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Insanity rules, unabated.
« Reply #1 on: May 26, 2013, 04:08:04 PM »
Insanity rules, unabated.
 
In Wake of Bloody Beheading, British Police Arrest 2 Twitter Users for Anti-Islamic Tweets



In the wake of devout Muslims beheading a young British man in the streets of London, UK police are vigrously enforcing the sharia.
The Daily Mail:

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.

Perhaps people will begin to understand just how much the government and media elites are part of the problem. It's not a question of, how did we get here? It's more like, it's amazing it didn't happen sooner.

The vicious kuffar-hatred and Jew-hatred spewed by Muslims, the calls for jihad -- the dhimmi powers say nothing.

Man charged with making 'racist or anti-religious' Facebook comments about British soldier?s death   Daily Mail, May 24, 2013 ?Benjamin Flatters, 22, charged for making 'malicious comments' on the social networking site
?Another man warned about his conduct on social media
?Two men released on bail after comments made on Twitter
?Police say people should be careful about what they write on twitter as the 'consequences could be serious'

A 22-year-old man has been charged on suspicion of making malicious comments on Facebook following the murder of British soldier Lee Rigby.

Benjamin Flatters, from Lincoln, was arrested last night after complaints were made to Lincolnshire Police about comments made on Facebook, which were allegedly of a racist or anti-religious nature.

He was charged with an offence of malicious communications this afternoon in relation to the comments, a Lincolnshire Police spokesman said.


Fallen hero: Father Lee Rigby, 25, from Manchester, was described as 'cheeky and humorous' in tributes. He was executed by two suspected Islamic terrorists in Woolwich on Wednesday afternoon
Fallen hero: Father Lee Rigby, 25, from Manchester, was killed in Woolwich on Wednesday

A second man was visited by officers and warned about his activity on social media, the spokesman added.

It comes after 25-year-old Drummer Rigby was brutally murdered on a street in Woolwich, south east London, on Wednesday.

The father-of-one, from Manchester, had fought in Afghanistan with the 2nd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers.

Flatters has been remanded in police custody and will appear before magistrates in Lincoln tomorrow.

The charge comes after two men were earlier released on bail following their arrest for making alleged offensive comments on Twitter about the murder.

Complaints were made to Avon and Somerset Police about remarks that appeared on the social networking website, which were allegedly of a racist or anti-religious nature.




Attack: Drummer Rigby was killed on the street in Woolwich, south London when Michael Adebolajo launched his attack
Attack: Drummer Rigby was killed on the street in Woolwich, south London when Michael Adebolajo launched his attack

 


Shocking: The Twitter comments come after the attack in London. Police say they do even more harm to the community
Shocking: The Twitter comments come after the attack in London. Police say they do even more harm to the community

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.

Detective Inspector Ed Yaxley, of Avon and Somerset Police, said: 'On Wednesday evening, we were contacted by people concerned about comments made on social media accounts.

We began inquiries into the comments and at around 3.20am two men, aged 23 and 22, were detained at two addresses in Bristol.

'The men were arrested under the Public Order Act on suspicion of inciting racial or religious hatred. Our inquiries into these comments continue.

'These comments were directed against a section of our community. Comments such as these are completely unacceptable and only cause more harm to our community in Bristol.

'People should stop and think about what they say on social media before making statements as the consequences could be serious.'
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Excelsior! Per ardua ad astra!



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Tribute to a British Fusilier
« Reply #2 on: May 26, 2013, 07:01:55 PM »


Sunday, 26 May 2013


Lilies and lilacs and red and white roses, in tribute to a British Fusilier.

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To Woolwich to lay flowers and pay respects to Drummer Lee Rigby of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, murdered in a jihad attack on Wednesday. A march of respect was also going to take place organised by March for England and several of the independent patriotic groups of the South of England.

While waiting near the station in Woolwich to meet my friends I consulted a local information map. A local woman approached me and asked if I was attending with ?your flowers for the murdered soldier?. She was Indian and kindly gave me directions; Londoners talking to other Londoners again, helping her neighbour.

