Terrified by Islam — Its Apostates (ex-Muslims)

The following essay about Nissar Hussain and Islamic apostasy was posted on Thursday by UKIP Daily.

Terrified by Islam — Its Apostates (ex-Muslims)

by the Poacher

As a typical UKIP Brit you may fear for the future of our culture, our civilization even, as it is battered in the unattributable “War on Terror”. Yes, we are apparently fighting terror, terror without a cause, a first-mover, a motivation — and just try designating the likely originators of the next horrendous attack. Despite the statistical likelihood of the perps coming from a particular group being clear enough for a 10-year-old to have a good guess, be careful… and if you do, Chief Constable Dick may just get her knickers in a twist and fire off emails to her “experts” as to whether such calumny can be allowed to stand.

Experts, that’s a term to mull over — Vyshinsky might have clarified matters for her, as he did at all those chilling show trials for the recent occupants of the Lubyanka — never needing to return for too long a stay after the judgement, of course. Useful, contemptible, amoral or pliable experts are two a penny, as every totalitarian instinctively knows. (If the use of the “knickers in a twist” phrase is thought of as sexist — it is not. It is being used here as a simple term of contempt for the actions of this time-serving Common Purpose enabler.)

Now, we can act: by voting, by marching, by berating the dopey Momentum-indoctrinated students as they flip burgers, but there are others who daren’t take such actions. They are unable to focus on normal life, let alone take effective action because they are terrified, right now — every hour of every day. And justly. And “our” government ignores their plight. And the police abet the Sharia-enforcing terrorists. These vulnerable people are the apostates of Islam for whom the Sharia lays down the death sentence for their heinous offence — even in Bradford.

However, a few, a special few are forged in the heat, steeled to turn and face the encroaching inferno. Driven so hard, year after year, something alters inside and they find they have morphed into a different kind of person. Such people, seared by the intensity of what they have faced, by the disappointment at the failures of those supposed to be aiding them, they develop a cold fury and complete — and realistic — contempt for the system, for the Janus-faced politicians and for their gutless salaried and pension-hugging lieutenants. Such people can only be stopped in one way — and even that holds no fear for them. Better to have faced down the cowards and the fools than to have bent the knee and surrendered.

Bradford has produced such a son. Nissar Hussain has told his story in a talk videoed at a UKIP branch meeting in Barrow (Google — A talk by Nissar Hussain). His story is compelling and the failures of the state and other organs are too long to list here. He is now writing a book on his experience as a convert from Islam and the Muslim community’s reaction to his apostasy — and it is not of the multi-culti, hug-fest type of experience the Anglican hierarchy would have you believe it would be.

It begs the question: what happens to such brave individuals when the Muslim population grows to dominate whole swathes of the country with no real push-back from the authorities? If what he and his family face today is any indication, the religion must reform its laws on apostasy or the native population will have to decide when to take back real — not the chimera of — control of our streets. Without this, the Nissars of this world will face annihilation.

As we all know in UKIP, Gerard Batten is up to the job and ready to face off the apostate-genocidists, and because of this he is vilified by all the lecturing right-on folk out there. Even Nigel Farage, the great man of Brexit now playing to packed venues as a pastiche of himself, regaling the paying public with his old jokes and music hall face twists, is critical of the turn UKIP is taking. But if the people voted to get control of our laws, then surely ensuring the Sharia supporters are dealt a terminal legal blow with regards to their uber-hatred of apostates is emblematic of that cause.

The worst crime in Islam is to leave the religion, and to do so is deserving of death. Surely it is time to inform all the supporters of such a disgraceful verdict that their citizenship is being revoked or they agree to reform the medieval and barbaric code. If not, why not bring back breaking on the wheel, or quartering?

Nissar’s story clearly demonstrates how matters are spinning out of control, with his fate being such that his only option was for the Police to escort him out of his home and send him on his way to a non-Muslim area. Is that it? Are parts of our country now so ungovernable that a man cannot choose his faith and be assured of a normal life in the community into which he was born? Yes, that is the case. And that, simply put, is the case for affirming that our state has failed and stern and resolute action is now called for.

