Poor old Labour Peer Lord Ahmed. Having gone a bit under the radar since that unfortunate business when he was  jailed after being caught sending and receiving text messages at the wheel minutes before he was involved in a fatal crash on the M1 – he suddenly pops up again – this time allegedly offering a $10m bounty for the capture of US Presidents Obama and Bush. The BBC does cover this, in it’s on the news site here, but I have to say that I thought it merited a degree of coverage on the Today programme. After all, it’s not everyday that a member of the House of Lords calls for the arrest of US Presidents as war criminals. Sadly, Today had not time for this story although I suppose this is no surprise when it has more important matters to pursue such as Ed Milibands “courageous” call to cap party donations at £5000.  One could be forgiven for thinking that running an in item on Ahmed might be unhelpful to Labour at a time when Ed is showing such statemanship…..

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15 Responses to THE BOUNTY HUNTER…

  1. Mice Height says:

    To be fair, they were covering it quite extensively as breaking news on the News Channel last night.
    It’ll be interesting to see what comes of it.
    If, as Ahmed claims(quite probably a lie), then he just claimed that he wanted to see Blair brought to account for his wars, then I fully agree. I’d also add his treasonous immigration policy and financial mismanagement to the charge sheet too.
    There’s nothing I’d like to see more than that vile c*nt swinging by his neck!


    • chrisH says:

      Is that Ahmed or Blair that you refer too…anyone got a twin-necked crane for hire?


      • Mice Height says:

        I was referring to Blair, but now you come to mention it . . . . .


      • JohnW says:

        I think Ahmadinnerjacket has a few, but they’re already booked up on long term hire as this is one of his favourite pastimes.


    • Guest Who says:

      Careful… you are one * away from a whole new world of wonder in our free speaking nation descending… at least if read in Bexley.


  2. George R says:

    For Islam Not BBC (INBBC):-

    “If That’s Your Definition Of Islamist I Am An Islamist – Lord Ahmed.”

    For anyone who doesn’t know who the ‘Bat Ye’or’ is, referred to in article above, suggest see:-

    “An Egyptian Jew in Exile: An Interview with Bat Ye’or”


  3. alan says:

    Ahmed seems to spend more time on Pakistan working for his UK brethren than trying to integrate them into this country despite saying this after 7/7 acknowledging the problem of …. “the community leaders and religious leaders, who have kept very close contacts with South Asia and the Middle East rather than keeping a good contact with the British society where we live.”

    Ahmed is an Islamist and his recent, alleged, comments illustrate the fallacy of government policy in bringing such Muslims into’the fold’ so that they supposedly feel part of the system.

    Clearly for a man so far up the greasy pole by virtue of his religious identity this just doesn’t work….and if it doesn’t work for a man who was handed a Lordship on a plate then I doubt it works for the young firebrands willing to die for Allah.


  4. George R says:

    As even INBBC shouldn’t be able to miss:

    -the Islamisation of the ‘left’, and of Britain, continued –

    “Labour peer suspended after he ‘offered £10m for capture of Barack Obama’ claiming his bounty on terrorist suspect has ‘insulted all Muslims'”

    Read more:


  5. alan says:

    Just saw this quote in the Telegraph and somehow felt it was appropriate…..

    As Cicero wrote: “A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within.”

    and that reminded me of this one:

    ‘How strange must our system of politicks appear in future ages, when it appears, that while we were carrying on offensive wars in all quarters of the globe with vast fleets and armies, that an enemy rode triumphant in our own harbours.’

    Leave you to judge the merits of either sentiment.


  6. Jeff says:

    I’m rather taken by this idea of putting a bounty on unpopular political figures.
    I’ll offer up a few that I despise. Ken Livingstone, George Galloway and Billy Bragg…(not actually a politician, I know, but nor is he a musician).
    I’ll start the ball rolling with £10 in the pot. Any offers?


  7. Leodian says:

    Ahmed ex jailbird, token, islamist, 5th columnist. Now suspended. Baroness Uddin owes us £250K, lives in a council house, clocks in at 9.15 clocks out at 9.20, 300 quid up, now suspended. Both appointed by Labour. Some kind of pattern here ?


  8. Jim Dandy says:

    It was covered on PM, including his suspension and his denial.


    • Guest Who says:

      ‘It was covered on PM’
      Covered, eh?
      It can be worse than that, though, can’t it Jim?
      Especially when the tribal alliances see ‘coverage’ taken a wee bit further… when it suits.


  9. London Calling says:

    Lord Ahmed the great Parliamentarian, surely not…

    “Victory for the Muslim Community” seems to be his main motivation in life. Another time-expired Blair appointment that continues to haunt us, and which “the enemy within temporarily residing at No. 10” does nothing about.