August 11, 2016
Judge Patricia Lynch
We have invited animals into our countries to rule over us. And they are brutal, pitiless creatures.
In America, we have an African monkey ruler openly inciting violence against our police, condemning our people and our history on a daily basis, enacting policies intended to exterminate us.
In Britain, you get 18 months in prison for making a rude comment to one of these monkeys.
John Hennigan, 50, was involved in a slanging match with Judge Patricia Lynch QC at Chelmsford Crown Court on Wednesday.
Hennigan was being sentenced for breaching an Asbo by using racist language towards a Caribbean woman and her two young children when he said she was a “bit of a c—“.
Judge Lynch replied: “You are a bit of a c— yourself.” When Hennigan shouted back: “Go f— yourself”, the judge replied: “You too.”
He reportedly shouted “Sieg Heil” and banged the glass panel of the dock as he was jailed for 18 months.
Hennigan was in breach of an Asbo imposed in 2005 when a swastika was discovered daubed on the front door of his council house.
An “Abso” is an “anti-social behavioral order.”
It’s a concept introduced by the Blair government in 1998, which allows for non-criminal offenses to be treated as criminal. Basically, it outlaws hurting people’s feelings.
Prosecutor Lynne Shirley told the court that Tanisha Ford, a black Caribbean woman and her two children, aged eight and six and also black Caribbean, were in Market Square, Harlow.
She had recently moved to the town and was looking for a shop.
“She noticed the defendant waving at her,” she said. “She approached him and he asked her if she was looking for a toilet. She said no, looking for Slimming World.
“He gave her directions. It seemed a normal conversation and she walked off but as she did Hennigan said ‘I don’t agree with inter-racial relationships. I like natural’.
“She was shocked and surprised and asked what he meant. He said ‘I prefer white children’. She was shocked further. She said her children were natural and he said ‘I’m just saying’,” said the prosecutor.
“The incident made her feel very upset, hurt, out of place and distressed. It’s not the first time she’s been racially abused and it brought back unpleasant memories,” said Miss Shirley. “She was alarmed her children had to listen to the comments.”
The poor widdle dears.
Ms Ford decided to call police. Hennigan was identified and while he was in custody officers found comments he made “very unpleasant,” the court heard.
Judge Lynch told Hennigan: “Your offence is thoroughly unpleasant and repeated breaches of this order using the most unpleasant of language and causing distress.
“It’s said custody would be distressing for you but it seems you never learn. This is the ninth time you have breached this order, the same offensive, racist comments and you don’t deserve another chance.”
It was at this point that Hennigan began talking directly to the judge. He said he hadn’t intentionally abused anyone “whatever you think”.
Judge Lynch disagreed. She told him: “No one cares what you think.” Hennigan responded: “I know they don’t, that’s why I’ve not had any help for years.”
Judge Lynch said she was not going to argue with him and was sending him straight to prison. It was then that Hennigan began swearing at her.
He had been hauled before an Old Bailey judge in October 2012 for making Nazi salutes at a pub in Bishopsgate in the City of London.
The very concept of inviting in a foreign people and allowing them to sentence us to prison is unfathomable. Abject lunacy. But allowing a Black female judge to sentence a White man to prison for saying something rude to a Black female – this is theatre of the absurd.
History will remember this as the darkest age of mankind, when a collective insanity infected us and we went to war with ourselves in the name of foreign groups.
That is, if we win history will remember it that way. If the planet goes Black, there will be no more history.