THE popularity of London Mayor Sadiq Khan is on the wane. Thank goodness. A poll shows him to be just one point ahead of Susan Hill, the Conservatives’ entirely unknown candidate for the job. This is put down to Londoners’ fury over Khan’s ULEZ scheme and its punitive £12.50 a day tax on the poorest for just starting their car. Ms Hill has pledged to scrap the plan.
But what does the man who is determinedly preparing for his third term as Labour mayor, who Piers Morgan still fetes, a man who has the audacity to accuse his opponents of ‘weaponising’ ULEZ, really believe? What sort of man is it that pretends to be so virtuous but lies so easily about the science he commissioned, happily gridlocks the one-time capital of the world, brutally discriminates against the poor with ULEZ and has blithely spent thousands in public money on a drugs legalising jamboree to Colorado?
Finally what type of man can say without batting an eyelid that ‘white families don’t represent real Londoners’?
Paul Weston, an independent social and political commentator, setting out to find out the answer has conducted a no-holds-barred investigation into Khan’s past. The disturbing facts he has uncovered lead him to ask the question: Is London’s Mayor Sadiq Khan an anti-white Islamic extremist?
Whether or not you believe that there is sufficient evidence to warrant such a question, the background to and past of Khan that he’s researched at the least invites the question of what on earth the Labour Party is doing allowing him to stand for a third term as its candidate? How was a man with such contacts ever thought suitable to become an elected representative of an English city and from which he’s catapulted himself into becoming chair of the C40 Cities Scheme, a global network of 100 city mayors who are all promoting the green new world order? Paul Weston’s question is one that everyone throughout the establishment clearly dare not ask but should be.
You can view Part One of Paul’s revelations here:
And Part 2 here: