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British actor Laurence Fox holds a rally for freedom of expression, he dares not name the enemies of freedom of expression

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Laurence Fox is an actor who ran for the role of Mayor of London. You are defending freedom of expression and are protesting the masks. He loves multiculturalism and will not address the issues of multiculturalism. People say he let Sadiq Khan win the mayoral race because Fox got around 10,000 votes, and if he hadn’t run for mayor, Khan might have lost as he won by a small margin.

Fox organized a demonstration for freedom of expression in Batley on June 24. The by-elections are approaching in that area, and Fox, along with George Galloway, wanted to force or shame some of the candidates of the main political parties to raise their voice in support of the teacher of that area who is still hiding along with his wife and four children after showing a picture of Muhammad in class. The accusations being made against the candidates is that they are cowards bowing to the will of the Muslim mind and its demands. The talks given revolved around the culture of cancellation and the need to have different opinions without resorting to violence. No member of the major political parties chose to attend or speak at the event. This could be for any reason, but the fear of being tainted by association with someone who is too lazy, albeit falsely labeled “far right” is probably what caused his absence. They no doubt think that their presence would have legitimized Fox and his concerns. If they do not participate, the problem does not exist. It’s the fingers in the ears and the “la, la, la, la, I can’t hear you” syndrome that many politicians adopt when it comes to something Islamic.

When it came to discussing the situation with the school teacher, Fox did not dare to utter the words “Islam” or “Muslims.” how did you go the small crowd of people who had gathered. He was canceling his own language, choosing instead to refer to “the intolerant minority” who intimidated the teacher and who sent death threats and intimidated women and children at the school gates. You can’t fix a problem if you can’t name it. Laurence works under the illusion that we are all good at heart and we all aspire to the same things in the long run and that all human life is sacred to everyone else. “The intolerant minority” suggests that there are people other than Muslims who are among those who sent the teacher into hiding. Laurence’s assumption is that most Muslims think that Muhammad’s drawings should be displayed in schools, although 80% of UK Muslims find the notion deeply offensive. Laurence’s fear of Islam forces him to find any other word or phrase to use other than “Muslim” as a place to put the blame.

I’ve written about Batley before, here. There is a problem in that town that goes beyond what happens to the teacher and that proves that the problem is not “an intolerant minority”. This is not surprising when you look at who is the head of the Batley West council: a Muslim named Shabir Pandor, the man who sent a warning, or who at least approved it, to Laurence Fox and company. advising them not to go to their village for the meeting. A little known fact is that the magnet that led the charge at the school gates turns out to be Shabir’s brother, Muhammad Amin Pandor. Fox did not mention this, even though he was supposedly there to defend the teacher’s rights. How could he not tell the crowd and the rolling cameras that there was an imam in their midst who was guiding and directing the Muslim majority in that city, and that everything was being done with the approval of the council, and that things could only be done? Would it get worse and more extreme the longer those two brothers were allowed to hold positions of authority at Batley?

Fox also forgot to cover the fact that Batley has the highest number of arrests of Muslim child rapists in England, and here he was thinking that the lives of schoolgirls mattered to him. Ninety-nine arrests in all, all within a three-and-a-half mile radius of Councilman Pandor’s home. Pandor appears to be a epicenter of corruption and vice. Also, note that thirty-two Pakistani Muslim rapists from the Kirklees area of ​​Batley will appear in court charged with raping girls as young as thirteen. The reader will not be surprised by this. Wherever these Pakistani Muslims settle, gangs of rapists flourish and the village children are groomed and exploited for the satisfaction of the monstrous Muslim libido. If you scroll down the list of rapist names in Article, you will see an Ebrahim Pandor. Relative of the counselor? Most likely, given how inbred many of them are.

Laurence Fox’s talk at the free speech event will accomplish absolutely nothing more than keeping it in the press. He’s striving to be a defender of free speech and proudly flying the Union Jack, and upholding and upholding ‘UK values’, whatever they are these days, but he falls short. In his naivety, he does not realize that many Muslims are political animals and that they move in a herd of groupthink. He does not see them voting in an Islamic bloc for any Muslim candidate running for any kind of office, and the more extreme the candidate’s views, the better. Batley is what Pakistani politics and Muslims produce when they settle in an area.

It is not even that Muslims are the majority in that city, although they comprise a substantial part of it. The Census 2021 shows us that “Apart from the UK, Pakistan was the main country of birth, with Panjabi being the most popular language besides English or Welsh.” It is simply that they have made such profound advances in relation to their positions in the local council, the mosque and the pressure and fear that they can exert on the police, the media and any other institution in the name of being a “marginalized minority” . . “Pakistani politics is so deeply ingrained that non-Muslim candidates have to indulge the Islamic mind if they want to be elected, and at least one candidate says that he will be a voice on the international stage for voters who support Palestine. What does he have to do with it. see Palestine with the repair of potholes in the roads, the financing of parks and libraries or the collection of more garbage in the streets?

You already have an idea of ​​Batley. Politicians are whores who promise anything to get a vote, and in Batley they know they need to appeal to Muslims more than anyone else for a chance to be elected, even if that means supporting regimes that are guilty of human rights. rights violations

Researching this article, I did an internet search for “Batley news” and found that the vast majority of stories and images about that city are about Pakistani Muslims. There are rapes, drug arrests and drug debts, torture, exploitation of the elderly, attempts to join ISIS, bribery, corruption, gang rape and grooming, death threats to non-Muslims, voter fraud, intimidation and much, much more. It is a city with big problems that must be solved. But with Pakistan’s politics and sharia being what they are, the problems will only continue as long as we continue to think of Muslims as poor, peaceful and defenseless individuals who get a bad name because of “an intolerant minority.” It is time to acknowledge the fact that Islam has no place in Western civilization. Batley is a city that might be too late to save and sadly many other UK cities and towns are heading down the same path. Batley would appear to be a model for our future.

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