Western democratic societies are built on an open exchange of ideas. In recent decades, however, all criticism of one particular topic has been so consistently labeled as ‘racism’ or ‘hate’ effectively sabotaging any dialogue on this topic and making it nearly impossible for the truth to emerge. Anne Marie Waters, a British politician, did the unthinkable. She spoke out, publicly, on the topic of Islam, and having started in the liberal Labour Party (UK) is now mischaracterized as belonging to the extreme right.
Beyond Terror addresses Orwellian nature of this problem, laying out the facts about Islam's concerted and shocking efforts to undermine the fabric of Western Civilization, and how this broad movement, affecting every Western nation, is being aided and abetted by liberal political parties. This book seeks not to attack an enemy, rather to inform the populations of nations already under attack, to enable a wider discussion about immigration from the non-Western world, the teachings of the religion of Islam, and the collusion of far-left groups with Islamists and jihadists.
Anne Marie's message is connecting with millions of people. A majority of Europeans expressed, in a 2016 survey, a desire to ban immigration from Muslim societies altogether. And yet leaders and the media in most of these nations ignore those expressing legitimate concerns about Islam as ‘racists’ or ‘bigots’. This book reveals the opposite, that what many oppose is the spread of Islamic subversion of the rights and freedoms of women, in particular, and the societal norm of freedom of expression previously considered sacred in Western nations. Her mission is to engage in public discourse on the future of society to ensure that the rights and freedoms that we, in the West, currently enjoy will be passed on to our children.
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About the Author
Waters was born and raised in Dublin, Ireland, and went to school in Stoneybatter on the Northside of the city. She studied Journalism at Nottingham Trent University in England, graduating in 2003, and gained a Law degree in London
After a decade in the Labour Party Waters joined the UK Independence Party (UKIP). Following Nuttall's resignation as party leader, Waters announced in early July 2017 her intention to stand in the 2017 UKIP leadership election. Waters passed UKIP's vetting procedure on 11 August and was allowed to stand as a leadership candidate.]Eighteen of the party's twenty MEPs said that they would leave the party if she won the leadership. On 29 September 2017, it was announced that Henry Bolton had been elected leader of UKIP. Waters came second with 2,755 votes, a 21.3% share. Waters subsequently left UKIP to form her own party, For Britain, in October 2017.
Founder, Middle East Forum