December 18, 2018

UK: Five years in prison for having a Nazi swastika pillow? “I’ve seen rapists get less jail time”

Rebel Staff

I think it goes without saying that I don’t like Nazis. I’m a Jew, and they’d kill me; they tried to kill off my tribe and wiped out six million of us.

But put aside my own ethnicity — Nazis were totalitarian brutes, they were dictators, they destroyed civil liberties and life. Anyone would hate them.

But I’m of the belief that there really aren’t a lot of real Nazis in the world. There are racist groups, of course. And there are Muslim extremists who use Nazi symbology.

But if someone claims to be a Nazi, unless they are 90 years old and sneaked into the country after the war, it’s probably either a police informant, or people just doing it to be shocking.

Or because they are Muslim anti-Semites. ISIS, Al Qaida. When the British intelligence services says there are 23,000 Muslim terrorist suspects in the United Kingdom, 3,000 of whom are so dangerous that they need to be monitored full time, I’m not too worried about the kid who spray paints a swastika.

Which brings me to this news item I saw this morning. It’s a tweet from the Crown Prosecution Service in the UK:

Six people, including a couple, who were active members of a banned neo-Nazi group that glorified Hitler and the Third Reich have been jailed today. PHOTO: Adam Thomas posing with a machete and cushions found in the home he shared with Claudia Patatas.

I’m pretty attuned to political shenanigans in the UK, as I’ve gotten to know Tommy Robinson and the problems there. Lots of Muslim terrorism; lots of acid attacks and knife crime. London is now more dangerous than New York City. But I hadn’t heard of Nazi crime.

Now, to be fair, one of these people had a terrorist manual on their laptop. But in one year alone, 55,000 Muslims in the UK downloaded Al Qaida’s magazine, Inspire, which had all sorts of terrorist plans.

Which, I think, is why the police went after the Nazis. There’s just a handful of them, and from what I can tell, they hadn’t actually done anything violent.

Let me read some more:

“These members continued to believe in its racist neo-Nazi worldview, remained in contact on encrypted messaging apps, and organised meetings to keep the group going.”

You know what? I don’t think they have stopped believing in their racist worldview. I don’t think putting them in prison for five or six years each will likely change that. Because that's what some of them are being sentenced to.

Hey, remember that massive Muslim rape gang that Tommy Robinson was put in jail for reporting about? They were all convicted. They raped 15 different girls — actually, that’s how many they were convicted of raping; the actual number was surely far higher. These girls were girls, kids, a young as 11. They didn’t just rape them once — they turned them into rape slaves.

One girl literally jumped off a balcony to hospitalize herself so she wouldn’t have to be raped anymore. That’s how brutal these men were. I’d call them Nazi-like in their evil.

And — some of the got sentence of 15 years or so. But some of them got eight years.

So, glorify Nazism, get six years in prison. Rape children for years — eight years in prison.

I don't like these people. But every minute and every dollar the UK spends going after them is a minute and a dollar they’e not spending going after the real Nazis of the day...

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commented 2018-12-20 17:25:20 -0500
Why 1.4 billion additional transfers to Quebec? Election coming in a year. Ducks getting set in a row: buying off the media and the CBC, planning on giving illegal and “refugees” the vote, et cetera.

Liberals lost the prairies and most of the maritimes so buying off QC is an easy decision.

BTW, if QC gets $1.4 billion more, is this a permanent increase?
commented 2018-12-20 17:21:52 -0500
It seems to me that arresting neo-Nazis makes a feel good story. No doubt they are nasty characters but it makes good headlines….convinces the masses we are looking after you and Nazis are the real threat to society. But arrest just one of the 55,000 potential jihadists who downloaded ISIS inspire rag and you will have protests from the other 54,999 and all hell will break loose. This is why they go after Tommy. Better to go after the one then the thousands who will back each other up. This is why it is important to let Tommy know he is not alone anymore. Silence the one and make sure the public knows it was the “bad” one and now they are safe.
commented 2018-12-20 17:06:51 -0500
Quebec is sitting on 17 trillion cubic metres of natural gas and refuses to extract it. Something about fracking and not wanting to share profits with the rest of the country. Hey, guess who benefits the most from transfer payments?

