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THE LYRICAL TERRORIST

By ATWadmin On November 9th, 2007

I spotted that a Muslim airport worker at Heathrow who wrote poems about beheadings is the first woman to be found guilty under new terror laws. Samina Malik, who liked to call herself a "lyrical terrorist", called for attacks on the West and described "poisoned bullets" capable of killing an entire street in her poetry. The 23-year-old Muslim wrote of her desire to become a martyr and listed her favourite videos as the "beheading ones".

Sentence has not yet been passed but given the mindset of this Jihadist-in-waiting, I think nothing short of life in prison will suffice. We are not safe when Islamists like this are at large, harbouring their Jihad fantasies, and in this particular case, working at a major UK airport. I trust the Judge will show her no clemency – she needs to put away – deportation would be even better.

19 Responses to “THE LYRICAL TERRORIST”

  1. Deport her where? Is she not British?

  2. Quite right. We have got the lunatic for life. Better lock her up in a cell where they show her 24 hour 8 track type Musim beheading movies back to back 24 7. Give her a couple of weeks of that and she will be cured for life, never wanting to see anything stronger than an early Disney movie. Oh I forgot! It infringes her Yuman Rites. Best we let her go with a pat on the wrist and await the fruits of her labors (and loins).She and her progeny will help diversify the UK some more and then we can celebrate it in line with our Lablibcon government’s edicts.

  3. So let me get this straight. This loon can have a job working with large crowds of people at the largest airport in the country, but BNP members can’t be firemen/policemen/work with kids etc because they might do something nasty and racist?

    Riiiiiight.

  4. There was a young muslim from Southall
    Who penned of a bomb in a holdall
    But when she clicked down the switch
    No death … what a hitch!
    So its life for that muslim from Southall.

  5. DSD
    Indeed – also refer to Ken Livingstone’s very relaxed views on Jihadis working on the tube.

  6. DSD,

    "So let me get this straight. This loon can have a job working with large crowds of people at the largest airport in the country"

    No she can’t (I guess you missed the part where she’s been charged and found guilty and is about to be sentenced)

    "BNP members can’t be firemen/policemen/work with kids etc"

    Presumably that’s as accurate as your first statement.

  7. What does this story about this lunatic woman have to do with the BNP? I’ve never heard of a bigger bunch of crybabies who have to relate every story to their alleged hard times. Pretty soon they’ll ask why there are no BNP rock bands on the ATW Friday Night Jukebox.

  8. Was there any thought given to the fact that this woman might be more crazy than evil (a thin line). Reading her "poems" kinda makes me think she’s a bit nuts.

  9. MAHONS

    She sounds like a nut. But if someone told me they were going to fly a plane into a building I would have thought the same.

  10. Agreed Henry94.

  11. DV, utmost sympathy with your views but she hasn’t actually murdered anyone so not sure about the life sentence – agree with deportation though

  12. Mahons,

    in my view the whole lot of them are nuts!(sorry to generalise but i just can’t help it.)
    i’d leave her in a cell with Jack Bauer.

  13. "So let me get this straight. This loon can have a job working with large crowds of people at the largest airport in the country"

    No she can’t (I guess you missed the part where she’s been charged and found guilty and is about to be sentenced)

    Frank,

    SHE HAD A JOB WORKING ‘AIR SIDE’ AT HEATHROW.
    There, those letters big enough for you?

    "BNP members can’t be firemen/policemen/work with kids etc"

    Presumably that’s as accurate as your first statement.

    Nothing like just straightforward denial of reality as an argument is there Frank? BNP members are barred from being firemen. They are barred from being policemen. They are also being fired from jobs with kids the moment their political affiliations become known.

    And all this completely passed by the great omniscient O’Dwyer. Funny that, bet you’d have noticed if it’d been SWP members instead of BNP ones.

  14. DSD,

    "SHE HAD A JOB WORKING ‘AIR SIDE’ AT HEATHROW."

    Had. Past tense.

    According to you she ‘can’ get a job at heathrow – as if someone (who?) will permit her to do so, knowing she is a loon, yet that same someone will not permit a BNP member to be a fireman, knowing that they are a loon BNP member.

    "BNP members are barred from being firemen. They are barred from being policemen."

    By whom?

    "They are also being fired from jobs with kids the moment their political affiliations become known."

    By whom?

    Pardon me if I don’t regard you as a reliable source. I have too much experience of you garbling and embellishing the simplest of messages.

  15. I lost my job in local government because they found that I had been looking up BNP websites over a six month period in my lunch breaks. It was part of the computer code that we did not access ‘hate sites’ but in reality that only means right wing sites not Anti Nazi League etc. I was investigated as being a racist, disciplined and told to go because they found BNO.org on my history file. I went quietly because I was able to change my job relatively smoothly and retain a personal reference from my boss.

  16. "No doubt that the punk will twitch and scream
    But ignore the donkey’s ass
    And continue to slice back and forth
    You’ll feel the knife hit the wind and food pipe
    But Don’t Stop
    Continue with all your might"

    Bit too late now, but there’s always next year, I suppose. That’s Nobel Prize for Literature 2008 stuff!


    That lass deserves jail for the terrible poetry alone.

  17. That’s it Frank, when the facts are totally against you, just keep on throwing mud and pretending ignorance by asking pointless questions until people cant be bothered to answer them any more so you can say they’ve ‘lost’.

    I know you are a person who is perfectly abreast of current political events and situations, even if we usually have diametrically opposed views on the rights and wrongs of the situations in question. Your childish insults and pretences at ignorance in order to avoid saying ‘Im wrong’, just for once, show your actual arguments up for the empty shell they are. I know full well that you know that this is going on, and so does everyone else.

    You arent fooling anyone, so how about you actually give us your opinion on the rights or wrongs of barring people from jobs because of their political affiliation, instead of just pretending it isnt happening?

  18. DSD,

    I know no such thing. I have very little interest in the BNP and I have never heard of BNP members being barred from the fire service or anything else, and I would guess that such would be illegal under UK and EU law. I wonder why you don’t simply post the evidence if it exists.

    Out of curiosity I went and googled up "bnp firemen" and the first hit I get is this (from 2004):

    Call to sack BNP fireman rejected
    Ian Johnson
    Mr Johnson used his firefighter position in his election campaign
    Hampshire fire service has said it will not sack a retained leading fireman who stood as a BNP candidate in last week’s European elections.

    Calls for Ian Johnson to be sacked have been made by the Fire Brigades Union (FBU) which says the BNP’s ideas are against those of the fire service.

    The FBU also claimed Mr Johnson used his fire service role in his election campaign, which was unsuccessful.

    The fire service said Mr Johnson, from Brockenhurst, was not breaking the law.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/hampshire/dorset/3806643.stm

    A further few minutes googling reveals several more stories of unions complaining about the fire service NOT barring bnp members. So why don’t you quit whining and simply support your claim?

  19. Maybe she was just trying to get ahead at work.