Monday, 2 March 2015



#‎JihadiJohn‬ ‪#‎BritishCollusionwithDeathsQuads‬ There is extremely important anti-imperialist work to do for those of us who live in london/england, the heart of whiteness and neo-colonialism which is at the centre of the neo-colonial terrorism industry. The sad fact is that there is only very few of us who are doing this work in defence of our Global South peoples, and literally it is Dan Glazebrook, Nu'man Abd Al-Wahid, Raza Megz, Eisa Ali, Abdullah Hasib and myself as well as some support and work from Carlos Martinez. We really need more people doing the anti-imperialist and decolonial probing and investigative journalism.

"On Sun 01 March London based anti-imperialist investigative journalist Sukant Chandan appears on a Press TV news piece discussing the British state's Islamophobic and neo-colonial collusion with and facilitation of death squad recruits from London and England to Syria and elsewhere to deliver the strategic aims of imperialism and its regional allies in israel, the gulf monarchies and Turkey to destroy any actual or potential opposition to their hegemony."

- Sukant Chandan, Sons of Malcolm

Friday, 27 February 2015


'Cage Prisoners' Asim Qureshi and Cerie Bullivant with stop the war coalition leader 
john rees sandwiched in the middle. rees and the rest of the stop the war leadership seems to be defending and promoting neo-colonial death squads since at least 2011

A WHOLE load more questions raised in the Cageprisoners / ‪JihadiJohn‬ ‪Emwazi‬ scandal. Not many people are asking them as many political interests (left, liberal, british state, nato, intel services, pro Ikhwan, Qaeda, Nusra, Isis, and other pro neo-colonial death squad interests) are pro actively in a direct and indirect conspiracy to keep this all quiet. ONLY the victims and governments who are countering and fighting back this unholy alliance have a actively vested interest and modus operand to defeat this covert and not so covert neo-colonial death squad project.

Here is an incomplete list of things, analysis and probing into this developing madness:

1, Asim Qureshi and his other 'Cage Prisoner' colleagues have been utterly naive and amateurish in dealing with the press etc in this latest death squad controversy expose. They have obviously got so smug that they thought that any of the nonsense they would be saying to a hyper anti-Muslim and colonial media would have had some kind of effective approach.

2, The whole Cage Prisoner and related pro death squad circles narrative and discourse is so tricky and flawed its astounding, ie.,

a, they think that by saying in the mainstream colonial media that the Mi5 were responsible for creating someone into a head chopping nut job is gonna wash with anyone outside their death squad sympathising circles. It wouldn't, it hasn't and it won't.

b, By saying some Mi5 harassment is what was the main thing that forced him / encouraged him / pushed him into 'ISIS' IN THE WAY THEY HAVE ARTICULATED IT, is just very simple minded political nonsense, as no one outside their neo-colonial death squad circle believes any of that utter rubbish. And the conlusions from such a twisted narrative is even more ridiculous.

c, If Mi5 harassment is so bad, and the british state are so bad (which they are, indeed, they are the smartest, craftiest and bloodiest of all political entities ever known to Humanity), then why have they had secret meetings with Mi5?? Have they had any other meetings with Mi5 that we do not know about? Probably. What other direct or indirect dealings have THEY had with the intel services? MORE OF THIS INFORMATION WILL COME OUT FROM THEM, of that I have no doubt.

d, To go down a critique of the intel services is one I would encourage, but NOT in the tricky and stupid way 'Cage' are. Of course, like the british state, Cage cannot really have a proper expose of the intel services, as both the british state AND Cage and related 'takfiri' death squad fanboys/girls and organisers are deeply implicated in THE SAME death squad project in Libya, Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan, etc as the British and other leading nato countries, israel, turkey and the gulf monarchies are leading.

