Eretz Israel is our unforgettable historic homeland...The Jews who will it shall achieve their State...And whatever we attempt there for our own benefit will redound mightily and beneficially to the good of all mankind. (Theodor Herzl, DerJudenstaat, 1896)

We offer peace and amity to all the neighbouring states and their peoples, and invite them to cooperate with the independent Jewish nation for the common good of all. The State of Israel is ready to contribute its full share to the peaceful progress and development of the Middle East.
(From Proclamation of the State of Israel, 5 Iyar 5708; 14 May 1948)

With a liberal democratic political system operating under the rule of law, a flourishing market economy producing technological innovation to the benefit of the wider world, and a population as educated and cultured as anywhere in Europe or North America, Israel is a normal Western country with a right to be treated as such in the community of nations.... For the global jihad, Israel may be the first objective. But it will not be the last. (Friends of Israel Initiative)

Tuesday 6 May 2014

One Law For Paul Weston ...?

As widely noted, on this blog and elsewhere, last week English politician Paul Weston, a Liberty GB candidate for the forthcoming European elections who on the steps of Winchester Guildhall quoted (through a megaphone) Sir Winston Churchill's views on Islam, centrally regarding the subjugation of women, was peremptorily taken into custody by no less than seven of Hampshire Constabulary's finest.

Although Islam is not a race, and he appeared to be harassing nobody, he now faces a charge of "racially aggravated harassment," which entails a sentence of up to two years' imprisonment.

By contrast, on a busy shopping street in  London, an Islamist (through a megaphone) spruiks for khalifah while a mass of his cohorts hand out supportive leaflets, some evidently with inflammatory messages.

And not a police person in sight.

The charge against Weston, upped from a lesser one, would not have been made for politically correct reasons, would it?

It would not, by any chance, stem from what is cynically seen as the increasing politicisation (indeed dhimmitide), of Britain's police?
Hat tip: Vlad Tepes blog

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