August 12, 2005

Islamofascist cleric banned from Britain

It looks like Omar Bakri Mohammed is going to have to find some other method of getting money rather than taking benefits in Britain as Bakri has been banned from Britain. It appears that Charles Clarke found out that he did not need extra powers, which would doughtless destroyed yet more civil liberties of British Citizens, in order to exclude him. He used instead the powers that he already has to excluded Mr Bakri "on the grounds that his presence is not conducive to the public good", rather an understatement or a guy that wants to destroy the British way of life and turn this country into yet another thrid world Sharia hell hole. According to Al Guardian's report
The Conservative home affairs spokesman, David Davis, said the "whole country" would welcome the decision to ban Mr Bakri from returning to Britain.

"We have been urging the home secretary to use the powers available to him to exclude or deport non-UK citizens whose presence is not conducive to the public good, and we are glad that he has done so," Mr Davis added.

Inayat Bunglawala, of the Muslim Council of Britain, said: "Omar Bakri is unlikely to be missed by the vast majority of British Muslims. With his often very offensive remarks, he has contributed towards the demonisation of British Muslims."

Clarke used these powers that the Home Secretary, whether Charles Clarke or David Blunkett before him, have always had. This is exactly what should have been done four years ago rather than trashing our liberties and destroying Habeas Corpus. There was no need to, they could and should have simply deported the Belmash 10 rather than undermining centuries of legal traditions, and then extending these new powers to British citizens as well. Memoranda of Understanding could have been formulated back then just as easily as they could now, and probably more easily as there would not have been the backdrop of the Iraq War poisoning relationships between the British Government and the governments of the various countries these creeps are wanted in.

Quite frankly even the Memorandum, while a good thing to have, is not needed. France and Sweden both have thrown out Islamist extremists without them and have had no problems from the European Convention on Human Rights.


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