Abu Abdullah: the Perfect Psycho Patsy

Kurt Nimmo
Sep. 04, 2006

It would seem British intelligence services, in collusion with the cops and Scotland Yard, are getting better at finding palatable lunatics to represent Muslims in Britain, or maybe it is “Londonistan,” although I’m sure more than a few Londoners recoil at this characterization.

One such lunatic is Abu Abdullah, an associate of Abu Hamza, a perfect choice due to his psychopathic personality disorder, in full bloom in a video on the Hot Air blog.

Due to the fact he is a misanthropic piece of work, Abu Abdullah, a former youth football coach, praises to the sky both the London 7/7 bombings and the alleged and entirely ludicrous liquid bomb plot, the former an obvious false flag operation, complete with complimentary terror drills, and the latter an impossibility on an airliner, minus a pile of chemistry lab tools.

Even though Abdullah has been kicked out of every mosque in Britain, because he is obviously a psychopathic madman, he remained “unchecked by the authorities five months after a law was passed making it a criminal offense to glorify terrorism,” according to the Times Online. Obviously, this is the case because Abu is a patsy-in-waiting, on hold for the next fake terrorist attack, or rather spoiled terrorist attack, that is to say made-up nonsense.

In the lead-up to the raid on the Jameah Islamiyah school at Mark Cross, Crowborough, Sussex, Abdullah was arrested “moments after leaving a Chinese restaurant in Borough. His brother Musa Ahmet is also reported to have been detained,” reports the Daily Mail.

Now the British establishment, chomping at the bit to rationalize their recently imposed anti-terrorism laws, already coming under fire for “serious human rights abuses,” according to Amnesty International, have their man, a prefect patsy, one who can be splashed all over the corporate media as a fine example of the sort of Muslim terrorist swarming over the United Kingdom, ready to unleash murder and mayhem.













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