Radio Derb Is On The Air: Sentencing Of An English Thought Criminal
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In this week’s broadcast I report sentencing in the case of a U.K. thought criminal:

Back on June 8th Radio Derb updated you on the case of Englishwoman Emma West, who a year and a half previously had been filmed saying rude and unkind things about her fellow passengers on a tram—mainly, complaining in colorful language that they were not English.  Ms. West, we then reported, had pleaded guilty to a “racially aggravated section 5 public order offense” and was awaiting sentencing.

That sentencing has since come down.  For publicly expressing her feelings about the invasion of her country through mass immigration, Ms. West has been given a two year “community order.” She has also had to perform a communist-style self-criticism.

What's a community order?  According to the London probation service website, you have to report to a probation officer, do unpaid “community work,” observe a curfew, submit to mental health treatment, and attend many, many hours of, quote, “Offending Behaviour Programmes”—that is, re-education sessions  to correct your bad thoughts.

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