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userFast Pat
Posted: 15 March 2019 5:15 PM
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Has to pay £20,000 in damages, https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/tommy-robinson-court-case-trial-stephen-yaxley-lennon-harassment-police-cambridgeshire-judge-a8825176.html?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook#Echobox=1552666534
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Posted: 15 March 2019 8:03 PM
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After seeing the clip of Yackety ranting and raving in his usual aggressive manner, i'm hardly surprised and glad justice has been served. He needs to be taught to respect the law.
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Posted: 17 March 2019 8:09 AM
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£20000 ... Chicken feed ... He cant win every battle ... Thousands and thousands of folk are glad to give money for the cause ... Win or lose the case his many followers will see it as another establishment white wash again so a win-win me thinks
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Posted: 17 March 2019 6:01 PM
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"Less than 48 hours after the Christchurch attack, 'Tommy Robinson' is on YouTube, livestreaming an interview and pushing the same 'Great Replacement' narrative that the terrorist did, although he's desperate not to be caught out."

https://twitter.com/MikeStuchbery_/status/1106940264692756481
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Posted: 17 March 2019 6:12 PM
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Fast Pat - 2019-03-17 6:01 PM

"Less than 48 hours after the Christchurch attack, 'Tommy Robinson' is on YouTube, livestreaming an interview and pushing the same 'Great Replacement' narrative that the terrorist did, although he's desperate not to be caught out."

https://twitter.com/MikeStuchbery_/status/1106940264692756481


Lordy ... Youve a ruddy cheek ... Your God that you re-joined The Labour Party for obviously secretly pushes the same "Great Replacement" narrative of Jews that Hitler did ... 6 million of em if I remember correctly and your on about Tommy ruddy Robinson PMSL ... You couldn't make it up
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Posted: 17 March 2019 8:13 PM
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antony1969 - 2019-03-17 6:12 PM

Fast Pat - 2019-03-17 6:01 PM

"Less than 48 hours after the Christchurch attack, 'Tommy Robinson' is on YouTube, livestreaming an interview and pushing the same 'Great Replacement' narrative that the terrorist did, although he's desperate not to be caught out."

https://twitter.com/MikeStuchbery_/status/1106940264692756481


Lordy ... Youve a ruddy cheek ... Your God that you re-joined The Labour Party for obviously secretly pushes the same "Great Replacement" narrative of Jews that Hitler did ... 6 million of em if I remember correctly and your on about Tommy ruddy Robinson PMSL ... You couldn't make it up

You keep throwing out these wild and spurious claims without providing a shred of factual evidence to support them. You say 'you couldn't make it up' but it's obvious to all from your incessant chest puffing bullish rants, that's exactly what you do!
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Posted: 17 March 2019 8:27 PM
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Im sorry ... I would have thought resignation after resignation from his own party regarding anti-Semitism would be proof enough ... You keep defending racists princess ... Not nice given whats happened just of late though but feel free to carry on
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Posted: 17 March 2019 8:43 PM
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antony1969 - 2019-03-17 8:27 PM

Im sorry ... I would have thought resignation after resignation from his own party regarding anti-Semitism would be proof enough .

Proof of what exactly? You've quickly gone extraordinarily vague and disingenuous now for some reason. You made reference in the previous post...Corbyn secretly pushes the same "Great Replacement" narrative of Jews that Hitler did ... 6 million of em so back that up with some fact please.
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Posted: 18 March 2019 6:20 AM
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antony1969 - 2019-03-17 8:27 PM

Im sorry ... I would have thought resignation after resignation from his own party regarding anti-Semitism would be proof enough .

Proof of what exactly? You've quickly gone extraordinarily vague and disingenuous now for some reason. You made reference in the previous post...Corbyn secretly pushes the same "Great Replacement" narrative of Jews that Hitler did ... 6 million of em so back that up with some fact please.


You might do better asking our lovely Jewish community the same question who are petrified of a Corbyn Labour Government ... https://www.timesofisrael.com/if-corbyn-became-pm-almost-40-of-uk-jews-would-seriously-consider-leaving/ ... You stay silent on this conveniently n'all ... https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/antisemitic-uk-figurers-racism-anti-jewish-crime-police-a8465031.html ... Vile
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Posted: 18 March 2019 8:24 PM
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antony1969 - 2019-03-18 6:20 AM

Bulletguy - 2019-03-17 8:43 PM

antony1969 - 2019-03-17 8:27 PM

Im sorry ... I would have thought resignation after resignation from his own party regarding anti-Semitism would be proof enough .

