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Aaron Alexis, Washington Shooter is a Buddhist, Not a Terrorist

Aaron Alexis Buddhist Terrorist

The Washington shooter was a Buddhist

Has he been described as a terrorist or is he simply the wrong religion?

All Buddhists should come out and apologise for the shootings, there’s an urgent need for Buddhist leaders to stand up against the rampant extremism running in their communities in America and in Myanmar/Burma.

From a hidden bunker in the mountains of Nepal, the Dalai Lama is the spiritual head of a secret terror network that ordered the Washington shooter to carry out his deadly mission.

Sounds ridiculous right?

But this is the exact type of propaganda you hear on the news everytime a Muslim has anything to do with an act of terrorism.

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What exactly is Jihad for a British Muslim in these corrupt times?

In his return to writing, The Akh ponders over what Jihad means for Muslims such as himself living in Britain, the “disease” we all have and do we need to re-contextualise the struggle?

So……here I am…..I knew I would be……I took the last few months to totally switch off, I popped the blue pill, no news, no media, no twitter (what a shock!), just me, my thoughts and my people. It’s been a while since I last wrote & 2013 has so far been a year that I’d rather consign to the rubbish dump of history.

Lately I’ve begun to develop “the itch”, to get writing again as a first step….to get the head into akhtivism mode again?….. maybe.

I was determined not to see what goes on in the world around me and short of finding a deserted island (which I almost did) and cutting yourself off from the so called humane world we live in, it’s proved nigh on impossible. It’s what my Oxford professor labelled as “The Disease”, the disease being that once your eyes have been opened and conscience awakened, it’s no longer possible to switch it off……yeah ignorance is bliss, but there’s always something there, nagging at you, the  moral conscience – the adherence to the unwritten laws and guiding principles we all have.

It’s the moral imperative – that when you’re presented with the cold hard facts of life – what do you choose to do with them?

To paraphrase Wilberforce, you can choose to look the other way, but you can never say that you didn’t know.

The world is getting increasingly more sad & shocking.

Take a step back and look for yourself.

While I was on my sabbatical, I and many of you would have noticed in these past recent months how corrupt life is, right here in the UK. Sure we like to point to the banana republics & the tin pot dictatorships the world over and laugh at them and give ourselves a big congratulatory pat on the backs on how high and mighty we are.

We are the beacons, the shining light that the savages of the world must inspire to.

Still believe it’s our freedoms and democracies that they hate?

Virtually every institution has been implicated and charged with stupefying levels of corruption. You thought it was limited to the the financial sector?

It’s our political classes, our religious institutions, the NHS, the BBC, the sporting world & the mega stars that you and our children idolise – they’re all guilty of cover ups or turning a blind eye because they stood to gain from the malfeasance they committed and continue to get away with by simply claiming it was a different culture “back then”…….everybody did it and if everybody is guilty that means none of us is guilty.

We live in an era that proves that any dissenting opinion or the activities of any whistle blowers will have you labelled as a terrorist and hunted down.  There is no transparency and there is no accountability, these are purely words, constructs, created by those in power to give us the illusion that we actually have a say in how the world is run.

We as a country cannot be forgiven for becoming desensitised to discover that the very people in whom we put our trust to act honourably, even to protect us, are in the end only protecting themselves.

Perhaps the most indulged phrase which emerges from such wanton acts of criminality is the need for greater transparency today so that what happened in the past can’t happen now.

We, the public are left to imagine a state of greater openness but exactly what have been the changes in the people and the management of so many of these institutions to give us greater hope that things are different now?

Have people become less hateful, less racist? less bigoted? less Islamophobic? and any less selfish?

Our trigger happy government loves to put into place all kinds of legislation, yet legislation cannot transform cultures and mindsets – for that to happen all of us as individuals need to examine our actions and attitudes and judge whether we are living lives of self interest, with little accountability to anyone beyond ourselves or lives where we know that what we say or do matters, that when we try to live with some moral integrity, aware that in many ways we are all connected and maybe, just maybe something within society will shift a little for the better.

There are many people in this country who want to see us, the three million Muslim minority, not to take too much of a “militant stance”, which simply translates as an uncompromising stance. These special interest groups are absolutely against the successful regrouping or organising of any Muslims in the political sphere (termed as Islamists) who’s thinking is international (Ummah conscious) and no longer localised.

The message to all Muslims is this, give up your God given rights, give up your rights enshrined within the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights to self determination and self defence, put down the AK47 Mr. Jihadi, give up the RPG brother insurgent, give up the struggle and enter the political arena.

