“To share a platform nine times with Suliman Gani, one of the most repellent figures in this country, you don’t do it by accident”

Home Secretary Sajid Javid. Doing the Zac Goldsmith.

 

During London Mayoral Elections “To share a platform nine times with Suliman Gani, one of the most repellent figures in this country, you don’t do it by accident”

The most repellent figure is standing on his right in this picture below.  (a picture he forgot about)

 

For a home secretary to choose these words must be indication of difficult times for his government.

Using the same lines, dismissing MCB with labels as “links with people making extremist remarks”

For a home secretary to choose these words must be indication of difficult times for his government.

 

Home Secretary Sajid Javid goes on to say “I would be very suspicious of anything that they’ve got to say not least because, under the last Labour government – and a policy continued by us – we don’t deal with the MCB.”

“We don’t deal with it because too many of their members have had favourable comments on extremists and that’s not acceptable.”

 

Is  Mr Sajid Javid suggesting they are terrorist? Or have terrorist links?

 

Home Secretary Sajid Javid.  Doing the Zac Goldsmith.  We want to know exactly what is his problem with an inquiry in Tory Party for Racism?