French Blogger Boris Le Lay Sentenced to Six Months in Prison for Doing Internet Racism

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
May 30, 2015

 

Boris Le Lay is living in exile in France, having been run out of his own country by Moslems and Jews.

Boris Le Lay is living in exile in Japan, having been run out of his own country by Moslems and Jews.

A French blogger who has previously been convicted of doing internet racism against a Jew has now been sentenced to six months in prison for doing an internet racism on a Negroid.

Boris Le Lay, 33, was sentenced thursday by the criminal court of Quimper, which found him guilty of “incitement to racial discrimination” in a YouTube video, AFP reports.

Boris also reported it to me on Twitter.

Le Lay is currently living in Japan and did not show up to his thoughtcrime trial. He is tied to the allegedly ultranationalist Celtic Brittany, and had complained about a Negroid musician performing in a Breton traditional orchestra in a video posted on his blog in June of 2013.

The Negroid, Yannick Martin, claims that the video made him feel a feeling.

Yannick Martin had had a feel before, but never a feel like he felt when someone said something mean about him on the internet.
Yannick Martin had had a feel before, but never a feel like he felt when someone said something mean about him on the internet. #BrownPeopleProblems

How sickening it is that this poor White guy was run out of his own country by these monkeys and now they’re trying to chase him down on the other side of the planet where he lives in exile to punish him for hurting their feelings with words.

If it wasn’t so sickening, it would be hilarious. Indeed it is hilarious, in a deeply tragic way.

And get this – in the video he was sentenced for this time, he was reacting to an 18 month sentence he was given for making fun of the same monkey.

Both sentences were “suspended sentences,” presumably because they aren’t going to try to have him extradited for making fun of a Black guy on the internet, given that this would make Islamic France appear even more ridiculous internationally than it already does.

On top of the six month sentence, he has been ordered to pay the Black 8,000 euros (roughly $8,012) in damages for having hurt his feelings with his words on the internet.

In this video, he reacted to a previous conviction for writing comments broadcast on his blog against the same black musician. The blogger was then sentenced to 18 months suspended sentence.

Here he is reacting to the sentence on his YouTube channel.

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