January 18, 2019

UK: Muslim gang in London attacks gay men — with acid. WATCH what happened next...

Ezra LevantRebel Commander


There’s a gay bar in London, England, in a neighbourhood called Hackney, called the Dalston Superstore. 

But one day a gang of Turkish Muslim men went there in the wee hours of the morning, and as some gay men emerged from the club, this gang jumped them, beat them, and then, when they were down, spraying the gay men in the face and eyes with acid.

(That’s a thing in London. People carrying around acid in bottle to spray at each other. It happens almost every day.)

And in one early report on this crime outside the bar in Hackney, it says:

Scotland Yard are not currently treating the incident as a homophobic attack.

OK, fast forward to today.

Here’s the news after the trial, by the local newspaper, after the convictions and sentencing:

Dalston homophobic ‘acid attack’: Gang of cowardly thugs jailed over ‘truly shocking’ bank holiday assault

Oh, so it was homophobic.

In fact, reading the facts of this case, I don't see how it is any different from a terrorist attack.

One of the attackers was sentenced to 17 years. I know that, like in Canada, that means he’ll be back on the streets in five years. But still — it’s a solid sentence.

But others got far less. A couple of the acid throwers got 14 years. But others were sentenced to 30 months. 27 months. 18 months. (He’ll be out by summertime.) And one man, Turgut Adakan, was sentenced to 18 months, but that was suspended for two years.

As in, no time in jail.

Tommy Robinson got a 13-month sentence for doing journalism — and he served 10 weeks of it in solitary confinement. Turgut Adakan participates in an acid attack and brutal beating outside a gay night club — and he’s told to be on good behaviour.

Now, have you heard of this attack?

If you’re a Canadian or America, I’m sure you haven’t. And if you’re a Brit, I doubt you have either.

The Evening Standard — the national paper that reported on the original crime, and said that Scotland Yard said it was definitely not a homophobic hate crime — they don’t seem to be interested anymore.

Two small local papers — the Hackney Gazette, and its sister paper the Newham Recorder — reported on it, running the same story.

But as I'll show you TONIGHT, not even the Gazette, the local paper, could bring itself to use the word "Islam."

Now, if it were a gang of “alt right” whites, would that make news?

Do you think the BBC would do a work-up on all nine criminals — checking out their Facebook pages, to see what politicians they liked? Do you think there would be debates in Parliament; do you think there would be solidarity banners on the Internet — do you think the Eiffel Tower would be lit up in rainbow colours?

But it’s Islam.

I’m not sure if I’d call this a cover-up. There were arrests and prosecutions and convictions and sentences.

But there was also a lot of silence, and a lot of denial...

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commented 2019-01-18 21:34:04 -0500
I got so mad I posted the wrong section of the act I meant to cite.
Here yah go!
(2.2) For the purposes of this Act, a corporation is controlled by a
person if
(a) securities of the corporation to which are attached more than
50% of the votes that may be cast to elect directors of the
corporation are held, other than by way of security only, by
or for the benefit of that person, and
(b) the votes attached to those securities are sufficient, if
exercised, to elect a majority of the directors of the
corporation.
commented 2019-01-18 21:30:10 -0500
Ezra. There’s a pattern to what Notley is doing. All her biggest critics. All conservatives. It’s blatant. It’s undeniable. Don’t just defend, go on the attack! Use that obvious pattern against her to make the case she’s trying to rig the election. Check Alberta Elections for any breaches. Since when can she start up a mini Alberta Elections of her own that she’s in charge of? Just setting up that department may be unlawful, or a breach of Alberta Elections Act or Breach of Trust.

God she is SUCH a communist. How is this any different from the Chinese silencing journalists, or threatening the Feds over Huawei.
commented 2019-01-18 21:29:20 -0500
Ron Joseph,
They need a case first. Against a gov’t that breaks its own laws.
You really think they’ll hand over a cheque the second they loose a decade from now?
commented 2019-01-18 21:26:59 -0500
We are witnessing the death throws of accidental , failed socialist so called “government” . They won’t even be in power in OUR province by the time this even makes to court . This government has made a lot of Albertan’s life living hell and I think it’s time for some payback . I like a good fight so you definitely have my support . After you win this case The Rebel should sue them for all incured costs of these false accusations and harassment and I’ll even chip in some lawyer $ for that as well .
commented 2019-01-18 21:26:44 -0500
(2.1) For the purposes of this Act,
(a) a corporation is associated with another corporation if one
of them is the subsidiary of the other or both are subsidiaries
of the same corporation or each of them is controlled by the
same person, and
(b) if 2 corporations are associated with the same corporation at
the same time, they are deemed to be associated with each
other.

This is the elections act of Alberta. Known as ELECTION FINANCES AND
CONTRIBUTIONS DISCLOSURE ACT.

The Rebel I believe is a corporation. A corporation is to be treated as a natural person. They’re allowed to accept donations.
What you don’t see in this section is a regulation against a petition. There was no solicitation of votes for Kenney to the best of my knowledge with that Ad. Yes, it needs to go to trial. Any legislation should be tested by a trial or be built on solid case law.
The NDP write laws to cluster fuck everybody but themselves in my opinion. Solicit 50% of the votes? The election has not be cast yet. You cannot be fined for a crime that hasn’t happened yet.
Fuck the NDP.
commented 2019-01-18 21:23:21 -0500
Before I say anything about The Rebel’s case, let me mention Faith Goldy’s case where Rogers or Bell wouldn’t advertise her run for Toronto Mayor. Faith had an open and shut case and lost, for whatever reason. A week later she got a bill for $40,000 in Rogers Court costs. I believe that’s the way it should be, no matter how unjust the verdict was, the loser should pay.

