Let me show you the enemy

Posted by Tim Ireland at July 15, 2005

Category: Rupert 'The Evil One' Murdoch

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The Scum says (13 July 2005): These were extremist criminals who happened to be Muslims. They do not represent Britain’s Muslim community. Indeed, the thugs who carry out imbecilic “reprisals” against Muslims do nothing but further Osama Bin Laden’s twisted cause. Mosques have been vandalised and set alight. An Asian man lies dead, apparently from a racist attack. Ordinary, peace-loving Muslims – themselves reeling from yesterday’s news – now fear for their safety, as The Sun’s Anila Baig writes so movingly in today’s Sun newspaper. And ironically that is what Bin Laden wants. He wants our country divided, with Christian turned against Muslim. He loathes the idea of a harmonious, multi-cultural Britain. Every brick the thugs throw, every blow they strike against Muslims, hands Bin Laden a small victory.

Today, Richard Littlejohn appears in the Sun and urges you to hurl bricks. I’d love to provide a link, but The Scum no longer allow Littlejohn’s articles online… it increases the chances of academics (what use the Interwebs) determining that he’s clinically insane.

Richard Littlejohn (15 July 2005):

How would the Second World War have turned out if the modern diversity and human rights agenda had been in force back then and all reporting was subject to today’s BBC guidelines?

London calling, London calling. This is the Six O’Clock News from the BBC read by Lord Haw Haw. More than 20,000 people are believed to have been killed in a series of incidents in the East End of London. Militants loyal to the German Fuhrer, Adolf Hitler, have claimed responsibility. Our World Affairs editor said this was an inevitable consequence of British aggression at Dunkirk.

The Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, said today that those responsible were a tiny minority of criminals whose views did not represent the mainstream Nazi community, which is overwhelmingly peace-loving and law-abiding.

As the clear-up operation continued, Mr Churchill appealed for calm and said there must be no retaliation. Anyone caught fighting on beaches, landing grounds, fields, streets or hills would be arrested and prosecuted under the emergency hate crimes legislation.

And it goes on like that for another 800 words. He essentially groups every follower of the Muslim faith under one banner and labels them as the enemy. He assures you that targeting such people with bricks and firebombs is one of the finest acts you can undertake in defence of this great nation.

Doesn’t this qualify as incitement?

Littlejohn should be dragged out of Canary Wharf in handcuffs for this. Or perhaps a straightjacket.








2 Comments

  1. Uponnothing.co.uk says

    Bloggerheads (UK) – Let me show you the enemy

    Bloggerheads (UK) – Let me show you the enemyRichard Littlejohn is quite simply a c***….

