The UK under Islamic law.
A tweet is a “hate crime,” but bombing an Ariana Grande pop concert in the cause of Allah is neither religiously motivated nor designated a hate crime. On page 9 of the UK government’s report, it is revealed that the Manchester bombing was not classified as a hate crime, as “British/Western values” do not come under their protected strands; this somewhat unfriendly attack thus circumvented their statistical analysis.
Children were among the 22 people murdered in a Muslim suicide attack after an Ariana Grande concert at Britain’s Manchester Arena.
(thanks to Michael)
Of course, the liberal elite have been drooling over this report – that 80,000 “incidents” sounds like some serious “Far Right” activity.
Would you rather be called names a billion times or have your baby girl blown up? The answer, of course, is the former, yet according to our insane establishment, the latter does not even register as a hate crime.
Of course, they classified the Finsbury Park attack as a hate crime – and no one was hurt.
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