Britain, Doing its Best for National Suicide By Richard Miller
Do not speak of “Great Britain,” for there is little now which is great about this once noble land, as it swiftly, but surely sinks into the muds of history:
“The UK has reportedly spent over £200,000 ($254,000) on the welfare of a hate preacher deported on terrorism charges. The revelation has raised the ire of the public, and a British pundits didn’t mince their words live on RT. Abu Qatada, who requested asylum in the UK in 1993, was deported to his home country of Jordan in 2013 for posing a threat to national security. Now, it has emerged that Qatada’s meetings with doctors and human rights workers in Jordan were actually funded by UK taxpayers for three years, and cost a hefty £200,000 ($254,000), the Times revealed. A legal battle to deport him is said to have cost more than £1.9million ($2.4 million). “In the first place, Abu Qatada should never have been granted asylum here… And then you think about all the money, all the welfare payments he and those around him have ‘parasited’ of the UK taxpayer,” argued David Vance, a rightwing political commentator. However, he was challenged by Keith Best, a former conservative politician and now CEO of Survivors UK. “Your recipe is one for anarchy,” Best responded, saying that the UK, like other “civilized countries,” is obliged to grant asylum to anyone who fears persecution and oppression. It’s “pretty imbecilic” to look after a “terrorist mastermind” and his safety back in Jordan, Vance insisted. That money could be better spent looking after the victims of terrorist attacks, he said. However, Best noted that Abu Qatada was acquitted of terrorism charges in Jordan because the evidence was tainted.”
If that was not enough, sitting right alongside that article is another classic:
“Anjem Choudary, the notorious Islamic State-supporting hate preacher, will require £2m a year of taxpayers money to secure his protection and monitor his movements, when he becomes eligible for release from prison on Wednesday. Choudary, will most likely be released from his maximum-security Frankland Prison in County Durham on Thursday or Friday, reports the The Sunday Telegraph, after serving less than half of his five-and-a-half-year sentence. The paper reports that there will be 25 separate conditions to Choudary’s parole, at a cost to the British taxpayer that is likely to exceed £2 million-a-year. Conditions are thought to include limits on his movements; such as an evening curfew, the wearing of a GPS electronic tag and a ban on visiting specific venues such as Regent’s Park Mosque in central London, where he used to worship.”
The decay of Britain must be of concern to Australian constitutional monarchists, who are generally close-eyed to the race/immigration/civilisational decay issue. If Britain falls, which is happening right now, long with it goes the monarchy, which has already taken a beating. Australia then becomes a republic by default. Think long and hard about this, conservative friends.