10 mars 2018

Charia et liberté d'expression au Royaume-Uni : la bataille de mars 2018


La censure des dirigeants de l'UE pro-islam et anti-peuple européen va devenir de plus en plus importante au fur et à mesure des progrès de l'islamisation et de l'immigration qu'ils favorisent depuis 45 ans en échange d'immenses pots-de-vin du Qatar, de l'Arabie saoudite et des patrons des multinationales appartenant à la Trilatérale. 

Pourquoi je dis ça ? J'ai l'air de sortir ça de mon chapeau. Mais pas du tout.

Brittany Pettibone, une américaine qui se bat contre le racisme anti-blanc, le multiculturalisme et le relativisme destructeurs de la culture occidentale, le néo-féminisme qui ne voit de mal que dans le mâle blanc hétérosexuel et l'islamisation, a été arrêtée et est enfermée depuis 3 jours comme une terroriste dans une prison anglaise pour voir voulu faire un discours à Hyde Park, au Speaker's Corner, une institution anglaise de la liberté d'expression, un petit coin du parc où tout un chacun peut venir prêcher n'importe quoi du moment que ça n'enfreint pas les lois. 

The UE medias and politicians will become more severe with political activist who fight against islamisation. They send the medias or the antifas or the muslims or the policemen or the justice to do the job of stopping free speech.

La vidéo (en anglais) dans laquelle elle annonce la suppression d'une conférence par l'Etat anglais et sa décision d'aller parler au Speaker's Corner.
London Speech Cancelled Due To Security Risk, But We're Still Going. Join Us!

La vidéo (en anglais) de Peter Sweden qui parle de la situation le samedi 10 mars 2018 à 18h00 heure de Londres : 
BREAKING: Brittany Pettibone & Martin Sellner ARRESTED & BANNED from UK w/ Caolan Robertson    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qLpserUmiG8

Ne croyez pas qu'en France ce soit différent. La 17e chambre a été spécialement conçue comme un instrument de procès politique punissant les crimes de pensée islamophobes. Vous n'irez pas au goulag, mais devrez débourser vos sous pour vous défendre d'avoir dit la vérité sur l'islam, serez peut-être passibles d'une amende et d'une peine de prison de quelques mois avec sursis (en attendant la prochaine condamnation). 

Pierre Cassen, Pascal Bruckner, Georges Bensoussan, Christine Tasin, Michel Houellebecq et des dizaines d'autres sont passés entre les mains de cette juridiction criminalisant la liberté de penser. Les hurluberlus de Charlie Hebdo n'a pas eu besoin de passer par cette 17e chambre. Ils ont reçu une autre sorte de leçon.

En attendant, les vrais criminels, ceux qui financent les terroristes d'al-Qaida avec l'argent des contribuables français, ceux qui laissent entrer par centaines de milliers chaque année des immigrants musulmans, ceux qui trahissent les Français au profit de l'OMC, de l'UE et de l'OCI, sont toujours en liberté, et ils sont même au pouvoir. Je ne vais pas citer de noms, mais certains auraient dit que le front al-Nosra fait du bon boulot, d'autres auraient dit : « Cessons de parler d’État islamique, ils trahissent la religion qu’ils prétendent servir. Ce sont juste des assassins. » 

Au Royaume-Uni, c'est pareil. La semaine où ont eu lieu l'enfermement et la déportation : https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2018/mar/09/national-disgrace-fury-over-100m-aid-deal-between-uk-and-saudi-arabia

Pourquoi je dis ça ? J'ai l'air de sortir ça de mon chapeau. Mais pas du tout.


Brittany Pettibone & Martin Sellner GULAGED in the UK for Planning to Interview Tommy Robinson

Lauren Southern was planning on meeting up with her friends in the UK to make videos. But it seems Brittany Pettibone and Martin Sellner were detained for planning on interviewing Tommy Robinson in the UK. UK police are holding them both in individual locations and questioning them without them actually committing a crime.


London Free Speech Rally for Brittany Pettibone & Martin Sellner Being Political Prisoners

London Free Speech Rally after Brittany Pettibone and Martin Sellner were kidnapped by the British authorities and held without charge and the only excuses given were Martin being "Part of a Rightwing Group" and that they were going to interview one of their own citizens, Tommy Robinson, and that the UK had labeled him an extremist.

The group known as "Pro Great Britain" held the event. 3/11/2018.
This video is intended to document the event. 
Some action begins around 32: 00


Tommy Robinson (Virtue Of The West)


United Kingdom Authorities: Cease Your Madness

In response to the unlawful detainment of Martin Sellner, Brittany Pettibone and certain former members of the group National Action. Please note that I am not affiliated with any of these individuals or groups.



