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Tuesday, June 20, 2017


From Pamela Geller:
This is the norming of Jew-hatred in London. Jewish groups pleaded with London’s Muslim Mayor Sadiq Khan to cancel this march, since it openly promoted jihad terror, but he refused. 
This is what London voted for when it voted him in. And there will be much more of it. 
The World Jewish Congress sent around this email: 
Earlier today, during the annual Al Quds Day march, the streets of London were filled with the flags of Hezbollah. Iranian-supported Quds Day events, at which demonstrators routinely call for boycott Israel and for a third intifada (armed uprising) against Israel are held every year in cities across the globe. 
The Islamic Human Rights Commission, which organized the parade and distributed Hezbollah flags to attendees, said in a statement, “You can bring a Hezbollah flag to show support for the political wing of Hezbollah.” However, as we all know, the political and armed wing of this terror organization are one and the same. 
More than 25,000 have signed a petition calling on London Mayor Sadiq Khan to ban Quds Day,, and we hope that after this year he will take appropriate action to curb this gross display in one of Europe’s capital cities.
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Blogger Always On Watch said...

Wait a minute.

I heard somewhere that London Mayor Sidiq Khan has an interest in the building company that put that highly flammable cladding on the building.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017 3:44:00 pm  
Blogger Pastorius said...

If so, could you give me a link?

Tuesday, June 20, 2017 4:31:00 pm  
Blogger Always On Watch said...

TMW saw the information. She's going to search for a link.

Give us a bit of time. We're on it!

Wednesday, June 21, 2017 12:54:00 am  
Blogger Always On Watch said...

Follow the dots...

From Wikipedia and well sourced:

On Prime Minister Gordon Brown's Cabinet reshuffle of 3 October 2008, Khan was appointed Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government.[33][40][41]

The State for Communities and Local Government is responsible for cladding regulations.

The CYA is proceeding, as evidenced by this recent article:

Councils rush to reassure tower residents after Grenfell fire: Authorities announce new safety measures and checks on building materials after the disaster in which at least 79 people died.

Note that there are other buildings with that same cladding. Gad!

I can't find exactly that London Mayor Sidiq Khan has an interest in the building company that put that highly flammable cladding on the building. But he clearly had significant direct responsibility for building materials.

Grenfell Tower was renovated after Khan had moved on.

I'm not sure that we can make the case against Khan. Yet. But he does have a bit of shady history:

n April 2010 it was revealed that Khan had repaid falsely claimed expenses on two occasions, when literature was sent to his constituents. The first incident concerned letters sent out before the 2010 General Election which were ruled to have the "unintentional effect of promoting his return to office", the second a £2,550 repayment for Christmas, Eid, and birthday cards for constituents, dating back to 2006.[54] Under House of Commons rules, pre-paid envelopes and official stationery can only be used for official parliamentary business.[55][56][57] Khan's claim for the greetings cards was initially rejected, but he presented a new invoice no longer identifying the nature of the claim, and this was accepted. Khan attributed the improper claim for the cards to "inexperience" and human error and apologised for breaking the expenses rules.[58][59]

I smell a rat, but am not invested enough (nor yet well enough) to go on one of my in-depth research projects.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017 1:34:00 am  
Blogger Pastorius said...

I certainly would not be surprised.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017 3:02:00 am  

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