THOUSANDS of football fans gathered on London’s Park Lane in a demonstration against “extremism” this weekend and now some Labour MPs are trying to BAN a book against extremism.
The group’s founder John Meighan said the march was arranged to demonstrate concern at the “recent upsurge” of UK terror attacks in the wake of the Manchester and London bombings.
Britain is facing an existential crisis from a growing trend of low-tech attacks and bombings by Islamic Extremists, this year alone Britain has been plagued by more than 4 attacks, all in relation to Islam.
On March 22, 2017, Khalid Masood drove a rental car into pedestrians on London’s Westminster Bridge before exiting the vehicle and stabbing a police officer to death at the entrance to Parliament.
4 other people died as a result of the rampage, and 50 people were injured. Masood, a 52-year-old British man, was shot dead by other officers. He acted alone, police said, but many believe he was inspired by ISIS.
A bomb exploded in the foyer of Manchester Arena as people were leaving an Ariana Grande concert. 22 people, including young children, were killed in the sick terror attack.The bomber, Salman Abedi, a 22-year-old a British national of Libyan descent, also was killed, police said. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack.
Three men drove a van into pedestrians on London Bridge before going on a stabbing rampage at bars at nearby Borough Market. The attack killed eight people and injured more than 40 others. The attackers were shot dead by police. Police named the attackers as Khuram Shazad Butt, 27; Rachid Redouane, 30; and Youssef Zaghba, 22. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack, though the group provided no evidence for its involvement. Butt is believed to have associated with the outlawed radical Islamist group al-Muhajiroun, co-founded by notorious hate preacher Anjem Choudary.
A man drove a van into a group of pedestrians who had attended late-night Ramadan prayers at London’s Finsbury Park Mosque, police said, killing one man and injuring 11 other people. Police arrested Darren Osborne, 47, a resident of Cardiff in Wales, on suspicion of murder and terrorism offences. Osborne was said to have been inspired to attack Muslims because of the previous terror attacks carried out in the name of Islam.
An improvised bomb detonated on a London Underground tube train at about 8:20 a.m. local time at the Parsons Green station in central London. More than 25 people were treated at hospitals for injuries, most apparently the result of flash burns, thankfully, no one was killed. Ahmed Hassan, an Iraqi immigrant was arrested and charged with terrorism offences.
So, you’d think after a year of unprecedented terrorist attacks in Britain – taking us back to the dark days of the IRA, our political leaders and lawmakers would try to solve the problem.
Apart from ‘thoughts and prayers’ our political class have no real solution, all we have is hashtags, vigils and candles.
It falls to the people on the fringes of society who are often labelled as racist to call out the status-quo and attempt to bring these uncomfortable issues to the national attention, one, most notably, is Tommy Robinson.
He is probably one of the most misunderstood figures in Britain today, the ex-leader of the EDL turned citizen journalist for Rebel Media UK is often labelled as a ‘racist’ when in reality Robinson is a man that has been demonised for trying to defend Britain against the rising threat of Islamic Extremism.
Robinson has recently released a book called ‘Mohammed’s Koran: Why Muslims Kill for Islam’ detailing why Muslims kill for Islam.
And now, these four Labour MPs along with local politicians, are trying to ban Robinson from holding a book launch at the Bowlers exhibition centre in Manchester for his 5-star Amazon rated book.
Kate Green MP
Afzal Khan MP
Andrew Gwynne MP
Daniel Carden MP
Theresa Griffin MEP
Julie Ward MEP
Wajid Khan MEP
Richard Leese, Leader of Manchester City Council
Tom Ross – Deputy Mayor of Trafford Council
Andrew Western – Leader of Trafford Labour Group
Not only are these MPs and local political leaders trying to silence free speech by calling for the banning of Robinsons book launch, they are silencing some of the 550,000 Britons who agree with Robinson.
Labours Kate Green MP said that “Mr Robinson’s political opinions are vicious, divisive and dangerous, and he is not welcome in our diverse, multicultural and friendly communities here in Greater Manchester. I abhor all forms of discrimination, including anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, and all forms of racism, and I warmly support Unite Against Fascism in their campaign against this event.”
But shouldn’t everyone be entitled to have the freedom to share their view? To write a book? Why should the left-wingers dominate the debate about Islamic Extremism and Islam?
Robinson says that “as the problem with Islamic terrorism gets worse by the year. Politicians are lying to you and your children. They are working to enable the violent Islamic takeover of the West. When the state and the professional classes are aligned with Islam, you owe it to your family to learn the true scale of the problem.”
He adds “Why are most of the terrorists in the West drawn from the small percentage of our population who are Muslims? This book makes it perfectly clear that Islam is a religion of war and conquest, and that this is precisely how Islam was viewed in the West, right up until thousands of innocent Americans were wiped out on 9/11.”
The book shows how Jihad has been the fundamental component leading to Islam’s success. And the book claims to prove that this account of Islam was known by the educated elite across the West for centuries and attempts to prove that “Islam as a Religion of Peace” is one of the biggest lies of the 21st century.
Paul Jenkins of Unite Against Fascism said: ‘The EDL founder’s book is a racist one. We reject his attempts to try to blame Muslims for the terrible attacks in the Arena and elsewhere. Most people in Greater Manchester oppose racism. ‘Tommy Robinson’ is not the first fascist to write a book – Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf helped him to build the Nazi Party in Germany and to carry out the horror of the Holocaust.”[ecwid_product id=”93852644″ display=”picture title price options addtobag” version=”2″ show_border=”1″ show_price_on_button=”1″ center_align=”1″]