✅ Brittany Pettibone https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCesr... https://twitter.com/BrittPettibone ✅ Martin Sellner https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZ8u... https://twitter.com/Martin_Sellner

C : You are not the only ones. Polish writer, journalist - Rafał Ziemkiewicz and former Polish priest - Jacek Międlar were banned from UK for far right extremism.

Peter Sweden : A summary of the UK. 20 000 Islamic extremists are roaming the streets, but they cannot be deported. But a young America Conservative girl and her boyfriend are arrested and deported immediately - Merely for the fact that they are Conservatives!!! Absolute clown land. Great to see that Brittany and Martin are back safe!

C : This is leading to a new kind of war, this may be what brings the good, working people together to fight the tyranny all over our countrys. AMERICA is dealing with a lot of government partys protecting illegal criminal immigrant.


Brittany Pettibone & Martin Sellner Arrive in Vienna after UK Detention

Meet The 'Right Wing' Couple Banned From The UK (Tommy Robinson, Brittany Pettibone, Martin Sellner)

Hours after landing in Vienna following their release from a UK immigration detention centre, I sat down with Martin Sellner and Brittany Pettibone to discuss their ordeal, and to talk about the unfair and unreasonable harassment they have faced simply because of their conservative views.

Lauren Southern DETAINED & BANNED From UK | w/ Caolan Robertson (12.03.2018)

First Brittany Pettibone and Martin Sellner. Now Lauren Southern was banned from the UK. Lauren's producer Caolan Robertson updates us on the latest. Follow Caolan: https://www.twitter.com/caolanrob Follow Lauren: https://www.twitter.com/lauren_southern

Lauren Southern Detained in UK for "Racism"... Disgraceful

Caring about those Boer farmers was the last straw: http://archive.is/RxTbS The apparent "racist" material: https://twitter.com/CaolanRob/status/...

UK: Free Speech is dead. Journalist Detained and Deported, & Thousands Arrested. (RedPill Shark)

UK: Free Speech is already dead. Journalist Detained and deported. Wrong think is being policed on every front. Is the United Kingdom too far gone to be saved?

The Full Story: Why We Were Banned From The U.K. (Brittany Pettibone)

Gavin McInnes Interviews Brittany Pettibone & Martin Sellner on the Latest ORWELLIAN 

INSANITY (12.03.2018)

Activists Brittany Pettibone and Martin Sellner were detained and denied entry to Britain. They talk to Gavin about getting banned from the UK for plans to interview Tommy Robinson and visit Speakers' Corner. They also talk free speech, Generation Identity, what the bathrooms were like in the detention center, racism, diversity, and whether they're getting married!

C : This is the same shit everywhere in western countries. Poland and Hungary have successfully resisted for the moment, but that's all. I've certainly forgotten one or two strong and resistant countries. The other are in big danger of being destroyed : look at France, this is perhaps worse, I don't know. Look at Germany, Sweden, Italia, Netherlands, Denmark, Belgium, etc. The strategy is to destroy these nations, to make them split into little independant states (like NATO did with Yugoslavia, Libya and Syra) to have more european control on each little region, combined with islamisation to destroy the traditions of free speech and free think. With the computers, the robots, etc., only a few percent of the global population need to be really cultivated and enlightened, the other percent, the main part, the 80 percent, just need to possess basic skills (read a map, order a hamburger, drive a car to deliver pizzas, read an Ikea construction notice). Between the two, the alpha and the epsilon, you have the half-educated people who can master a competence on definite actions, but have no general culture and no real independence of mind. 

Tommy Robinson on InfoWars Monday 12-3-18 EXPLOSIVE INTERVIEW

Explosive interview by Alex Jones with Tommy and Caolan Robertson.

The Truth About Broken Britain (Paul Joseph Watson)

It's almost like the UK is no longer a democratic country.

The Uk is really good at keeping out extremists. 
You know, like when they kept out Iraqi extremist Ahmed Hassan 
after he told border officials 
he'd been trained to kill by ISIS. 
Oh no, they let him and gave him asylum... 

At the same time, in UK...

'A national disgrace': fury over £100m aid deal between UK and Saudi Arabia

Theresa May with Mohammed bin Salman outside 10 Downing Street

Unveiling of plan to create infrastructure in poor countries overshadowed by unease over Saudi role in Yemen conflict

Fri 9 Mar 2018 17.26 GMTLast modified on Fri 9 Mar 2018 22.05 GMT

 Theresa May poses with Mohammed bin Salman outside 10 Downing Street during the Saudi crown prince’s three-day visit to the UK. Photograph: Wiktor Szymanowicz/REX/Shutterstock

The controversial aid deal between the UK and Saudi Arabia announced on Friday has been branded a “national disgrace”.

