Now that hate preacher Anjem Choudary has been freed from prison, after serving less than half his sentence, the press has revealed the contents of an interview he gave shortly before he was jailed, in which he talks about Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
The Express reports that Choudary said in an interview:
"On a purely objective perspective, without talking in terms of Islam, I think that for a long time there has been no voice for the oppressed in this country. (...)
"I think he [Corbyn] has tapped into that. If he were to shed some of his more socialist ideas, like not bowing for the Queen, I think he could have a landslide. I disagree with him vehemently ideologically but at least he is honest."
But what Anjem said next is even more interesting:
"In terms of [his support] for Hamas and the PLO [Palestinian Liberation Organisation] and the IRA, I don't think Jeremy Corbyn has sympathy for people that call for Sharia law. I believe he is someone that has always supported the underdog and that is part of his socialist ideology."
I’m sure Corbyn wouldn’t want to publicly support Choudary and his cohorts, but that doesn’t mean Corbyn hasn’t shared platforms with dangerous Sharia-focused activists before...
Anjem Choudary sees that Corbyn is the voice of the "oppressed" in this country. By that, he means the radical voices that hate the UK, hate the West, and hate European people and Christians. Jeremy Corbyn is indeed a voice for these people, and that’s what makes him so terrifying.
It's time that Anjem Choudary is sent back to prison to serve his full sentence, at least. And a lot of you have agreed with me, too, as we found when we launched JailAnjem.com.
But next, I want to get a billboard campaign going in London. I’m looking for a billboard in central London that will remind the politicians that we think Choudary is dangerous, and should be kept off our streets.
If you’d like to help me get this off the ground, please go to JailAnjem.com and support us.