A non-White medical doctor invader living in Britain, and presumably working for the state health services, is one of the five non-Whites arrested for the latest terrorist attack attempt in that country.
Five non-Whites were arrested at the weekend, but at least one suspect is still believed to be on the run. Police have diplomatically stated that “none of the suspects is British in origin” – an understatement if ever there was one.
Instead of addressing the real issue: Jewish domination of the political process combined with non-White immigration, British Home Secretary Jacqui Smith said the government had put sufficient focus on counter-terrorism and was looking at ways of "tackling the ideology that recruits people to terrorism" and at further legislation.
A 26-year-old man and 27-year-old woman were arrested on the M6 motorway near Sandbach, Cheshire, on Saturday night. The man has been identified as Dr Mohammed Asha. Dr Asha and the woman have been taken to Paddington Green police station in London for questioning.
Their arrests are linked to the search of a house at Newcastle-under-Lyme in Staffordshire. Another 26-year-old non-White invader was arrested in Liverpool on Sunday and remains in custody at a Merseyside police station. All the arrested men are of varying Middle Eastern nationalities.