The UK border police have in the past been accused of letting a few bad apples slip through the net in terms of terrorists and radical extremists, but the last few days has seen the British border police performing their job with the upmost competence. The UK faced 2 of the (obviously) most serious threats it has ever seen last week in the form of a smart young man and two rather pretty young ladies in their early 20’s trying to enter our land to perform such horrors as interviewing people for their Youtube channels, and championing free speech.
Well, that it seems was a step too far. The police were waiting at the airport for Brittany Pettibone and her partner Martin Sellner. They separated them, confiscated their passports and took them to detention centres for 3 days. Martin was due to give a speech *on free speech* at speakers corner, Hyde park, and Brittany was due to interview Tommy Robinson. They explain what happened here…
A few days later, their friend Lauren Southern was also detained at the UK border in Calais. Shockingly, she was held under section 7 of the terrorism act, even though the officers clearly stated that they do not suspect her of being a terrorist. She explains here…
Both stories are absolutely shocking.
It is incredible how the UK authorities manage to let in known terrorists (some of whom have gone on to commit terrorist attacks in London), people who are returning from ISIS training camps in Syria and radical extremist preachers, yet they see these 3 young people as so dangerous that they cannot be let into the country.
What is going on? Where are the UK’s priorities? Why let the terrorists and radical extremists in but ban the obviously non-threatening journalists? Who is considered more dangerous: A guy who will wants to drive a truck over innocent bystanders on London bridge, or two female journalists who want to talk about the failure of multiculturalism and the threat that extremism poses to the UK and Europe?
It seems the authorities decided that the female journalists posed more of a threat to the UK. This is literally the antithesis of PC nonsense.
London Bridge terror attack.
Also this week, I have been reading in horror recently about yet another, and another, and another rape gang of a specific religious and ethnic background that I dare not mention. The rape of underage girls is always abhorrent, but the most shocking thing about this story – and many other like it – is the the UK authorities ie. the Police and local Councils, KNEW ABOUT THE ABUSE FOR DECADES, AND DID NOTHING.
In Telford, just as in Rotherham and literally dozens of other towns in the UK, the British authorities chose to turn a blind eye to the abuse of these girls and the desperate pleading for help from their families. In some situations, and at their wits end because the Police wont do anything, the fathers of these abused girls would go and confront the rapists – only to be arrested by the police who should have been protecting their daughters.
One girl describes how at the age of 12, she would visit the contraception clinic several times a week to obtain the morning after pill, yet no-one ever questioned her why.
So in these rape gang cases we can clearly see that the UK authorities knew exactly what was going on, but decided that the safety and dignity of literally 1000’s of underage girls was less important than the political agenda of multiculturalism. What is it about multiculturalism and political correctness that is so important, that it is worth sacrificing our children for?
One of the victims, Lucy Lowe, 16, died alongside her mum and sister after her abuser Azhar Ali Mehmood, 26, set fire to their house.
All of these stories have one thing in common: The UK does not have its priorities straight.
Is it really possible that we could be so blind as to what is happening in this country? Are we so afraid of speaking out that we would rather suffer in silence?
When it begins to dawn on you that those in charge do not have your best interests at heart – or to go even further, those in charge who seem to be actively trying to destroy your country, it can be extremely frightening. But I would say do not be afraid!
I think the tables turned when the UK public voted Brexit. For the first time in a generation the British public stood up and were proud to be British again – despite decades of those in charge trying their level best to get us to forget who we are.
This sunday I will be going to speakers corner on Sunday at 3pm to listen to Tommy Robinson give the speech on free speech, that Martin Sellner wanted to give. I would invite you all to join me.