As for the Nazis, in high school there was a German kid who praised Hitler all the time. Half of the championship football teem was made up of Jews, along with an Italian who went on to the CFL (Grey Cup rings), and WASPS, all didn’t appreciate his racist comments. Eventually he slithered back under his rock. No one hit him. He was just made to be extremely nervous, if not terrified. I used to feel sorry for the way he was being treated but then I heard the hate coming from his mouth. No pity. I could only imagine what his parents were like.
commented 2018-12-20 00:26:14 -0500
Last thing to all trolls that pick on me on this web site.
I was responsible for several riots against just me in elementary & junior high school. A dozen, give or take. I was often separated from every other kid for my safety.
As if I cared! That’s what kinda mouth I have. A genuinely arrogant one 😳😈👍😝.
That’s enough disclosure.
commented 2018-12-19 16:26:03 -0500
I call bupkis.
What kind of vehicles are being purchased?
Are there rebates for hybrid vehicles?
What kind of subsidities do they want to develop their own oil if any?
Carbon taxes increased in one of the most taxed provinces in Canada.
Hydro electric power still isn’t nuclear power in wanting environmentally friendly energy and the damage it does to natural water landscapes is huge. So, them not wanting to build coal plants isn’t a strong support of fossil fuels despite how much fossil fuels are consumed by hydro-electric energy.
Sure, they want a pipeline. So did Christie Clark and she had her terms.
I’m not buying Quebec won’t have its hand out yet again.
Its scarred by Lac Megantic and who isn’t? One of the most terrible accidents in Canadian history.
But there is always a toll to pay in Quebec. Even if they so called develop their own fossil fuels. They’ll bloody riot because there are no property rights to natural resources in Canada.
commented 2018-12-19 13:31:04 -0500
On a lighter note.
Mr. Levant told a touching story of imitation racism from the 4th grade?
I’m from a Liberal province and guess what they do when faced with racism & cornered?
There is an urban legend of a kid with a mouth about that age that pissed off some older kids at the grocery store. They chased him up the tree and tried to shake him out. At that time the kid saw fitting to whip out his pecker and piss on them. They didn’t pick on him again.
In a racist province, I was called just about everything in Elementary school. “Nigger”, “Ingune”, “Coon” etc.
One day at about that age, I was cornered by 3 bullies. About 7 kid spectators were there. What did I do? I lifted my nose & exploded a snot bomb of epic proportions on everyone there. I must of had litres of snot in there from a cold. No one was spared. Not even the spectators in the back & far sides.
If you get cornered by a Liberal or a racist, they will only back off if you fight a little dirty but fair.
So goes with snowflakes & politics.
Lighten up.
commented 2018-12-19 12:59:26 -0500
Hi Ron, I don’t know much about Forum and you could well be right. What I do know is that they didn’t fall for the fake Horwath minority government schtick being trumpeted by many pollsters and the Left Stream media. I don’t trust any of the polling companies with the exception of Rasmussan which seems pretty accurate. In the Rebels on Twitter Section Ezra is quoting a poll showing that the Tater Tot has a 58% disapproval rating. This would provide some corroboration to Forum.
I think Ford Nation is wise to the Green Meanie Liberals. Remember, it was failed Dalton McGuinty advisor PM Butts who brought forth the disastrous Green Energy Act. I Ford Nation will make the connection, plus they just hate new taxes.
commented 2018-12-19 12:56:18 -0500
Ron Joseph-
The Hydro Electric energy still requires more oil to function than nuclear in Ontario.
Guess how many barrels that translates too.
Also Ontario is the greatest trade partner with the USA in terms of fuel if I am interpreting this site correctly.
The Forum Polls are like gossip columnists and asked shallow questions which is a poor predictor of a potential winner.
commented 2018-12-19 12:23:48 -0500
ROBERT MCCLELLEND….Excellent post 5hr ago; unfortunately there are 2 or 3 question marks.
Your polling company has a terrible name, numerous experts since 2013 have called Forum Research more of a Trolling Company than a Polling Company. They poll rich men who are typically Conservative, they use fundraising totals to judge a Party and there is no proven connection with fundraising and winning and losing. Look at the different dollars between the Hillary and Trump campaigns, and still Hillary lost. They have also been known to poll the same individuals 6 times on the same day.

