The new leader of the National Union of Students has been elected on a platform of calling for a national strike at Britain’s universities. Zamzam Ibrahim, 24, said in her manifesto the strike would be for free education, better maintenance grants for less wealthy students and the return of a post-study work visa for people from abroad, her manifesto says. Ms Ibrahim sparked controversy in 2017 when online posts she made as a 16-year-old came to light, which said she wanted to ‘oppress white people’ and see an ‘Islamic takeover’. She insists they were ‘taken out of context’ and her views have changed .Ms Ibrahim was president of the students’ union at Salford University and is the third female ethnic minority NUS leader in a row, taking the reins from Shakira Martin. She also claims that racism is ‘running rampant on our campuses’. – Full article can be read here – Jaydafransen.online.
The only comment that keeps being repeated is the right of the ISIS terrorists to return to the West because they happen to be in possession of Western citizenship. The real victims were the many people whom ISIS terrorists had happily volunteered to
Only a fool would cheer the banning of Tommy Robinson by Facebook and Instagram. It doesn’t matter if you like or loathe him. It doesn’t matter if you think he’s a searing critic of the divisive logic in the politics of diversity or Luton’s very own Oswald Mosley in Jack Wills clobber. The point is that his expulsion from social media confirms that corporate censorship is out of control. It speaks to a new kind of tyranny: the tyranny of unaccountable capitalist oligarchs in Silicon Valley getting to decide who is allowed to speak in the new public square that is the internet.
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For the past 9 months, I was either behind bars or forced to reside in a dirty, disgusting probation hostel filled with drug addicts, paedophiles and murderers.
My 9-month ordeal was – to be blunt – horrific.After being sentenced for exposing a gang of Afghan child rapists, I was loaded into a cramped and freezing prison transport van and taken to a ‘Category A’ women’s prison called HMP Bronzefield, near London.
Bronzefield is home to some of the country’s most prolific sex offenders, paedophiles, murderers and Islamic terrorists.Whilst these vile animals were free to roam the wings with enhanced privileges, I was immediately cast into the dungeon-like segregation unit.
I was forced to endure complete isolation and disgusting conditions for a long and grinding six weeks.During that period, I was banned from associating with anyone, banned from going to church and deprived of any perks available to the child rapists on the normal wings.
Whilst I was in Bronzefield, a convicted Muslim terrorist prisoner paid another inmate to get down to the segregation unit and kill me.After the first six weeks of rancid isolation – in a cold and heavily stained cell – I was transferred to another women’s prison, HMP Downview.Downview is yet another grim prison full of child molesters and killers.
I managed to stay out of segregation and was put into the ‘normal’ prison regime living on the same wing as high profile paedophiles.
Full article can be read here on the Britain First website.
“For the first time on 19 September 2016 Heads of State and Government came together to discuss, at the global level within the UN General Assembly, issues related to migration and refugees. This sent an important political message that migration and refugee matters have become major issues in the international agenda. In adopting the New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants, the 193 UN Member States recognized the need for a comprehensive approach to human mobility and enhanced cooperation at the global level and committed to: protect the safety, dignity and human rights and fundamental freedoms of all migrants, regardless of their migratory status, and at all times; support countries rescuing, receiving and hosting large numbers of refugees and migrants; integrate migrants – addressing their needs and capacities as well as those of receiving communities – in humanitarian and development assistance frameworks and planning; combating xenophobia, racism and discrimination towards all migrants; develop, through a state-led process, non-binding principles and voluntary guidelines on the treatment of migrants in vulnerable situations and strengthen global governance of migration, including by bringing IOM into the UN family and through the development of a Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration ”
The above comes direct from the International Organization For Migration website and the devil is , as usual , in the detail. Who is to decide what exactly constitutes xenophobia , racism and discrimination ? Do I/you get to decide ? And if we dissent in any way will we be accused of xenophobia , racism and discrimination or even worse ? Jordan Peterson was accused of promoting genocide simply for raising concerns about Bill C16 and lesser mortals like you or I are called racist and bigoted at the drop of the proverbial hat on a daily basis in the mainstream media. Indeed there is a good case to be made that words such as ‘racism’ and ‘xenophobic ‘ are themselves a form hate speech that is used to delegitimize not only certain opinions but certain people too.
Within the Global Compact document there are constant references to human rights but the UN Human Rights commission itself includes some of the greatest offenders of human rights such as Iran and Pakistan and so can no longer be regarded as a suitable arbitrator of what is and is not a human right. And meanwhile , back in the real world , we all know what will happen to anyone who does not get with the programme and who insists on being ‘decisive’ or unhelpful in any way……..So , keep your mouth shut , avert your eyes , carry on as normal………and vote For Britain.
A Leeds school is handing out spoons to school girls to protect them against forced marriage. The Leeds , West Yorkshire , academy is advising the children to put the spoons inside their underwear so that it will set off airport alarms. The charity , Karma Nirvana , adopted the spoon method in 2011 after a 16 year old girl contacted their help line before being taken on a holiday to Pakistan. Last year the charity took 9,000 calls on its forced marriage help line many from children aged 15 and younger.
David Myres , joint head of the governments Forced Marriage Unit said the spoon method was not ‘bullet proof’ , ” We advocate early prevention , working within these communities , to speak with these children even before they reach the airport. We want them to know that help is available “.
Harinder Kaur , the social , culture and ethos leader at the Co operative Academy of Leeds , said she knew that some children had disappeared during school holidays , and one came back pregnant after being forced into a marriage abroad. ” This is happening to children and we need to act to protect them. As educators , we have a responsibility to empower children with the knowledge and ability to make a difference to their own lives and the lives of others.”
