Friday, 8 August 2014

'Jihadist' flag flown in east London | World | The Guardian

When even the Guardian reports this sort of story you know the situation is getting bad.
'A black flag with white Arabic writing, similar to those flown by jihadist groups, was flying at the entrance of an east London housing state near Canary Wharf.

In a highly provocative gesture, the emblem was planted on top of the gates of the Will Crooks estate on Poplar High Street, and is surrounded by flags of Palestine and slogans.

The flag bears similar writing to the jihadi flags that have been flown by the extremist group in Iraq and other jihadi groups since the 1990s. When the estate was approached last night, a group of about 20 Asian youths swore at Guardian journalists and told them to leave the area immediately. One youth threatened to smash a camera.

When a passerby tried to take a picture of the flag on a phone, one of the gang asked him if he was Jewish. The passerby replied: "Would it make a difference?" The youth said: "Yes, it fucking would." Asked if the flag was an Isis flag, one local man said: "It is just the flag of Allah." But another man asked: "So what if it is?"'

Supporters, or worse, of Islamist terrorists on the streets of London, putting up flags, claiming control, and threatening Jews. Well done the last Labour government who all but ended border controls and increased immigration from the third world so as to 'rub the right's noses in diversity'. Our noses have been rubbed but soon we fear they will be broken. 

More here but not so far as I can see on the BBC, where I wouldn't be surprised if there were some who'd support the Jihadist supporters in Poplar.

The BBC, The Guardian and The Independent all have increased hatred of Jews by their biased coverage of the Israel Hamas conflict and will bear responsibility when Jews are attacked and / or killed by enraged Muslims or left wing agitators on the streets of Britain.

1 comment:

Katabasis said...

Unbelievable, frankly.

Not only just up the road from me, but if the Guardian's reporting is to be believed the Met Police seem to be particularly relaxed about it.

The fact that this occurs against a background of people in the past being told to remove Union Jacks (or even UKIP signs!!) is just going to fuel yet more resentment and a sense of double standards.