The last poll I saw, the two Parties were within 1 point.

You are correct that Ford Nation is strong Provincially, but does that transfer over to a love of Scheer Federally?

Apparently Alberta already has a pipeline to Ford Nation, the problem is through Quebec, a place that probably has the best Hydro Electric Reserves in the World. The spat started the other day when the Quebec Premier said he didn’t want Alberta’s dirty energy when Quebec has unlimited clean energy. A result of the Premier’s bad English, it sounded like he was calling Alberta Oil dirty while he was calling all Oil dirty compared to his clean energy.

By the way, you seem impressed that Forum called the last Ontario Election; a fence post could have predicted that Wynne was a dead woman walking, just like Notley.
commented 2018-12-19 12:07:08 -0500
Lastly, Ron Joseph and Liza Rosie,
If you insisst on slotting me somewhere… You can say my sympathies lie with old stock Reformers. I know a few and love & admire them greatly above all else in politics.
Their beliefs is something I aspire to mimic.
commented 2018-12-19 11:10:42 -0500
Ron Joseph-
Here is another fact.
Scheer is dominating Quebec, not Bernier.
Your just so in love with Bernier you can’t see the forrest from the trees.
Grow up and snap out of it. You look foolish. If the Quebecers vote for dairy cartel Scheer, they are still demanding payment.
F’ing embarrassment.
commented 2018-12-19 09:10:23 -0500
Ron Joseph-
If Quebecers aren’t all like that, they’re responsible for the majority that voted the ones in that do.
That’s a fact, not a feeling.
I’m irritated people sell out on values to gain power. It happens all the time.
I’m not infatuated by Scheer. You’re trying to make up my feelings that aren’t there.
All the seats in the world don’t matter if you sell out a reality to gain power and that makes you no better than Scheer.
That’s how the Left’s corruption infiltrates the Right’s virtues.
commented 2018-12-19 07:07:38 -0500
Did anybody else notice the guy in the photo to the article has slanted eyes, like he could be half chinese or japanese??? Wouldn’t that just make this even funnier
commented 2018-12-19 06:13:30 -0500
I see things this way.
PM Butts and his stooge know that they are toast in Alberta. Good old Gerry also knows that the pur laine of Quebec are dead set against mass migration. So why not set up a pissing contest between Alberta and Quebec to shore up Liberal votes in Quebec?
It is a dubious strategy, as my hunch is the average Quebecois really doesn’t know much or care much about where his oil comes from, just as long as he gets it. Also Quebecers are angrier about mass migration than they are about Nensi getting booed for speaking French at the Calgary protest.
Alberta need not leave Canada to get their oil to tidewater. Doug Ford and Ford Nation are behind pipelines. Last time I checked Ontario had 95 seats in the Commons as opposed to Quebec’s 75.
Newfoundland is an oil producing province and can’t be pleased with our fossil fuel hating PM. I think the Liberals will lose seats there.
In New Brunswick there is now a Conservative provincial government and there are people in New Brunswick who realize that they too got the shaft when the Dear Leader administered the coup de gras to the Energy East pipeline, sounds like a loser to me.
All I am sayin’ is that there is an election coming and things aren’t looking that rosy for PM Butts and son. The last Forum Research poll showed 43 per cent support for the Tories and a majority government for Scheer. Note that Forum Research called the last Ontario election correctly.
commented 2018-12-19 03:49:15 -0500
But the flag f the USSR is fine to these hypocrites.
commented 2018-12-19 02:05:56 -0500
William Kay…."Hopefully it will not come to that but does discussing the potentiality put one across the line? "

