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The Nation That Gave the World the Magna Carta Is No More

The BP debated whether or not Trump should be banned from the country for the crime of saying that in light of recent terrorist attacks, US should implement moratorium on Muslim immigration

Pamela Geller reporting for Breitbart.com: Not for the moment did I expect that the Brits would have the nerve to ban the U.S. presidential candidate, a man who may very well end up in a big chair in the White House for all we know, from visiting their country. A nation whose national self-esteem (what’s left of it anyway) is rooted deeply in its place in history would be infamous for having banned the leader of its closest ally, the one that helped her to avoid the Nazi occupation, if that counts for something today.
And for what? For standing up to jihad terror?  There’s a saying that goes like this: in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king. Yes, Trump is not perfect, but compare him to the rest of politicians today (I’m looking at you Angela Merkel) and he will appear as sharp-eyed as an eagle. To ban Trump for calling for a temporary moratorium on Muslim immigration would be indicative of the inner sickness that plagues the UK from the inside.
Think of cancer. Cells of thine own body that decay, rot, die and take the rest with them. The British government, the dying cells, egged on by the left, seems determined to silence any and every voice against jihad terror and Islamization and the consequences of this illness will be catastrophic for Britain.
Why did this once great and healthy country agree to hold such a debate in the first place? It seems baffling how today, in the birthplace of the principle of the freedom of speech, holding opinions that are unpopular with the elites can get you banned from the country. Apparently over 500,000 people signed a petition demanding that Trump be banned. Mind you, another petition calling for a halt to the massive Muslim migration into the United Kingdom gained a similar number of signers, but there was no Parliamentary debate, or any significant political discussion, of that one. And why is that? How is that not worthy of a debate, especially in the light of recent European refugee crisis?
What’s bitterly ironic is that Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron, a lapdog of Islamic supremacists, has just called on immigrants to learn English within two-and-a-half years of arriving in Britain, or face deportation. If Trump had said that, the British left would be working up another petition denouncing him. Will Cameron be banned from the country?
I believe it would not be premature to give you my diagnosis right now. The nation that gave the world the Magna Carta is no longer with us. My condolences.

 

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EXPERT OPINION

Joshua Tartakovsky

As I wrote earlier in my article ‘Trump, Demonized by the Liberal-Corporate media, must now appeal to Latinos,’ this petition and other actions against Trump in the UK indicate that some seek to view themselves as superior while hanging on to empty words as if words are as bad as actions. It was the British Parliament which authorized an illegal war of aggression against Syria, which Trump opposes. Trump has not called for wars, he has called for migration control which is his legitimate right. Cuba has also called for migration control in the past (in the case of visas issued by Ecuador). But many self-satisfied Brits prefer to point an accusing finger at Trump rather than look at the mirror and see how they continue to engage in imperialism, continue to support terrorism in Syria, support a Nazi junta in Kiev, and uphold anti-Russian sanctions for no reason.

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