Santa Brings Us Another Win!

By • on December 26, 2012

A very Merry Christmas, and a wonderful New Year to all our kind sympathisers. May the following thoughts cheer you in these difficult times!

Inside the unlawful Cricklewood Mosque. Not a mosque, surely?

Inside the unlawful Cricklewood Mosque. Not a mosque, surely?

Few of our liberal-left opponents have any real guts.

We get plenty of abuse, which is one of the things that keeps us going.

Otherwise, it tends to be the moral exhibitionism of people anxious for the good opinion of those who agree with them. People with such needs tend to be too selfish to do much. And there are few other reasons – e.g. being a treacherous nutcase – for a non muslim to cut a pro-islam pose.

Substantive opposition is usually self serving, especially if money is involved.

E.g. if you sue someone for non payment of a bill, their response is that it is beneath their principles to cough up to an islamophobe. Or if a BBC guy wants to pose as macho, he’ll pick on an islamophobe.

This behaviour is as far removed from principle as you can get, based on the assumption that an islamophobe is a weak target. And they get a surprise.

And this was the case with the Cricklewood mosque in Camden. We briefed a printer, who shafted mis-served us. When we informed him that there might have been a problem, he told us baldly that the issue was “sensitive”. I.e. it was our own fault and he kept the money.

So, a few weeks ago, I thought it would be my hard lot to explain to you, Dear Readers, that we had lost the case by lousing up the case. Because getting taken advantage of by the supplier you’ve selected is no excuse. There are no excuses in this line of work, full stop. When you louse up, you own up.

Not fun. Losing a case is kind of inappropriate for an organisation whose motto is “We Win”.

Never daunted, we scrambled into rearguard action and we managed to turn it around despite a major setback. If you have any idea how hard it is to change a Council’s mind once they’re in a mindset, then you’ll know how pleased we are with ourselves.

Our tactics were clean, lawful, and effective. And we won. The Council decision came just as Santa was doing his rounds on Christmas Eve: “Decision: Refused and Warning of Enforcement Action to be Taken  24-12-2012”.

We know how keen the Taqiyya artists are to proclaim their reverence for Jesus, so we hope this news didn’t spoil their celebrations of His birth.

This was a miserable application – as they tend to be. There was a history of lack of candour with the Council. The mosque outfit claimed to have been operating unlawfully, without planning, since 2009. And to have been “offering services to our community members since 2004”, despite having claimed in a 2007 application that the property “is used as A1 leased shop and will remain the same”. This was not the case. And now they claimed that it was used as a “library”, and not a bookshop after all, and that that use would continue.

Outside the unlawul Cricklewood mosque. No, no - not a mosque...

Outside the unlawul Cricklewood mosque. No, no – not a mosque…

Funnily enough, this outfit lists itself as “Masjid (translation: ‘mosque’) Rawda” on Somali related websites. Watch below for some interesting brainwashing. See the little twerp speaking for 3 minutes from the 7:05 mark (“imitating the Kuffars”) for some less than cohesion-enhancing stuff. Yes, I think we can say this place is a mosque.

The Council had fallen for the string of Islamic half truths and evasions, as public apathy always tempts them to do. Until we got involved.

Take a step back and ask yourself precisely what a mosque is doing in Cricklewood, the butt of every suburban-London joke since the Carry On films. Had you offered Hattie Jacques, Sid James, and Kenneth Williams the chance to appear in some slapstick about “Up the Cricklewood Mosque!”, they would have thought it too contrived.

Preaching in the unlawful Cricklewood Mosque ...Definitely not a mosque.

Preaching in the unlawful Cricklewood Mosque …Definitely not a mosque.

However, truth is stranger than fiction and reality is zanier than comedy. Thus we found ourselves briefed to do the business with the Cricklewood Masjid Rawda. And it was nice to win despite, or because of, the hindrances.

In the meantime, you might like to contact the Camden Council Planning Enforcement Department, especially if you live in London. Here is their page to “Report a Suspected Breach of Planning Control”, where you can let them know just what this property is used for. You may like to include a link to their YouTube vid below (“Ardayda Masjid Al Rawda Cricklewood Cnt 08 04 2012 Somali Channel”), and point out the bit from 7:05 to 10:15, where junior shows off what they preach about the Kuffar, and the Kuffar’s reverence for Jesus, at this unlawful mosque.


It usually takes something to rouse a Council enforcement department, and you can be that something.

Once again, Merry Christmas, and a mosque-free 2013 to you and your neighbours!



By David Jones on December 27th, 2012 at 9:35 am

Thank you for standing up to the most vile invasion of our country. Misery loves company which is the basis for this horrible cult that has terrified so many children into submission and acceptance of their drivel. It is most certain that these religionists have their own interests at heart to the detriment of the community-they even kill their own moderates, and- just try to leave that religion-that’s a death sentence.
While those in central government continue to appease the arabs who happened to be sitting on oil reserves, little will be done at a national level.
This horrible cult has invaded and infected an entire region and is spreading like cancer. The cure is education, and the admission by their leaders that the words they spout have no basis in truth or fact.
Religion does not deserve special status unless it has some useful purpose-like some christian sects,Red Cross,Salvation army etc.

