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Home Secretary urged to ban Golden Dawn and BNP London event ahead of Holocaust Memorial Day

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  1. alwaysniceman 21 Jan 2014, 7:40pm

    How about anti-central European comments, or general anti-immigrant comments and anti-immigrant hate speech? May, if you do things, do them well.

    1. Hate = any opinion not shared by you ?

    2. Hate speech is already illegal in the UK. It’s important to differentiate the right to protest things from hate speech.

      These groups preach hate speech, they are extremists and the timing of this meeting is deliberately offensive. That’s why this should be banned. The UK should not be providing a platform for these groups to spread their ignorance and hatred.

      People coming here expressly to attend gatherings that go against our equality laws and the principles of Human Rights should be turned around at the border and told they are not welcome. Political opinion is one thing, expressing views which seek to attack groups of people is entirely unacceptable.

      I feel the same way about Muslim Clerics, Fundamentalist American Christians and anyone else attending events here. They should not be welcome whether they claim freedom of speech or not. Freedom of speech should NEVER trump Human Rights and Equality.

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  3. Mister Fister 22 Jan 2014, 4:32pm

    Come on Theresa, stop these hate-mongers from polluting our city – ban them now.

  4. Richard the Big Bunny 22 Jan 2014, 7:41pm

    Every time I see one of these headlines, I mistakenly think it says ‘Goldie Hawn’! Then I’m disappointed. Moo. #speedreading

  5. David Jones 23 Jan 2014, 8:20am

    Not approving of something does not mean you “hate” it – the word “hate” has been hijacked by politically correct pressure groups to discourage reasoned debate on topics like immigration, homosexuality, feminism etc and reinforced by a biased mass media.

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