“And South African politician Julius Malema – convicted of a hate crime for claiming a rape victim must have had a ‘nice time’ – was given a platform.” And he was, obviously, allowed into the country. The British government routinely admits jihad hate preachers and people like Malema. It is only concerned with keeping foes of jihad terror out.
“Red-carpets laid out for Islam hate preachers at universities and NO-ONE challenges them,” by Rebecca Flood, Express, April 2, 2016:
BRITAIN’S universities are becoming increasingly radicalised and are giving platforms to extremist speakers who claim homosexuality is “unnatural” and Jews are evil.
A report found 27 events had radical speakers in just four months, a rise of 35 per cent over the last year.
The shocking revelations come despite new legislation introduced last year requiring all universities to comply with the Government programme, Prevent, aimed at tackling extremism.
But most events went ahead as planned despite no one challenging the views spewed by the speakers.
Among the worrying messages peddled were Jews are “evil”, and a man wanting to marry a Muslim woman “should be executed” if he did not pray.
Others said homosexuality is “unnatural” and those who “fight against community … should be killed.”
Former Guantanamo inmate Mozzam Begg, director of campaign group CAGE which opposes the Government’s anti-terror programme, gave a speech.
And South African politician Julius Malema – convicted of a hate crime for claiming a rape victim must have had a “nice time” – was given a platform….
London was found to be the prime focus of extremists, with London’s School of Oriental and African Studies, King’s College, Kingston University, the Institute of Education and University College London holding the most inappropriate events.