“Rubin”. (((Every. Single. Time))).
I notice that the said Jewish scribbler, Jennifer Rubin, is an “opinion writer” at the Washington Post. She is also pro-“Covid-19” vaccination, pro-the facemask nonsense, pro children being forced to be masked in class, pro- forced vaccination for schoolteachers, pro-abortion, pro the doomed multikulti society, anti-white and, of course, pro-“intervention” in other countries (i.e. pro-NWO, ZOG, and Israel). She seems to tick all the boxes.
That is how (((Court News))) sees fit to report on an appeal which has in fact not yet come to an end. I think that the, er, orientation of “Court News” is clear (and has been for some time).
Seems that “Court News” needs more information (or less bias)…
Late afternoon music
Moldavia, as was. Whatever people say about Belarus, or Lukashenko, the fact is that Belarus would now be exactly like Moldova, had Lukashenko opened Belarus up to finance-capitalism, Jew carpetbaggers, fraudsters, etc.
On the larger scale, we have Russia itself. Yeltsin and his finance-capitalist thievery and chaos was replaced by Putin, who whatever his flaws has at least created the basis for a better future.
Latest news is that Alison’s appeal, at Southwark Crown Court, has failed.
It will be recalled, by those who have read yesterday’s blog post, that one of the two magistrates who flank the presiding Circuit judge at such an appeal had to be removed when it came to light that he had actually been a trustee of a Jewish “charity” to do with the Anne Frank “diary”.
It seems, on the face of it, incredible that such a person could be allotted such an appeal, bearing in mind the subject matter and the defendant!
Well, there it is. The appeal proceeded, with only two of the usual three members sitting.
According to a source thought reliable, the presiding judge today expressed the view that the sentence passed by the lower court on Alison was “lenient”; a very strange idea of leniency, bearing in mind that the sentence passed had been 18 weeks’ imprisonment out of a maximum of 6 months (i.e. c.26 weeks).
The usual practice in a case of this sort (where only a small increase of sentence can be handed down) is to remand the defendant on bail to reappear for sentence on (in this case) Monday 16 August. Alison, however, has been remanded in custody over the weekend.
The presiding judge is, apparently, “minded” to pass a further custodial sentence on Monday, though that sentence will be short. In fact, even were the maximum sentence (6 months) to be passed, she could expect to be released at the halfway point, and Alison has already done about 2 months in prison, so she might only serve 3 weeks or so.
I have to say that this looks more like (further) persecution rather than unbiased justice.
Another interesting fact: “To the surprise of everyone in court, including the judge and the prosecutor, the representative of the Probation Service after making enquiries informed the judge that access to Alison’s probation file is
restricted and higher authority will be required to view it. No doubt this
very strange circumstance will catch the interest of the conspiracy
theorists. It is on any view a very odd thing.” [from a reliable source].
That, apparently, was why the judge did not pass sentence immediately.
Well, the fanatical Jew-Zionist element will be rubbing its hands tonight, but whatever happens on Monday, Alison will be out of prison within a few weeks at the latest. There also remains a slight possibility (perhaps very slight) that she will not be imprisoned on Monday.
…Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan (conspiracy)…
“Free citizens”? Hardy ha ha…
I heard a few minutes of the ever-more-pathetic BBC Radio 4 PM programme. Jewish journalist Jon Sopel was excitedly saying how surprised “we” have all been at how swift has been the Taliban advance.
No…those of us who recall how quickly the Taliban advanced in 1996 are not so taken by surprise.
How can we criticize the blacks and browns of Africa, Asia and elsewhere for corruption when this happens here at (what was) “home”?…
More news from the new multikulti Australian police state…(note the ridiculous masks, as well…).