He is smiling and calm while the white man huffs and puffs at him impotently and asks him why he doesn't go "home", forgetting in his anger that he was born in Welling, in the London Borough of Bexley.
In the meantime, Choudary calmly continues to preach that it is only a matter of time before Islam takes over the West. He gloats at acts of terrorism while so far successfully dissociating himself from inciting the violence, being careful to remind his audience of the covenant of security every time he preaches.
Perhaps he should in addition ask the government what an antiwar Muslim is supposed to do to effectively protest against the military aggression being currently practised by members of NATO.
Should he and his followers join the BNP en masse and see what happens? There is no other party in the land other than the BNP who are explicitly against the invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan, after all.
The financial commitment is not that much really, as you can see at
He and his followers should turn up to a few BNP meetings and see what happens. If the BNP exclude them for some spurious Islamophobic reason, perhaps they can tell on them to the Equality and Human Rights Commission who will doubtless administer a well-aimed kick at the place where the BNP bollocks is supposed to be found.
I know Choudary doesn't believe in democracy, but joining the BNP would be an excellent way to show how hopeless it all is.