Saturday, 24 November 2007


Friday 23rd November 2007

1 Members of the Carlisle branch of the British National Party have been upset by reports of their involvement in a disturbance in Carlisle earlier this year following one of their meetings.
The misunderstanding came out of a reference in court this week, which was made in error, when it should have referred to a meeting held in Carlisle by the National Front. CFM understands the defence barrister involved has apologised to the court for the mistake.
There's was no implication that any of their members were involved in the disturbance.

2 A man has been found guilty of a sexual assault on a 91-year-old woman patient at a Carlisle care home.

53 year old Bulgarian Neyko Neykov of Ruthella Street in the city carried out the assault on the woman at the Blackwell Vale nursing home where he worked as a cleaner. He was remanded in custody for a month for background reports.

The judge told him he would inevitably be sent to prison for such a serious offence, and he could also be deported.


Anonymous said...

More dhimmitude from the Triaxis of Treason here in Carlisle

"A PARLIAMENTARY hopeful wants to learn more about Carlisle’s Islamic community.

John Stevenson, the Conservatives’ prospective candidate for the city, was this week hoping to visit the Brook Street Mosque. He said he wanted to gain a greater understanding of the community and their beliefs as part of Islam Awareness Week.

In a letter to the Shaha Jalal Jamea Mosque, Mr Stevenson wrote: “I appreciate that we do not have a large Islamic population in Carlisle but I am also aware of a general lack of knowledge about the Muslim community. I would therefore like to find out a bit more about you.”

The Islamic Society of Britain initiated Islam Awareness Week in 1994 to challenge misconceptions which, the organisation believes, breeds suspicion, discrimination and violence.

It believes that prejudices about Islam result from age-old myths and fears, often fuelled by political and economic factors and reinforced by the actions of extremists."

"He wanted to gain a greater understanding of the community and their beliefs as part of Islam Awareness Week"

What part of KILL THE UNBELIEVERS WHEREVER YOU FIND THEM does Mr Stevenson not understand?

Anonymous said...

If they nuke Scotland Cumbria will get the fallout. What if they nuke Sellafield?

"Paedo-worshipping vermin planning to nuke Scotland.

Top police officer warns that nuclear attack is inevitable
By Rob Edwards, Environment Editor
Scotland must prepare for ‘absolute terror’

A NUCLEAR attack by terrorists causing widespread panic, chaos and death is inevitable and will happen soon, a senior Scottish police officer has warned.

Ian Dickinson, who leads the police response to chemical, biological and nuclear threats in Scotland, has painted the bleakest picture yet of the dangers the world now faces.

Efforts to prevent terrorist groups from obtaining materials that could be made into radioactive dirty bombs - or even crude nuclear explosives - are bound to fail, he said. And the result will be horror on an unprecedented scale.