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Is Britain really this bad?
Consider the British guy who got fined for teaching his pug the Nazi salute.
A demagogue or rabble-rouser is a leader in a democracy who gains popularity by exploiting prejudice and ignorance among the common people, whipping up the passions of the crowd and shutting down reasoned deliberation
Correction: Somebody correctly bringing light to the unbelievable outbreak of Sex Crimes, committed by one Ethnicity and Religion, which the authorities covered up multiple gangs for years and years.
If you commit a crime for a law the lawyers passed, when you commit that crime your as good as sentenced.
Tommy Robinson Thrown in British Gulag for Over a Year for Filming on StreetMay 25, 2018 Constitutional DrunkPoliticsA English free speech activist has been sentenced to 13 months in jail for filming on a public street in Leeds, Yorkshire, England today.Tommy Robinson, Founder of English Defence League, was arrested outside a court for filming as members of an alleged grooming gang reported to court for trial.“This is where we’re at,” he said. “You’re not even allowed to [speak]. I’m inciting people? “How have I incited people? This is free speech.”Robinson was officially arrested for “suspicion of breaching the peace.”He was then sentenced to 13 months in jail because he was on a suspended sentence.Robinson was given a suspended sentence for contempt of court in May 2017 after he tried to film four Muslim men who were on trial accused of raping a teenage girl. Citizen journalism and freedom of expression are frowned upon in England.He has long documented the savage behavior of Islamic “refugees” who have been brought to the West, and for this he is despised by the leftist British government.“Grooming gangs” as they are called in England are nothing more than child sex trafficking rings. The Orwellian term is used to sanitize the behavior because Muslims are the prime culprits of such activity.In fact, 29 Muslims were part of the trial that Robinson was filming – eight of them named Mohammad, he remarked.Robinson has found support among other free speech activists, including Canadian journalist Lauren Southern:Lauren Southern✔@Lauren_Southern Tommy Robinson has just been sentenced to jail for 13 months. There is a UK reporting ban. No one there is allowed to talk about it. #FreeTommy7:51 AM - May 25, 2018“Tommy Robinson has just been sentenced to jail for 13 months,” she tweeted. “There is a UK reporting ban. No one there is allowed to talk about it.”Southern was recently deported from the U.K. under the National Terrorism Act.“After a brief detention, Southern was given a deportation notice, and as for her reason, the notice stated that she was “involved in the distribution of racist material in Luton,”” Big League Politics reported.Whether Robinson will survive the prison sentence is a serious question. Islamic gangs are prevalent inside British jails, and that could spell trouble for Robinson.“If Tommy is put on a regular prison wing he will not survive,” said British pundit Katie Hopkins. “This is how the British State cleanses those it would prefer silenced. At least the Russians do it in the open.”Katie Hopkins✔@KTHopkins
A British blogger who posted songs on YouTube denying the Holocaust was convicted in London of sending “offensive, indecent or menacing messages.”On Friday, a Westminster Magistrates’ Court judge found Alison Chabloz, 54, guilty of writing, performing and disseminating three songs about Nazi persecution. One was about the young diarist Anne Frank.Chabloz, who claimed in one of her songs that the Holocaust was “just a bunch of lies,” will be sentenced next month.During one session of her trial in January, Chabloz sang along in the courtroom as the judge reviewed the videos of her singing.The Campaign Against Antisemitism watchdog initially brought a private prosecution against Chabloz before the Crown Prosecution Service took over.“This verdict sends a strong message that in Britain, Holocaust denial and antisemitic conspiracy theories will not be tolerated,” said Gideon Falter, the group’s chairman.