Enough Is Enough.

To those who are trying to impose an influence over Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party – which seems to be always before an election… Hmmm.

To especially those who keep on insisting using the anti-semitism card each and every time you fail to get your way…

It will not work in your favour but against you.

Enough is enough.

Stop
Just stop…. spitting your dummies.

There is far more vile stuff being said and done to the Muslims on a daily basis.

~ SJ (Sara Jae)

Yardy’s Conspiracy Theory.

“Somebody needs to explain this to me because me not understand this . How can the police tweet about the incident in London bridge and Borough market but the time of their tweet is 4.50PM? This is way before it happened. This is like a whole 5 hours before it happened. Yes, about 5 hours before it happened. See the tweet here * Points to screen* look at the tweet at 4.50PM. See my time there * Points to the time recorded on screen. How? * (Inaudable) somebody explain this one.”

Someone, somewhere (was in or) has the wrong time zone set.

Please see the original tweet by Metroplitian Police…

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One can also see the original tweet via this link; https://twitter.com/metpoliceuk/status/871152151787171840

~ SJ (Sara Jae)

The (Not So) Sound Of Silence

Jeremy Corbyn

I quite like Jeremy Corbyn… His personality tends to remind me of my own and the way he wishes to act on the people’s behalf within the government is truly admirable. Because of that, he is an honest person however; I have a genuine fear that he may be silenced, somehow. We all know there is an organisation behind it all, puppeteering away, decreeing fate and having the final say. This is not restricted to the United Kingdom either.

There are valid reasons for saying that such as…

The weapons expert, David Kelly apparently committed suicide – obviously silenced as not to reveal his findings in an investigation, which would have inevitably cast a shadow on the government back then.

Prince William of Gloucester, who perished in a plane crash. He had asked his girlfriend, Zsuzui Starkloff, to join him on that particular flight. He must have been uncharacteristically encouraged to invite her so they both could be killed off but fortunately for her – she could not make it and so he took his instructor along instead.

There was a Pakistani doctor, Hasnat Khan who was romantically involved with Princess Diana at one point but somehow he was scared off her and her butler, Paul Burrell, the sole survivor of the world-famous car crash has obviously been paid off and hidden away. Where is he nowadays since he knows the absolute truth regarding the fatal car crash? Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed both sadly died except there are those who may prefer to say, killed. I would just like to also point out that both Khan and Fayed were Muslims… Just how similar are the tragedies of Diana and the other Prince William? Fortunately, Princess Diana’s son, who was named after the Queen’s cousin, William is able to love and marry the love of his life in today’s times and attitudes.

The list is actually endless… Seek and ye shall find.

Above all, the single common trait they all share(d) is that they were not afraid to buck the trend, to break the mould in order to be themselves.

This country’s government actually needs someone like Jeremy Corbyn to kick it up its backside and organise it into a better, fairer, democratic state of affairs. However, but because he is original, determined and an honest person who has not yet allowed himself to be manipulated – his term(s) in government may somehow cease. People are certainly trying to nit-pick and find faults within him. On one hand, they are just trying their luck to make him conform to their particular ways. Yet on the other hand they are more than likely to be Jewish or have Jewish connections – having been offended by his stance and honesty. They are fighting a losing battle, in all senses.

Jeremy is obviously not someone who will permit themselves to be bullied and I sincerely hope he will be able to remain courageous, honest and a tower of strength to and for the people of United Kingdom.

Thank you Jeremy, for being true to yourself.

~ SJ (Sara Jae)

It Is Not A Laughing Matter.

I condemn all acts of terrorism especially where innocent people have to die.

Muslims seem to lose either way. They are constantly asked to apologise for crimes they did not commit nor supported. They are stuck between the extremists and fanatics on either sides. Most Muslims want to work providing for their family and get on with life in harmony, just like the police officer, Ahmed Merabet wanted to, who was also killed yesterday. I am certain not many people know that he was a Muslim because the media did not mention this until much later on but there was no news of what religions the others were. It does not matter to the media because it is not sensational enough and does not go with the narrative of their headlines. This police officer paid with his life trying to do his job as a just person. The far right are striving in France and this will be an opportunity for them to milk this sad situation to their advantages. Sadly the bigots will jump on the band wagon of hatred without any thoughts to the consequences.

Charlie Hebdo was founded in 1970 and since then they have been relentless in mocking everybody in a very aggressive manner. They have a long history of provoking a wide range of people based on their choices and beliefs. Many of their satirical cartoons are tasteless, violent and sexually explicit – depicting many religious figures and politicians.

In 2012 the French government condemned Charlie Hebdo for publishing caricatures depicting Prophet Mohammed. They even urged the magazine to reconsider their decision in publishing the material but they refused. As a result the French government decided to take security measures to protect their embassies and consulates around the world. They also increased security around Charlie Hebdo’s offices. The magazine was determined in pursuit of what they believed is their right to mock others through “Free Speech”. While they are free to publish what they like with the exception of any anti-Semitic content, the law could not stop them or any of their provocative material but there is an unwritten rule to be respectful to others in every walk of life – regardless, in my opinion. You might be walking down an extremely narrow path and someone walks up towards you so you decide to step aside in order to let them go through first. This is what humanity is all about. Why do we have to be so nasty, oppressive and/or so hurtful towards one another?

There are those who will poke fun at disabled people – does anyone still remember Glenn Hoddle? When he remarked disabled people had been punished for their previous life (not very clever) and as a consequence he was sacked from his position as an England football manager. While there is nothing set in law to prosecute him with, the FA still acted and sacked him to show such opinions will not be tolerated.

My point being, freedom of speech is important but we need to hold back at our own discretion if we feel what we might say or do is hurtful towards others. There will always be people who want to push the boundaries and there is nothing wrong with that but freedom of speech cannot be used as an excuse to hide behind from when their actions has consequences and they should expect the same level of freedom of speech back especially when in a democratic state.

My main worry at this point in time is how society is reacting based on what the media wants us to see and believe regarding the cartoons. First it was Denmark, now France – next it will be the UK. When the World Trade Centre was targeted on the 11th of September (9/11), we suspected London would be next but not when. We also knew that the London public transport system would be targeted as that is what would have hurt the city most. If the Waging a dirty war. continues to retaliate to this sad state of affairs regarding the cartoons with the same kind of mockery that provoked all this, their offices could be next.

Any perceived anti-Semitism would be handled straightaway and the offenders promptly dealt with. Yet for any other religions, any anti views are sadly casually tolerated which I find very unfair because the same law should apply to all religions. By being respectful and mindful of others at all times would nip any anti views in the bud and would avoid that cataclysmic chain reaction of events spiralling out of anyone’s control. As for censorship? Do not even try to hide behind that excuse because no one ever sees what actually happens to the people of Palestine and other war torn countries: Waging a dirty war.

Is the Ku Klux Klan a representative of Christians? So why do many think Terrorists are representative of Muslims? Fanatics or extremists does not define their religion come what may except distorts the truth behind it – all religions which asks for submission to the one and only same god is about peace and humanity. A true believer would not stoop so low to harm another because their religion (should) forbids it. Unfortunately people not in the know or are well informed regarding a particular religion will accept that distortion all too readily. It is those who are the most sincere in their hearts that suffer the most from all this due to fanatics and others attributing excuses.

Thank you for allowing me to practise free speech – with respect comes peace.

~ SJ