Thursday, September 17, 2009

UK: Manchester Council Wants to ban Anti-Islam Protest!!

Sometimes you think that you have seen it all and then the UK leftists come along. In the act of completely bowing down to Islam, the Manchester Council is asking that an upcoming anti-Islam protest be banned. As it is not a "legitimate cause"! Apparently thought when Muslims are in the streets there calling for the death of those who insult Mohammad, that is an legitimate cause.

The plea to ban this event has the backing of the Church, the same Church which supported the opening of Sharia Courts in the UK. I have been trying to be kind and bite my tongue, but no more. The UK Church "leaders" are a disgrace to all the past Popes and Christians who fought Islam head on and saved Europe from Islamic takeover. They are just useless.

Plea to stop right wing march
David Ottewell

SEPTEMBER 16, 2009

MANCHESTER council is to ask the Home Secretary to block a planned city-centre rally by a right-wing group.

The English Defence League claims only to oppose 'militant Islam' - but previous events have seen skinheads making Nazi salutes, and violent clashes with anti-fascist protestors.


An EDL rally in Birmingham earlier this year ended with 90 people arrested during a busy shopping Saturday.

Gangs hurled bottles at each other and pelted riot police with bricks. Now the EDL are planning to come to Manchester on Saturday, October 10.

And the city council, which is powerless to stop the event, is to appeal to Alan Johnson to intervene.

Town hall bosses are writing to the Home Secretary calling on him to use whatever powers are necessary to block the event. They believe there is a serious risk of violence - and that the event will cause offence to moderate Muslims and non-Muslims alike.

Their calls are being backed by church leaders and city-centre traders.

Jim Battle, deputy council leader, said: "Manchester has a long and rich tradition of protest and radicalism.

"We are incredibly proud of that history and to this day people regularly make their voice heard in demonstrations in the city. But we are also a welcoming and tolerant city.

"Wherever the so-called English Defence League have gone there has been violence and disruption to ordinary people who just want to go about their business.

"These people do not have a legitimate cause - they merely wish to vilify, insult, intimidate and provoke one section of our community. That isn't protest or legitimate democratic debate and it certainly is not welcome in Manchester."

"Manchester does not want the EDL, and we stand united against their poisonous, disruptive and unbritish outlook and actions."

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