“It’s time to stand up” 15

Tommy Robinson leads the protest against Muslim terrorism and the Islamization of Britain, Sunday June 11, 2017.

 

(Hat-tip to our British associate, Chauncey Tinker)

Posted under Britain, Islam, jihad, Muslims, Terrorism, United Kingdom, War by Jillian Becker on Monday, June 12, 2017

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  • Apparently the definition of a hate crime in the UK has just been extended to include “unfriendliness”. This is causing quite a storm of consternation among free speech advocates.

    • So, like St. Paul, the British opinion-enforcers want us all to love each other. Except the Muslims don’t have to. And nobody has to love the Jews, of course. They are the eternal exception.

      Could you give me a link? I’d like to comment on it on either the Website or Facebook. Or possibly both.

      • This is a lot more complicated than it looks. Parliament is in recess – so this cannot be a change to the law, instead it is a re-interpretation of the existing law. Why on is the CPS trying to re-interpret the law during the summer recess? Could it be they have some sort of non-democratic agenda? The fact that our current laws are so open to interpretation in the first place is a subject in its own right.

        Here is a link to the story at the DT (note how the formerly great DT is now publishing an article that is just falling in line with the identity politics agenda. Instead of saying – “this law is stupid!”, “hate crime is a totally flawed concept!”, what they are actually saying is “but what about women??”.

        By Joan Smith – “Chair of the Mayor’s Panel for Violence Against Women and Girls”

        http://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/life/man-tweeted-wanted-see-lying-face-down-ditch-isnt-hate-crime/

        Gina Miller is of course the woman who has campaigned harder than anybody to derail Brexit.

        • As we all know, the very notion of a “hate crime” is ridiculous. Either a crime has been committed or it hasn’t been committed. If it has, the emotion behind it is irrelevant. Calling people nasty names used to “common abuse” and was no crime. Nor is it. Anyone can call the caller nasty names right back. We know what’s behind this…

      • Another response this one from spiked:

        http://www.spiked-online.com/newsite/article/we-dont-need-the-state-to-police-hate/20232

        What’s missing (and why I may do a write-up on this) is when this new ruling will apply. If you get arrested for a “hate crime” in the UK today you may get a sentence or you may get off scot-free, depending on whether you have a good lawyer.

  • Hi Jillian – I had a brief chat on gab today with the co-author of Tommy’s latest book Peter McCoughlin. I think you said you had ordered a copy, if you happen to write a short review we would be very happy to re-post at the Participator if you like.

    • Yes, I have it, “Mohammed’s Koran”. It is the Koran. I’ve “reviewed” – ie. slated – the Koran many times through many years. I could not treat it as I do other books. What I can do is commend McLoughlin’s and Robinson’s treatment of it on our Facebook page. I will do that.

  • Strange happenings in London today:

    https://twitter.com/Braithwaite66

    A march, was it a march? What was it? Unannounced almost it seems an unknown group of football fans converged on the centre of London today. A media blackout at al-Beeb, no mention. What was happening? Some of the marchers laid

    wreaths at London Bridge to honour the memory of those who died in
    recent terror attacks. The group was addressed by several speakers
    including leaders from the Sikh community.

    http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/06/24/antifa-anti-terrorism-protesters-descend-london/

    http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/820888/EDL-London-London-Bridge-Police-Presence-Monument-St-Pauls-Latest-News

    Strange days indeed, an invisible march of thousands that nobody can see, at least, nobody at the BBC. Meanwhile the BBC are reporting on Corbyn’s performance at a music festival, I will have more to say about that presently.

    • Listen at around @59 mins to a Sikh speaker:

      • The Sikh was very good. “Whitehall won’t do anything, it’s up to the common man” – or something very near that. Splendid! The common man may yet save Britain. As he always has. Thanks a ton for sending us the links and this video.

      • These men ARE John Bull!

        This march gives me hope for Britain.

      • liz

        Yes, Thanks! Very encouraging to watch!

  • liz

    Great video and event. Just like the Tea Party movement eventually bore fruit in the defeat of the Party of Treason and the election of Trump, this one in Britian must and will prevail over their own “traitor class”.