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16 February 2014

11:54 AM

16 February 2014

11:54 AM

I don’t suppose these petitions do much good, but they may make us all feel a little better about ourselves. Muhammad Asghar is a lunatic living in Pakistan, thus scoring about as low as it’s possible to get on life’s first two throws of the dice. He is a paranoid schizophrenic and recently proclaimed himself to be the messiah, the Prophet Mohammed. Really bad move, Mo. He has subsequently been convicted of blasphemy in that ghastly, benighted country and thus now faces the death sentence. Such is the response of the Religion of Peace © to mental illness.

Mo was apparently born in Edinburgh, which makes him a British citizen, I should guess. You can add your name to the rest here.

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  • Roisin

    Many of the comments here are truly vile and hateful. Not what I expected from Speccie readers. Interesting.

  • Coleridge1

    Pakistan is a racist apartheid state that has no right to exist. Boycott, Divest and Sanction this terrorist fascist state. Why has David Cameron committed the UK to donating £750 million to subsidize this primitive savage state it’s ‘education’ system?
    Pakistani settlers in the UK who support apartheid Pakistan should be deported back to their homeland.

  • Agrippina

    He was born in Pakistan and came here aged 15. He married and has 5kids, they all live here. In 2010 he was diagnosed as a paranoid schizo, and detained under the Mental Health Act for a period of one month. Shortly afterwards he moved to Pakistan with his wife and the rest you know.

    So his family did not really understand his condition. He is involved in a property dispute with a tenant at the building he owns in Pak. So said tenant has paid some cops to have him detained. Like I said before, pay a larger bribe and he will be released.

  • mrsjosephinehydehartley

    But if nobody believes him anyway, what’s the point in going through all those court type scenes to sentence him to death?

  • Cornelius Bonkers

    Yo Rod, well, I’ve consulted the petition and fair play, the free speech angle seems to be a slam dunk.
    But, I’m still a bit troubled by how anyone of a medical persuasion has managed to tell the difference between a paranoid-schizophrenic and a Muslim. Can anyone advise?

    • Catsmeat Potter Pirbright

      You’re a brave one, Bonkers. Unfortunately, you don’t have to be mad to hold the mad, mad views that so many humans hold — and always have done.

      • Cornelius Bonkers

        CPP, I hear you. But surely such extreme views as those held by Muslims are exactly that – instances of reason sleeping – and thereby mutually exclusive, tautological even…
        Regards

  • Terry Field

    Parkeeland is loooneyland

  • Cyril Sneer

    I quite frankly don’t care for the fate of a pretend Brit, I only care for real Brits.

    • Jackthesmilingblack

      You mean those that eat bacon and egg for breakfast.
      Support a football team.
      Make at least one spelling error per sentence …

    • Bonkim

      Are you one Cyril or masquerading as one?

  • Jackthesmilingblack

    The Spectator; the spiritual home of the racist bigot.
    When I post from an “exotic” location, I notice I get an even more negative responses from those risk averse losers that so hate to be up-staged. I put it down to Britain being a nation of racist bullies, who when cornered in a lie, will come out with, “Can’t you take a joke?”
    So make up your tiny minds, am I or am I not Japanese in your less than humble opinion?
    Not that your opinion humble or otherwise matters in the overall scheme of things, because you’re just a bunch of childish assholes that compromise Britain’s international standing. So keep up the “good” work. And enjoy that multicultural $ister $hagging third world hellhole your lack of involvement in politics has created.
    Jack, Annapurna VI

    • Bonkim

      nobody notices or cares

      • Catsmeat Potter Pirbright

        I think the other Jack — Igonikon Jack or Igoonandon Jack as he is sometimes called, is more fun. Which is really saying something.

