British-born ex-Guantanamo Bay aka America’s Auschwitz prisoner Moazzam Begg says the US president Donald Trump needs to be in Guantanamo Bay for his bigotry toward immigrants especially the Muslims who made great contributions of which the Westerns brag about now (listen to him below).
Speaking from a stage in Parliament Square as part of Saturday’s March Against Racism, Begg referenced a speech by Trump in which he said he would be sending more inmates to the America’s concentration camp on the Cuban mainland which the US got on lease in 1903, but now refuses to hand it back to Cuba.
Begg said: “The rise of the far right and the Nazis and fascists has seen a new wave with the election of Donald Trump, who said when he came to power, ‘I’m going to load up Guantanamo with some bad dudes.”
“So my response is: ‘When are you going there, dude?‘.”
Despite the UK government, all its four major parties, its media and banking institutions are totally controlled by Zionist groups – a 2015 poll showed that Muslims are more loyal to UK than Jews. A recent research shows that young Muslims face the most discrimination on religious and ethnic basis in United Kingdom but a little less in Scotland.
A group belonging to the pro-Israel White racist English Defence League shouted insults at the participants of March Against Racism.
An estimated 30,000 people joined Saturday’s march, which started outside the BBC’s London offices in Portland Place at midday, before moving to Parliament Square at the base of the Palace of Westminster – now famous for scenes of political protest and upheaval.
Anti-racism supporters carrying signs with colorful slogans including Migrants make our NHS and Black Lives Matter led a peaceful, but spirited, course through the fashionable thoroughfares of Regent Street and Haymarket, banging drums and singing songs as they marched.
Labour MP Catherine West said the meeting had been the “worst image in all of the TV coverage this week.”