Yesterday, in Hampshire, Paul Weston, the chairman of a newish political party called Liberty GB and a candidate in next month’s European elections, was speaking on the steps of Winchester Guildhall and quoted [a ] Churchill passage. A half-dozen police officers arrested him and took him away in a police van.
That is Hampshire, England. A uniformed mob of police decided what a politician can say, and arrested him for breaking their rules.
When they come for you, who will protest?
The licencing of political parties is being imposed by the police, and it will be rubber stamped by a gutted Parliament.
The licencing of political speech and thought must surely then follow. This is outrageous.
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I wrote a piece on his arrest yesterday. It’s fairly long, but it eludes to the problems that are far more widespread than just the UK, but really encompass the entirety of the Western World. It might just be the United States left standing alone with their freedom of thought and speech, protected by their bill of rights. http://debellation.com/2014/04/28/youre-not-free-to-speak/