Lord Ahmed threatens Parliament into submission
British Parliament caves to Muslim demands, calls off screening ofFitna
Labour Peer Lord Ahmed Threatens 10,000 Moslems will march on Parliament if Fitna film shown!
Another nail in the coffin of British free speech was well and truly hammered in today after it was revealed that a proposed screening of the film “Fitna” in the House of Lords was called off after Muslim peer Lord Ahmed threatened to mobilise 10,000 Muslims if the film was shown.Â The Sun
Abject cowardice and complete failure to comprehend the nature of the Islamic threat, Â combined with ignorance and incompetence allow this cretin to intimidate the whole British parliament and make a mockery of British democracy. To permit this filth to sit in parliament is an insult to every Brit. “Lord Ahmed” should have been arrested on the spot and stripped of all his privileges instantly.
Â Â Â Â Â *Â They don’t want to limit free speech, they just want to kill itThe renowned Nat Hentoff writes on the Islamic bloc’s war against free speech. “A free speech killer,” in theÂ Washington Times, February 2Â Â
It appears that a member of the House of Lords had invited the Dutch politician,Geert Wilders, to a private meeting in the Palace of Westminster. She had intended to invite her colleagues in the Lords to a private viewing of his ‘documentary’Â Fitna, followed by discussion and debate in true parliamentary fashion. This is, after all, a liberal democracy, and their lordships enjoy the rights of freedom of expression and freedom of association, not to mention certain parliamentary privileges for the protection of their function in the legislature.Â
But no sooner had the unsuspecting baroness sent out her invitations, Lord Ahmed raised hell. It isÂ reportedÂ that he ‘threatened to mobilise 10,000 Muslims to prevent Mr Wilders from entering the House and threatened to take the colleague who was organising the event to court’.
And soÂ FitnaÂ has been cancelled: it shall not now be screened in the House of Lords on 29th January.Â