Britain to target radical Muslim preachers after soldier's killing
The British government, facing criticism over the killing of a soldier by suspected Islamists in a London street, is to set up a new group to combat radical Muslim preachers and others whose words could encourage violence.
Prime Minister David Cameron's office said on Sunday the group aimed to fight radicalism in schools and mosques, tighten checks on inflammatory internet material, and disrupt the "poisonous narrative" of hardline clerics.
So what! "Liberalism" the new justice system of British courts will do nothing about them.
Quote; "But the liberal libertarian ( who is in fact a power-worshipper who thinks the state is the embodiment of his own human goodness) wants there to be a 'right' , issued by the state, to private property , to marry, to found a family. He also often speaks of a bizarre thing called a 'right to life' which is mainly an excuse to ban the death penalty for murderers, and certainly doesn't save unborn babies from selfish abortions"
"Many of the rights are contradictory and open to different interpretation. The right to follow a religion, for instance, clashes almost constantly with the right not to be discriminated against, as the recent adoption laws show. The US Supreme Court led the way in imaginative interpretation of documents which are quite clear, somehow using the US Constitution and Bill of Rights to ban the death penalty and legalise abortion - when they were obviously not intended to do either, and were drawn up by men who were both untroubled by lawful execution, and appalled by abortion" (Peter Hitchens 2008)