Skip to comments.UK: Terror-tied Muslim Mayor Threatens Islamic Riots and Violence (Title Truncated)
Posted on 05/29/2014 9:53:32 AM PDT by PoloSec
Full Title: UK: Terror-tied Muslim Mayor Threatens Islamic Riots and Violence if His Illegal Election is Questioned
When the British authorities banned Robert Spencer and me from Britain, they said our presence would not be conducive to the public good. They feared the Muslim street protests, violence and so forth.
Here, the notorious terror-tied Mayor of Tower Hamlets, whose election was fraught with fraud, corruption, graft and voter intimidation, is threatening violence and riots if his illegal win is questioned by authorities.
Will the British authorities cave, yet again? This time surrendering not just free speech (as they did in our case), but free and fair elections.
pg-6-tower-hamlets-2-cfbPeter Golds, leader of the Conservative group, said that Tower Hamlets had been the stage for third-world village politics: Its easy to be attacked as Islamophobic for making this point, said Mr Golds. But the intimidation at polling stations across this borough was appalling. There were four Bangladeshi men outside my polling station, all from Tower Hamlets First, and as you walked in there 11 people inside the polling station and they would pounce on you with a fake polling card in your face, calling on you to vote for Mr Rahman.
Support Tower Hamlets mayor or risk riots, says advisor
Lutfur Rahmans aide says there will be street violence unless people stop questioning the Tower Hamlets result
In 2012, Mr Rahman changed Tower Hamlets procedures to ensure that he personally decided all council grants over £1,000, with the help of his adviser to the third sectorIn 2012, Mr Rahman changed Tower Hamlets procedures to ensure that he personally decided all council grants over £1,000, with the help of his adviser to the third sector By Andrew Gilligan 9:55PM BST 28 May 2014 A senior adviser to Lutfur Rahman, the extremist-linked mayor of Tower Hamlets, has said there will be street violence unless people stop questioning the manner of his re-election. The Electoral Commission is to hold an inquiry into polling in the east London borough after dozens of reports of voter intimidation and a chaotic count that took more than five days to declare a final result. Mr Rahman narrowly won re-election as an independent, by 48 per cent to 52 after second preferences. He was expelled from the Labour Party in 2010 after The Telegraph revealed his close links to an Islamic extremist group, the Islamic Forum of Europe. Kazim Zaidi, Mr Rahmans publicly-funded political adviser at Tower Hamlets, wrote on a local blog: If those who still seem unable to accept the result continue as they are, it will spill out onto the streets where even the cleverest machine politicians will not be able to manage it. Cllr Peter Golds, leader of the opposition on the council, said: I am gobsmacked. This is actually a threat of violence. Given what we know of the mayors ability to bring people out on to the streets, this is deeply disturbing. Around two thousand of Mr Rahmans supporters mobbed the count centre in Limehouse during counting on Friday, effectively barricading Mr Rahmans opponents inside the building. A number of Labour figures, including Sadiq Khan, the shadow justice secretary, were told by police that they could not leave. Many polling stations in the borough were also picketed by large crowds of Mr Rahmans supporters, through whom voters had to push to reach the ballot box. Rachael Saunders, a Labour councillor in Tower Hamlets, said: There were huge mobs of people at the polling stations, shouting, intimidating, actually making it quite difficult for people to vote. Another voter told The Daily Telegraph that he was followed into the polling booth by Mr Rahmans supporters who attempted to ensure that he cast his vote in the correct way. A spokesman for the Electoral Commission said: Everyone should be able to vote free from intimidation and be confident that their vote is safe. Clearly there have been issues at the Tower Hamlets count and we need to make sure we understand what happened, and the reasons for it, before reaching conclusions. Mr Rahmans council is under two further investigations by police and auditors called in by the Department for Communities and Local Government for corruption and misuse of funds. The Telegraph and the BBCs Panorama showed that he channelled council money disproportionately to members of his own Bangladeshi community. Mr Zaidi, who is paid around £53,000 a year from public funds, previously wrote a chapter in an Exeter University pamphlet libelling members of the Tower Hamlets Labour Party. The university was forced to apologise and pay damages. The council insisted that the count went well and that it had received no reports of intimidation.
It’s getting close to decision time in England.Either they take out the trash,or the trash is going to take them out.
Sounds like he’s being a good Muslim following the commands of Allah via Mohammed.
Violent subhuman bearded savages are given a free pass while people who warn about them, although bearded, are condemned as jihadophobic.
Isn’t “inciting a riot” a crime?
Arrest him, and teargas, firehose, and beat the heck out his followers when they riot.
Its the UK. They only do that actual Brits, like EDL.