A young woman originally from Oldham, who is set to attend Newcastle University, offered up the opinion, based on fact, that Islamic terrorism has its roots in the texts of the Koran. Because she did this, she was contacted by a police officer from Northumbria Police who threatened the lady, Jonaya English of ‘The Insurgents’ You Tube channel, with having her place at Newcastle University removed.
The officer, PC Mohammed Khan, said to Ms English in an electronic communication that if she didn’t engage with PC Khan then it would become a ‘safeguarding’ matter and that he, PC Khan said that he would have no option but to ask Newcastle University to withdraw the offer of a place to Ms English. This is an appalling example of Islamic bullying and even worse by a Muslim in uniform. When I heard of this story, my first thought was that this officer was abusing his position as a police officer, my second thought is that this incident looks like blackmail committed by PC Khan. Khan has basically told a person who has made an honest observation about Islam, which is that terror instigation comes from the Koran itself, to shut up about Islam or suffer the consequences. That really looks like blackmail to me, as well as being outrageous bullying and a case of the police officer using his badges of office for personal or communal gain.
Ms English, pictured below, was extremely shocked and disturbed to see the officer acting in this way. However, Ms English is refusing to be cowed by this act of naked intimidation by PC Khan. She has complained to the police complaints authority the IPCC and has taken legal advice on what to do about this officer for whom defending Islam comes way ahead of defending our right to speak freely about Islam.
In a video on ‘The Insurgents’ YouTube channel ( a video that will later also be found on this blog’s own Vidme channel just in case YouTube removes it) Ms English states that the complaint relates to Muslim woman whom Ms English was friends with years ago. The woman objected to Ms English retweeting a comment that she made calling for the end of the Prevent counter terror strategy as she said it presumed that most terrorists were Muslims. Unfortunately the reality is that most terrorists are Muslims and that the number of attacks against Muslims have been so few in number and in severity, that they do not counterbalance the number of Muslims who have murdered and raped their way across the world in the past couple of decades.
Here’s Ms English in her own words;
The truly disgusting thing about this case is not just the false allegation of harassment or ‘hate speech’ but the officer threatening to blackmail Ms English.
Ms English isn’t taking this bit of misuse of public office by PC Khan (pictured below) lying down. She’s fighting back by instituting a complaint about this officer and his attempt to blackmail Ms English, she’s also taking advice on dealing with the false complaint from the Muslim woman for merely telling the truth about Islam.
Ms English is correct when she worries that British people are losing their right to speak freely about all issues including controversial opinions, such as telling the truth about Islam. She’s also correct in saying that the best way to counteract bad speech is more free speech.
Ms English is plainly being bullied for holding an opinion about Islam that Muslim police officers do not like. However she said in her video: ‘This is not going to make me shut up.’
Good for her I say. Bullies like PC Khan and similar ones in other areas of life need to be stood up to. They need to be exposed for what they are, which are individuals who devote far too much energy to stopping people speaking about an ideology called Islam. They are censoring to benefit Islam which is an ideology that a growing number of people, justifiably consider to be a threat. We should be able to speak freely, even if some find what we say ‘offensive’ and we should be righteously angry at the bullying that has been directed at Ms English.
We have a right as Britons to speak freely about the matters that concern us, including Islam. It was a right granted to the representatives of the people in Parliament in 1689. Also, the right to criticise or mock religions and religious practises was later enshrined in law by the House of Lords in the free speech amendment to Labour’s 2006 Racial and Religious Hatred Act.
It’s not drunken Welshmen, incendiary Israelites or mentally ill Methodists who are slaughtering teenagers at pop concerts or engaging in the sort of rape jihad that we’ve seen in all too many of our towns and cities. Neither are they killing drinkers on a night out at Borough Market or driving trucks into Christmas markets. It’s the followers of Islam who are doing this and we have the absolute right to voice that fact and to voice our fears about what Islam and it’s more dangerous followers are doing to our nation. People died both in wars and via civil conflict such as at Peterloo and the demonstrations organised by the Chartists in order that the ordinary persons views be represented in Parliament and also that we have the right to speak freely about matters that concerns us. In the past it was the ordinary people who fought for their right to speak up against the scourge of absolute poverty and demand representation. Today there are another group of ordinary people who see that we need to fight for the right to voice our opinions about a similar dire threat to life and security, that of the ideology of Islam.
It should be noted that PC Khan hails from Northumbria Police who have gained in the last 12 months or so an unenviable reputation for pandering to Islam or trying to hide Islamic crimes. It should not be forgotten that it was Northumbria Police, in conjunction with the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), who ended up saying ‘no crime’ when Ms Chelsey Wright went to Northumbria Police with a complaint that she had been gang raped by Islamic migrants in Sunderland. This behaviour by PC Khan, a Northumbria officer, when combined with the appalling way that Ms Wright was treated by this force, will further undermine public trust that it is enforcing the law equitably.
I find it utterly appalling that we have in the United Kingdom the situation where the uniforms of our police officers are debased by people such as Mohammed Khan of Northumbria Police. People like Khan are plainly making as a priority, defending the ideology of Islam from criticism instead of allowing the likes of Ms English to state her opinion of Islam.
Khan has no place in our police force. His eagerness to engage in bullying, blackmail and malfeasance in public office should very clearly illustrate just why his presence in Northumbria Police is not only unwanted, but may also cause an even more rapid withdrawal of policing consent by the majority population, than is already occurring.
Time and again this blog has called on people not to take the law into their own hands no matter how frustrated they may feel about both the damage that Islam is doing to our nation, along with the inaction of the security authorities who are failing to properly deal with this damaging ideology. If it is wrong for the ordinary citizen to take the law into their own hands then it is far worse for a police officer to do the same. I am both shocked and disgusted to see this officer engage in such behaviour and I agree with Ms English when she said that PC Khan is using his uniform to promote his own views and to try to bully Ms English into silence.
Original video from You Tube with Ms English explaining the background to the situation which culminated in PC Mohammed Khan attempting to blackmail and bully her into silence.
Ms English’s Twitter conversation with PC Khan
Jonaya English’s Twitter feed