By Ashwin on December 27th, 2012 at 1:30 pm

Their descriptions of the kuffar certainly do not add to community cohesion, and i would not be surprised if in a few years the number one travel destination of Camden residents would be wherever the most popular jihadi holiday is at that moment. Fortunately, this mosque will no longer be operating.

A big thanks to the Freedom & Law Foundation.

Merry Christmas

By Heino on December 27th, 2012 at 2:22 pm

Here’s what we in the area sent to Camden Planning and the 2 ward Councillors:

Dear Madam, Sir,

I am strictly opposed to yet another mosque in Willesden/Cricklewood.

There are already 5 Islamic Centres in Willesden, a huge mosque in Willesden Green and other educational establishments in the area.

Whereas in the past, applications for D1/religious use were assessed on the same grounds as any other D1 use application, there is – in this instance – a clear bias of the planning inspectorate. One can only speculate why…

How can a tiny High Street shop with a loading bay back entrance be granted planning permission for a mosque when there are NO parking spaces whatsoever? The Design & Access Statement on your website is rudimentary at best. Nowhere are estimates of expected visitor number mentioned? And it’s only the peak times that matter, i.e. Friday prayer!

Furthermore, it is highly questionable whether YOU – as a local councillor – are not aiding & abetting potential hate speech to be undertaken at the mosque.

Camden is a diverse and multi-cultural borough. Its utmost emphasis has always been to promote community cohesion.

Therefore, by allowing yet another mosque to be opened in what – at best – is a corner shop with a storage room at the back, you deliberately, maybe even maliciously, promote segregation versus equality & cohesion.

Islam is a mono-cultural ideology – if you support it, you are promoting the exact opposite of multi-culturalism.

Division of the community will be the result.

Your engagement in this project will not be forgotten, should you endorse it, it could and should cost you your re-election.

Times are changing fast at the moment. If you can’t keep up, you will be left behind. Think! Choose your allegiances wisely – will they be around in 2 years time?

Kind regards,


By Mark Harding on December 27th, 2012 at 7:45 pm

Most empressed with your work. Please keep it up. Your will to help others do the same is greatly needed today. One can only hope and pray that some are listening.
Blessings to you all.

By Michael on December 28th, 2012 at 12:00 am

Thank you for all the work that you do for us, in your efforts to prevent muslims altering the demographics of this great country of ours. If it wasn’t for you, there would be even more mosques in our cities than there are now. Keep up the good work and all the very best to you for 2013 !

By Robert in California on December 28th, 2012 at 6:28 am

Why does junior have his iPod earphones on while he’s bashing the kufars?

Congratulations on the good work!

By J.Sobieski on December 28th, 2012 at 12:20 pm


There are 5 other mosques within a 5 minute walk of this branch of the Islamic SchutzStaffel, and a 6th within 15 minutes. Three of them, including this one, are unlawful. There are more Roman Catholics in Cricklewood than there are Muslims, yet there is only 1 Catholic church in the same area. You could be forgiven for thinking it’s the other way around, as the muslims are far more conspicuous (men with silly beards and dresses, miserable women wearing cloth coffins), but those are the facts.

By Jeremy Smith on December 28th, 2012 at 1:45 pm

Keep up the good work Gavin. The government should have that boys parents arrested and repatriated whence they came. Disgrace!

By Heino on December 28th, 2012 at 2:38 pm

@J. Sobieski

Please post the other 2 unlawful ones here. Thx

By J.Sobieski on December 28th, 2012 at 5:33 pm


They are at 209 Cricklewood Broadway and 142 Cricklewood Lane. The latter is harder to spot from the road, but its location is given away on Islamic websites listing mosques in NW London…thanks for the info, Nazis. The Barnet Borough Planning Department shows no application for change of use from industrial to a place of worship, so it’s safe to say it’s unlawful.

By J.Sobieski on December 28th, 2012 at 5:46 pm


Forget 142, it’s wrong information, the wrong address, it’s 120. They have had permission refused by Barnet this September, but I haven’t read through the documents to make full sense yet. 209 is definitely correct, though.

By J.Sobieski on December 28th, 2012 at 6:13 pm


The deal is this. 120 has permission to be a mosque from 2000, but with restrictions. They applied for permission to have those restrictions lifted this year, and were refused. Reasons cited were noise disturbance, increased traffic, you know the drill.

By Heino on December 28th, 2012 at 6:46 pm

Thanks J,

I’ll look into it, it’s relatively easy for me as I live in Willesden Green.

