BSNews Co-editor Mike Raddie talks with RT about White Helmets

BSN co-editor Mike Raddie discusses funding of the White Helmets and how British citizens could be on the wrong side of anti terrorism legislation by paying taxes which the UK government is providing to this terrorist group in Syria.

Terrorism Act 2000

Fund-raising.

(1) A person commits an offence if he—

(a )invites another to provide money or other property, and

(b ) intends that it should be used, or has reasonable cause to suspect that it may be used, for the purposes of terrorism.

(2) A person commits an offence if he—

(a) receives money or other property, and

(b) intends that it should be used, or has reasonable cause to suspect that it may be used, for the purposes of terrorism.

(3) A person commits an offence if he—

(a) provides money or other property, and

(b) knows or has reasonable cause to suspect that it will or may be used for the purposes of terrorism.

(4) In this section a reference to the provision of money or other property is a reference to its being given, lent or otherwise made available, whether or not for consideration.


Mike Raddie is co-editor at BSNews

One Comment

  1. Very interesting article here and I wonder how this can be taken forward.
    There is overwelming evidence that the White Helmets are embedded with Al Qeada – probably obvious to many people who take 15 minutes to research.
    So, I know full well my tax money goes to Al Qeada so technically am in breach of terror laws.

    My MP (Jo Johnson) is not interested. I’m not sure I could raise it with my employer who pays my tax to the government. I am a member of a trade union and wonder if that is a route to take.

    Perhaps I should go to my local police and hand myself in?

    Any opinions would be gratefully received. And happy to be part of any wider campaign.

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