The Saudi Fuhrer of Saudi based islamofascist OIC

Theresa May is for sharia and EU - but against EU's Human Rights Court which condemns sharia

Sayeeda Warsi like all sharia muslims is against basic Human Rights

If you don't agree on the most basic Human Rights, then you're a racist/sexist hater

Klevius is probably now the world's foremost expert on sex segregation (sad isn't it), and islam (the worst cime ever) is the foremost expression of sex segregation. By 'islam' Klevius means the same as true sharia supporting (and therefore against the most basic of Human Rights) muslims.

British muslim jihadists: Samantha Lewthwaite, Mishal Husain and Michael Adebolajo (who murdered Le

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Klevius: England has more than enough "islamophobes" (i.e. anti sharia and pro Human Rights) to win an election - and a majority of "muslims" would probably approve of it

What is islam - and who is a muslim? Klevius suggests letting all "islamophobes" (incl. "muslim" ones)  out of the closet.

Merkel's flirt with Erdogan pushed England (not UK) over the Brexit cliff - May's flirt with the islamofascist Saudi "guardians of islam" lands it in a sharia swamp.

England committed a violation of fairness and legality when not allowing EU residents to vote about their own future - while allowing residents from non-EU nations to do so.

It would have been easy to include EU residents in this particular election.

Klevius advise to UKIP - independence for all parts of UK:

There's a huge demand for a new party. With just a slight altering UKIP could really be what its name stands for.

Anne Marie Waters islam criticism can give UKIP more votes than ever. The number of hiding "islamophobes" coming out in the voting boot would guarantee it. And if UKIP takes care of EU residents' full rights and then stops further immigration while putting the lid on sharia islamofascism - that would be a party program for success.

However, she has to pinpoint how sharia islam violates he most basic of Human Rights.

Talk Saudi based and steered OIC and its world sharia, Saudi Arabia's islamofascism spreading all over England with keen support from Theresa May, and explain to the people that islam in any meaningful form doesn't approve of the most basic of Human Rights, i.e what used to be the core of European values.

Moreover, ask the voters why England can't have a party leader whose opinion about sharia islam is the same as the one articulated by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).

And why hide behind pathetic and truly evil rhetoric by only pointing to harmless cultural "muslims" - or "spiritual muslims" or just ignorant muslims without a clue about the true meaning of basic Human Rights and democracy, i.e. those who don't share the basic tenets of Saudi/OIC/Sharia islam and who happily would like to adopt to secular values witjhout having to fear islam's evil apostasy curse.

And why wouldn't islam be evil if its "custodians" are islamofascists and considered top muslims and leading and harboring the world's most important muslim organization (OIC)? Or are the islamic hate spreading Saudis no muslims after all?!

BBC (John Humhrey): It's tradition and pressure against women - but it's not legal. So why not let muslims continue these pressure traditions under sharia.

The deputy leader of the party ripped into the broadcaster during the debate on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, insisting England should have “a single legal system”.

But the presenter made the case that sharia courts were about adhering to “traditions” rather than implementing a parallel legal system.

Klevius: Racist and sexist islamofascist "traditions" are evil - period.

Klevius wrote:

Monday, May 01, 2017

Why is UKIP shooting itself in the foot with a Saudi/OIC made "islamophobia" bullet?

UKIP could get some half of the (non-sharia) muslim votes if they dared to criticize evil sharia islam instead of trying to kick out their bravest member, Anne Marie Waters.

Not only would a clear distinction between sharia muslims* and non-sharia "muslims" distinguish UKIP from Theresa May's pro-sharia policy, but it would also offer apostasy scared "muslims" a safe secret space in the voting boot - something that no other party seems to offer. In today's "islamophobia racism" accusations fascism, voters of all and no faith would finally have a channel for what they really think if a political party would just give them the chance.

* Defined as violating the most basic Human Rights equality as stated in the 1948 Universal Human Rights Declaration which was intended to stop all kinds of fascism - including religious ones.

Anne Marie Waters:   I would actually describe myself as a nationalist. I want the preservation of the nation-state. I’ve been very clear about that. The nation-state is the only way to guarantee accountable government. We cannot be governed by unelected globalist committees, as we are now. I mean, the United Nations may not have legal power to govern us, but our leaders are consistently seeking permission to run their own countries from internationalist bodies. I want the nation-state to run itself.

