Lily Allen accused of being a ‘Probity-Ringer’ and told to ‘Go and read a history book’
Silly Lily faces backlash after responding to Theresa May’s Brexit plan by tweeting that the world hates Britain because of ‘slavery’
- Singer was commenting on Theresa May’s announcement on the plans for Brexit
- She said: ‘Global Britain could b good, but world still hates us cause, SLAVERY’
- But she deleted the tweet, after followers told her to ‘go and read a history book’
- Lily Allen accused of being a probity-ringer anti-British left-winger whinger
Lily Allen (Net Worth $20 Million) has sparked another online backlash after she tweeted that the world hates Britain because of ‘slavery’.
There has also been outrage within the student community concerning previous left-wing activist anti-Semitic smears by leftists trying to blame the Jewish Community for slavery as reported by Haaretz.
It seems that the left-wing are changing tact and trying to blame just one individual nation for slavery instead of a certain people as they did before. But how long will it be before the leftists again turn their attention back to one certain people residing within that nation who they then try to blame again?
The left-wing has always been about envy, hatred and spite. But we all have a duty to watch for the hidden meanings coming from individuals who hold positions of influence and being within the public eye, who then go around projecting blame for very dark events within history upon a certain nation or people that has absolutely nothing to do with anybody alive today, but could potentially inflame anger and hatred in the present day to the point of causing further harm to humanity of which the dark past has taught us must never ever be allowed to happen again.
The 31-year-old who is becoming very unpopular lately wrote: ‘A Global Britain could b (sic) good, but the world still hates us cause, SLAVERY.’
But she swiftly deleted the tweet, after followers told her to ‘go and read a history book’.
The singer, who was commenting on Theresa May’s announcement on the plans for Brexit, posted the remark on Twitter this afternoon
One Twitter user said: ‘I think you hate us.’
David Shipley wrote: ‘The world hates Britain for ending the slave trade? Hrm.’
Gersace posted: ‘Silly Lily at it again! Privileged and out of touch with reality!’
David Fisher tweeted: ‘She’s completely mad. We were first country in the world to abolish slavery.’
And another user added: ‘Read a history book, or the bible. Slavery is a historical human problem, not a British invention.’
Her comments came after Prime Minister May unveiled her bold blueprint for cutting ties with Brussels today – and warned that if the EU does not cooperate it could be ‘crushed into tiny pieces’.
In an historic speech that will define the UK for generations, the Prime Minister vowed to take the country out of the European single market
She insisted controlling rampant immigration is a red line – and made clear Britain will no longer tolerate being bossed around by European judges.
Tweets directed at Allen
In a concession to Europhile MPs and peers the Prime Minister announced that they will be given a vote on the final Brexit deal.
The PM’s vision delighted Brexiteers but drew howls of outrage from Remainers – who have been frantically trying to limit the impact of the referendum result since last June.
It brings to an end months of hedging and stonewalling by ministers, as they hammered out the plan of attack in the looming negotiations with the EU.
Earlier this month Allen caused uproar when claimed she has ‘only even been sexually assaulted by white males’ during a heated debate with ex-English Defence League leader Tommy Robinson.
The singer – who caused controversy last year when she ‘apologised on behalf’ of Britain during a trip to the migrant camp in Calais – claimed on Twitter that the only attacks she had experienced were by white men.
She made the remark during an exchange with Robinson on migration and Asian grooming gangs.
Robinson, 34 – whose real name is Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon – asked her: ‘Have you ever met or spoke to a victim of the Muslim grooming gangs, you don’t need to go Calais to hear horror stories.’
Lily then replied: ‘I’ve only ever been sexually assaulted by white males so I feel slightly biased.’
The row began when the singer questioned whether the man who killed 39 people in a Turkish nightclub was a ‘migrant’.