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ANNE MARIE WATERS RITUALLY SLANDERED ON BBC’S THE BIG QUESTION

Anne Marie Waters appeared on the BBC ‘Big Question’ Programme on Sunday 27th January 2019 where she was ritually slandered in classic BBC fashion , the audience having been well salted with various ‘anti fascist’ and ‘anti racist’ types. However , at this stage in the history of the For Britain Movement there is no such thing as bad publicity and Anne Marie came across as a very formidable and strong woman.  If you don’t want to watch the full programme from the begining the ‘Far Right’ section of the programme starts at 29:00 minutes. Anne Marie’s response to the BBC in regard to her treatment on the programme can be found on the For Britain Blogs page on the For Britain website.

 

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ANNE MARIE WATERS BANNED AGAIN FROM WARWICK UNIVERSITY

Anne Marie Waters, has been banned for the second time from speaking at Warwick University. She was originally supposed to give a talk to the Warwick University PPE Society in October of 2018 but this was cancelled due to pressure from Warwick Labour, Pride, Anti-Sexism Society, Anti-Racism Society, Student-Staff Solidarity , Socialist Worker and others. Technically , her talk was rescheduled for January 9th 2019 but subsequently when in fact she was invited back it was cancelled yet again. In response to this Anne Marie posted her lecture on YouTube where , at the time of writing ( one day after it was posted ) it has already attracted over 10,000 views.  Ironically , her lecture / speech was on the subject of free speech. The full talk can be seen here on the For Britain Youtube Channel.

 

 

 

 

STOP THE UN MIGRATION COMPACT

You may have seen my video this week about the UN Migration Pact, due to be signed in Morocco in December. The pact is non-binding but seeks for nation-states to make mass (illegal) migration easier and safer for migrants. While this may seem laudable, what it amounts to is an invitation for people to unlawfully make their way to Western countries, and requests that Western governments assist in this endeavour. This is a dangerous and irresponsible proposal that must be opposed. Several countries, including the United States, Australia and some Eastern European countries have said they will not sign the pact. We demand that the UK government do the same. There is a petition to the Government asking that it not sign this pact here – please sign.
Furthermore, we suggest you write to your MP to voice your dissent against this dangerous pact. A sample letter is below:
Dear (Your MP),
I write with regard to the UN Global Compact for Migration. The Compact intends to “reduce the risks and vulnerabilities migrants face at different stages of migration by respecting, protecting and fulfilling their human rights and providing them with care and assistance”.
It is my belief that the above amounts to an irresponsible invitation to people, often from the poorest countries, to attempt treacherous journeys towards Europe and other Western nations. This will inevitably result in an increase in human trafficking, as well as tragic and unnecessary death. The compact also asks that nation-states provide assistance to those undertaking such unlawful journeys. It is wrong for the United Nations to require nation-states to accommodate and assist mass migration that can place the interests and safety of their own citizens at risk.
The United States, Australia, Hungary, Slovakia, Austria, Poland, the Czech Republic, Croatia, Bulgaria, and Slovenia have all refused to sign this agreement and I ask that the United Kingdom do the same.
The Prime Minister has promised an end to the free movement of people as part of her Brexit deal, therefore it is inconsistent for the British Government to agree to this UN proposal.
Please speak out in opposition to this agreement and inform the Prime Minister of concern among the British public.
Yours sincerely,
Thank you for speaking out on this vital issue

This article originall appeared as a For Britain blog post . To view other blogs please visit For Britain blogs.

WHO EXACTLY IS ANNE MARIE WATERS ?

Anne Marie Waters has been called racist , bigoted and even fascist , but who is she really and what exactly does she believe in? In this For Britain video Anne Marie explains what got her involved in politics and more particularly ‘ far right ‘ politics. She explains how she first came to be concerned about Islam and why she founded the Sharia Watch UK website and ultimately how she came to set up the For Britain Movement.

 

 

 

 

FOR BRITAIN QUESTIONING ISLAM

On the evening of Sunday the 18th of November members of For Britain went along to a meeting in Preston under the provocative heading of:  Questioning Islam; Is it now time to establish the Islamic Caliphate in the UK? (The advertising poster went on to say): “Many questions are being asked about the place of Islam in the modern world. With the chaos of Brexit and the breakdown of some of the social structures in the UK, can the Islamic caliphate provide a solution?” If you have always wanted to talk about this subject and ask a Muslim a question about Islam or Muhammad that you haven’t before, in case of offending or upsetting them, then please join us (for this talk)”
For Britain fully believe in democracy and debate in a free society, so rather than employ left wing tactics of trying to close an event down that we fundamentally disagree with the premise of, a number of members decided to attend and ask the questions as requested. We did not announce to anyone that we were to attend, as we did not want to create any undue attention, and always mindful of the threat against our members from the far left, we did not want to necessitate security. At no point did anyone mention that we were members of For Britain, we attended as normal members of the public.
The meeting was promoted by an organisation called The Light Foundation, based in Preston. From a reading of their website The Light Foundation appears to be an Islamic community and outreach organisation.
I would estimate that there were between 40 and 50 people in attendance, and I would also estimate that more than half were Muslim (all male). The panel was made up of two Muslim spiritual leaders and was chaired by a young Muslim solicitor. The event took place in a church hall, not a mosque.
Straight out of the blocks, one of the Panel, Adam, said ‘no’ he did not think this was time for a Caliphate in the UK!  He then followed up immediately with the provocative question; “so, should we all just go home now then?”  Of course the audience did not get up and leave, instead conversation, dialogue and questions between the audience and panel and also between members of the audience ensued robustly for the next couple of hours.

To read the article in full visit For Britain blog.