What are they so frightened of?

There are certain topics dominating just now, Brexit not least and in other posts, I join most pundits in getting onto that.

Part one

But there were two from the weekend which got past almost everyone’s radar. One was what appeared to be in England – a preacher had his bible removed by police and was arrested for disturbing the peace:


There was also this one:

Now the issue was only one part of it. So let’s deal with that first.

He was doing his hot gospelling and shoppers had the option of moving past, he wasn’t physically restraining anyone but what were most doing? Standing around there, as at Hyde Park Corner, listening, not heckling and that was the thing.

At that point the police stepped in, twisting his hands behind him and get this – telling him to “drop it”.

Drop “it”?

What on earth was this weapon “it” which had to be dropped? Need I go any further into that? I’m assuming you’re not so blind as not to see what was going down here.

Meanwhile, Muslims were holding prayer meetings on the green, not touched in the least by the police. Do think about that one.

Were they told to “drop it”?

The last part of that disgrace was that the stupid people standing about then decided to cheer the police. No one had forced them to stay there, they’d stayed to listen.

Part two

I went to embed the tweet with that clip in a blogpost and the arrow used for this gave options to block, “see less of this tweet” and watch in Safari.

I went to the other arrow thingy and it gave options of block this tweet, block this account, that sort of thing. Nowhere did it give the embed code, needed to put it into the post.

OK, so I now had it showing in Safari, went to copy the url and guess what – it told me I was offline. I clicked out of it, closed the ipad, then went back in – nope, still offline. Checked my settings and I was getting the wifi, the hub was showing blue.

I went to another tweet with a vid and it embedded fine. Now you tell me what you conclude from that?

So I took the screenshot you see.

Part three

We know that anything concerning Tommy Robinson is censored out of all proportion to his actual effect, that people get arrested at the border coming to interview him, we know also that there are some very weird readers whom I don’t believe are against the message but they go simply irrational any time he’s mentioned.

We also know what Trump’s putting up with in the States:

… we know about the Westminster scumbags and anyone speaking out is in trouble. All that is par for the course, it’s political, it threatens the Club, the elite.

So what on earth could possibly be wrong with one lone Christian hot gospeller?  Just what are the authorities afraid of?

You see, not to beat around the bush, there must be something ultra-subversive about Christianity in the eyes of the elite. Far from letting a dwindling congregation just mutter to itself on Sundays until they finally kick the bucket, the hidden govt feels the need to equate a Christian to a terrorist – think about that one for a moment.

And where is this so-called power they fear? Is it in violent tactics, is it in weapons, in rockets? Nope, the weapon seems to be a book.

“Drop it.”

Something a bit OTT in that would you not say?

Part four


Part five

10 comments for “What are they so frightened of?

  1. Penseivat
    February 26, 2019 at 11:57 am

    “…….had his bible removed and arrested for breach of the peace.” Would this be the same publication that Police officer would possibly hold while swearing to tell the truth when in a court trial?
    The definition of BoP has changed since my day, coming under statute law rather than common law, but I understand it must constitute a type of behaviour resulting in public unrest or disturbance.
    It would be interesting to know what the arresting officer’s interpretation of BoP would be in the circumstances described.
    It’s a shame the onlookers didn’t hold hands and form a ring around them and sing “Onward Christian Soldiers”. That, I would have paid to see.

    • February 26, 2019 at 2:10 pm

      Very interesting to know.

  2. mona
    February 26, 2019 at 7:02 pm

    It is not the perceived offenses, but the retards posing as police officers that are the problem, do you really think that if that had been a Imam holding the Quran standing there that, that female in uniform would have dared to touch him let alone the Quran. O well roll on King Tommy.

  3. Errol
    February 26, 2019 at 9:00 pm

    The real message isn’t that someone was arrested, but the difference in how the two groups are treated.

    The Muslim breaks the law – by faffing on the green – and is not moved on. Previously the complainer had their house invaded by the police and was cautioned – despite reporting a crime, just a crime the state didn’t like.

    Again we have two groups, both equally disruptive but only the one the state dislikes is arrested. The other, Muslim element is ignored.

    It’s that fundamental difference, that lack of fair play that Britons hate most but the state so desperately enforces.

    We’re angry not because they’re Muslims, but because they’re getting special treatment. We Brits really, really don’t like that.

  4. Pcar
    February 26, 2019 at 9:10 pm

    Sanctuary Cities [for illegal immigrants] coming to UK

    Fiduciary Negligence &; Malfeasance in public office?

  5. Pcar
    February 26, 2019 at 9:49 pm

    “We’re angry not because they’re Muslims, but because they’re getting special treatment. We Brits really, really don’t like that.”

    Muslim preacher vs Christian preacher – Police Hypocrisy

    Michael Heseltine wants second EU referendum – ‘old Brexit voters have died’

    • Errol
      March 2, 2019 at 12:37 pm

      Heseltine is a bag of effluent who in a democracy would have been struck into shelf stacking at Tesco long ago.

      The man is blatantly conflicted, yet the BBC takes almost delight in refusing to acknowledge it.

  6. February 26, 2019 at 11:00 pm

    And there is purpose, the Common Purpose of vilify and sow discord, get the land outraged, get some bloodletting going.

    Again we have two groups, both equally disruptive

    Really? Tell me how ordinary Chistians are disruptive like Muslims? Not clerics, the laity I mean who just go to church on Sunday? Put 50p in the collection dish with malice aforethought?

    • Errol
      March 2, 2019 at 12:45 pm

      Anyone bashing away reading fiction on the street is annoying.

      I have absolutely no respect for religionists whatsoever, they’re the nonsense of a backward mind. It’s as daft as reading out ‘The Hobbit’ in public.

      Believe whatever fantasy you want, but do so in private.

      Specifically as comparing Christians to Muslims – both are aggressors, Christians just did theirs about 1000 years ago and have gradually been growing up and realising believing in a bearded man in the sky is laughable as science has eroded their fantasies.

      Islam, because it is an absurd nonsense, the tribalism of the Middle East and the desperation for control the Immams have is still stuck 1000 years ago. However it too wil evaporate as science erodes it’s nonsense. Then mankind will have to take responsibility for himself and admit that yeah, he just wanted to kill people rather than blaming it on some bearded man in the sky.

      Then, perhaps we can stop pretending that Muslims are somehow any different to any other bunch of nutters wanting to kill people and stop funding them, feting them and just flog the swine who commit such atrocities.

  7. Pcar
    February 28, 2019 at 10:37 pm


    Elderly black Christian street preacher was arrested for being Islamaphobic and racist by UK police.

    On USA News:

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