All sorts of individuals in the Alt-Lite are reporting that Brittany Pettibone and her Generation Identitare boyfriend Martin Sellner were banned from the UK. While I’m not a fan of Pettibone’s YouTube activities, this incident highlights how backwards the UK has become.
Pettibone and Sellner banned from UK https://t.co/NnxoR3s1Hv
— Lauren Southern (@Lauren_Southern) March 10, 2018
Apparently, they were visiting the UK to interview Tommy Robinson fresh off of his nigger punching escapades in Italy. This is allegedly why they were denied entry.
UPDATE to the Brittany Pettibone and Martin Sellner being arrested in the UK.
Seems like they are going to be deported tomorrow.
They were detained at the airport because they were going to interview @TRobinsonNewEra according to my source.
What's going on in the UK?!?!?
— PeterSweden (@PeterSweden7) March 10, 2018
The UK is a joke. There are all sorts of violent third worlders who they won’t deport because of racism but they ban Pettibone and Sellner from entering the country for their political views. It’s not like their political views are that hardcore either. They just don’t want Europe flooded with third world populations. This is hardly a controversial position.
Yesterday, Martin Sellner and Brittany Pettibone were detained by the UK government. They have declared his talk about free speech too dangerous to be heard. https://t.co/JwOgfnabva #FreeSellner #FreePettibone #SpeakersCorner pic.twitter.com/SIDV3DAFEk
— GenIdentityLondon (@GenIdenLondon) March 10, 2018
Of course the UK is also a place that has fought to ban the President of the United States from visiting. They also sent the leadership of Britain First to prison for saying mean words about Moslems.
Since there is a rising backlash against all of this cultural enrichment, we are seeing increasingly more authoritarian methods being used to stifle descent. This banning of Pettibone and Sellner is just another step towards the UK branding anyone who disagrees with the government as a thought criminal. It is hard to see this as a sustainable situation moving forward.