“What I put in my report was the tip of the iceberg. There is a huge amount of material which I didn’t put in. I deliberately focused on what appeared to be the epicentre. There were problems elsewhere which I couldn’t evidence sufficiently in the time available.” And given the lack of an expiration date on the Islamic supremacist imperative, there is no reason why this should not be so. But not to worry: the Muslims in Britain have made “enormous contributions to British society“!
“Trojan Horse ‘just the tip of the iceberg,’” by Andrew Gilligan, the Telegraph, October 12, 2014:
The “Trojan Horse” affair in Birmingham was merely the “tip of the iceberg” of Islamist infiltration in British schools, according to the man appointed by the Government to investigate the scandal.
Peter Clarke spoke amid indications that the plot, where hard-line Muslims hounded out secular head teachers in order to “Islamise” state schools, is flaring up again and broadening its reach.
Mr Clarke, a former police counterterror chief, said that parts of Whitehall attempted to “intimidate” him out of taking on the inquiry but succeeded only in convincing him that there must be something worth investigating.
He strongly disputed a statement made two weeks ago by Nicky Morgan, the new Education Secretary, that ministers had “got to the bottom of the issue”. Asked if he agreed with the claim, made on BBC Radio WM, Mr Clarke said: “Of course the Government hasn’t got to the bottom of the Trojan Horse affair, nowhere near it.
“You haven’t got to the bottom of it until you’ve proved or disproved whether there is something similar happening elsewhere [outside Birmingham].
“What I put in my report was the tip of the iceberg. There is a huge amount of material which I didn’t put in. I deliberately focused on what appeared to be the epicentre. There were problems elsewhere which I couldn’t evidence sufficiently in the time available.
“You’ve got to look at the roles of Birmingham city council and the unions and you’ve got to see where else Tahir Alam [the alleged ringleader] had influence.”…