    • Raw England

      I assume you’re actually native British, and that you despise multiculturalism and immigration, and what its done to the country. You also despise the majority of British because they’ve stopped voting, and are thus no longer influencing this repulsive joke of a ‘democracy’, whilst the minority who do vote are mainly gormless Leftist filth, and immigrants, resulting in us getting the same rancid, Leftist, capitalist, immigrant parties.

      Am I correct?

  • Jackthesmilingblack

    Test

  • edlancey

    I have considerably more sympathy for the other British citizen, Masud Ahmad, who is an Ahmadi and was tricked into reading a passage from the Koran by a business rival.

  • edlancey

    “Mo was apparently born in Edinburgh,”

    He’s 68 – the chances of him being born in Edinburgh in 1946 are zero.

  • zakisbak

    Ethnicity trumps nationality.
    Many,many ethnics consider,and refer to,their place of origin as home.
    It is where their hearts,loyalties and concerns lie.

    England has become a transit camp for third world wanderers.

    • Bonkim

      Rubbish – you have no idea of human behaviour or the history of Britain and its people.

  • Bonkim

    Pakistan is a lawless land – this chap knew or should have been advised of local laws and sensitivities before going there.

    Whilst it is a tragic injustice, Pakistan abounds in such injustices – the law of blasphemy and related death sentence affects many in Pakistan. Don’t judge Pakistan by our standards of justice. It is Middle-ages Islam.

    If he is a British Citizen, one assumes the Embassy there would help as far as is practical, but if he has dual nationality – he is cooked.

    • rodliddle

      He’s a LUNATIC.

      • Marie Louise Noonan

        ‘He’s a LUNATIC.’

        Is that his official diagnosis?

      • Bonkim

        In Bedlam Lunatics kill other lunatics. His misfortune landing there.

        Mobs have killed tens there for nothing.

        • Baron

          Bonkim, that’s the difference between us, in our culture every life matters.

          We may not have benn able to do much about the tens killed by the mob, we are able to at least do abt to save the loony by spending a minute signing the petition.

          Think about his parents, if you were them, would it not warm your heart to know that someone cares about the fate of your kid who’s ill rather than guilty?

          • Bonkim

            Living in dreamland – Petitions in Pakistan? How ridiculous?The only argument the Pakistanis listen is that of gun fire and explosions.

          • allymax bruce

            This has been a fascinating discussion, Baron, to read yours, and the contentions, comments. And I concur with the general ‘thread’ of the debate; what is it that makes ‘Britishers’ ‘British’? Is it culture, Law, ethnicity, or the moral prerogative of what ‘Britain’ stands for in the World of cultures etc? I think I like your argument most, Baron, but I can see where the contentions have credit. I suppose it’s all down to both are right, but to differing degrees of right; with yours being more right; IMHO.

            • Baron

              Thanks for your backing, my blogging friend, support from a courageous, open minded and straight talking Scot is always appreciated.

              Baron reckons the willingness to sign the petition would have been greater had it not been for the decades of the idiotic rainbow policies, PC and stuff. Many tolerant, compassionate, benevolent burghers are by now so fed up with it they tend to chuck everyone who even smells of Islam into the basked marked ‘undesirables’.

          • Catsmeat Potter Pirbright

            Not much of a life for him, is it? I think I would wish I’d never been born.

      • Jackthesmilingblack

        He’d fit right in on these pages.

  • ADW

    Well I lost my rag a bit on these blogs recently taking issue with religious nonsense in general and with the rhetorical nonsense that is the phrase “aggressive atheists”. Really I ought to lose my rag much worse over this preposterous act by one of the world’s worst states. Being hungover I will just say that (I) I am glad to live in a country where the same thing will not happen but (ii) I am sad that there are those who basically deny citizenship on the ground of race. Been reading a couple of books on Enoch Powell recently – he would never have gone that far (sorry would not have mentioned his name ordinarily as off topic).

    • Colonel Mustard

      Yes, you “lost your rag” and became aggressive in attacking me for daring to use the term already widely established of “aggressive atheism”.

