Back in 2005, I reported on the phenomenon of the gang in London which called themselves “The Muslim Boys.” Since their tactics haven’t changed, click on the link to see the perverted ingenuity of these “boys.”
Evidently, they’re gaining in strength:
In September 2006, another member of the Muslim Boys gang was jailed for 10 years for weapons possession. 22-year old Joel Simmonds had a Mac-10 with 10 rounds of ammunition, as well as a stun gun and body armor.
In the same month, the South London Press reported that with many of their leading players in jail, police were claiming that the fearsome reputation of the Muslim Boys was fading.
Ruth Marriott [the mother of one of the many murder victims of the MB’s]was skeptical. She said: “I don’t think this is the end. The courts are too lenient and these guys are treated like royalty in prison. They regroup inside and come out with even more confidence… The Muslim connection is a load of crap. They use it to hide their evil deeds behind. I know true Muslims and they would never behave like this.”
That is the interesting part of this story. These are Muslim “converts,” described here by The Liberty Post in 2005:
Afro-Caribbean “Muslim converts” [who] began violently “taxing” the south London criminal community. Dressed in long, flowing black leather coats, as in the film The Matrix, and initially dubbed “the Taliban Terrorists”, these were exconvicts who had been turned on to Islam in prison, and who began to use the austere discipline of Islam to fashion a criminal network with a “higher” purpose.
Their first targets were other criminals – especially local drug dealers and pimps – who were ordered to pay “protection money”. If the dealers refused, they were held at gunpoint, often facing the muzzle of a MAC-10.
In the early days, there were about 25 hardcore members, plus 40 “ foot soldiers”. They had come out of a gang called the SMS, the South Man Syndicate, and now began to rope in other crews, such as The Brotherhood and the Stockwell Crew, evolving into an umbrella crew called the PDC, Poverty Driven Children. To this day, gang members refer to themselves as PDC, regarding the Muslim Boys as a term used by outsiders.
By January 2004, the gang had managed the unique feat of uniting the bitterly divided south-east black criminal-fraternity against them.
The enmity of other criminals doesn’t deter them. Nor does police action. One thing which does anger them-mortally so for their victims-are peers who fail to convert to their way of thinking, or who backslide. They are dealt with summarily and without mercy. Forced conversions are a new twist on an old terror; for the bruvs, it’s all a part of loyal family feeling.
Putting these wildings in jail does no good. It’s merely an opportunity to have another environment in which to intimidate, bully and kill, as the latest article goes on to explain:
Though there may be fewer active members of the Muslim Boys on the streets of south London, their activities in jail are still giving Britain’s prison service a headache.
Many of the Muslim Boys gang members were incarcerated at Belmarsh, a prison that was constructed in 1991. This prison has traditionally housed the majority of Britain’s convicted Muslim terrorists. One of its notorious inmates is hook-handed Abu Hamza al-Masri, former firebrand preacher at the Finsbury Park Mosque. A serving prison officer at HMP Belmarsh has recently stated: “The highest-risk prisoners are kept in the High Security Unit. It’s a jail within a jail. The talk of the unit is always Abu Hamza. None of the prisoners ever bother him. A lot of the Muslim Boys look up to him. In addition to a portable TV, he has his own laptop provided by the Prison Service, a few books and a prayer mat.”
Inside Belmarsh jail, the Muslim Boys have imported their savage and ferocious behavior. They have carved for themselves a unique position within the prison hierarchy, feared by inmates and treated with caution by prison officers. To achieve this, they have violently attacked inmates and staff alike.
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In December 2005, a leaked internal security report from the jail stated: “Prisoners reported abuse, assaults, intimidation and threats. Some of the atrocities were carried out with impunity during associations causing victims to fear for their lives. Most of the perpetrators are believed to be members of the Muslim Boys gang who intensified their drive to recruit other prisoners to the fold. They force prisoners to accept the Muslim faith – those who refuse suffer assaults. They promise potential converts protection from other prisoners and staff who they challenge at every opportunity.”
A month later, a source inside the prison stated: “The Muslim Boys’ gang master orders most of the assaults on fellow prisoners. They rule through fear and are very hard to infiltrate.”
