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    The leader of Britain First shared a video of 'Muslims celebrating Paris terror' and it immediately backfired

    4/23/2017


    video: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera/v...55463557848690

    Paul Golding, leader of the far-right group Britain First has shared a debunked video in an attempt to make a political point.

    In 2015, groups similar to Britain First started prolifically sharing a video of cheering and happy people, claiming that it showed 'London Muslims celebrating terror attacks'.

    The video itself, which actually shows British Pakistanis celebrating a cricket victory in 2009, was thoroughly debunked in an article by The Independent at the time.

    But far be it from Paul Golding to let facts stand in the way.

    He re-shared the cricket celebration video with the comment:

    “Oh look, a crowd of 'moderate' Muslims celebrating the Paris terror attack in London.”

    “Oh look, a crowd of 'moderate' Muslims celebrating the Paris terror attack in London.” pic.twitter.com/cTB9zno59n

    - Paul Golding (@GoldingBF) April 21, 2017


    Twitter users have been asking him exactly what's going on.




    It fooled nobody:


    Did he even watch the video?



    Twitter user George Cousin summed up his thoughts succinctly.


    Seriously.


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    This is how Islamophobes spread hatred against Islam and Muslims. They take a video or a picture of Muslims from one place and try to pass it off for another situation to make the Muslims look like they’re supporting or doing evil actions.

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    Councillor trying to report crime arrested as he 'looked like' suspect


    Force sorry for mistake, but Afzal Shah doubts white colleagues would have had same treatment

    Tue 24 Apr 2018 06.47 EDT

    A city councillor of a minority ethnic background was arrested after going to his local police station to report a crime because officers were searching for a suspect who “looked like” him.

    Afzal Shah, a Labour councillor in Bristol, has questioned whether white colleagues on the police and crime panel he sits on would have been arrested in the same circumstances and suggested there was “institutional bias” in the force.

    Avon & Somerset police have apologised, but said officers were acting in good faith when they arrested Shah, who describes himself as British Asian or British Pakistani. But Shah told the Guardian on Tuesday: “When I was being de-arrested, I said, ‘I want to know why I was arrested.’ I told them this is illogical. I’m finding this deeply distressing and troubling. The police said: ‘We thought you were someone else.’

    “I’m a councillor, being a member of the police and crime panel. Imagine one of my colleagues in Taunton, Weston-super-Mare or Yeovil walking into a police station to report a very serious offence. Other things being equal, would they have been arrested in similar circumstances? I don’t think so. I honestly don’t believe they would have been arrested. There’s bias there. As far as I’m concerned, there’s bias in the police logic as to why I was arrested.

    “I’m not satisfied. There are lot of good police officers. We are fortunate to have a good chief constable. But is there institutional bias within the police force? Absolutely.”

    Shah went to the Trinity Road police station in Bristol to report a crime on behalf of someone else. Instead of taking his statement, officers told him they believed he was a person suspected of making threats of violence and read him his rights.

    He explained that he was a local councillor and had been in a council meeting when the alleged crime he was being arrested for took place. This was ignored, he says.

    There are no custody cells at Trinity Road, but Shah was placed in the back of a secure police car in the public car park outside the police station. Police then realised they had the wrong person and de-arrested him.

    Shah said: “I was told it was a misunderstanding, and that the person who they were looking for looked like me. They said: ‘We had a description similar to yourself.’ During my time as a local Labour councillor – including as a member of the region’s police and crime panel – I have worked hard to build bridges between communities in Easton and our local constabulary.”

    In a statement, Avon & Somerset police said: “Police have apologised for the inconvenience and distress caused when he was arrested and detained in a police car after being wrongly identified by a victim as one of the perpetrators of a crime.”

    Supt Andy Bennett said: “Officers acted in good faith in arresting Cllr Shah at Trinity Road police station after another man who was in the station reporting an offence visually identified him as one of the people involved. This identification was later found to be incorrect and Cllr Shah was released without having been taken to a custody unit.

    “We are extremely grateful for Cllr Shah’s contribution to community policing, both as a councillor and as a member of the police and crime panel. We have apologised to him for the distress and embarrassment this incident has clearly caused him and welcome this opportunity to clarify this publicly.”

    A constable from the same force will be tried next month for allegedly shooting one of its race relations advisers with a Taser electronic weapon. Judah Adunbi, a former member of an independent advisory group to Avon & Somerset police, was allegedly shot by an officer with a Taser stun gun in Easton, the ward that Shah represents.

    A video of the incident was widely shared on social media and made headlines around the world. PC Claire Boddie, of Avon & Somerset police, has denied common assault and her trial is due to be heard by deputy senior district judge Tan Ikram next month.

    At the end of last year, a review of the investigation into the murder of Iranian refugee Bijan Ibrahimi in Bristol concluded there was institutional racism within Avon & Somerset police.


    https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/...orting-a-crime

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    Katie Hopkins forced to sell family home after losing libel case

    21st January 2018

    The Islamophobic media personality Katie Hopkins has been forced to sell her family home after facing financial difficulties after she lost a High Court battle to poverty campaigner and food blogger Jack Monroe.

