Editor's Note:  Do you think the beating took place at the hands of jihadis?  Just saying.

British authorities set this up to happen, and whatever you may think of Britain First, it’s an ominous development.

Jihadis are never beaten up in British prisons, but prison officials obviously exposed Golding to danger from people who hated him.

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Totalitarian states jail people for saying things they don’t like and then expose them to violence in prison.

Britain is quickly becoming a totalitarian state in which foes of jihad terror are first victimized by the government and then brutalized by thugs as officials look on.

“Britain First leader Paul Golding ‘beaten up by inmates in prison’ days after being jailed,” by Flora Thompson, Independent, March 16, 2018:

Police are investigating reports the leader of far-right group Britain First was beaten up in prison – exactly a week after he was jailed for hate crimes.

Paul Golding, 36, was allegedly attacked by two inmates at HMP Elmley, on the Isle of Sheppey, Kent, according to sources.

The 36-year-old has now been separated from other inmates at the category C prison by being moved to another unit, PA understands.

Kent Police confirmed it was investigating a report of an assault at the prison between 4.15pm and 4.30pm on Wednesday.

The force said it did not confirm the identity of victims but added: “The victim is alleged to have been punched by two other inmates, causing him to suffer minor facial injuries.

“Enquiries into the incident are ongoing.”

A Prison Service spokesman added: “We do not comment on individual prisoners.”

Golding was found guilty on 7 March at Folkestone Magistrates’ Court of religiously-aggravated harassment alongside deputy leader Jayda Fransen which they carried out in Kent in May last year.

The court heard the pair launched a political campaign in which they claimed to be trying to expose Muslim men who were the subject of a rape trial.

Instead they ended up branding innocent people who practised the faith but were associated with the case as paedophiles and rapists….

Article posted with permission from Robert Spencer

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