Knowing that the Rigby family were attending today we waited until the TV news viewed inside a local caf? confirmed that the family had left before making our way to the corner of John Wilson Road. Many other families had the same idea and were carrying flowers.

Some people have compared this to the masses of flowers laid when Diana Princess of Wales died in 1997 but, in its masculinity, the scene reminded me more of the tributes left at Anfield Stadium and elsewhere in memory of the 96 football fans crushed to death at Hillsborough in 1989.



Football shirts ? Rigby No1 ? football scarves ? all teams united in respect ? Army shirts ? Help for Heroes flags. Lilies, carnations, a yukka plant, lilacs cut from someone?s garden, and many red and white roses to represent the cockade of the Regiment.

We saw the procession coming towards us, lead and flanked by the police. No colours, silent and in good order.



As they reached the corner where the massed rows of flowers began and they were greeted by local people and those waiting the silence gave way to a wave of emotion that expressed itself first in applause.  Followed by those who had been waiting, black and white and of all ages, they made their way to the spot where the family had left their tributes. The balloon tied by the Rigby family on behalf of two year old Jack Rigby which read ?Dad in a Million? fluttered above.  A common football chant was adapted for the murdered man ?One Lee Rigby, there?s only one Lee Rigby?. When they reached the lamppost they sang ?For he?s a Jolly Good Fellow? and then the National Anthem.  A cross of yellow flowers was laid and other tributes.



The British stiff upper lip wobbled a lot. Some say that?s a bad thing and a modern weakness; others that we repressed our emotions too much in the good days.  As the Bible says there is a time for every purpose under Heaven. A time for silence and a time for speech (Ecclesiastes 3.7), and I won?t criticise someone who sincerely does one, while I am doing the other.

As I made my way back to the station more people bearing posies were coming up the hill.

As I write news has come in of another man stabbed in a street not 300 years from where the tributes were laid. Police say that his injury is not life threatening, and the incident had nothing to do with this week?s events.


? Peaceful march for Lee Rigby today #woolwich #millwall #chelsea #tottenham #westhamThe times are changing by Skittles #edl #nwi #sea #ukip #woolwich ?
Source--Casuals United


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Re: Last-hours- of- murdered- soldier-
« Reply #3 on: May 26, 2013, 07:10:24 PM »
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Times are changing.. Happening a lot quicker than we expected!! Now our troops are at risk here on the streets of the UK.We as civvies are at risk everyday on the streets! The traitorous government need to know andfeel the pain we all feel up and down the country, maybe even world wide after the vicious and savage murder of one of her Majesty's soldiers! We have shown over the past few days we are united in grief, united in spirit and in strength! Its time to retake the streets, the city's, the country and be proud Britons once again! No more avoiding the issue's, no more walking with eyes closed and no being sheep!

The power is ours, let's take it! - Skittles 2013 xxx


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Re: Last-hours- of- murdered- soldier-
« Reply #4 on: May 26, 2013, 07:24:10 PM »
Arrests but no major incidents at demo
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5:14pm Sunday 26th May 2013 in Tyne and Wear News Photograph of the Author By Gavin Havery, Reporter (Derwentside & Tyneside)  .

THE opposing demonstrations held in Newcastle city centre on Saturday (May 25) passed off without major incident, police said.

It is estimated that between 1,500 and 2,000 people took part in the far right English Defence League march and around 350 to 400 people in the counter demonstration by anti-fascist Newcastle Unites.

Up to 1,000 police officers kept the two sides apart and watched over the two demonstrations.

Chief Superintendent Gary Calvert, of Northumbria Police, said: ?There were a number of arrests over the course of the day, mainly to do with alcohol or to prevent public order offences, however the vast majority of those taking part were well behaved.




"Most of the arrests took place before the protests started and were part of a proactive strategy by police to avoid disorder and to minimise disruption.

Earlier on Saturday Northumbria Police said it had already arrested three people, two from Gateshead and one from Stockton, on suspicion of posting racist tweets.

SOURCE--NORTHERN ECHO




 
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