3, The fact that Asim Qureshi is so in love with Emwazi/'JJ', a whole load more questions should arise therefrom:

i, What are the ideological affinities between Cage and the project that Emwazi/JJ has seemed to get involved with?

ii, What political advice is Cage giving to wannabe death squad members like Emwazi/JJ seems to be? Cage's OWN number 1 hero  - Moazzam Begg - himself has secret meetings with Mi5 to then get the green light to train death squads in Syria (and elsewhere? Libya?), SO THATS A CLEAR EXAMPLE HE AND THEY ARE SETTING TO OTHERS. How can they blame the Mi5 in this sordid neo-colonial covert operations when they themselves are dancing with the devil in secret?

iii, When did Asim Qureshi and Co realise that JJ was (in Asim's own words of late!) most likely Emwazi, and what political acts did they make in light of that? Meaning: did they try and cover their own backs? Did they have communication with the british state in relation to this, and what was the nature of that communication?

iv, WHAT OTHER death squad nut jobs are Cage protecting, facilitating, working with etc? My hunch is that MORE DEATH SQUAD NUTS THAT CAGE ARE PROTECTING WILL BE EXPOSED IN THE MONTHS AND FEW YEARS AHEAD

v, Considering that the Cage is deeply implicated in so much mess (lee rigby killers, Moazzam going to train head choppers in Syria, now Emwazi/JJ scandal), how is it that the british state can allow Cage to still operate, I hear their official semi state funding (Joseph Rowntree Foundation etc) funding has dried up, their account is frozen, I know Moazzam got a million or two as 'compensation' from the british state for his detention ordeals, but its amazing that Anjem Choudhury-like they are able to continue to operate politically and getting wall to wall mainstream coverage.

vi, Some may say that Emwazi/JJ became a maniac death squad type after his communication with Cage Prisoners. However, when we, including me use these terms like 'maniac', it implies that a person needs to be some grunting crazy foaming at the mouth nutcase to do these depraved things, but the reality is that these things are done by our neighbours, class mates etc, whoI know someone who is supportive of the Nusra/Isis stuff and also has had some work done in his favour by Cage Prisoners, and he is a very good neighbour to me growing up in my community, he would literally jump to my physical defence if someone was being aggressive to me in the local park, but then would happily justify and possibly take part in whatever madness these death squads are doing and very vocifersouly defend the ideological/'religious' basis of Isis/Nusra type of shite.

All in all, this whole nonsense should raise many many more questions and alarm bells unless people are blinded by obvious obvious obvious things cos they got a soft spot or are in love with the death squads a la Asim Qureshi and crew.

- Sukant Chandan, Sons of Malcom


A counter response to: "He [Emwazi ie., the alleged 'Jihadi John'] was such a beautiful young man, really," - Asim Qureshi of the pro neo-colonial death squad organisation: 'Cage Prisoners'

"A "beautiful man" does not behead, divide & ruin for neo-colonialism / Real beautiful men fight back neo-colonialism, unite, decolonise and advance our peoples"

- Sukant Chandan, Sons of Malcolm 

Tuesday, 24 February 2015


Senshido's Shredder is a very effective self defence system

Sukant Chandan
Sons of Malcolm

On the way to work walking down to the tube platform at farringdon station this morning, I noticed 15metres ahead of me a working class white man in his thirties (with his shorter white side kick who just gawps and smiles throughout) being a bit loud to someone on the bench, I checked the face of the guy on the bench (South Asian) and he was smiling and kind of laughing, but as I took a few more steps towards them it was clear that the white guy was being abusive so I continue to walk up and see that the guy on the bench is with his partner/wife (South Asian sister in a hijab) and I stand right in in between the white racist and the couple on the bench with both being a few yards away from me. This immediately stops the racist being abusive to the couple and he starts abusing me, (ALL of this happens within 10secs), I just stand there emotionless staring at him, a train comes and he goads me to come into the train: "don't be a f****g hero, come on the train if you want some" etc. he shows spit dripping of his tongue to me and the train starts to pull away, I continue to stare at him until he is out of sight. I speak to the couple, the white racist basically just came up to them out of the blue and started abusing them.

We exchanged a few words and I got on the train and tried to read my James Baldwin book on racism and homphobia, but was and still am overwhelmed terribly with feelings of anger and upset because:

1, its 2015 and in central london in broad daylight in a public place a racist can abuse three non-white people,

2, he can do so without anyone else intervening (there was a female white dread on the next bench who obviously didnt like the abuse but said nothing), the platform tube staff member didn't even notice,

3, I feel terrible that the couple had to endure that abuse and dealt with it as best they could, but the way they did left me feeling very disempowered, and

4, that I did not administer any immediate justice. Despite this, I suppose I did the best I could, intervened, showed that we can literally stand together and face off racists, but.

