Man Arrested for Quoting Winston Churchill in the UK interviewed by Michael Coren

Earlier this week, we brought you the story of the arrest of British politician Paul Weston, who was arrested and charged while quoting Sir Winston Churchill in the public square. The reason given to Weston for his arrest was that he failed to obey a dispersal order, that was issued because the words he was uttering were causing “distress”.

Coren correctly points out that the freedom of Muslims to conduct hateful demonstrations while spouting all sorts of “distress”-inducing language is far worse than anything Weston said. Weston explains this by saying that the British government is “absolutely terrified” and goes “out of its way” not to arrest anyone from the Muslim community.

h/t BNI


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