Saturday, 14 December 2019

[Let's do the TIME Warp again: TIME posts yarn about margarinised communities following a 'divisive' campaign where people had a choice of parties and candidates to choose from - seems that the false god's followers didn't succeed in determining the outcome, and are now 'fearful' - odd, considering how many accusations of 'phobia' were made, mainly against Conservatives who sometimes tweeted things that didn't support the false god's religion] Marginalized Communities Fear for Their Future in the U.K. in Wake of 'Ugly' Election Campaign

Marginalized Communities Fear for Their Future in the U.K. in Wake of 'Ugly' Election Campaign

By Rachael Bunyan
December 13, 2019
... “There is a palpable sense of fear amongst Muslim communities around the country,” Huran Khan, Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain, said.

“We entered the election campaign period with long-standing concerns about bigotry in our politics and our governing party,” Khan added. “Now we worry that Islamophobia is “oven-ready” for government.” ...
More on the organisations that spend their days obsessing over 'phobia' of a phony god's evil, terror-casting religion - seeing Phobes everywhere and seeking to root out their 'oven-ready' 'phobia' following years of islamic terror-casting - at TIME

# Other sites don't miss out on the chance to portray the false god's followers as margarinised victims:

British Muslims ‘fear for their future’ under Boris Johnson government

Faye Brown
Friday 13 Dec 2019
The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) has called on the Prime Minister – who has been personally accused of Islamophobia – to reassure British Muslims of their place in Britain. ...
More on the fearful followers of the false god and the Prime Minister who has been subjected to an ongoing Phobe Hunt at Metro

# Pakistan - source of many of the false god's followers responsible for the attacks in Britain which led to the phony phobia the Phobe Hunters are so diligent in 'rooting out':

British Muslims, minorities fearful after big Tory victory

Murtaza Ali Shah
December 13, 2019
... The message he shared with his 1.3 million followers, that made reference to Conservative leader Boris Johnson, read: "Dark day for minorities in the UK. Especially for British Muslims who watched as a man who said "Islam was the problem," mocked veiled Muslim women, & also turned a blind eye to massive anti-Muslim hatred in his party, was just given a landslide majority by their fellow Britons." ...
More on the 'dark days' for the unfortunate followers of the false god's religion as it gets drawn into a war in the heavens at The News

# Flee from islam - run for your life!

Rocky Horror Time Warp

# Lex121100