Quebec cleared the way, if it was legal for Quebec to separate, it should be legal for Alberta to leave, therefore it is legal to plan it.
commented 2018-12-19 01:54:44 -0500
KAREN MACLEOD…..Were you interviewed by Dr. Jordon Peterson ? He said that many women argue with their feelings and not the facts.
Just because one or two Quebec Politicians (Father & Son) are complete Goofs that hurt our Country, it doesn’t mean they are all like that.

Quebec does receive special attention only because they have 75 seats, more than BC, Alberta, Sask. and Manitoba put together. If Alberta had 75 seats, they would have multiple pipelines headed through all 4 of their borders.

What chance does a change of Govt have without Quebec; you see Menzies interview those ignorant Ontario University children, all they know is Trudeau and their new right to smoke weed. Ontario is brainwashed by Trudeau’s Paid for MSM .

Why are you infatuated with Scheer?
commented 2018-12-19 01:49:09 -0500
The balcony should be the new symbol used to speak out against radical Islam.
commented 2018-12-19 01:13:00 -0500
It is encouraging to see all this pro-Western separatist commentary. I am down for this 101%.
On today’s topic. No one was jailed for a pillow case. They were jailed because they were conscious, active members in a proscribed terrorist organisation. National Action had made repeated, explicit threats against groups and individuals; they had committed assaults; and they called for armed insurrection. That said, I still think the sentences were far too harsh.
This is dangerous territory for all of us. Some scenarios of the path to Western Independence involve a civil war with Ottawa. Hopefully it will not come to that but does discussing the potentiality put one across the line?
commented 2018-12-19 00:55:28 -0500
Funny how, in pursuit of Nazis, the start becoming Nazis. The Left get curioser and curioser every day.
commented 2018-12-19 00:53:43 -0500
DON ARMITAGE commented 3 hours ago
I was living in the Olds-Didsbury constiuency in 1982 when we elected Gordon Kesler of the Western Canada Concept Party in a byelection. His campaign slogan was “Send a Message to Ottawa”. Ottawa needs to be sent a lot stronger message. I really hope western separation catches fire
The best message would be, “The Republic of Western Canada”. Or better yet, Assiniboia as it was in days of yore:

The District of Assiniboia was a name used to describe the Red River Colony, mainly for official purposes, between 1812 and 1869. Nominally the district included all of the territory granted in the Selkirk Concession, however much of this was ceded to the United States in 1818 (from the Treaty of 1818) and in 1838 the district was redefined as the circular region within 50 miles of Fort Garry, which was the junction of the Red and Assiniboine rivers.1 The actual area of settlement, centered at present-day Winnipeg, was limited to the Red River valley between Lower Fort Garry and Pembina, North Dakota, and the Assiniboine River valley between Winnipeg and Portage la Prairie, Manitoba. The District was governed by a Hudson’s Bay Company-appointed Governor of Assiniboia, who was advised by members of the Council of Assiniboia.[citation needed]

In 1869 Rupert’s Land, including the District of Assiniboia, was transferred to Canada without consultation of the residents of the settlement. This, and the arrival of Canadian surveyors, led to the Red River Rebellion, in which a Provisional Government and Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia was established by Métis leader Louis Riel to negotiate the admission of the District as a province of Canada.

The original proposal, which suggested that the new province consist of all of the fertile belt between Winnipeg and British Columbia, was rejected by the Canadian federal government

as it conflicted with their plans to manage the settlement of the Northwest Territories directly. As a compromise, a small part of the district, consisting mainly of the settled areas, was admitted to Canada as the Province of Manitoba in 1870 though the federal government retained control of crown land and natural resources until 1930. In some accounts of the history of Manitoba, the term Old Assiniboia is used to describe the pre-1870 settlement, though the terms Red River Colony, Red River Settlement and Selkirk Settlement are more common.

