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Britain First leader mocked on Twitter over “Islamisation” video outside mosque

Britain First leader mocked on Twitter over “Islamisation” video outside mosque

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Thursday October 12 2017

Britain first leader, Paul Golding, known (and jailed) for his ‘mosque invasions’ is at it again.

In August 2016, Paul Golding and his deputy leader, Jayda Fransen, were banned from entering any mosque in England and Wales for three years, but he was arrested only nine days later and imprisoned for eight weeks for doing just that.

Since being released from prison, Golding has continued to harass Muslims, but just outside mosques instead of inside them.

In June, Golding turned up outside East London Mosque, while worshipers were preparing for mid-day prayers and collecting donations for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire. In a video to the group’s supporters he said “This used to be our area, it will be our area once again.”

After the Parsons Green attack, Golding harassed Muslims outside a mosque in South London telling them to “take responsibility for the actions that take place in their name” and that ISIS and Al Qaeda are “Islamic.”

Yesterday, Golding uploaded a video on Twitter with the caption “VIDEO The Islamisation of Britain.” The video footage shows a mosque in Leicester with Muslims standing outside.

 

As always, the good people of Twitter reacted with the humour these kinds of posts deserve.

Some commented on how ‘surprising’ it was to see Muslims outside a mosque. Who would have thought?

 

 

While others commented on his lack of respect for British law.


And others mocked the gullibility of those who believe anything when it comes to so called Islamisation. (Like the people who believed Big Ben was going to be renamed Massive Mohamed.)

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