Jayda Fransen, Deputy leader of the neoNazi hate group, Britain First is due in court tomorrow. We already described the charges in an earlier post (here) & won’t waste time repeating ourselves. Rather we want to highlight just what an appalling stitch-up this really is.
Don’t get us wrong… we don’t disagree with the fact that the charges have been brought. Nor do we think they’re particularly unfair. It’s not the judiciary that’s stitched up poor old Jayda. It’s Paul Golding himself.
It’s no secret that Uncle Jim favours Jayda. It’s no secret that he’s had her fronting his Eastern European fascist enterprise, especially in Hungary (so much for ‘Britain’ first). It’s no secret either that Golding has grown increasingly jealous of his erstwhile sidekick’s place of honour and profit beside ‘Generous Jim’. It’s no surprise that, driven to distraction by the little green-eyed God of envy he’s found a way to rid himself of this turbulent high priestess of the fash.
First he encouraged Jayda to lead the on street abuse of Muslims, no doubt persuading her of the dramatic effect of a vulnerable woman squaring up to ‘the enemy’.
Then he encouraged her to publicly tear up her bail conditions – bail conditions that he, himself continued to obey. The charge of Fransen failing to answer bail seems to be ‘open and shut’.
Next he pleaded guilty to his own charge of political uniform, thus ‘playing a blinder’ of a stitch-up which almost guarantees Jayda will be found guilty of the same offence.
Finally, by repeatedly publishing video evidence of Jayda harassing Luton’s Muslims Golding has made it almost impossible for her to be found not guilty. Indeed Britain First continued to post this evidence even after Fransen received her summons.
The result of this stitch-up is likely to be two convictions in the magistrates court and a referral to Crown court in respect of the third, more serious charge of religiously motivated harassment. Since this charge carries the possibility of serious prison time and since Fransen cannot be relied upon to observe bail conditions there’s a good chance she’ll be remanded in custody until her case is heard at Crown court.
If we’re lucky she’ll get a custodial sentence too.
That’ll teach her to usurp the Fuhrer.
What a stitch-up.
It couldn’t have happened to a more deserving Nazi!