More on the end of free speech in the United Kingdom

Following on from yesterday’s piece, this truly beggars belief.

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I saw the article above (Link) this morning, and it contained a bit more detail about what happened to Lauren Southern on her intended (and prevented) entry into the UK. I quote: [my comments added]

Southern took to Twitter to document the incident, and said: ‘I’m not kidding about this, but during my questioning by the UK police.

‘I was asked about my Christianity and whether I’m a radical. I was also asked how I feel about running Muslims over with cars.

A British security official confirmed all three had been refused entry and said when Sellner and Pettibone landed at Luton Airport, north of London, on Friday, border police refused to allow them to enter Britain.

They were detained and then deported on Sunday. [No, they weren’t – they never entered therefore were not deported, they were denied entry.]

The official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said the couple had been banned from entering by Britain’s Home Office on the grounds that their ‘presence in the UK was not conducive to the public good’. [According to whom?]

On Monday, British border police stationed in the French port of Calais also denied entry to Southern.

After being detained, Southern tweeted that British authorities had told her she was ‘officially banned from UK for “racism”‘. [Islam is NOT a race]

Note they call her “far-right” – in other words she is white, and seeks to prevent white genocide (even going to South Africa to film a documentary about the farmers’ plight there – brave lady!).

Katie Hopkins tweeted out this image of her refusal notice:

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Note the wording carefully – “by your own admission” – I’d like to know how that went down – admitting to distributing material which the government deems to be racist is the most likely explanation here. Also note the phrase “You have not sought entry under any other provisions under the immigration rules” – in other words there are other provisions which can be applied (presumably to the actual terrorists we keep letting back in to our country, no?).

Lauren also tweeted out this image which I only saw in the article quoted above today:

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Lauren was held under Schedule 7 – part of the terrorism act.

So words (printed on paper or spoken out of our mouths) are actually terrorism now?

Do you know who the only people are who are terrorised by words? Those whose arguments or behaviour cannot stand up to scrutiny. In this case that is the British establishment. I can’t imagine any Christian, or muslim being unable to defend their beliefs. Words don’t harm and words don’t terrorise.

When vivisecting unsuspecting people and calling it organ donation instead of murder is OK with the government, but speaking out about the coming genocide of whites is not (and you will be not only held, you will be denied entry to the country), we have a problem!

It won’t be long before the citizens of this country get locked up for wrong think too – except there will be nowhere for us to be “deported” to!

Ah well, at least Lauren had some fun with the system while she was in detention:

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Next time, Lauren, try identifying as British. 😉

God Bless you

Lis

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