The (Second) District of Assiniboia was later created (1882) as a regional administrative district of Canada’s North-West Territories.2 Most of it was absorbed into the Province of Saskatchewan in 1905, except for the westernmost quarter, which became part of Alberta.

Between 1876 and 1883, Battleford was the territorial capital of the North-West Territories. The territorial capital was moved to Regina, also located in Assiniboia, in 1883, and on the formation of the province of Saskatchewan in 1905, Regina became the capital of the province.

Screwed by the Feds way back then, Nothing has changed. Time to level the playing field. Assiniboia wants out!
commented 2018-12-19 00:33:08 -0500
Go back to hittin’ on Ezra, Liza Rosie.
Its the only sleazy thing you can do without anybody wanting to stop you over.
Except me.
Maybe one other guy or girl I like that hangs cabinets. But, that’s a far shot.
Your venom is so gross. I think we’re just better off ignoring you.
commented 2018-12-19 00:25:36 -0500
Liza Rosie,
The PPC has some good people in it. And some bad people driving it.
Do carry on.
commented 2018-12-19 00:17:58 -0500
If anyone had any doubts…..
“or the leader of a right wing insurgency that took advantage of populism.”
What demented comparisons.
Do carry on.
commented 2018-12-19 00:05:58 -0500
Ron Joseph-
Another issue that arises time & time again between Trudeau and Bernier is who is more of a Hitler fan.
The son of an asshole that shares a fettish for Nazi costumes or the leader of a right wing insurgency that took advantage of populism.
Think long and hard about that comparrison.
How anybody can be a fan of Hitler is beyond me. Why everybody is desperate to capitalize off of anger through “perfection” is crazy.
Hitler keeps being reborn in one way or another. Just like the backwards swastika promised.
Flow of negative rebirth in all things according to Buddhists & Hindus.
Its sad people thrive off it.
commented 2018-12-18 23:53:48 -0500
Bernier speaks for me and for the problem.
commented 2018-12-18 23:51:59 -0500
Ron Joseph, absolutely.
commented 2018-12-18 23:49:53 -0500
Ron Joseph,
Quebec needs Canada. That’s the issue. Yellow vests for a problem they raised.
Trudeau is a problem and Bernier is a problem. Both tug on our heart strings but lack capability because of a silver spoon, laziness & arrogance. They don’t speak for the people but they speak to the problem.
Quebec must hate itself more than Ottawa feels entitled if it demands its attention through its charity.
Get over it. Stop genuflecting then blaming snowflakes for virtue signalling.
commented 2018-12-18 23:37:51 -0500
If there is any hope of getting rid of Trudeau, we will need Quebec. I lived there, and they are the type who will be the first to put on the yellow vest, big time.

Here is a message from Bernier telling French TV (Popular Station) that their Premier insulted Alberta, and the people are wrong to follow his policy.
I couldn’t copy it all and there was no link.
Dear ron,
Last week I was on TVA, (the largest TV channel in Quebec.)
They asked me about the Energy East pipeline.
I said I supported it.
I said it was in Canada’s economic interests. I said it was in Quebec’s interests, too — pipelines are safer than the alternative, which is rail cars.
But then they asked me: would you use the Constitution to impose the pipeline on Quebec, if necessary?
Watch this video clip (with English subtitles) to see how I answered:

If you like someone who will passionately fight for pipelines in the heart of Quebec, in the French language, please consider joining our new party, by clicking here.
Yours truly,
Maxime Bernier, MP
People’s Party of Canada
P.S. I believe that the problem in Canada isn’t Quebec — it’s Ottawa. I promise to fight for our principles, in both English and French, every day. Click here to join me.
commented 2018-12-18 22:59:20 -0500
You give me hope that someone is concerned while the rest of the media talk about nothing