Students Ban Hard-Left, ‘Anti-Islamophobia’ Campaigner… For Being ‘Islamophobic’

Britain’s National Union of Students (NUS) is attempting to ban or “no platform” Nick Lowles, a man who has built a career denouncing perceived ‘Islamophobia’, because they say he is ‘Islamophobic’.

Mr. Lowles is the leader of the hard left, foreign-funded Hope Not Hate (HNH) campaign group which claims to “campaign to counter racism and fascism”.

But the very kind of mentality that Mr. Lowles has created on the left of British politics appears to have come back to haunt him – with hard-left students denouncing the group for briefly raising the issue of radical Islam.

  • ontario john

    That’s anti anti-islamophobic!!! Or am I being be anti-anti-anti Islamophobic?

  • Mal

    I admire the economy of them eating their own.

  • roccolore

    Nick Lowles is no leftist. He cheered when Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller were banned.

  • John

    NO sympathies for the guy. He made his living slandering people as racists and xenophobes, and so now he gets to taste his own medicine.

    • UCSPanther

      They have created a monster and now they have no control over it.

    • I love it when the left eats their own.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Hairsplitting ideological differences are what destroyed the Jacobins during the Reign of Terror and continue to do so to the radical left.

    • I am not at all sorry to see this jerk get it on the chin, he is a fatuous little prick along the lines of Morris Dees.

  • pdxnag

    Purifying their ranks, just like ISIS does. How Islamic must you be to not be considered a kafir by your peers, thus at risk of losing your head? No one wants to lose their head so always err on the side of being more pure than your peers. Mmmm. This road always leads toward the holy grail of violent extremism, it is the very process of radicalization – Islamic radicalization.