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Thursday, June 8, 2017

The UK police's priority is going after people posting mean comments on the internet.

In the aftermath of the London terror attacks, Cheshire Police posted the following status1 on their facebook page:


"We would remind all social media users to think carefully about what they are saying before posting messages online. Although you may believe your message is acceptable, other people may take offence, and you could face a large fine or up to two years in prison if your message is deemed to have broken the law."

At a time when eight innocent people had just been murdered and many more injured, Cheshire Police's facebook status understandably prompted a lot of angry responses:

"Cheshire Police would like to inform you that although they know of 3,000 suspected extremists living in the UK currently under investigation including 650 known Jihadi's that returned to the country after fighting with ISIS just be aware that they are monitoring facebook 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in case anyone's feelings get hurt."


Note: The actual figure is actually 23,000 jihadists known to be living in the UK.2


"Completely outraged that this has been posted after everything that has happened lately, I fully support the police in their work under difficult conditions but then don't expect to get posts like this thrown back in my face. Wouldn't more police time be better spent keeping these radicals off the streets rather than telling us what to do. Come on guys I thought you were better than this!!"



"Cheshire Police doing their job protecting people from being offended, give me a break, there's terrorists amongst us causing havoc, go do your job. This status offends me."



One facebook user posted a reminder for UK citizens, and the UK police, that freedom of speech is a basic human right:

"Freedom of Speech is a basic human right in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights:

Article 19.

Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers."



If Cheshire Police wish to familiarize themselves the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, they can find it on the UN website:
Universal Declaration of Human Rights


Many others were offended by Cheshire Police's status:

"We would like to remind Cheshire Police to be careful when posting on social media. Although you might feel your message is acceptable, others may take offence. Like, for instance, people who feel that your abject pandering to political correctness only goes to demonstrate that you are part of the problem instead of the solution."



"I saw a documentary about an islamic believer who lives in London that roams around London preaching the UK should be under Islamic rules and all homosexuals should be thrown of buildings... Yet he's under police protection and he lives 3 doors down from a Primary School. I am a homosexual and that offended me. Are you going to arrest him? I thought so."



Many more people spoke out in defense of the basic human right of freedom of speech, and you can read the replies to Cheshire Police's controversial facebook status at the link below:
https://www.facebook.com/cheshirepolice/posts/10155546384464015

Finally, here's a question for Cheshire Police.

The Quran, on several occasions, calls for non-believers and ex-muslims to be slaughtered.3 Such verses calling for non-believers and ex-muslims to be murdered, are a clear example of hate crime. Such verses specifically target people for slaughter based on their religion.

Are Cheshire Police going to start arresting people found in possession of the Quran?

Or are Cheshire Police cowardly hypocrites?

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Sources:
https://www.facebook.com/cheshirepolice/posts/10155546384464015
2 https://www.infowars.com/huge-scale-of-terror-threat-revealed-uk-home-to-23000-jihadists/
3 http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/pages/quran/violence.aspx

1 comment:

  1. Sticks and stones may break your bones, but in the UK words will get you arrested.

    ReplyDelete

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