by Ruby Henley
There is a hush and a silence falling upon humanity – not just in the United States of America – but in the entire world. Tommy Robinson knew it, but he refused to submit to it, but the rest of us are afraid. Fear is what will block humanity from standing up to the worst evils known to man.
While the greedy elite of this world are reveling in their power, the rest of us fail to inform ourselves or even have the energy to keep our eyes open.
The first thing to go is free speech, so let us recognize right now the ways in which it is being abolished as “we speak” here. The time is short, and the end game is the death of the child – innocence lost and coveted by the elites of this world.
Tommy Robinson is paying the price for standing up and speaking out, so the least the rest of us can do is to examine the facts here and now.
I want to start out by remembering a young girl which most of you do not even know about. She was raped and snuffed out in Germany – not Britain – not the United States – at least not this child – not this case. There are many more.
PICTURE TAKEN FROM FACEBOOK.
“Susanna is dead. Maria from Freiburg; Mia from Kandel; Mireille from Flensburg; and now Susanna from Mainz….” — Alice Weidel, co-leader AfD party.
“Susanna’s death is not a blind stroke of fate. Susanna’s death is the result of many years of organized irresponsibility and the scandalous failure of our asylum and immigration policies. Susanna is victim of an out-of-control leftwing multicultural ideology that stops at nothing to impose its sense of moral superiority.” — Alice Weidel, co-leader AfD party.
“On the day of Susanna’s murder, you [Merkel] testified in parliament that you have handled the migrant crisis responsibly. Do you dare to repeat that claim to Susanna’s parents?” — Alice Weidel, co-leader AfD party.
The rape and murder of 14-year-old Susanna occurred by an Iraqi asylum seeker, who was welcomed in to Germany by Chancellor Angela Merkel. Don’t feel sorry for her when you view the photo of her putting her face in her hands as she fears President Trump. She fears him, because he is trying to protect Americans by fighting the immigration crisis.
The stolen innocence of Susanna highlights Germany’s open-door migration policy — including the failure to vet those allowed into the country and the practice of releasing migrant criminals back onto German streets instead of incarcerating or deporting them.
The crime also exposes the gross negligence of Germany’s political class, which appears to be more concerned with preserving multiculturalism and the rights of predatory migrants than protecting German women and children from them.
The non-human Ali Bashar, a 20-year-old Iraqi Kurd, raped Susanna Maria Feldman, strangled her and then dumped her body in a wooded area alongside railroad tracks on the outskirts of Wiesbaden. Bashar then fled to Iraq on false identity papers. Feldman’s body was recovered on June 6.
Feldman is not alone in God’s realm – there are many other young girls with her.
- Maria Ladenburger, a 19-year-old medical student from Freiburg, was raped and murdered after returning home from a party hosted by her school’s medical faculty. Her attacker was Hussein Khavari, who entered Germany in November 2015 without identification papers. He claimed to have been born in Afghanistan in November 1999. Because of his alleged age (16), he was granted asylum as an underage unaccompanied migrant and placed with a foster family.
- Mia Valentin, a 15-year-old girl from Kandel, a small town in the federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate, near the German border with France, was stabbed to death at a local drugstore. Her attacker was Abdul Mobin, a failed Afghan asylum seeker who claimed to be 15 years old.
- Mireille Bold, a 17-year-old girl from Flensburg, was stabbed to death by Ahmad Gulbhar, an 18-year-old asylum seeker from Afghanistan. He allegedly became enraged and killed her after she refused to wear a headscarf convert to Islam. Gulbhar had arrived in Germany in 2015 as an underage unaccompanied migrant. His asylum application was rejected but he was never deported.
I want to thank the excellent publication of www.gatestoneinstitute.org.
In Britain, where Tommy Robinson is dying a slow death in prison, we follow the trail of horror.
It is a long trail, but you owe it to yourself to follow it for the sake of any good left in humanity.
A young girl in Britain was branded with an ‘M’ on her body. The abuser’s name was ‘Mohammed’ and the Mohammed in question wanted people to know that this girl ‘belonged’ to him and as such was his property.
This young girl was actually in the care of the British authorities, and what you are about to read is one of the most shocking cases I have ever read about.
She was drugged and raped by a gang of men. She managed to escape and hail a taxi which drove her to the care home she lived in.
