If the parents of “Jihadi Jack” turn out to be found guilty after due process, talk about foul parenting! — and an alarming example of the “diversity” of Jihadi infiltration in the West. Let’s be fair in using that all-important word “diversity”: the middle class, white parents of Jack Letts, dubbed “Jihadi Jack,” were remanded in custody following a charge of Islamic terrorism offences.
This family (again, if they are found guilty) will be under the microscope of examining why they fell under the grip of a doctrine obsessed with murder and death after converting to Islam. It’s another case that demonstrates the drivel about poverty and racism leading to radicalization. Wakeup call: not every jihadist is poor and suffers due to racism. It’s a Western construct that is manipulated; also, Jihadists kill their own in spades.
Also, take a look at the Islamic states, the wealthy despots and Islamic clerics that sanction and fuel the doctrine of jihad against the West and Israel. That deadly doctrine has now found a home and settlement on our soil, with a special thanks to those who make it easy for them to do so through immigration and refugee policy and through manipulated diversity programs.
Prediction: during the legal trial of this pair, we will once again have our ears assaulted with a propagandist victimology narrative, but from the other side of the fence: how they hated Islamophobia against Muslims prior to their conversion, and how they became “warriors of justice” in the name of their newfound faith. It will be interesting to discover what mosque they attend and what the imam preached.
“IS suspect ‘Jihadi Jack’s’ parents remanded in custody over terrorism offences”, BBC News, June 9, 2016:
The parents of a man alleged to have joined so-called Islamic State group have been remanded in custody after being charged with terrorism offences.
Jack Letts, 20, from Oxford, who has been dubbed “Jihadi Jack” by some newspapers, is said to have left for Iraq aged 18.
John Letts and Sally Lane, denied providing money for suspected terrorism at Westminster Magistrates’ Court.
They are due to appear at the Old Bailey on 23 June.
Mr Letts, 55, and Ms Lane, 54, spoke only to confirm their names and address.
Image caption John Letts was remanded in custody, along with his wife, to appear at the Old Bailey on 23 June.
They are both charged with three counts of arranging the availability of property or money to another person knowing or having reasonable cause to suspect it could be used for the purpose of terrorism….