Klevius advise to media: Stop your hate speech against Human Rights defenders - and direct it where it belongs, i.e. Saudi islamofascism and religious intolerance against Human Rights!
BBC shouts "islamophobia" together with Jeremy Corbyn and UK parliament. This shouting has only one objective, i.e. to protect muslims from Human Rights scrutiny. In the case of BBC it's protecting Saudi (OIC) sharia islamofascism, and in the case of Corbyn it's anti-Saudi/Israel islam. And in the UK parliament it's a mix of both.
So Klevius inevitable question is: Who defends Human Rights? And stop blabbing "human rights" when you don't really mean it - or actually you mena its very opposite. Or perhaps you need to re-read the anti-fascist Human Rights declaration of 1948. And always remember, 'freedom of religion' doesn't mean a right to rob Human Rights from women and "infidels".
Klevius advise to EU voters: If you don't like Saudi islamofascism - then tell your politician!
By supporting islamofascist sharia you simultaneously oppose Human Rights.
This is why BBC keeps so silent about Saudi based and steered OIC and its discusting sharia declaration that is meant to cover all the world's Sunni muslims - and protect the islamofascist Saudi dictator family.
The EU’s executive commission has adopted last a draft list that adds Saudi Arabia, Panama and small Pacific and Caribbean islands to the existing list of 16 states, which currently includes Iran, Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, Yemen and North Korea.
However, London pushes to take Saudis off EU dirty money blacklist.
"British" policy/politics today means something extremely sinister - and mostly unknown by the "Brits" and EU people in general.
"British" lobbyist are playing faul on the EU contacts that has been built before Brexit.
British Eurasylum who works for EU, proposes immigration into EU on a scale that would equal some 155 million extra people to England.
The EU-funded College of Europe must clarify its financial ties to Saudi Arabia, the chair of a powerful European Parliament (EP) budgetary committee has said.
etc. etc. etc.