They just locked me out and said "au revoir"... Officially banned from UK for "racism".. doing fine though, all the cool people are being banned anywayNeed to gather my thoughts and call family. Interrogation story is pretty crazy though. Will tell it soon. pic.twitter.com/mARtkyZKFm
— Lauren Southern (@Lauren_Southern) March 12, 2018
Dear @AmberRuddHR - you have detained @Lauren_Southern in Calais and prevented her entering the U.K. She is a Christian Conservative. You have sided with Islamists of Luton. You need to make better decisions ma’am. pic.twitter.com/rpAgSEwLI3— Katie Hopkins (@KTHopkins) March 12, 2018
For people curious, yes I was held under Schedule 7. pic.twitter.com/FWh6n7vElh— Lauren Southern (@Lauren_Southern) March 12, 2018
March 12, 2018
I'm not kidding about this, but during my questioning by the UK police... I was asked about my Christianity and whether I'm a radical. I was also asked how I feel about running Muslims over with cars.— Lauren Southern (@Lauren_Southern) March 12, 2018
Meanwhile, the UK is being besieged by "British" and "European" terrorists who fought with the Islamic State and are now returning to the Continent. The British government is taking this threat far less seriously.
The threat to Britain from returning Islamic State fighters is being underestimated because European extremists fleeing Syria are free to travel here, a terrorism expert warned today.The British government doesn't care about terrorist cells organizing within its own territory, or the mass rape of thousands of its young women. But if a twenty-something girl with a bit of a platform raises a stink about it, some of the people in power might lose their pensions. Ergo, the government leaps into action.
Richard Walton, a former head of Scotland Yard’s counter-terrorism command, said “everyone is assuming” the danger came from British IS supporters arriving back in this country.
But he said free movement between Britain and the rest of the EU meant “several thousand” more foreign fighters who would also be able to enter.
The risk was greater because of the ability of extremists to avoid detection through the use of fake passports or identity cards acquired on the continent or even made by IS.
[Threat to Britain from returning ISIS fighters 'is being underestimated,' former Met anti-terror chief warns, by Martin Bentham, Evening Standard, March 5, 2018]
Terrorist attacks are not really a threat to the British government. A few of Her Majesty's subjects being turned into chunks of meat on the streets of London is, as Sadiq Khan put it, just "part and parcel of life in a big city." It's not as if the politicians care about any of these people or even have anything in common with them. But Europeans organizing to take back their own countries is an existential threat to the system. It's not surprising anarcho-tyranny is increasing. It's also not surprising Sadiq Khan (who once campaigned for a travel ban on Louis Farrakhan to be lifted) is calling for more repression of online speech so parasites like him can continue to oppress the actual British people. [Sadiq Khan Warns Silicon Valley On 'Hate Speech' And Fake News, Blames Donald Trump, by Ben Kew, Breitbart, March 12, 2018]