... It'll have your Heads Rolling in the streets. ... Literally!
... It goes like this:
The Stupid British PM asks " What's the best way to get rid of all the hate preachers in our mosques?"
... and then the Stupid British Prime Minister comes up with a Brain Waive:
"I know, he said (privately and stupidly to himself). I'll ask all the Mosques and Islamic Centres to come up with a list of the hate preachers, ... and in return we can offer them some legal advice."
... and then he tells his stupid plan to the News Papers who go ahead and print it:
Mosques to get legal advice on driving out hate preachers
... just my opinion but a Better Headline Would Be:
Mosques To Be Advised on Deported Hate Preachers!
London Evening Standard
19 June 2013
19 June 2013
Mosques and Islamic centres could be given Government legal advice to help rid themselves of hate preachers.
David Cameron said he had picked up the idea after visiting Woolwich in the wake of Drummer Lee Rigby’s murder last month.
The Prime Minister told Parliament that his Cabinet-level anti-extremism taskforce was looking at how the plan might work.
Mr Cameron said: “One particular idea we’re looking at is something I heard while I was in Woolwich.
“Where, for instance, communities want to come together and try to drive extremist groups out of particular mosques or Islamic centres, they often need help including legal advice to do that.”
Drummer Rigby, who had a two-year-old son, was killed near Woolwich barracks on May 22.
Michael Adebowale, 22, and Michael Adebolajo, 28, were shot by police at the crime scene before being arrested.
Footage later emerged of Adebolajo standing near Islamic hate preacher Anjem Choudary during a 2007 demonstration in London. It has also been suggested he had ties with Omar Bakri, who is banned from Britain and is now based in Lebanon.
A gang leader has been deported from Britain on suspicion of murder, violent assaults and robberies, despite never being convicted of serious offences.
Mohammed Rahim-Bah, 26, was returned to Sierra Leone at the weekend, even though he has lived in this country legally with his family since the age of seven, on the basis of police intelligence.