Thought Crime Trial of Arthur Topham Underway in Canada

Non-Aligned Media
Brandon Martinez
Oct. 30, 2015

As I reported in my latest e-book Criminalizing Dissent: The West Bows to Zionism, the major driving force behind ‘hate speech’ censorship laws throughout the Western world is Organized Zionism.

This is especially true in Canada, where the country’s ‘hate laws’ – which have been used to quell the politically incorrect views of mainly white males – are particularly Orwellian.

A perennial victim of the manic censors that wield considerable power in Canada has undoubtedly been British Columbia native Arthur Topham.

Topham is a dissident writer and publisher of the Radical Press website, which espouses anti-Zionist, pro-peace and anti-globalist views.

Back in 2007, an operative of the secretive and dangerous Jewish-Zionist organization, B’nai B’rith Canada, instigated a ‘hate speech’ complaint against Topham’s website under the notoriously draconian Section 13 law, which in effect made it illegal to express even truthful viewpoints online or in print about wrongdoing committed by Jewish people throughout history. “Truth is not a defense,” the thought crime defendants were told by quasi-judicial ‘human rights commissions’ reminiscent of Stalin’s rigged Soviet courts.

Fortunately, that charge eventually fizzled out after the neocon regime of Stephen Harper repealed Section 13 in 2013. That vile ‘law’ was scrapped by Ottawa, not because Harper actually believes in free speech (he has implemented other freedom-crushing legislation, like Bill C-51), but because his Zionist handlers decided that the law was not conducive to the Zionist agenda of vilifying Muslims in the mainstream media. Thus Section 13 became a double edged sword for the Zionists as some Muslims took Jews to court for attacking their faith. Hence Harper’s decision to do away with it.

But another hate speech law exists in the Canadian criminal code which is the one currently being used as a bludgeon against Topham by the same Zionist conspirators that schemed to shut down Radical Press in 2007. In 2012, just as substantial momentum was building to see Section 13 out the door, the Zionists succeeded in persuading the farcical BC ‘Hate Crimes Unit’ to unleash a ‘hate’ charge against Topham, this time under the criminal code. He stands accused of “wilfully promoting hatred” of Jews,  an ill-defined criminal offence in the nations of Canada, Australia and dozens of European states.

Topham is a peaceful man who does not promote violence or harm to anyone, and none of his writings to date contains ‘hateful’ language against Jews as a collective. He is nonetheless a stalwart anti-Zionist – that is not to say he is against all Jews but only the supremacist and troublemaking ones – who recognizes that when one single ethnic/religious group achieves a monopoly over the press, banking and government institutions, they are likely to abuse that power to the detriment of the 99% of the rest of us who don’t belong to that particular privileged tribe.

In that sense Topham is right, Jews do indeed have way too much power (even for their own good) and have taken advantage of their privileged position in society to abuse others and promote sectarian agendas that significantly harm other groups; the ‘war on terror’ and ‘hate speech laws’ case in point.

Topham’s trial began this week. He potentially faces up to two years in prison for expressing non-violent political views that the establishment finds offensive to their continued grip on power.

The trial itself is a disgrace and should have never been prosecuted to begin with. What Topham has done and is doing is not a crime but a public service. Even if you don’t agree with all of his views, his right to express them should be protected.

We at NAM urge our readers to raise awareness about this affront to freedom of expression in the so-called ‘enlightened West’ and root for a swift victory for Mr. Topham; for if he loses freedom itself is lost.

You can donate to his defence fund HERE.

Copyright 2015 Non-Aligned Media

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>