Another week, another mass demonstration in London calling for the destruction of Israel. If you disagree with that statement and believe that these are peaceful marches by people who only want a ‘ceasefire’ – then this article is for you.
I attended this one, as I have since they started three weeks ago. I turn up, I hear the chants, I take videos, I post evidence of extremism, and then we all go home. At least those attending go home – I return to a place that is feeling less and less like home every single week.
There are a few others that do this alongside me, and when evidence is uploaded of hate crimes we force a response from the police. But that is the way it works: the Islamic fags, the ‘Muslim army’ banners, the calls for jihad, the anti-Jewish chants – all those headlines – it is all us – making evidence public and forcing the police to act. If we were not there (the two or three taking photos) then the 1000+ police wouldn’t see any of it.
The police, the CPS and the media – all working in unison to ignore the problem of extreme Islamism in this country.
Yesterday there was a mob attack on an airport in Russia’s Dagistan. In the UK, the deputy editor of an Islamist magazine openly posted this threat:
He posted it because he exists in an environment without fear. These extremists have openly mocked the UK for years, and have come to understand that the police, CPS and media will all bend over backwards not to see him for what he is.
Look at these two headlines, reporting on the pogrom in Dagistan:
The Times telling it exactly as it is. The BBC getting lost in a world of cowardice and self-defining oblivion. They call themselves anti-Israel activists – therefore that is what they must be.
The media’s dereliction of duty
100,000 people – 80%+ of them Muslims, turned up to demonstrate in London. This is the way this was reported across the main UK news channels:
It is a full house; BBC, ITV, Channel 4 & Sky News. Each reporting in a similar style, mentioning the mass protest and then suggesting that the protest was about a call for a ceasefire. The media position appears to be a simple one – because these people are not physically destroying London (or whichever city they are demonstrating in) then it is a peaceful march. They give the Islamists a free pass.
If 100,000 people were there – then over 99% of them called for the destruction of Israel. This is a fact. Neither ‘free Palestine’, nor ‘from the river to the sea’ are chants about ceasefires. They are both about eliminating Israel. These two chants were sung more than any other. None of this can really be disputed. In other words, the media headlines have all been whitewashed to deceive people.
Islamist extremism – hidden in plain sight.
We have good reason to be angry. The ‘peace march’ as the media has described it – was organised by six different organisations:
I want to focus on the three Islamist groups; Friends of Al Aqsa, the Palestine Forum in Britain, and the Muslim Association of Britain.
1. The leader of Friends of Al Aqsa – Ismail Patel spoke to the gathered protestors at the end of the march:
Ismail Patel has called Hamas ‘the backbone of Palestinian resistance and survival’. He once said in a speech that ‘we are all Hamas’. Patel has visited Hamas’ leader Ismail Haniyeh in Gaza (Haniyeh left, Patel right):
2. The Palestinian Forum in Britain, is led by Zaher Birawi, who has met Haniyeh and other Hamas leaders on more than one occasion (see 1,2,) Birawi has even been called a Hamas operative (Birawi, left in image).
3. The Muslim Association of Britain (MAB) has long been seen as an arm of the Muslim Brotherhood (the Islamist mothership of Hamas) in the UK. Anas Altikriti, a Director and former President of MAB posted an image of himself with Hamas leader Haniyeh on his own social media pages:
In other words, half of the organisers of these protests have had close ties to Hamas. So why are Sky, the BBC, ITV and Channel 4 *ALL* ignoring this vitally important fact. Can you imagine – even for a second – the same media describing a march organised by far-right groups as ‘peaceful demonstrations’ without referencing the political extremism of the organisers? It would never happen.
The main British news channels are bending over backwards to hide the extremist links of the groups that are putting 100,000 people onto the streets of the nation’s capital. They are reporting them as ‘peace marches’. This is unforgivable. Is it cowardice? Is it stupidity? Have they employed (in the name of diversity) too many (non-violent) extremist Islamists who are now busy skewing the news we receive? Whatever the truth, these outlets are now engaging in blatant propaganda that strengthens the hands of radical Islamic terrorists.
Let us have a closer look
The Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas ties I have just mentioned represent the big picture that our media does not want to talk about. I am now going to highlight an example of the ‘small picture’ distortion from within the crowd itself. Our media are falling over themselves to present the genocidal chant ‘from the river to the sea’ as one of humanitarian kindness.
This guy was at the ‘peaceful demo’. Mohammed Qasim isn’t an outlier, rather he is one of those that stands in the centre of demonstrators leading the chants. This is a short clip of him leading chants at a recent demo:
It should be noted that he leads a chant of ‘from the river to the sea’ – I will return to this.
Here is Qasim with Husam Zomlot at one of the recent demos. Zomlot is Head of the Palestinian Mission to the United Kingdom:
Qasim has been to three demos so far. The footage above is from the 14th October. This is him at the other two on the 21st and 28th:
This is what Mohammed Qasim posted on 7th October as Hamas slaughtered 1400 Israelis. His posts leave us in no doubt as to his joy. On a post (left) that carries the Hamas emblem, he claims that ‘Israel is coming to an end’:
Here is a post from the 7th October of the Hamas logo, in which Qasim explicitly supports Hamas by name:
I have deliberately left the ‘responses’ his Hamas supporting post received as a visible element in the last image. As the proscribed terrorist group Hamas slaughtered Israelis – 32 people ‘liked’ or ‘loved’ that post. Importantly, there was no dissent at all. The pro-terrorist support is not an outlier – it is mainstream in these circles. Although our media won’t ever tell you this – the support of terrorism is a central pillar of anti-Israel activism. The only real question is whether the person tries to hide it or not.
From the river to the sea
I now want to introduce this last post. This is a man who was leading chants at the demonstrations in London. He sang ‘from the river to the sea’. The media has been bending over backwards to con people into thinking this is not an extremist chant – even though it obviously calls for the destruction of Israel. But don’t take it from me – take it from a person who actually sang it. Mohammed Qasim posted this vile image on 7th October – the day of the attack. We can see clearly what the phrase means – it means genocide. The sea is there, and the Jews are being forced into it.
We can see the truth – even if our mainstream media news channels are desperate to hide it from us. I will leave you with this scary thought. According to his own posts Qasim is a Learning Support Assistant at a primary school.
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