By Heino on December 28th, 2012 at 7:08 pm


209 Cricklwood Broadway is officially an Islamic Information Centre. They’ve been there since ca. 2000 and, in 2002, applied for a rear extension (to be used as a store of course :-)).

It’s Brent, not Barnet, but there’s never been a change of use:

By Wendy on December 29th, 2012 at 12:48 am

As it is, Asia and Middle East are already badly infected by islam and it is scary. That is another why the West should be free of Islam so as to give us nonbelievers a space that is free of islam to breath or to call home.

By Paris Claims on December 31st, 2012 at 2:43 pm

Happy new year Gavin. Please keep up the good work.

By George Parker on December 31st, 2012 at 7:07 pm

The aim of islam is to covert everyone to their religion. One only needs to read the Koran or study the actions of the warlord Mohamed and his successors.
However, all religions are flawed and inherently dangerous because they encourage blind faith and discourage critical thought. It just so happens that Islam is currently the most dangerous of the crop and must be stopped first.

By Wendy on January 1st, 2013 at 2:33 am

Yes, I agree with you George. We should not let islam or any other alien ideology or alien culture deceive us nonbelievers or dictate to us nonbelievers. The Western land do not deserve such hateful ideology that grow even more hateful as they spread their hateful ideology to the West.

By Clare on January 1st, 2013 at 6:44 pm

Great news about the win in Cricklewood, congratulations on the good work. I’m so glad that someone is standing up for rights of the average person. If I wanted to live in an Islamic country, I would move to one. I was also going to alert you to 209 Cricklewood Broadway but I see it’s already been mentioned. I pass there on a regular basis and even thought it passes itself off as an Islamic book shop, I think there is a total of half a dozen token books in the window. The so called store at the rear is clearly a mosque as you can see people praying there all the time. I’ve walked past many times on a Friday and there are hoards of men hanging around outside, you often have to fight to get through. Is there anything that can be done as it is clearly illegal?

By MsBridgit on January 6th, 2013 at 5:12 am

Past English kings constructed Castles to repel invaders, Islam constructs Mosques similar to a dog that marks out its territory. Wakey Wakey people.

By Wendy on January 7th, 2013 at 3:47 am

They used mosques to disturb our peace of mind, to threaten us nonbelievers, to impose their socalled islamic power, to alienate us nonbelievers and to deprive us of a place to call home. The West had been misled and led astray by those devious moslem head covering and non headcovering moslem women/men.

By TN on January 13th, 2013 at 6:09 pm

HaHaHa! Look at these pathetic Islamo hypocrites at Daily Mail trying to smear campaign Gavin Boby’s efforts:

And they FAIL! Read the comments to the article. Thousands of people comment in his favor. Some even suggest a knighthood! Lol. Only a few Muslim nazi’s object – and who the hell cares? Islam is leaving Europe no matter what they say or do to object.

By SZ on January 14th, 2013 at 2:39 am

islam is CANCER!! You do nothing, it keeps spreading!

By Ralph Cerminara on January 14th, 2013 at 4:00 am

Well done guys, great to see. Assistance in Australia is needed too.

By Richard Taylor on January 19th, 2013 at 8:01 pm

Thank you for having the courage to stand up and be counted. All good patriots are indebted to you.

By Frank ahmed on January 24th, 2013 at 3:21 am

Impressive work. Im not rich but im posting you a donation because i know howimportant your work is. Gd bless.

By Heino on March 22nd, 2013 at 11:22 pm

The Cricklewood Mosque saga is entering into the next phase:

I have today received a letter from Camden Council (since I was one of the objectors in the first decision) that the “owners” have appealed.

The decision will now be deferred from the local council to the the Planning Inspectorate. It’s not yet on their online database:

I’ll keep you posted.

By Heino on March 22nd, 2013 at 11:40 pm

In the meantime, there’s another “cultural centre” trying to convert to D1 use from a shop.

This one is from the Afghani community – right opposite the Willesden Magistrate Court.

First, they were refused change of use to D1 in 2010 here:

Then, they were refused a single storey extension (classed as A3) here:

…but…being Muslims, ignored both refusals and did it anyway, all the while knowing that Brent Council is going to do fuck-all (to use a technical term) unless it being flagged by others (which we have now done).

Thus emboldened, the Afghani lot decided for it to be safe to list the mosque with the usual suspect mobile apps, here:

…note the capacity: 450! In a shop!

That entire road was a lovely old owner/occupier shop parade, none of the franchises were there, no Starbucks, Neros, Boots, WHSmith, independant double glazing & joinery guys etc.

Now…in just 2 years, the whole place is Muslims everywhere. Muslim kebaps, Halal butchers, Muslim sweets, Muslim Cafe and, of course: MUSLIMS EVERYWHERE!

By Annonymous on May 25th, 2013 at 11:27 am

It is like a disease caused indirectly by the rise of Asia.

I hope to go back to a cured UK or an UK that is free from islamic and other oriental disease.


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