Proof of what exactly? You've quickly gone extraordinarily vague and disingenuous now for some reason. You made reference in the previous post...Corbyn secretly pushes the same "Great Replacement" narrative of Jews that Hitler did ... 6 million of em so back that up with some fact please.


You might do better asking our lovely Jewish community the same question...

You've deflected. I asked you 'proof of what exactly' and you either cannot, or will not, state.

I'd also like clarification on this comment you posted; Your God [Corbyn] that you re-joined The Labour Party for obviously secretly pushes the same "Great Replacement" narrative of Jews that Hitler did ... 6 million of em if I remember correctly.
As i read it, that reference is a thinly veiled implication of genocide. So it's a simple question. Either it was.....or it's not? Which is it?
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Posted: 18 March 2019 8:41 PM
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Bulletguy - 2019-03-18 8:24 PM

antony1969 - 2019-03-18 6:20 AM

Bulletguy - 2019-03-17 8:43 PM

antony1969 - 2019-03-17 8:27 PM

Im sorry ... I would have thought resignation after resignation from his own party regarding anti-Semitism would be proof enough .

Proof of what exactly? You've quickly gone extraordinarily vague and disingenuous now for some reason. You made reference in the previous post...Corbyn secretly pushes the same "Great Replacement" narrative of Jews that Hitler did ... 6 million of em so back that up with some fact please.


You might do better asking our lovely Jewish community the same question...

You've deflected. I asked you 'proof of what exactly' and you either cannot, or will not, state.

I'd also like clarification on this comment you posted; Your God [Corbyn] that you re-joined The Labour Party for obviously secretly pushes the same "Great Replacement" narrative of Jews that Hitler did ... 6 million of em if I remember correctly.
As i read it, that reference is a thinly veiled implication of genocide. So it's a simple question. Either it was.....or it's not? Which is it?


No deflection ... I pointed you towards good , decent people who are shi££ing themselves in large numbers about what a Corbyn Government would mean to them and their families safety ... They would much better answer your query ... Doubt if you know any Jews though or if any would be around to answer your questions when you leave your bedsit when everyone else is in bed ... Quite simple
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Posted: 21 March 2019 10:04 AM
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"After being served papers on 3 March, Stephen Yaxley-Lennon (‘Tommy Robinson’) has 14 days to respond to a case brought against him by a 16-year-old Syrian refugee who can only be identified as “Jamal”. In October 2018 a video was widely-shared showing the boy being knocked to the ground at his Huddersfield school before having water poured on his face.

Lennon claimed on his social media accounts after the incident that Jamal had been “violently attacking” young girls, though the mother of the pupil Lennon referred to stated that the boy was not involved in the assault. Lennon also claimed that “lots of Muslim gangs are beating up white English kids [in Britain]”.

Solicitor Tasnime Akunjee, who is representing Jamal and his family, has stated that due to “Lennon’s false remarks and their wide online circulation, Jamal became the focus of countless messages of hate and threats from the extreme rightwing”.

Akunjee added: “The police informed Jamal that there was an increased risk to the safety of he and his family; as a result, he and his family were forced to relocate.”

Akunjee has also highlighted the irresponsibility of Facebook in this incident, telling The Guardian: “Our submission is that Mr Robinson, in tandem with Facebook, engaged in defamation of our client and these the claims were repeated numerous times across the world.”

Pressure on social media

Akunjee’s statement highlights the growing pressure on social media companies to take greater action against propagators of hate.

On 26 February Lennon was dealt a major blow in this regard, after his private and public Facebook accounts, as well as his Instagram account, were deleted.

In a statement, Facebook said that Lennon had repeatedly broken its standards on the basis of “posting material that uses dehumanizing language and calls for violence targeted at Muslims,” as well as “behav[ing] in ways that violate our policies around organized hate”.

HOPE not hate has long campaigned against Lennon and welcomes this decision. As our chief executive, Nick Lowles, explained in HuffPost following the ban, not only will this have an impact on Lennon’s ability to spread hate, it will also affect his ability to fund his activities.

To put this in context, Lennon’s Facebook page had 1,080,000 followers and 996,300 likes, his posts regularly hit more than 10,000 shares, and on one occasion he managed to collect as much as £100,000 through the site’s charity donation tool.