Fact is, we always need to be self defensive combat ready and prepare for that. These racists understand only one language, and I am not advocating violence, but if I had verbally pushed him back it would have gone to a physical situation within seconds, and what would have been the best antidote for scumbags like that is to spend a few weeks in hospital to reflect on their abusive behaviour. This is not for everyone, but those who can should prepare accordingly, and In this framework of self defence I don't agree with killing people unless your life is in danger and it was necessity, I do remember the pertinent words of Malcolm X: "our religion teaches us to be intelligent. Be peaceful, be courteous, obey the law, respect everyone; but if someone lays a hand on you, send him to the cemetery.That's a good religion."

Anyway, I would like to take this opportunity to mention the Islamophobia Awards 2015, which is organised by the Islamic Human Rights Commission who are the vanguard anti-racist advocacy organisation from the Muslim community who have done and continue to do excellent work around anti-Muslim racism/Islamophobia. This event is a well organised wonderful evening of jokes, comedy, and poking fun at anti-Muslim racism and those who promote it, with our special guest Aamer Rahman performing live this year.

Not only do we need to do the street and community stuff, but also need organisations like this to do the serious work on all levels to combat our enemy and empower our peoples, and also celebrate and enjoy our solidarity and we need to gather together, laugh and eat good food to deal with the nonsense we go through here in the 'west' and that which our peoples go through in the Homelands.

Monday, 23 February 2015


Egypt is calling the West’s bluff over its phony war on ISIS


Western states are trumpeting ISIS as the latest threat to civilisation, claiming total commitment to their defeat, and using the group’s conquests in Syria and Iraq as a pretext for deepening their own military involvement in the Middle East.

Yet as Libya seems to be following the same path as Syria – of ‘moderate’ anti-government militias backed by the West paving the way for ISIS takeover – Britain and the US seem reluctant to confront them there, immediately pouring cold water on Egyptian President Sisi’s request for an international coalition to halt their advances. By making the suggestion – and having it, predictably, spurned – Sisi is making clear Western duplicity over ISIS and the true nature of NATO policy in Libya.

On August 29, 2011, two months before the last vestiges of the Libyan state were destroyed and its leader executed, I was interviewed on Russia Today about the country’s future. I told the station: “There’s been a lot of talk about what will happen [in Libya after the ouster of Gaddafi] – will there be sharia law, will there be a liberal democracy? What we have to understand is that what will replace the Libyan state won’t be any of those things, what will replace the Libyan state will be the same as what has replaced the state in Iraq and Afghanistan, which is a dysfunctional government, complete lack of security, gang warfare and civil war. And this is not a mistake from NATO. They would prefer to see failed states than states that are powerful and independent and able to challenge their hegemony. And people who are fighting for the TNC, fighting for NATO, really need to understand that this is NATO’s vision for their country.” Friends at the time told me I was being overly pessimistic and cynical. I said I hoped to God they were right. But my experiences over a decade following the results of my own country (Britain)’s wars of aggression in places like Kosovo, Afghanistan and Iraq long after the mainstream media had lost interest, led me to believe otherwise.

Of course, it was not only me who was making such warnings. On March 6, 2011, several weeks before NATO began seven months of bombing, Gaddafi gave a prophetic interview with French newspaper Le Monde du Dimanche, in which he stated: “I want to make myself understood: if one threatens [Libya], if one seeks to destabilize [Libya], there will be chaos, Bin Laden, armed factions. That is what will happen. You will have immigration, thousands of people will invade Europe from Libya. And there will no longer be anyone to stop them. Bin Laden will base himself in North Africa and will leave Mullah Omar in Afghanistan and Pakistan. You will have Bin Laden at your door step.”

