UK media personality draws shock, horror, accusations of “Islamophobia” after calling Islam “violent”

Legendary UK media personality Johnny Ball drew “disgust” and the scorn of some audience members who couldn’t bear what he said during his talk about climate change, especially what he said about Islam. Some walked out. What did the 81-year-old star say that was so shocking and offensive? First of all, he denied climate change, but worst of all, he called Islam “violent” and “referred to how Islam’s origins were violent.”

How dare he tell the truth in the UK about Islam, at a “festival of ideas” to boot!

It was absurd enough that audience members walked out over Ball’s obvious statement of truth, but then to make it worse, the venue apologized”

A venue has apologised after a talk by TV’s Johnny Ball turned into a ”s**t show” – including denying climate change and alleged “Islamophobic comments”.

The shock and horror at the truth told by Johnny Ball about Islam, the suppression of the freedom of speech, the advance of Islamization, and the rise of dhimmitude show Britain to be a country under siege by the Sharia. The ongoing state abuse of Tommy Robinson makes the crisis of the U.K. most evident: it is a country that is deteriorating rapidly and becoming a quasi-Islamic state.

Johnny Ball denies climate change and brands Islam violent in bizarre rant,” Mirror Online, July 10, 2019:

A venue has apologised after a talk by TV’s Johnny Ball turned into a ”s**t show” – including denying climate change and alleged ”Islamophobic comments”.

Kids presenter Ball, 81 – father of Strictly: It Takes Two host Zoe Ball – caused some audience members to walk out in disgust after referring to how Islam’s ”origins were violent”.

The 80s star was giving a talk on the history of maths at St George’s Hall on Monday as part of Bristol’s Festival of Ideas.

But some guests have since complained to the venue after Mr Ball went ‘off topic’ and discussed his views which challenged scientific opinion on climate change.

Onlookers claim he put on a mock German accent and called Islam ‘violent’ – something denied by Mr Ball.

St George’s Hall said Mr Ball, 81, has apologised for the inclusion of a section of the talk denying climate change.

They said they were investigating the claims about a reference to Islam, which was made in the context of the history of maths.

Mr Ball vehemently denied the claims of Islamophobia, but stood by the inclusion of a section of the talk dealing with his views on climate change, saying he regretted it.

But he said that he felt he had to do it to counter ‘alarmism’ that is causing children to walk out of school and cities to be occupied by protests…..

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