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The Todal (07.02.2019, 14:22)
Hahaha.

quote

Dear Supporter,

If Paul is convicted next week for criticising Islamic terrorism, he
will be sent to Maghaberry Prison. Maghaberry Prison is notorious for
violence, paramilitaries and terrorists.

The Belfast Telegraph said: 'Levels of violence and drug abuse within
Northern Ireland's most secure jail remain too high, inspectors have found.'

Another newspaper said: 'Maghaberry Prison holds life prisoners
convicted of the most serious offences including murder as well as
paramilitary inmates.'

The establishment cannot directly hurt or murder Paul, but they can put
him in an environment where we will be hurt or killed. They know
Maghaberry Prison holds dozens of Northern Ireland's most extreme
dissident republican/IRA murderers.

What chance do you think Paul will have in there?

Do you honestly think the establishment care about whether Paul is
killed in an Islamist or IRA dominated prison? They would probably
throw a party at Downing Street and the Home Office!

Paul is depending on you.

Paul needs to raise £8,000 to pay for a barrister to represent him next
Wednesday.

If he can't pay his barrister, they might as well skip the trial and
send him straight to Maghaberry Prison!

After inspecting our records at HQ, here is the present state of play:

Target: £8,000
Raised so far: £1,540
Recommended: Chip in £20

Paul has only five days now to pay this bill.

Imagine if you were in Paul's position right now, wouldn't be nice would
it? Only you can help Paul defeat this criminal attempt to throw him in
prison.

Please chip in with whatever you can, every penny counts. Even £10 or
£5 will make a huge difference:

Yours sincerely,
Britain First HQ
Farmer Giles (07.02.2019, 17:08)
On 07/02/2019 12:22, The Todal wrote:
[..]
> £5 will make a huge difference:
> Yours sincerely,
> Britain First HQ


Why do you think that is a good thing, and what do you believe his
'crime' to be?

I am not a fan of Britain First, but the way that he and Jayda Fransen
have been treated in the last year or two has nothing whatsoever to do
with any concept of justice.
Incubus (07.02.2019, 17:18)
On 2019-02-07, Farmer Giles <giles> wrote:
> On 07/02/2019 12:22, The Todal wrote:
> Why do you think that is a good thing, and what do you believe his
> 'crime' to be?
> I am not a fan of Britain First, but the way that he and Jayda Fransen
> have been treated in the last year or two has nothing whatsoever to do
> with any concept of justice.


I am inclined to agree. I'm not a fan of Tommy Robinson either (his recent
breach of a court order that was intended to ensure a fair trial is a case in
point) but the manner in which the establishment is bringing the full weight of
the criminal justice system and the media to bear against them speaks a very
great deal when you read between the lines. Meanwhile, the media has offered
no criticism of the various grooming gangs or the Police, Social Services, CPS
and fellow journalists who either ignored the issue or actively covered it up.
Farmer Giles (07.02.2019, 17:27)
On 07/02/2019 15:18, Incubus wrote:
> On 2019-02-07, Farmer Giles <giles> wrote:
> I am inclined to agree. I'm not a fan of Tommy Robinson either (his recent
> breach of a court order that was intended to ensure a fair trial is a case in
> point) but the manner in which the establishment is bringing the full weight of
> the criminal justice system and the media to bear against them speaks a very
> great deal when you read between the lines. Meanwhile, the media has offered
> no criticism of the various grooming gangs or the Police, Social Services, CPS
> and fellow journalists who either ignored the issue or actively covered it up.


The media is the enemy, and increasingly so are the politicians and the
so-called forces of law and order.

None of them are friends of the people of Britain.
Incubus (07.02.2019, 17:37)
On 2019-02-07, Farmer Giles <giles> wrote:
> On 07/02/2019 15:18, Incubus wrote:
> The media is the enemy, and increasingly so are the politicians and the
> so-called forces of law and order.
> None of them are friends of the people of Britain.


Indeed, but they seem remarkably friendly with a certain foreign power...
Farmer Giles (07.02.2019, 17:46)
On 07/02/2019 15:37, Incubus wrote:
> On 2019-02-07, Farmer Giles <giles> wrote:
> Indeed, but they seem remarkably friendly with a certain foreign power...


