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Islamaphobic Bilderberg 'Conspiracy Cabbie' Glenn Bolton

 
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 21, 2019 10:48 pm    Post subject: Islamaphobic Bilderberg 'Conspiracy Cabbie' Glenn Bolton Reply with quote

Warning: 'anti Bilderberg' 'Conspiracy Cabbie' Glenn Bolton from Newcastle
Says he's standing as a candidate for the newly racist, under leader Gerrard Batten, UKIP party.
Alongside Zionist funded anti Muslim hate campaigner Tommy Robinson.

Glenn has attached himself since 2016 to the anti Bilderberg movement but has now been outed as a racist who attempts to blame Islamist terrorism, which is largely Western military intelligence inspired, on all Muslims.
This agenda is designed to seed inter- religious hatred and violence which Glenn subscribes to - despite declaring himself and UKIP as 'not racist', he is lying, he is standing in the European elections to represent what is now a far-right, overtly racist party which has been taken over and is now run by neo-Nazi thugs.

Facebook bans UK far-right activist Tommy Robinson over hate speech
PUBLISHED TUE, FEB 26 2019 • 7:39 AM EST UPDATED TUE, FEB 26 2019 •
https://www.cnbc.com/2019/02/26/facebook-instagram-remove-uk-far-right-activist-tommy-robinson.html
Facebook says Robinson posted content that “uses dehumanizing language and calls for violence targeted at Muslims.”
Robinson, who formerly led the right-wing political organization EDL, has gained notoriety for his vocal criticism of Islam.
The decision Tuesday follows a move from the social network and various other tech firms to remove content and pages associated with Alex Jones.
Far-right figurehead Tommy Robinson, real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon,
Facebook pulled the official page and Instagram account belonging to British far-right activist Tommy Robinson, citing its policies around hate speech.
The firm said in a blog post Tuesday that Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, had posted content that “uses dehumanizing language and calls for violence targeted at Muslims.”
Robinson, who formerly led a right-wing political organization called the English Defense League, has gained notoriety for his vocal criticism of Islam. The EDL has been known to stage violent demonstrations against the religion, and has been accused by many of Islamophobia.
“He has also behaved in ways that violate our policies around organized hate,” Facebook said. “As a result, in accordance with our policies, we have removed Tommy Robinson’s official Facebook Page and Instagram profile.”


Utterly shambolic start to Ukip’s EU election bid
Martine Berg Olsen Thursday 18 Apr 2019 2:12 pm
https://metro.co.uk/2019/04/18/utterly-shambolic-start-ukips-eu-election-bid-9248832/
The launch for Ukip’s European Parliament election campaign descended into chaos as the party introduced two new ‘free speech’ candidates. Leader Gerard Batten welcomed European parliament candidates Carl Benjamin and Marc Meechan to the stage during a press conference today. But when YouTuber Benjamin was asked to explain why he was running as an MEP for Ukip he told journalist: ‘I’m not answering your questions. I’m not apologising for anything you dirty, dirty smear merchants.’ UKIP MEP candidate won't explain why he's standing as UKIP candidate
Carl Benjamin said he would’t reply to any questions He added: ‘Get bent,’ and told the room full of journalists: ‘I’m just here to mock the legacy media.’ Disabled mother and son killed in fire at home The YouTuber and anti-feminist has been under fire since he was announced as a candidate for the party over a 2016 tweet where he told Labour MP Jess Phillips: ‘I wouldn’t even rape you’.

But instead of answering questions, Benjamin, better known as Sargon of Akkad, told people to ‘go and have a look’ at his YouTube channel if they wanted to know what he believes. Journalists in the room were more interested in grilling Benjamin over his but he wasn’t having any of it and told reporters: ‘I said “I wouldn’t even”, that’s not a threat. UKIP European Elections launch descends into farce during Q&A

The tweet from 2016 (Picture: Twitter) ‘I’m not going to be apologising for my crimes against political correctness I hate political correctness.’ As the press conference turned combative Benjamin added: ‘I think we should treat women the same as men. ‘That means if a woman is being giant bitch and laughing at male suicide, I’m going to be a giant dick back to her.’ The candidates were shushed by the leader of the Q&A as journalists attempted to ask questions without a microphone. Batten, who intended to use the conference to strengthen Ukip following the launch of former leader Nigel Farage’s Brexit party, was forced to stop the questions at one point. Benjamin defended his ‘I wouldn’t even rape you’ comment He intervened and asked the reporters: ‘We’ve come here to talk about the European elections and all you can do is to talk about a tweet from three years ago.’ ADVERTISEMENT He added: ‘Our country’s future is on the line.’ Scottish comedian Meechan, who was fined £800 for filming his dog giving Nazi salutes and posting it on YouTube, also took the stage. Meechan, who admitted on Twitter ahead of the conference that he was hungover, said: ‘I want to protect people from having their rights infringed upon in regards to freedom of speech and freedom of expression by draconian and authoritarian laws.’ I drank more than I should have tonight. — Count Dankula🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 (@CountDankulaTV) April 18, 2019 Bruh same https://t.co/OMHl1GQM6c — Count Dankula🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 (@CountDankulaTV) April 18, 2019 Defending his candidates, Batten said: ‘These gentlemen are free speech merchants making comedy acts.’ He added: ‘If they make jokes as part of their act, I’m not condoning any jokes or any ill-considered remarks, but this is what they are.’ Before the chaos, Batten insisted his party is the ‘true’ voice of Leave voters as he sought to counter the threat posed by Farage. Batten, whose party has been reduced to a rump in the European Parliament after defections to Farage’s new Brexit Party, insisted Ukip has a future. But Farage said his former party had been ‘destroyed’ by a ‘lurch towards extremism’. Batten said Benjamin’s comment was ‘just a Twitter exchange’ earlier today (Picture: PA) UKIP leader defends MEP candidate's rape tweets Play Video Loaded: 0%Progress: 0% PlayMute Current Time 0:00 / Duration Time 1:12 Fullscreen At the launch, Batten said the May 23 contest would ‘inevitably be a re-run’ of the 2016 Brexit referendum.

Under the slogan ‘Tell them again’, Batten told the event in central London that the referendum result had been ‘deliberately and cynically betrayed’ by politicians. In a message clearly aimed at voters who might consider backing Farage’s new party, Batten said: ‘Ukip is the authentic party of Brexit, the true party of Leave.’ He played down the importance of Farage in Ukip’s past success, insisting the party and the referendum result were ‘not the province of one man’. And he said Ukip is a ‘real’ party not a group of ‘rebel MEPs’. Nigel Farage has launched his new Brexit Party (Picture: PA) Batten said Ukip wanted ‘unilateral and unconditional withdrawal’ from the EU ‘no ifs, no buts’. But Farage said: ‘As Ukip launch their Euro election campaign, they now have just three MEPs. The Brexit Party has 16. ‘The lurch towards extremism has destroyed Ukip.’ Just three MEPs – Batten, Stuart Agnew and Mike Hookem – are listed as Ukip members on the European Parliament’s website. The Brexit Party has 14 MEPs listed – although Farage claims the support of two more.
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