Old Holborn's appeal to pay Nick Hogan's fine has reached its target. In a matter of days.
ASH (Wales indoctrination chapter), the tyrannical inquisition pretending to be concerned for you non-smoker's health, the hideous band of control freaks who are in the news every day, who pronounce their doctrines based on pretend science and twisted realities, managed to obtain charitable donations from the public of £2,697 IN AN ENTIRE YEAR.
A blog managed to raise £9,712 to release a victim of ASH's indoctrinations IN UNDER A WEEK.
Think about that for a moment, you rabid antismokers. While it's trying to get past your conditioning, here's a hammer to drive it home with.
ASH are funded by the makers of nicotine gum, patches and pills - the only thing ASH will accept as stop-smoking devices and which don't work - to the tune of £45,168. Why do you think they want to push smokers onto those things? For the good of their health? For the good of yours? Or for the money?
Money trumps life for the Righteous, and ASH are models of Righteousness.
There is some kind of spat between OH and Freedom2choose. Seems F2C found an anonymous donor willing to loan the money to get Nick Hogan out early and want OH to repay him. I've dealt with PayPal and one thing is for sure, getting your cash out of them isn't a quick process. It will take a few days before the funds are cleared in a bank account and available to be withdrawn in cash. So blaming OH for not having the money this afternoon is a little over the top. It's simply not possible.
Expecting OH to transfer all the donations into the account of someone he doesn't know is also unreasonable. I am not saying there's anything out of the ordinary going on but this is the Internet and let's face it, it's full of dodgy characters. OH is right to be cautious.
The only aim of the fund is to get Nick Hogan out of jail. His crime is to stand up for our right to choose. Not, as the brainwashed drones of ASH would howl, 'the right to poison everyone's air'. The right to choose. We don't want to be out on the street and you antismokers don't want us out there. We want to be in those pubs and transport cafes you antismokers never visited anyway. You threw us outside and now complain that we are outside. Now you have brought the country to this -
Nick Hogan was convicted of a political crime and imprisoned for being unable to pay the fines, which were imposed by a court that was perfectly aware he would not be able to pay them. They knew, when they imposed the fines, that they were going to jail him for non-payment and that was always the intention. To make an example. He did not refuse to pay. He was unable to pay.
A political prisoner in a debtor's prison. In the UK. You, antismokers, made this happen. Your drooling spite has made this country less free than Cuba. And you moronic cretins really believe this technique will only be used against smokers, don't you?
That is what we must fight. Injustice. Soviet-style show trials based on oppressive and unfair laws. It must stop now because it is already an offence to 'not agree with the law' on smoking, and it is a trivial matter to extend that to 'not agreeing with the government' on anything.
We are fighting the Righteous here. Not each other. Infighting will put us back outside those pub doors. The pubs will die. ASH will win.
The Righteous are exceptionally good at splitting groups that oppose them. Somewhere in this spat is the hand of a Righteous. It is not one of the visible combatants. It never is.
But it's there. Whispering words of division and hate and 'see, the other guy wants to push you aside'. Sly weasel words of paranoia and mistrust. Sowing discord behind the scenes. Breaking us into factions so we can't fight effectively.
It's how they work and they are very, very good at it. Know your enemy and more importantly, know your friends.
UPDATE: F2C have removed the rant. Good. Divided, we will fail. The matter has been enough to put OH off doing this again, which is not good. If Anna Raccoon and OH had not done this, Mr. Hogan would have months, not days, of jail time still to face. I think that is worth keeping in mind.