There is no end to Muslim efforts to control the laws of Great Britain. Another British Labour party Muslim MP, Rushanara Ali, wants to sneak in Sharia inspired blasphemy laws on Britain’s freedom of speech, and right to protest.
The people of England are suppose to have free speech since 1872. Public riots broke out in the park in 1855, in protest over the Sunday Trading Bill, which forbade buying and selling on a Sunday, the only day working people had off. The riots were described by Karl Marx as the beginning of the English revolution.
The riots and agitation for democratic reform encouraged some to force the issue of the “right to speak” in Hyde Park. The Parks Regulation Act 1872 delegated the issue of permitting public meetings to the park authorities (rather than central government). Policies like these are being gradually destroyed by Muslims in the UK on a regular basis. And rather than recognizing the danger this immigrant group pose, and finalize a deportation process, the UK allow the problems to only escalate.
But you are only encouraged to be be blocked from speaking out if you are non-Muslim. Rushanara Ali has never demanded a stop to Islamic hate preachers, jihadi’s protesting in London calling for the beheading of non-Muslims, Muslim hate speech against jews – or the beheading of Lee Rigby. Ali should perhaps spend more time trying to ban all the swarms of sex-groomers and hate preachers from her own community.
Ban marches, says London MP as EDL prepare for protest
Patrol: EDL members at the Old Bailey FILE IMAGE
Updated: 10:56, 04 September 2013
An east London MP has called for an outright ban on extremist marches after the Metropolitan Police agreed a far-right protest could go ahead at the weekend.
Rushanara Ali, the Labour MP for Bethnal Green and Bow, criticised the decision to permit Saturday’s demonstration in the capital by the English Defence League.
Chief Superintendent Jim Read announced yesterday that the group would be prevented from entering “the heart” of Tower Hamlets and closely monitored.
Muslim MP Rushanara Ali want to infringe on Britain’s freedom of speech and right to protest. But only if you are non-Muslim. Ali has never demanded a stop to Islamic hate preachers, jihadi’s protesting in London calling for the beheading of non-Muslims, Muslim hate speech against jews – or the beheading of Lee Rigby. Ali should perhaps spend more time trying to ban all the swarms of sex-groomers and hate preachers from her own community.
Anti-fascist campaigners, who have pledged to turn out in large numbers in a counter-demonstration, have also been ordered to stay within a designated area.
But Ms Ali, who is shadow minister for international development, said the measures did not go far enough.
She added: “We are lobbying the MPS and Government to ban these marches because they are damaging to community relations and they are dangerous.
“We will of course appeal for calm and provide reassurance to the local community but I think it’s very concerning that the police have not tried to introduce an outright ban on the march.
“Everyone knows the EDL is not there to have a peaceful demonstration. They are there to stoke up fear, hatred and violence.
“As far as I’m concerned, it’s dangerous to let any of these extremist groups, whatever their views, march.”
Her comments follow the challenge laid down by the borough’s mayor Lutfur Rahman who demanded Home Secretary Theresa May ban the march or face a High Court battle.
But the Home Office is unable to take action without first receiving an application from Scotland Yard, which yesterday imposed conditions on both demonstrations rather than outlawing them altogether.
The EDL march must stick to the scheduled route along Queen Elizabeth Street , Tower Bridge Road, Tower Bridge Approach, The Minories and finally into Aldgate High Street, but no further than its junction with Mansell Street where protestors can assemble for a maximum of 30 minutes.
In a bid to keep the groups separate, the counter demonstrators will only been permitted to gather in Whitechapel Road between Whitechurch Lane and the East London Mosque.
Police patrols will also be in force throughout the day to reassure the community and arrest anyone who breaches the conditions.
Chief Superintendent Jim Read said: “We accept that the EDL, and any counter protest group, have a right to protest. That right must be balanced against the right of people to go about their day without fear of violence, disorder or disruption.
“These conditions prevent EDL from entering the heart of Tower Hamlets, residential areas and religious premises which would have been unnecessarily intimidating and likely to cause disorder and disruption.
“If you want to protest on Saturday we ask that you do so peacefully, no matter what your view. We will adopt a robust arrest policy on anyone who attends and is intent on violence and disorder, or is in breach of these conditions.”
EDL leader Tommy Robinson – whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon – wrote on Twitter yesterday: “The English defence league will be marching into tower hamlets this sat. Join us.”