Opinion from a Libertarian ViewPoint

‘Sensitive’ UK terror funding inquiry may never be published | UK news | The Guardian

Posted by M. C. on June 3, 2017

In his letter to May, Brake wrote:…

It is no secret that Saudi Arabia in particular provides funding to hundreds of mosques in the UK, espousing a very hardline Wahhabist interpretation of Islam. It is often in these institutions that British extremism takes root.”

The contents of the report may prove politically as well as legally sensitive. Saudi Arabia, which has been a funding source for fundamentalist Islamist preachers and mosques, was visited by May earlier this year.

When you are a US/Saudi sock puppet the last thing you need to get out is the truth.


Think funding and training for the Manchester bomber, courtesy of our friend and ally.  Money is fungible so there will be some US and Israeli contribution as well.

The sheeple mustn’t realize that:

dutifully following Bush/Obama orders to help decimate the ME and

being an accomplice in Libyan overthrow for the sake of Libyan oil thus opening wider the already open immigrant floodgates and

bending over for the failure that is multiculturalsim and diversity so Saudi Imams can freely pollute the populace with government approval

are the reasons for their dire predicament.

I am thinking UK proletariat will be needing a government issued Arabic phrase book. “Is that my head you are holding?”. “Which button do I push?”. “I want to rent a truck for my friend”. I am sure the Muslim London mayor would help with funding.

Merry ol’ England is dead. It just doesn’t know it.

Be seeing you



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