July 24, 2017

Muslim Uber Driver Threw Me Out!

Caolan RobertsonArchive

This week I was travelling in an Uber across Central London, when the driver recognised me from The Rebel and my work with Tommy Robinson.

He instantly became abusive and angry, cancelling the trip and demanding I leave the car.

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commented 2017-07-25 11:05:15 -0400
Besides when there is no peaceful religion, Islam happens, has happened. Evil loves a vacuum.
commented 2017-07-25 11:01:46 -0400
To the new disturber troll who has attempted to derail this thread by yet another out of context drawn out, argument about religion …………..Yo Mama https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vY8EReH36A

If you want to talk about religion, Islam is the only ‘religion’ that wants to subjugate or eliminate non believers. Islam is the only ‘religion’ that practices barbaric rituals of torture on their followers, and throws acid in the faces of apostates or their own women when they feel dishonoured by them.
Islam is bad religion. Other religions generally mind their own business and don’t advocate violence and death to those who disagree with them, and so are just dandy religions. The only bad religion is Islam. It needs a special designation, being a mostly political theocracy. Muslims who want to only practice the abrogated verses of Mohammad must break away, speak up and call what they practice something else or for ever be discounted by all sides.
Islam is the only bad religion.
commented 2017-07-25 10:46:35 -0400
So is this Uber driver is suggesting that because of You and Tommy, he and his family are not safe on the streets of London for fear of an acid attack by a ‘radicalized’ white person? Yeah as if that ever happens. Does this taxi driver also do drugs, or was he just dropped on his head? That is what I would call beyond taqiyya.
…and he thinks Majid Nawaz is funded by the Zionists? I guess this taxi driver doesn’t identify as a moderate Muslim.
commented 2017-07-25 10:34:31 -0400
Yvette said, “Talking to someone like that cab driver is like talking to a wall. His ears are plugged & no matter what you say, he will ignore it & call you “a racist” the go to for everything they dislike”

That describes most of he left as well. There is no way to talk reason and facts to most of the left/socialists today because you are a racist/“literally Hitler” if you disagree with them or even if you just happen to be right wing even without having spoken a word.
commented 2017-07-25 01:15:57 -0400
If he’s a practicing Muslim, where’s his beard?
commented 2017-07-25 01:15:02 -0400
Talking to someone like that cab driver is like talking to a wall. His ears are plugged & no matter what you say, he will ignore it & call you “a racist” the go to for everything they dislike. His job is to transport the customer to his/her destination, nothing more, nothing less. He had his horse blinders on & he shouldn’t be in that business in the first place.
commented 2017-07-25 01:03:44 -0400
Adriaan Verhulst, I don’t believe you were there, so you’re not actually an eye witness. So I don’t believe you can assert anything with 100% certainty as to the accuracy of recorded events of the Papacy during, before and immediately after the Protestant Reformation. Everything you believe about that time period is from written records, recorded by someone else, second hand, third hand and fourth hand, etc. So everything you believe, you believe on faith, just as I do. Now I may have an opinion, based on my view of the weight of the evidence, balanced on one side of the scale or the other, but I don’t claim to know with 100% certainty. All I know is what various authors have to say about it, and I believe that’s all you know as well. I don’t necessarily doubt them, but I don’t base my belief system on them either. The only words I don’t question are those contained in the Bible. That’s the only hill I’m prepared to die on, not on the hill of denominational supremacy.
commented 2017-07-25 00:59:17 -0400
Adriaan Verhulst I have another question for you? Jesus quotes the old testament about three hundred times in the new testament. Luther threw out books from the old testament that contain about two hundred of these quotes. So tell me, how come these old testament books are okay for Jesus but not Luther?
commented 2017-07-25 00:52:01 -0400
@ ron joseph
Time to lock & load! … fire at will
commented 2017-07-25 00:50:35 -0400
Adriaan Verhulst I have a question for you. Before 1930 all Christian denominations believed that divorce, abortion, premarital sex, homosexual acts, contraception etc were serious mortal sins. The Catholic church is the only one left that still beleives this. So tell me where in the bible did Jesus say you must follow my teachings but after 1930 years you can change them to suit yourselves.
commented 2017-07-25 00:50:06 -0400
Caolan look on the bright side, at least he did not get a chance to rape you.
commented 2017-07-25 00:49:56 -0400
Adriaan Verhulst – Your mother is irrelevant here! You & your comments are. Your Mommy pooped you out and here we are. What the hell ya gonna do about it?? …crawl back in? Leave your momma where she is. Deal with REALITY now.
Are you Dutch??
commented 2017-07-25 00:49:03 -0400
Adriaan Verhulst your numbers are ludicrous , that many people killed in those days would represent almost 20% of the earths total population being wiped out. Give your head a shake.
commented 2017-07-25 00:36:21 -0400
Imagine being kicked out of a Government licensed cab by a minority in your own country. Time to jail the people that make up the laws and don’t enforce them.
Britain will follow Sweden into the shit- filled sewer called Islam.
commented 2017-07-25 00:35:16 -0400
Mr. Herman should first read Mrs. Nancy Paul’s dishonoring comment about my “mother” before jumping to support. Shame on that lady!
commented 2017-07-25 00:31:28 -0400
Wow ! There are people who post here whom I am very glad do not live next door to me. I’m retired now but as a Paramedic I once took a guy to the hospital wearing a tin foil hat . I honestly think he was talking more coherently than some of the people here. Jeez !
commented 2017-07-25 00:29:58 -0400
Mr. Potvin, The Reformers, their successors, and later Protestant historians never bore false witness regarding the monstrosities and blasphemies of the Papacy. And as I said, Wylie is a good place to start . . . and that will take some effort and time. Everything in the right order . . .
commented 2017-07-25 00:20:21 -0400
Daryl Herman, I appreciate your support.
commented 2017-07-25 00:15:18 -0400
Maurice Potvin, thanks for your excellent post.
commented 2017-07-25 00:13:14 -0400
Nancy Paul -you are not mentally weak!! Adriaan – mite you refrain from belittling our commenters? Nancy & Tammie are part of our treasured commentary.
commented 2017-07-25 00:10:02 -0400
I asked politely already, twice.

