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As many of you will know after the Soubry incident I was visited by Prevent, which is part of the UK’s Counter Terrorism Strategy known as CONTEST. Prevent works to stop individuals from getting involved or supporting terrorism or extremist activity. So why on Earth were they knocking on my door? When they should be focusing on the thousands of jihadists that are currently roaming our streets and undoubtedly pose a threat to our national security. Within 24 hours of the 2nd incident at Parliament I was permanently banned on Facebook, which was an attempt to silence me, I was stripped of my PayPal account which has removed a vital source of income along with my Patreon account.

I was then arrested for the Soubry incidents and given some of the most draconian bail conditions, redolent of Galileo’s house arrest. Since then I’ve been forced to live in Manchester, which has not only affected my income but has also prevented me from seeing my young daughter. I’ve been the victim of doxing from the mainstream media, Metropolitan Police Force, Greater Manchester Police and also those delightful social justice warriors. This has not deterred me, in fact it has made me more resolved to make a difference in our country. On Monday 25th March I was wrongfully arrested for breaching my bail conditions, whilst attending the Police station in compliance with the said conditions, I was told I would be remanded and brought before a court the next day, only to be released 7 hours later without charge.

As most people will know I’ve been very active over the past year and this has come with both financial & personal sacrifices. I intend to continue the work I’ve started, however I can’t do this alone. Unfortunately I don’t have any big sponsors or backers. I rely on contributions from like minded, decent people. With pending court cases I don’t intend on giving them any more ammunition to arrest me and I’m now switching my focus to a more journalistic approach, reporting on rallies and commentating online. Any contribution no matter how small will be gratefully received and would help me tremendously.