UK: Man Gets 4 Years in Prison for Making Funny Videos About Jews

This is what evil looks like in its purest, unadulterated form

This is one of the biggest threats to our values and who we are that I’ve seen since Donald Trump said there were too many immigrants.


One of Britain’s most depraved anti-semitic video streamers has been jailed over his hateful content – viewed more than two million times.

Richard Hesketh, 36, had over 10,000 subscribers on BitChute, a video hosting service popular with members of the far right and conspiracy theorists.

He would use the platform to upload sickening videos attacking the Jewish community.

His campaign of abuse saw him create an ‘alter ego’, known as George, where he would dress up in a horrific caricature of a Jewish man using offensive stereotypes.

Whilst playing the part, Hesketh, of Middleton, Greater Manchester, would put on a false voice, and used a variety of Yiddish expressions.

His horrific videos were made in his spare bedroom and often celebrated far right terrorism and supported violence against Jewish people.

Hesketh first came to the attention of authorities when anti-semitism charity The Community Security Trust (CST) reported his videos to counter-terrorism police.

The CST was founded by this gazillionaire Jew criminal in order to harass normal British people

Officers raided his home and found ‘numerous’ mobile phones and packs of sim cards, which contained a large amount of anti-semitic imagery on the devices, along with information on conspiracy theories.

Police said he showed ‘no remorse’ for his crimes and even continued to create videos after he was initially released under investigation following his arrest.

Addressing him at Manchester Crown Court, Mr Justice Dove said: ‘A significant part of the broadcast involved interacting with your audience and perpetuating extreme racist propaganda, stirring up racial hatred for Jewish people.

‘This could have had potential consequences which were totally unimaginable in both width and breadth.

They scrubbed these from the internet; I couldn’t find anything except some snips

‘This was a stubborn perpetuation of publishing this material even when those who were hosting this material stated how unacceptable it was.’

The court heard Hesketh had seen his content deleted from other social media platforms, but had continued to create the ‘vile matter’ in an attempt to grow his reach online.

Mr Justice Dove told the defendant his actions caused ‘serious hurt’ to his fiance of many years.

He decided to reduce a sentence of six years to four, taking into consideration his early guilty plea.

Counter terrorism officer, Detective Superintendent Will Chatterton said: ‘Hesketh shared as well as created hundreds of shockingly offensive videos and content on social media, which undoubtedly incited hatred towards the Jewish community.

‘In police interview Hesketh showed no remorse and even continued to upload offensive material to his social media channels after he was released under investigation.

No remorse for meanness.

In 2021.