Personas non grata – Geller and Spencer banned by British Government – Keith Vaz is delighted (naturally!)

Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer, two US bloggers, who have written several books, and who tell the truth about Islam, have been banned from entering the UK, by a cowardly, Islam-compliant British Home Secretary, Theresa May.

Miss/Mrs. Geller and Mr. Spencer, were invited to the UK by two members of the EDL (English Defence League,) who wished to lay flowers on the forthcoming Armed Forces Day (29 June), at the place where drummer Lee Rigby died an agonising death at the hands of two Muslims, (members of the political/religious system which the British Government are fearful of offending.)

We do not support the EDL, but we share their concerns about the Islamisation of Britain, and we admire the courage of Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer as they seek to warn the US (in particular) of the violent nature of Islam and its goal of world domination.

The British government’s decision to ban these two people is disgraceful. They have not arrested the wicked Islamist preacher Anjem Choudary, and, in recent days they have seen Muslim gangs convicted for horrific sexual offences against young (very young) British girls. They know that “honour” killings have taken place on British soil. In short, they know the truth about Islam, but are suppressing it, by stating that the aforementioned horrors (and there are more, including the murder of Lee Rigby,) have nothing to do with Islam but rather, are the handiwork of those “extremists” who have been “radicalised.”

The British government have failed in their duty to protect their citizens, and they will continue to do so.
The MP Keith Vaz has welcomed the ban on Pamela and Robert (naturally.)  He said, in response (and in all seriousness,) “The UK should never become a stage for inflammatory speakers who promote hate.” Keith has obviously never heard of Anjem Choudary and his ilk, because, if he had, we can be sure he would be calling for his arrest!!

Click on the following link to read certain facts about Keith Vaz which might make uncomfortable reading for him.

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