    The reason I object to “white nationalist” – and I have no problem with being white, and I have no problem with being nationalist – but the implication behind that is that I think you have to be white, for example, to be a British patriot. You do not. You do not. There are people of all colors in this country who want to preserve and respect British heritage and history.

Klevius comment: While Theresa May says that the Brits benefit from sharia, that doesn't mean that sharia is a "British value", does it. Nor is Theresa May's "investigation" of UK sharia courts serious because she uses a sharia muslim to complete the task. A serious investigator should have been someone whose expertise is UK law and Human Rights.

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Klevius: Did Theresa May's "important ally", the islamofascist Saudi dictator family murder this dog walker?

83-year-old man died from "multiple stab wounds to his neck and head" after being attacked while walking his two dogs in woodland. Police lack theories/hypothesizes to work on - but Klevius has one to work from. 

Police: No known motive. Klevius: What about a qualified guess?

Ch Supt Fawcett added: "The motive remains unclear."

He said "dedicated teams" were investigating the case and a mobile police station has been set up at the scene. A cordon remains in place.

Klevius, who also happens to have a masters degree in criminology, now offers his help to the English police for free:

For solving a problem it's always good to start from some possible hypotheses.  But such a hypothesis need to be strong and therefore easily falsified. And we do know that violent muslims ready to commit hate crimes against the "infidels/kafirs" are behind most of these kinds of "stabbings to the neck and head". We also know that these muslims usually don't like dogs. So:

Two possible clues:

1 non-muslim stabbed to his neck and head.

Verse (47:4): When ye meet the Unbelievers (in fight), smite at their necks.
Verse (8:12): When thy Lord was revealing to the angels, 'I am with you; so confirm the believers. I shall cast into the unbelievers' hearts terror; so smite above the necks.

2 Dog walker

According to Islam Questions and Answers, "It is not permissible for a muslim to keep a dog, unless he needs this dog for hunting, guarding livestock or guarding crops.

Needless to say, the more radical groups - such as e.g. Saudi supported Salafi muslims - take an even harsher stand in their interpretation of the already negative views expressed in the Koran and the hadiths. 

Theresa May says Saudi sharia cooperation is good for the Brits.

Is Theresa May an accomplice to this murder via her stubborn support of the islamofascist Saudi dictator family and its well known position as the main source of inspiration to islamic hate crimes against non-muslims?

Even if it turns out that this murder had nothing to do with muslims or islam, this fact would in no way disprove the use of such a working hypothesis that statistically is the most likely.

However, Ch Supt Fawcett has been told by Theresa May that, in the name of "diversity" (i.e. islam) and "sensitivities" (i.e. muslims)  he should avoid to express hypotheses such as the one offered by Klevius above. Moreover, it could cause more "islamophobia".

Is Theresa May an accomplice to this murder via her stubborn support of the islamofascist Saudi dictator family and its well known position as the main source of inspiration to islamic hate crimes against non-muslims?

And if it turns out that it really was a muslim hate crime against a non-muslim dog-walker, then it will probably be toned down and excused - e.g. by calling the perpetrator "mentally disturbed" etc.

Whereas Klevius defends everyon's Human Rights and never sides with violence and extremism, Theresa May is against Human Rights and indirectly supports Saudi extremism and islamic hate violence via her support of the world's main source of islamic extremism and spread of hate. And whereas Theresa May blames the messengers (the "islamophobes") for some extremely few (compared to attacks by muslims) and exaggerated* incidents by clearly mentally disturbed people, Klevius blames the underlining original hate ideology, its perpetrators and those who inspire them.

* When a mentally disturbed man drove a van against two muslims who were helping a third muslim already lying on the ground because of illness, it was reported that eight muslims were injured and one dead - without explaining that all the other minor injuries came from muslims who afterwards attacked the driver.

Polishphobia and EUphobia seem also to be "good for the Brits".

 Klevius was the first (2005-6) to realize and publish on the web the islamic sex slave context as the explanation to the Viking phenomenon.

When a Polish man recently was accused of participating in the kidnapping of a model for to be sold as a sex slave to muslims in Mideast (compare Origin of the Vikings) but freed by the kidnapper "because she was a mother", BBC for many days and in every news report repeatedly emphasized that "the perpetrator was a Polish citizen living in UK" - but not that it was about muslim sex slavery in accordance with the Koran.