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Trump feeds Islamophobia to retuitear messages from British ultras

May rejects xenophobic rhetoric and "mistake" the US president to share Britain First's videos

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Trump feeds Islamophobia to retuitear messages from British ultras

Trump's arrival in White House following a campaign marked by racist messages and against Islam was received a year ago as a "victory" by American Cism, who after many years had found a candidate y liked. Just coming to power, he pushed a migratory veto for citizens of several countries, most of m of eminently Muslim population, alleging terrorist threat. And his lukewarmness with Nazis and Ku Klux Klan after racist violence of this summer in Charlottesville (Virginia) aroused stupor. This last episode explores new limits, but reflects a coherence with Trump's trajectory.

VIDEO: Islamist mob pushes teenage boy off roof and beats him to death! Pic.twitter.com/XxtlxNNSiP

— Jayda Fransen (@JaydaBF) November 29, 2017

One of videos, very confusing, that Trump has retuiteado shows how a group of people — one of m carries a flag of ISIS —, which British brand of "Islamist crowd," allegedly pushes a child from top of a roof. In second, a man speaks Arabic while destroying statue of Virgin Mary. In third, titled A Muslim Immigrant tipping a kid with crutches in Holland, a young man strikes violently and for no apparent reason a white boy who wears crutches.

The woman who has published m is vice president of Britain First, Jayda Fransen, who does not hide her Islamophobia, as evidenced by fact that her Twitter profile starts with a tweet fixed with a video of her participation in a demonstration against Muslims in British town of Luton. Fransen, 31, was accused earlier this month of "threatening, abusive or insulting behavior and words" by a speech he uttered in Norrn Ireland. He must appear before a court in Belfast on 14 December to answer for charges.

VIDEO: Muslim destroys a statue of Virgin Mary! Pic.twitter.com/qhkrfQrtjV

— Jayda Fransen (@JaydaBF) November 29, 2017

The coverage that President of United States has given this extremist has left UK gaping. A spokesman for British Prime Minister Theresa May said Trump was "wrong" by sharing those content on her Twitter account. "The British unanimously reject biased rhetoric of extreme right, which is antisis of values that this country represents: decency, tolerance and respect." "It is a mistake that president has done this," y have secured at Downing Street.

VIDEO: Muslim migrant beats up Dutch boy on crutches! Pic.twitter.com/11LgbfFJDq

— Jayda Fransen (@JaydaBF) November 28, 2017

The leader of British Labor, Jeremy Corbyn, also expressed rejection: "I hope our government condemns retuits of Donald Trump's far-right." "They are abominable, dangerous and a threat to our society," he wrote on social network.

The PRESIDENT OF UNITED STATES, DONALD TRUMP, HAS retweeted THREE OF DEPUTY LEADER JAYDA FRANSEN'S TWITTER VIDEOS! DONALD TRUMP HIMSELF has retweeted THESE VIDEOS AND has AROUND 44 MILLION followers! GOD BLESS YOU TRUMP! GOD BLESS AMERICA! OCS @JaydaBF @realDonaldTrump pic.twitter.com/BiQfQkTra9

— Jayda Fransen (@JaydaBF) November 29, 2017

Britain First was sadly present in June last year, shortly before Brexit referendum, when Labour MP Jo Cox was killed by an ultraright-winger who, according to witnesses, shouted name of training, which means "Great Britain" First. " After knowing news, his leader, Paul Gorlding, condemned attack. Months later, a Labour MEP called for Parliament to discuss illegalisation of organization. Brendan Cox, widower of murdered young MP, wrote this Wednesday that "Trump has legitimized far right in his own country, now try to do it in ours." "Spreading hatred has consequences and president should be ashamed of himself."

This Wednesday, flattered by support of most powerful man in world, Fransen has shared dozens of articles on subject. The ' Great Britain First ' with which this group is known coincides with one of great nationalist slogans of Trumpist campaign, "America first". During this campaign n Republican candidate already fed Islamophobia, with phrases like "Islam hates Us"--equating religion to terrorism--or call to ban Muslim entry into United States as prevention against threat Jihadist. These words are now one of tests that are analyzed in courts by migratory veto.

The White House spokesman, Sarah Sanders, has endorsed president's behavior this morning. In statements to a group of journalists, he said question is wher se videos are real, because in that case, " threat is real." "I think president's goal is to promote strong borders and strong national security," he stressed. These words confirm once again that Trump's messages are not a verbal excess, nor a passing occurrence.

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