Maybe it’s time to give up the contractually obliged religious mentality?

To inculcate legitimacy for their nefarious schemes, they will demonise us, the vociferous and dissenting opposition, with the Islamist or terrorist tag….that’s politics….You’ll go from being a Jihadi to an Islamist in one quick swoop…..yeah we’re damned either way

Islamist is an acceptable term, Jewist isn’t, Christianist isn’t…..let me know when you work out why that is?

Did you think they would roll over and let you eat from the table?

No….we’re fed like dogs with crumbs from the masters table

Once you reach the same conclusion that I have, that signing petitions and protesting do not work, then what do you do next?

How do we reconcile our Islamic principles, of Jihad, to struggle for truth and justice within the constraints in modern day Britain?

Do we lobby? do we write? do we organise? do we teach others? do we learn? do we blog? do we blow ourselves up?

There is no nation, there is no state, there are criminal syndicates who claim to be your government and then there is you

Life isn’t going to get any easier, you just have to get stronger and I’ll assure you of one thing, if you think I’m going to change, or compromise my attitudes, my way of life or in my expression or my goals….you’re wrong.

If you read this message then you are the resistance, and you have to continue to resist, to revolt and to rise and always speak truth to power.

Akh

1 Dhul-Qi’dah, 1434

Friday 6 September 2013

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Many thanks for all your messages over the last few months, they were greatly appreciated & I’ll be back on the twitter game, where you can contact me @HotterThanCurry

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UKIP & The Future for British Politics

Nigel Farage UKIP Loves Israel

The Lib Dems win, with a much reduced majority UKIP come second in the Eastleigh by-election.

What does it all mean?

Grant Shapps “rare for governing party to capture a seat” Conservatives to become even more Eurosceptic, anti-immigrant, anti-gay like UKIP.

John Denham “People were concerned about migration” Labour must to copy UKIP policies.

UKIP have policies the right wing tories want but can’t have & Labour have no policies or leadership.

Political parties will try & tap into the centralist agenda which apparently UKIP now have, and it’s too lazy to call it a protest vote.

UKIP taking away votes from the Tories at the next general election?

Maybe, who’s jumping into bed with Nigel Farage?

Dave or Ed?

Odin’s Draupnir indeed

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Abu-Bakr Rauf – Missed But Never Forgotten

I am shocked to learn off the passing of Abu-Bakr Rauf, a friend & fellow soldier in the struggle.

My brother, may Allah SWT grant you Al Firdaus & grant Sabr to your family.

إن لله وإن إليه راجعون

To Allah we belong and to him we return, Oh Allah recompense his affliction and replace it with something better in the Akhira.

I really don’t know what else to say….

I’ll leave you with the fitting tribute paid by Ramazan Saeed of MPACUK which echo’s my sentiments;

There are no words that can fully describe the heartbreak and absolute shock of Abu-bakr Rauf’s passing. Barely 30, he died of a suspected heart attack, outside Mumtaz restaurant in Bradford, while leafleting for George Galloway’s election campaign.

With his impeccable manners and keen intellect, Abu-bakr was a rare specimen, a one of a kind. He came across as undoubtedly humble and had a smile that could truly light up your entire week – he simply was one of the most likeable persons I have ever met. I had the pleasure of working with him in Muslim Public Affairs Committee UK (MPACUK) many a time, and I cannot count the number of times people would finish a conversation with him and turn around to me and say “what a great guy!”.

Even though he has gone and is no longer with us, he has left behind him one clear and simple legacy and I know Abu-bakr would have wanted me to share this with you all. He had a great love and sympathy for all the oppressed in the world, but without a doubt he loved his Palestinian brothers and sisters the most. He passed away leafleting for George Galloway’s Bradford campaign earlier this afternoon, but let me be clear, he did all this leafleting and campaigning not because he owed some allegiance to George or because he had ambitions for politics. He never owed anything to MPAC, PSC, Respect or any of the other countless organisations he worked in.

The only reason he did any of this was because he loved Palestinians, and this was his way of helping. He just wasn’t like many of us in that he could live his life oblivious to the oppression that Muslims and non-Muslims alike were facing all over the world. His cause, his passion was to right these wrongs and there aren’t many who have departed this life whilst doing what they love. Allah is indeed the Master and Judge of us all, but let me tell you this, Abubakr died a Shaheed. He died as he struggled to help the oppressed, he passed away as he strived in Allah’s way – and that is the noblest way to depart this world. His last word was ‘Palestine’.

May Allah bestow upon him every bounty a Muslim of his stature deserves, and may He give us even an iota of the brilliance and faith Abubakr possessed. Our sympathies and prayers are with his family, his wife and his child.

