Terrorist singer back in court

The BBC cannot be prosecuted under Section 127 for SENDING a grossly offensive message over a public communications network because an exemption clause applies to public broadcasting services.

Tax payers funding coverage of an award ceremony, celebrating an album ‘Nothing Great About Britain’?

If it’s that bad, perhaps Slowthai should honour his tribal origins and relocate permanently to be among his own kinfolk?

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This coming Monday September 23rd, I will again be appearing at Chesterfield Magistrates Court for a retroactive breach trial brought against me by the National Probation Service, NPS.

The NPS claims that I breached my Suspended Sentence Prohibited Activity Order – not to post on social media for a year. The ban ended in June.

The NPS will try to persuade District Judge Jonathan Taaffe that my personal website is ‘social media’. During the 12-month ban, I published 50 articles and videos here on my personal website, but disabled all comments, likes, shares, etc. I received no written warning from the NPS during that time, insisting that my website is not ‘social media’ as ‘social media’ requires some form of publicly available interaction, i.e. at least a two-way conversation, which was not the case during the entire period of the ban.

I understand that I was placed retroactively in breach of the PAO because my accusers, militant Zionist NGO and anti free speech ‘charity’, Campaign Against Antisemitism, threatened the NPS with Judicial Review AND that the then Minister of Justice, David Gauke, also applied pressure for me to be retroactively tried.

If I am sentenced to a further prolongation of the PAO, then I will no longer be able to post on Gab, Facebook or even here on my personal website, which is my sole source of income, via your donations. If I am found guilty, then the conditions of my original sentence would be even harsher than they were when my suspended sentence was originally imposed.

ALL FOR SINGING SONGS. 🤡 🌍

If only I’d stood on stage with an effigy of Boris Johnson’s severed head. What on earth was I thinking!

If you’re in the area, do pop by: Tapton Lane, Chesterfield, S41 7TW, UK. It will be an interesting trial during which the authoritarian aims of our puppet government to restrict Internet freedoms will be on full display. Starts 2 pm.

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Following last month’s French refusal of entry, the usual suspects then went after my DonorBox account which was duly suspended. Many thanks to everyone who contacted me with supportive messages. I have since found an alternative donations platform at Ko-Fi. You can find also find the link on the side bar and of course all help is most welcome.

Lastly, apologies for not posting much over the past month. I have been busy rehearsing. Yes! Much fun and amusement in the pipeline, to be announced shortly. In the meantime, here’s a sneak preview.

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2 thoughts on “Terrorist singer back in court

  1. Ciaran Goggins September 20, 2019 / 3:00 pm

    They will probably run with the legal argument (whether valid or not ) that this is a publishing platform, therefore social meejah. Of course, it is counter productive that they didn’t try stopping you earlier. Inadvertently they are making a free speech martyr.

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