      Ergo you demonstrated that you are an aggressive, bullying atheist, so suck it up.

      http://atheism.about.com/od/liberationatheology/a/PassiveAggressiveAtheism.htm

      • ADW

        Don’t be pathetic. I was not “aggressive” – aggressive is threatening physical harm to people because they have somehow offended you by naming a teddy bear or writing a novel. Ridiculing the ridiculous is not really deserving of the epithet “aggressive”.

        It’s not a difficult point.

        • Colonel Mustard

          You are wrong. Being aggressive is not just threatening physical harm.

          “Aggression, in its broadest sense, is behaviour, or a disposition, that is forceful, hostile or attacking. It may occur either in retaliation or without provocation. Aggression can take a variety of forms and can be physical or be communicated verbally or non-verbally.”

          It is not the ridicule. It was the whole manner in which you confronted my personal comment (which I was entitled to make) and went out of your way to expand your diatribe to attack positions I had not even taken. You were the archetypal loudmouth crossing the street to have an argument.

          You suggested that “aggressive atheism” did not exist, even though you had just demonstrated it. And when I pointed you to the evidence for its establishment as a recognised term you ridiculed that – aggressively again.

          The problem with aggressive atheists like you is that you want to vent your verbal aggression against religion – or anyone you think might not conform to your view of religion – but you cry foul when others reciprocate. Tough.

      • ADW

        It is this sort of thing I object to http://www.examiner.com/article/tony-blair-groups-atheists-with-violent-religious-extremists-georgetown-speech

        The likes of Blair who try to pretend that “aggressive” secularists are of a piece with religious fundamentalism. You have disowned that position yourself, so fair enough, but it is still peddled by the likes of Blair, and that is what I (quite justifiably) attacked.

        • Colonel Mustard

          No you didn’t. You attacked me for using the term and suggested that it did not exist. It does. The question of how extreme is “aggressive atheism” is like how long is a piece of string.

          You also jumped to the conclusion that I was a “religious nutter” and by that means attempted to invalidate my right to hold a view and express it.

          • ADW

            I did not call you a religious nutter, I objected to the use of “aggressive” when in the grand scheme of things anything proffered by atheists is pretty mild stuff indeed.

            And I have no problem with arguments being made to me and don’t cry foul. Quite the opposite – I complained about my arguments _not_ being engaged with.

            Anyway I’ve actually agreed with you on another post involving genuine religious nutters (those who locked the unfortunate mentally ill chap up) and real aggression – the use of the criminal law to punish someone who had done nothing wrong. I hope you agree my so-called “aggression” is not of a piece with all that.

    • Bonkim

      Enoch was a highly intelligent politician and his predictions are not that off the mark.

  • Rocksy

    If he believes he’s Mohammed, doesn’t that mean he believes in stoning?

    • crosscop

      If he believes he’s Mohammad he believes not only in stoning, but also that crucifixion and mutilation are reasonable punishments for opposing Islam, that gays should be killed, that apostates and blasphemers should be killed, that men in their 50s should be able to marry little girls, that people who do not believe he is the Messenger of Allah should be converted, subjugated or killed and that non-believers are haram, like pigs, excrement and dog saliva and that it is necessary to wash after having come into contact with them.
      Why would we want someone with these beliefs brought back to Britain?

      • rodliddle

        again, he’s a LUNATIC.

        • crosscop

          Yes, Rod. That’s what I’m getting at – the founder of Islam was a bloody LUNATIC. Islam itself is LUNACY and we don’t need more LUNACY in Britain – we have enough bloody LUNATICS of our own.

  • Jackthesmilingblack

    “He may have been born in Britain and hold a British passport, but he’s not really British.”
    Listen to yourselves.
    I’m frequently told I’m not really British because I reside in Japan of my own volition. One particular lunatic has told me I’m Japanese, and repeated the lie over 100 times. For more details, check the Rochdale telephone directory, available on line. “We know where you live, Jock.”
    Jack, Japan Alps
    And now a deranged word from the resident cyber stalker

  • Jackthesmilingblack

    Painfully apparent that racism, xenophobia and bigotry are alive and well in Britain.

