Klevius question: How come that "blasphemy" Pakistan's sharia muslims are so popular in BBC and Labour?
BBC's muslim presenter Mishal Husain stands as the perfect sharia deceiver.
She doesn't respect the Ramadan but rather drinks some alcohol etc. etc. and she states that she feels no threat to her way of leading her life as someone who doesn't differ from non-muslims.
Well, says Klevius, that's just fine - as long as you don't give the impression that such a "muslimhood" has anything to do with real sharia muslims. Moreover, isn's it a cruel and cynicak spitting in the face of all those women who are raped, murdered , abused etc. because of sharia supremacist hate mongering?
While the majority of Brits and Londoners are against sharia islam - just like in France and Germany -a sharia islamism supporting muslim was elected mayor. A shame for the free civilized world!
Sadiq Khan, the son of Pakistani immigrants and a practicing (unlike BBC's alcohol drinking and Ramadan disrespecting house muslim Mishal Husain) sharia supporting muslim and Labour Party politician, has been elected mayor of London.
Cameron and the Women’s Equality Party may now both celebrate:
1 Cameron got what he wanted: Making London the sharia capital outside Mideast. Sadiq Khan will bring in the "foreign investors".
Sadiq Khan has a clean track record that clearly reveals an agenda that consistently goes just opposite what Theresa May defined as "British values". It was certainly no coincidence that he happened to defend one of the world's most notorious racists, the black supremacist hate mongering Farrakhan.
Saturday, September 12, 2015
Sharia compliant British socialists want a sharia muslim to lead London and an "islamophobe" hater to lead UK.
Labour voted for sharia islamization of UK - with a muslim population of less than 5%Should a sharia muslim (i.e. someone who is against basic Human Rights) head London?
Hate mongering racist supremacist hate group Nation of Islam leader Farrakhan with his racist supporters.
Nation of Islam's very racist hateful core idea is that "whites" are evil devils while "blacks" are "god's" chosen people. No other race is as good as "blacks" according to just one of the unbelievable fantasies from which Farrakhan's muslim hate organization emerged.
Before entering the House of Commons in 2005, Khan practised as a solicitor.
During his legal career he acted against the London police and was involved in many "diversity" cases:
Bubbins vs The United Kingdom (European Court of Human Rights – shooting of an unarmed individual by police marksmen).
HSU and Thompson v Met Police (wrongful arrest/police damages)
Reeves v Met Police (duty of care to prisoners)
Murray v CAB (discrimination)
Ahmed v University of Oxford (racial discrimination against a student)
Dr Jadhav v Secretary of State for Health (racial discrimination in the employment of Indian doctors by the health service)
CI Logan v Met Police (racial discrimination)
Supt Dizaei v Met Police (police damages, discrimination)
Inquest into the death of David Rocky Bennett (use of restraints)
Lead solicitor on Mayday demonstration 2001 test case litigation (Human Rights Act)
Farakhan v Home Secretary (Human Rights Act)
In February 2000, Khan represented a group of Kurdish actors who were arrested by Metropolitan Police during a rehearsal of the Harold Pinter play Mountain Language, securing £150,000 in damages for the group for wrongful arrest and the trauma caused by their arrest.
McDowell and Taylor v Met Police: Leroy McDowell and Wayne Taylor successfully sued the Metropolitan Police for assault and false imprisonment.
On 3 February 2008, The Sunday Times claimed that a conversation between Khan and prisoner Babar Ahmad – a constituent accused and later convicted of involvement in terrorism – at Woodhill Prison in Milton Keynes had been bugged by the Metropolitan Police Anti-Terrorist Branch. An inquiry was launched by the Justice Secretary, Jack Straw (Labour).
There was concern that the bugging contravened the Wilson Doctrine that police should not bug MPs. The report concluded that the doctrine did not apply because it affected only bugging requiring approval by the Home Secretary, while in Khan's case the monitoring was authorised by a senior police officer. The Home Secretary, Jacqui Smith (Labour), then announced a further policy review and said the bugging of discussions between MPs and their constituents should be banned.
In 2010, Khan was re-elected as the MP for Tooting despite a swing against his party of 3.6% and a halving of his previous majority. In the subsequent Labour leadership election Khan was an early backer of Ed Miliband, becoming his campaign manager. Khan masterminded Miliband's win over his elder brother David, and was tipped as a future rising star of the Labour Party, jumping 82 places in one year to 16th in The Daily Telegraph's 'top 100 most influential left-wingers' poll'.
In April 2010 it was revealed that Khan had repaid falsely claimed expenses on two occasions, when literature was sent to his constituents. The first incident concerned letters sent out before the 2010 General Election which were ruled to have the "unintentional effect of promoting his return to office", the second a £2,550 repayment for Christmas, Eid, and birthday cards for constituents, dating back to 2006. Under House of Commons rules, pre-paid envelopes and official stationery can only be used for official parliamentary business.
Khan's claim for the greetings cards was initially rejected, but he presented a new invoice no longer identifying the nature of the claim, and this was accepted. Khan attributed the improper claim for the cards to "inexperience" and human error and apologised for breaking the expenses rules.
At the 2015 general election, Khan was returned for a third term as MP for Tooting, defeating his Conservative rival by 2,842 votes. He was one of 36 Labour MPs to nominate Jeremy Corbyn as a candidate in the Labour leadership election of 2015, but has said that he was "no patsy" to Mr Corbyn and would stand up to him.
Following Prime Minister Gordon Brown's Cabinet reshuffle of 3 October 2008, Khan was appointed Minister of State for Communities, replacing Parmjit Dhanda, and becoming the second Muslim to serve in Her Majesty's Government. Before the House of Commons in January 2009, Khan criticised the Pope for the rehabilitation of Bishop Richard Williamson following his remarks about the Holocaust, a move he described as "highly unsavoury" and of "great concern".
In 2009, he became the first Muslim to attend Cabinet upon his appointment as Minister of State for Transport. In what was believed to be a first for an MP, Khan used his Twitter account to self-announce his promotion as Transport Secretary.
In March 2010, Khan publicly stated that for a second successive year he would not be taking a pay rise as an MP or Minister, declaring "At a time when many people in Tooting and throughout the country are having to accept pay freezes I don't think it's appropriate for MPs to accept a pay rise." For his first fifteen months' service in HM Government, he chose not to draw a ministerial incremental salary, having made sufficient money as a lawyer.
In the wake of Labour's 2010 election defeat, Acting Leader Harriet Harman appointed Khan Shadow Secretary of State for Transport.
After running Ed Miliband's successful leadership campaign, Khan was previously rewarded with the senior roles of Shadow Lord Chancellor and Shadow Justice (sharia?) Secretary. He was advanced as Shadow Minister for London, in addition to his other responsibilities, in 2013.
Klevius conclusion: There's absolutely nothing that points to Sadiq Khan being anything else than a sharia islam supporting muslim. Poor you Londoners - especially women! But you have yourself to blame. Feminism is defined by itself as a movement that is incapable of criticizing women. This is its theoretical foundation of feminism, i.e. to be segregated.
Klevius once wrote a PhD thesis criticizing this aspect of feminism which leads to the paradoxical conclusion that feminist theory that strives to hear "women's voices" shuts its ears to voices from women who break the sex segregation barrier on which feminism is defined. So called "muslim feminism" hence constitutes the ultimate sharia feminism, i.e. sex apartheid. Ayaan Hirsi Ali jumped the barrier - and was declared pariah among true feminists although dumb journalists kept calling her a "feminist".