The full extent of the new UK police state has been on open display this week. This began with the jailing of Britain First’s leaders Paul Golding and Jayda Fransen after being found guilty of religiously aggravated harassment for their activism during a Muslim gang rape trial in Kent in 2017.
Then we saw anti-Islam activist Tommy Robinson assaulted by Antifa thugs in London and had his friends Austrian identitarian leader Martin Sellner, American YouTuber Brittany Pettibone and Canadian commentator Lauren Southern detained upon entry to the UK and later deported under the Terrorism Act.
The UK government and authorities have made it clear their intention to suppress all speech critical of Islam. It is unclear whether they actually believe that such speech is racist (even though Islam is not a race) or are simply scared of how Muslims in the UK will react if somebody is critical of them and so suppress anything that could potentially offend Muslims and trigger them to commit violence and terrorism.
But it has got even worse by the end of this week. Following Golding and Fransen’s jailing Facebook banned Britain First’s Facebook page which had over 2 million likes, along with their personal Facebook accounts. Facebook claimed Britain First had repeatedly violated its rules designed to stop the incitement of hatred against minority groups.
However this was not Facebook’s decision alone as governments of Europe have been pressuring social media companies to crack down on “extremist” content including that of “far right” groups. British Prime Minister Theresa May welcomed Facebook’s decision to ban Britain First telling Parliament “I hope other companies will follow”. The UK has also become infamous for jailing people who engage in social media trolling.
Now Paul Golding has been bashed no less that a week into his 18 week prison sentence having his nose broken by two inmates at Her Majesty’s Prison Elmley on the Isle of Sheppey. UK Prisons already have a high Muslim population and many feared for Golding’s safety in the UK prison system. Conservative UK commentator Katie Hopkins has criticized prison authorities for allowing the attack to happen.
Prison authorities knew what they were doing 1) Mr Golding should have been in segregation 2) Muslim attackers undoubtedly facilitated by wing staff. 3) opposing views do not justify having your face bashed in at the hands of the Establishment pic.twitter.com/pkQ8NhMeOD
— Katie Hopkins (@KTHopkins) March 16, 2018
At the same time the UK government and authorities are suppressing critics of Islam another Muslim gang child sex abuse scandal has been uncovered, this time in the town of Telford. Victims are estimated to be over 1,000 dating back to the 1980s with sex gangs targeting girls as young as 11 who were drugged, beaten and raped. Again social workers, council staff and law enforcement authorities knew what was going on but were scared of being called racist. The mainstream media describes the gangs as “Asian” which is code for Pakistanis who are Muslim.
This is exactly the same thing that occurred in the Rotherham child sex abuse scandal which was exposed in 2012. Pakistani Muslim gangs engaged in horrific sexual abuse of local girls but the local authorities turned a blind eye for fear of being called racist. One wonders how many other towns these sex gangs are running rampant but its crimes are still being suppressed by politically correct authorities.
The UK is punishing those telling the truth about the Islamisation of the nation, banning anyone from the UK who is critical of Islam while at the same time attempting to cover up for as long as possible the consequences of this Islamisation. The UK has entered an even darker chapter in its history and one is only left to wonder how much more totalitarian its government can get and how many more UK citizens including its children are to suffer under it.