4 Responses to “The rise of the Gestapo in Britain. The inside story behind the shameful arrest of army veteran Darren Brady.”

  1. ian says:

    I posted this too, but on thinking about it today, Sadsville Arizona I know, but this video will deter more people from posting all encompassing, “what might offend someone”, online than the laws will. It is a better propaganda tool than the laws are. I can’t imagine that they’re cute enough to stage this with everyone on board, nonetheless contrary to the whole theme of the video, I’m sure it will have a detrimental effect on public confidence online.

    • newensign says:

      I thought the same thing Ian. I don’t know whether it was on this blog or somewhere else I saw it, but a police whistle blower admitted that the police stage arrests to frighten people into complying as they know what they are doing is unlawful! Inviting the police into one’s house is breaking the first rule of not engaging with them and so give joinder. They were fraudulently referring to the posting as a crime which it is not unless you consented. See the people’s lawyer:
      https://thepeopleslawyeruk.com/start-here/know-your-rights/

  2. newensign says:

    A good sequel to this post Sovereigntea.
    Police force scraps ‘hate crime awareness courses’ as UK veteran arrest sparks outrage – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TV5ubJq39h0.

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