THE HOUSE OF LORDS TAKES A STAND, REVERSES BAN ON WILDERS AND FITNA.
Wilders has been re-invited to speak and screen his film in the Lords later this month.
Last week, the House of Lords caved to Islamic threats of violence and intimidation. The decision to cancel the showing when Lord Nazir Ahmed had a meeting with the Government Chief Whip of the House of Lords and Leader of the House of Lords, together with representatives from the Muslim Council of Britain, British Muslim Forum and other representatives from the British Muslim community.
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Just for knowing, Lord Nazi killed an innocent man by driving carelessly (texting at speed on a motorway). In December 2008, Lord Nazi pleaded guilty to a charge of dangerous driving, which carries a maximum sentence of two years in prison. Instead of rotting in prison as he should be, he is tearing down the very fabric of free civilization. Worse still, the British dhimmis are caving to his demands.In 2007 he responded to the award of a knighthood to Salman Rushdie by claiming he was appalled, stating that Rushdie had 'blood on his hands'.
Lord Nazir is (in)famous for his claim right after 911 that his phone was tapped but the British government because he was against going into Afghanistan to rid that country of the Taliban and their terror training camps.
But in a stunning reversal of dhimmitude, the Brits find themselves:
But various representatives of the British Muslim community protested; and Lord Ahmed issued a threat that he would personally mobilise 10,000 Muslims to prevent Wilders from entering the Upper House and would take the peer organising the event to court. In the face of such threats, the meeting was cancelled.
Lord Ahmed then boasted of his victory in the Pakistani media. The Associated Press of Pakistan reported him exulting in
a victory for the Muslim community.
It was of course a major defeat for Parliament’s sovereign right and duty to protect free speech, the right to issue an invitation to a democratically elected member of a European parliament, and the right of British citizens to live without intimidation. It was an appalling development.
Now, however, it is fighting back. Wilders has been re-invited to speak and screen his film in the Lords later this month. Parliament now has a second chance to show that jihadi thuggery will not be allowed to prevail within the cradle of democracy. But if it is really to demonstrate this, it should also surely take action against Lord Ahmed, who abused his position as a peer of the realm to threaten mass intimidation of the House in which he sits. If it fails to do so, it will be another notch on the ratchet of Britain’s slide into submission.
Winston, honey, there's hope!
UPDATE: Lord Nazi Ahmed, the killer and extortionist, faces a maximum of a two-year jail sentence. Ahmed is being sentenced for dangerous driving, and not for causing death through dangerous driving.
Thy made this guy a Lord. Sheesh. Shouldn't he lose his ... Lordship?
Sentencing of Lord Ahmed put back (hat tip Kasper)