Saturday, December 06, 2008

Gathering Storm Newsletter Banned by UK Government

As my readers know, I send out a free weekly newsletter entitled the Weekly Storm Report to hundreds of subscribers every week. I get occasional blocks on them and pretty much ignore them for the majority of them have no rhyme or reason to the blocking.

But this week, a subscriber's copy who used a gov.uk domain was blocked. And here's the reason that I received.

The London Borough of Barking & Dagenham does not allow e-mails through its mail gateway that may contain offensive words or phrases. You sent such an e-mail to (email address removed by me) on Sat, 6 Dec 2008 01:50:33 -0500 (EST) with the subject of The Gathering Storm Weekly Storm Report This message was not delivered to the recipient but has been quarantined by The London Borough of Barking & Dagenham MAILSweeper Service.

I wonder if it was this recent Winston Curchill Golden Balls Award that did it.

The Golden Balls Award goes each week to the most flagrant Appeaser or Apologist or those that outright lie that has done most to undermine our defense against Islamists. This weeks Golden Balls Award goes to:

Cannon Rob Morris

HISTORIC BRITISH PUB RENAMED - WAS OFFENSIVE TO MUSLIMS

The home of the famous Saracen's Head, in Kings Norton Green, will become known as Saint Nicolas Place said its owners, at the nearby St Nicolas Church.

Angry letters fired off to the Mail said the church had no right to "wipe away 300 years of history" for fear of offending Muslims.

Ann Spooner, of Kings Norton, wrote: "To us it will always be the Saracen's Head."

The 18th-century former inn was originally built as a rich wool merchant's house in the 1400s and was given to the church in 1930. In 2004 it won £500,000 to help bring it back to its former glory in the BBC programme Restoration.

Cannon Rob Morris said the church consulted with its congregation of more than 300 and the Friends of Historic Kings Norton in reaching the controversial choice.

In 2004 the Birmingham Mail reported how the Very Rev Morris said the name was "offensive" to Muslims. But he said the reason behind the name-change was to stop people from mistaking the building - now a community centre and church office - for a pub.

Yeah - right.

Keith Carton, from Kings Norton, said: "When was the last time anyone can recall coach loads of lager louts turning up for a heavy session?"

Congratulations to the Re. Rob Morris! You can check in and claim your award at Camp Delta, Guantanamo Bay.

I guess alerting the Kaffirs to the weekly intimidation, infiltration, disinformation tactics of the Islamists and those appeasers and apologists that enable their agenda is a no-no in the UK

Surprise! Surprise!

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