Worryingly, Lennon saw considerable growth and international support in 2018. Yet now that he faces this new legal action, as well as increased pressure on tech on social media companies not to capitulate to the spreading of his hatred, the tide could be beginning to turn."

Hope not Hate
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Posted: 21 March 2019 11:24 AM
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Fast Pat - 2019-03-21 10:04 AM

"After being served papers on 3 March, Stephen Yaxley-Lennon (‘Tommy Robinson’) has 14 days to respond to a case brought against him by a 16-year-old Syrian refugee who can only be identified as “Jamal”. In October 2018 a video was widely-shared showing the boy being knocked to the ground at his Huddersfield school before having water poured on his face.

Lennon claimed on his social media accounts after the incident that Jamal had been “violently attacking” young girls, though the mother of the pupil Lennon referred to stated that the boy was not involved in the assault. Lennon also claimed that “lots of Muslim gangs are beating up white English kids [in Britain]”.

Solicitor Tasnime Akunjee, who is representing Jamal and his family, has stated that due to “Lennon’s false remarks and their wide online circulation, Jamal became the focus of countless messages of hate and threats from the extreme rightwing”.

Akunjee added: “The police informed Jamal that there was an increased risk to the safety of he and his family; as a result, he and his family were forced to relocate.”

Akunjee has also highlighted the irresponsibility of Facebook in this incident, telling The Guardian: “Our submission is that Mr Robinson, in tandem with Facebook, engaged in defamation of our client and these the claims were repeated numerous times across the world.”

Pressure on social media

Akunjee’s statement highlights the growing pressure on social media companies to take greater action against propagators of hate.

On 26 February Lennon was dealt a major blow in this regard, after his private and public Facebook accounts, as well as his Instagram account, were deleted.

In a statement, Facebook said that Lennon had repeatedly broken its standards on the basis of “posting material that uses dehumanizing language and calls for violence targeted at Muslims,” as well as “behav[ing] in ways that violate our policies around organized hate”.

HOPE not hate has long campaigned against Lennon and welcomes this decision. As our chief executive, Nick Lowles, explained in HuffPost following the ban, not only will this have an impact on Lennon’s ability to spread hate, it will also affect his ability to fund his activities.

To put this in context, Lennon’s Facebook page had 1,080,000 followers and 996,300 likes, his posts regularly hit more than 10,000 shares, and on one occasion he managed to collect as much as £100,000 through the site’s charity donation tool.

Worryingly, Lennon saw considerable growth and international support in 2018. Yet now that he faces this new legal action, as well as increased pressure on tech on social media companies not to capitulate to the spreading of his hatred, the tide could be beginning to turn."

Hope not Hate


Interesting you sign off with Hope not Hate given your admiration for Corbyn ... I'm confused given today yet another report on Jeremy's Labour Party says the party is institutionally racist and racism exists in the party from top to bottom ...

Hate no Hope
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Posted: 21 March 2019 2:06 PM
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antony1969 - 2019-03-21 11:24 AM

Fast Pat - 2019-03-21 10:04 AM

"After being served papers on 3 March, Stephen Yaxley-Lennon (‘Tommy Robinson’) has 14 days to respond to a case brought against him by a 16-year-old Syrian refugee who can only be identified as “Jamal”. In October 2018 a video was widely-shared showing the boy being knocked to the ground at his Huddersfield school before having water poured on his face.

Lennon claimed on his social media accounts after the incident that Jamal had been “violently attacking” young girls, though the mother of the pupil Lennon referred to stated that the boy was not involved in the assault. Lennon also claimed that “lots of Muslim gangs are beating up white English kids [in Britain]”.

Solicitor Tasnime Akunjee, who is representing Jamal and his family, has stated that due to “Lennon’s false remarks and their wide online circulation, Jamal became the focus of countless messages of hate and threats from the extreme rightwing”.

Akunjee added: “The police informed Jamal that there was an increased risk to the safety of he and his family; as a result, he and his family were forced to relocate.”

Akunjee has also highlighted the irresponsibility of Facebook in this incident, telling The Guardian: “Our submission is that Mr Robinson, in tandem with Facebook, engaged in defamation of our client and these the claims were repeated numerous times across the world.”

Pressure on social media

Akunjee’s statement highlights the growing pressure on social media companies to take greater action against propagators of hate.

On 26 February Lennon was dealt a major blow in this regard, after his private and public Facebook accounts, as well as his Instagram account, were deleted.

