January 31, 2016

LOL @ The Childish British Parliament

 Banning Trump? That's silly and stupid. The British Parliament should get its priorities straight.

Instead of debating whether to ban Donald Trump, the British Parliament should be debating more important topics like banning the Wahhabi ideology and ISIS sympathizers on its shores.

The fact that many of the leading ISIS figures in Syria are of British nationality and a product of British society should concern them more than controversial and ignorant statements made by Donald Trump.

The British government's covert support for ISIS terrorism and other forms of Islamic extremism has not gone unnoticed by the world's awakened public.

What Trump said about Muslims is nothing compared to the crimes that the British government has committed against Muslims in Yemen, Syria, Libya, Afghanistan and across the Middle East. Efforts to portray Trump as some kind of racist hatemonger only serves to deflect the world's attention from these crimes.

An excerpt from, "Britain's Parliament Just Debated Banning Donald Trump From the U.K." by Feargus O'Sullivan, City Lab, January 22, 2016:
It’s not just in the U.S. that Donald Trump’s campaign for the Republican presidential nomination is making waves. This week the U.K. parliament debated whether or not Trump should be barred from entering Britain—with a depth and seriousness that might surprise outsiders.
An excerpt from, "The World Hates Trump – and the US Needs to Know" by Salman Shaheen, Global Research, January 30, 2016:
Following Trump’s call to ban Muslims from the US a British petition to ban Trump from our shores swiftly attracted over half a million signatures, becoming the most popular government petition in British history and earning itself a debate in Parliament.

Despite the overwhelming revulsion MPs from across the political spectrum displayed towards Trump’s opinions, there was no vote. Of course, Britain was never actually going to approve a ban on a man with whom it may be forced into a special relationship next year. Nor should it. As a countryman of Trump’s once said, sunlight is the best disinfectant.