#1 Muslims Riot in Dudley over cancelled mega-mosque project05-05-2010, 07:22 AM
Muslims Riot in Dudley over cancelled mega-mosque project
May 3, 2010
By paul collier
Thousands Of Muslims Rioting in Dudley, Muslim Gangs Wilding with Knives as EDL Stages Rooftop Protest of Monster Mosque
“The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets and Muslims our soldiers…” The Prime Minister of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, publicly read an Islamic poem.
Senior EDL leadership informs me that thousands of Muslims have begun rioting in Dudley, and throwing missiles and objects at the protesters — the true face of Islam.
EDL leadership report that in addition to thousands of rioting Muslims, loads of muslim gangs are roaming. The English Defence League has occupied the rooftop of a derelict building in Dudley earmarked for a mammoth new mosque. EDL Members are camped out on the roof of the proposed site of the Dudley monster mosque. The Muslims are throwing objects at the roof protesters, but are unable to reach.
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In England, A Victory for Freedom
By Pamela Geller
In an unprecedented victory for free people everywhere, a monster mosque costing $27 million that had been planned for the English town of Dudley despite overwhelming opposition from the townspeople has been scrapped. 55,000 locals had signed a petition against the mosque, but the dhimmi government went over their heads and said it was going to be built anyway. But in the end, the Muslims and the government didn't get their way.
That this mosque would have gone ahead at all after the petitions shows a contempt for the people that is breathtaking. But now it has been scrapped after a brilliant protest staged by the courageous English patriots of the much-maligned English Defence League.
The EDL on Sunday occupied the rooftop of the abandoned building that had been slated to be turned into the mammoth new mosque. EDL members camped out on the roof of the building. The EDL's website said that the protestors had "food and water to last them weeks, and a PA system to give speeches." They played the Muslim call to prayer over their PA system, to give the locals a taste of what was in store for them.
05-05-2010, 08:06 AM
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05-05-2010, 10:39 AM
BTW, Laura Geller has an eyewitness update from an EDL supporter on the site of the protest:
I just got back from the Dudley demo. Turned up at the march with my brother at around 10pm, totally lost. We couldn't find anyone. Then some lads in two cars asked if we were from the EDL, and they said, "Jump in!" (Cheers to you guys, whoever you are!)
Then a few people turned up and spoke to all of the EDL lot. My bro needed to go home as he had college classes in the morning, so I took him back -- this was at around midnight. I pulled up at Burntree Island and updated the EDL Facebook page, stating that the PA could be heard all the way from there.
At 1AM I headed back up to the Demo, only to find the main road closed. So I parked on the Cinema and again, updated the EDL's FB Page. At one point on the road, a car slammed on the brakes in front of me. The driver said: "You got some f**king nerve coming here, you f**king white honkey c**t". The passenger and his "pals" jumped out the car. One of them grabbed me by my hoodie and asked me where I was going. I said, "Home, I've just come up here to see what the fuss is about and have a nosey." Then one of the Muslims hit me on the back of the head from behind, and they ran off.
When I came to I found myself lying in the gutter aching all over. I got up and ran to where the EDL'ers had originally been, only to find police, riot cops, dogs and plainclothes men blocking the roads. The police refused to let me through, even though they knew I was still a bit dazed. They demanded I walk back the way I came -- past the Muslims who had worked me over. So I did. I got to a crossroads and again, 50+ of the Muslims ran me back to the cops. At that point, the riot police took control and beat the s**t outta 'em (cheers, boys :D), while I sat on the curb waiting to be seen to. I was approached by a cop who escorted me to paramedics, who checked me over and sent me on my way.
Now, I was parked on the cinema, so I had a hefty walk back to the car. I walked towards the main road. When I got to a vauxhall garage, I was ambushed by yet another lot. This time they jumped out of the trees. Thankfully, this time an undercover police car took control. He asked me a few questions, and then he dropped me off at my car and ensured I got away from the march safely.
All in all, though... Pretty hectic and awesome night. See you guys there tomorrow. Roll on Round 3 of my EDL Beatings, eh? lol By Lurch
Last edited by Odysseus; 05-05-2010 at 10:46 AM.
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