Australian activist Brendon O’Connell, 42, was arrested
and jailed in 2009 for making “anti-Semitic” statements.
He was released in January. In the first of a series,
Brendon describes how he landed in jail and how an apology
would have spared him.
“To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize.”- Voltaire
by Brendon O’Connell
I was arrested by 7 members of the State Security Investigation group on May the 12th 2009 for calling Stanley Elliot Keyser a “racist Jew” and “racially vilifying him in the process. Section 80B. That was one year jail time.
I then used words such as, “your days are numbered” talking about Rabbinic Pharisaic Judaism etc. This came under a different part of the legislation, Section 77, the most serious in that I was “inciting others” to go and kill Jews.
These are comments from my Blog at…
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