In a statement, Facebook said that Lennon had repeatedly broken its standards on the basis of “posting material that uses dehumanizing language and calls for violence targeted at Muslims,” as well as “behav[ing] in ways that violate our policies around organized hate”.

HOPE not hate has long campaigned against Lennon and welcomes this decision. As our chief executive, Nick Lowles, explained in HuffPost following the ban, not only will this have an impact on Lennon’s ability to spread hate, it will also affect his ability to fund his activities.

To put this in context, Lennon’s Facebook page had 1,080,000 followers and 996,300 likes, his posts regularly hit more than 10,000 shares, and on one occasion he managed to collect as much as £100,000 through the site’s charity donation tool.

Worryingly, Lennon saw considerable growth and international support in 2018. Yet now that he faces this new legal action, as well as increased pressure on tech on social media companies not to capitulate to the spreading of his hatred, the tide could be beginning to turn."

Hope not Hate


Interesting you sign off with Hope not Hate given your admiration for Corbyn ... I'm confused given today yet another report on Jeremy's Labour Party says the party is institutionally racist and racism exists in the party from top to bottom ...

Hate no Hope

How many reports do you need on racism within the Tory party? The "poison" of Islamophobia is "very widespread" in the Conservative Party but is being “ignored” by Tory leaders, a former co-chair of the party has said.

Baroness Warsi said the problem was present at all levels of her party and claimed some of the Tories’ own campaigns had included anti-Muslim messages.

It follows calls for an investigation into Islamophobia in the party after a series of Conservative politicians were found to have made or shared offensive comments about Muslims.

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/mar/07/tories-islamophobia-anti-muslim-hate

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/conservatives-islamophobia-tory-party-racism-baroness-warsi-a8394271.html

https://speakerpolitics.co.uk/headlines/1118-baroness-warsi-tories-are-institutionally-islamophobic

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/27-times-tory-party-racism-7904018

https://www.reknr.com/uk/a-dossier-of-racism-in-the-conservative-party/
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Posted: 21 March 2019 3:11 PM
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Bulletguy - 2019-03-21 2:06 PM

antony1969 - 2019-03-21 11:24 AM

Fast Pat - 2019-03-21 10:04 AM

"After being served papers on 3 March, Stephen Yaxley-Lennon (‘Tommy Robinson’) has 14 days to respond to a case brought against him by a 16-year-old Syrian refugee who can only be identified as “Jamal”. In October 2018 a video was widely-shared showing the boy being knocked to the ground at his Huddersfield school before having water poured on his face.

Lennon claimed on his social media accounts after the incident that Jamal had been “violently attacking” young girls, though the mother of the pupil Lennon referred to stated that the boy was not involved in the assault. Lennon also claimed that “lots of Muslim gangs are beating up white English kids [in Britain]”.

Solicitor Tasnime Akunjee, who is representing Jamal and his family, has stated that due to “Lennon’s false remarks and their wide online circulation, Jamal became the focus of countless messages of hate and threats from the extreme rightwing”.

Akunjee added: “The police informed Jamal that there was an increased risk to the safety of he and his family; as a result, he and his family were forced to relocate.”

Akunjee has also highlighted the irresponsibility of Facebook in this incident, telling The Guardian: “Our submission is that Mr Robinson, in tandem with Facebook, engaged in defamation of our client and these the claims were repeated numerous times across the world.”

Pressure on social media

Akunjee’s statement highlights the growing pressure on social media companies to take greater action against propagators of hate.

On 26 February Lennon was dealt a major blow in this regard, after his private and public Facebook accounts, as well as his Instagram account, were deleted.

In a statement, Facebook said that Lennon had repeatedly broken its standards on the basis of “posting material that uses dehumanizing language and calls for violence targeted at Muslims,” as well as “behav[ing] in ways that violate our policies around organized hate”.

HOPE not hate has long campaigned against Lennon and welcomes this decision. As our chief executive, Nick Lowles, explained in HuffPost following the ban, not only will this have an impact on Lennon’s ability to spread hate, it will also affect his ability to fund his activities.

To put this in context, Lennon’s Facebook page had 1,080,000 followers and 996,300 likes, his posts regularly hit more than 10,000 shares, and on one occasion he managed to collect as much as £100,000 through the site’s charity donation tool.

Worryingly, Lennon saw considerable growth and international support in 2018. Yet now that he faces this new legal action, as well as increased pressure on tech on social media companies not to capitulate to the spreading of his hatred, the tide could be beginning to turn."

