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BBC fabricates headlines and news stories about banning Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer from UK

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Check out the BBC headline: “Theresa May considers banning US bloggers from UK”:

Home
Secretary Theresa May is considering banning two US bloggers from
entering the UK to speak at an English Defence League rally.

Of course, the Home secretary said no such thing, but the British ideological counterpart to Al Manar, the BBC, makes the lie the headline. “The Home Office said it did not routinely comment on
individual cases but the home secretary was aware of Mr Vaz’s letter and
would be responding in due course.”

My organizatons stand for the very things Brits fought and died for in WWII and decades later in Afghanistan and Iraq. The UK is going to ban freedom?

You’ll also note the term “extremists.” Again, the art of the smear here. “If an uncompromising stand is to be smeared as ‘extremism,’
then that smear is directed at any devotion to values, any loyalty  to
principles, any profound conviction, any consistency, any
steadfastness, any passion, any dedication to an unbreached, inviolate
truth — any man of integrity.” —
Ayn Rand in ” ‘Extremism’ or The Art of Smearing”, Chapter 17 of Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal

The BBC has already banned me — despite numerous stories on my coming to the UK, they have not once contacted me for comment.

‘EDL rally: Theresa May considers banning US bloggers from UK” BBC, June 21, 2013

Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer
 
Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer are prominent “anti-Islamisation” campaigners

Home
Secretary Theresa May is considering banning two US bloggers from
entering the UK to speak at an English Defence League rally.

Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer are due to join an EDL march in Woolwich, where Drummer Lee Rigby was killed.

The pair are prominent “anti-Islamisation” campaigners in the US.

Home affairs committee chairman Keith Vaz claims their presence will fuel hatred and is calling for them to be denied visas.

Mr Vaz said: “I am alarmed that the EDL is planning this type
of march in Woolwich. It is clear that the location, motivation and
attendees at this march will incite hatred.

“Adding incendiary speakers such as Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer just fuels the fire.

“Before we have to pay the costs for the extra policing
required for this demonstration, the Home Secretary should consider
using her discretion to ban these two speakers from entering the
country.

“A ban should be enforced properly and physically stop people entering our borders.”

‘Extremists’

The Home Office said it did not routinely comment on
individual cases but the home secretary was aware of Mr Vaz’s letter and
would be responding in due course.

Mrs May has the power to exclude non-British citizens from
the UK if she considers their presence to be “not conducive to the
public good” but she must act in a “reasonable, proportionate and
consistent” way.

Anti-Islam posters
Anti-Islam posters on the New York subway caused controversy last year

Ms Geller, of the Atlas Shrugs blog, and Mr Spencer, of Jihad
Watch, are co-founders of the American Freedom Defense Initiative, best
known for a pro-Israel “Defeat Jihad” poster campaign on the New York
subway.

The poster, which caused controversy in the US when it
appeared last year, read: “In any war between the civilized man and the
savage, support the civilized man. Support Israel. Defeat Jihad.”

The pair plan to join Danish activist Anders Gravers, of Stop
Islamisation of Europe, and EDL leaders Tommy Robinson and Kevin
Carroll, at the event, on Armed Forces Day, Saturday, 29 June, where
they will lay a wreath at a memorial to Drummer Rigby.

Anti-fascist campaign Hope Not Hate has started a petition
calling on Mrs May to deny Ms Geller and Mr Spencer a visa on the
grounds that “their very presence in the UK will give encouragement to
racists and extremists”.

A spokesman for Hope Not Hate told the BBC News website they
are also unhappy about Mr Gravers’ planned presence at the EDL event but
said he could not be denied entry to the UK because he was an EU
citizen.

‘Fascism and hate’

He denied the group wanted to stifle free speech and said it
would also be against “Islamist hate preachers” entering the UK, adding:
“We don’t need people coming to this country to cause trouble.”

On Twitter, Ms Geller has reacted to the campaign by calling it an example of “fascism and hate” and “SS-like thuggery”.

On her blog, she claimed “Islamic supremacists and leftist
thugs are strong-arming British authorities to ban us” and vowed to
resist efforts to ban her and Mr Spencer from the EDL event.

Scotland Yard said that it was aware of the march and would have an appropriate policing plan in place.

Last month, British National Party leader Nick Griffin was
stopped from attending a march in Woolwich on the grounds that it would
inflame community tensions.

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