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Questions Are A Burden To Others: Answers A Prison For Oneself

Posted: Thu Jul 11, 2019 7:18 am
by mediatechnology
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Questions Are A Burden To Others Answers A Prison For Oneself

Freedom of speech in the UK is officially dead.

Guilty of practicing journalism. Tommy Robinson’s final interview before prison: https://www.infowars.com/exclusive-vide ... re-prison/

Coming soon to Amerika...

Re: Questions Are A Burden To Others: Answers A Prison For Oneself

Posted: Thu Jul 11, 2019 11:31 am
by JR.
I remember that TV show... science fiction has already inspected many modern issues decades ago.

JR

Re: Questions Are A Burden To Others: Answers A Prison For Oneself

Posted: Thu Jul 11, 2019 5:41 pm
by billshurv
Our laws on contempt of court are odd, but he broke them. This is the 5th time he's been to prison for various charges.

Re: Questions Are A Burden To Others: Answers A Prison For Oneself

Posted: Thu Jul 11, 2019 8:39 pm
by mediatechnology
billshurv wrote:
Thu Jul 11, 2019 5:41 pm
Our laws on contempt of court are odd, but he broke them. This is the 5th time he's been to prison for various charges.
The court didn't follow its own laws.
He was denied a trial by jury.
The trial lasted five minutes.
The courts are covering up mass pedophilia in the UK, US and everywhere.

I don't blame Mr. Robinson for wanting to stop young girls from being rapped, killed and cut up into kabobs.
I have a problem with that.
We all should.
Its pure satanic evil.

We are not at the point yet where police will come to your house and threaten you for speaking out against evil.
The UK is at that point: We're right behind.

"A Look Inside Britain's Muslim Sex Grooming Gang Scandal" https://www.americanthinker.com/article ... andal.html

Re: Questions Are A Burden To Others: Answers A Prison For Oneself

Posted: Thu Jul 11, 2019 9:26 pm
by JR.
Oh oh... you made me pay attention... :oops:

Is this about the UK tolerating shariah law in local council courts? Indeed no bueno... :o and not exactly news.

Something in the news that is also no bueno is reports from the aghanistan peace negotiations with the taliban... They promise to preserve "women's rights" cough, within islamic sensibilities or some BS mumbo jumbo like that... in other words, no women's rights.

Not very surprising, Afghanistan was a lost cause decades ago, still is.

There are very different cultures in the world and some are gaining population (power).

Good luck to the meek...

JR

Re: Questions Are A Burden To Others: Answers A Prison For Oneself

Posted: Thu Jul 11, 2019 10:37 pm
by mediatechnology
Sharia law in UK Courts is not the central issue here if one at all.

Industrial-scale pedophilia is being covered up and people are pissed off.
There are world-wide attempts to normalize the behavior and shift the Overton window.
Fortunately its not working.

Re: Questions Are A Burden To Others: Answers A Prison For Oneself

Posted: Fri Jul 12, 2019 8:00 pm
by mediatechnology
Tommy Robinson’s Final Interview Before Court And Prison https://www.newswars.com/exclusive-tomm ... nd-prison/

Tommy Robinson Reportedly Transferred to Prison Described as ‘Jihadi Training Camp’ https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2019/0 ... ning-camp/
Terrorists were said to be “very popular and had enormous influence… treated like celebrities by the other inmates,” and non-Muslims accused of insulting Islam at risk of having their cells broken into and being subject to serious assaults.

The whistleblower said he “watched how prison officers seemingly took no action, leaving new inmates like myself with the impression that the real people in charge were not the warders, but a terrifying group of radical Islamists known as ‘the Brothers’ or ‘the Akhi’, which is Arabic for brother. ”

Speaking to BlazeTV ahead of his sentencing, Robinson said: “I genuinely, hand on heart, I believe I’ll be killed in this prison sentence.”
Independent and citizen journalists threaten a unified narrative.

Re: Questions Are A Burden To Others: Answers A Prison For Oneself

Posted: Sat Jul 13, 2019 6:04 pm
by billshurv
mediatechnology wrote:
Thu Jul 11, 2019 8:39 pm

The court didn't follow its own laws.
He was denied a trial by jury.
The trial lasted five minutes.
The courts are covering up mass pedophilia in the UK, US and everywhere.
You don't get a jury trial for contempt. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-44307037 explains the charge.

Yes all paedophiles and sex traffickers, be they Catholic priests, muslims, polish or any other race or creed should have their balls lopped off and chucked into the deepest dungeon if found guilty. BUT they deserve a fair trail under the law of the country they are in. Jeopardising that is not allowed in the UK. I don't particularly want to see mob rule rife in the streets round here. Justice was served in that trial and 20 men have been sentenced. The ringleader (a sikh) for 18 years. Did the police screw up badly on this one. Hell yes.

Re: Questions Are A Burden To Others: Answers A Prison For Oneself

Posted: Sat Jul 13, 2019 7:59 pm
by mediatechnology
Judge Dame Victoria Sharp said when explaining the decision, that Mr Robinson encouraged "vigilante action" in his Facebook Live. She also said that the video could have "seriously impeded" justice over a sexual grooming gang's trial.

Robinson was originally jailed for 13 months for the offence in May 2018.

But the Court of Appeal said his case hadn't been handled fairly.

Then, the Attorney General Geoffrey Cox - the government's top legal adviser - announced that new proceedings could be brought against him.
So they released him from jail because he had not been treated fairly.

Then he questioned defendants who had already been convicted which gave rise to the new proceedings.
In that case my understanding is that the Court did not post the Reporting Ban and that there wasn't one in effect.
He can't be responsible for violating a ban that doesn't exist or influencing a case that has already been adjudicated.

His questioning of those convicted was no different than the BBC questioning him.
Following the Court's logic shouldn't the BBC reporters be in jail too?

It is also my understanding that violation of a ban, when it does exist, is a civil matter under modern guidelines and that no one has ever been jailed for it.
I've read the guidelines which post-date the 1981 law.

Does so-called "hurt-feelings" of those convicted justify sending Mr. Robinson to a jail where he'll surely be killed?
His questioning of those already convicted is no different than the questioning of him by reporters.

I don't trust the BBC.
They're pedophiles too.

The object is to make everyone afraid to speak out against obvious evil.
Its not working and powerful people are getting really, really scared.
They should be.