The man is a 24-year-old fan of the largely Protestant football team Rangers. And he was recently found guilty of singing a song called “The Billy Boys”, which is an anti-Catholic song that Rangers fans have been singing for years.
Under Scotland’s Orwellian Offensive Behaviour at Football Act, he was sentenced to four months in jail for songcrimes. We’ve had
thoughtcrime and speechcrime — now we have songcrime.
...His name is Dan Parks. He’s a painter. He does paintings which he
says are designed to challenge political correctness and to rattle the
authorities. And they can certainly be described as offensive and racist
works. For this, he was sent to jail for six months at the end of last
year and his artworks were destroyed by the Swedish state.
...In Spain, a rapper called Pablo Hasel was recently released from a
two-year prison sentence for the crime of singing songs that contained
And on, and on.
And the leftists and other fools think we should copy them.