October 18, 2015
Following the charges filed against Bahar Mustafa, a Moslem lesbian feminist immigrant who joked about killing White men, this hatespeech thing in the UK is in the midst of narrative collapse.
A woman has been arrested after a video of a racist incident on a London bus went viral.
The five-minute footage was taken on the 206 bus which was travelling along Knatchbull Road, Willesden,
The clip shows a black woman, with a child in a pram, taunting two Muslim women by calling them ‘sandbags’ and ‘Isis b****es’.
The woman is heard shouting in her victims’ faces saying: ‘Talk your f***ing language. Keep laughing. Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha. With your bombs hiding underneath your clothes.
‘I don’t f***ing like you people because you’re f***ing rude. You come to England and you have no f***ing manners. Go back to your f***ing country where they are bombing every day, don’t come here where we are free.’
At one point, the child who the black woman was with, appears to ask what is happening.
Crouching down to speak to the baby, she replied: ‘What happened? What happened? Isis got into the country, that’s what happened.’
The bus driver tried to intervene on two occasions but the abuse continued.
The woman began to film all the Muslims on the bus with her mobile phone.
One of the victims was Italian national Umm Lina, who was born in Morocco and speaks fluent French, Italian and Arabic. She moved to the UK in April to be with her mother while she was pregnant.
Through an interpreter, the mother-of-one today told the Evening Standard: ‘She was saying all these words that I couldn’t understand.
‘And because I couldn’t understand what was going on I said “please shh” and that was when she started screaming.
‘I was scared and anxious.
‘I am heavily pregnant and I was standing as well, so I was really stressed and upset because I couldn’t understand what she was saying.
‘No-one did anything so I walked to the driver and asked him to call the police. And he said “You can do that yourself”.
‘I would’ve expected someone to stand up for me and my family and friend as I don’t speak English, especially the driver.’
The Black is probably more “oppressed” (i.e. poor) than the Moslems, and yet the Black gets charged with hate. I thought the entire concept of hate laws was punishing Whites, but in the UK this policy has gotten a whole lot more confusing.