Hope not Hate


Interesting you sign off with Hope not Hate given your admiration for Corbyn ... I'm confused given today yet another report on Jeremy's Labour Party says the party is institutionally racist and racism exists in the party from top to bottom ...

Hate no Hope

How many reports do you need on racism within the Tory party? The "poison" of Islamophobia is "very widespread" in the Conservative Party but is being “ignored” by Tory leaders, a former co-chair of the party has said.

Baroness Warsi said the problem was present at all levels of her party and claimed some of the Tories’ own campaigns had included anti-Muslim messages.

It follows calls for an investigation into Islamophobia in the party after a series of Conservative politicians were found to have made or shared offensive comments about Muslims.

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/mar/07/tories-islamophobia-anti-muslim-hate

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/conservatives-islamophobia-tory-party-racism-baroness-warsi-a8394271.html

https://speakerpolitics.co.uk/headlines/1118-baroness-warsi-tories-are-institutionally-islamophobic

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/27-times-tory-party-racism-7904018

https://www.reknr.com/uk/a-dossier-of-racism-in-the-conservative-party/


Warsi ??? ... C'mon ... Really
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Posted: 21 March 2019 4:18 PM
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antony1969 - 2019-03-21 3:11 PM

Bulletguy - 2019-03-21 2:06 PM

antony1969 - 2019-03-21 11:24 AM

Fast Pat - 2019-03-21 10:04 AM

"After being served papers on 3 March, Stephen Yaxley-Lennon (‘Tommy Robinson’) has 14 days to respond to a case brought against him by a 16-year-old Syrian refugee who can only be identified as “Jamal”. In October 2018 a video was widely-shared showing the boy being knocked to the ground at his Huddersfield school before having water poured on his face.

Lennon claimed on his social media accounts after the incident that Jamal had been “violently attacking” young girls, though the mother of the pupil Lennon referred to stated that the boy was not involved in the assault. Lennon also claimed that “lots of Muslim gangs are beating up white English kids [in Britain]”.

Solicitor Tasnime Akunjee, who is representing Jamal and his family, has stated that due to “Lennon’s false remarks and their wide online circulation, Jamal became the focus of countless messages of hate and threats from the extreme rightwing”.

Akunjee added: “The police informed Jamal that there was an increased risk to the safety of he and his family; as a result, he and his family were forced to relocate.”

Akunjee has also highlighted the irresponsibility of Facebook in this incident, telling The Guardian: “Our submission is that Mr Robinson, in tandem with Facebook, engaged in defamation of our client and these the claims were repeated numerous times across the world.”

Pressure on social media

Akunjee’s statement highlights the growing pressure on social media companies to take greater action against propagators of hate.

On 26 February Lennon was dealt a major blow in this regard, after his private and public Facebook accounts, as well as his Instagram account, were deleted.

In a statement, Facebook said that Lennon had repeatedly broken its standards on the basis of “posting material that uses dehumanizing language and calls for violence targeted at Muslims,” as well as “behav[ing] in ways that violate our policies around organized hate”.

HOPE not hate has long campaigned against Lennon and welcomes this decision. As our chief executive, Nick Lowles, explained in HuffPost following the ban, not only will this have an impact on Lennon’s ability to spread hate, it will also affect his ability to fund his activities.

To put this in context, Lennon’s Facebook page had 1,080,000 followers and 996,300 likes, his posts regularly hit more than 10,000 shares, and on one occasion he managed to collect as much as £100,000 through the site’s charity donation tool.

Worryingly, Lennon saw considerable growth and international support in 2018. Yet now that he faces this new legal action, as well as increased pressure on tech on social media companies not to capitulate to the spreading of his hatred, the tide could be beginning to turn."

Hope not Hate


Interesting you sign off with Hope not Hate given your admiration for Corbyn ... I'm confused given today yet another report on Jeremy's Labour Party says the party is institutionally racist and racism exists in the party from top to bottom ...

Hate no Hope

How many reports do you need on racism within the Tory party? The "poison" of Islamophobia is "very widespread" in the Conservative Party but is being “ignored” by Tory leaders, a former co-chair of the party has said.

Baroness Warsi said the problem was present at all levels of her party and claimed some of the Tories’ own campaigns had included anti-Muslim messages.

