Kreuzberger wrote: ↑
Sun Sep 16, 2018 8:28 am
The veracity of this, or otherwise, needs to established pretty darn sharp.
This is because the mail have hitherto distanced themselves from the legality of these comments, based on claim that they are a conduit rather than the publishers. If that is shown to be not the case and that they are in fact the authors, they could be looking at potentially thousands of charges of incitement.
Is it too much of a stretch to consider that this information, if true, has been put in to the public domain in order to discredit the old regime?
Squeaky-bum time on a few EU-funded Highland estates this morning.
I agree - handle with caution until verified.
It's a pity that the editor is such a supportive boss.
If he had behaved like as victorian mill owning bully we might expect a flood of disgruntled staff ready to spill the beans.
Alternatively, the fuzz gets a warrant and grabs the appropriate IT kit.
However I fear Incitement by nice white people isn't now and rarely has been far up their agenda.
The educated differ from the uneducated as much as the living from the dead. Aristotle