Staff at the care home refused to pay the taxi fare, so the taxi driver took the girl straight back to the property from which she had just escaped, where the gang then raped her again. This is not a nightmare set in some far distant land but in leafy Oxfordshire.
Tommy Robinson spoke out about crimes such as this, which were ignored by those elites in control.
Tommy lost his free speech, which he used for a noble purpose – the most noble in the world – to save the innocence of children.
Many people in the UK have turned a blind eye to the mass rape of young girls, but of course these people are not in prison. They are rarely if ever vilified or even mentioned in the national press. They have not had their lives turned upside down. They have not been persecuted at every turn.
But Tommy Robinson did stand up for these young girls, and his freedom of speech was abolished.
Free speech is almost gone – not just in the UK and Germany, but we are fighting to keep it here in the United States, too.
- Turkey Calls on Europe to Criminalize “Islamophobia” –
Given Turkey’s inhospitable treatment of non-Muslims throughout the ages, it is the height of hypocrisy for its foreign minister to complain about Europe’s attitude towards Muslims, which has been the opposite of Islamophobic. By proposing to block all criticism of Islam on the grounds that it is “extremist, anti-immigrant, xenophobic and Islamophobic,” this is revealing that that free speech is being banned to protect a religious ideology.
- Facebook’s Censorship in Germany –
Marlene Weise was banned from Facebook for 30 days, for posting a set of two pictures: One showed the Iranian women’s national volleyball team from the 1970s, wearing t-shirts and shorts; the other, the current Iranian team, wearing hijabs and clothes that cover arms and legs.
- Sweden’s War on Free Speech –
Apparently, turning in fellow Swedes to the authorities for alleged “hate speech” is now viewed in Sweden as “heroic”. “One can criticize fascism or Nazism, but why not Islam? Why should Islam have any protection status?” — Denny, a 71-year-old pensioner, on trial for “incitement to hatred”.
Instead of using its limited resources to protect its citizens from the violent onslaught against them, Sweden is waging a legal war on its pensioners for daring to speak out against the same violent onslaught from which the state is failing to protect them.
- France: Free Speech on Trial –
Is the real, secret, goal of the French state to have no one who disagrees with it speak out? Marine Le Pen did not suggest that all Muslims are terrorists. She did not suggest that anyone should use violence against Muslims. She did not even suggest that French people should take action against Islam.
Marine Le Pen should not be prosecuted for alerting the French to the dangers of an organisation that still threatens to invade their capital and murder their children.
“Free speech can’t just apply to those you agree with,” the editor of Spiked Online, Brendan O’Neill, once said. Politically correct speech does not need protecting. The United States’ First Amendment exists precisely to protect the minority from the majority and to protect unpopular opinions from those who would silence them.
On March 2, French prosecutors decided that Marine Le Pen should be prosecuted for drawing attention on Twitter to the atrocities committed by Islamic State. They apparently decided that Le Pen’s message, even if factually correct, should not be heard.
Le Pen’s “crime,” the prosecutors allege, is that in a series of tweets, she posted disturbing images of victims of Islamic State, thereby exposing the crimes against humanity that group have been committing in the Levant.
Presumably, these were potential dangers about which she thought the public should be aware. They included the beheading of the British journalist, James Foley, who was repeatedly beaten, starved, and waterboarded before his throat was slit.
Other tweets documented a Jordanian fighter pilot, Moaz al-Kasasbeh, in a cage, being burned alive, and a tank crushing a Syrian army soldier. These crimes, however, are those of Islamic State, not Marine Le Pen.
Her most objectionable crime, apparently, was to have distributed a picture of Foley’s decapitated corpse with the tweet, “Daesh is THIS!”
It would be hard to disagree. Even Islamic State does not deny that these events took place. On, the contrary, it broadcast them globally. Le Pen was merely informing people, in the most striking way she could, that Islamic State is a murderous organisation that continues to slaughter innocents. She is issuing a warning.
Marine Le Pen did not suggest that all Muslims are terrorists. She did not suggest that anyone should use violence against Muslims. She did not even suggest that French people should take action against Islam.
She did not stage or misrepresent the facts. She did not share material that was doctored or false. Someone might suggest that perhaps she was attacking Islam or Muslim attitudes by distributing pictures of its activities. Even so, why should that be grounds for silencing her, prosecuting her, for stripping her of immunity, conceivably imprisoning her for three years and fining her €75,000?
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