Who is in charge?

“Justice for Chelsey”’ campaigner, Billy Charlton from Sunderland has been jailed for 21 months for ‘stirring up racial hatred.’  As he was sentenced yesterday, 25thSeptember at Newcastle Crown Court, he shouted at the jurors “I hope your daughters don’t get raped.”

Chelsey Wright, a young mother from Sunderland, reported to the police that she was drugged, raped and assaulted by six men from Iraq, Syria and Bahrain. This was reported in the mainstream media and the men were arrested and then released on bail.

Tommy Robinson interviewed Ms Wright, in 2017, and rallies were organised in Sunderland under the banner #JusticeforChelsey.

Ms Wright claims she woke up in strange house with cuts and bruises and that when she was able to escape from that house, she was examined in a sexual assault clinic where forensics discovered two semen samples and traces of Rohypnol, the date rape drug, in her blood.

Ms Wright described the bruises around her groin; her thighs were black and blue, whip marks across the back of her legs.  She had handprints on her neck and a footprint on her back.

The police released the alleged rapists, and no further action has ever been taken.

This injustice is what led Mr Charlton to organise and speak at rallies.

Articles published after his sentencing describe Mr Charlton as a ‘Brexiteer’ ‘hate speaker,’ ‘evil’ ‘vile’ ‘manipulative’ and ‘racist.’


The same online publication a few days earlier reported on the sentencing of rapist Hilario Mendonca who broke into a young woman’s home and raped her. The police had released him just days before this attack for previous attacks on her.  He told the police he was innocent.  They believed him and set him free, allowing him to attack the woman. Again.

Is it any wonder the locals of Sunderland have no faith in the police protecting them?

Compare the article written about Mr Charlton to the article written about the rapist and read how they make out Mr Charlton to be the evil monster.


People are being sent to jail every other day now for stirring up racial or religious hatred. Last month Jay Davison was sentenced to four years in prison for posting on Instagram pictures of himself holding a fake shotgun with the words ‘Heil, heil, heil, fuck Allah cunt.” He posted these on his private account, which were then shared on a WhatsApp group.  Davidson was arrested by armed police and said he was not racist nor did he intend to incite racist hatred.


Four years in jail, arrested by armed police and the jury did not believe the white man.

Now let us compare to the Pakistani men who made a video threatening to sodomise and beat any Muslims who converted to Christianity.

No armed police arrived on their doorstep to arrest them, no charges and no prison sentence for these men for stirring up religious hatred and for threatening to sodomise and attack anyone converting to Christianity.



What influenced those in charge to decide that the video these men made was for private viewing only, and so their threats to rape, sodomise and attack were dismissed and not taken seriously?

What is the difference between the white man and the brown men making threats?  Why are we jailing one and not the others?

And then we have Andrew Clarke, a former member of National Action, an organisation that has been banned under the terrorism legislation, in December 2016. Clarke has been set free after 18 months in prison with no criminal convictions.

I have searched online to find any articles written about what makes a young white man join an organisation deemed so dangerous that the Home Office has banned it.  Where is the outpouring of sympathies for young white men like Clarke who have seen their towns and cities changed beyond recognition because of diversity and multiculturalism.

Or do we only have sympathy when it is brown Muslim girls who up and leave the UK to join ISIS and then regret their decision because they are now in a refugee camp with their husband and children dead and want to return to the country and people they despise?

Shamima Begum has had sympathy from our politicians who believe she was radicalised and should be allowed to return and face no punishment. Much has been written about her and others like her who joined ISIS.  Asking why and what caused them to run off and leave the safety of the UK.  Why are these same people not asking what is causing our white young men and women to join groups?

Why did the Home Office ban National Action yet Hizb ut-Tahrir a group that glorifies terrorism and is banned in many Muslim majority countries is not?

The more I read, the more I am convinced that the lunatics are running the asylum.








I had vaguely heard of Alison Chabloz and never really looked into whom she was or what she had done to have her freedom of speech taken away.

At the end of June of this year, her yearlong ban from posting on social media was up, and she began posting on her Facebook and Gab accounts.

I followed Alison, on Gab, and she followed me back. We exchanged some emails, and then I invited her onto my Hobbservation for the Nation show to allow her to share her story with a wider audience.

Her story interested me because I am a believer in freedom of speech, and clearly, her freedom had been taken from her. I don’t think I had ever heard of anyone who had been banned by law from posting on social media.  Yes, there are many of us who have been suspended from Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Some of us even had YouTube channels shut down or restricted, but we can and have created new accounts to evade the suspensions.

What had happened to Alison was different.  A judge in a courtroom in the UK had removed her freedom of speech.

Alison Chabloz sang a song that was deemed offensive to some people and Campaign Against Anti-Semitism took out a private prosecution against Alison and just like Muslims who demand action over something they see as offensive, this group managed to get the Crown Prosecution Service to take over the case.

The song is satire Alison sings about the Holocaust and compares it to a theme park; you may not find it funny, so the best thing to do would be not to listen.

As far as I am aware we have no laws in this country that say we must believe in the Holocaust or we will be sent to jail.

In May 2018 Chabloz was convicted at Westminster Magistrates’ Court for hate crime and sentenced to 20 weeks imprisonment.  This sentence was suspended for two years, and she was also banned from posting on social media for 12 months.

On Monday 23rdSeptember at Chesterfield Magistrates’ Court Chabloz was sent to prison for eight weeks and ordered to pay £170 in court costs, for breaching the terms of her suspended sentence and publishing on her blog.  Chabloz does not believe that her blog counts as social media.

All of you applauding and cheering that Chabloz has been sent to prison for hate crime against Jewish people because she sang songs that were deemed offensive should think long and hard about what has been allowed to happen.

Already there are Muslim groups who are trying to make it illegal to be an Islamophobe and to mock Islam.  The next time you are at a counter jihad event and you are chanting, “Mohammed was a paedophile!” you too might get done for hate crime.

By saying that you believe the prophet of Islam was not a peaceful man and that he was a bloodthirsty warmonger and child rapist, you too may get accused of hurting the feelings of a protected group and end up being imprisoned.

It’s OK to say Jesus was a cross-dresser, share memes of him smoking spliffs and say his mother Mary was a whore though and no one will take out a private prosecution against you for hate crime.

Always remember when we give free rein to a small group of people it means we need to give free rein to the larger group.


Alison’s solicitor is making a bail application for her release meanwhile please write to her at –

New Hall Women’s Prison

5 New Hall Way



W Yorks