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The page below is from the BBC website of 21st December 2016. On the left we have a piece of Islamic State shit responsible for the deaths of innocent people, on the right one of our brave soldiers imprisoned for shooting dead a similar piece of shit. The only thing I can see that the soldier did wrong was shooting the turd in the chest, I would have shot him in the head and made sure the job was right.

 

 


From the accompanying text:

 

Left Story: A manhunt is under way across Europe's Schengen states after prosecutors identified a suspect in the lorry attack on a Berlin Christmas market.
A warrant was issued at midnight. Details were not given but media reports say the suspect is a Tunisian man named only as Anis Amri, born in 1992.
His residence permit was found in the cab of the lorry.
It has emerged that he was reported to counter-terrorism police last month and had been facing deportation since June.


Right story: Ex-Royal Marine Alexander Blackman, who is serving life for the murder of an Afghan fighter, has been refused bail ahead of an appeal.
He was sentenced to life by a court martial in 2013 and had an appeal dismissed in 2014.

The killing, on 15 September 2011, took place after a patrol base in Helmand province came under fire from two insurgents.
One of the attackers was seriously injured by gunfire from an Apache helicopter sent to provide air support, and the marines found him in a field.
Footage from a helmet-mounted camera of another marine in his unit showed Blackman shooting the Afghan prisoner in the chest at close range with a 9mm pistol.

 


Follow up 23rd December 2016

 

The Berlin attacker, identified as an Inis Imri, has been shot dead by police in Milan.

From BBC website

 

"When Italian police stopped the suspect, who was on foot, at 03:00 (02:00 GMT), he "immediately drew out a gun" and shot at the two policemen, Italian Interior Minister Marco Minniti said.
Officer Cristian Movio was injured in the shoulder but his injuries are not life-threatening.
His junior colleague, Luca Scata, who had been in the police for just nine months, was the one who fired the shot which killed Amri.
German officials found Amri's fingerprints inside the truck that was used in Monday evening's attack."

 

Well, give that policeman a cigar, or better still a commendation. The Germans were offering a reward on Imri, I think that this should go to these two heroic Italian police officers.

 

Looking at the British Bias Corporation website the next day, 24th Dec, I can find no link in the ongoing story line to the shooting of the day before. I thought "Here we are again"

There must be people behind the BBC website who can make anything which goes against its politically correct liberal left bias disappear quicker than Paul Daniels behind a curtain.

 


I do have to admit though, that I feel sorry for ordinary decent Muslims in our society who get caught up in the fallout from all this. The problem is that each time IS commit an atrocity this leads to not only a hardening of public opinion but increased animosity and hate crimes against ordinary Muslims. The knock on effect is more recruits for IS.

 

The only way out of this mess that I can see is for ordinary decent people, both Christian and Muslim or whatever, to get together on this and work to fight extremism. Unfortunately, I cant see this happening.

 

There are also questions to be asked about how Imri was able to travel right across the European continent to Italy. So much for 'free movement'

 


February 2017 - and here is more

 

From the BBC:

 

Iraq human rights lawyer Phil Shiner, who brought abuse claims against UK troops, has been struck off for misconduct.
Mr Shiner, from the now-defunct law firm Public Interest Lawyers, had 12 charges of misconduct proved against him by a panel of the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal.
He previously admitted acting recklessly by publicly claiming UK troops unlawfully killed, tortured and mistreated Iraqis.

 

Since Brexit a word that has been freely bandied about is "Traitor", some people have applied this to anyone who supported Remain. If you want a real traitor, then look no further than Phil Shiner. He sold out the people who put their lives on the line to serve this country, and he did it for MONEY.

He aught to be shot.

 

Here is the link to the BBC coverage:

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-38841544

 

OK, so what else can realistically be done, the words that come to mind are CRIMINAL PROSECUTION.

 

Jail the bastard

 


 

Four members of a child sex grooming gang have lost their battle to maintain British citizenship.
Shabir Ahmed, Adil Khan, Abdul Rauf and Abdul Aziz, all from Rochdale, could now face a process to deport them from the UK to Pakistan.
Ringleader Ahmed, 63, previously claimed his convictions were a conspiracy to "scapegoat" Muslims.

 


 

21/2/2017

 

"A heterosexual couple have lost their Court of Appeal battle for the right to enter into a civil partnership instead of a marriage.
Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan, from London, challenged a ruling that they could not have a civil partnership because they did not meet the legal requirement of being the same sex.
The couple had argued that this meant they faced discrimination.
But the Court of Appeal dismissed their challenge."

 

So heterosexual unmarried couples are penalised for being normal.

 

 


 

 

22/02/2017

 

The saga of the aptly named Ronald Fiddler, Alias Abu-Zakariya al-Britani Alias Jamul-Uddin al-Harith a British Islamic State  fighter who died in a suicide bomb attack on Iraqi forces in Mosul.

 

He was a former Guantanamo Bay detainee, and was paid a million pounds of our money in compensation for this.


The self-styled Islamic State group said two days ago that  detonated a car bomb at an Iraqi army base in Tal Gaysum, south-west of Mosul.

 

He had plenty of money from us to buy his explosives, with a lot to spare. If his windfall had been made public an armaments manufacturer could have sent a rep around to see him.

 

No funny though when its our money.

 

True to form, BBC website makes scant mention of this today being more preoccupied with important matters such as the late Princess Di's dresses, Income rules for foreign spouses, Harrison Fords airplane etc.

 

BBC is paid for by our TV licence fee.

 


05/04/2016

 

Just read in the news that security guards at a hospital have been stopped from wearing Union Jack patches after someone complained about it.

 

I have just bought a few of them off eBay and will start wearing them in the hope that someone who hates our country will pick a fight with me.

I am on commission from a local glazier.