Admit it: Britain is not a free country

“Jacqueline Woodhouse, 42, abused passengers on the Central Line train and was given a 21 week jail sentence

…She turns to her passengers and asks: ‘Where do you come from? Where do you come from? Where do you come from?

‘I would like to know if any of you are illegal? I am sure like 30 per cent of you are.’

She then turns on the Pakistani man sitting next to her, who is singing his national anthem, and threatens to ‘punch him in the face.’

‘I wouldn’t mind if you loved our country,’ she adds.

…Rebecca Lee, defending Woodhouse, said she was ‘deeply ashamed’ of her behaviour but claimed she was often anxious on the tube due to terrorist events of 2005.

Ms Lee asked that a community order be considered and stressed her client would be willing to attend a diversity awareness and prejudice training course.

This woman is not my hero. She acted like a lout. So what? Why is that the law’s business?

h/t EBD

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  • Destroyer-Drone

    If only everybody over there behaved like her.

    If only.

    • Alain

      Yes if they all showed the same courage at the same time it would simply be impossible for the cops and courts to deal with them; it would be a much needed showdown between patriotic English and the traitors running the show.

      • FactsWillOut

        It will come.

  • Brett_McS

    Double-plus un-good.

  • Dana Garcia

    Right, a few months in diversity training will fix her right up.

    • eMan14

      She’s toast.

  • AlanUK

    Why is it the Law’s business?

    Because, prima facie, she has broken the law!
    If she acts like a lout and threatens to ‘punch him in the face’ that is assault.
    In England you don’t have to actually hit someone to be guilty of assault. Hitting would simply add “Battery” to Assault” to give “Assault and Battery”.

    • Uncle_Waspy

      There is the letter of the law and the spirit of the law. The the wigged faggots occupying the UK courts will throw the book at a harmless woman who did a little public rant, but they won’t do jack shit about Pakistani Muslim gangs raping minors.

      • marty

        But who’s to say the rape gangs aren’t simply attempting cultural assimilation by adopting a longstanding British tradition?

        • Uncle_Waspy

          I understand what you’re getting at, Marty. I’m currently reading The (Un)Documented Mark Steyn, and he talks about the brothels in 18th Century England (some advertised no girls over the age of 14) and how decent folk simply accepted it as an unpleasant aspect of society. The UK has dark elements in her history……so does every other society on the planet.

          But that was then and this is now. The fact that the UK authorities are eager to destroy citizens for trivial offenses while completely ignoring severe crimes illustrates their arrogance, cowardice and insanity.

          • marty

            Ok so they’ve since moved on from girls to boys. The whole thing is just too nuanced for me.

          • FactsWillOut

            In the 15th century, I think 12 was the age of consent.

      • AlanUK

        Sorry, Uncle Waspy. She did more than just a “little public rant” – she, according to the story, threatened to punch someone in the face. And she seems to freely admit the offense.
        You might argue whether 21 weeks in prison (probably substantially less in reality) was appropriate. You might argue whether or not the prosecution was in the public interest. You might rage against the inability (unwillingness?) of the law to deal with Pakistani Muslim rape gangs raping minors.
        Personally, the last is a dreadful abomination and the other 2 are open to vigorous discussion.
        I was answering the question, why was the law involved in this situation? The answer is because she broke the law, threatened violence in a public place, with racist overtones, in an area (London) with a wide range of people with many different backgrounds.

        • marty

          The law is an ass. You fags would all be better off speaking German (I have zero love for the Germans).

          • Uncle_Waspy

            Ich bien ein schweinsteiger!

          • AlanUK

            Can I assume you are not calling me a fag? A fag is an offensive term for a male homosexual.

            Incidentally, the quotation (from Charles Dickens Oliver Twist) is:
            ” … the law is a ass, a idiot …”

          • marty

            You can assume .. but (butt?) that could make an ASS of U and ME.

            But srsly.. ur all a bunch of fags (not a compliment). Maybe there’s a cultural barrier we must overcome to communicate the assertion clearly. In the diverse integrated global ecosystem, you guys (and the rest of the west, unfortunately) are the “receptive” partners.

          • marty

            EDIT…
            … are the “receptive” partners (again not a compliment).

          • tom_billesley

            Don’t rise to the bait.

          • FactsWillOut

            Oh noes, not an offensive word! The horror!
            I suggest you trade in your testicles for a set of ovaries and call it a day, buttercup.

        • canminuteman

          They don’t seem to be too keen on enforcing the law when it comes to deporting illegal aliens and muslims fomenting violence.

          • occupant 9

            One can only surmise that it was determined long ago that the locals were the issue and a large dose of “colonial jihad” would set things right and teach those local louts a severe lesson in getting … under the bus.

        • occupant 9

          So, one wonders when this “law” thing you speak of will visit your fine Mr Choudary?

        • Alain

          I find it hard to believe that saying you are going to punch someone is considered assault in the UK, but if it is then the law is an ass.

