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Kevin Carroll backs leader of violent racist campaign against Rohingya Muslims


Bob Pitt of IslamophobiaWatch has flagged a supportive tweet by Kevin Carroll for the violent and racist Burmese Buddhist monk, Ashin Warathu who is wreaking havoc through his 969 movement in Myanmar.

Carroll, along with Tommy Robinson are the same men that Maajid Nawaz and Quilliam Foundation told us have been rehabilitated and are no longer “Islamophobes.”

Kevin Carroll backs leader of violent racist campaign against Rohingya Muslims

Since Stephen Lennon (“Tommy Robinson”) and his cousin Kevin Carroll appeared at a Quilliam press conference last year to announce their resignation from the leadership of the English Defence League, opponents of racism and fascism have concentrated on exposing the fraudulent character of Lennon’s supposed break with extremism.

With “Tommy” now safely locked up, beginning an 18-month prison sentence for his part in a £162,000 mortgage fraud, it is perhaps time to turn our attention to Carroll – who, just like Lennon, was presented by Quilliam as a man that had renounced his far-right, anti-Muslim past.

For anyone who is still stupid or blinkered enough to buy Quilliam’s lies, here from earlier today is Carroll tweeting his support for Ashin Wirathu, the Buddhist monk who has inspired the ongoing genocidal campaign against the Rohingya Muslim community in Myanmar. (The admiration is mutual – last year Wirathu told the Times that his anti-Muslim movement “would like to be like the EDL”.)

Postscript:  It’s worth noting that Carroll’s backing for the anti-Rohingya campaign is nothing new. Here he is in November, retweeting inflammatory propaganda from an anti-Muslim racist posting as “Myanmar Buddhist”:

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    • Mehdi

      Good also exists and can erase evil

    • Friend of Bosnia

      Thanks for your solidarity.

      Well, there is nothing I can do. On this Earth evil outweighs good. I can only thank the All-Merciful that so far I haven’t been touched too much by it…

    • Mehdi

      Not much i can add there…

    • Friend of Bosnia

      I cant respond to the twerps any longer as Balkaninsight has banned me from commenting. But they still provide a platform for anti-Bosnia and anti-Albanian hate speech, Muslim-bashing, Bosniak/Albanian-baiting and war propaganda. They let the backers of Greater Serbia say things that it is forbidden to say about the Jews. And now I can’t even object to it. All that after being on it for almost 20 years now.

    • Seeker

      Yes, it does indeed. But fortunately there are still enough people with sense to look beyond man-made barriers and stand up for a fellow human. Inspite of being ‘programmed’ by the powers that be otherwise. And that is very reassuring.

    • Friend of Bosnia

      And not only of Israel. It’ s incredible what such twerps say to glorify the “Putinization” of Bosnia-Herzegovina, the anti-Rohingya pogroms, anti-Muslim pogroms in India, Sri Lanka and Thailand, the oppression of the Uyghurs, Assad’s genocide against the Syrian people, etc., etc., etc. Their callous inhumanity boggles the mind.

  • Mehdi

    You already do a lot at your level, none of us can solve all of this, and when it comes to those islamophobes, remember that none of them is open to any debate, they just want to mess up your mind, and this is not a pleasure you’re going to give them

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