No sooner has Islam4UK gotten their publicity for the proposed march through Wootton Bassett, than the government have banned them. We’re led to believe that the timing is coincidental & that the government have been preparing the ban for months but the timing does appear striking.
As usual, the government’s answer to a problem is to ban it. Banning rarely works but it does grab headlines & it does fool a few people into thinking the government are actually doing something.
Banning drugs hasn’t stopped any of the problems associated with drugs use, banning dangerous dogs hasn’t stopped dangerous dogs attacking & killing people, banning handguns hasn’t stopped criminals using them, banning alcohol from under-18s doesn’t stop them maruading drunkenly through every town in the country. The only thing which has worked is banning nuclear explosions. Since Nu-Labour made it an offence to cause a nuclear explosion a few years ago, there hasn’t been a single case in the UK, mind you there wasn’t a single case prior to that but why let that spoil a success story.
So, banning Islam4UK will do precisely bugger-all. They were banned under previous names al-Ghurabaa and The Saved Sect & fuck-all good that did. Anjem Choudary will do exactly what he’s been doing for the last few years under a different guise.
The government could, in one simple act, do more to make society better than banning some randomly-named organisation with few members. They could stop giving the leader of those groups Ã‚Â£25,000 every year of free cash.
I would normally link to the subject’s website, but it seems to have been banned.