Sunday, April 24, 2016

Islamic NUS president blames Media for falsehoods regards her....bigotry

(UK) This week the National Union of Students (NUS) set the cat amongst the pigeons by electing 28 year old Algerian  Malia Bouattia, as their new president due to her open hatred for Jews, in fact the following British universities are now voting to leave the NUS due to her appointment: Oxford, Cambridge, Aberystwyth, Manchester, York, Exeter and King's College London.

Well it appears that like all bigots Mizz Bouattia  has decided to play the victim card blames the media ( I wonder if she means the so called “Jewish Media”?)  for the fallout over her presidency.
So the Mizz who came out with:
 The University of Birmingham is something of a Zionist outpost in British Higher Education. It also has the largest JSoc in the country whose leadership is dominated by Zionist activists. Just a month ago the ominous EUMC definition of anti-Semitism was adopted as legislation by the student union and the university’s Friends of Palestine society narrowly avoided severe sanctions after one of our guest speakers made a comparison between Israel and the Nazis.
Is now saying this in which to try and get off the hook:
If the language I have used in the past has been interpreted any other way then let me make this clear – it was never my intention, although my political ideologies and beliefs remain unchanged.
Regards her so called defence of ISIS when she voted against a NUS motion to condemn ISIS claiming it was: “Islamophobic” and “pro USA intervention” She now says:
Two years ago I delayed a National Executive Council motion condemning Isis – but that was because of its wording, not because of its intent. Its language appeared to condemn all Muslims, not just the terror group. Once it was worded correctly I proposed and wholly supported the motion.
Wording? Here is the motion in full:
Iraqi/Kurdish solidarity Proposed: Daniel Cooper
Seconded: Shreya Paudel, Clifford Fleming
 NUS National Executive Committee notes:  
1. The ongoing humanitarian crisis and sectarian polarisation in Iraq – which has resulted in thousands of Yazidi Kurds being massacred.

 NUS NEC believes  
1. That the people of Iraq have suffered for years under the sectarian and brutally repressive dictatorship of Saddam Hussein, the US/UK invasion and occupation, the current sectarian regime linked to both the US and Iran, and now the barbaric repression of the “Islamic State” organisation.
 2. That rape and other forms of sexual violence are being used as weapons against women in IS-occupied areas, while minorities are being ethnically cleansed.

 NUS NEC resolves  
1. To work with the International Students’ Campaign to support Iraqi, Syrian and other international students in the UK affected by this situation.
 2. To campaign in solidarity with the Iraqi people and in particular support the hard-pressed student, workers’ and women’s organisations against all the competing nationalist and religious-right forces.
 3. To support Iraqis trying to bridge the Sunni-Shia divide to fight for equality and democracy, including defence of the rights of the Christian and Yazidi-Kurd minorities.
 4. To condemn the IS and support the Kurdish forces fighting against it, while expressing no confidence or trust in the US military intervention.
 5. Encourage students to boycott anyone found to be funding the IS or supplying them with goods, training, travel or soldiers.
 6. To make contact with Iraqi and Kurdish organisations, in Iraq and in the UK, in order to build solidarity and to support refugees.
 7. To issue a statement on the above basis.
Can anybody see anything hateful against Muslims there?
Mizz Bouattia is your typical bigot who when shown her image in the mirror decides to blame everybody and anybody instead of acknowledging the ugliness shes sees looking back at her. Just look at how she started her reply to the above motion to see what I mean:
The NUS Black Students’ Campaign stands in support of Black communities across the globe and uncompromisingly against imperialism and Western interference which history shows all too often leads to the suffering of Black people.
What the hell has the black communities, black students and black people got to do with refusing to condemn a motion against ISIS. Her reply to the above:
It will in no way pander to Western imperialistic intervention or the demonisation of Muslim peoples.
Makes me ask just what the hell is this stupid person doing living in the UK, surely she would feel safer in a Black or Islamic country?