Priorities! Let’s arrest the 85 year olds
In Britain the
Shariah patrol, sorry I mean Kent police, really showed where there priorities lie, by arresting and handcuffing an 85 year old woman who was protesting about the death of Drummer Rigby and about the problems of Islam in general.
The US news source, Front Page Magazine said:
“Priorities, priorities. Witnesses claim it took London police 20 minutes to show up and stop the two Muslim killers. The official police narrative is something like 9 minutes for the unarmed police and 14 minutes for the armed police (those crazy Americans with their guns everywhere, really.)
But when it comes to something truly serious, like protecting Muslims from elderly British women, then the coppers were on the case.
“An 85-year-old woman has this afternoon been arrested after abuse was hurled at Muslims outside Gillingham Mosque. The pensioner was handcuffed and taken away in a van by officers attending the Canterbury Street mosque for Friday prayers. As worshippers gathered outside the venue, a woman at a nearby bus stop shouted: “go back to your own country”.
The arrested woman, from the Maidstone Road area of Chatham, was taken away by officers at about 1.45pm and is now in police custody. A Kent Police spokesman said: “An 85 year old woman from Chatham was arrested on suspicion of a public order offence.”
This woman survived WW2 and presumably learned all the wrong lessons about resisting fascism. But if she had been a Muslim beheading a British soldier, she could have just strolled away while the police took 20 minutes to come around.
And the same police that could not be bothered, when it came to protecting Muslims from angry Britons shouting things, then no expense was spared and no time wasted.
An extra 1,200 police officers were deployed on the streets of London after an impromptu English Defence League protest descended into violence in Woolwich, south-east London, following Wednesday’s terrorist attack.”
Front Page Magazine then mentioned the recent arrests for allegedly ‘offensive’ Tweets of two men from Bristol. FPM said:
“In Bristol two men were detained following allegedly racist messages that appeared on Twitter following the terrorist murder. A spokesman for Avon and Somerset Police said two men aged 22 and 23 were being questioned over the incident.
He said: “The men were arrested under the Public Order Act on suspicion of inciting racial or religious hatred. They are currently in custody. Our enquiries into these comments continue.”
I did some digging on the web regarding this ‘offensive’ Tweet and cannot at this time find any sign of it. All the British news outlets have the same blandly worded Police Press Release/Agency Report. However the website UKUSAONLINE.COM reported that the tweet contained ‘inflammatory language’ and that there had been an attempt made in the social media conversation to organise a demonstration against Islam in Bristol.
Here is the full report from ukusaonline.com
“Woolwich attacks: Two men arrested over ‘offensive Twitter comments about Lee Rigby’s death’
May 24, 2013 By Staff 0
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- A 23-year-old and a 22-year-old held under the Public Order Act
- Sources say they were planning an anti-Muslim protest event in Bristol
- Complaints made to Avon and Somerset Police about remarks on Twitter
- Police say people should be careful about what they write on twitter as the ‘consequences could be serious’
By Jaymi Mccann
PUBLISHED: 03:24 EST, 24 May 2013 | UPDATED: 10:00 EST, 24 May 2013
Two men have been arrested for making alleged offensive comments on Twitter after the murder of a British soldier.
MailOnline understands the pair had tweeted using inflammatory language and were trying to organise an anti-Muslim protest in Bristol following the execution of Drummer Lee Rigby, 25, in Woolwich two days ago.
Complaints were made to Avon and Somerset Police about remarks that appeared on the social networking website, which were of a racist or anti-religious nature.
The force said today a 23-year-old and a 22-year-old, both from Bristol, were held under the Public Order Act on suspicion of inciting racial or religious hatred.