UK: Theresa May Bans White Nationalist Advocating Ethno-State, Welcomes Muslims Advocating CaliphateChris Menahan
Jul. 15, 2016
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The new British Prime Minister, Theresa May, quietly banned from the UK "a self-described 'identitarian' who leads a white nationalist think tank in Northern Virginia," the Washington Post reports.
The political tumult in post-Brexit U.K. politics has given the country a new prime minister: Theresa May, set to take office Wednesday. That was a defeat for the wing of the ruling Conservative Party that actively campaigned for the country to leave the European Union, but it's not seen as a defeat for the right. As the home secretary, roughly Westminster's equivalent of a U.S. secretary of homeland security, May was best known as a critic of unchecked immigration.
Instead, he learned that the Home Office had reviewed a speeches he'd given about the need for "an ethno-state" where "whites could reach the stars," a goal hampered by mass immigration.I guess the mass immigration of Muslims which led to the Rotherham scandal whereby Pakistani immigrants raped and molested thousands of British girls doesn't count as "inter-community violence," but instead "cultural enrichment."
Earlier this year, May "hailed" the "many benefits" of Sharia law.
"Many British people of different faiths follow religious codes and practices, and benefit a great deal from the guidance they offer," she said.
While May bans white people from the UK for advocating in favor of an ethno-state, she welcomes Muslims advocating for a caliphate.
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