Mohammedans are offended by a mock beheading – but not offended by the fake god’s calls for ‘unbelievers’ to be beheaded and mutilated – or by real beheadings in Swordi and elsewhere under the sway of ‘Allah’]
Fake news. Cottrell didn’t lose anything. The High Court returned his case back to the country court. Disgraceful.
Blair Cottrell to Persevere With Blasphemy Conviction Appeal
… Cottrell is aiming to challenge the constitutionality of Victoria’s blasphemy law under Australia’s implied right to political communication. Bolton has argued that there is “no such class of persons as Muslims” that could have been offended by the mock beheading video given the various strands in the Islamic faith. …
No Speech For Bold Men
This looks a lot like a runaround designed to drain his resolve and wallet, all the more reason to keep fighting. The county court just needs to uphold the previous decisions of the High Court.
The system will not relinquish control quietly or easily, they are anti-White to the core.
Meme by Ryan Fletcher.
It appears Australia’s High Court has made it clear that cases pertaining to free speech for White Australians will not be heard in the highest court of the land. Nine News reports:
Far-right activist Blair Cottrell has had his bid to fight for “free speech” in the High Court knocked back but will continue his campaign in Victoria’s County Court.
Cottrell, who has links to a number of far-right organisations including the United Patriots Front, appeared in the country court appealing his conviction for inciting hatred, contempt and ridicule of Muslims after making a video beheading a dummy in protest of a Bendigo mosque.
After news that his High Court application had been dismissed, Cottrell’s lawyer John Bolton said he would argue in the County Court that there is “no such class of persons as Muslims” that could be offended by the video, given the variety among the Islamic faith.
Blair was noted as having said in the article:
“It’s being drawn out deliberately, I think, probably to see how much money we’ve got,” “I’m not going to give up.”
As someone who featured in an Executive Council of Australian Jewry (ECAJ) 2018 Report, I find Blair’s tenacity to be a source of strength as the Rights of White Australians are thrown to the wind.
Considering the cultural enrichment of our immigration, at what point will normie Australian’s awaken from their globalist induced comas and start standing up in defiance of this cancer?
Food For Thought.
Patriot activist Blair Cottrell was at Victoria’s County Court today with his lawyer John Bolton for a mention hearing, the latest step in Cottrell’s appeal against his 2017 conviction under Victoria’s Racial and Religious Tolerance Act for offending Muslims.
This was for conducting a mock beheading with fellow patriot activists Neil Erikson and Christopher Shortis outside the Bendigo council building in 2015, as part of the United Patriots Front’s activism opposing the construction of a mosque in the town. The mosque to this date has not been built.
Cottrell is aiming to challenge the constitutionality of Victoria’s blasphemy law under Australia’s implied right to political communication. Bolton has argued that there is “no such class of persons as Muslims” that could have been offended by the mock beheading video given the various strands in the Islamic faith.
Cottrell and Bolton had attempted to have the appeal heard in the High Court last December but they sent it back to Victoria’s County Court to decide, unwilling to hear such a case until it has been tested in lower courts, despite Judge Lisa Hannan appearing uneasy about deciding a constitutional matter.
The appeal will now go to trial in the County Court in August. Outside the court today the mainstream media were in an assembled mob. There was a heavy police presence, the public order response unit wasamong those outside.
However, unlike previous hearings involving patriot activists, no Antifa protestors were present.
Neil Erikson was also in attendance to support Cottrell.
Despite hearing all of the facts on the case the mainstream media spun the hearing as Cottrell’s High Court bid having failed. They of course referred to him as a “far-right activist” and “convicted racist”. The appeal can still be heard by the High Court once it has made its way up from the lower courts.
Some of Cottrell’s comments to the assembled media can be viewed below:
Cottrell summarised his day a Periscope Livestream which was published on his Twitter account outlining the facts to date.
Cottrell plans to persevere with his appeal with Bolton committed to representing him. Hisonlybarrier is legal expenses which have culminated so far to $13,000. Cottrell suspects that the drawn-out appeals process has been designed to drain him financially.
He crowdfunded his appeal through PayPal until his account was frozen in December last year when the platform cracked down on”political extremists” using the platform.
Supporters can continue to contribute Cottrell’s legal expenses by messaging him on Twitter and requesting direct bank deposit details.
Cottrell, Erikson and Shortis’ 2017 conviction has been another example of the lack of free speech in Australia. Victoria’s blasphemy laws are one of the numerous examples throughout the nation which render offensive language unlawful if directed to minority groups.