All they have to do is ask the mosque attendees to support them and thousands of sheep, with no interested in politics, will go and cast their vote. Does no one in Britain see the long-term effect of all this? Muslims are deeply and naturally nepotist. It doesn’t matter how moderate they appear to be, in some way or the other they work to facilitate Islam and other Muslims whether they support terrorism or not. And this opens the doors to more security issues. We will see Khan facilitate more and more Muslims into these leading positions. It will corrode the safety net of the local government as it has in the Sharia enclaves. Now it’s just grabbed hold of a city representing the world’s largest economy. Just watch and see.
The media wrongly blame the opposing candidate Zac Goldsmith of being aggressive and divisive, and this to be the cause for his loss. On the contrary, actual non-Muslims voted for Goldsmith. Khan did not win from a majority support by non-Muslims. His victory was faciliated by the policies created by Tony Blair’s left-wing party years ago, by the decisions created by the last Mayor Boris Johnson and Home Secretary Theresa May, and their endless facilitation to open doors to the Middle East to gain access to London’s banking industry and property market. In the UK residency is for sale and many investment companies of UK background operate from Gulf locations offering to legally faciliate such transactions. It’s easy for these people to gain residency in the UK and to now influences elections to this degree. In January 2014 May allowed Muslims from the Middle East to travel visa free to London. We challenge anyone to investigate Khan’s actual voters. Who are they? The overwhelming majority will be Muslims. Some London neighborhoods are nearly 50 percent Muslim. What do people except?
Sadiq Khan is a lawyer by profession with a string of lawsuits on behalf of Muslims exploiting the legal system on discrimination complaints (Farakhan v Home Secretary, Supt Dizaei v Met Police, Ahmed v University of Oxford). We don’t see any lawsuits supported by Khan where non-Muslims, or Jews, are legally represented against Muslim racism and discrimination. So much for his authentic desire for ‘justice and diversity’.
Sadiq Khan is said to be the main force behind the extreme left-wing racist and Labour party leader Jeremy Corbin, a pro-Palestinain, pro-ISIS and pro-Hamas advocate. British PM David Cameron accused Khan of sharing ‘a platform with an extremist who called for Jews to drown in the ocean.’”
In 2016 Sadiq Khan was forced to suspend his Muslim top advicer (of course) Shueb Salar who spewed hate against women, homosexuals, racist referrals against Indian people and Jews on social media. Khan’s desire for diversity did not appear to encourage him to hire non-Muslims. For some reason Sadiq Khan saw no reason to file racism charges against Salaw. Sadiq Khan also supported groups between 2008 and 2012 who have approved of marital rape and been accused by MPs of spreading anti-Semitism and homophobia. No anti-discrimination and justice was demanded by him against these Islamist groups either. So who exactly does he want to target?
Everything we have predicted in the past ten years to become the norm of European and UK’s future is coming to fruition one-by-one. It’s extremely dangerous. Once you understand Islam and the Muslim mindset it becomes easy to identify. The longer they wait without addressing the issue, the harder it will get.
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Counting begins in London as Sadiq Khan looks likely to take over at City Hall after even senior Tories blast Zac Goldsmith’s ‘divisive’ campaign
- Counting began at 8am and a live tracker of the result shows Khan in front
- Data suggests the Labour candidate has so far got about 45% of the vote
- As he faces defeat Goldsmith has come under fire from his own side
- Andrew Boff, Tory leader on GLA, slammed Goldsmith’s negative tactics
- He said focus on Khan’s links to ‘extremists’ could hit community relations
- Final results of the City Hall race will be announced in London later today
Counting is underway in London today and the initial tally appears to hand Sadiq Khan a significant lead.
Overnight, senior Tories hit out at Zac Goldsmith for running an ‘outrageous’ anti-Muslim campaign and warning it could damage years of work at building community relations.
The final result of the race to succeed Boris Johnson will be announced at City Hall later today.
