• April 20, 2024

UK: Former Home Secretary says ‘the Islamists, the extremists, and the anti-Semites are in charge now’

 UK: Former Home Secretary says ‘the Islamists, the extremists, and the anti-Semites are in charge now’

At last, the truth is spoken in shattered, staggering, dhimmi Britain, where cowardice, submission, and willful ignorance are a trendy new lifestyle.

“Suella Braverman claims ‘the Islamists are in charge’ of Britain as pressure grows on Keir Starmer over Commons Gaza vote chaos sparked by Speaker ripping up rule book to protect MPs from protesters,” by David Wilcock, MailOnline, February 23, 2024:

Suella Braverman waded into the row over Wednesday’s Gaza vote in the Commons today, claiming that ‘the Islamists, the extremists and the anti-Semites are in charge now’.

The former home secretary, a frontrunner to be the next Conservative leader, made the incendiary remarks as the party switched its anger from Speaker Lindsay Hoyle to focus on Keir Starmer’s role in the political chaos.

Sir Lindsay has twice apologised for ripping up the Commons rule book, a move which helped the Labour leader avoid a a damaging revolt over the fighting in the Middle East.

The Speaker argued that he was motivated by anxiety about the safety of MPs from pro-Palestinian protesters, rather than partisan concerns. Extremist sympathisers projected the phrase ‘from the river to the sea’ – seen as anti-Semitic – onto the Elizabeth Tower during the debate as thousands of protesters gathered outside Parliament.

But writing in the Telegraph this morning Ms Braverman said: ‘I may have been sacked because I spoke out against the appeasement of Islamists, but I would do it again because we need to wake up to what we are sleep-walking into: a ghettoised society where free expression and British values are diluted. Where sharia law, the Islamist mob and anti-Semites take over communities.

The former home secretary, a frontrunner to be the next Conservative leader , made the incendiary remarks as the party switched its anger from Speaker Lindsay Hoyle to focus on Keir Starmer ‘s role in the political chaos.

The Speaker argued that he was motivated by anxiety about the safety of MPs from pro-Palestinian protesters, rather than partisan concerns. Extremist sympathisers projected the phrase ‘from the river to the sea’ – seen as anti-Semitic – onto the Elizabeth Tower during the debate as thousands of protesters gathered outside Parliament.

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However, Ms Braverman faced criticism over her time in the Home Office from Lord Mann, the government’s independent adviser on anti-Semitism. He tweeted: ‘As Home Secretary, Stella Braverman ignored the advice I provided on how to tackle anti-Semitism and issues for her department. In fact she never even bothered to read them. Her inaction in office is a part of the problem.’

And her successor James Cleverly said he did not ‘always agree with everything’ she said.

The Home Secretary told LBC: ‘She’s clearly expressing frustrations that she’s felt whilst she was in this role.

‘And I understand that. And she and I remain close friends – that doesn’t mean to say I always agree with everything she’s saying.

‘But it is absolutely the case that we must make sure that we crack down on extremist behaviour, it’s absolutely the case that we must not let our democracy be distorted through fear or intimidation.’…

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