Keith Vaz, chairman of the Home Affairs Select Committee, who had called for the bloggers to be banned from the UK, said: "I welcome the home secretary's ban on Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer from entering the country. This is the right decision. The UK should never become a stage for inflammatory speakers who promote hate."Man, if that is what you are, if you can't find it worthwhile to condemn slavery in the most violent terms, what the hell do you condemn and what do you find hateful?
As I recall, the reasons given for their exclusion was that the government didn't need anybody coming over to rile up the natives about the murderers and slavers living among them unmolested by the police, courts or government officials who were all "down" with whatever the local muslim gangs wanted to do so long as there was no widespread "French" muslim violence. I suppose muslims hacking the head off a soldier outside his barracks might have breached the fragile peace they were willing to fantasize about.
They figured, "what's a few slaves?" There's millions of little girls so there's plenty to go around without carping about one or two thousand of them being led into a short life of slavery and abuse in just one little town in Great Britain.
To be honest, I'm not sure why they banned Martha Stewart or Michael Savage.
A Home Office spokesman said: "We can confirm that Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer are subject to an exclusion decision … We condemn all those whose behaviours and views run counter to our shared values and will not stand for extremism in any form."ReplyDelete
That's a further quote from the Guardian article and the irony there is astounding, given the history behind the Finsbury Park Mosque and the many like organizations. One wonders just what the hell has happened to the British.
I'm trying to give xbootneck a chance to reply but he tells me he can't post a reply. I don't know why.Delete