The jailing and the reporting ban

The essential thing is not to be waylaid, distracted by irrelevancies.  I’ve read that “he was well aware what he was doing” but I also know that he was set up – the van
was ready and waiting, the judge was waiting, it was all arranged.

For those who do actually care, these are some links:

Brittany’s channel

Under the vid are links to where you can write.

It’s not saying a lot just now, at the time of posting.

With the greatest respect, the key issue is not whether it’s Tommy Robinson or Brittany Pettibone or whoever, it’s not even the set-up which saw it happen. it’s these two things:

1. The PTB have now noted that the tactic does not work in its current form, they’ve noted how the news got out internationally, through whom [including your humble blogger] and that even complying with the ban within the UK, they could not stop the Samizdat.

They’ve noted the speed with which it went viral – once those big American bloggers and tweeters got onto it, the radio hosts – that was the ball game.

They will have to do something Draconian and illegal next time – simultaneous shutdown, explained away as an outage – you know, things break down, don’t they?

2.  The PTB have set up an underclass across nations, people openly communicating with each other – no terrorist cells, these – and many people are onside.  The Italian idiocy by the president was another one which went viral.

They also see that this is like Dunkirk – so many small “boats” conveying data – millions of them, of which we’re but one at this blog – the little people are communicating with each other across the globe.  I’m sure they think they have us covered through work, pensions etc. etc. and can squeeze us but as one of us falls, another takes over.

The potential “sleepers” who will go active must be a worry to the PTB and they note the mood.  They were hoping it would be civil war, at each other’s throats and yet that has not happened – just deep resentment of the PTB themselves.

This weekend just gone was a powerful weekend, the first really open skirmish between us and the PTB … and we are the lawful ones.

18 comments for “The jailing and the reporting ban

  1. james wilson
    May 29, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    You have referenced Zman once or twice. He knows the D.C. swamp creatures at a personal and professional level. The encouraging news is this–they fall between dullards and second raters. That is what I see in your recent events. It’s like a bee hive, each bee knows his place and function, and will defend the hive when it is attacked. But the intelligence that cues it is not theirs, and their masters are making mistakes in judgement because they are so removed from the dirt people and from everything not within their circle. Precisely because they own mass communication, academia, grade schooling, and permanent government, they do not get negative feedback. The result is omnipotent weakness. Over here we are waiting to see if there is an England left in England.

    • May 29, 2018 at 7:32 pm

      Good summary.

    • Errol
      May 29, 2018 at 8:22 pm

      Which is why genuine democracy and significant tax cuts neuter them. Without money to waste, without any power, or power that can be removed at a stroke, they are forced to tow the line.

      When they inevitably complain and lie, they are simply sacked, and have to find work worthy of their abilities: there aren’t that many litter picking jobs.

  2. Mona
    May 29, 2018 at 7:33 pm

    Watched a video little while ago a Times reporter spent some time on the Rotherham child abuse scandals, it is the police they are the problem,, I feel they may have been getting secret access to these young girls. hope i’m wrong but in this life I have found that there are no boundaries to human behaviour.

    • May 29, 2018 at 7:41 pm

      I was reading some reports saying it was the council social services and Plod who were complicit – not all, the bent ones but that it was rampant, moreso than anyone understands.

  3. Errol
    May 29, 2018 at 8:20 pm

    I’m still at a loss as to how he can be charged with breaching an injunction retroactively.

    At the time of arrest [man] was only photographing a public building. As far as I was aware there was not some sort of immunity attached to Muslim paedophile rapists that makes their court appearances any different to any other citizen trial.

    Jeopardise the trial? My foot. It was an excuse for the state to protect their favourite demographic from the public eye, to hide their proclivities and by tacit agreement endorse their abuses.

  4. May 29, 2018 at 9:10 pm

    Just read it – it misses all the key points about political intent, it only covers the letter of the law they used, the pretext.

  5. Pcar
    May 29, 2018 at 11:39 pm

    @James H

    Good article.

    The international humiliation of May’s totalitariaan UK continues

    Fox & Rebel et al too. Great work, thanks to all.

    Putin, Xi, Maduro & Kim will be rofl.

  6. May 30, 2018 at 6:14 am

    Pcar +1. 🙂

    There are many youtubing and tweeting, not all accurate but trying to make sense of what was going on. The good thing is that first guy probably looks at the others too.

    The Rebel made some interesting points.

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