In an earlier post I outlined the plot being hatched by Glen Jenvey.
Guess what, my suspicions were confirmed with this video:
The MP he keeps referring to is Patrick Mercer MP, head of the counter-terrorism sub-committee, a person to whom Glen Jenvey has given dodgy intelligence to before.
In my original post I questioned HT’s (or whatever label they are masquerading under today – Islam4UK) logic in accepting a stooge like Jenvey into their ranks, if you remember the statement they put out, it went along the lines of we should accept him, what’s past is in the past….more fool you.
The reason for this nefarious act?
To prove (in a forthcoming book) that all Muslims whether they are MPACUK or HT (two groups who are more diametrically opposed in their strategical views and objectives you will not find) are all extremists and should be under the scrutiny of the intelligence agencies (05:30 into the video).
The guys in HT are part of the covert system being used to undermine Islam and Muslims in the UK, that I have no doubt about anymore, their planned “Trafalgar under shariah” march this weekend plays smack bang into the hands of the BNP, EDL and the adherents to the policy of the “Islamification” of Europe.
I’ve taken the liberty of copying and pasting from the excellent barthsnotes blog.
Back in January, it was shown that freelance ”terror expert” Glen Jenvey had been making bogus postings to Muslim web forums which he would then use as evidence of Muslim extremism to generate stories in tabloid newspapers. The initial evidence was discovered by Tim Ireland, and confirmed by an audio recording in which Jenvey admitted to using a particular on-line alias. That audio recording was passed to Tim and me by Dominic Wightman for his own purposes; he told us that it had been made by Charlie Flowers, of a music group known as the Fighting Cocks (I’ve blogged on both these characters here and here).
Tim’s discovery led to reports in the Guardian and Private Eye (in the latter case without acknowledging Tim’s work), and in May doubts about Jenvey were mentioned in passing in a Daily Mail article about anti-Muslim protests in Luton. Jenvey was greatly offended and upset by this Mail piece – he made a video threatening to kill himself outside the newspaper’s offices, and shortly afterwards he announced his conversion to Islam and a new association with the Islamic extremists around Anjem Choudary. His new Islamic identity was remarkably crude, and he railed bitterly against Jews and Israelis. He explained that he had created a story about British Jews being targeted by Muslim extremists in revenge for military action in Gaza (the story which brought him to Tim’s attention) because he wanted British Jews to share the fear felt by Palestinians; this was a somewhat problematic explanation, as this was several months before his conversion to Islam and he was on record as being very pro-Israeli.
And now – not entirely unexpectedly – he’s switched back again. In a video which he posted to Liveleak and then pulled (but which can still be seen in Google cache), he explains that the whole business was an exercise in infiltration, as a result of which he now knows more about Muslim extremists in Wiltshire and Hampshire, the area of the UK in which he lives (although he also met lots of moderates). He also claims he had to undertake this subterfuge because the security services are “clueless” and “institutionally racist”.
He kisses a crucifix, mentions the fact that he is gay, and tells us that during his undercover period he would read the Koran while drinking beer and speak to Omar Bakri on the phone while eating a bacon sandwich and drinking wine. He also says he has been working for “an MP and a diplomat” – presumably a reference to Patrick Mercer MP, who has lately been keen to distance himself from his past association with Jenvey. We’re promised more information when he has written his book.
This is not the first time Jenvey has done this: a few years ago he ran a pro-Jihadi website to generate interest from Islamic extremists, which he then replaced with the message that “Jehad is crap” followed by an attack on the national identity of Palestinians.