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There’s lots going on at the moment:
“The Home Secretary should consider using her discretion to ban these two speakers from entering the country”– Â Chairman of the Home Affairs Select Committee Keith Vaz
Radio interview with Robert Spencer Â here.Â There are numerous highlights. Hilarious.
In any case, Â don’t miss this one:
It’s interesting to me that the BBC is all over this story and they go to the vicious hate propagandistÂ “Tell Mama’s” Fiyaz MughalÂ and Jihad sympathizers like Keith Vaz but show no voices in support of our work for freedom. It is a vicious, insidious piece of smear theater. Mughal ofÂ the recently defundedÂ “Tell Mama” hate group insists that the Rigby family wants to get on with their lives. WhatÂ hubris.
And Labour MP Keith Vaz, chairman of the Home Affairs select committee told HuffPost UK: “…Home Secretary should consider using her discretion to ban these two speakers from entering the country.” Vaz is a notorious subversive and has been promoting a vicious agenda for decades.Â Back in 1995:
It was reported on Channel 4 News around ten years ago that Vaz was secretly taped saying he ‘wanted to create an AsianÂ [Muslim]Â Â colony’ in an area of Leicester, and complaining that not enough Asians were moving in and not enough whites moving out. “’They (the whites) will know when to move out … they’ll get a visit from the men in grey suits, hahaha’.”
He is currently serving under a cloud of ethics violationsÂ (here) and there are myriad calls for his suspension (here). The Committee on Standards and Privileges found that Mr Vaz had committedÂ “serious breaches” of the MPs’ code of conduct, as well as a contempt of the House of Commons.
Several years ago, Vaz led a march of thousands of Muslims in Leicester calling for Salman Rushdie’s bookÂ The Satanic Versesto be banned. And he has called for “islamo-faux-obia” toÂ prosecuted as a “hate crime.”
I am a human rights activist dedicated to freedom of speech, freedom of conscience and equality of rights for all before the law. On what grounds would the UK ban us?
Is that a voice for the public good?