UK Public Broadcaster deletes video on ‘progressive’ Muslim women after main guest turns out to be hate preacher
There is a lot in the clip embedded here that is worth discussing. But the focus will be on the fourth woman to introduce herself: Nadia Chan, Master of Law and a
contradiction in terms self-proclaimed anti-colonialist Islamist.
Soon after British Public Broadcaster Channel 4 put this interview with ‘progressive’ Muslims online, Twitter started to delve into the background of Chan, and what they – quite easily – found, was rather unsettling. On Twitter, Chan was found to have made a plethora of anti-white, anti-semitic anti-Western and blatantly violent remarks (see below).
Following the upheaval, Channel 4 apparently decided it was best to just remove the item completely, thinking the internet would forget about it. The url on the Channel 4 website is no longer working, just as their Facebook and Twitter post. The Channel 4 item was presented by reporter Assed Baig, who was priorly reprimanded for calling Muslims “sell outs and Uncle Toms” for attending UK government iftars.
— Katie Hopkins (@KTHopkins) August 29, 2017
— Jack Montgomery ن (@JackBMontgomery) August 28, 2017
But the best source of information on Chan was one Twitter user, “uberfeminist,” who went to work on Chan in the following thread:
— uberfeminist (@uberfeminist) August 27, 2017
In a United Kingdom that is toughening up on ‘hate speech’, how is it possible that someone with these kinds of ideas is given access to a UK Public Service Broadcaster? It’s not like her views, and her qualification of, for example, the Irish as parasites, were hard to find. She even self-identifies as ‘Islamist‘ in the interview itself. Why was she invited? And more importantly, why isn’t she being charged with hate crimes?