He specifically warned that Derna, a town that had already provided large numbers of suicide bombers to Iraq, would become an “Islamist emirate” on the Mediterranean. Gaddafi’s warnings were mocked in the Western media (although many intelligence experts, in under-reported comments, backed his assertions), and few in Europe had ever heard of Derna. Until November 2014, that is – when ISIS announced their takeover of the city, the first of three in Libya now under their control. Their most recent conquest, Sirte, Gaddafi’s hometown, was heralded by the posting onto youtube of the beheading of 21 Coptic Christians they had captured there last December. They are widely believed to have been immigrant workers from one of the poorest parts of Egypt.

Sirte had been a pro-government stronghold during NATO’s onslaught in 2011, and one of the last cities to fall - the result of its ferocious resistance and zero support for the ‘rebels’. It was subjected to a massive siege and became the scene of some of the  war crimes of the war, both by NATO and their allies on the ground. Now that the people of Sirte have been forced to live – and die – under the latest incarnation of NATO’s ‘heroic freedom fighters’ - it is becoming ever clearer why they fought so hard to keep them out in the first place. Yet even this massacre is eclipsed by the almost 600 Libyan National Army soldiers killed by ISIS and their allies in their battle to take Benghazi over the last three years.

This is the state of affairs NATO bequeathed to Libya, reversing the country’s trajectory as a stable, prosperous pan-African state that was a leading player in the African Union and a thorn in the side of US and British attempts to re-establish military domination. And it is not only Libya that has suffered; the power vacuum resulting from NATO’s wholesale destruction of the Libyan state apparatus has dragged the whole region into the vortex. As Brendan O Neill has shown in detail, the daily horrors being perpetrated in Mali, Nigeria and now Cameroon are all a direct result of NATO’s bloodletting, as death squads from across the entire Sahel-Sahara region have been given free reign to set up training camps and loot weapons across the giant zone of lawlessness which NATO have sculpted out of Libya.

The result? African states that in 2010 were forging ahead economically, greatly benefitting from Chinese infrastructure and manufacturing investment, moving away from centuries of colonial and neo-colonial dependence on extortionate Western financial institutions, have been confronted with massive new terror threats from groups such as Boko Haram, flush with new weaponry and facilities courtesy of NATO’s humanitarianism. Algeria and Egypt, too, still governed by the same independent-minded movements which overthrew European colonialism, have seen their borders destabilised, setting the stage for ongoing debilitating attacks planned and executed from NATO’s new Libyan militocracy. This is the context in which Egypt is launching the regional fightback against NATO’s destabilisation strategy.

Over the past year in particular, Egyptians have witnessed their Western neighbour rapidly descending down the same path of ISIS takeover as Syria. In Syria, a civil war between a Western-sponsored insurgency and an elected secular government has seen the anti-government forces rapidly fall under the sway of ISIS, as the West’s supposed ‘moderates’ in the Free Syrian Army either join forces with ISIS (impressed by their military prowess, hi-tech weaponry, and massive funding) or find themselves overrun by them. In Libya, the same pattern is quickly developing. The latest phase in the Libyan disaster began last June when the militias who dominated the previous parliament (calling themselves the ‘Libya Dawn’ coalition) lost the election and refused to accept the results, torching the country’s airport and oil storage facilities as opening salvos in an ongoing civil war between them and the newly elected parliament. Both parliaments have the allegiance of various armed factions, and have set up their own rival governments, each controlling different parts of the country. But, starting in Derna last November, areas taken by the Libya Dawn faction have begun falling to ISIS. Last weekend’s capture of Sirte was the third major town to be taken by them, and there is no sign that it will be the last. This is the role that has consistently been played by the West’s proxies across the region – paving the way and laying the ground for ISIS takeover. Egyptian President Sisi’s intervention – airstrikes against ISIS targets in Libya - aims to reverse this trajectory before it reaches Iraqi-Syrian proportions.

The internationally-recognised Libyan government based in Tobruk – the one appointed by the House of Representatives that won the election last summer - has welcomed the Egyptian intervention. Not only, they hope, will it help prevent ISIS takeover, but will also cement Egyptian support for their side in the ongoing civil war with ‘Libya Dawn’. Indeed, Egypt could, with some justification, claim that winning the war against ISIS requires a unified Libyan government committed to this goal, and that the Dawn’s refusal to recognise the elected parliament , not to mention their ‘ambiguous’ attitude towards ISIS, is the major obstacle to achieving such an outcome.

