Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Don't call black people "darkies"

If you do call black people darkies you risk the fate of BNP former Stoke-on-Trent councillor Michael Coleman - a conviction in the Crown Court for racially-aggravated harassment; an eight-month jail term, suspended for two years; and an order to perform 240 hours of unpaid work.

Michael Coleman: BNP leader in Stoke

Mr Coleman wrote on his blog (The Stoke Patriot) an article on the 2011 riots that included the forbidden word and was duly crushed by the full weight of the law merely for exercising his Right of Free Speech. Heaven knows what would have happened to him had he actually used a rude word to describe the rioters: maybe the N-word, or the C-word.

In best Internet tradition the offending article is still online and can be read here.

Michael is of course unbowed and unrepentant. He will fight on, fight for all our lost liberties. Sadly he will not be fighting from his former berth - the Stoke council chamber itself - since the most significant effect of the Crown Court conviction is a five-year ban on standing for public office.

Free speech is now dead in this country. If "they" want to get you they will., Anything you say or write will be made out as "racist" - provided they know who you are (hence this blog being anonymous) and since Michael Coleman was brave enough to speak up there was never any doubt about who he was.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What are we supposed to call them? Dindus? Negros? Niggers? Apes? Muds?