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  • ross1948 6:34 pm on January 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: etienne stott, fines on Stinkos, , jihadist cause, judge michael snow, neo-nazi passion, , ,   

    ‘Passion’ Gets Stinko A Wrist Slap? Same For Jihadists And Nazis? 

    ‘Did you see this?’

    One of my commenters sent me a link to a UK report on yet another sap in judge’s robes who has openly expressed sympathy with the  ‘commitment to his cause’ and ‘passionate belief’ of a lousy Stinko named Etienne Stott…



    …and despite the chaos and misery the criminal ‘sportsman’ and his ‘XR’ comrades caused to thousands of innocent people, Judge Michael Snow invoked that ‘passion’ as part of the wrist-slap ruling that spared the irresponsible slug jail-time, a penalty of a mere 300 pounds sterling imposed instead!

    Screengrab from a video of Olympic gold medalist Etienne Stott being arrested by police at the Extinction Rebellion demonstration on Waterloo Bridge in London
    Olympic medalist Stinko fanatic Etienne Stott arrested on Waterloo Bridge

    Read the whole story here –


    This judge ought to be stripped of his robes, have his wig burnt in a public place, and never again be allowed to exercise ANY judicial function.

    Because impassioned belief or commitment should NEVER be a mitigating circumstance.

    How many jihadist terror scum are passionate and/or committed to their cause?

    Same goes for the handful of neo-nazis who are held for planning or engaging in violent activity.

    If they were to appear before Judge Michael Snow, would he soften the sentence he might otherwise impose because of their sincerely held sectarian and/or ideological fanaticism?

    One hopes never!

    But with today’s British judiciary, who the Hell knows?


  • ross1948 8:03 pm on January 13, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , fines on Stinkos, Jason Scott-Warren, , University of Cambridge   

    Does No Time, Just A Fine! No Wonder Rich Stinko Shrugs It Off! 

    Here we go again, inadequate punishment for a rich Stinko untroubled thereby!

    The convicted ‘Extinction Rebellion’ ratbag is a Cambridge University lecturer, Jason Scott-Warren, and he was ‘found guilty (Friday, January 10) of disobeying a Section 14 order during the ‘April Rebellion’ last year.’

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    Jason Scott-Warren, who is an editor for the new Oxford Critical Edition of the Works of Thomas Nashe and on the advisory board for the ARHC-funded York/Cambridge project on ‘Remembering the Reformation’ AND on the editorial board for the Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society and the Routledge ‘Material Readings in Early Modern Culture’ series, and a board member of Cambridge Digital Humanities.

    And the University of Cambridge in particular should be ready to defenestrate this creep ( from a ground-floor window -I’m not advocating the death penalty!) after the Stinkos…


    Ultimata? Why Aren’t Cambridge Stinkos In Custody? 

    …just a week or so ago were trying to bully the famous institution into kow-towing to their demands!

    In case any readers are unfamiliar with the nasty, irresponsible, anti-social antics of the Stinko scumin London, the local news report describes how the ‘huge demonstration..brought parts of the capital to a standstill..’

    Bravo, London Commuters! One Dirty Stinko Gets Taught A Lesson

    …thus infuriating thousands of decent working Londoners whose wish to earn an honest living was hopelessly disrupted.

    I don’t read of any apology from the stuck-up Scott-Warren.

    Readers might wish to EMAIL him –

     – and demand one!


    But then he perhaps doesn’t need to worry about earning a living – faced with ‘an £800 fine, court costs of £300 and a surcharge of £80,’ he arrogantly boasted –

    “Don’t worry, I can afford it!”



  • ross1948 8:38 pm on December 7, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , fines on Stinkos, , Jonathan Bartley, ,   

    Stinko Criminality Cost – Green Berk Bartley Bottles Out! 

    What a weaseling wally that Green Party ‘co-leader’ Jonathan Bartley turns out to be, as Brits saw on live TV this week.

    Asked if there might be better ways to spend the nearly FORTY MILLION pounds the lawless mayhem created by Stinkos has so far cost…


    Image result for london commuters Extinction station

    A violent Stinko aims kicks at the decent people he set out to torment


    ….such as topping up the budget for the anti-knife crime operation, The Weasel not only dodged the issue but at once went into party politics mode.


    It was the government that was setting the knife-crime budget, he shrilled, insulting the electorate’s intelligence, since every voter knows that.

    The point his interviewer was making was that the government could have an extra 37 million quid to boost the operation…

    …IF the Stinkos had not imposed that enormous cost on the public purse by their malevolent choice of criminality as a way to ‘protest.’


    There is an obvious way to recoup some of the money.




    The fines imposed on those found guilty should be based on the cost of their crimes, not only in terms of repairs etc., but also of police overtime and taking into account too a fair assessment of the damage done to business.

    If the convicted Stinkos prove unable to pay, then jail them until the fines are paid.



    Given how so many super-rich stuck-up celebs have declared their support for the anti-social scum…

    Arrogant Stinko Scoff-Laws, Egged On By Big-Name Berks! 

    …surely they would step up and stump up?

    Or would they shrink from putting their big money where their big mouths are?


    Alas, we understand from our Australian readers that when sensible fines were imposed on antipodean Stinkos, spineless left-liberal judges betrayed the decent citizenry by slashing those fines on appeal. One rather fears it would happen in the UK  too.

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