You may remember, last year 16 people were named, shamed and banned from entering the UK. One of them was Michael Savage, a radio talk show host that spoke out against radical Islam and acts of Muslim terror. He was soon punished by Britain’s Home Secretary, Ms. Jacqui Smith who said she made his name public ‘so others could better understand what sort of behavior Britain was not prepared to tolerate.’
It’s been nearly five days since 1010global.org released its ‘no pressure’ genocide ad campaign in Britain, thanks to liberal support from companies like Sony, Kyocera Mita, 02, The Guardian, ActionAid, and 350.org -- not to mention the director, Richard Curtis (Co-Executive Producer, ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’). Despite 1010’s widely-distributed commercial that advocates human slaughter -- teachers using explosives to blow up children -- not a peep from Britain’s Home Secretary.
Yet back in 2009, Jacqui Smith told GMTV upon Britain’s banning of Michael Savage:
“I think it’s important that people understand the sorts of values and sorts of standards that we have here, the fact that it’s a privilege to come and the sort of things that mean you won’t be welcome in this country. Therefore, I will not hesitate to name and shame those who foster extremist views as I want them to know that they are not welcome here.”
During a BBC Breakfast interview, Jacqui Smith elaborated on the British Home Secretary’s ‘enforced standards’ when dealing with anti-terrorists:
“[Michael Savage] is someone who has fallen into the category of fomenting hatred, of such extreme views and expressing them in such a way that it is actually likely to cause inter-community tension or even violence if that person were allowed into the country.”
Unlike 1010global.org, Ms. Smith?
Regarding Savage’s ban, Canada Free Press reported, “Mr. Savage [did] not advocate violence, support genocide or advise anyone to harm another.” Chiming in on the Home Secretary’s glaring double standards, Humberto Fontova of Andrew Breitbart’s ‘Big Journalism’ reported:
“Banned in Britain for ‘Hate Speech’ -- Unless You’re the Daughter of a Mass Murderer”
The following month, for a hoopla titled “Cuba 50,” Britain rolled out the red carpet for Che Guevara’s daughter, Aleida. The celebration was billed as “the biggest European celebration in this 50th anniversary year (of Castro’s Stalinist regime).”
This British celebration for a regime that jailed political prisoners at a higher rate than Stalin’s, murdered political prisoners at a higher rate than pre-war Hitler’s, created refugees at a higher rate than the Waffen SS and Gestapo created while conquering and subjugating France, and came closest of anyone to plunging the world into nuclear war—the festival for this regime was held in London’s luxurious Barbican Centre.
And lest anyone get the wrong idea, Che’s daughter was feted by Home Secretary Jacqui Smith’s jurisdictional domain in order to promote, in her own words: “my father’s ideals, his concerns, and his ambitions. I believe that my father is a banner to the world!”
Socialists, hypocrites, what is the difference anyways?