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Covenant of Security between the UK and Islam certainly explains Chip Cantors - experience

Reader comment on item: Does a "Covenant of Security" Protect the United Kingdom?

Submitted by David MacKAY (Canada), Jul 1, 2013 at 11:55

In Chip Cantor's account of his mistreatment by British Customs authorities there is a very curious event. During his detention he was dealt with by Burkha clad customs person who triumphantly told hm from now his travels to any EU nation would be very difficult (like impossible) all this for simpy having Israeli stamps in his passport?

Is the Burkha clad customs agent representative of further evolution of the "Self Policing" portion of the "Covenenant of Security" between the UK and Islam?

Cantors experience seems impossible to explain until he a Jew is confronted by the Moslem Customs agent. Then it becomes a simple example of "abuse of power" in the hands of a typical anti-semitic moslem.

The more dire question is; If the Moslem customs agent can abuse power to vilify jews. What further abuse can the agent practice so as to welcome moslem jihadists into the UK?


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