An Englishman has been sentenced to 180 hours of community service for a Facebook post in which he wrote, “Don’t come over to this country and treat it like your own. Britain first.”
He also wrote comments that “concerned Asian women” and were “likely to be offensive to Muslims”.
According to Manchester Evening News, Stephen Bennett “made inflammatory remarks on Greater Manchester Police’s Facebook page”. The remarks were made “response to an appeal for information in a sex case with an Asian suspect.”
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In British news media, “Asians” is a term used to describe men of Arab decent. No longer does “Asian Gang” mean Yakuza.
The report added that Bennett's mother-in-law and sister-in-law are Muslims.
When police showed up at his door during an 8am house call he said, “Is this about that Muslim thing on Facebook? I’m getting locked up for sticking up for my own country.”
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One Muslim witness told police they feared Bennett's “irresponsible’ comments” would “incite hatred”.
The judge agreed and said ‘running the risk of stirring up racial hatred in the present climate’, was ‘very serious’ and played into the hands of 'enemies of this country'.
Bennett was sentenced to 180 hours of unpaid work with the judge adding “your remarks damaged the community in which you live, and it’s the community that you must repay.”
If anyone is playing into the hands of the enemy, it's the judge for seemingly enforcing sharia law with a pro-censorship agenda.