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Most hated man in Britain wants you to vote ‘Remain’


British hate preacher Anjem Choudary – who is currently facing charges of supporting Islamic State – wants Britain to stay in the European Union (EU).

“If you want my view on it, I think Britain will be worse off,” hate-filled Choudary (pictured above) told Breitbart London.

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“I think that [leaving the EU] is something that is probably not in our advantage from a Muslim perspective,” he added.

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The radical preacher rose to prominence as the head of Al-Muhajiroun and then Islam4UK – both banned Salafist groups – and for his provocative anti-Western views, which make him one of the few men in Britain more hated than ‘Remain’ super-bully George Osbourne.

He has praised 9/11 terrorists as “magnificent martyrs”, wants to see “Sharia dominate the world”, the “flag of Sharia” fly over Parliament, and advocates a so-called caliphate. He said of the EU:

“With all the security implications, you know, while the rest of the world is trying to unite together with common purpose, this is not the time from a security perspective to be isolating.

Choudary denies supporting Islamic State, but his close associate, Abu Rumaysah, recently travelled to Syria and is thought to be the “new Jihadi John” Islamic State executioner.

In 2013, Choudary stated: “As Muslims, we reject democracy, we reject secularism, and freedom, and human rights. We reject all of the things that you espouse as being ideals.”

He was also asked about the EU and the European Court of Human Rights, and their history of protecting extremists and blocking deportations.

He said that “at the current time I think there is some recourse [offered by European institutions]” when compared to the policies an independent British government could implement outside the EU.

He said: “I think that it probably is,” when asked if the European Court’s stance on Islamist extremism is more “desirable” than those of the British government. “There are certain principles and caveats [within EU legislation] that should prevent that [prosecution of Islamists] happening.”

So if you vote Remain, or don’t bother to vote Leave, Anjem Choudary will be very happy with you! 




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