June 19, 2019
Shitposting has become a dangerous pastime.
You can serve hard time in the West for not being fond of black people and expressing that sentiment online.
A student who called Prince Harry a race traitor in an ‘abhorrent’ post to a far-right website has been locked up for four years and three months. Michal Szewczuk, 19, posted the message alongside an image he had created of the Duke of Sussex with a pistol to his head against a blood-spattered background. The picture – which included an image of a swastika – was posted online in August last year, just months after Harry’s marriage to mixed-race Meghan Markle. Szewczuk wrote alongside it: ‘See Ya Later Race Traitor.’
He got punished for posting cringe.
The teenager, from Leeds, will serve his sentence in a young offenders’ institution after pleading guilty to two counts of encouraging terrorism and five counts of possession of terrorist material, including the White Resistance Manual and the Al Qaeda Trading Manual.
The era of expressing unpopular opinions is ogre.
Anyone who pulls the tough guy routine online is liable to get himself and his associates arrested if they find themselves in the West… or just about anywhere, really.
So, needless to say, don’t do it.
And avoid people who go ahead and do it. Even if they are sincere and not agent provocateurs, nothing good will come of it. We all know the score. We all know the situation is bad. And we all know that we’re entering an age of rampant terrorism, political repression, and unchecked Jewish Totalitarianism.
He also wrote an ‘extremely violent and aggressively misogynistic’ blog which attempted to justify the rape of women and children in the pursuit of an Aryan race, the court heard.
I’ve heard enough. This kid was clearly radicalized by Carl of Swindon, who recently ran on a pro-rape platform for UKIP.
Another kid was sentenced to jail too.
Szewczuk was sentenced at the Old Bailey alongside Oskar Dunn-Koczorowski, 18, from west London, who had admitted two counts of encouraging terrorism.
Dunn-Koczorowski, also of Polish decent, was sentenced to 18 months detention and a training order after the judge found he still holds ‘deeply entrenched views in support of extreme right-wing ideology’. The defendants had only ever met in online chatrooms, the court heard. They were arrested in December after posting images or links to far-right social media site Gab.
Well, they told us that these immigrants would do the work that the locals were unwilling to do and boy were they right.
Can’t help but feel that these Poles should have just sat tight and had the local fish and chips and watched the footy on the telly. This wasn’t their fight and they are looked down upon by the British anyway – so why bother working yourself up into a lather to save them when they don’t want to be saved?
And it’s a shame that they posted on Gab. People who post there tend to get arrested.