One law for all? Not in the UK


Everyone is equal under the law but some are more equal than others in the UK. Islam already has so much influence that UK law in some cases has one law for muslims and one for non-muslims.

Do you think that I am?exaggerating? What if I was to tell you that when muslims actually committed crime (A) in front of the media and multiple witnesses they were not charged let alone punished. In contrast when a non-muslim threatened to do crime (A) on Facebook and then did not do it that they were not only charged but are now ?facing seven long years in prison? Want to learn more?

A British man is facing seven years in prison for threatening in a Facebook post to stand outside a mosque in Scotland and burn an Islamic State terrorist flag, while Muslims in the UK who actually do burn flags of the United States and Israel as well as British soldier remembrance poppies do not face any charges.

Kenneth Meek, 54, of Livingston, West Lothian in Scotland has been charged with one count of using threatening language and two counts of inciting racial hatred after he made a Facebook post last September. It is alleged,?reports the?Scotsman, that Meek posted on Facebook about his intention to go to a mosque in his home-town during Friday prayers and burn the black battle-flag of the Islamic State outside in a protest against Islamic Extremism.

Police Scotland told?Breitbart London?that Meek was arrested on September 15th, which?suggests his own social media post was related to the ?Burn the ISIS Flag Challenge? which was gaining traction at the time.

An?article published in the?Daily Mail?only a week before Meek?s arrest publicised the challenge, with pictures of people from around Britain and the world gathering to burn the ISIS flag. In one photograph, which was captioned as having been taken in London, a large group of people stand around a burning flag in public:


Unlike others who took up the challenge and actually burnt ISIS flags rather than just talking about it on-line, Meek appears to have been singled out for special treatment by Police Scotland because a complaint was made to the force by someone who saw his social media postings.?Further, a number of other groups have engaged in flag burnings in Scotland and England without facing repercussions.

A radical Muslim group led by Anjem Choudary staged a protest outside the United States Embassy in 2012, holding banners that read ?Followers of Mohammed will Conquer America? and ?Put Democracy and Freedom on Death Row?. While?heavily armed police stood only yards away, the rabble burnt Israeli flags and made extremist speeches.

Although the police officers had fire extinguishers to hand, they were not used and no arrests were made.

In Scotland, radical nationalists made a point of burning Union Flags in the run up to the independence referendum last year, and at some demonstrations?Unionists had to be surrounded by police for their own safety, as nationalists became increasingly violent. No arrests, yet presumably engaging in?threatening or abusive enough behaviour to hit the prosecution threshold for section 38 of the?Criminal Justice and Licensing (Scotland) Act 2010, under which Meek has been charged for a Facebook post.

His trial will continue on the 13th of August.