Amid further outcry over Britain’s relationship with the Gulf state, government ministers have signed a £100m aid agreement with Riyadh to coincide with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s visit to London this week.

The government described the deal as a “new long-term partnership” to improve livelihoods and boost economic development in some of the world’s poorest countries.

But the accord has been greeted with fury by opposition MPs and the aid sector, with grave concerns expressed about Saudi Arabia’s role in the Yemen conflict.

Kate Osamor, the shadow international development secretary, said the agreement “made a mockery” of Britain’s reputation as a global leader in delivering humanitarian aid.

“Theresa May implied she would lobby Mohammed bin Salman to stop bombing civilians and end the use of starvation as a weapon of war,” said Osamor.

 Reformer or rogue? Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman – video profile

“Over 22 million Yemeni lives depend on permanent, full access for aid, food and fuel in Yemen. Instead, she has won no concessions and simply handed on a plate to Saudi Arabia a new humanitarian partnership and an endorsement from DfID [the Department for International Development], the world’s best aid agency.

“It will whitewash Saudi Arabia’s reputation and role in the war, and it is a national disgrace.”

Osamor said that in signing an agreement with Saudi Arabia, Britain had aligned itself with the country primarily responsible for one of the world’s biggest humanitarian crises. A total of 8.4 million people in Yemen are in imminent danger of famine.

The partnership, which will pool the development expertise of both countries, is the first of its kind between Britain and the Saudi Fund for Development

The aim, said DfID, would be to create vital infrastructure in drought and conflict-stricken countries.

Penny Mordaunt, the international development secretary, said: “The Saudi Fund has a long record of investing in successful development projects around the world. 

“We are sharing the best of British expertise, and our collective efforts will help create jobs and livelihoods to support the poorest people to stand on their own two feet. This in turn will help to boost global prosperity, which is in all of our interests.”

Mordaunt had previously said Saudi Arabia had no excuse for blocking aid to Yemen, warning that the use of starvation as a weapon was in breach of humanitarian law, but a DfID statement announcing the deal said the UK was “encouraged by the easing of restrictions into Yemen”.

Critics have questioned claims of progress, however, arguing that the Saudi-led coalition is only permitting goods through ports on a month-by-month basis, dramatically limiting the efforts of NGOs, traders and shipping agents to get supplies into Yemen. 

Osamor said: “In the same breath as announcing this new deal, the government acknowledges there can be ‘no excuse’ for stopping humanitarian supplies, and has claimed this week there is no blockade.”

She added: “Fuel deliveries are estimated to be at just 19% of what is needed and, in January, seven cities shut down their water systems for lack of fuel.

“Before signing off on any new humanitarian partnership, Theresa May and Penny Mordaunt should have insisted on full, permanent access so millions of Yemeni lives can be saved. It is unforgivable that they did not.”

Osamor said the burden was now on the government to show the new partnership had substance and was more than “just big business”.

Allan Hogarth, head of policy and government affairs at Amnesty International UK, also voiced concern over the deal.

He said: “British overseas aid is important in many ways, but at a time when the UK is arming a Saudi-led military coalition that’s laying waste to homes, hospitals and schools in Yemen, this raises troubling questions.

“It is not good enough for the UK to provide humanitarian aid on the one hand and supply the weapons that fuel a humanitarian crisis on the other.”

Bin Salman’s three-day charm offensive has included talks with Theresa May and the Archbishop of Canterbury, and an audience with the Queen.

Kevin Watkins, chief executive of Save the Children, blasted the government over the welcome lavished on the prince, who is taking steps to modernise the ultra-conservative Arab state.

Speaking in London at the launch of a report on crimes against children in warzones, Watkins said: “It has become acceptable to operate humanitarian blockades which, if not explicitly designed to starve children and harm children, will have that inevitable consequence.

'A cynical PR exercise': critics round on $3.5bn plan to allay Yemen suffering

 “The fact that we have the head of state of a government that has been operating such a blockade – Saudi Arabia – recently invited to Buckingham Palace and Downing Street while the military … is orchestrating what will potentially become the worst famine in the last 50 years, I think speaks volumes.”

Noting a “growing sense of impunity surrounding crimes against children”, Watkins added: “The fact that you can rape, murder, kidnap, bomb schools, bomb clinics with no consequence, speaks I think to the heart of the deeper challenge.”

Yemen, which borders southern Saudi Arabia, has been embroiled in a bloody civil war since 2014, when rebels took over the capital, Sana’a.

Saudi Arabia is the main player in a coalition supporting the Yemeni government against the Houthis in a war that has caused a humanitarian catastrophe.

Downing Street defended Bin Salman’s visit, saying trade deals worth £65bn had been agreed.


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