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Toyin Agbetu admitted that he jumped before being pushed, accusing critics of ‘Afriphobia’ and conspiring with Priti Patel’s Home Office to discredit him and damage the BLM movement because they want dozens of monuments in Britain to be torn down.
The large number of inflammatory public comments made by Agbetu raises serious questions about Khan’s vetting process for members of his 15-member ‘Commission for Diversity in the Public Realm’.
Agbetu was appointed by the Labor mayor of the capital despite the fact that he once confronted the queen at Westminster Abbey, where he was dragged away after shouting “You should be ashamed” to the monarch.
More recently, he publicly despised the Pfizer Covid-19 coup as health chiefs tried to push acceptance among ethnic minorities, sarcastically calling it a “magic vaccine from the Viagra specialists.”
He also accused Diane Abbott of being ‘disloyal to his own community’ and called Lammy a ‘bad example of Africans’, while a Jewish News investigation found that he claimed that Holocaust victims were’ well cared for by Nazi hunters. ‘compared to the African victims of the slave trade.
And today the Hackney activist was forced to resign after a series of damaging stories and pressure from Shaun Bailey, the conservative mayoral candidate for London, who urged Khan to remove him immediately because of his “racist past.” .
Bailey said today: ‘Sadiq Khan’s decision to give Toyin Agbetu a public seat on his statue commission was as disturbing as it was dangerous. His racist past, history of anti-Semitic remarks and anti-vaccine lies were a safety risk for all Londoners. That is why I welcome the news of his resignation ”.
He added: ‘The question arises: if the City Council’ carried out an open and transparent recruitment process’ and if ‘all panel members were evaluated for the position by a review panel’, then why did Toyin Agbetu get the work in the first? site? Either Sadiq Khan is completely unaware of what is going on around him, or he is knowingly hiring people with anti-Semitic and racist views. Then what is?
Toyin Agbetu when he stormed to the front of Westminster Abbey during a service attended by the Queen in 2007), 53, were he yelled at the monarch
The activist also issued harsh criticism of Mr Lammy, Baroness Scotland and Baroness Amos.
Baroness Scotland is the Commonwealth Secretary General and former Attorney General to Gordon Brown, while Baroness Amos served as the British High Commissioner to Australia.
Mr. Agbetu wrote: “Lammy, Amos and Scotland are all bad examples of Africans whose pursuit of influence and status has belittled their duty to human rights, social justice for Africans and opposition to imperialism.”
The activist was previously known for his 2007 outburst in front of the Queen in 2007, when he yelled “You should be ashamed of yourself” during a service at Westminster Abbey.
He also drew criticism for expressing skepticism about the Pfizer vaccine, saying: “We are encouraged to relax our compliance with these relaxed restrictions because apparently a magic bullet is just around the corner from the Viagra specialists.”
In a video recorded in November, he claimed that the Pfizer coup was “ethically wrong” due to a “profit on the government of the people.”
He does not suggest that the vaccine is ineffective, but claimed that too little was known about it for such an optimistic deployment.
Shaun Bailey wrote a letter to Mr. Khan requesting that Mr. Agbetu be removed from his commission.
He said: ‘When he is not comparing the British to the Nazis, Agbetu is questioning the safety of the Pfizer vaccine.
“For the safety of Londoners and the communities you and I come from, you must remove Agbetu from his post and publicly denounce his lies.”
Mr Agbetu accused Diane Abbott of being ‘disloyal to her own community’ in an online blog post
Bailey said this week that he vows to remove Khan’s diversity commission if elected.
She also highlighted how Agbetu once called the Metropolitan Police “institutionally racist” and called the army a “paid militancy” in an article written for her human rights agency Ligali.
A spokesman for the Mayor of London said: ‘Sadiq makes no apologies for acting to ensure that our public life reflects the incredible wealth of diversity of our city and our history.
“We have a basic moral duty to ask ourselves whether it is right for people like slave owners to be disproportionately represented in the public arena.
The City Council conducted an open and transparent recruitment process to form an inclusive and representative board of the Commission for Diversity in the Public Sphere.
‘All panel members were evaluated for the position by a review panel and a decision was made based on what they could bring to the position.
Toyin Agbetu was appointed because of his great experience, knowledge and experience as a social rights activist and in the creation of Ligali, which challenges the misrepresentation of African people and culture in the media. His vast experience will provide a valuable contribution to the Commission ”.
Mr. Agbetu, Ms. Abbott and Mr. Lammy have been contacted for comment.