“They have lit a fuse!” Pamela Geller, Robert Spencer banned from entering the UK
Posted by Ann Corcoran on June 27, 2013
Every freedom-loving American take heed—do not allow the erosion of our free speech rights as we watch the UK continue into the darkness.
I have been banned in Britain. My crime? My principled dedication to freedom. I am a human rights activist dedicated to freedom of speech, freedom of conscience and individual rights for all before the law. I fiercely oppose violence and the persecution and oppression of minorities under supremacist law. I deplore violence and work for the preservation of freedom of speech to avoid violent conflict.
I have never been convicted of any crime. I have never been arrested. I became a writer and activist in the wake of 911.
For this I am banned. I shed no tears. I am banned from Mecca, too.
The Home Secretary said that my being in the UK was “not conducive to the public good.” Banning those who speak in defense of freedom is “not conducive to the public good.” It is painfully apparent that the action of the British authorities will have the opposite effect of what they had intended. They have lit a fuse. And instead of allowing a respectful laying of flowers in memory of Lee Rigby on Armed Forces day, they have given rise and sanction to poison like this (below).
Spencer says, “British government is behaving like a de facto Islamic state,” here.
Today, see Geller on the worldwide media storm that the British government has created! She was right, they lit a fuse!
Sign the petition here.
Maryland readers may remember that Islamic supremacists attempted (and failed) to silence Pamela Geller and other speakers at the MD CAN conference in January of this year. Their actions only helped create more interest and more registrations.
Readers: I haven’t said it so much lately, but its important that you take some personal action in defense of free speech. Figure out what suits your personality, but create a facebook page, tweet, or best of all write a blog of your own. The more people who exercise their free speech rights in America the better. It will make it harder for the fascists to shut us all down.
Hey, and if you are thinking about blogging, pick a subject and focus on it day-in and day-out so that you provide a service by becoming a surrogate investigative reporter as the mainstream media continues down the path of promoting their own politically correct agendas.
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