The Crazy Dance of the Snickering Jitterbugs

Leftist scribblers argue that Spencer and Geller should be admitted into the UK

James Bloodworth, the editor of liberal British blog Left Foot Forward:

“…the ban is “counterproductive” as it will merely provide Geller and Spencer with “easy ammunition to throw back at us.”

“Let Geller in!,” by Alex Seitz-Wald at Salon, June 28:

It’s no secret that we vehemently disagree with anti-Muslim activist and blogger Pam Geller — and the feeling is mutual.

What is reprehensible about Spencer & Gellers views? Seitz-Wald doesn’t say.

“It will merely make them free speech martyrs, despite their abhorrent views,”Jillian York, the Director of International Freedom of Expression at the Electronic Frontier Foundation said in an email.

What “abhorrent views” do they hold? Again, Jillian York doesn’t say. Just like the G-lards and her sycophants never explained  what makes Geert Wilders views “abhorrent”. But the G-lard goose didn’t need to explain her lies and her criminal career background at Slater & Gordon either.

Melanie Phillips sends the enemies of the United Kingdom the message that they have it on the run

I do not support the approach taken by either Geller or Spencer to the problem of Islamic extremism. Both have endorsed groups such as the EDL and others which at best do not deal with the thuggish elements in their ranks and at worst are truly racist or xenophobic.

No wonder her enemies call her “mad Mel”.

Dumber than Duss?

“It’s not something I imagined I’d ever have to say, but here it is: Geller and Spencer should be allowed to speak. Our societies are strong enough to survive their stupidity.”

Unfortunately, our societies don’t seem to be strong enough to survive the stupidity of  jitterbugs like Duss.

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Back to reality: the British dhimmi government does the bidding for the invading Muslim armies:

The “far-right” English Defence League (EDL) supporters have been threatened with arrest if they gather at the site where soldier Drummer Lee Rigby was murdered this weekend.


Reacting to the Met’s decision, Tommy Robinson said: “The police are enforcing no-go zones for non-Muslims. It’s a charity walk with two people taking part.

“When has a Muslim charity walk ever been made to have conditions?”

2000 EDL protestors gather in Blackpool

EDL speaker Tony Curtis told the throngs: “My message to the authorities who let Charlene’s family down is we won’t forget. We said we’d be back and, by God, we’re back today.