Wednesday, May 06, 2009

Britain Bans 16 for 'Fostering Extremism' reported The British government on Tuesday named 16 people who have been banned from entering Britain for "fostering extremism or hatred,"
It's about time, but there are a lot more than 16 muslim extremists yu should ban, including a bunch that are already there.
including Muslim extremists, a former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard, a U.S. radio talk show host and a Kansas preacher.
I hope they just included them so they could not be accused of profiling Muslims.
Home Secretary Jacqui Smith, who is responsible for domestic security, said she decided to make the names public to show the kind of behavior that Britain is "not willing to have in this country."

The list includes six Americans. Perhaps the most prominent is Michael Savage, a nationally syndicated conservative radio host who has made controversial remarks about immigrants and Muslims, such as urging Americans to "burn the Mexican flag on your street corner" and saying that "when I see a woman walking around with a burqa, I see a Nazi."
He never flew planes into buildings, killing nearly 3,000, and he did not dance in the street when others did
.... The Rev. Fred W. Phelps Sr. and his daughter Shirley Phelps-Roper of the Kansas-based Westboro Baptist Church also are unwelcome in the United Kingdom.
I don't want them here either. I wish the UK would take them in, and keep them.
The pair, who have picketed at funerals carrying placards with anti-gay slogans, are banned for "fostering hatred," the Home Office said.

The other Americans on the list are Eric Gliebe, described by the Home Office as a distributor of "racist leaflets"; Abdul Ali Musa, a Muslim activist; and former Klan leader Stephen Donald Black.
Do they include Senator Robert Byrd, a former Klan leader?

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