I have no idea who that could possibly be. :-)
GB (07.02.2019, 17:50)
On 07/02/2019 15:27, Farmer Giles wrote:

> The media is the enemy, and increasingly so are the politicians and the
> so-called forces of law and order.
> None of them are friends of the people of Britain.


Do, please, explain that. It appears to be complete rubbish, but there
might be some reasoning behind it.
Shitsack Moishe Goldbergsky (né O'Reilly) (07.02.2019, 17:52)
On Thu, 7 Feb 2019 15:18:23 -0000 (UTC), Incubus
<incubus9536612> wrote:

>On 2019-02-07, Farmer Giles <giles> wrote:
>I am inclined to agree. I'm not a fan of Tommy Robinson either (his recent
>breach of a court order that was intended to ensure a fair trial is a case in
>point) but the manner in which the establishment is bringing the full weight of
>the criminal justice system and the media to bear against them speaks a very
>great deal when you read between the lines. Meanwhile, the media has offered
>no criticism of the various grooming gangs or the Police, Social Services, CPS
>and fellow journalists who either ignored the issue or actively covered it up.


But not covering it up would have been Islamophobic®™. Can't have
that!
Farmer Giles (07.02.2019, 17:55)
On 07/02/2019 15:50, GB wrote:
> On 07/02/2019 15:27, Farmer Giles wrote:
>> The media is the enemy, and increasingly so are the politicians and
>> the so-called forces of law and order.
>> None of them are friends of the people of Britain.

> Do, please, explain that. It appears to be complete rubbish, but there
> might be some reasoning behind it.


Plenty of reasoning, but none of it do I want to waste my time
explaining to the likes of you.
The Peeler (07.02.2019, 18:59)
On Thu, 07 Feb 2019 07:52:15 -0800, serbian bitch Razovic, the resident
psychopath of sci and scj and Usenet's famous sexual cripple, making an ass
of herself as "Shitsack Moishe Goldbergsky (né O'Reilly) ", farted again:

>>the criminal justice system and the media to bear against them speaks a very
>>great deal when you read between the lines. Meanwhile, the media has offered
>>no criticism of the various grooming gangs or the Police, Social Services, CPS
>>and fellow journalists who either ignored the issue or actively covered it up.

> But not covering it up would have been Islamophobic®™. Can't have
> that!


How does that affect a psychopathic swine like you, Razovic?
GB (07.02.2019, 19:47)
On 07/02/2019 15:55, Farmer Giles wrote:
> On 07/02/2019 15:50, GB wrote:
> Plenty of reasoning, but none of it do I want to waste my time
> explaining to the likes of you.


Likes of me?
Shitsack Moishe Goldbergsky (né O'Reilly) (07.02.2019, 19:57)
On Thu, 7 Feb 2019 17:47:44 +0000, jewboi GB (jb)
<NOTsomeone> wrote:

>On 07/02/2019 15:55, Farmer Giles wrote:
>Likes of me?


jews.
The Peeler (07.02.2019, 20:52)
On Thu, 07 Feb 2019 09:57:02 -0800, serbian bitch Razovic, the resident
psychopath of sci and scj and Usenet's famous sexual cripple, making an ass
of herself as "Shitsack Moishe Goldbergsky (né O'Reilly) ", farted again:

>>> Plenty of reasoning, but none of it do I want to waste my time
>>> explaining to the likes of you.

>>Likes of me?

> jews.


Simple unable to get your masters out of your sick head, you clinically
insane psychopathic swine? <BG>
Paul Pot (08.02.2019, 15:59)
Incubus pretended :
> On 2019-02-07, Farmer Giles <giles> wrote:
> I am inclined to agree. I'm not a fan of Tommy Robinson either (his
> recent breach of a court order that was intended to ensure a fair
> trial is a case in point) but the manner in which the establishment
> is bringing the full weight of the criminal justice system and the
> media to bear against them speaks a very great deal when you read
> between the lines. Meanwhile, the media has offered no criticism of
> the various grooming gangs or the Police, Social Services, CPS and
> fellow journalists who either ignored the issue or actively covered
> it up.


Was it a breach of a court order though, he claims to have reported
what the BBC had reported?
R. Mark Clayton (08.02.2019, 20:25)
On Friday, 8 February 2019 13:59:51 UTC, Paul Pot wrote:
> Incubus pretended :
> Was it a breach of a court order though, he claims to have reported
> what the BBC had reported?


That is a defence against a civil libel suit, but not contempt.

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