So the newly elected muslim mayor of London who professes anti-discrimination, tolerance, and equality is bashing Trump.
Despite the fact that Trump made positive and gracious comments about the mayor, he insists on being derogatory and inflammatory. Seems rather hypocritical.
In fact it is borderline fear mongering and seems to be an attempt to interfere in the election process in the US by a UK national. Something the UK despises Obama for doing – right? And Trump’s response is interesting, ““Because I think if he does a great job, it will really — you lead by example…”
So what example is Mr Khan displaying? Certainly not one of good faith, of integrity and honor – instead he is exhibiting decisiveness, derision, and arrogance. The same Khan who defended Farrakhan by attempting to lift a UK ban on Farrakhan’s right to enter the country. Farrakhan had been banned from entry due to his highly fanatical and racially charged bigotry. Khan felt that ban violated human rights and attempted to overturn it thereby allowing Farrakhan rightful passage into the UK where he would then be allowed to vocally elicit his hostile and threatening commentary on the Brits.
So whose human rights was Khan actually protecting? The people of the UK? The whites? The Christians? The Jews? No. Human rights are sometimes veiled in atrocity.
Khan’s response, “Even the worst people deserve a legal defense.” In other words he has no ethics, he just did a job as a legal defense attorney. He also defended Yusuf al-Qaradawi, a prominent leader of the Muslim Brotherhood who called Shiites ‘heretics’, considers Jews, Christians and Alawites infidels and believes Hitler was a great man who put Jews in their proper place and was ordered to do so by Allah. Of course Hitler was an Atheist, but that’s another conversation.
These are the characters that Khan felt obligated to defend. A defense he chose – not one that was imposed on him.
This is the man who derides Donald Trump for his desire to limit our borders from extremist muslims stating that Trump just doesn’t understand this religion of peace. Really? Because al-Qaradawi doesn’t follow peaceful ideals – he advocates for suicide bombing and annihilation.
Was the election mired in any fraud? “A mix up of voter registration meant that ‘many’ people could have voted multiple times”. Apparently, due to a computer glitch people were sent two and three polling cards.
In the borough of Barnet, thousands of voters were actually turned away unable to vote because their names were not on the registration despite them holding a registered ballot. No one has released the number of voters turned away of the 250,000 residents. But that was merely the tip – apparently, dozens of boroughs reported electoral fraud.
“According to a London newspaper, fears are being privately expressed that there has been “massive postal vote rigging.” The extent of the fraud may well be staggering: out of a total electorate of 46 million, some 7 million voters registered for postal ballots — more than the total number of votes polled by the Liberal Democrats. All of the incidents being investigated have occurred in Muslim Pakistani highly colonised areas, including Lambeth, Westminster, Enfield, Hounslow, Haringey, Brent, Bexleyheath, Camden, Redbridge and Barking and Dagenham.
While Scotland Yard is investigating 28 cases of election fraud, whether the outcome will result in any recount, or true legal action – remains to be seen, but judging from history, it is doubtful.
And so, London is now faced with accepting and absorbing the politics and ideals of a mayor who glorifies the Muslim Brotherhood and it’s ‘peaceful’ endeavors while demonizing Trump. An interesting point of view.
FYI – are all these “Khan’s” descendants of Genghis Khan…who fathered hundreds of children and whose DNA accounts for millions of possible descendants. The same Khan who purportedly was responsible for the death of 40 million?