factory raid, November 25, 2010:

A Muslim who dressed as suicide bomber in protest over cartoons showing the Prophet Mohammed has been jailed for 13 years for a massive drug conspiracy.

Omar Khayam, 27, was part of a gang who aimed to flood the Bedford area with £2.6million worth of heroin.
And far from being devout, his part in the conspiracy exposes him as a hypocrite as drug dealing is expressly forbidden under Islamic law.

In February 2006, Khayam, the son of a retired Urdu teacher, shocked the nation by dressing up as a suicide bomber - just months after the 7/7 bombings in London.

He was involved in angry protests outside the Danish Embassy in London after cartoons showing Mohammed had been published in Denmark

Luton Crown Court was told two police officers stumbled across a heroin and cannabis factory in Ashburnam Road in Bedford on December 3 last year.

They had gone to arrest a man for an unrelated offence. He was not there but they noticed powder on the floor and objects covered by large plastic bags.

Prosecutor Natalie Carter said the officers returned with colleagues seven minutes later and searched the flat. Two men that were there had escaped through a window.

They recovered 26.2kg of heroin, along with 24.5kg of caffeine and 4.5kg of paracetamol to be used as 'bash' to cut the drugs. There was also a third of a kilo of crack cocaine with a street value of £17,500 and £124,795 in cash.

Other equipment including mixing bags, scoops, scales, face masks and a hydraulic press was also seized.

The street value of the heroin, once it had been cut, was £2.6million. The haul of drugs is believed to be the largest ever seized in Bedfordshire.

The work of one of Choudary's operatives - trafficking heroin and cocaine.

Let's review what we know from elsewhere (I leave it to you to search and verify this information):

- Increasingly, South American cocaine moves eastward to Africa, then northward to Europe.

- The role of Islamic terrorist groups in moving cocaine through Africa is growing.

- Islamic terrorist groups have a growing presence in Latin America.

- Islamic terrorist groups have long been trafficking heroin. Decades ago, it was the PLO moving heroin it produced in the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon, which the PLO controlled. Today, it is Afghan heroin. In each case, the heroin from Islamic terrorist suppliers is the best quality smack in the world.

- The UK is a significant destination of Afghan heroin, and this has begun since the "War on Terror" began.

At this point, you might want to review the information in Part 1, Part 2, and mainly Part 3.

Finally, we consider excerpts from Asian Terror Gangs Target UK With Killer Heroin, February 22, 2009:

TERROR chiefs plan to flood our streets with heroin in a terrifying plot to wage "chemical jihad" on Britain.

And they have been using hate-filled Muslim gangs as their UK dealers.

Pakistani and Afghan-based al-Qaida and Taliban warlords are sitting on a £6billion stash of deadly heroin.

And they have ordered their dealers to sell it only to non-Muslims.

The ruthless racket is a two-pronged attack which peddles death and misery with heroin while netting massive sums to pay for future terror attacks.

A senior security source told the Daily Star Sunday: "The Afghan poppy fields are probably the biggest financial contributor to al-Qaida and the Taliban.

"The UK's heroin trade is increasing at an alarming rate and most of the cash helps arm terrorists with bombs and guns."


Our investigators went on the hunt for heroin in Luton and did a deal in the back of a taxi.

Pulling out a handful of wraps, the driver said: "I'll sort you a fix for £10 but a gram's £50. It's knockout gear." Asked where the drugs came from he said: "Poppy fields between Pakistan and Afghanistan.

"The big bosses have Taliban and al-Qaida connections and we're often told only to deal it to non-Muslims. They call it chemical jihad and hope to ruin lives while getting massive payouts at the same time.

"I'm more interested in the money. I knock it out to anyone, whatever their beliefs.

"But there are lots of big-hitters who only sell to non-Muslims – to poison them."

Anjem Choudary isn't just a "cleric" with low approval ratings among mainstream Muslims for his incitement to hatred. Serving as a key player in the UK's political wing of the world's Islamic terrorist movement, Choudary is also a crime boss, responsible for moving Afghan heroin to destroy the infidel world from the inside while funding jihad with the profits... all subsidized by the British taxpayer. ;)

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