England, totalitarianism, freedom of speech, selective enforcement and relative sentencing

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

One Reply to “England, totalitarianism, freedom of speech, selective enforcement and relative sentencing”

  1. Will someone kindly identify each and every one of the individuals captured in these photos displaying threats on various anti-British/anti-kafir posters which sat through a trial and were sentenced to one year prison – each?
    Name them. I specifically dare Judge Michael Heath to list the names of each and every one of the individuals who were equally sentenced for equally dehumanizing, threatening images.

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