ISLAMIST BEHEADING IN FRANCE NOT IN BBC RELIGIOUS POLITICAL DISCUSSION SUNDAY MORNING!
Tolerance to free speech should be a requirement for any immigrants to the UK/Europe: they should be required to agree to the showing of images of the Prophet Mohammed, who started 1300 years of war in his name, and had a child bride (Ayeesha) amongst his harem!
Sean Fletcher made a big statement about ‘white racism’ earlier in the Sunday Morning Live (religion-focused lifestyle programme) series, after a tweeter complained about a ‘black monopoly’ of presenters on the show that day (blacks are apparently only 3% of the population). They’ve also had loads of pro-Islam stories on over the series.
Today, he dodged the beheading of a French teacher for doing his job in a very religion-relevant story by saying it’s been a bleak news week, so they’ve chosen some funny ones to brighten it up.
To be fair to that programme, I checked Andrew Marr’s show before it too, and they didn’t have it either (he later ‘tackled’ white racism in an interview with Dawn French!).
So is it the BBC? Their news has given it quite a lot of coverage to be fair.
So it seems it is the programmes.
The big fuss they’ve made in support of BLM makes it all the more obvious. They don’t seem to consider free speech and white lives as important, despite being journalists!
That’s been my experience the last fifteen years. While they’ve made BLM activists out to be brave heroes, they’ve censored and persecuted me!
The original Islamist attack on Charlie Hebdo happened in 2015, as I wrote XaW Files: Beyond Humanity, and I referenced it in an epic poem, likening it to WW2 Nazis shutting down critical artists like Josef Čapek:
Chapter 3 Episode 23
There seemed no point
in asking Warsaw
if it saw our Wolfhol
as Andy’s motto
is ‘Wolf not War’
and if he’d passed
surely the city
would now be called
No Check before the Czech Republic
I’d woken up early, feeling refreshed. Love and Jack were already awake.
Jack said they were about to check up on me, and was glad I awoke beforehand, as he didn’t really want to use a ‘check’ joke before arriving in the Czech Republic.
Passing Poland Poem
We made good progress,
passing through Plock,
avoiding a road block.
We lost a little time
when Love got lodged
between loadsa leaves in Lodz.
We rolled into Wroclaw
where rock seems law
hair metal to the floor.
The border was in sight
but Love brailled a better crosser
finding all the letters in Czestochowa.
No Cheque in the Czech Republic
We crossed into Czech
without any checks
so straightaway looked for treks.
We didn’t have any
cheques to pay
so just went our own way.
Love liked the sound
of Hradec Kralove
so we went there straight off.
I knew it was a great choice
when I heard a voice
say we were on the Golden Road.
My Y loved walking on the Gold
and it reminded Grey of its epic trek
on the dust sandy path of Oz.
It got even better when we arrived
and I saw a coat of arms
with a lion holding a golden G.
I was in rhapsody
which was quite apt
as we were in Bohemia.
There was no Live Queen
but we met the unconscious
in Land of Many Names’s Josef Čapek.
A critical artist
killed in Concentration
similar in part to Charlie Hebdo.
I would’ve liked to visit
the western Karlovy Vary
as the name and images looked very…
… Yes, you may have guessed
greeny grey like my name
I hope so if you’re still playing the game..?