What are the British Government’s criteria for “acceptable behavior” and “conducive to the public good”?

ByPamela Geller on December 3, 2013
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Above screenshot from exclusion disclosure documents

The British government explicitly stated that I was banned from the UK because my presence was “not conducive to the public good” and that I represented a “threat to security of or society.”

What are the criteria?

Mona Eltahawy is scheduled to speak in the UK here at a women’s conference sponsored by two sharia-compliant media orgs, Reuters and the NY Times. Mona Eltahawy was a stooge for the Islamic supremacists who staged a coup against Mubarak. She supported them until she was sexually attacked in a mass assault by a mob of those supporters and “freedom lovers” in Tahrir Square. She called her attackers beasts, and yet she went ballistic when my ad referred to similar supremacists as savages.

Eltahawy’s lawyer is Hamas’s lawyer. Yes, the designated terrorist group Hamas.

Watch the video below. Mona Eltahawy was arrested after attacking a complete stranger. Now I ask you — is this acceptable behavior and conducive to the public good?

Mona attacks people in the subway.

Is that conducive to the public good?

Mona was arrested for destroying public property and assaulting a fellow human being.

Is that conducive to the public good?

I have never physically attacked anyway in public or private.

I have never been arrested.

I have never destroyed public property.

I have never called for violence or incited others to physically attack anyone.

An unhinged, clearly unbalanced woman attacks a complete stranger because of an ad — and I am the one banned? What’s wrong with this picture?

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Above screenshot from the Home Secretary’s letter to Faith Matters, the Islamic supremacist group that demanded my exclusion.

How is that consistent, Home Secretary?

Who do you think would be a threat to the “security of society”?

Cyrus Vance, Jr., will be speaking at the same conference at which Mona Eltahawy is speaking. Someone ought to warn him — she could snap at any time.

Here is what was included in the basis for my exclusion. Look at these bloody cowards.

The “subject” below is Pamela Geller. The complete docs are on scribd here: part one and part two.

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  • Bleeping Bobby

    Dear Pamela, as long as muslims are participants in political life and will keep infiltrating state office functions or in any other way through even populational pressure like (protests and violence) you have to attack this problem. Bring light on those in british government who banned you…AND PLEASE TAKE THIS PATH I GIVE YOU IN INVESTIGATION- INVESTORS IN GREAT BRITAIN-ARAB INVESTORS IN FOOTBALL(SOCCER) -PREMIER LEAGUE CLUBS, even the most “unwanted” effects created by arabs in sports by giving a plus of a too positive image towards muslims in general. TAKE THE WHOLE EUROPE ARAB INVESTORS IN SPORTS LIKE FOOTBALL. REAL MADRID, BARCELONA, PSG, MANCHESTER CITY, ETC. DO I NEED MORE TO SAY WHY WE DIDN’T GO FROM OIL TO CLEAN ENERGY ?!