A living definition of the word ‘traitor’

British Home secretary Theresa May, a person now slightly less trustable than Judas Iscariot.

From the Concise Oxford English Dictionary


One who violates his or her allegiance or acts disloyally to country, King, cause, religion, principle, themselves etc.

Theresa May’s misguided banning of Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer has become a worldwide news story.  If the Home Secretary thought that this ban would quieten things down, then she will be very disapointed.  Theresa May is a living, walking definition of the word ‘traitor’.


7 Comments on "A living definition of the word ‘traitor’"

  1. john warren | June 27, 2013 at 2:25 pm |

    Absolutely disgraceful… but no surprise. They government have an political agenda that will affect us all and intend sticking to it no matter what. However, it’s very unlikely that the Home Secretary alone made this decision. The government will not allow us to hear a message they’ve been keeping quiet about for the past 10 years or more.

    When the truth runs counter to a government’s objective then it’s the truth that must be suppressed. Let’s see how much publicity the wretched BBC gives to this matter.

  2. john warren | June 27, 2013 at 6:12 pm |

    Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer together are challenging Theresa May’s outrageous decision. It seems that they’ll be appealing the decision in Court. They do have a very good chance of success given their skills in communication and their commendable determination to be heard.

    Let’s wish them a successful outcome. Two little people taking on two large and nasty governments. An incredibly brave effort that might well go down in history. Heroic deeds are happening right in front of our eyes.

    • Fahrenheit211 | June 27, 2013 at 6:48 pm |

      I wish them good luck as well. Ms May has made a dreadful error in banning Geller and Spencer. She has not reduced tension but is actualy increasing it.

      Closing off free speech like this will only embolden those who are not just opposed to Islam but those whose opposition to Islam is of a violent nature.#

      Without the safety valve of being able to speak openly about Islam without fear of the law, I worry that some frustrated British people, especially those who feel they have little to lose, will tip over the edge and indulge in violence. This is something that I’ve warned about constantly and spoken out against. I, like any other reasonable person, does not want to see mobs of thugs with flaming torches recreating Kristalnacht in British towns. That is not the way to deal with the problems caused by Islam.

      Banning criticism of Islam, which in effect Ms May has done, will unfortunately make such violence by frustrated Brits much more likely. It is very worrying to see the right to speak out against Islam happening at a time when Anjem Choudhury is organising his own group of boot boys, and about which the Govt appears to be doing bugger all.

      I’ve always said that the best way to avoid anger, confrontation and violence would be for the Govt to deal properly and effectively with the depredations that the ideology of Islam brings.

      That they are not dealing with the problems makes me fear greatly for the future.

      When the law becomes unjust and unequal, there is often the tendency for indivduals to take the law into their own hands which in my view is a societal retrograde step and one that should be avoided.

  3. Paris Claims | June 27, 2013 at 8:38 pm |

    World wide story? I trawled around the Telegraph, Mail and Express earlier, never saw a word. Con Home put a thread up later on praising May’s appeasement on the grounds that Spencer and Geller did not distinguish between islam and Islamism. I got 3 comments deleted asking the author to kindly explain the differences. I also pointed out that those sharing his pleasure at the ruling would include peado gangs, terrorists, and the UAF

    • Fahrenheit211 | June 27, 2013 at 8:43 pm |

      The foreign press is covering the story. See Pam Geller’s site for a roundup. The British press on the other hand is its usual politically correct, bent self.

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