Mr Khan held a 14 point lead over Mr Goldsmith in the final pre-election poll by YouGov, raising expectations of a big victory to add a bright spot to an otherwise mixed night for Labour.
The party collapsed in Scotland, lost its majority in Wales and faced a handful of council seat losses in England.
The first stages of the count revealed Mr Khan was winning more than 40 per cent of the vote in the first round of the race for City Hall. The final results will be announced in London later today.
Andrew Boff, the Conservative leader on the Greater London assembly, said Mr Goldsmith’s strategy to attack Mr Khan for his links to Muslim ‘extremists’ in the race to replace Boris Johnson in City Hall was a mistake.
And in a remarkable broadside on the Tory mayoral candidate, Mr Boff said his party’s tactics could damage relations with the Muslim community.
The negative campaign run by the Tories looks set to have failed as a YouGov survey suggested Mr Khan is likely to be 11 points clear of his Tory rival on the first round of voting before he finishes even further ahead once other candidates are eliminated.
The poll indicates Mr Khan is set to shake off the toxic anti-Semitism row which has engulfed Labour for the past week.
Minutes after the polls closed in the London mayoral election last night, Mr Boff criticised Mr Goldsmith’s strategy for focussing on Mr Khan’s apparent links with radical Muslims, telling the BBC: ‘It was effectively saying that people of conservative religious views are not to be trusted and you should not share a platform with them. That’s outrageous.’
He added Mr Goldsmith had ‘done real damage’ and had ‘blown up bridges’ that the Tories had built with London’s Muslim communities, adding it was a mistake to ‘equate people of conservative religious views with sympathising with terrorism’.
‘I mentioned that I thought this was a mistake for future integration in London. If you are a London politician this is just a bizarre thing to do,’ he said.
‘I do believe it’s going to affect Conservatives at the sharp end, especially in those parts of London where there is a high Muslim population.’
The London mayoral candidates, Labour’s Sadiq Khan with his wife left, and Tory Zac Goldsmith with his wife Alice, right, both emerged to vote early yesterday. They are now awaiting the results today
The ballot boxes for the London Mayoral election were gathered at the Kensington Olympia today ready for the count to get underway. The results will be finalised later .
The final poll, by YouGov for the Evening Standard, suggested a comfortable win for Mr Khan today – forecasting a 57 per cent to 43 per cent margin for the Labour candidate.
Voters in the London Borough of Barnet reported problems at polling stations yesterday and said they were being turned away and told to come back later.
If the result across London proves to be closer than expected, the difficulties in Barnet could provide the basis for a legal challenge to the whole result.
Richmond MP Mr Goldsmith launched a 24 hour campaign blitz, making visits across the capital to venues including a kebab shop, milk round and a street market to try and avert defeat earlier this week.
In his final hours as Mayor today, Boris Johnson officially opened the huge new cycle routes across London – a project Mr Johnson has admitted was his toughest achievement.
And in the Commons earlier this week, Mr Cameron used Prime Minister’s Questions to build on the controversial campaign to link Labour to extremism.
He angrily challenged Mr Corbyn over alleged links to Hamas and Hesbollah.
Mr Corbyn initially tried to dodge the issue, insisting: ‘I have made it very clear Labour is an anti-racist party and there is no room for anti-Semitism.’
But under intense pressure he then conceded that any group that committed racist or anti-Semitic acts was ‘no friend of mine’.
The attack came after Israeli ambassador Mark Regev delivered a thinly-veiled attack on politicians who ’embrace’ Hamas, the armed wing of which is banned in Britain as a terrorist group.
Voters went to the polls under sunny skies in Haringey, North London, as today’s elections continued
The final poll on the London Mayoral race, released yesterday by the Evening Standard as London went to the polls, suggested a big win for Mr Khan in the final round run off for City Hall.
[The favorite black flag, representing Mohammed’s jihad campaigns, is displayed behind Sadiq Khan on his 2008 presentation at the Global Peace and Unity festival (!) organised by the Islam Channel which UK regulator Ofcom has found guilty of extremism before and after Khan’s appearance.]