THE LEFT LIES FOR A LIVING.
Groups like Hope Not Hate are incredibly sinister and dangerous for quite a few reasons. So utterly convinced are they that their totalitarian vision of the world is what’s best for all of us, they do not do not question the morality of activities they undertake. Their sole consideration is how on much damage they can inflict on to those who disagree with them. Disagreeing with a leftist vision for the world is an unpardonable sin, as anti-Islamist, communist activist Maryam Namazie knows well.
HARD LEFT CAMPAIGNERS LIED ABOUT ISLAM VS WEST ‘CIVIL WAR’ CLAIM
When people become newly involved in political campaigning, particularly any kind involving Islam, they often do so with apprehension. Many are afraid of violence, or of being labelled a “racist” and therefore ostracised, and they invariably fear losing their jobs.
This fear is partly caused by deceitful, and particularly nasty attacks from people and groups on the extreme left. The left’s attacks on its opponents can be venomous. It’s important to note that I said attacks on its opponents there, because rarely do leftists trouble themselves with political discussion of issues actually raised, nor does it often concern itself about whether or not the ammunition it will use for its attack contain any truth.
So today I was left with the rather tedious job of picking apart a little bundle of lies produced by the hate-spreading, extreme-left organisation that so ironically calls itself “Hope Not Hate”.
The lies began early, as did Hope Not Hate’s directions as to what we are and are not allowed to say about Islam. The report is built on one acutely egregious lie – that I, and others, are using a Muhammad Cartoon Exhibition deliberately to whip up violence and incite “civil war”.
This is all based on a post by a member of a blog called “Knights Templar International”.
There’s an article about a meeting the author of the blog had with myself, Tommy Robinson and Alan Ayling. That meeting did take place – to talk about building a website (which I believe the writer does for a living). If there was any talk of ‘civil war’, then it will have been by way of conversation, not some cartoon-like plot. In any case, aren’t people allowed to speculate on the potential for discord, especially given the current state of “multiculturalism” in Britain?
Regardless of what people do or don’t believe about war in this country is irrelevant to the fact that we were there to talk about a website. There is no evidence whatsoever that I have ever called for, or endorsed any civil war (and if Hope Not Hate has some, I suggest they produce it). I have never done so in private or in public, because it is not what I believe in or want. It is to avoid violence that I am keen to include voices that are not being heard because they are not approved of by the left.
The Muhammad Cartoon Exhibit was organised by me, in partnership with Vive Charlie. It has nothing to do with Alan Ayling, or Tommy Robinson, and they have no involvement in it whatsoever.
The entire Hope Not Hate report is a self-declared “expose” of something that never happened. I was going to work with Tommy Robinson on my Sharia Watch website, because he represents a large voice that is ignored by the state; usually at the insistence of groups like Hope Not Hate. If we can agonise over what drives people to join ISIS, why can’t we talk to people about why they join the English Defence League (EDL)? Why don’t we discuss their concerns? (TT emboldened)
The desperation to smear me means that, as usual, the report is full of quotes from other people – but where are mine?
The ‘profile’ of me is particularly amusing – they can’t get even the smallest facts right.