Cops called against UK journalist who noted Pakistani link to sex abuse


Imagine this same scenario in the United States: Let's say the flag of Pakistan is raised over a town in America where hundreds of girls had been corralled into sex gangs run by Pakistani Muslims. They were kidnapped, gang raped, drugged and prostituted.

And let's say Bill O'Reilly of Fox News speaks out against it. Then the police are called to investigate O'Reilly for committing a hate crime for speaking out against this flag-raising idiocy.

That's exactly what has happened in the town of Rochdale in Great Britain. And we are clearly heading that way in the United States as more and more charges of "Islamophobia" and "hate speech" are thrown out. Good for Katie Hopkins for speaking out, even in the face of persecution by the growing pro-Islam forces in the UK.

From the Daily Mail

By Amanda Williams

Katie Hopkins has been reported to police by Labour MP Simon Danczuk over claims she incited racial hatred in tweets linking Pakistani men to the Rochdale child sex abuse scandal. 

Mr Danczuk, who represents the town, has asked the Police Commissioner of Greater Manchester Police, Tony Lloyd, to investigate whether a crime had been committed after comments made by the outspoken TV star on Twitter.

Katie Hopkins has been reported to police by Labour MP Simon Danczuk over claims she incited racial hatred in tweets linking Pakistani men to the Rochdale child sex abuse scandal.

Katie Hopkins has been reported to police by Labour MP Simon Danczuk over claims she incited racial hatred in tweets linking Pakistani men to the Rochdale child sex abuse scandal.

Hopkins sent the tweets after Mr Danczuk attended the raising of a Pakistani flag over the town hall for half an hour on March 23 to mark Pakistan's National Day.

She wrote: 'Raising a Pakistani flag in Rochdale is not helping community cohesion. it is inflammatory. @SimonDanczuk you & your party disgust me.'

Outspoken Hopkins posted a series of messages to her account after the MP tweeted a picture of himself at the event.

In response the controversial columnist sent a picture of eight men convicted of child exploitation offences, asking Mr Danczuk if they were his friends too.

She wrote: 'Are these your friends too ‪@SimonDanczuk? Is this why you are raising the Pakistani flag in Rochdale? 77 years inside.'

'Your Pakistani friends saw young white girls as fair game when they abused them,' she wrote in a separate post. 'Do NOT lecture me on community cohesion fool.'

'Raising a Pakistani flag in Rochdale is not helping community cohesion,' she added in another. 'It is inflammatory. ‪@SimonDanczuk you & your party disgust me.'

Explaining his decision to make the complaint, the MP said it was about the businesswoman 'inciting racial hatred'.

He said: 'The letter is me asking the Police Commissioner to investigate whether a crime has been committed in relation to Katie Hopkins.'

He continued: 'It is not right that somebody who has little to do with Rochdale incited hatred of this kind.

'Rochdale is a very cohesive community - people work well together. 

'Of course there are tensions, like there are in other communities, but people rub together really well and we don't need outsiders like Katie Hopkins to come in and cause trouble just for the sake of causing trouble and creating Sun headlines.'

Mr Danczuk said Rochdale has faced up to the 'heinous crime' of child grooming 'in a way that's managed to keep our communities together'.

He said: 'That's why Katie Hopkins' crass comments are not helpful. They are a clear attempt to divide communities, undo three years of hard work and make an unfair and racist generalisation that anyone of Pakistani origin is a child abuser. 

'To equate the Pakistan flag with child abuse, as she has done on social media over the last week, is absurd and it creates a dangerous environment where extreme intolerance becomes acceptable.

'We have already seen taxi drivers stabbed in the face in race hate attacks and I'm not prepared to allow people like Hopkins, who know nothing about our town, to stir up tensions in such a dangerously provocative way that could lead to innocent people being attacked by extremists. 

'As a result of her comments last week, I have been threatened by extremists and hard right groups have pledged to march on our town. I am a strong supporter of free speech but it has to be responsible - and that's why we have laws to prevent people deliberately provoking hatred of a racial group.'

Ms Hopkins has been contacted for comment.

She also sparked outrage yesterday after being accused of making a Holocaust joke aimed at the wife of Ed Miliband – even though his Jewish parents fled from the Nazis.

The controversial TV pundit faced calls for her arrest after saying the Labour leader could 'gas' his wife Justine in a message on Friday.

She tweeted: 'Pollsters say Justine is the least popular of party wives. He might stick her head in the oven and turn on the gas.'

The outspoken star was then bombarded with hundreds of furious messages condemning her 'vile' tweet, with one saying: 'You really are a deplorable and scummy piece of excrement.' 

She has also courted controversy this week for her comments about the Germanwings disaster.

The TV pundit tweeted saying: 'Sympathy for the co-pilot is making me angry. If you are suicidal, for goodness sake top yourself in private. Attention seeking b******s.'

She followed this up with a number of tweets about depression, including: 'Most depression is just genuine sadness at a social situation. Like being caught in torrential rain with a bag from Primark.'

Meanwhile, Mr Danczuk confessed yesterday to watching pornography. 

The husband of selfie-loving Karen Danczuk was spotted favouriting hard-core porn on Twitter - but blamed it on a fault with his iPhone. 

However, the 48-year-old was unembarrassed about the gaffe. He stressed he does not use porn regularly, but insisted: 'I am a man of the world and it is part of life, many people do.' 


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