Sunday, November 17, 2013

The Murder (SLAUGHTER) Trial of Lee Rigby Starts Tomorrow

Tomorrow, the trial of the islamic dirt-bags Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale starts at the Old Bailey.  If you can be there, please be! Let the islamic "community" know that you will not take it anymore. This will be a candle and Prayer vigil.  Remember, these were so-called "moderates" (a Western construct) that committed this atrocity against a British Patriot on May 22, 2013.

(H/T to Jan England, Division Leader of the Christian Defence League)

Veterans group to protest at the Old Bailey

The British Veterans’ Group (BVG) has organised a veteran’s protest outside the Old Bailey on Monday, 18th November 2013, which is the first day of the trial of the alleged murderers of Drummer Lee Rigby. 
The protest will commence at 9 a.m. 
Leading the veterans protest will be the BVG’s Veterans Officer, Pete Molloy, who has previously served 7 years in the British Army.  
Mr Molloy said “The brutal killing of Drummer Lee Rigby was a cowardly act allegedly committed by two Islamists who have no respect for our armed forces and our country in general.  
It is part of the Islamists agenda to turn Britain into an Islamic state, which the BVG is totally opposed to.
“We in the BVG believe that our politicians that support uncontrolled mass immigration to Britain also have Lee’s blood on their hands and are equally to blame and should be brought before the courts.
“When you join the armed forces you do so knowing that one day you will have to protect your country and your people from enemies both foreign and domestic.  As veterans the BVG will continue to stand up against those enemies to keep Britain British.”
LONDON // Two British Muslim converts go on trial tomorrow charged with the brutal murder of a soldier in broad daylight on a London street.
Lee Rigby, 25, was hacked to death near his barracks in Woolwich, southeast London, on May 22, triggering anti-Muslim demonstrations from right-wing groups and attempted firebombings of mosques.

Drummer Lee Rigby
Michael Adebolajo, 28, and Michael Adebowale, 22, both Britons of Nigerian descent, deny the murder charges.
Mr Adebolajo – who has said he wants to be known in court as Mujaahid Abu Hamza – is also accused of the attempted murder of two police officers and possessing a revolver.

Mr Adebowale, who is listed as Ismail Ibn Abdullah in court documents, is also charged with firearms possession.
Armed police attended the scene of the bloody attack and horrified onlookers filmed the incident and its aftermath on their mobile phones.

But under British law, stringent reporting conditions surround the case until the evidence is presented in court.
The three-week trial will take place at the Old Bailey court in London under tight security, amid fears of a repeat of tensions seen in the days and weeks following the murder.

Two far-right groups – the British National Party and the English Defence League – staged a series of demonstrations and were often confronted by anti-fascist protesters.

Monitoring groups say they recorded a sharp spike in verbal and sometimes physical attacks on Muslims as a result of the Woolwich murder.

A group claiming to be opposed to the “Islamification of the UK” is planning a demonstration outside the court.
Rigby, a drummer in the 2nd Battalion Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, had served a tour of duty in Afghanistan before taking up a post in army recruitment.

Mr Adebolajo’s claim he has been abused in jail. They say he was pushed against a wall while being restrained in the high-security Belmarsh prison in London.

Five prison staff were suspended over the alleged incident in which Mr Adebolajo reportedly lost two teeth. (* Agence France-Presse)

Just out for a walk after an early stack,
Not looking for trouble not watching my back,
Mothers with prams holding hands with their kids,
Not paying attention to the car as it skids,
Caught completely off guard not expecting what comes,
One man with a knife another with guns.

No chance of defence no chance to fight back,
Looking for help as the cowards attack,
An angel arrives as the light turns to grey,
A woman attempts to steer attackers away,
My last thought of ‘Thank You’ never strays from my brain,
As my body shuts down and I feel no more pain.

I look to my left and I look to my right,
Thousands of squaddies are all that’s in sight,
Uniforms are crisp and their faces are clean,
No sign of anger or hate to be seen,
As if by command they salute all as one,
The RSM smiles, says ‘Welcome home son’.

~ Ian Yates

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