    • Hexhamgeezer

      ……..and in Japan…

      • Jackthesmilingblack

        You don’t establish your own innocence by pointing out the alleged guilt of others.

        • Hexhamgeezer

          indeed

    • zakisbak

      Objecting to,and resisting mass immigration,mass importation of barbarism,multi culturalism,and the rapid erosion of a long established and wonderful culture is not,of course,the R,X,or B word.
      Patronization of savagery is however.

    • Lungfish66

      You’re always suffering an attack of the vapors, perhaps you really are turning Japanese

      • Hexhamgeezer

        ……I really think so…….

      • Baron

        Lupus, so what is it that made you to come out of hibernation, and why Lungfish66, you went through the famous US road or what?

  • victor67

    So Rod Little the great humanitarian is now concerned with the plight of the Mentally ill. Or just another excuse to bash Islam?
    I look forward to his campaigns about the state of mental health services in the UK

    • Baron

      One should be allowed to bash Islam whilst trying to help those who suffer from this religious affliction. Seems not only perfectly logical to the blue veined barbarian, but humane, too.

    • gerontius

      “Or just another excuse to bash Islam?”
      In this case it is a thoroughly deserved bashing.

    • zakisbak

      Allah knows there is plenty in Islam to criticize,sorry,bash.
      One hardly knows where to begin.

      I’m fascinated that you do not appear concerned that a mentally ill person is to be executed because he believes himself to be a prophet.

  • Agrippina

    His family knew he was ill and should have kept him here. They need to pay a bribe to the holding cops and he will be back before his meds start to work. Or ask the local imam to intervene they have plenty of sway in these primitive dumps.

  • saffrin

    Unlucky son, walking around with a name like Muhammad Asghar, you picked your side a long time ago.
    Now, if you were called Bill Brown, I’d be calling out the British Army.

    • Jackthesmilingblack

      What’s in a name, Saffrin? Now would that be an Irish name?

  • Margot

    OMG! Actually, how about this? – why don’t all those peace loving moderate Muslims who we are always hearing about all get together and call themselves Mo as well in support and as some sort of demo. They can say they’re only doing it to help! And of course if Mo and Allah are likely to be upset with the whole farce …well, that says a lot about both of them!! – if there’s still anything that isn’t obvious already!! Pinch me – are we really in 2014!

  • GraveDave

    Who’s to say he’s not the prophet. And it’s hardly going to compromise anyone’s principles to sign the sheet sparing his life. In fact it’s becoming very British to show
    off one’s humanitarian credentials online.

    • Baron

      Quite, GraveDave, and so traditionally British.

      Seconded, too.

    • Jackthesmilingblack

      People who claim to be the son of God are frequently executed in primitive cultures. Ain’t that right, JC?

    • crosscop

      If he really is the “Prophet” then if freed by the Pakistanis, I expect him to be arrested on his return to Britain and charged with mass murder, rape, robbery, torture, vandalism and slave-dealing. The evidence is in the Koran and Hadith.

  • andy_gill

    Sorry, Muslims can’t pick and choose. Either their loyalties are to the UK or to Islam. If he’s poncing around in Pakistan, claiming to be Mohammed he doesn’t really qualify as very British, born here or not.

    • Baron

      Would it surprise you, andy, that Bonar Law, a British PM in 1922-23, was born outside the UK Isles?

      • andy_gill

        It’s not where you are born. It’s where your loyalties lie. If someone is born outside this country, but comes here and contributes, I’m happy to consider him a fellow countryman. The 7/7 bombers were born in the UK, but after what they did to their fellow citizens, I don’t consider them British.

        • Baron

          And the evidence that the loyalties of the condemned man or his parents lie not with this country is what, andy?

