APPARENTLY: You CAN’T Expose Systematic Islamic RAPE On Social Media

Published on August 2, 2016

Toni Bugle, founder of MARIAS: ‘I think political correctness is being forced on us by our social media.’

Isn’t it great that we have freedom to say whatever we want to? Well, as long as it’s politically correct, of course.

For example, disgust over a Cartoon character stepping on a piece of paper that might have been from the Koran, that’s GOOD!

Bringing attention to the 79-year-old woman raped by a migrant while visiting her sister’s grave, that’s BAD!

Don’t believe it? Read on:

The founder of a support group for victims of Islamic sexual grooming gangs has been banned from Facebook for 30 days after she posted a video calling out the media for focusing on Islamophobia in the wake of a wave of Islamic terrorist attacks.
Toni Bugle, founder of Mothers Against Radical Islam and Sharia (MARIAS) has spent the last few years supporting the victims of Islamic persecution including gay apostates, women fleeing Islamic marriages, and girls dealing with years of abuse by sexual exploitation gangs.

Many of those she talks to have been turned away by social services and local authorities who don’t want to deal with the fall-out from Islamic persecution.

But after she posted a twenty-minute live video to her personal Facebook page last Wednesday she was banned from Facebook for 30 days, she believes following an accusation of Islamophobia.

Watch the Facebook video that got her banned here:

…“I think Facebook is targeting anybody who says anything that may be even remotely derogatory towards Islam. Yet I have myself reported pages where they’ve been defending ISIS [Islamic State]. They’ve been calling for jihad on the West. And I’ve reported it to Facebook and it’s come back ‘this is not in breach of Facebook terms and conditions’.

Bugle says:

“There are a lot of anti-West pages and there are a lot of pages you can go to where there are a lot of extremism and extreme rhetoric – ‘It’s time to wipe the kuffar from the face of the earth’ – that sort of thing. I’ve even reported individual comments and been told ‘these are not in breach the Facebook terms and conditions’.
Read more: Breitbart London

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