Amber Rudd wants to criminalize visits on "far-right propaganda sites" without giving any definition. Does it include "Saudiphobic" sites critical of Human Rights violating sharia islamofascism?
In a climate where disgusting National-socialism now is called "far-right" everything seems possible.
Britisharia = aligning with Saudisharia against the most basic of anti-fascist Human Rights in the1948 Declaration.
Saudi constitution and legal code considers the defense of Human Rights and leaving or criticizing islam acts of "terrorism".
Nicholas Wilson (at an election hustings over the weekend, independent candidate): "Am I being censored? Amber Rudd shuts down my speech about arms sales to Saudi Arabia".
J.D McGregor (Evolve Politics): There was nothing in May's speech about tax evasion that costs the country’s coffers billions every year, and there certainly wasn’t anything about cutting deeply immoral Tory ties to Saudi Arabia’s brutal dictatorship who are currently being investigated by the UN for alleged war crimes in Yemen.
Emily Thornberry (Labour): Michael Fallon (UK Minister of Defense) was in Jeddah, signing a deal to increase our cooperation with the military in Saudi Arabia wantonly ignoring their actions in Yemen. It is rank hypocrisy. But it also illustrates a basic fact that the world we want to see – a world governed by ethics and values, a world based on rules and laws will never truly exist as long as governments and world leaders get to decide for themselves when it suits them to play by the rules and when the rules can be safely ignored.
The world we want will never exist when governments like Theresa May’s think it’s perfectly OK to loudly condemn those they regard as enemies but then fall utterly silent when it is their friends in Bahrain rounding up, torturing and executing civilian protestors or their friends in Saudi Arabia dropping cluster bombs on innocent children in Yemen.
In fact, if they were just silent that would be an improvement. Instead, we have to listen to Michael Fallon saying that the thousands of children killed and injured by air strikes in Yemen are just a consequence of Saudi Arabia “defending itself”…