Braverman’s justification of the Public Order Act is fascism in action

Victims of Braverman’s law: Extinction Rebellion demonstrators who once blocked Lambeth Bridge. They were making an important point in the only way they believed was available to them because the government was refusing to listen. Now, they have been criminalised for trying to save the same government from its own stupidity.

The King has signed into law the Public Order Act that allows the Tories to inflict swingeing punishments on anybody daring to complain about their despotic government and the results of its ridiculous policies.

And Home Secretary Suella Braverman can’t wait to start inflicting.

She has recorded a video clip in which she describes the powers conferred on her by the Act in the most acceptable terms possible. She refers to people who disrupt “our way of life” by going to such extreme lengths as gluing themselves to roadways.

She doesn’t talk about their reasons for going that far.

If she was drawn into discussing them, she would have to accept that her government has refused to discuss the issues protesters are raising in any reasonable way, that they feel forced into more extreme methods of protest simply to raise awareness, and that the punishments she is now able to dish out are disproportionate due to her own intransigence.

No wonder “CremantCommunarde” delivers the verdict we see below:

And so it is.

From the famous “14 signs of fascism” we see that, by criminalising people who are protesting against the destruction of our ecosystem, the government is protecting corporate power (sign nine), identifying enemies as a unifying cause (sign three) and displaying an obsession with crime and punishment (sign 12).

Braverman and the Tories have deliberately pushed decent people into a corner in order to demonise them; make them enemies of “our way of life”. They aren’t your enemy; she is.

If you don’t believe me now, wait until you’ve seen how Braverman and her government put their new powers into practice.


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1 thought on “Braverman’s justification of the Public Order Act is fascism in action

  1. flttymartyn

    The þories are so determined to destroy Britain, destroy the hopes and dreams of the British people, and all for personal power and greed! This vile, callous and evil tory criminal Cartel must be booted out at the earliest opportunity….Why has the ‘king’ signed away our freedoms! This proves now that the monarchy beeds to go! These vastly overpriviledged ,wealthy people should not be around in this day and age!

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