It is unwise for a freelance journalist, such as I, ever to become the story yet according to (one more) dreary Feminazi blog, this seems to be happening. I wrote of Peter Nunn last February. Mr Nunn was temporarily supported by Robert Ambridge (Old Holborn) a pal of the Chief Constable of Essex.
Peter was found guilty of “trolling” the Rt Hon Stella Creasy, a doe eyed ZaNuLabour M.P. We all know if she had been “Lindsey the supermarket shelf stacker” then Mr Nunn would not have served a custodial sentence. As a husband and Dad he could not go on a hunger strike to the death either.
I totally disagree with his remarks to Creasy and have written so more than once. Free speech has it’s limits as Oliver Wendell Holmes said “Nobody has the right to shout FIRE in a crowded theatre”. However, it is the coterie that surrounds Creasy which bear further scrutiny.
Caroline Criado-Moonbat wanted some woman on a £10 note. I agree with that, it is immaterial how many women are on banknotes, so long as they hold their value. Criado-Perez attracted Caitlin Moran and Grace Dent (both totally vile) and Hadley Freeman (nice enough). As a radical feminist she also drew “Jean Hatchet” of London, now known to be Lisa Marie Taylor, mother of Samuel James Glittenberg, born Leicester, Sept 1999.
Hatchet/Taylor and her clique would deny any dissenting voice a stage (such as my pal Alison Chabloz – and no – I do not agree with her on the Israel/Palestine issue) – it is odd that all of this is kicking off as I finish a seven year investigation into police corruption in London, Norfolk and south east England.
Finally, radical feminists must realise that wimmin making false rape allegations can and will be held to account.