Needles to say , there has been no mention in the mainstream media of the word ‘ Muslim ‘ in any of this. The fact that this forced marriage culture is being imported wholesale is also not mentioned. And there is , of course , a deafening silence from all those Me Too people.
Once upon a time it was easy to know who the good guys were. They were the people who were dying and going to prison defending free speech. They were the ones who stood up and said what needed to be said regardless of the consequences to themselves and we ,of course, respected and admired them because of this. But things have changed -things have changed a lot since then.
Once upon a time we all knew who the good guys were. They were the people who were dying for what they believed in. Now the only people making sacrifices , huge personal sacrifices to the point of risking their own lives are the ‘ racists ‘ , ‘fascists’ and bad guys. Once upon a time we all knew who the good guys were. They were the ones who stood up and spoke the truth no matter if people wanted the truth or not. They were the ones who were persecuted and ostracized but stood their ground because it is never easy to stand up for the truth , for what is right , they understood that doing the right thing was never popular….
But things have changed ……
Anne Marie Waters might well end up being killed or put in prison on some ‘hate speech’ charge and she will not be the first politician to be murdered or imprisoned for criticizing Islam. Politicians , artists , filmmakers , journalists have been murdered for saying what this woman says. This has happened many times before and will no doubt happen again . But something has changed……you see , in the past every anti fascist would have stood shoulder to shoulder with such people – they would have considered it their duty and honor to do so……but things have changed. Things have changed terribly…….
Once upon a time we all knew who the fascist were….they were the ones who tried to silence free speech , they were the ones who murdered elected politician and journalists and anyone else to dared to question their fascist ideology. But things have changed. Yes , things indeed have changed. It is getting dangerous to say anything that questions the New European Order. It is not a good time to be an honest journalist. No , this is not a good time to be good….This is not a good time to hope or dream great dreams. This is a time to be quiet …..this is a time to be quiet and careful , very careful of what you say. This is a time like no other ….This is a time to keep your mouth shut and to look over your shoulder ….
This is a time to vote for The For Britain Movement. This is a time to fight back. Because soon it will be too late.
If you a member or supporter of Stand Up To Racism this is no barrier to becoming a member of UKIP. The fact that members of this group regularly abuse , intimidate and bully black people , brown people , white people , immigrants and gays etc is not an issue. If you are a member of Hope Not Hate and have bullied , abused , intimidated , slandered and marginalized black people , immigrants , gays , moderate muslims and ex muslims it is also not a problem. If you are a member or supporter of Antifa and in that capacity have bullied and slandered decent people of all colours and ethnicities calling them scum and other such names then put your mind to rest – We in UKIP don’t have a problem with people joining from Antifa either . If you support the aims , objectives , values and practices of any of the above groups then put your mind at rest – We really honestly don’t care.
If you are a member of the media and have deliberately lied to the people of Britain and perhaps put their lives and liberties at risk , if you have criminally slandered those who defend and speak for the poor and marginalized and forgotten of Britain , well that is your private business. If you are a member of a mainstream political party which has resolutely refused to represent the poor and marginalized in society – if you have spread hatred and bigotry against the poor , the weak , the marginalized and have characterised them as racists and fascists and bigots ….well , don’t give it a thought. None of these things will bar you from membership of our party.
On the other hand however we don’t just let anyone in. If you are , or ever have been , a member of the English Defence League then you are not welcome. If you live in a poor deprived community where thousands and tens of thousands of children and young girls have been raped , trafficked and abused because they are white and vulnerable and you in turn have responded to this by joining or supporting a street movement to stop it then we don’t want you. There is no place in UKIP for people like you.
“The city is also very diverse, with 42% of the population being from an ethnic minority background, reflecting the city’s rich and varied cultural heritage. Birmingham is a “super-diverse” city. Academic research suggests that there are people from nearly 200 countries who have made Birmingham their home . The 2011 Census revealed that 42.1% classified themselves within an ethnic group other than white British, compared to 30% in 2001, a rise of 12%. Birmingham is soon to become a majority minority city. The demographic makeup of Birmingham’s young people has also changed significantly over recent years and is becoming increasingly diverse. For example, according to the 2011 census over 60% of the under 18 population is now from a non-white British background, compared to around 44% in 2001. Ethnic diversity can bring many benefits such as transnational trading links and high levels of cultural resource. Birmingham has benefited from its diverse migrant communities who have settled in the city and successfully contributed to its economic vitality, becoming leaders in education, medicine, sports, arts and business and providing employment opportunities to local people. Our demographic landscape is increasingly becoming ethnically and socially ‘super diverse’, which means a greater understanding of the changes in cultural norms, identities and social shifts in how we live work and learn is needed. Community cohesion is an approach that enables us to respond to the wide ranging and kaleidoscope of identities, rather than simply focussing on a white majority and small number of ethnic minority identities.”
The above is a short extract from the Draft Community Cohesion Strategy of May 2018 . Don’t waste time reading it as you have heard it all before. In a statement by Birmingham City Council on community cohesion you will find the following –
- no promotion or unwitting support is given to individuals or groups that promote and propagate messages of hate and intolerance
- ensure appropriate linkage to the Prevent programme where appropriate
- ensure all schools and educational settings promote our shared British values
- challenge illegal and harmful cultural attitudes and practices towards women such as Female Genital Mutilation, Forced Marriage and Honour-Based Violence
- actively promote opportunities for cross-community interactions in order to strengthen relationships and common bonds between communities of different backgrounds and isolate extreme voices
- encourage communities to report incidents of hate crime including anti-Semitism, Islamophobia or homophobic behaviour.
All you need to know here is that Birmingham has one of the highest rates of FGM in the UK so that will tell you what they mean by ‘challenging’ the issue.