    It all started in May 2015 when Hopkins – who boasts a Twitter following of 850,000 – wrongly implied that Monroe had defaced war statues.

    She wrote: “Scrawled on any memorials recently? Vandalised the memory of those who fought for your freedom. Grandma got any more medals?”

    Annoyed, Monroe replied: “I have NEVER ‘scrawled on a memorial’. Brother in the RAF. Dad was a Para in the Falklands. You’re a piece of s***.”

    Hopkins then claimed it was a case of mistaken identity and that she actually intended the message for someone else.

    Monroe then asked Hopkins to apologise, saying: “Dear @KTHopkins, public apology + £5K to migrant rescue and I won’t sue. It’ll be cheaper for you and v satisfying for me.”

    Hopkins deleted the tweet, but Monroe decided to sue for libel.

    The court ruled in Monroe’s favour and ordered Hopkins to pay £24,000 in damages to Monroe, plus £107,000 in Monroe’s legal costs.

    Hopkins is thought to live in a luxurious 5 bedroom home in Exeter which is worth around £950,000.

    https://5pillarsuk.com/2018/01/21/ka...ng-libel-case/

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    Muslims need to follow this example and sue these lying reporters for their fake news against Muslims.

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    Gangs rape girlfriends, sisters and cousins as legitimate punishment for male gang members

    Any girls added to a ‘sket’ list are seen as fair targets to mete out punishments

    by Loulla-Mae Eleftheriou-Smith - 20 July 2014

    London gangs are creating ‘sket lists’ of teenage girlswho are seen as legitimate targets of sexual violence in order to mete out punishments to other male gang members, stoke rivalries between gangs, and spread fear.

    The Observer has reported that both police and charities have recorded an increase in sexual violence perpetrated by gangs, while those placed on ‘sket lists’ (a slang word for ‘slut’) have experienced attacks so violent that girls have been dragged from school buses and sexually assaulted.

    Sket lists can include sisters, cousins and girlfriends of rival gang members as targets for sexual assault, which is seen as revenge rape. The lists are circulated through BlackBerry Messenger and mean the girls become active targets wherever they are, such as walking home from school.

    Clare Hubberstey, interim chief executive of the Safer London Foundation, told the Observer that gangs are using sexual violence in the same way that they use dangerous dogs to parade their masculinity.

    She said that gang members know the consequences of being caught carrying a weapon, and are using the low rape conviction rate as a low-risk means of spreading fear and control.

    “Criminals are clever, they know if they are caught carrying weapons they face a lengthy sentence; it’s risky carrying a gun. The use of sexual violence is the same sort of thing as having a dangerous dog; it creates fear, it’s non-traceable, and they are also taking advantage of low rape conviction rates even when there are witnesses,” she said.

    Often girls who are placed on sket lists are those who were secretly filmed by a gang engaging in a sexual act, and who is then threatened with the footage appearing on social media if the girl does not agree to further sexual activity. Ms Hubberstey said this method of blackmail is fairly common.

    Scotland Yard said that sexual violence against women by gangs is now the top of its agenda. It said it has led initiatives that have seen gun crime fall by 17% and knife crime offences by 11.5%, and that sexual violence by gangs against women is the next priority.

    Detective Superintendent Tim Champion said of the Metropolitan police’s Operation Trident gang crime command that: “The first thing we do is stop people killing each other. The focus now is clearly on women. It’s as prevalent as carrying a knife of a gun – raping a girl in a gang.”

    The Safer London Foundation said more than 500 young women were victims of gang-related sexual violence in the past year, while the Metropolitan police said it is currently mapping the problem in order to find “hotspots” of abuse.


    Gangs draw up lists of girls to rape as proxy attacks on rivals

    Gangs assault rivals' sisters and girlfriends as a 'low risk' method of asserting dominance

    by Mark Townsend - 19 July 2014

    London gangs are drawing up and disseminating lists of teenage girls whom they consider to be legitimate rape targets, as sexual violence is increasingly used to spread fear and antagonise rival groups.

    The so-called sket lists (sket is street slang for "sluts") have, according to youth workers, prompted attacks so brazen that girls have been dragged from school buses and sexually assaulted. Police and charities say they have recorded an increase in the use of sexual violence by gangs, including incidents of revenge rape, where the sisters and girlfriends of rival gang members are targeted. Claire Hubberstey, interim chief executive of Safer London Foundation, a charity working with young people to reduce crime, warns that gangs are using sexual violence in the same way that they use dangerous dogs to parade their masculinity.

    Scotland Yard has confirmed that sexual violence against women by gangs is now "at the top of our agenda" following initiatives that have seen gun crime fall by 17% and knife crime offences by 11.5%. Det Supt Tim Champion of the Metropolitan police's Operation Trident gang crime command, said: "The first thing we had to do is stop people killing each other. The focus now clearly is on women. It's as prevalent as carrying a knife or a gun – raping a girl in a gang."