          • Rocksy

            The evidence of him currently In Pakistan claiming to be Mohammed.

            • Baron

              Well, Rocky, Baron was in Prague last week, met a couple of British tourists, British through and through, they’ve brought with them a box of Tetley tea bags even though Tesco runs a big, and by all accounts a successful supermarket in the centre of the city that stocks the brand. The couple didn’t claim to be Mohammed, obviously, but you reckon their being out of Britain furnishes a solid evidence of their disloyalty to the country, do you?

              You sure you were facing in the right direction, head and leg wise, when you penned this posting?

              • Rocksy

                Suggest you investigate some reading comprehension classes.

                • Baron

                  Point taken, Rocksy, Baron will do, but wasn’t a part of your point also the fact the schizophrenic resides offshore, even if temporarily?

                • Rocksy

                  No, the point was that the evidence of where his loyalties lie is that he chooses to live in Pakistan as Mohammed. In insaniam veritas.

        • Daniel Maris

          Quite right they were involved in a specific conspiracy to actually destroy the state we live in.

        • Baron

          What about the Cambridge spies, Maclean, Burgess, Philby, Blunt? British or not?

          • Rocksy

            Here we go again. Of course they were British. Yes some Brits are capable of being scum. Does that mean we should be OK with incoming scum?

            • Baron

              No, Rocksy, we shouldn’t be OK with an incoming scum any more than we should be OK branding everyone who’s coming in from whatever place as scum.

              Agreed?

      • Redmond McDonagh

        Under current UK law, citizens of the Irish Republic can do everything that British Citizens can do, including joining the military and police, joining the civil service, voting in all elections and standing for all elective offices, including MP in the House of Commons.
        British Citizenship came into being on 1 Jan 1983. Back when Bonar Law was born in 1858, there was just the single status of “British Subject” for everyone in the Empire.

        • Baron

          Thanks, Redmond, it helps.

    • Gareth Milner

      So by your reckoning, Christians can’t pick and choose, either loyalties lie to the UK or Jesus?

    • Noa

      Of course Rod’s post ignores the possibility that he is actually Mohammed (PBUH), re-incarnated or born anew, to lead a new islamic jihad.
      The existing religious monopolists in Pakistan are hardly going to welcome the competition though.
      That he is automatically assumed to be insane (by the rationalising white liberal left) or blasphemous (by the islamic religious fanatics), simply shows that belief in God is dead in the West and fearfully alive in the East.

      • Blazenka Hudson-trograncic

        Being a paranoid schizophrenic and being Mo are not mutually exclusive, sorry.

        • Noa

          No need to apologise, I didn’t say they were.

    • Perpetually Astonished

      The poor man is a paranoid schizophrenic. He is severely mentally ill, and would be in whatever country he was resident. I am afraid it is senseless, or a least a misunderstanding of what this condition does to people, to suppose we can identify “loyalties”. These are, if they are to mean anything, the result of reflection and habituation, a locus point for a coherent self. I’m afraid Mr Asghar lacks this, and is to be pitied. Indifference to the natural and intentional evils that are inflicting him is at the very least cold-hearted and quite likely shameful. I only hope such an illness does not befall you, but if it should I hope you would find a measure of compassion by those around you.

  • In2minds

    Actually it’s not unusual for people born in Scotland to think they are the
    messiah, Alex Salmond does too.

    • RobertC

      You have forgotten Tony Blair, or at least forgotten to add him to the list.

      • In2minds

        Ah yes, you are right, a long list is it not?

      • RobertC

        And didn’t that Scottish bloke Brown ‘save the world’?

    • Rocksy

      We can’t possibly be the Messiah. Look who His Father gave us for neighbours.

  • Shazza

    Let what happens in Pakistan stay in Pakistan. Same with Syria, Iran, Iraq and any other place that the RoP dominates.

