Why does BBC lump Marine Le Pen and Theresa May together with the mentally ill murderer of MP Cox?!
BBC today (in the same news report) called Marine Le Pen and the mentally ill murderer of MP Cox 'right wing'. As Theresa May is at least equally "right wing" as Marine Le Pen when it comes to immigration and party politics etc. she also fits BBC's smear campaign - except that she is for basic Human Rights violating sharia, i.e. not an "islamophobe". And that's enough to erase any bad label because according to BBC, Theresa May, and the islamofascist Saudi dictator family, "islamophobia (i.e. to criticize islam for violating Human Rights) " is the most heinous kind of "extremisms".
So why is the defense of Human Rights against islamofascist sharia still called "islamophobia" by some extremists?
Tory Brexit ministers ranting about the evil of immigration and the need to 'take back control' differ from EU policy in that they only want immigrants who save them money and education and bring them money and a finished education. This is Theresa May's policy and resembles her policy on grammer schools, i.e. to cherry pick talents from less well off communities.
The recent European Values survey found that 69% of UK muslims wanted full sharia law to replace democracy. This poses a clear public order danger, and is hardly in line with "British values" as the Brits themselves see it..
Macron will enter the Elysée and prepare for National Assembly elections at the same time as Theresa May heads for her election victory in early June. Two opposites who both bow for Saudi islamoafscism.
Mohammed Amin, chairman of the Conservative Muslim Forum, hailed May as "the leader the UK needs at this time".
Foreign students would be discounted from Theresa May's immigration counts in the future. They bring money, and if they can bring even more money after their education they are of course allowed to stay, especially if they are muslims (because of the pressure from Saudi/OIC & Co).
EU is flooding with muslims fleeing their own faith. How "moral" is it then to talk like Theresa May and her aids - while simultaneously playing the race card against non-muslim EU citizens.
Karen Bradley (Tory): “What we need is to have the right people, to attract the brightest and best, it’s not about putting numbers on it, it’s about making sure we can deliver where industries need skills, where brightest and best want to come to Britain. We want to be an attractive place that people want to come and work and we want to be the strong economy that pays for those public services people value so much.”
Klevius comment: Can you be more politically cynic than that!
Theresa May: It's the perversion of islam which underlines the ideology that has led to violence.
Klevius: Indeed. And that violence is inscribed in original islam and used by its "prophet" to conquer, slaughter (starting with all the Jews in Medina) and enslave other people.
Theresa May suffers from a selective anti-semitism. She approves of whoever islam supporting Jew, but can't stand Human Rights defending Jews like e.g. Pamela Geller. To an extent that she rather take in islamofascists than such a Jew to the country.
In 2012 May blocked the extradition to the US of British computer hacker Gary McKinnon. She said: There was no doubt was "seriously ill" and the extradition warrant against him should be withdrawn.
Yet, just two weeks before this decision, fellow British citizen Talha Ahsan had been put on a private charter flight to the United States, having been extradited to face charges of running a pro-jihadi website. Like McKinnon, he had a diagnosis of Asperger syndrome.
South London-born Babar Ahmad, the longest-serving British prisoner to be detained without trial in the UK, was also extradited to the US in October 2012. At the time critics pointed out the stark differences in the ways the defendants, who had been charged at roughly the same time, were treated and the contrast in how the home secretary used her influence to block the extradition of a white British citizen while pushing for the extradition of Muslim British citizens.
Just days later May addressed the party faithful at the Conservative conference, opening her speech with: "Wasn’t it great to say goodbye – at long last – to Abu Hamza and those four other terror suspects on Friday?"