#IStandWithBaharMustafa is the big thing in my Twitter feed today. Why? Well, she’s facing charges for her controversial statements over the last couple years. She tweeted out “#killallmen,” among other things. If you’ll recall, she was featured in news reports worldwide for her discriminatory statements about white people. She doubled down on that hateful rhetoric, saying it was impossible to be racist against Caucasians. It’s the same old pablum these braindead idiots repeat time and time again. In case you need a refresher, here you go:
What’s her major malfunction? She hates white men and talks trash about them at every turn, bans them from events, and calls them white trash from her official university Twitter account. If this were any other subset of people on earth, she would be excoriated by the media. Instead, we get gems like this one:
But Scotland Yard today confirmed officers are investigating allegations about her posts on social media.
A spokesman said: “Police received a complaint on 7 May about a racially motivated malicious communication that had been made on a social media account. There have been no arrests and enquiries are continuing.”
All the way back to today’s reports:
Bahar Mustafa, 28, of Edmonton, North London, a welfare and diversity officer at Goldsmiths University, will appear at Bromley Magistrates’ Court on 5 November, police said.
Ms Mustafa will face two charges, one of sending a threatening message between 10 November 2014 and 31 May this year, and one of sending a menacing or offensive message via a public network, between the same dates.
She provoked a backlash after posting a message on Facebook asking white people not to attend an event for black and ethnic minority students in April.
Honestly, I’m not too broken up about a dumb bitch getting her just desserts. I still agree with what Master Milo said earlier. It’s bullshit that people are trying to criminalize language and comedy in particular. On the other hand, the Mustafa crowd are the ones responsible for this sorry state of affairs. So, I don’t feel sorry for this cretin in the least. I don’t stand with the cunt, either. But I do stand against the speech police, and I always will. Speaking of Milo, he here’s an except from his thoughts on the matter:
I think pretty much everyone secretly wants to see Mustafa humiliated for her stupidity and many people want to see her out of her job. Personally, yes, I think she should be fired. She shouldn’t be in a publicly-funded position with a hateful attitude like that. But should she be arrested? No. She’s not a dangerous criminal, just a useful idiot whose head has been filled with progressive claptrap and who doesn’t realise how out of date her cultish ideology is.
Yes, I’m gonna tag this post with the hashtag that’s making the rounds today. Don’t get it twisted, though. I can’t actually back a hypocritical piece of work like this. Do you think she would be out defending Milo or me if we got caught up in the same sort of bullshit? I can tell you for a fact that she would not. Still, I agree with a lot of the sentiments expressed by our side today. I don’t think she should be facing criminal sanction for being a retarded rad fem.
I would wager to guess that most of you feel the same. Do I feel bad about laughing at her supreme misfortune? Hell fucking no. I guess that’s just one of the perks of being a white, heterosexual male. Stay mad, Mustafa. You supported this Orwellian language police state. Now, you’re getting fucked by it. No tears will be shed here at TheRalphRetort headquarters.
Oh, before I go, here’s some select tweets about the situation:
Brendan O'Neill tried to convince #BaharMustafa that free speech is important. She disagreed http://t.co/RoJWuslJY5 pic.twitter.com/9lflmSGoVN
— spiked (@spikedonline) October 6, 2015
#IStandWithBaharMustafa — though I doubt she'd support me if the tables were turned — and point and laugh in her face as I do so.
— HulkLawyerHat (@Popehat) October 6, 2015
— Ethan Ralph (@TheRalphRetort) October 6, 2015
I'm taking to the gin and hope to wake up in a world where Rachel Dolezal isn't "a hero" and #IStandWithBaharMustafa isn't on my Twitter
— Martin Daubney ✌🏻🇬🇧 (@MartinDaubney) October 6, 2015
#IStandWithBaharMustafa & I hope feminists using this tag will also stand with Gregory Alan Elliott. pic.twitter.com/QdpjgK3Ja8
— Gigantic Anime Tiddies (@martian_munk) October 6, 2015
>yfw charged with malicious communication#GamerGate pic.twitter.com/yq3s5xoiC9
— F. D. C. Willard (@Chester_LTP) October 6, 2015