Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Choudary should be exiled to Libya.

His invitation of Daesh into the borders of the UK is an act of treason. Daesh is openly interested in destroying governments through carnage of citizens.

His affiliation with Deash is far more than his usual hate speech, it is a open invitation of influence of a foreign terror group that wants to kill citizens of the UK. No wonder the UK has to maintain it's internal security level at "critical." What does Prime Minister May expect? Charged Choudary with treason and hold him for trial or immediately deport him to exile. I would not give him any other alternative. His influence within the UK with citizens is used to inspire the desire to kill for him. This was twice now, when will Choudary be taken into custody?

June 6, 2017
By Lizzie Dearden

The bloody rampage (click here) that left seven people dead and dozens injured on a busy Saturday night in London Bridge is the latest atrocity to be tied to Anjem Choudary’s network of extremists, it has emerged.

Khuram Butt, who wore an Arsenal shirt and hoax suicide vest to carry out the slaughter, had been reported to authorities repeatedly over alarming comments and behaviour.

Experts warn that his transformation from apparently non-violent extremist to terrorist could be echoed by countless British Islamists brought to a “tipping point” by the ideology espoused by hate preachers.

Butt was spotted alongside Choudary, who has subsequently been jailed for inviting support for Isis, at a protest following the murder of Lee Rigby in 2013.

Mohammed Shafiq, chief executive of anti-extremism group the Ramadhan Foundation, said Butt flanked Choudary as he defended a murder carried out by one of his own followers.

Mr Shafiq, who was conducting interviews nearby in Westminster’s College Green, went to challenge Choudary, Butt and another supporter.

“I went to confront him and Butt shouted out ‘murtadd’ [apostate from Islam],” he told The Independent....

5 October 2016
By Andy Wells

While rare, acts of treason and high treason are still punishable - although the death penalty is no longer the ultimate sentence after it was scrapped in 1998 under the Crime And Disorder Act.
That is very fortunate for anyone committing acts of treason as the death penalty in the past didn’t mean an injection or gas chamber.
In fact, it was a lot worse as Guy Fawkes and his fellow comparators discovered when they were executed for treason in 1605 by hanging, drawing and quartering.
Nevertheless, guilty parties can expect a maximum term of life behind bars for acts of disloyalty to the Queen....