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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Britain’s grinning police state

Ugh!

In the wake of the Manchester bombing (which raised more questions than I care to try to address), we suddenly had armed police on the streets. Do you remember France doing the same thing after the Paris bombing? Yep. Do you also realise that ever since, there has always been some kind of ‘terror incident’ just prior to the date upon which such special measures were due to end? I hope that does not happen in this case – armed police are due to leave our streets on Monday night.

So let’s take a look at the photos of the police state as it flexes it’s oh-so-friendly muscles, shall we? I mean, who doesn’t want to experience the joy of a policeman with an automatic weapon smiling and blowing kisses to members of the public? Who wouldn’t want to be made safe by such ‘delightful’ and ‘friendly’ people? Huh?

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Smiling police reassuring thousands? What about Jean Charles De Menezes? You must go and read that piece – it highlights the very reasons why more police on our streets, and specifically ones with guns, is NOT a reassuring sign.

The issue that will not be dealt with is the issue of Islam. Saudi Wahhabism has infiltrated many mosques in Britain, funded by the Saudis who then appoint the imams who are radicalising the young. Why was this ever allowed to take place?

Why have we got security forces assisting in this radicalisation – our own secret services have been accused of radicalising wives of muslim men in the UK, who then left to go and fight in Syria. How crazy is that? What are they doing? Why is this happening?

Because you must cow and weaken and make afraid the white native folks of this country if you want to bring in totalitarianism and Agenda 2030 (which has little to do with the environment, and everything to do with the management, control and selection/genocide of mankind). You simply can’t institute this kind of evil in a free and just society!

But in the wake of the Manchester incident, we see that people are calling for ‘something’ to be done.

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‘Something’ – because it’s hard to define what we want. We want safety, and we are far from acheiving that again without some serious action.

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But we need to be very careful what we wish for. As I’ve written before, We risk our own freedoms every time we call for the freedoms of others around us to be curbed. Read: How to close an open society – UK version

We risk, in fact, disproportionate action against ourselves in our own land, as we call for ‘something’ to be done. How about these snippets from here: How long before UK resembles Venezuela?

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Preventive repression. We are not far from that:

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And indeed, Tommy Robinson has received numerous death threats from muslims, which Bedfordshire police have failed to take action over, yet we have people (white people, I might add) who are serving jail time for throwing bacon at a mosque.

That is what we risk, as we cry for ‘safety’ – and in fact the very notion that we, as white British people in our own country, will be safer if muslims are locked up, is simply false. They were allowed here to accomplish a goal for the NWO. It wasn’t a result of a failed experiment that we were bombed on Monday. It was the result of a plot – one of satan’s own – to bring down our people all across Europe. To persecute us, and destroy our way of life.

Grinning ‘friendly’ armed police on our streets is just an early symptom of the coming police state.

It is time to get right with God. Time is ticking on, and we don’t know when Yeshua will return. As we see the incredible acceleration of evil across the western world, we must be ready with oil in our lamps. We must be prepared in every way, but above all spiritually. Our faith must be strong.

God Bless you

Lis

Peter Hitchens nails it –

I read his piece yesterday in the Mail on Sunday – an he get’s it just right. I agree with him:

“As an extremist, I am very worried about the planned Extremism Bill, which our Prime Minister is about to ram through Parliament.

So should you be. You are probably extremists, too, or will soon become extremists.

You may well remember when many opinions now viewed as despicable and more or less criminal were freely expressed – often by the same people and media who now condemn them.

I certainly do. Much of the conservative patriotic Christianity which my parents’ generation saw as normal has now been driven underground, and those who express it – especially in the public sector – face discipline or the sack, and are sometimes prosecuted.

Many of the current establishment’s attacks on Labour aren’t disagreements among free people in a free society. They are demands for abject recantations expressed by people who clearly think such views should not be allowed.

And the expression ‘extremism’ doesn’t mean anything objective or measurable. It just means a view that is out of favour with the current government and establishment.[…]

Yet, instead, we waste our time and destroy our freedom by futile attempts to control what people think.”

Yes, Peter, as an extremist myself – for example, I believe that homosexuality is a sin, and as such I’m likely to be viewed as though I might want to throw a gay man off a tall building which is the very last thing I would do, or condone, but hey, I’m an extremist. If you’re reading this blog, you probably are too.

You are committing a thought crime by even considering that the world is flat, just as God said it was. You are committing a thought crime by questioning the media’s version of events surrounding any of the too-numerous-to-mention false flag attacks, most notably 9/11. For being against war. For believing that unfettered immigration is treason against the British people. I could go on…

Get ready to be locked up for what you believe. What goes on in your head is no longer “nobody’s business” when your very facial expression can be read by a facial recognition camera and have you logged for further surveillance.

I am saddened that we have reached this point of all-out Stasi state, all out Communism in fact. It looks like fascism, but they are really the same. Easiest to refer to it as totalitarianism. That it certainly is.

God Bless you

Lis

Totalitarianism in action

Corruption is EVERYWHERE today – have a listen to the lovely, and eloquent Nigel Farage, as he takes on the Soviet style of EU government:

Then watch Will Potter talk about secret prisons in the United States:

You might think these two are not related – an odd juxtaposition, but they are indicative of totalitarianism in action. This is world-wide. It is satanic.

We must be aware of the need to fast and pray and be right with the Lord, as the time is short.

God Bless you

Lis

What will you do when you can no longer speak out?

When no one will be allowed to hear your views?

If you are a Christian this will be sooner rather than later. If you’re in the UK it’s coming – the government wants to crack down on ‘extremism.’ Yet so far it has declined to define extremism – which makes it very easy to become a target.

Firstly I will say that free speech is a benefit to all. If you cannot HEAR a view which is repellant, how can you educate the young to be repelled by it? If such views are deemed ‘unacceptable’ where other views are deemed to be sacrosanct, we’ve entered an Orwellian nightmare.

maxresdefault2-1024x576If extremism is undefined, the government has free reign to move the goalposts until even speaking the Law of God will become an offense – how can it not be? God’s Law says that homosexuality is wrong – what could be more offensive than that, these days?

Extremism is a moving target – and an oppressive regime such as the one we appear to have elected, can use it how it likes, when it likes, to stop any action or mode of speech – it’s a race to totalitarianism.

Let’s look at extremism:

800px-ExtermeironingrivelinI’m not joking – that’s extreme ironing (source).

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I’m not trying to be flippant here – my point is serious. Extremism is too broad a term to use. Where does it end – that’s my point. The UK is already falling down the rankings of ‘free countries’ for journalism:

“‘Freedom of Press’ is published by the US-based Freedom House, an NGO established in 1941 that has been ranking countries worldwide since 1980 in relation to democracy, human rights and press freedom. In May 2014 it reported that Britain has slipped down the global rankings for freedom of the press to 36th place.

The organisation said press freedom and therefore free speech, had fallen to its lowest level for over a decade. It partly blames regressive steps in countries such as Libya, Turkey and Ukraine, as well as the actions taken against journalists reporting on national security issues in both the US and UK.

Karin Karlekar, the report’s project director, said: “We see declines in media freedom on a global level, driven by governments’ efforts to control the message and punish the messenger.”” (source)

My views may differ from yours, but if I cannot hear your views, because you are censored, how can I learn what is right and wrong? How can I hold my views, if opposing views are not allowed? My views then become ‘unnecessary’? We would all become ‘drones’ of one viewpoint. Thought might be banned altogether.

God Bless you

Lis