Nothing says freedom quite like getting arrested for stating things that are objectively true.
It’s the most principles and values thing ever.
Two men have been arrested after “disgusting” racist stickers claiming to link migration with the coronavirus pandemic were posted in Sheffield.
The stickers bear the logo of the far-right Hundred-Handers group and read: “Open border, virus disorder” and “Pubs closed, borders open”.
Police said two men, aged 20 and 22, were held on suspicion of racially aggravated public order offences.
They have been released under investigation while inquiries continue.
I’ve never heard of these people before, but I like their name, which is taken from the Hecatoncheires of Greek Mythology.
These are the stickers they were arrested for:
Both of these say things that are objectively true, namely that the pubs are closed, and that the borders are still open.
And yes, the borders are still open, people are still coming into Britain both legally and illegally, including from the places where the Holocough already killed billions of people – China, Italy, Spain, etc.
The Local Democracy Reporting Service said the stickers have been seen on lamp posts, bins, bus stop signs and bollards around Granville Road, Paternoster Row, the Crucible Theatre, the railway station and near Norfolk Heritage Park.
Alex Gwynne, who spotted some and asked neighbours to help remove them, said: “Using this pandemic to spread racism and hatred is unacceptable.”
What a good little goy you are.
Ben Miskell, a local councillor, added: “This is absolutely disgusting and comes at a time where our diverse community is busy working together to tackle the virus.
“This sort of behaviour can damage community cohesion and relationships across the city. We’re all working together to try to combat the virus.”
He said he was working with the council to get the stickers removed urgently.
“We have got people from all sorts of different backgrounds working in hospitals, care and community groups that are coming together to help elderly neighbours – regardless of the colour of their skin or their origin in the world.
“These sorts of things are meant to just divide us rather than bring us together and capitalise on something awful that is happening in Britain for some really sinister aim.”
There is no such thing as a “diverse community,” you asshole.
A community is, by default, something that excludes people outside of it.
What you’re doing is actually destroying the community, they’re just trying to tell people about it.
The Hundred-Handers group is known for printing racist messages and posting them around the UK and other countries.
The messages on Covid-19 and migration have also been found in other cities including York, Leeds and Hull.
You know what’s even stupider than the shabbos goy currently running Britain into the ground?
China, Russia, Poland, and all these other supposedly undemocratic countries who don’t use stuff like this for their own internal propaganda.
No one likes this. Americans only tolerate it out of fear.
Virtually every “undemocratic” act that these countries are accused of doing, real or not, are actually happening in these Orwellian parodies in Western Europe, especially in Britain.
And they’re usually far worse than the things these countries are accused of doing.
If things like this became widely known, the number of people opposing these governments and supporting the inane gibberish that is called “democracy” today would collapse to a fraction of what it is now.
Surely, nobody in Hong Kong would ever wave the British flag ever again.
How come I can think of this but they can’t?