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May 19, 2012


topham.jpeg(Arthur Topham, left)

Nazi Jackboot Tactics in Canada

Opponent of Illuminati Jewish Domination Arrested, Computer Confiscated


Guilty of thought crime






(Editor's Note: Arthur Topham and I have disagreed. For me, Hitler was an Illuminati agent and traitor; for Arthur, he was a hero. Arthur has called me a Zionist shill for besmirching Hitler's good name. Nevertheless Arthur is an outspoken Internet opponent of Jewish domination. His arrest by the RCMP is inspired by the B'nai Brith and confirms his thesis. B'nai Brith-RCMP actions expose the tyranny that has shackled humanity.

Frankly, I can't believe how inept Organized Jewry is. Topham has a tiny following and little influence. This action will bring him and his website, radicalpress.com world wide notoriety. Topham's supporters should appeal to China to protest the violation of free speech & human rights in Canada.)



  




by Paul Fromm


Arthur Topham, publisher of the Radical Press website, was arrested on May 16, 2012, at 11:30 am on the Barkerville Highway near Quesnel, B.C., put in handcuffs and taken to jail.

Apparently, Arthur's home had been staked out for quite some time by the RCMP. The warrant for his arrest read "commission of hate crimes".
 
While in jail, Arthur's house was raided and his computer equipment confiscated, including all his files.

During the raid, Shasta, Arthur's wife, wasn't allowed into her home for 9 hours. Once the RCMP had taken what they wanted -- we wonder where the bugs are now hidden -- and finished questioning Arthur, he was released at 11:00 pm.

Arthur is now back home again, but prohibited from sending ANY emails or expressing any opinions about the issues all too familiar to us. In other words, freedom of speech, which he so passionately fights for, has now been stymied by unconstitutional somersaults, technically and "legally" muzzling him, for the time being. Without compunction, might is right in Canada.

Arthur advises NOT to send him any emails, since those would only wind up at the RCMP instead. What Arthur would like to have send to him -- by snail mail etc. -- is money, since he is -- always has been -- chronically broke. It would help to defray some of the legal expenses he will now incur.

Arthur has asked Doug Christie, prominent defence lawyer in the Ernst Z√ľndel case, for legal assistance and Doug agreed to help him without hesitation.
 
In an interview this evening, Douglas Christie, the Battling Barrister, confirmed that he will be acting for the the freethinker in the Cariboo. We're still waiting for the specifics of the charges.
 
harperisraelflag.jpegThe persecution of Arthur Topham follows the model of the suppression of pro-free speech dissent practised by professional censors and the Zionist lobby and enabled by the laws of Canada.

One route is to tie the dissident up in a lengthy and costly "human rights" hearing. This happened to Terry Tremaine. Next, charge them under the Criminal Code for "hate."  The police raid you and seize (steal) your computer. [Don't count on ever getting it back. When this happened to  lecturer Terry Tremaine, CAFE raised money and replaced it within 10 days.]

The goal is to take away the resources that allow an Internet dissident to function. After some time, the dissident is charged. Then,  a pliant judge imposes bail conditions that involve silencing the dissident. In Mr. Topham's case, he is not allowed to use e-mail.
 
Note that the victim is silenced even though the charges have not been heard. This is turning Anglo-Saxon justice on its head. We presume a person innocent until proven guilty.
 
Arthur is not well off. He has spent thousands of dollars on fighting the now shelved Canadian Human Rights complaint. People who might like to send messages of support or financial assistance to Arthur Topham can reach him at the following address:
 
Arthur Topham,
4633 Barkerville Hwy.,
Quesnel, BC.,
V2J 6T8





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