UK: Over 40% of Superhajis Jailed Within Last Decade to be Freed by End of 2018

Michael Byron
Daily Stormer
June 6, 2018

We all know that every bushel contains a few bad apples that should be avoided at all costs.

But the British government actually seems to prefer bad apples to good ones, and wants as many of them in its society as possible.

Isn’t that weird?

I mean, objectively?


Over 40 per cent of terrorists convicted and imprisoned over the past decade will be back on the streets by the end of 2018, having served fairly light sentences.

Figures compiled by the Sentencing Council and analysed by the left-liberal Guardian show more than 80 of 193 terms issued for terrorism offences between 2007 and 2016 will have run their course by the end of the year — but the true figure could be much higher, as it the typical British prison sentence paroles criminals automatically once half the sentence has been served.

Yep, at least 80 terrorists are going to be re-released onto the streets of Britain this year.

The government is clearly happy for these Moslems to resume their campaign of enrichment against white people, because there isn’t another conceivable outcome to this situation of which I am aware.

Radical Islamic hate preacher Anjem Choudary, for example, was inaccurately reported as having been “jailed for five-and-a-half years” for urging Muslims to support the Islamic State in September 2016, but will, in fact, be among the 80 terrorists released by the end of this year — having completed the “custodial portion” of what was misleadingly described as a “prison” sentence.

Prior to his sentencing, Anjem Choudary was pretty much the face of “radical” Islam in the UK. He was so cartoonish and over-the-top about it, in fact, that a lot of nationalists believed that he had to be some kind of intelligence agent.

Personally, I never believed that. Why would the government ever have to pay Moslems to act like Moslems?

It just doesn’t seem necessary, does it?

“Terrorist prisoners released on licence place a resource burden on both specialist counter-terrorism detectives and on mainstream policing,” commented Richard Walton, who led Scotland Yard’s counter-terrorism command for five years.

I recognize this faggot.

Richard Walton was one of the masterminds behind Operation Spectrum, a sting operation in which Paki policemen – working undercover – tried to provoke football fans into saying something racist so that they could arrest them for it.

Seriously, you can read about it here. It happened in 1999.

And this Boomer in Gen X clothing is still helping his beloved Pakis to conquer Britain almost 20 years later.

“A risk-management process is used to monitor those released on licence and the monitoring of high-risk offenders is extremely resource intensive.

Napo, the probation officers’ trade union, has also expressed concern about its members’ capacity to adequately monitor the flood of terrorist ex-cons leaving prison and mingling with the general public.

“Our members are overworked and understaffed, resulting in enormous pressures on them to do an extremely challenging job,” warned Napo general secretary Ian Lawrence.

It’s interesting that the British police always claim to lack resources when dealing with non-white crimes against white people, such as Moslem terrorism, but seem to draw from a bottomless well of funding and manpower when dealing with white “crimes” against non-whites.

I wonder if that (((diversity budget))) has anything to do with it…

Anyway, I’m not convinced that these soon-to-be-released terrorists are even a big deal at this point.

I mean, government sources confessed in 2017 that there were at least 23,000 confirmed jihadists in the UK. An additional 80 of them released at the end of this year is basically a little drop in a big brown ocean.

Besides, will there even be any non-Moslems left to terrorize in Britain by Q4 2018?