Londoners just elected Sadiq Khan as their mayor, the first Muslim mayor of any Western capital city. Paul Weston has some thoughts about what this milestone event means for the future of Britain.
The Innocence of Sadiq Khan
by Paul Weston
When the prevailing ethos of a country’s political and media class is one of insanity and/or national suicide, no one should be too surprised when what was once thought unthinkable becomes a sudden and shocking reality. A good example of this is the crowning of Sadiq Khan as Mayor of London, which could be compared in terms of lunacy to the appointment of Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn as Chairman of the Friends of Israel Society.
I don’t necessarily think the smoothly urbane and thoroughly slippery Sadiq Khan is a potential leader of armed Islamic insurrection in London, but nor do I believe he is the benign and unthreatening sort of awfully-nice-Muslim-next-door-chappy that the BBC et. Al. would like us to believe. After all, if judged by the company Sadiq Khan has kept, he would appear to be yet another one of those Muslim politicians who say one thing to their Eloi English audience and quite another to their own community when well out of infidel earshot.
Consider the following: Mr Khan’s brother-in-law, Makbool Javaid, was a supporter of the terrorist organisation Al-Muhajiroun which became notorious for its September 2002 conference “The Magnificent 19” praising the September 11, 2001 attacks. Mr Javaid appeared alongside some of the country’s most infamous hate preachers, and in 1998 his name appeared on a fatwa calling for a “full-scale war of jihad” against Britain and the US.
Mr Khan’s brother-in-law went on to become head of Litigation Services at the Commission for Racial Equality… the further one looks down the multicultural rabbit hole of Britain, the more surreal the whole thing becomes. Mr Javaid is currently a partner at legal firm Simons Muirhead and Burton and lists amongst his Facebook friends CAGE director Moazzam Begg and fellow director Asim Qureshi, who described the Islamic State butcher Jihadi John as a “beautiful young man”. Sadiq Khan is intimately connected with all of these people, which is not something that could be said of Boris Johnson, London’s previous and altogether different type of Mayor.
Sadiq Khan was on the board of the “civil liberties” pressure group Liberty (NCCL) for three years, along with a certain Mr Azad Ali, who has excused the murder of British soldiers and was involved with the extremist organisations Islamic Forum of Europe and Jamaat e Islami. Azad Ali is currently Head of Community Development & Engagement at the organisation MEND which seeks to undermine the British government’s counter-terrorism strategy. And speaking of going down surreal rabbit holes, Azad Ali is an adviser to the police and Home Office on police procedure, a member of the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) and sits on the Home Office’s Trust and Confidence Community Panel… and last but not least is a board member of the extremist boot-boy outfit Unite Against Fascism, which is also supported by the British Prime Minister David Cameron…
The Mayor of London has peculiar friends, it must be said, but who could possibly know just how many? Sadiq Khan has represented the Nation of Islam’s Louis Farrakhan, who — just in case people have forgotten — called for the mass murder and destruction of the white race. In addition, Khan has defended the Taliban supporter Babar Ahmad, the Saudi Arabian “charity worker” Shaker Aamer and the spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood Yusuf al Qaradawi, who called the murder of Israeli civilians a legitimate act. Strange bedfellows all, it really has to be said.
Sadiq Khan explains all this away as part and parcel of life within the civil rights world, but all those he defends seem to have a particular set of political ideals and a particular religious/racial background. I have searched for details with regard to the Mayor of London ever having defended the human rights of Sgt Blackman (Marine A) or Tommy Robinson, but my searches have sadly come to nought. Sadiq Khan has no time for patriotic Englishmen, it would seem, which is somewhat unfortunate for the non-Muslim population of London…
Mr Khan’s speechwriter Shueb Salar has finally been sacked for all sorts of vile outbursts on Twitter concerning homosexuality and women (faggots and ho’s as described by Mr Salar) and other such bugbears of Islamic prejudice — which included the suggestion that Fusilier Lee Rigby’s murder had been faked. But Sadiq Khan only got round to sacking him after the media shamed him into doing so. Considering London has more than its fair share of “faggots and hoes’ in Islamic eyes, one can only wonder how the new Mayor will treat them…
The Mayor of London has so many links to so many unpleasant people and organisations, it becomes incredibly boring transcribing them in their entirety. I suggest people read this one article which covers Sadiq Khan’s alliance with the extremist Islamic student organisation FOSIS, his praise for the Islam Channel despite its being constantly fined for promoting radicalisation, and his apparent inability to recognise the black flag of Islam as a terrorist symbol after it was waved by an audience member during a Sadiq Khan speech.
In 2004 Sadiq Khan was Chairman of the Muslim Council of Britain’s (MCB) legal affairs committee. Those in the know were already talking about the MCB as a front for the Muslim Brotherhood, but it took another five-years before the Labour government finally got around to recognising it as such and dropping it like a hot potato.
There is far more out there about Khan’s strange past if you are prepared to search for it, but I think we can reasonably concur that whilst he may not actually be a supporter of Islamic terror, he is most certainly not the sort of man who should be Mayor of London. The fact that he took his oath on the Koran when he was first elected as an MP tells us all we need to know about his true allegiance, as does his attitude toward moderate Muslims, whom he described on Iran’s Press TV channel as Uncle Toms.
And so the previously unthinkable has become the present reality. A Muslim man with way too many extremist links to be entirely coincidental is now the Mayor of London. I suppose this is hardly a shock, though. The native English are a demographic minority (and a rapidly dwindling one) in London, whilst Muslims from Pakistan and Bangladesh are a rapidly expanding demographic.
In a couple more decades Britain may well have its first Muslim Prime Minister, and I think we can safely assume he will be of the same ideological stock as Sadiq Khan. Reality cannot argue with demographics, so the realistic future for Britain is Islamic, which doesn’t bode well for the Jews and Christians, or indeed anyone not actually Muslim. They might wake up in time, but I rather doubt it.
Why do I rather doubt it? David Cameron was denounced as a racist by white native Britons for raising concerns about Sadiq Khan’s past, and I will leave you with a taste of our probable future courtesy of Andrew Boff, Conservative leader of the Greater London Assembly, who stated that criticism of Mr Khan’s myriad links with extremists was:
“Effectively saying that people of conservative religious views are not to be trusted and you should not share a platform with them. That’s outrageous… I do believe it’s going to affect Conservatives at the sharp end, especially in those parts of London where there is a high Muslim population.”
Do you understand what he means by this? I do. He is saying the Conservative Party is aware of the growing power of Islam in Britain, and that rather than confront the extreme elements of it, politicians should instead get on their knees before it.
And until there is a revolution (or more accurately a counter-revolution) in Britain, that is exactly what will happen. We will continue to submit, even as we watch France, Germany, Holland, Sweden and ALL the ex-Communist Central European countries currently rising up in a concerted and organised political manner against Islam.
In order to fully lose your country, you first have to lose your capital city. Sadiq Khan, a Muslim with countless extremist links, won 44% of the vote. UKIP won a mere 4%. We have now lost London in religious, racial, political and cultural terms, so it is up to us as to whether we go on to lose our country. What are you going to do about it?
In point of fact, what is Nigel Farage and UKIP going to do about it? Write a letter to The Daily Telegraph?
Even better, how about writing a letter to the new Mayor of London?
Paul Weston is a British-based writer who focuses on the damage done to Western Civilisation by the hard left’s ongoing cultural revolution, which seeks to destroy the Christian, capitalist and racial base of the West. He is now one of the leaders of PEGIDA UK, and is also the leader of Liberty GB. His website may be found here, and his political Facebook page here. For links to his previous essays, see the Paul Weston Archives.