  2. Loz says

    Do you want the whole article?War Office memo. Anyone caught fighting on the beaches will be prosecuted for hate crimesThe Sun (London); Jul 15, 2005; Richard Littlejohn; p. 11(Copyright (c) News Group Newspapers Limited 2005)HOW would the Second World War have turned out if the modern diversity and human rights agenda had been in force back then and all reporting was subject to today’s BBC producer guidelines?LONDON calling, London calling. This is the Six O’Clock News from the BBC, read by Lord Haw-Haw.More than 20,000 people are believed to have been killed in a series of incidents in the East End of London.Militants loyal to the German Fuhrer, Adolf Hitler, have claimed responsibility.Our World Affairs Editor said this was an inevitable consequence of British aggression at Dunkirk.The Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, said today that those responsible were a tiny minority of criminals whose views did not represent the mainstream Nazi community, which is overwhelmingly peace-loving and law-abiding.As the clear-up operation continued, Mr Churchill appealed for calm and said there must be no retaliation. Anyone caught fighting on beaches, landing grounds, fields, streets or hills would be arrested and prosecuted under the emergency hate crimes legislation.The Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Sir Ian Blair, said he could see no connection between the word “Nazi” and “Blitz”. He said we must be vigilant against any increase in Nazophobia.Sir Ian and his colleagues in the Association of Chief Police Officers are to sponsor a conference at Central Hall, Westminster, which is being addressed by the leading Nazi thinker, Dr Josef Goebbels.Although Dr Goebbels advocates a policy of genocide aimed at eradicating the Jews from the face of the earth, the Mayor of London, Mr Ken Livingstone, described him as a man of peace and said he would be welcomed as an honoured guest.In a statement from County Hall, Mr Livingstone also accused the American President, Franklin D Roosevelt, of being a war criminal. He said the USA had completely over-reacted to an incident at Pearl Harbor carried out by a handful of Japanese insurgents.In Parliament, the Right Honourable George Galloway MP, thousands of whose constituents were killed in the incidents, refused to condemn the perpetrators. He said the wholesale bombing of civilians in London was a perfectly understandable and justifiable reaction to the Treaty of Versailles.In another development from Westminster, plans to intern thousands of foreign nationals on the Isle of Man for the duration of the conflict have been abandoned after they were ruled illegal under the Human Rights Act.On the south coast of England there are reports of a number of men with German accents appearing in villages and attempting to buy a glass of beer at 9.30am, before the legal opening time for public houses. Police said the men had been advised to make their own way to Lunacy House, in Croydon, Surrey, where they will be given accommodation, welfare benefits and advice on obtaining a British passport.In Norfolk, the siege surrounding a group of German paratroopers who occupied a church and took dozens of civilians hostage has ended peacefully. The paratroopers were taken by charabanc to a nearby hotel, where they have been billeted while they speak to lawyers from the leading London chambers, Nazis R Us, which was founded by the Prime Minister’s wife, Mrs W W Churchill. All are expected to be granted exceptional leave to remain in Britain.In Finsbury Park, police closed roads and provided an armed escort to allow Sir Oswald Mosley, leader of the British Union of Fascists, to preach hatred of the Jews to hundreds of followers in black shirts.After an incident which destroyed Coventry Cathedral, the Archbishop of Canterbury has urged worshippers to reach out to members of the Nazi community and to understand the root causes of their grievances.In the Middle East, the planned assault on El Alamein by Field Marshal Montgomery has been aborted amid concerns that it could inflame the Arab street.RAF fighter squadrons have been grounded following accusations that air crew are hideously white and male. The Macpherson Report into the RAF has concluded that despite a smattering of Commonwealth personnel, the service is institutionally racist. The very term Battle of Britain is in itself racist, said the report.Campaigners also say it is outrageous that Squadron Leader Douglas Bader is the only differently-abled pilot on active duty and are demanding the immediate recruitment of more women, paraplegics, homosexuals and members of the ethnic minorities.The War Office has ordered Air Marshal Arthur “Incident” Harris to cease operations over Germany following fears that this will only drive more impressionable young recruits into joining the Waffen SS.The proposed “Dambusters” raid has been cancelled on the instructions of health and safety officials following a risk assessment. The news was broken today to Wing Commander Guy Gibson, who was accompanied to the Ministry by his faithful dog, Visible Ethnic Minority.Throughout Britain, local authorities have banned the flying of the Union Flag because it could be considered offensive to members of the Nazi community.In Romford, a pensioner who painted the words “Up Yours Adolf” on the roof of his house has been arrested by police and charged with incitement to racial hatred.Three British men caught by US forces spying for the Germans in North Africa, are to be returned to Britain without charge. The men, dubbed “The Gornal Gestapo” by the News Chronicle, will be interviewed at Dock Green police station before being released back into the community. They are expected to receive substantial compensation.Schoolchildren in Haringay, North London, have been banned from singing a nursery rhyme which makes fun of Herr Hitler’s alleged deficiency in the trouser department. The song makes similar mockery of Herr Himmler and other German dignitaries. Education chiefs say the rhyme is inappropriate.That is the BBC News for tonight. Good evening and Heil Hitler!

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