    Hubberstey said gang members were taking advantage of low conviction rates for rape, viewing sexual violence as a less-risky means to inflict pain on rivals or spread fear than carrying a weapon. "Criminals are clever, they know if they are caught carrying weapons they face a lengthy sentence; it's risky carrying a gun. The use of sexual violence is the same sort of thing as having a dangerous dog; it creates fear, it's non-traceable, and they are also taking advantage of low rape conviction rates even when there are witnesses," she said.

    The emergence of "sket lists" of young women considered eligible for attack is, say frontline youth workers, indicative of how gangs perceive that they can rape with near impunity. "They put the names of young women on a list and circulate through BBM [BlackBerry Messenger]. These women become active targets on the way home from school or wherever. They are legitimate targets to be raped and sexually assaulted if their name appears on a sket list," said Hubberstey.

    Those appearing on sket lists were sometimes teenagers who had been secretly filmed engaging in a sexual act by a gang who then threatened to upload the footage on to social media if she refused further sexual demands. Hubberstey described such blackmail as fairly common, and Champion described it as an effective controlling mechanism.

    Carlene Firmin, head of MsUnderstood Partnership, which aims to address youth sexual inequality, said that young women connected to gangs were viewed as "currency" by rival outfits and attacked accordingly, even if such acts occasionally did not have the impact they wanted. "Sometimes they [a gang] think it will have a really detrimental effect but actually the boys are not bothered, usually it's about punishing girls directly rather than boys by proxy.

    "The punishment of young women occurred more often when they were perceived to have lied or, say, were arrested and the drugs they were holding for other people were confiscated," said Firmin. Hubberstey added: "They target cousins, girlfriends, siblings, we see a lot of that." Her charity had found some girls being offered to rival gangs to bolster allegiances or foster a truce."They say, 'Here's some young women to do whatever you want,' we have lots of examples of that, really brazen activity and indicative of a lack of fear."

    Figures from the Safer London Foundation reveal that more than 500 young women were victims of gang-related sexual violence in the past year, a figure Hubberstey describes as just the "tip of the iceberg".

    Scotland Yard's latest intelligence identifies 3,495 gang members in 224 gangs in London, although just 40 were found to be female.

    The Metropolitan police is currently mapping the problem in an attempt to ascertain the scale of the issue and identify "hotspots" of abuse. Firmin said they were identifying girls as young as 11, a vulnerable age due to the transition from primary to secondary school and the pressure to fit in and make friends, as potentially vulnerable.


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    This is what they do to their own family women and yet they and their media try tell people that Muslim gangs are grooming and raping white girls in England.

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    Prince William says there are too many people on Earth: as he has third child


    PRINCE William has warned of the dangers of overpopulation just months before the birth of his third child.


    by Chloe Kerr - Nov 8, 2017

    The future king warned that wildlife is under threat from the increasing population growth in a passionate speech on Thursday.

    He was speaking at the Tusk gala dinner in London last night and
    warned that Africa's growing population was set to more than double by 2050 and voiced his concerns about the impact on wildlife and natural resources.

    He said: "In my lifetime, we have seen global wildlife populations decline by over half.

    “We are going to have to work much harder and think much deeper, if we are to ensure that human beings and the other species of animal with which we share this planet can continue to co-exist.

    “Africa's rapidly growing human population is predicted to more than double by 2050, a staggering increase of three and a half million people per month.

    “There is no question that this increase puts wildlife and habitat under enormous pressure. Urbanisation, infrastructure development, cultivation—all good things in themselves, but they will have a terrible impact unless we begin to plan and to take measures now.”

    The Duke of Cambridge is set to become father of a third child with wife Kate in April 2018.

    Before the joyful news was announced, San Franciso organisation Having Kids, which promotes smaller families, told the royal couple to “lead by example” and stop after two children for environmental reasons.

    They wrote an open letter in July and urged them to “consider forgoing having a third child [...] in favour of modelling a smaller, sustainable family”.

    They spoke out after Kate had joked about having more children during the royal tour of Poland.

    Having Kids executive director Anne Green said: "William and Kate have a tremendous opportunity to model their choice of having a smaller family.

    "By doing so, they set an example as to what has the most potential for mitigating climate change and its impacts, including severe flooding, deadlier heatwaves, increase in diseases, and wildlife extinctions."

    Prince Charles has also spoken out about his concerns over population growth in the past.

    In a 2010 speech at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies he cautioned that the world does not have the capacity to “sustain us all”.

    He said: “It would certainly help if the acceleration slowed down, but it would also help if the world reduced its desire to consume.”


    https://www.express.co.uk/news/royal...leton-pregnant






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    While they don't tell their own people to have fewer kids and they themselves don't follow their own advice, they are keen to tell non-whites to have fewer kids. As for Africa, it's the westerners who have been going there for centuries to rob them of their natural resources and to kill animals for support....yet the hypocrites make speeches as if the Africans are doing this.



    Living a luxury life on public welfare





    Some more wasting of tax payers money







 

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