    • Baron

      Shazza, you may well disagree this man, his parents should be British, but the thing is they are, must have been naturalised, allowed to the country by MPs voted for by the unwashed, men and women who are almost all as white and as British with pedigrees stretching to the Norman times or further back as you.

      If you feel that strongly about it you should bark at them, ensure they are replaced by other men and women who will either tweak or scrap the laws that allowed Asghar’s parents to settle here.

      • Shazza

        The point I was trying to make is that our interference in islamic countries has not ameliorated the position of their citizens specifically that of women; in many cases it has hardened their attitude to our secular Western values. It is time for us to distance ourselves from these savage cultures and concentrate on rebuilding our own broken societies. When these countries decide to stop living in the 7th century and join us in the 21st, we will welcome them. Until then, let them sort out their own problems.

        • Baron

          Not that long ago, Shazza, these people, living in not dissimilar societies to today’s, were on our side.

          A third of our Indian Army when Victoria ruled were Muslims. When troubles flared up further east, the Sikhs refused to travel on water, the Muslim worriers boarded the ships, travel to the trouble spots, killed other Muslims on our behalf.

          Over 300,00 thousands Muslims fought with us in WW1, tens of thousands in WW2, some so well they got the Victoria Cross, other trinkets. Just have a look here

          http://emel.com/article?id=65&a_id=1699

          The reasons many of them have turned against us are many, but they all are the faults of ours, not theirs.

          • Shazza

            You raise valid points. However, we are now in the 21st century and not the 19th. We have to deal with our problems now. France, Germany, etc. were once our enemies and are now allies. Times change and regardless of past history, not denying that we should and must learn from past experience, we have to protect our very fragile civilisation from barbarism.

            • Redmond McDonagh

              to quote Lord Palmerston:
              “We have no eternal allies, and we have no perpetual enemies. Our
              interests are eternal and perpetual, and those interests it is our duty
              to follow.”

          • crosscop

            “the Muslim worriers…”
            What were they worried about – that someone might draw a cartoon of Mohammad?

            • Baron

              Well spotted, crosscop, and witty into the bargain, but it has been corrected now, sorry. That’s what you get if you let the poorly educated Slav to exercise the freedom of expression. ‘Get back to where you’ve come from’, wouldn’t you say?

              • crosscop

                ‘Get back to where you’ve come from’
                No, that doesn’t sound right at all. “Get back to where you once belonged” is how the song goes.

  • wycombewanderer

    I don’t think the word of an infidel is given much weight in Islam much like a female rape victim.

    Maybe his mental illness is because his mother is also ,his sister!

    • GraveDave

      Ho-ho!

    • Jackthesmilingblack

      So you’re from High Wycome? A good place to be from; a long way from.
      Any evidence for your scurrilous suggestion, supported as it is by 11 like minded bigots?

      • wycombewanderer

        I had the misfortune of having to stay in High Wycombe for a few months a dreadful place full of inbreds from the sub continent.

        There’s plenty of evidence of co-sanguinity in these people causing a huge increase in birth defects in the UK and their home countries.

        Go do some research, google is your friend!

      • zakisbak

        Bigot! is the new Racist! is the new Heretic!

  • Raw England

    No thanks. He’s not British. He’s an immigrant. He’s the type who campaigns to get patriots banned, hurt and arrested while he’s in Britain.

    He’s a foreign Pakistani Muslim in Pakistan. He’s not British, and he’s not Englis, thus it has nothing to do with us.

    • Bert3000

      Not only is he British, but he’s a better person and more credit to Britain than you’ll ever be,

      • saffrin

        Arf, arf. Just because the current political regime in Britain has allowed these people to think they are British doesn’t make them British in the eyes of the British.
        Australia’s, New Zealanders, Canadian’s and White South African’s are more British than the likes of Muhammad Asghar will ever be.

        • Jackthesmilingblack

          So now it’s down to ranking; more British or less British. Fortunately for you saff, insanity is no bar to being British. If it were, you’d be stateless.

