Thursday, 11 June 2009

Tax fraud is not just a 'Muslim thing'

So Shahid Malik connived at an undoubted tax or VAT fraud by agreeing to pay £300 a month of rent in cash and not to ask for a receipt.

That a government minister should do such a thing and not resign is despicable.

That a Prime Minister should not require his resignation is an abomination.

But for Malik to claim that such tax fraud 'is a Muslim thing' is utterly beyond any excusing.

How much more filth must we stomach from this Rotten Parliament and from this Rotten Government?

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

He said that tax fraud is a Muslim thing?

He really said that?

Right. That's the fucking end, that is. I didn't vote BNP at the last election, but I'm going to next time. And every time after that.

Until these scum have received condign punishment.

Public execution.

Brian, follower of Deornoth

Sue said...

I didn't realise he said that. How is it a "muslim thing?". That's a strange thing to say....

Pat said...

What is a "Muslim thing"? How do we know?
We could of course learn Arabic, read the Koran and the Hadith in their original context and make our own judgment- about as useful as working out how many angels could dance on a pin head. And I doubt many Muslims have done this- any more than the majority of Christians have read the Bible in its original language as well as the works of the Saints.
Or we could observe revealed choice. If we see as many Muslims protesting against this, and as violently, as we see them protest against,say, the existence of Israel, then we will know that it is not a Muslim thing. If there is silence then we will know it is. in between we will have our suspicions.

Anonymous said...

If it's a Muslim thing, that is supposed to over-ride British law, in the eyes of this British government minister? And Brown thinks this is OK?

Scum, scum, scum.

Even I am beginning to feel lost for words.

Chris said...

...and the BNP rub their hands in glee. So much from Brownian 'democratic renewal'.

Henry Crun said...

Cheek.

It's more a "cheating the taxman" thing.