Over the past few days, seven opinion pieces have been published by lamestream media. With the possible exception of Spiked’s Fraser Myers, all are penned by Jews, with two written by Gideon Falter, chairman of Campaign Against Antisemitism (CAA), the man who originally brought the private criminal prosecution against me which led to last week’s guilty verdict for causing offence by uploading songs to my Tell Me More Lies blog and to YouTube.
Being a writer today can be tough. The Internet has done away with newspapers as we used to know them whilst bloggers sound their own trumpets from their own platforms. Established hacks are obliged to tender begging bowls to keep their jobs and the quality of mainstream journalism is clearly in decline. Print is becoming gradually obsolete as everyone on the planet turns to web-based news and Kindle.
Several months back, I was surprised to receive notification from Facebook that Stephen Applebaum, writer and reviewer for several Jewish publications, had liked one of my posts. At the time, I honestly wondered whether Mr Applebaum had changed his opinion regards my work – after my famous quenelle salute in Edinburgh, I remember sparring with him. Today, following some sterling research carried out by a loyal friend, I realise that Mr Applebaum’s Facebook like must have been in error.
Two happy events this past weekend, one of which was my performance at the First Gathering in Blackpool where I spoke and sang about my persecution at the hands of the UK Jewish lobby and, in particular, so-called charity Campaign Against Antisemitism. Despite atrocious weather, a fair number of patriots braved the elements to lend support to this brand new initiative courtesy of Boadicea Events. Please do give them a like on Facebook. The afternoon’s speeches from some of Britain’s leading nationalists will soon be uploaded to YouTube.
The other happy occurrence was the return, at long last, of my laptop which had been seized by Derbyshire Constabulary almost a year ago. Today, I have been through all the screenshots of tweets sent to me by CAA trolls.
These cyberbullies’ tweets to me over a period of more than 18 months before my arrest last November share the same, evident goal of wanting me silenced and jailed for my opinions. Notably, their aim is clearly to set a legal precedent which will effectively criminalise ‘Holocaust’ revisionism in the UK.
Open, honourable debate is the cornerstone of western democracy. Our right to freedom of expression must be defended to the hilt. These bullies have used every method in their power to try and silence me. So far, they have failed miserably. Indeed, their sordid method of baiting and entrapment via anonymous troll accounts on Twitter has meant my work has achieved unprecedented levels of publicity. If my case proves one thing, it is indeed the overbearing influence of the Jewish lobby on UK authorities and the pressing need to put a stop to this undemocratic and unjust targeting of political dissidents.
Tomorrow, Wednesday October 25th, I shall again be appearing in court for yet another preliminary hearing, the sixth so far. I am counting on as much support as possible. 10 am, Westminster Magistrates Court, Marylebone Road, London. See you there!