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A Free Speech Rebellion is Brewing in Britain!!!

A Free Speech Rebellion is Brewing in Britain!!!

Brittany Pettibone, Martin Sellner and Lauren Southern

You may have heard about the detention of Brittany Pettibone, Martin Sellner and Lauren Southern at Heathrow Airport, and of their subsequently being refused entry into the UK. If not, see this.

The trio was denied entry because of their desire to interview Tommy Robinson, and to speak in London. Despite what officials might claim, it boils down to a simple denial of free speech. Because they are conservatives, and desired to speak against what is now the “accepted” narrow confines of accepted speech in Britain, they were denied the right to speak publicly, or to associate with Tommy Robinson.

Dr. Steven Turley discusses the trio’s plight in the following video, where he claims there is now a backlash building against the restrictive limitations on speech in the United Kingdom.

Here in the US, we are seeing YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and others censoring conservative speakers and writers. As usual, what happens in the UK eventually comes to the US, as the PTB in the UK are aligned with the PTB in the US.

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Shorty Dawkins



  1. A few years back, some here ridiculed my speaking out how corrupt and evil the likes of Facebook, et al are. Oh how the worm turns. lmao… Cheers!

  2. “as the PTB in the UK are aligned with the PTB in the US.”

    Hint; assist the reader by spelling out what the acronym stands for first with the acronym following within parentheses. Example… at the Fleet Anti-Submarine Warfare Training Center Pacific (FELASWTRACENPAC) the scope dopes learned the fine art…

    Acronyms can be the bane of conveying a message to the masses. Inform the reader the first time the acronym is used then the acronym can be freely used thereafter.

    1. Good point. Far too many times writers pass on defining acronyms. Example: Of late is “BLM” …which BLM? Even some graduate research papers seem to have not read the memo on acronyms or forgotten what they were supposed to learn in their early college level writing classes. It’s up to the writer to convey a clear message for the receiver to understand. I had a prof that was a stickler on them. So one of my exams I made up a reference page with over a 100 acronyms I concocted throughout the paper. He got a good laugh out of it. But alas, I’m just as guilty. Simply laziness on my part.

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