The followers of the Sharia, the Muslim community, all need to understand that the Sharia will never be enforced in this country. Governments that now fail to make this clear will be judged as a criminal cohort in league with the apostate genocidists.

May and her crew need to understand that Article 3 of the 1948 Genocide Convention maintains that governments which allow “incitement” to kill apostates (i.e. as called for by all Islamic law schools — Sunni and Shia), and inaction on their part in dealing with the threat (i.e. as evidenced by the life of Nissar and his fellow apostates across the UK), are complicit in genocide.

It is now time for our government to address the threat to our freedom from the Sharia and to the lives of apostates, or to know that they will face the consequences when they sit in the court — and I do not mean of public opinion.

10 thoughts on “Terrified by Islam — Its Apostates (ex-Muslims)


    Every year the University of Groningen presents a free, six week, English language, online course called Religion and Conflict (it has a section about ISIS). This year’s starts on 8th Oct.

    It provides a fascinating glimpse into the mindset of academics who look everywhere but in the obvious place for the roots of religious conflict. They find them in all of these:

    “State-formation, state-failure, the end of the cold war, the decline of secularism, globalisation, the need to reduce ambiguity, uncertainty and insecurity, Western-backed dictatorships, injustice, unemployment, teenage rebellion, alienation, identity problems, existential anxiety, ontological insecurity, othering and collective memories”

    but as far as the scriptures of particular religions are concerned:

    “…there is no causal relation between the contents of authoritative religious texts on the one hand and specific religious views and practices of adherents to a specific religious tradition on the other. Actors choose from a rich body of transmitted texts those that most adequately answer their existential questions and provide them with concrete scripts for action.”

    It is also an opportunity to engage with the Guardian reader types who seem to make up the majority of attendees of FutureLearn courses:


  2. The only good apostate is a dead apostate.

    I am fairly certain that it says so in their Holy ‘book of instructions’!

  3. That photo of the wide mouthed Moslems pointing fanatically to their fake “Holy” book is an icon for me of the idiocy we face from this 7th Century heresy- and the ultimate heresy it is. The MHMD is an acronym in Greek for “The servant and praiser of God (not Allah).”

    It refers to Jesus Christ. Like much in fake Islam it was stolen and transmuted to found this vile cult. It is especially offensive to ordained persons like myself.

    A few weeks ago, I was reported to the Police for a “hate incident” after a former friend of mine and convert to Islam tried to convert me to his ‘faith’. He knows I am a Bishop and I simply told him to stop his conversion attempt. I will admit I told him in no uncertain terms. Perhaps the shock of my anger upset him….

    I received a visit from the finest for a possible “hate crime”, later reduced to a “hate incident”, after I told the investigating persons that my refusal to covert to Islam is none of the “Bl****business of the Police!”

    This is where we are now in UK- Refusal to convert-“revert” is treated as a possible, “hate crime”. In other words, my most personal deeply held beliefs are now the subject of investigation.

    This is the second “run in” I have had with local Police. Four years ago I was threatened with arrest by an obviously queer- aggressive too- individual for refusing to officiate a same sex marriage. That scared the hell out of me and only the direct intervention of my local beat cop- at the time an acquaintance- stopped my being carried in handcuffs to a night in the cells and ‘taking the matter further’ as my persecutor threatened. I was insulted and harassed in my own front sitting room.

    In that case I did receive an apology and a visit on the Monday of that weekend from a highly embarrassed local community team led by my pal above, who left the force a month of so later, stating he had enough of this type of “social policing” as he called it. “I joined the force years ago to make a difference and serve the community, not enforce and sanction permitted thought on the innocent!” I used to help his son with Roman history. The Force lost a good and dedicated officer.

    Thank God the law changed a few days afterwards forbidding clergy from being forced or performing same-sex marriage ceremonies. A close run thing. I showed the officer Canon law that forbade any ordained person from such an illegal act and blasphemy. It did little to help my position and was told I “Should be careful of my attitude in future!”

    Yet now it seems I have been potentially criminalised for simply refusing to convert to Mohammedism. A few years ago the local Moslems where I am, attempted to takeover an active Catholic Church. It took my fellow Bishop and myself and support from local UKIP and an angry Parish to thwart this brazen attempt. That too sent shock-waves through our little community. The village has been a bedrock of Catholicism since the 1920’s. Even today the congregation is 400 strong.