          • Baron

            Not only to the point, but also by far the wittiest of all the postings here, Jackthesmilingblack, you should get gold for it.

            Just ease off on the nationality induced paranoia abit, they’ll get you in the end if you don’t.

        • Raw England

          Exactly, Saff. I’m always happy to just state it out loud to Leftists, blacks, Muslims and anyone else: That an absolutely fundamental trait of being British or English, is being White. And it has been thus for at least 12,000 years.

          Really is as simple as that.

      • Raw England

        Firstly, he’s not British. At all. He and other such non-Whites can never be British, because British is a White ethnicity. It has been for at least 12,000 years. Secondly, he, like all other non-Whites, do not, and never will, deserve any claim to our native identity, which has developed over thousands upon thousands of years, and includes the achievements of our people and race over the same amount of time. For a foreign Muslim to even dare to claim that is grotesquely offensive.

        And again, he’s absolutely no credit to Britain, because he’s a Muslim who not only claims huge benefits, but also undermines what’s left of our culture.

        • Henry Male

          And that means he deserves the death penalty, does it?

        • victor67

          Go back to the BNP.

    • Baron

      If he was born here, he himself cannot be an immigrant, but whatever the case he doesn’t deserve to be stoned to death for being paranoid schizophrenic at worst, or at best an eccentric in the best of the English tradition, and for this alone he deserves Baron’s signature.

      Nobody’s asking you to go free the loony, Raw England, just sign a petition to spare his life.

      • saffrin

        Being born here only makes him British on paperwork. With a name like Muhammad Asghar, he’s clearly not British at heart and the fact he’s now in Pakistan means even he knows where he belongs.

        Paranoid schizophrenic or not, he’s a Pakistani paranoid schizophrenic and as such not our problem or concern.
        If you feel sympathy, get your local mosque to cough up the money for his lawyer.

        • Baron

          Get real, saffrin, the blond one who runs London hasn’t always carried the family name Johnson, he’s the great-grandson of Ali Kemal Bey, a devout Muslim. Would you also class the contender to lead the Tories as an alien?

          More to the point, this is a case of medieval savagery versus a belief system anchored in humanity at its contemporary best. Baron has always thought this country stood for the latter.

          • saffrin

            Interesting.

          • Rocksy

            The belief system of Great Britain gets hauled up every time a jihadist, career criminal, child rapist, honour murderer, is put forward for deportation to whichever stone age society he belongs in.
            Since Asghar is living under self imposed repatriation, it’s only proper that we respect his right to do so.

            • Baron

              Rocksy, good point except for this: the guy may not live there for long if he hangs.

              • Rocksy

                The point is that he made a choice.

        • Jackthesmilingblack

          Can’t help feeling the choice of his name was his parents’ responsibility. Clearly logic is not your strength, staff.

          • gerontius

            He could have changed it to something civilised if he had so wished.

        • Blazenka Hudson-trograncic

          Don’t you know it’s the paperwork, even if fake, that matters these days.

    • Tom M

      Quite so. The test for me (Scottish) is can I visualise this person in a kilt. If that image doesn’t work then the person in question has fallen at the first hurdle.

      • Raw England

        Ha! Excellent, my friend. And its good see a Scot who also opposes immigration/multiculturalism etc (very rare).

  • Hexhamgeezer

    Would 1000s of infidel names on a petition actually accelerate his punishment? I wouldn’t put it past those ignorant b0ggers

    • Baron

      Good point, Haxhamgeezer, but who knows, weirder things have happened.

      • Ed LoveNest

        uh-huh

      • gerontius

        Sorry Baron, but not THAT weird.

        • Baron

          Probably not, geronius, probably not, but wouldn’t it be ironic if the religious to$$ers did listen?

          • gerontius

            I agree Baron

    • MaxSceptic

      I’ll happily sign any petition that ensures he never returns to these shores.

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