Recently, the news from the UK was that the
regime government would imprison people for terms of up to 15 years for simply viewing what they call ”far-right propaganda” online. I have to say my jaw dropped when I read that, though it should be no surprise.
Now, we read that the UK police arrested ‘at least 3,395 people’ — at least nine people a day — for ‘offensive comments’ online.
“Figures obtained by The Times through the Freedom of Information Act reveal that 3,395 people across 29 forces were arrested last under section 127 of the Communications Act 2003, which makes it illegal to intentionally “cause annoyance, inconvenience or needless anxiety to another”, in 2016.
The true figure is likely to be significantly higher, as thirteen police forces refused to provide the requested information and two did not provide usable data.”
The fact that about half the charges were dropped before being prosecuted is considered an admission that the government is being overzealous and too heavy-handed, but that should not mitigate the disturbing nature of these arrests, and the criminalizing of what should be free speech.
News articles, the link above included, mention that a number of instances of nonwhite ‘hate speech’ against Whites were exempted, with no arrests made in even very high-profile cases of offensive anti-White comments. One recent example:
“Similarly, people who reported mixed race transgender model Munroe Bergdorf for saying “the white race is the most violent and oppressive force of nature on earth” in a segment produced and aired by the publicly-funded BBC — an apparent violation of the laws against ‘inciting racial hatred’ — were met with official indifference.”
The role played by social media, notably Facebook and Twitter, in sicking authorities on those who trespass against holy political correctness, should be noted here. Those platforms should be referred to as arms of the regime, not as benign and supposedly neutral ”social media.”
Political correctness, which is simply a code that is meant to shield nonwhites and non-Christians from criticism or ”offense”, and above all, it’s a way of disarming Whites; it takes away our right to voice our grievances or even to simply speak certain truths.
But it does illustrate plainly where exactly power resides, and it is not amongst White people, especially White males. In Britain it discriminates against indigenous English, Welsh, Scots, and Cornish people, in favor of strangers and invaders.
It is meant to emasculate and disarm Whites, as others have noted as well.
By the way, the source of the title of this post is from The Fox’s Prophecy, supposedly a prediction of England’s future, written in the 19th century:
“The footsteps of th’ invader,
Then England’s shore shall know,
While home-bred traitors give the hand
To England’s every foe.
“Disarmed, before the foreigner,
The knee shall humbly bend,
And yield the treasures that she lacked
The wisdom to defend.”
We in America are proud that we still, as of now, have the right to defend ourselves, and to bear arms; we are not disarmed in the literal sense — though our enemies are still trying — but political correctness has disarmed us to some extent, too. How long before our freedom to speak truth is under attack as it is in the UK?