The UK under the Conservative government of Theresa May is arguably the most evil, the most culturally degenerate regime in the world today:
“Tommy Robinson was arrested today in Leeds, in the UK, outside the court.
A few hours later he was sentenced to 13 months in prison.
I’ve never heard of that before.
Normally, there’s an alleged offence; then an arrest; then the lawyers get involved; then a first court appearance; and maybe bail; and then disclosure of documents; then a trial; then a conviction; then a sentence. Normally that takes months; maybe years.
It happened today in a few hours. …”
I’ve lost count of how many articles I have written about Theresa May’s government whether it is the routine terrorist attacks, the Muslim rape gangs, police twerking in high heels or everyone from Matt Heimbach to Lauren Southern being banned from the country.
Lately, I have been spending a lot of time reading about Tudor and Stuart England and the English Civil War. It was a time when Catholics and Protestants were martyred for their faith. In those days, the English believed the salvation of their eternal souls was at stake. Now, blasphemy and heresy has resurrected as a crime in England for the perverted purpose of punishing those who offend aliens.
How in the world did the UK evolve into the dystopia that is today? How did morality become so confused? Those are two questions which I will try my best to answer in my book.
Note: This is a good thread on Twitter about this:
The judge in Tommy Robinson's case, Denise Marson, pulled a neat trick today.
She threw him in jail for 13 months, and banned anyone in the UK from talking about it.
— Will Chamberlain (@willchamberlain) May 25, 2018