November 09, 2018

Count Dankula: Why police involvement in "tasteless" Grenfell Tower joke is "terrifying"

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, I talked to Mark Meechan (aka Count Dankula) about six men in the UK who were charged by the police after making a tasteless joke about the fatal Grenfell Tower fire.

Who better to talk about this than someone who knows what it's like to be prosecuted for a joke?

Watch as Meechan shares what he knows, and what he can surmise, about the case so far and what bothers him most about it.

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commented 2018-11-12 09:11:43 -0500
Every day thousands of Muslims everywhere in the West insult and make threats against the West , Christianity , everything you can think of and not always in Urdu or Arabic . It doesn’t matter what language threats and insults are made in they are still being communicated to millions of people and inspiring them to even worse things . These people really have our authorities hostage and all at our dreadful expense and taking away our freedoms in favour of those that would enslave us at the first chance .
commented 2018-11-12 09:05:38 -0500
You can be sure that those that wore the Bin Laden tee shirts were never prosecuted or even castigated .
commented 2018-11-10 20:39:39 -0500
Geez… You can’t even breathe these days without the coppers trying to blow you away or lock you in a cage, The world has gone absolutely nuts arrested over a Joke what next arrested over a cough or a sneeze in public?
commented 2018-11-10 11:54:19 -0500
Mocking the Grenfell Tower tragedy is not ‘in bad taste" it is repulsive and reprehensible. Glad the police got involved, if only to mind people that "hate speech’ or similar vile videos should not be tolerated.
commented 2018-11-10 02:57:03 -0500
George Orwell’s ‘1984’ is here. The list of so-called ‘hate crimes’ will soon encompass any thought, speech or action that doesn’t conform to that of the cultural Marxist dictatorship being imposed on the West.