One thing you can say about British authorities: they’re consistent. For fear of charges of “racism,” they covered for Muslim rape gangs for years, turning away girls whose lives had been destroyed and declining to arrest or prosecute the rapist savages. Now that some have been tried, British authorities are persecuting people such as Golding and Fransen for calling attention to what was happening. These are the same authorities who banned me from the country for speaking the truth about jihad terror.
“Britain First leader Paul Golding and deputy Jayda Fransen charged with harassment,” by Aubrey Allegretti, Sky News, September 20, 2017:
Britain First leader Paul Golding and his deputy Jayda Fransen have been charged with causing religiously aggravated harassment.
Golding, 35, and Fransen, 31, both from Penge in southeast London, were arrested on 10 May.
Kent Police said their investigation into the pair was related to leaflets distributed in Thanet and Canterbury, and videos posted during a trial at Canterbury Crown court during the same month.
The trial involved three Muslim men and a teenager who were eventually convicted of rape and jailed.
Police said Golding had been charged with three counts of harassment while Fransen was charged with four….
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