In an act epitomizing the establishment’s increasing desperation, a British court has sentenced patriot Joshua Bonehill to 3 years and four months in prison for posting an "offensive" image on Twitter.
A far right activist who posted “vile, anti-Semitic material” online ahead of a planned neo-Nazi rally in London has been jailed for more than three years.
Earlier, Joshua Bonehill-Paine, 23, of Yeovil, was found guilty of inciting racial hatred at Southwark Crown Court.
He posted links to offensive material on Twitter in June before a rally planned in Golders Green, north London, an area with a large Jewish population.
The event was later moved and held in central London.
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Bonehill-Paine, who has described himself as “a rising star of the right-wing community” was arrested at his Yeovil home in Hudson Road on 26 June.
He was jailed for three years and four months and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £120 and £1,200 in court costs.
Det Ch Insp Andy Barnes of the Met Police, who led the investigation, said Bonehill-Paine “posted vile, anti-Semitic material online”.
The image in question.