Here is the question, Is The Rebel going to sue for their Court costs?
The reason I ask is just over a year ago,The Rebel sued the guy that punched Sheila or her camera, The Rebel won big time, with the Judge congratulating them, and they lost $33,000 in costs. Quite a win?
My opinion is, not only sue for costs, go for a hundred thousand in damages.
commented 2019-01-18 21:23:11 -0500
It used to be called a… hello call.
commented 2019-01-18 21:21:04 -0500
Adding to my comment below.. It can be as simple as dropping in just to say hello to the Rebel Media… Nothing serious or major.
commented 2019-01-18 21:19:54 -0500
“This will only survive if we pipe up no matter the consequences because some day, our vote won’t count. "

Karen, on this I agree.
commented 2019-01-18 21:17:30 -0500
I guess the burning question is, “What defines a real journalist in Canada?”

Everyone has their own opinion, of course, but what is the legal definition of a journalist in Canada because that is the only definition that matters.
commented 2019-01-18 21:16:31 -0500
Peter Netterville,
Maybe everybody is a little sickening. Doesn’t make what the NDP are doing right. When it boils down to it, Ezra is right most of the time by a large margin. I trust the majority of his morale on camera.
Yes, they’re going after Jason Kenney too but I know Jason has the might to shove Notely into the dirt in the next election. He has the means to an end. That same means could be used against the Rebel too.
This will only survive if we pipe up no matter the consequences because some day, our vote won’t count.
I don’t know how bad it is in BC except what I experience first hand, not through any media.
Alberta has a gift, Ontario has a gift. Canada has a gift we haven’t opened yet.
I can go on but I think that’s enough for now.
commented 2019-01-18 21:14:50 -0500
Maybe President Trump can do an interview of some sorts with the Rebel Media? Since the Rebel Media has integrity.
commented 2019-01-18 21:08:13 -0500
Apparently all the subscribers to The Rebel think The Rebel staff are real journalists. Otherwise why would they subscribe? The subscribers also think The Rebel staff are better journalists than the talking heads on the MSM which a lot of subscribers have abandoned.
commented 2019-01-18 21:05:23 -0500
- Where are the LGBT activists? You oppose same sex marriage & there are demonstrations, calls for you to be fired (or worse), around the clock coverage by the fakestream news media. A gang of Muslims beat up a bunch of gays & squirt acid in their faces & you get silence & they get a slap on the wrist.
commented 2019-01-18 21:01:05 -0500
- Donation made (more to follow), shared the hell out of the video (will be doing more of the same over time). Notley & the NDP are finished in Alberta. Even if they succeed in silencing the Rebel they won’t be able to stop it. That’s why I’m convinced that this is a test run for the Trudeau Liberals. Using the CRTC to regulate the internet will be very unpopular, especially among younger voters. I think they’re exploring their options & using the Alberta election as a test case.
commented 2019-01-18 20:59:14 -0500
Space Moose have you ever given the Rebel even a dime?
commented 2019-01-18 20:58:18 -0500
Maybe I am misunderstanding you, but who are “these people” that sicken you, The Rebel or the NDP?
commented 2019-01-18 20:58:12 -0500
Will any political parties in Alberta stand up for the Rebel?

Notley et al. made that fine relatively low as a bait (a trap), hoping you wouid pay it which, as a precedent, would then set a course of ever increasing fines.
commented 2019-01-18 20:57:13 -0500
I’m not going to watch tonight’s episode that will make me angrier.
I don’t need something else to hate because I know what I love, my democracy.
You just have to think your way out if this one.
commented 2019-01-18 20:54:16 -0500
…and every time we can count on you to mewl about it Space Moose.
commented 2019-01-18 20:53:24 -0500
Peter Netterville,
I’ll mortgage my fucking house against those bastards and do the time.
Its the least my ancestors and children’s future deserve.
Not for Ezra, but for my ancestors and children’s future.
I read the law, I talked to a professional grade spin doctor, these people sicken me. They’d sicken anybody because of their lack of personal respect for them selves or others.
I’m not frightened. But I am overwhelmingly pissed with half a respectable IQ and maybe that’s all you need for now.
commented 2019-01-18 20:51:37 -0500
This gives Mohammad Trudeau another reason to wear his Ramadan socks when he leads the next gay pride parade !
How inclusive !!!
commented 2019-01-18 20:49:13 -0500
If the NDP are able to shut down The Rebel, then it is a sad day for freedom of speech.
commented 2019-01-18 20:47:27 -0500
Karen, you think that your answer might serve to incriminate yourself?

Okay.
commented 2019-01-18 20:44:51 -0500
As for these Islamists, the dhimi press and government know they’ll riot if exposed. And London today will be Toronto tomorrow and Fort Saint John B.C. the day after.
commented 2019-01-18 20:43:10 -0500
Fight Notley and her gang of commie Thugs, Ezra. We’re a free country and these thugs are acting like they’re in Venezuela. I’ll also pitch in and help pay for the lawyer to sock it once again to that vicious hag Notley.
commented 2019-01-18 20:42:21 -0500
Peter Netterville,
I invoke the 5th amendment. In Canada.
commented 2019-01-18 20:29:53 -0500
SPACE MOOSE…..if you think theREBEL is a chronic fund me beggar just get a membership in a political party.
commented 2019-01-18 20:27:26 -0500
Karen, what makes The Rebel “trash news” in your opinion. Do they lie?