UK Sends This Warning to Donald Trump

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Home Secretary Theresa MayHalf a million freedom-hating people in Britain signed a petition to ban Trump from entering the country. One has to wonder who signed this thing. The British government is taking it seriously.

Home Secretary Theresa May, a conservative (for Britain) said in a statement that she had the authority to “exclude a non-European economic area national from the U.K. if she considers their presence in the U.K. to be non-conducive to the public good.”

She referenced the Prime Minister’s comments rejecting Trump’s remarks.

“Coming to the U.K. is a privilege and not a right”, May said and she would “continue to use the powers available to prevent from entering the U.K. those who seek to harm our society and who do not share our basic values.

We definitely have a problem with their values if they are going to ban people who speak freely.

“Exclusion powers are very serious and are not used lightly,” she said. “The Home Secretary will use these powers when justified and based on all available evidence.”

Theresa May
Theresa May

May is referring to Trump’s call to ban Muslims until we know what the hell is going on.

“We reject any attempts to create division and marginalization amongst those we endeavor to protect,” May said.

I’m not even a Trump supporter and I find the Brit’s response offensive and troubling. They don’t have free speech and they want to ban ours. There are reasons we dumped them and their King George.

Donald Trump’s claim that pockets of London are so radicalised that the police do not dare enter them are “nonsense”, Theresa May has said. She added that Trump doesn’t understand Britain.

She doesn’t understand free speech either.

According to figures published last year and reported by the bbc, Mrs May has banned more than 217 people since 2010, including 84 hate preachers, 61 people on grounds of national security and 72 because they were deemed “not conducive to the public good”.

In the past they’ve banned Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller. No one can criticize Islam in any way or suggest their might be something different about their fundamentalists.

Source: Express UK

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8 COMMENTS

  1. WAY TOO MANY HEADS OF STATE QND CONGRESSES ARE PROTECTING THE REFUGEE MUSLIMS. THEY ALL SEEM TO BE PAID OFF BECAUSE THEY SING THE IDENTICAL SONG FOR THEIR POPULATIONS…..

    • Gary, most real British citizens are behind, at least the sentiment of, Donald Trump’s remarks and in line with American society view him as a trendsetter and straight-shooter. The 500,000 names on the petition are almost certainly ALL MUSLIM as the UK is full of the trash now and the politicians like Cameron and this crazy woman Theresa May are either scared to death of them or courting them for votes to stay in power! As an Englishmen, and on behalf of many others I wish for you all the best in 2016 and hope you guys get a better President than the one currently in the seat, a wish I may add that we share vis-à-vis our current nut-job David Cameron.

  2. screw them that makes me want Trump to be president even more and I am sure I am not alone with that these people are nuts about islam people. I wonder what is that has them that way do you recon they shit gold or diamonds or something like that no matter what they shit they are not the kinda people we need here in America its just plain truth no one that cuts peoples heads off because you don’t change to their religion I am no head Dr. but something isn’t all together when people do that to others

  3. Gary we feel very similar views about America, what we have you will get with Obummer as your commander in chief. Most of us respect and would like Donald Trump to come over here. Who knows, he could even wake up the bleeding heart liberals who still think of Islam as a peaceful religion, and that muslims are poor oppressed people struggling. Let me tell you there are so many on what you call welfare, who can afford to visit their homeland more than twice a year, go to Mecca once a year, take their sons to Pakistan or other countries that is there original homeland to marry another breeding oven. The world needs to wake up to what is going on. These Islamists invaded Europe militarily way back in the 4th century, hence the crusades to drive them back, now they have not got the military might to do that, they will do it other ways, by subversion. So apart from 500,000 Muslims out of a country of 62,000,000 should not deter a man like Donald Trump. I used to have respect for our foreign secretary, but if she does prevent him from coming to this country, then all respect for her and her government will be lost. I think that is a view probably shared by 61,500,000 of Britons.

  4. Some polling points to consider:39% of people in Afghanistan believe that suicide bombings are “often or sometimes” justified, as do 25% of Egyptians, 26% of Bangladeshis, and 62% of Palestinians.

    • Fewer than half of Pakistanis and Malaysians have a negative view of al Qaeda. Barely half of Nigerians and Tunisians have negative opinions about the Taliban. And a mere 16% of Pakistanis hold Hamas in low regard.

    • In a 2011 survey of Muslims in seven Middle Eastern countries, nowhere did any more than 28% of respondents accept the notion that the 9/11 terrorist attacks were carried out by Arabs.

    • In most of these same Middle Eastern countries, significant majorities of Muslims view Westerners generally as being “selfish,” “violent,” “greedy,” “immoral,” “arrogant,” and “fanatical.”

    •In Indonesia, Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon, and Pakistan, the proportion of Muslims who hold Jews in low regard is nearly 100%.

    • In every sub-Saharan African nation where the Pew Research Center has conducted polls in recent years, a majority of Muslims believe that women should not be permitted to decide for themselves whether or not to wear a veil. The same is true of Muslims in Afghanistan, Egypt, and Iraq.

    • Overwhelming majorities of Muslims throughout South and Southeast Asia, as well as in the Middle East, believe that wives should “always” obey their husbands. And in almost all of these same countries, solid majorities oppose the idea that daughters and sons should be entitled to equal inheritance rights.

    • In Islamic strongholds like Malaysia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Iraq, Morocco, and the Palestinian Territories, more than 80% of survey respondents believe that their respective governments should be based on strict Sharia Law. And among those who favor Sharia, anywhere from 29% to 61% wish to impose it not only on fellow Muslims, but on all citizens regardless of their faith.

    • Among Sharia supporters throughout South Asia and the Middle East: (a) a majority believe in employing the types of severe corporal punishment mandated by Islamic Law—e.g., whipping criminals or amputating the hands of thieves; (b) between 80 and 90 percent of Afghanis, Pakistanis, and Egyptians favor the death penalty for apostates (those who leave Islam); and (c) more than 80% of Jordanians and Egyptians believe that stoning is the appropriate punishment for adultery.

    • It is common for majorities of Muslims in South Asia, the Middle East, and North Africa to believe that honor killings are sometimes justified as punishment for pre- or extra-marital sex.

    • More than 70% of Muslims in Malaysia, Indonesia, Afghanistan, the Palestinian Territories, and Jordan believe that religious leaders should have much, or at least some, influence in politics.

    • In many Islamic countries, very small minorities of the population view polygamy as morally unacceptable. For example, only 8% of Egyptians, 6% of Jordanians, 5% of Nigerians, 11% of Malians, 8% of Senegalese, and 18% of Iraqis object to the practice.

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