Three recent convictions in Britain—one for a speech, one for making songs, and another for simply reporting on a Muslim rape gang trial—have revealed the establishment’s growing desperation to violently suppress all dissenting opinion.
Tommy Robinson is arrested for streaming on Facebook during a Muslim rape gang trial in Leeds, England.
Earlier in May, former soldier and “right wing” activist Jeremy Bedford-Turner was jailed for a year after giving a speech in which he called for the “liberation of England from Jewish control,” according to a report in the Forces News newspaper.
Turner’s speech was originally referred to the Crown Prosecution Service, who declined to prosecute him, saying he had not broken any laws.
However, the Jewish lobby in Britain—using the front organization called the “Campaign Against Antisemitism” brought a legal challenge at the High Court and succeeded in launching the prosecution
Then, last week, a woman named Alison Chabloz was convicted of three charges relating to three of her songs at Westminster magistrates court, in another prosecution launched by the “Campaign Against Antisemitism.”
Chabloz’s songs, which were posted to YouTube, included one song describing Auschwitz as “a theme park” and the gas chambers a “proven hoax.”
Adrian Davies, defending, told the court that the outcome would be a landmark one, setting a precedent on the exercise of free speech. He had argued his client did not commit an offence, saying: “It is hard to know what right has been infringed by Miss Chabloz’s singing.”
She defended her work as “satire,” saying many Jewish people found the songs funny. Lyrics included: “Did the Holocaust ever happen? Was it just a bunch of lies? Seems that some intend to pull the wool over our eyes.”
Chabloz was convicted of two counts of “causing an offensive, indecent or menacing message to be sent over a public communications network.” Sentencing is expected later.
Robinson showed the nonwhites entering Leeds Crown Court in a livestream on Facebook, where he was reporting on the case.
After more than an hour of broadcasting, footage showed police officers approaching to arrest him for alleged breach of the peace and incitement.
Robinson was jailed for 13 months for “contempt-of-court.”The three arrests show clearly that the establishment is terrified of any dissenting opinion—and is prepared to use arbitrary arrest and imprisonment to squash any dissenting opinion, while simultaneously claiming to be “defending democracy.”
It is clear to all that “modern democracy” means only freedom of speech to those who support the race-denying establishment—and any others are suppressed with a viciousness which has only been seen in Communist-bloc era times.