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.