Pakistani Occupation Governor of London Put BLM in New Year’s Fireworks Display

Picture it:

  • It’s the end of 2020, and the world is looking forward to a grand and glorious new future of communistic, Islamic anal sex with children.
  • You’re locked in your house.
  • Meanwhile, the Pakistani occupation governor of your city is setting off lights in the sky claiming that blacks are oppressed.

Imagine such a reality… were to come true.


London Mayor Sadiq Khan surprised locked-down residents with an unannounced New Year’s Eve fireworks display, only to spark anger by filling the show with political messaging.

Our New Year’s Eve show just sent a loud, proud message to the world: London stands together against racism – tonight and always,” Khan said in a Twitter message with a video clip showing an image of a raised fist above the Millennium Dome. The symbol has historically been a universal gesture of working class solidarity, but most recently has been appropriated by the Black Lives Matter movement.

Lest anyone miss the point, a BBC broadcast of the show included narration. “The future holds unexposed danger, but no stress,” a male voice says. “Humankind is no stranger to progress, and as we’ve proven, when we collaborate, progress follows fast.” The fist then lights up across the sky, and a female voice says, “This is one voice with one message: black lives matter.” It then separates into multiple fists that spread apart. A song by rapper Stormzy, who said in 2019 that Britain is 100 percent racist, plays in the background.

It’s all so weird, and just so unreal, that it’s difficult to grasp that it is indeed really happening.

But if there is one thing I want you to understand, it is this: it’s only going to get worse from here on out.

There is no going back to “normal.”