Under Muslim mayor Sadiq Khan, London has seen a sharp rise in knife crime, gun crime, burglary, rape and homicide.
Khan’s performance includes anti-Semitism, alliances with stealth jihadists, and investments of large sums of taxpayer dollars in police witch-hunts against “offensive communication,” all amid London’s violent crime surge under his disastrous leadership.
Now Khan is upping the ante: he has warned major technology companies such as Facebook and Twitter to do more on the issue of “hate speech,” or face fines and greater regulation — as if Facebook and Twitter are not already unfairly targeting truth tellers.
Khan and his deceptive ilk have one purpose in common: to shut down the freedom of speech and make room for sharia blasphemy rules in the West.
Sadiq Khan also shared a platform with five Islamic supremacists, according to the London Evening Standard. The Washington Times wrote in August that “Sharia comes to London” under Khan, as he banned “sexy ads” from the Tube. Khan has also shown animosity toward Trump because of his diligence with regard to immigration policy.
As the global jihad continues, Khan should never have been elected mayor of London; nor should anyone with pro-sharia and Islamic supremacist sympathies.
“Sadiq Khan Warns Silicon Valley on ‘Hate Speech’ and Fake News, Blames Donald Trump”, by Ben Kew, Breitbart, March 12, 2018:
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has warned major technology companies such as Facebook and Twitter to do more on the issue of “hate speech,” or face fines and greater regulation.
Talking to the BBC ahead of the South by Southwest (SXSW) technology festival in Austin, Texas, Khan said that companies must be “chivvied and cajoled to take action.”
“We have evolving economies, which means we should have evolving regulations,” he said. “For too long politicians and policymakers have allowed this revolution to take place around us and we’ve had our heads in the sand.”
He went on to reference German hate speech laws, put in place by Angela Merkel in response to growing resentment at her open-door migration policy, with companies now facing fines up to 50 million euros.
“Germany is an example of where the German government said ‘Enough,” he continued. “Unless you take down hate messages, unless you take down fake news, we will fine you’….