"Conservative" UK Cabinet Minister Wants 15 Years In Jail For Viewing "Far-Right Propaganda"
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While the Brits may have a Constitution, they do not have a First Amendment.

There is thus very good reason to fear legislation announced this week by Amber Rudd, the British Home Secretary — the Attorney General, more or less. This legislation will establish a maximum sentence of 15 years' imprisonment for, and now I shall quote Ms Rudd, for, quote:

those who view despicable terrorist content online, including jihadi websites, far-right propaganda, and bomb-making instructions
See what the lady did there? In among all the blood-curdling stuff about terrorism and bombs, she slipped in "far-right propaganda."

What does that mean? Whatever Ms Rudd and her successors say it means. Given that Ms Rudd is, believe it or not, a member of the Conservative Party and a cabinet officer in a Conservative government, her successors will surely include persons far more dedicated to Cultural Marxism — quite possibly to actual Marxism — than she is.

This is how they operate, the cowards and fools and destroyers of nations. Terrorism is the hook: it is nationalism they truly hate and fear. Ms Rudd, a One Percenter with a full dedication to trans-national globalism, will send you down for fifteen years for reading websites like, to take a random example, VDARE.com.

Britain is lost, gone, a dead place. I don't know how it happened, but I sure am glad I got out of there.

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