The jumped up little shit-for-brains who, thanks to political correctness and the Islamophiliac Labour Party's hatred of the British working class is able to swagger around calling himself The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan has incorporated bullying major technology companies such as Facebook and Twitter to do more on the issue of “hate speech,” or face fines and greater regulation. What Khan, a vain little tit at the best of times, is really up to is an attempt to suppress free speech on the net in order to prevent blasphemy against Islam.
Talking to the BBC ahead of the South by Southwest (SXSW) technology festival in Austin, Texas, Khan said that companies must be “chivvied and cajoled to take action.” As far as we can see it is fuck all to do with him, he's Mayor of London, not President of The World.
“We have evolving economies, which means we should have evolving regulations,” he said. “For too long politicians and policymakers have allowed this revolution to take place around us and we’ve had our heads in the sand.” The idiot does not know what he's talking about, but in a greater insanity a few weeks ago he announced that London's Metropolitan Police, a forse accountable to him, whould no longer investigate minor crimes (he did not define 'minor crimes' but we guess he means trivial things like murder, rape, arson, robbery and fraud, and in future would only respond to reports of major crimes (blasphemy against Islam?) and 'hate crime' thus indicating where his racist priorities lie.
He went on to praise German hate speech laws, put in place by Angela Merkel in response to growing resentment at her open-door migration policy, with companies now facing fines up to 50 million euros. “Germany is an example of where the German government said ‘Enough,” he continued. “Unless you take down hate messages, unless you take down fake news, we will fine you’. I want to work with the tech companies, but you have to be responsible,” he added.
What he fails to understand is that since Merkel tried to suppress free speech in Germany by making criticism if Islam a 'hate crime', opposition to mass immigration has risen and anti - Islamification groups have gained strength.
Khan also reiterated his opposition to President Donald Trump, claiming that Trump’s decision to retweet a member far-right activist group Britain First had led to increased levels of abuse directed at him. This would be a major diplomatic faux pas of course, did he not enjoy the protection being Muslim carries in the west. It is beyond bad manners for a visiting politician to comment on the leaders of the host nation.