UK: Muslim convert planned large-scale vehicle jihad massacre

Another convert to Islam plots murder and mayhem. It’s clear why people are converting to Islam in Britain: the government is appeasing Muslim groups and kowtowing to Islamic supremacists in every way it can. Jihad preachers are frequently admitted into the country and allowed to go on nationwide lecture tours. But foes of jihad terror are harassed and persecuted, and often jailed on false pretenses, while foreign freedom fighters (including me) are barred from the country. It’s only to be expected that a loser such as Lewis Ludlow would see the writing on the wall, convert to Islam, and join the jihad.

But why is the UK government prosecuting such people? Theresa May should leave them alone. To do otherwise is “islamophobic.” They are practicing their faith. Respect their piety, heathen.

“Muslim convert ‘planned large-scale vehicle attack’ at Oxford Street in London,” by Harley Tamplin, Metro, May 1, 2018 (thanks to Lookmann):

A Muslim convert who allegedly plotted a ‘large-scale’ vehicle attack on London’s Oxford Street has appeared in court.

Lewis Ludlow is accused of targeting busy, landmark parts of the capital, including Madame Tussauds.

The 26-year-old from Rochester in Kent was remanded in custody following a hearing at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday.

He refused to stand in court, saying: ‘I’m not allowed to stand for anyone but God.’

Ludlow, who wore a traditional black Muslim skull cap, spoke to confirm his personal details.

As the charges against him were read out, he said after each one: ‘I declare myself innocent of that charge.’

Ludlow was arrested on April 18 by officers from Kent’s Counter Terrorism unit, prosecutor Mark Dawson said.

He was later charged with two charges relating to Section 5 of the Terrorism Act 2006 and one contrary to Section 17 of the Terrorism Act.

Mr Dawson said: ‘Charge one relates with the defendant’s intention to travel to the Philippines to join up with Daesh, the Islamic State.

‘Charge two relates to sending money, we say, clearly for the benefit of Islamic State.

‘And charge three relates to the defendant planning a large-scale, multiple-casualty vehicle-borne assault, perhaps in the Oxford Street area of London.’

Senior District Judge Emma Arbuthnot said: ‘Clearly on charge three the defendant was planning an attack at Madame Tussauds.’…

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