The European Union is in confusing, its part countries are a shambles, and the patriot parties are making tremendous walks in the individual governments, much to the mortification of Brussels. Between EU leader Jean-Claude Juncker making suggestions to the African mainland, implying that it truly doesn’t make a difference what the part countries need, the EU will guarantee that every one of them falls in accordance with welcoming, inviting, and tolerating African migrants into the organization.
With both France and Germany attempting to keep up their toehold in the initiative of the countries, Britain has been unobtrusively moving in an opposite direction from the EU at once the 28-country organization would ill be able to manage the cost of shortcoming. Theresa May, the Prime Minister of a broken British governing body and Parliament, is likewise thinking that its hard to keep her head above water, as she measures certain conclusions with regards to the knowledge of a Brexit.
In the meantime, she endeavoring to speak to the conservatives and Socialists of Britain by doing one of the main things that appear to irritate the Left: She’s bashing Donald Trump. After our leader re-tweeted recordings from the group, Britain First, May struck out at the president saying it was “the wrong thing to do!” Trump, never one to keep down a punch, struck back at the Prime Minister, saying “Don’t focus on me!”
.@Theresa_May, don’t focus on me, focus on the destructive Radical Islamic Terrorism that is taking place within the United Kingdom. We are doing just fine!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 30, 2017
Via Conservative Tribune:
After President Donald Trump retweeted videos from a British anti-Islam activist last week that showed Muslims allegedly engaging in acts of violence, British Prime Minister Theresa May issued a statement slamming him for his “wrong” decision.
Trump responded by dropping a tweet blasting May for focusing on his retweets instead of what he believes to be the real problem: radical Islamic terrorism.
As Conservative Tribune noted last week, Trump had a valid point: “(A) stunning report published Wednesday … revealed that ‘the number of people arrested for terrorism-linked offences (in the U.K.) rose by more than two-thirds to a record 379 in the 12 months to June — one of the most intense periods for terrorist attacks in recent history.’”
Of those 379 suspects, nearly a third were eventually charged with terrorism offenses, while nearly 18 percent still face further investigation.
Trump’s tweet at the British PM hit the nail on the head: Instead of obsessing over his tweets, May ought to be taking steps to reduce the influence of radical Islam on the U.K.s population.
But judging by the statistics cited by The Guardian, she clearly hasn’t been.
I have been following Britain First for about a year now and generally, their greatest concern isn’t that Muslims are moving into Britain. Their greatest concern, as here in the US, is that they are not absorbed with British culture. Or maybe, they are making bigger and bigger Muslim ghettoes that are alluded to by Britain First individuals as “restricted areas,” implying that White Christian Britons are particularly prohibited from walking in these areas. On the off chance that they do, they will either be brutally assaulted, verbally harassed, or undermined.
The police quite often appear to favor the Muslims and in spite of that Britain First individuals are just dispersing leaflets in regards to measurable data (eagerly taken by passers-by, coincidentally) the Socialist and Moderate Members of Parliament and local government still see Britain First as hostile “far-Right” radicals. On the off chance that you have sufficient energy, I encourage you to watch their recordings previously you believe the expression of a head administrator who is in a bad position with her own citizenry. Britain First recordings are all over YouTube.
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