Watch as Lauren Southern is stopped by police as she attempts to walk in the area surrounding what is reportedly Australia’s largest mosque in Lakemba, Sydney.
The justification given for stopping her is that her presence in the area may provoke violence against her.
This perversion of the rule of law is becoming increasingly common in the West whereby we see a shift in the onus of responsibility for any violence that occurs onto the victim rather than the perpetrator based on the race or creed of the lawbreaker. In Canada, the emergence of race-based policing and the previously unknown charge of “Breach of the Peace” lodged against the lawful to protect them from the lawless, first occurred and was well documented by Gary McHale in Caledonia.
He wrote about his experience of multiple arrests as he tried to peacefully bring awareness to what was happening in the troubled town in a book entitled, “Victory in the No-Go Zone.”
As Gary and his fellow activists in Caledonia predicted, this race-based policing is now being used against critics of Islam who attempt to venture into “sensitive” areas.