Daily Mail does a story on our hero, Gavin Boby.
To be clear, a mosque is not a church nor is it any kind of analogue for one. It is a military, legal and political structure. It is for passing decrees, making weapons and storing them when expedient, sending out assassins and planning terrorist attacks, all things you pretty much never see in a church or temple.
Gavin’s mission exemplifies what the PM of England at one point recently referred to as, ‘Muscular liberalism’ even though they would never dare admit it in public for political reasons. Gavin is what all centrists, classical liberals and indeed even those left of center should be supporting if those leftists actually supported the beliefs they purport to.
The mail article downloaded and edited one of my early interview with Gavin but for anyone unaware of who he is and what he is about, watch this recent speech given in late 2012 in Australia.
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- Gavin Boby, once linked to EDL, calls for people to come to him for help
- Lawyer boasts he has already blocked plans for 16 mosques being built
- He claims Islam encourages paedophilia, sexual abuse and pimping
- EDL endorses organisation, referring Twitter followers to Boby
By Larisa Brown
PUBLISHED: 12:49 GMT, 13 January 2013 | UPDATED: 16:06 GMT, 13 January 2013
A planning lawyer and self-styled ‘mosque buster’ claims he is fighting to stop the ‘tide of Islam’ by successfully blocking plans for the building of mosques across the UK.
Gavin Boby, once linked to the far-right English Defence League, boasts he has already blocked plans for 16 out of 17 mosques being built.
Under the banner of the Law and Freedom Foundation, he calls for people to come to him for free professional legal help in opposing mosque proposals and claims that Islam encourages paedophilia, sexual abuse and pimping.
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He claims to help followers resist planing applications for mosque developments by raising opposition with councils.
The 48-year-old says in a video posted online: ‘If anyone out there knows of an application for a new mosque, a cultural centre for some phoney community centre or some multi-faith inter-faith harmony institute then let me know.’
Mr Boby, from Bristol, runs a planning consultancy but also provides legal assistant for those who oppose mosque developments, according to the Sunday Times.
On the foundation website he claims to have stopped the construction of 16 out of 17 mosques in total.
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