    A few weeks after our narrow victory, the Police stated that “Although they could not decide who should buy the Church- a listed building- they would investigate the local Congregation for possible hate crimes- (as in Islamophobia)!” Only my own intervention and the threat of taking this to the higher Church authorities silenced these threats.

    Interestingly, the local GP NHS firm was threatened with closure after years of good service to the village. Again it was only a campaign by my own people and other locals that saved the surgery. I did some investigative digging and discovered a possible conspiracy to take the village over. My own GP suspected links withe the aggressive Moslem group after the Church.

    A village nearby found its local Church bought up by a shia sect, and that story appeared in Gates of Vienna a few years ago too, around 2014 if I recall. I commented on that too.

    The local GP Surgery is safe for now as is the Church but it is a constant worry. I am informed that communities are being selected and targeted for takeover by such methods by well organised Islamic groups across UK.

    One case involved a parish in North London. We must be on our guard against this type of aggressive Islamisation. A Mosque in such a small parish would have destroyed it. I have seen the same in Rutland too but in that case the local landowner, whose ancestral family owns the land upon which the town sits, aggressively told the local authority that he would not allow a well-known historical site to be erased by the deliberate importation and imposition of a culture inimical to the town’s rich Christian heritage. Feudalism still has its uses it seems.

    • A letter well worth reading several times. I wonder how in the world Muslims, or anyone else, could take over an active church if it was financially stable and not for sale.

      It’s hard, being from the US, to get my head around the notion of being investigated because you refused to convert, or possibly because you yelled at your former friend, without touching him.

      I know that Muslims can be extremely persistent, underhanded, and sophisticated in their jihad, but I don’t understand how a church can be sold under the table as it were, without the assent of its board of directors, unless the church was in debt.

  4. It’s an interesting time for UKIP under Gerard Batten. A couple of years ago after the BREXIT vote, the party seemed to have lost it’s purpose and was floundering. Batten seems to have recognized that the Centre-Right/ Nationalist political territory was unclaimed. The Conservatives, who are today are barely “Centre-Right” had abandoned this segment of the electorate completely, leaving a nice opening for UKIP.
    Farage, charismatic, as he is, never had the backbone to confront Islamization in the UK. He would voice his concerns about Islam on US television, but not at home.

  5. There is NONE so blind…………………………………………………………..

  6. I pity the British subjects. The royal family still rules supreme. When their lower caste rubes recently became unruly, there was no slaughterhouse war to send the men. Instead, they flooded the country with orks. One day our cousins in the UK will come to their senses, as we long ago did, and become a constitutional republic.

    • I pity the British subjects. The royal family still rules supreme.

      They don’t rule much of anything. Rather they are kept as pets, a kind of living history diorama. In addition to circuses, the govt also supplies bread. But not knives. Not anymore.

  7. I had a very interesting conversation with a Muslim the other day. It began when I got one of those phone calls purporting to be from the IRS, a total scam. I was bored so I called the number they left and played dumb just for the sake of entertainment and to waste their time. I got hung up on the first two times, but like I said, I was bored. So I called again.

    I ended up speaking for about 40 minutes with a 21 year old Muslim fellow named Ali Muhammad. He was in New Delhi. I shamed him a bit for working for scammers but he was actually a guy with a future. He said it was the only job he could find and he was not proud of it. He also said he was in school and working toward becoming an accountant.

    He told me his native language was Hindi though his English was quite good. He also told me that his family became Muslim when his grandmother married his grandfather and converted. He said he does not go to mosque, he was unaware of the Muslim punishment of death for apostasy. And what I found surprising too was that he was totally unaware of the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center. In fact he didn’t even to seem to understand what Jihad is.

    I urged him to consider returning to the Hindu religion of his ancestors but I don’t expect he will. All in all it was a very interesting conversation.

  8. One Gutmenschen wants to help Moslems, the other wants to help apostates. Such ideas unlikely to be beneficial to Englishmen. Just deport all foreigners.

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