Wednesday, April 01, 2015




British TV personality reported to police for 'inciting racial hatred' over tweets linking Pakistani men to Rochdale child sex abuse

The fact that courts and official enquiries have also linked  Pakistani men to Rochdale child sex abuse doesn't matter, of course

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.'

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.

SOURCE

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Foolish Liberals eagerly defend sex offenders and homosexuals.

Anonymous said...

The raising of the Pakistani flag on any British town hall is an insult to all British citizens, especially given the paedophile nature of a large number of Pakistani immigrants.

Anonymous said...

This is a member of the electorate criticising the political activities of a politician.
If this is illegal then England is too far gone to save.

Anonymous said...

It is very wrong that a foreign country's national flag should be flown over a UK town hall, as it implies political support for whatever that country's government is doing, which may be very ambivalent at best.
Just because a large number of the town's current residents were born in that particular country or had ancestors there doesn't make any difference.