Ever wanted to be an accessory to Murder?

If you aren’t already, and there’s about a 1 in 3 chance you already are, then you will have another opportunity to become one on May 6th 2010, when the UK general election is held. Fact of the matter is, if you vote on May 6th and your chosen party wins, then the blood of the people slaughtered by your chosen party is on YOUR hands. You will be an accessory to murder, plain and simple. Your attempts to worm out of this and self-justify it – like the warm blood on your hands – simply won’t wash.

So don’t vote on May 6th. Spare some wretched pesons life.

This diseased system of politics in the UK must implode. Mass abstention of voting is the only way to end it. Votes for the Liberals, Greens, Natural Law, Looneis, even the so called “Islamic” parties is a sham.

Politics in the UK cannot be allowed to continue in this way.

The ‘choice’ is yours.


4 Responses to “Ever wanted to be an accessory to Murder?”

  1. 1 AkMaR April 28, 2010 at 12:10 am

    Sorry, i dont really understand the concept.
    Even if let say half of UK population do not vote on that day, there will still be a party winning the election (i think). And there will still be mass murder.
    So, what is the benefit behind “not voting”?

  2. 2 lwtc247 April 28, 2010 at 9:19 am


    The main point here is, by voting for someone, you are giving them the authority to act on your behalf, any crime they then commit is therefore YOUR crime – you gave them the (executive)power to do it. To let someone act on your behalf is actually an abdication/neglect of duty to oneself and others. History has proved time and time again that governments lie and abuse power, which in the majority of cases is NOT for the benefit of the people, but chiefly for the benefit of a small and wealthy elite (and the mega corporations they own) with an enticing ‘middle class’ to act as buffer-zone against those that feel the painful consequence of this elite. One cannot therefore say “Oh i trusted that person to act on my behalf to do so in a good way” because it is against the empirical (observed) evidence.

    Secondly, as you correctly say, even if, say, one person votes, then the kween could ask that person to form a ‘government’, BUT a ‘government’ formed in such circumstances would be utterly illegitimate as it wasn’t given a mandate/authority by the people [and democracy means government by the people]. It has no moral force. People would be totally justified in easily and openly defying any declarations/edicts/laws of that government.

    After all, if the system is broken, keeping it going by repeatedly voting will NOT fix th system, because (again) you would be legitimising that very broken system in the first place as a result of the fact you voted for it! I do not believe the system can be improved from ‘within’ as it clearly HASN’T improved from within – quite the opposite in fact.

    So much needed radical reform can only take place via revolution(not necessarily a bloody revolution) or mass abstention to signpost that the system MUST change – which when replaced would NOT allow scum like bLiar to do what he did before and no other mass murderer.

    Let me end by repeating the first point. Any crimes carried out by elected officials only happened because people voted for them. Murder, starvation, imprisonment, torture, economic slavery etc, whatever the executive have done, guilt is shared amongst the voters.

    My view may be a minority view but it’s THE MORAL VIEW/STANDPOINT.

    The Muslim Public Affairs Committee (MPAC) (an ‘organization’ I often admire {but occasionally let loose a banana or two}) fiercely advocate voting, but I think they have been proved wholly wrong.

  3. 3 AkMaR April 30, 2010 at 2:15 am

    Ok, i got the concept.
    Would it be right then if i simplify it into:
    If you can’t stop the crime from occuring, at least do not play a part in it. ?

  4. 4 lwtc247 April 30, 2010 at 7:49 am

    I hope (as intended) everyone gets this message. It is literally deadly important.

    I would mostly agree with your efficient summary ;) but I’d go further than that as I believe by a mass of people not playing a part the system, then it can be toppled and a better system built in it’s place.

    That system I believe, is based on righteous monotheistim.

    Did you know the Christian Europe is praised by respectible Muslim intellectuals for its strict abstenance from employing riba based economics. Christian Europe is this very successfully for over a thousand years. Subhanallah. Guess who corrupted it?

    There is no greater form of man administered governance than that which recognises the Exhalted Unequivocal Rule of Rabbilalameen. Some flavours are better than those others which have been contaminated.

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