          • AlanUK

            Look up “Common Assault” in Wiki.
            So if someone threatens you with violence who is drunk and disorderly, who is sitting beside you and perfectly capable of carrying out the threat, ranting and raving because she is out of control from the effect of the alcohol, the Law should not consider it? In my mind (and, more importantly, the Judge) a crime was committed. The only query would be over the sentence. The maximum allowed is a fine and 6 months, 26 weeks. She got 21 weeks. Was this a first offense? No. Did she learn from the previous “slap on the write”? No.
            Is it a reasonable sentence? You could argue that both ways.
            Should the gangs of Pakistani child rapists be prosecuted YES. Is this relevant to the case of assault? No.

    • Do you believe that’s why she was charged? I don’t.

      “Speaking after Woodhouse was jailed, Mr Juttla from Ilford, Essex said: ‘This sends a message to her and other people like her not to carry on.”

      In other words she needs to shut the hell up.

      • AlanUK

        Perhaps, as the Judge, said it was to stop her being drunk and disorderly in a public place again – this was not her first offense as you will know from the article.

    • Also, if you click on the link at “EBD”, you’ll find another article where it explains that the cops are trying to track down a woman who was involved in a similar incident. No threats of violence seem to have been made there.

  • Uncle_Waspy

    The resemblance to 1984 is eerie. It’s not enough for the state to punish individuals guilty of badthink. No, the state has to break their spirit and force them to love Big Brother.

    So the lady had enough of diversity shoved down her throat for most of her life and she had a little rant on the subway. Oh my goodness! Send in the trauma counsellors!

    • FactsWillOut

      Yep.
      Room 101 for her!

  • Achmed

    Britain is a free country.
    Free welfare!
    Free housing!
    Free healthcare!
    Freedom to enforce the Shari’a on the streets!

    Every country should follow Britain’s enlightened lead.

  • Cultural Marxism at its best.

  • canminuteman

    “Sentenced to a diversity awareness course”. I don’t think the problem is that she isn’t aware of diversity.

  • pop

    If you can convince a nation that diversity is the new race, you can convince a nation to evasion.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    She’s a “lout”?
    Why the perfunctory or preemptive denouncement?

    • Launching into unprovoked tirades on public transportation is not civilized behaviour.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        Nor is the things Muslims advocate, or do.
        Being “uncivil” to them is the first step.
        As for provocations, she WAS shouldered just prior to her “speech”.

      • FactsWillOut

        We cannot win by being “civilized”.
        This will all end in rivers of blood.

  • Hard Little Machine

    If I were stuck on the train with her I’d probably try to strangle her just for invading my space.

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    “a diversity awareness and prejudice training course.”
    How nauseatingly Moaist. Britain is lost.

  • Canada is not much better – last January in Toronto Eric Brazau was sentenced to 18 months jail for criticizing Islam on the subway. He is an oddball who uses public stunts to bring attention to the dangers of Islam as he sees them. He didn’t do anything “aggressive” like that woman – the worst thing was that he told a Muslim passenger, who argued with him, that he didn’t like Muslims. Yet he will spend over an year in jail. I guess the Canadian counterparts of AlanUK would find that normal.

    At the same time, neither in Canada nor in the UK, has a Muslim barbarian been ever prosecuted for expressing even the most radical and violent views. Thought crimes are a category reserved for unruly infidels.

    • I agree, it’s an outrageous case. We need a First Amendment.

      • Probably we should abolish the Charter and bring back the older Bill of Rights.

        • FactsWillOut

          The older English Bill of Rights includes the ring to bear arms.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      That’s not much better, that’s much worse!

    • occupant 9

      “…has a Muslim barbarian been ever prosecuted for expressing even the most radical and violent views.”

      Islam only offers “radical and violent views.” The other views we either make up to protect ourselves from the truth; from having to act, or are provided by taqiyya salesmen/women to protect Islam, in case we haven’t yet thought up a reason how “radical and violent views” aren’t Islamic.

  • TotallyPeeved

    You put a young mother in prison for putting a fucking piece of bacon on a mosque doorknob. You deserve every damn thing you are going to get. Hang on to those sporks, you are gonna need ’em!

  • Justin St.Denis

    The Brits are just steps away from setting up “reeducation facilities”. I give them three years…

    • Alain

      Agreed but I fear we are on the same road.

    • FactsWillOut

      She’s getting a “diversity and sensitivity” course.
      I call that “re-education”.
      It’s happening now, and on this side of the pond as well.

  • pdxnag

    The course in surrender requires you to acknowledge that you have lost and then how to grovel with appropriate gusto.

  • FactsWillOut

    Well, I just got work as a grease monkey in a big diesel truck recycling yard.
    I like it.
    Confederate flag stickers all over the place, and no PC BS.
    The only wogs I have to put up with are the shitty drivers on the commute.

    • marty

      Good job – congratz 🙂

      • FactsWillOut

        Thanks. 🙂