I will skip your posts moving forward, given the strange comment about carrying a backpack of sources. I don’t need a backpack, like you, I have a computer. I also have a pretty good memory, and if I need to verify a statistic or some other facts compiled by another person, I check and credit the author of the original material.

Others have also asked you to cite,"The Roman Catholic Church murdered, burned and tortured to death 60 million people between 1200 and 1800 AD. . " You ignored these request too. Anyway, your claim/assertion has no properly cited source….so I call it a BS statement.
commented 2017-07-25 00:09:04 -0400
Adriaan Verhulst, a good place to start is just that…. a good place to START, not a good place to finish. For further reading try 1. “The Myth of Hitler’s Pope” (How Pope Pius XII Rescued Jews from the Nazis) by Rabbi David G. Dalin, 2. “Church of Spies” (The Pope’s Secret War against Hitler) by Mark Riebling, 3. “The Pope’s Jews” (The Vatican’s Secret Plan to Save the Jews from the Nazis) by Gordon Thomas, 4. “Defamation Of Pius XII” by Ralph McInemy, 5. “Pius XII And The Second World War” (According to The Archives of the Vatican) by P. Blet, 6. “Bearing False Witness” (Debunking Centuries of Anti-Catholic History) by Rodney Stark. If you care to embrace a balanced view check out these books as well. I’m not a Catholic. I was born into a Catholic family and was raised as Catholic, but as I studied the Bible I found there were just too many aspects of Catholic doctrine that just couldn’t be reconciled with scripture so I had to leave the Catholic Church. But many of my friends are still Catholic, and they love Jesus with all their hearts. And, although this isn’t a regular part of Catholic vernacular, they’re just as saved as anyone else who loves and serves Jesus. As far as the Jesuits are concerned, they started off as noble missionaries, bringing the message of Jesus and salvation to primitive societies in the Americas and around the world. But somehow in Latin America (Central and South) they latched onto the communist teachings of Antonio Gramsci and tried to combine that with Christianity, something the Pope John Paul II berated them for. He outright told them to repent or their soul would be in danger. However, the current Pope comes from that Latin American Jesuit tradition. But the apostasy of a pope in the end times has been prophesied by Catholic theologians for centuries, most recently by by Bishop Fulton J. Sheen.
commented 2017-07-25 00:03:07 -0400
And, Mrs Nancy Paul, your derogatory comment about my “mother” is below any civility. It would be wiser that you refrain from commenting altogether. Resorting to personal insults is a display of mental weakness.
commented 2017-07-24 23:55:35 -0400
Mrs. Tammie, I do not have to cite sources for all I write or say. So, I “should have” (as you state) nothing! I am not obligated to cite anything. Neither does anyone who just speaks what he or she knows to be true or has learned. Do you carry a backpack of sources wherever you go in case you may have to provide evidence when you open your mouth?

But, having said this, I have no problem providing someone with sources who politely asks.
commented 2017-07-24 23:54:31 -0400
Mrs. Paul, refrain from abusing the holy name of the Lord Jesus Christ. Speaking about “an intelligent debate”, your blurb below does not display any trace of intelligence, I am afraid.
commented 2017-07-24 23:36:00 -0400
No links or sources to support odd assertion made by Adriann Verhulst ""The Roman Catholic Church murdered, burned and tortured to death 60 million people between 1200 and 1800 AD. . "
commented 2017-07-24 23:08:50 -0400
@ Adriaan Verhulst commented 1 hour ago
…The Reformation was God’s blessing on parts of Europe to liberate it from the Papal tyranny.

I believe that is true – but today we are battling both Islamic Jihadists ( and like the “driver” affirmed – Islam & Muslims ARE the same) and the Papal jihad – just need to listen to the POPES edicts about us Christians , Jews & Infidels doing our defense.
Now all you good Catholics – don’t go jihad on me (if you do I’m prepared!) – but listen closely to your Pope – he has betrayed you once again.
commented 2017-07-24 22:59:31 -0400
Still preposterous gibberish. The Vatican is not responsible for the actions of sovereign states or their governments – the fact some fiction writer posing as a historian believes this BS makes it no more credible.

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commented 2017-07-24 22:14:30 -0400
Adriaan Verhulst, now, I am assuming you understand the importance of citing, you should have cited sources in the first place; this gives the reader the opportunity to review article etc…in it’s entirety, and determine if you have omitted facts or caveats. Asking you to cite should not create a problem if your statements are supported by facts…
commented 2017-07-24 21:51:02 -0400
History of Protestantism and History of the Waldenses by J.A. Wylie is a good place to start. Never heard of the infamous Inquisition Mrs Tammie? Never heard of the Jesuit Order?
Let James A. Wylie inform you! And there are many more sources if one would only want to know the truth. The Reformation was God’s blessing on parts of Europe to liberate it from the Papal tyranny.