Granny's Encounter With a "Fair & Balanced" Reporter From Al BeBeeCeera

Esmerelda Weatherwax went to the Royal Anglians homecoming parade in Barking. In the New English Review she describes her experience, as the day would be marred by the “Muslims against Crusaders.”

I was able to get quite close to the Muslims against Crusaders. The one with the loudhailer was going on about how dare the Royal Anglians “Come to this Muslim area”.

A man near me yelled at him “This is a Christian area”.
I yelled, “There was a Christian Abbey here in the year 600, (before Mohammed)” at which point a police officer asked me to move along. He did call me Madam and said please.
And my partisan remarks are not meant to denegrate the contribution made by Jews, Hindus, Buddhists etc.

A camera and microphone was shoved in my face from the Muslim against Crusader side of the barrier.

“What do you think of all this?”
“I think it’s appalling, and by the way who are you with” I asked?
“I’m with the BBC” he said “Making a documentary”.
“Well, it’s disgusting, that the Royal Anglians coming home are faced with this”
“What would you say if I told you that my brother (or Step brother) like me, is a convert and is demonstrating with the others”.
“Then I feel very sorry for him and will pray that he turns back to Christ. I have nothing more to say”
Except I made him have his picture taken, as he had filmed me. There he is below, BBC documentary maker and fellow traveller.

Islamo agit prop from Al BeBeeCeera

A reader comments:

The BBC reporter whom you spoke to may say that his brother is a convert, but looking at him I wouldn’t be surprised if he himself were a convert (the beard and the subject matter of his reporting is suggestive of such a stance). Indigenous converts truly are beyond the pale, for they have freely chosen to abandon freedom and embrace evil.

Dumbles, who sometimes posts here, notes:

What, I wonder, would have been done with a bunch of German residents and British fascist sympathisers in SS uniforms who dared to march down a British street waving Swastika banners and shouting ‘Sieg Heil’ and ‘Heil Hitler’ and ‘Victory to the Reich!’ and ‘Death to the King!’ in a British street in 1941 or 1942?  These Muslims are doing *exactly* the same kind of thing.  If they were waving swords or guns (and I wonder – did the police frisk them all for concealed weaponry, before permitting them onto the street to carry out their Muslim declaration of war?) they would be recognised for what they are: an enemy force within the gates.

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7 thoughts on “Granny's Encounter With a "Fair & Balanced" Reporter From Al BeBeeCeera”

  1. Esmerelda’s article was the best (and only balanced) first-hand report that I read of the parade and demonstration. Given that she spoke to the young BBC convert with the beard, are we now to expect some sickening al-Beeb documentary in the near future about how all of the protesters are really misunderstood peace-loving folk just standing up for their rights? I think that could well be the sum of it.

    I dissected the London Evening Post’s biased reporting of the event here:

  2. All I can say about this disgusting episode is, the next time there is a homecoming for our troops that all of us make that extra effort to be there and welcome them. It’s the only way. Writing about our feelings on the internet serves a very small purpose, but actions always speak louder than words, and if I’m able, I will be there the next time. If we don’t stop these scum soon, it will be too late, or we will find ourselves in the third world war, but it will be a different one this time.

  3. I share your suspicion, kaw – very strongly.

    Any lurking muslims, or their enablers – flee from islam.

    Run for your lives.

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