Rats leaving a sinking ship!

Fantastic news that several MPs are leaving the extremist far right organisation Students Rights, run by Douglas Murray, neo-con pimp of Spittoon’s Houriya Ahmed.

Politicians are deserting counter-extremism group Student Rights, the Huffington Post UK can exclusively reveal, following the group’s controversial campus extremism report, as well as links with a right-wing think tank.

One MP has already resigned as an advisor for the organisation, whose recent study was criticised by student leaders as a “witch hunt”, while another is considering following suit.

Tom Brake, Liberal Democrat MP, has left the Student Rights’ board, shortly after resigning from the Henry Jackson Society think tank, which has been criticised by some as being “increasingly intolerant”. The Carshalton and Wallington MP threw the towel in following comments from the HJS’ senior executive Douglas Murray.

Earlier this year, Murray complained London had become a “foreign country”, while in 2006, he said conditions for Muslims should be made “harder”.

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2013/06/06/mps-deserting-student-rights_n_3395180.html?ir=UK+Universities+%26+Education

Thankfully Houriya isnt the only extremist being rightly shunned by the mainstream

Faisal Gazi and Abu Faris haven’t written for the Guardian for four and six years respectively!

 

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2 Responses to Rats leaving a sinking ship!

  1. Here’s another rat leaving a sinking ship and explaining why:

    I went back to Bangladesh in 1991 to see if I could use the skills I’d gained. I got a job at Unicef, gathering data for its programmes. I also tried to set up an e-commerce website for a publishing company, but became disillusioned by the business culture, which is quite risk-averse.

    In 1999, I arrived back in the UK with £40. I’ve now built a successful business as a freelance IT consultant, with clients such as Visa and Penguin. I couldn’t use the skills I’ve gained in Bangladesh.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/features/3636123/Immigration-migrants-in-their-own-words.html

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  2. Nod Really Myname says:

    Brilliant post and Fabulous site! What a demonstration of literary talent and intellect.
    Keep exposing those free speech hypocrites and apologists for neo-cons at the Spittoon.

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