Anti-Democratic Anti Donald Trump Communists and Marxists Protest Against Democracy and Majority
Students at universities throughout the UK are now beginning to make a stand and confront the scourge of far left-wing probity-ringer liberal elite Marxist militant anti-democratic student unions who have been accused of alleged anti-Semitism, totalitarian Communist Political Correctness and tyrannical left-wing fascism.
There is much suffering in this world.
It is of our opinion that much of it is being perpetrated and caused in the name of far left-wing extremism in the form of liberal elite left-wing politically correct fascism.
Overcoming it will require a concentrated and extended effort on many fronts after brexit, including the moral one.
Supposed political correctness, however, is undermining our real decent true morality and deflecting our efforts to combat the evil of leftist PC anti-British activity and intellectual depravity.
Political correctness actually stirs up hatred by bringing attention to differences in the first place, and then using those differences for its own agenda of divide and rule, and we believe strongly that the anti Donald Trump protests are about exactly that.
Divide and rule.
Political correctness is nothing but a tool used by the left-wing to close down debate, shut people up and to maintain the upper hand by shaming opponents into silence and to prevent examination and exposure of the true intentions of far left-wing fascism.
If evil is excused, justified away, and not identified as such, or if we fail to properly locate its sources, our efforts will be misdirected, we will fail, then evil will prevail.
Thousands of alleged suspected far left-wing Marxist communist protesters – including Lily Allen and Gary Lineker – gather at Downing Street and in cities across Britain in protest over Donald Trump’s ‘Muslim ban’ and UK visit
“According to the draft copy of Trump’s executive order, the countries whose citizens are barred entirely from entering the United States is based on a bill that Obama signed into law in December 2015.
Obama signed the Visa Waiver Program Improvement and Terrorist Travel Prevention Act as part of an omnibus spending bill. The legislation restricted access to the Visa Waiver Program, which allows citizens from 38 countries who are visiting the United States for less than 90 days to enter without a visa.
Though outside groups such as the American Civil Liberties Union and NIAC Action — the sister organization of the National Iranian American Council — opposed the act, the bipartisan bill passed through Congress with little pushback.
At the initial signing of the restrictions, foreigners who would normally be deemed eligible for a visa waiver were denied if they had visited Iran, Syria, Sudan or Iraq in the past five years or held dual citizenship from one of those countries.
In February 2016, the Obama administration added Libya, Somali and Yemen to the list of countries one could not have visited — but allowed dual citizens of those countries who had not traveled there access to the Visa Waiver Program. Dual citizens of Syria, Sudan, Iraq and Iran are still ineligible, however.
Six nations listed on Trump’s controversial executive order, which prohibits citizens of seven countries from visiting the US, also impose travel bans of their own.
Jewish people have been barred from these countries.
But of course, the left-wing protesters choose to ignore this fact and this in itself proves that the left-wing so called protesters for the cause of equality and decency, are nothing more than political activists with very dark hidden intentions that are in fact a mirror image of the very things that they say they protest about in the first place and accuse others of.
So, in a nutshell, Obama restricted visa waivers for those seven Muslim-majority countries — Iran, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Somalia, Libya and Yemen — and now, Trump is looking to bar immigration and visitors from the same list of countries.”
Remember the protesting when Obama first signed this order then?
No, we don’t either.
New petition now online to allow and support the Donald Trump State Visit to the UK and to counter the left-wing protests of hypocrisy and shame
TENS of thousands of people including celebrities such as Gary Lineker and Lily Allen gathered in cities across the UK to protest against Trump’s “Muslim ban”.
Protest events were held in London, Newcastle, Leeds and Edinburgh after the ban stopping visitors from seven Muslim countries from entering the US sparked fury and outrage across the world.
More than a million suspected UK communists have signed a petition calling for Trump’s planned state visit to be axed in a protest against democratic process and the will of the British people.
Far left-wing protests, metres away from the door of Number 10, chants of “shame on May” echoed throughout the crowd after Downing Street rejected calls to stop the President’s planned state visit to the UK – despite an official petition reaching more than 1,000,000 in just 24 hours.
A number of demonstrators have marched the streets with placards with a number of them stating that refugees are welcome and “say no to Trump”.
Match of the Day presenter, Gary Lineker, was pictured in the capital with his sons Harry and George.
Lineker posted a picture on Instagram last night of the crowds in London with the caption: “Well played London”
Singer Lily Allen has also posted a picture of herself on Twitter of herself at the march in London.
She captioned the image: “Can’t even see a stage NGL (Not Going to Lie)”
Allen also posted a picture of the crowds using hashtag #LondonStandsWithMuslims
Sheezus singer Allen led hundreds protesting outside the US embassy in London on the day of Trump’s inauguration.
A picture of Bianca Jagger holding a microphone at the protest in London was also posted on Twitter.
Human rights activist Jagger – ex-wife of Rolling Stones frontman Mick – tweeted yesterday: “We must send a clear message to #TheresaMay: our democratic values are not for sale #ResistTrump”.
Anti Trump protesters in London caused chaos for commuters trying to get home as they filled Westminster underground station on their way to the demonstration last night.
Thousands of people can be seen trying to make their way towards the station, with some carrying placards and posters.
Whitehall was turned into a sea of placards and traffic came to a standstill as the sprawling crowd spilled into the road.
Chants including “Donald Trump has got to go” rippled up the street throughout the evening.
Speakers from across the political spectrum addressed those gathered in London alongside campaigners and performers.
Shadow home secretary Diane Abbott told the crowd she had come on behalf of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
She said: “Donald Trump has been president for only a few days and look at what he is doing.
“We need to resist the Islamophobia and scapegoating of Muslims, we have got to resist it whether it is in the United States or here in the UK.”
The action will add to the growing pressure on Theresa May to cancel the new President’s state visit.
Kate Allen, director of Amnesty UK, backed the protests, blasting the US ban as “appalling”.
She said: “Donald Trump’s administration is wilfully demonising as ‘security concerns’, children, women and men fleeing from torturers and mass murderers.
“These demonstrations show the depth of anger and frustration felt by ordinary people in the UK.
“Amnesty is calling on everyone to search out their nearest demonstration and send a loud message to our politicians that such a ban cannot be tolerated.”
There were similar scenes up and down the country, with huge crowds in the shadow of landmarks such as Manchester Town Hall.Thousands also packed the streets in Scotland, where the largest protests were in Glasgow and Edinburgh, with smaller events in Aberdeen and Dundee.
Demonstrations continued in George Square, Glasgow, after a three-hour rally in Buchanan Street, while in Edinburgh, large crowds marched from the North Bridge to the US consulate in Regent Terrace.
In Nottingham, hundreds of people congregated at Speakers Corner to protest.
People held banners with a range of messages including “I’m Syrian Not A Terrorist” and “Trump: Make America Hate Again”.
Yesterday demonstrations erupted across the US at airports, with protesters and police clashing as cops in Seattle hit them with pepper spray.
It comes just days after thousands joined a Women’s March to promote women’s and human rights in the wake of Trump’s inauguration just 10 days ago.
Yesterday Boris Johnson confirmed the White House had said no Brits with dual citizenship would be affected by the ban, which is set to be in place for three months.
Refugees will also be banned from entering the country for the next 120 days, and those fleeing Syria are banned indefinitely.