Does this mean that the Egyptian intervention will scupper the UN’s ‘Libya dialogue’ peace talks initiative? Not necessarily; in fact if could have the opposite effect. The first two rounds of the talks were boycotted by the General National Congress (the Libya Dawn parliament), safe in the knowledge that they would continue to receive weapons and financing from NATO partners Qatar and Turkey whilst the internationally-recognised Tobruk government remained under an international arms embargo. As the UK’s envoy to the Libya Dialogue, Jonathan Powell, noted this week, the “sine qua non for a [peace] settlement” is a “mutually hurting stalemate”. By balancing up the scales in the civil war, Egyptian support military support for the Tobruk government may show the GNC that taking the talks seriously will be more in their interests than continuation of the fight.

Sisi’s call for the military support of the West in his intervention has effectively been rejected, as he very likely expected it to be. A joint statement by the US and Britain and their allies on Tuesday poured cold water on the idea, and no wonder – they did not go to all the bother of turning Libya into the centre of their regional destabilisation strategy only to then try to stabilise it just when it is starting to bear fruit. However, by forcing them to come out with such a statement, Sisi has called the West’s bluff. The US and Britain claim to be committed to the destruction of ISIS, a formation which is the product of the insurgency they have sponsored in Syria for the past four years, and Sisi is asking them to put their money where their mouth is. They have refused to do so. In the end, the Egyptian resolution to the UN Security Council on Wednesday made no mention of calling for military intervention by other powers, and limited itself to calling for an end to the one-sided international arms embargo which prevents the arming of the elected government but does not seem to deter NATO’s regional partners from openly equipping the ‘Libya Dawn’ militias. Sisi has effectively forced the West to show its hand: their rejection of his proposal to support the intervention makes it clear to the world the two-faced nature of their supposed commitment to the destruction of ISIS.

There are, however, deep divisions on this issue in Europe. France is deepening its military presence in the Sahel-Sahara region, with 3000 troops based in Chad, Niger, Burkina Faso and Mali and a massive new base opened on the Libyan border in Niger last October, and would likely welcome a pretext to extend its operations to its historic protectorate in Southern Libya. Italy, likewise, is getting cold feet about the destabilisation it helped to unleash, having not only damaged a valuable trading partner, but increasingly being faced with hundreds of thousands of refugees fleeing the horror and destitution that NATO has gifted the region. But neither are likely to do anything without UNSC approval, which is likely to continue to be blocked by the US and Britain, who are more than happy to see countries like Russian-allied Egypt and Chinese-funded Nigeria weakened and their development retarded by terror bombings. Sisi’s actions will, it is hoped, not only make abundantly clear the West’s acquiescence in the horrors it has created – but also pave the way for an effective fightback against them.

Dan Glazebrook, for RT.

Dan Glazebrook is a political writer and author of “Divide and Ruin: The West's Imperial Strategy in an Age of Crisis”.


Kim Yong Nam Sends Message of Sympathy to Egyptian President

Pyongyang, February 18 (KCNA) -- Kim Yong Nam, president of the Presidium of the DPRK Supreme People's Assembly of the DPRK, Wednesday sent a message of sympathy to Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in connection with the fact that 21 Egyptians, who had been recently abducted in Libya, were mercilessly killed by terrorists.

The message extended sympathy and consolation to the president, government and people of Egypt and the bereaved families of the victims.

The DPRK government strongly denounces terrorism against Egyptians in Libya from its consistent stand of opposing all forms of terrorism and any support to it, the message said.

It reiterated the invariable support and solidarity of the DPRK with the efforts of the Egyptian government and people to protect security and stability of the country and national unity.

Ri Su Yong Sends Message of Sympathy to Egyptian FM

Pyongyang, February 18 (KCNA) -- Ri Su Yong, foreign minister of the DPRK, Wednesday sent a message of sympathy to his Egyptian counterpart Sameh Shoukry in connection with the fact that 21 Egyptians, who had been recently abducted in Libya, were mercilessly killed by terrorists.
The message expressed deep sympathy to the bereaved families of the victims and extended full support and solidarity to the efforts of the Egyptian Foreign Ministry to protect security and stability of the country and realize durable peace in the Middle East.