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Apr. 14, 2016
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It's official: two prominent members of Britain First have been banned from protesting outside any Mosques in the United Kingdom for the supposed "crime" of inciting Muslims to attack them.
Meanwhile, the Muslim extremists filmed violently jump kicking and attacking native Brits for having the audacity to silently protest outside their Mosque have not been arrested and are free to continue their Islamist takeover of what's now being called "Londonistan."
From the IB Times:
Two Britain First activists have been banned from entering London and going within 250m of any mosque in the UK after an anti-Islam protest in East London descended into violence. Supporters of the Christian right-wing political party were involved in a volatile stand-off with opponents on Saturday (9 April) after staging a demonstration outside East London Mosque.Local Tower Hamlets Mayor John Biggs celebrated taking the pair's rights away: "I stand in solidarity with all residents of Tower Hamlets, and particularly our Muslim community, who feel threatened by the provocative actions of Britain First. We must continue to send the strong message that Britain First is not welcome in any corner of our borough."
The message is clear: "Provoking" violence through silent protest is worse than committing violence in response to silent protest. Mayor Biggs ought to be banned from public office, publicly shamed, and thrown in jail for this despicable, traitorous act.
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