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Charlotte Littlewood

Charlotte Littlewood
@CharlotteFLit

Nov 25
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When you read this kind of work it is hard to take it seriously so you think to dismiss. This is a mistake. It is tiresome. Boring. But in the world of fake news if you do not rebut the lie it becomes truth. Here are my fave ludicrous moments: thequint.com/voices/opinion…

Muslim influencers - 'Littlewood discusses... positions taken by the influencers, such as being influenced by the D-gang, much of it irrelevant in the present context.' How is the march organisers' link to a global crime syndicate and suspected terrorist irrelevant??
'Littlewood focuses almost exclusively on posts, messages and allegations by the Muslim influencers and other UK Muslims to the near exclusion on those on the Hindu side.' I challenge @The Quint to show me any UK Hindu sm accounts spreading false accusations.
'Cessation of loud Hindu festivities... the next, a post disparaging Hindu festivals, then a tweet complaining about loud Hindu festivals... Similar posts by Hindu groups or individuals critical of Muslims are absent.' Posts about loud Muslim festivals by Hindus? Where?
There is so much more. The main of it though is the absolute inability to accept the evidence and where the evidence is so strong and so damning to class it as 'irrelevant.' It is laughable but sadly one needs to start engaging with the mad as the mad is gaining too much ground.
Charlotte Littlewood

Charlotte Littlewood

@CharlotteFLit
Henry Jackson Research Fellow. Founding Director BTV CIC. PhD candidate. Former Counter Extremism Coordinator for UK gov.
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