It follows calls for an investigation into Islamophobia in the party after a series of Conservative politicians were found to have made or shared offensive comments about Muslims.

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/mar/07/tories-islamophobia-anti-muslim-hate

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/conservatives-islamophobia-tory-party-racism-baroness-warsi-a8394271.html

https://speakerpolitics.co.uk/headlines/1118-baroness-warsi-tories-are-institutionally-islamophobic

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/27-times-tory-party-racism-7904018

https://www.reknr.com/uk/a-dossier-of-racism-in-the-conservative-party/


Warsi ??? ... C'mon ... Really

You have a problem with Baroness Warsi because.........what/why exactly???
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Bulletguy - 2019-03-21 4:18 PM

antony1969 - 2019-03-21 3:11 PM

Bulletguy - 2019-03-21 2:06 PM

antony1969 - 2019-03-21 11:24 AM

Fast Pat - 2019-03-21 10:04 AM

"After being served papers on 3 March, Stephen Yaxley-Lennon (‘Tommy Robinson’) has 14 days to respond to a case brought against him by a 16-year-old Syrian refugee who can only be identified as “Jamal”. In October 2018 a video was widely-shared showing the boy being knocked to the ground at his Huddersfield school before having water poured on his face.

Lennon claimed on his social media accounts after the incident that Jamal had been “violently attacking” young girls, though the mother of the pupil Lennon referred to stated that the boy was not involved in the assault. Lennon also claimed that “lots of Muslim gangs are beating up white English kids [in Britain]”.

Solicitor Tasnime Akunjee, who is representing Jamal and his family, has stated that due to “Lennon’s false remarks and their wide online circulation, Jamal became the focus of countless messages of hate and threats from the extreme rightwing”.

Akunjee added: “The police informed Jamal that there was an increased risk to the safety of he and his family; as a result, he and his family were forced to relocate.”

Akunjee has also highlighted the irresponsibility of Facebook in this incident, telling The Guardian: “Our submission is that Mr Robinson, in tandem with Facebook, engaged in defamation of our client and these the claims were repeated numerous times across the world.”

Pressure on social media

Akunjee’s statement highlights the growing pressure on social media companies to take greater action against propagators of hate.

On 26 February Lennon was dealt a major blow in this regard, after his private and public Facebook accounts, as well as his Instagram account, were deleted.

In a statement, Facebook said that Lennon had repeatedly broken its standards on the basis of “posting material that uses dehumanizing language and calls for violence targeted at Muslims,” as well as “behav[ing] in ways that violate our policies around organized hate”.

HOPE not hate has long campaigned against Lennon and welcomes this decision. As our chief executive, Nick Lowles, explained in HuffPost following the ban, not only will this have an impact on Lennon’s ability to spread hate, it will also affect his ability to fund his activities.

To put this in context, Lennon’s Facebook page had 1,080,000 followers and 996,300 likes, his posts regularly hit more than 10,000 shares, and on one occasion he managed to collect as much as £100,000 through the site’s charity donation tool.

Worryingly, Lennon saw considerable growth and international support in 2018. Yet now that he faces this new legal action, as well as increased pressure on tech on social media companies not to capitulate to the spreading of his hatred, the tide could be beginning to turn."

Hope not Hate


Interesting you sign off with Hope not Hate given your admiration for Corbyn ... I'm confused given today yet another report on Jeremy's Labour Party says the party is institutionally racist and racism exists in the party from top to bottom ...

Hate no Hope

How many reports do you need on racism within the Tory party? The "poison" of Islamophobia is "very widespread" in the Conservative Party but is being “ignored” by Tory leaders, a former co-chair of the party has said.

Baroness Warsi said the problem was present at all levels of her party and claimed some of the Tories’ own campaigns had included anti-Muslim messages.

It follows calls for an investigation into Islamophobia in the party after a series of Conservative politicians were found to have made or shared offensive comments about Muslims.

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/mar/07/tories-islamophobia-anti-muslim-hate

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/conservatives-islamophobia-tory-party-racism-baroness-warsi-a8394271.html

https://speakerpolitics.co.uk/headlines/1118-baroness-warsi-tories-are-institutionally-islamophobic

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/27-times-tory-party-racism-7904018

https://www.reknr.com/uk/a-dossier-of-racism-in-the-conservative-party/


Warsi ??? ... C'mon ... Really

You have a problem with Baroness Warsi because.........what/why exactly???


I dont recall saying I did ... Where did I say that ???
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