From Him we come and to Him we must all return.

We will always miss you Abubakr.

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Dr. David Halpin “US, UK, Israeli war vultures installed a cuckoo zionist identity”

British anti-war activist Dr. David Halpin said he hopes that British, American and Israeli politicians responsible for war crimes will be held accountable in his lifetime.

Dr. Halpin became prominent when he joined a group of doctors who questioned the official position on the death of the British Defense Ministry weapons scientist David Kelly.

Kelly told a journalist he doubted Iraq had any biological weapons of mass destruction and was later found with his wrists slit, under the most dubious circumstances with police finding no DNA or fingerprints on his own personal possessions.

Norman Baker MP wrote a book titled “The strange death of David Kelly” wherein he made many a revelation that none of the official lines of investigation ever did.

The Attorney General was supposed to study claims that David Kelly was assassinated by intelligence agencies.

Dr. Halpin makes it perfectly clear that it is Israel that calls the shots and it is the UK & US who are fighting on it’s behalf, a position he makes clear in his article “The buzzard, the vulture, and the cuckoo”

“The hidden history of zionism” by Ralph Schoenman is available online to read here.

Chapters 12 & 13 titled “Strategy for conquest” & “Strategy for revolution” make for very interesting reading.

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Peter Oborne – Dispatches: Tabloids & Telephone Hacking

When Rupert Murdoch’s News International can strike fear into the entire political system, rival media & journalists, royal family and the police making them powerless to act because they are afraid of retribution from a powerful private organisation, then something is horribly wrong with modern British democracy.

Wow, fearless investigative journalism is not dead, Peter Oborne went hard against über zionist media overlord Rupert Murdoch. If you didn’t see Dispatches last night, it’s still available to view on Channel 4’s website.

The gist of the investigative documentary centred around the illegal phone hacking carried out at the News of World during the six years Andy Coulson was either Deputy Editor and Editor.

Dispatches produces powerful new evidence that Coulson’s claim that he knew nothing about the phone hacking is false.

It was also established that Coulson’s claims about Clive Goodman, the News of the World royal reporter who was jailed for phone hacking several years ago, were laughably false. Coulson told the House of Commons last year:

‘I am absolutely sure that Clive’s case was a very unfortunate one off case.’

The truth is that thousands of victims were targeted by the News of the World during the period that Coulson was in charge.

Dispatches also looked at the way MPs were fearful of what News International, the owner of News of the World, could do when they tried to investigate the phone hacking in advance of the general election earlier this year. Plaid Cymru Mp Adam Price told Channel Four:

‘I was told by a senior Conservative member of the committee, who I knew was in direct contact with executives at News International that if we went for her [the News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks] they would go for us – effectively that they would delve into our personal lives in order to punish them.’

The committee member in question denies he passed on any message from News International and questions whether they would have been so foolish as to have make any threat of that kind. Another MP, Labour’s Tom Watson, was another who told Dispatches he was threatened by a senior News International Journalist in 2006 although News International deny any knowledge or approval of this conversation.

It is outrageous if MPs feel powerless to act because they are afraid of retribution from a powerful private organisation. But this is not the only troubling issue about modern British democracy raised by this Dispatches programme. A giant question mark surrounds the conduct of the police. As part of their investigation into Goodman they came across evidence showing that there were thousands of other potential victims. Yet not a single one of these cases were investigated. It was this police inertia which allowed NI to make its ludicrous claim that Goodman was some kind of rogue operator.

Was this just laziness?

Or something else?

Trust in British politics has taken a series of hammer blows in recent years, of which the two most devastating have been the lies told about Iraq and the parliamentary expenses scandal. So many hoped that David Cameron would restore a new honesty and decency. In many ways he has: bringing back the cabinet system, restoring civil liberties, rebuilding the integrity of our civil service.

By hiring Andy Coulson David Cameron has sanctioned the News of the World culture of impunity, and that is desperately sad not just for the prime minister but for our public life.

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CIA esclates ops in Pakistan & What’s more important than national borders?

The CIA is expanding it’s covert operations inside Pakistan. Whilst tribal ties—race, ethnicity, and religion—are becoming more important than borders, here’s The Akh with his roundup of the real news over the last couple of days, how many of these registered on your radar?

Conflict & Fault Lines

CIA Escalates in Pakistan

The New World Order – tribal ties – race, ethnicity, and religion more important than borders

No end in sight to Pakistan-NATO supply standoff

Intelligence & Security
Economics
Energy & Natural Resources
Food Security
UK

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