“But some Britons see Trump as crude, volatile and opposed to their values on a range of issues. Trump’s comments on militant attacks in Britain have sparked anger and he has often exchanged barbs on social media with the London mayor.” What is crude is this ridiculous float, mocking a President of the United States who has faced down the North Korea threat, ended the disastrous Iran nuclear deal, and gotten the American economy to start roaring back. What is truly opposed to British values is the idea that Trump’s opposition to “militant attacks in Britain” — i.e., to jihad mass murder — is somehow wrong and “islamofauxbic.”
Khan banned ads with bathing suits because they were demeaning. But this? This is fine with him. Future generations of free Britons, if there are any, will see that Trump was the best friend they could have had, and that Sadiq Khan left London weaker and more dangerous than it was before his tenure.
“Trump ‘baby’ to fly over London during president’s visit,” 9 News, July 6, 2018:
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan will allow protesters to fly a blimp over parliament portraying Donald Trump as an orange, snarling baby during the US president’s upcoming visit, Khan’s office says.
Trump, who arrives in a week’s time, will meet the Queen and Prime Minister Theresa May, who was the first foreign leader to visit him after his inauguration last year.
Britain regards its close ties with the US, which it calls the special relationship, as a pillar of its foreign policy as it prepares to leave the European Union.
But some Britons see Trump as crude, volatile and opposed to their values on a range of issues. Trump’s comments on militant attacks in Britain have sparked anger and he has often exchanged barbs on social media with the London mayor.
“The mayor supports the right to peaceful protest and understands that this can take many different forms,” a spokesman for Khan said on Thursday.
“His city operations team have met with the organisers and have given them permission to use Parliament Square Garden as a grounding point for the blimp.”
The spokesman added, however, that the protesters would also need permission from the police and air traffic services to fly the six-metre balloon.
The Met Police ,who are in charge of local airspace on the day, said they are currently happy for the flight to go ahead, but maintain a right of veto on the day….
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