In a vain attempt to control the violence led by the Muslim Boys gang, one gang leader was transferred in December 2005 to Brixton jail. This individual was said to have had “An extensive custodial history of drugs, assaults and threats of assaults to both staff and fellow prisoners.” Another Muslim Boys leader was sent to Whitemoor jail in Cambridgeshire. This man was described in the leaked security report: “In league with others he engaged in intimidation, assaults and recruitment of others into the Muslim Boys Gang/Muslim religion. The membership’s aim is to confront staff and cause major disruptions to good in the prison. Has been seen, along with two others, going round the landing tooled up [carrying weapons].”
In February 2006, a prominent member of the Muslim Boys gang led an attack upon prison staff that led to a riot in the prison’s high security unit. A prison guard was set upon by two inmates. Two of these were Muslim Boys gang members. Another prisoner then joined in. The officer was hit around his head and upper body with a pool cue and also a sock that had been filled with cans of tuna. He received cuts and needed hospital treatment. The incident led to further violence in which two other prison guards were also attacked. One of these was punched and kicked in the shower block of the unit, and the other was assaulted in the medical treatment room. About ten prisoners and ten staff fought with each other, and five prisoners were given disciplinary action.
On Good Friday, April 14 2006, one member of the Muslim Boys was “punished” for trying to convert out of Islam. When the Belmarsh prisoner was in the toilet, eight Muslim Boys gang members attacked him. The victim received head injuries. When prison officers tried to intervene, they too were attacked. The Home Office denied that the attack had been a serious incident, but a spokesperson said that four men were being subjected to “administrative action.”
In May 2007, a leading member of the Muslim Boys gang again led an attack upon Belmarsh prison staff. On the morning of May 4, this individual was asked to hand over his laptop computer to a prison officer. In March 2006 the prison had controversially authorized the issue of laptop computers costing £1,000 apiece ($1,958) to 28 of the prisoners in the jail, including terror suspects and Abu Hamza. The prison authorities argued that these computers were to be used for prisoners to prepare their legal defenses.
The Muslim Boys gang member had been suspected of using a smuggled card to enable his laptop computer to be connected to the internet. He refused to give the computer to the officer and then punched and kicked him. Other prisoners then joined in, brandishing pool cues. When the security alarm was sounded, three more prison officers were attacked, in what was regarded by staff as a pre-planned assault. One of the prison officers received a broken chin and another underwent shoulder injuries.
The Muslim Boys are in no way typical of either Muslim gangs in Britain, nor the “traditional” gangs that inhabit Britain’s largest cities. Some police have suggested that they emerged after 9/11, and their claims to support Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda are part of a campaign to intimidate and rule by fear. Their rule on the streets of South London may, for a while a least, lack influence. In Belmarsh, a Category A jail where some of Britain’s worst terrorists are housed, it appears that their campaign of fear is showing no signs of going away.
These guys are sociopaths looking for a home, and membership in The Muslim Boys gives them that. For a thorough history of this sink hole of human behavior, read the whole series in Family Security Matters:
Part One of “Britain’s Muslim Gang Culture: Coming Soon to a Town Near You?”
Part Two is here.
The final part ishere.
I urge you to go through all three parts. They make compelling reading.The author, Adrian Morgan has done a masterful and painfully thorough job of research. He deserves a medal for this. Mr. Morgan also writes for Western Resistance.
This kind of wilding behavior is not Britain’s alone. None of us can escape it in one form or another. Every Western country has its version of “A Clockwork Orange”.
There are lots of villains to blame here, but the tenets of the modern socialist religion, e.g., children raised by the state, welfare payments for doing nothing but breathing, the creeping fascism of absolute “tolerance” for so-called victims and teh multitude of the terminally aggrieved — not to mention a foundational disdain and rejection of achievement, competition, etc. have brought us to this precipice.
The Muslim Boys are probably not salvageable, any more than pedophiles’ basic behaviors can be “cured.” We are stuck with them; just as Daniel Moynihan tried to warn us forty years ago when the Democrats moved to enlarge our welfare programs and thus disrupt black families. No legislators listened to his prescient observations. Now have a considerable and growing number of deviant, conscienceless and dangerous people among us. The police cannot control them, incarceration simply gives them more scope in which to recruit, and everyone is afraid for their own children.
What is to be done?
Hat tip: Holger Danske