Skip to comments.Neo-Nazi couple who named baby after Hitler sentenced to prison for being part of terrorist group
Posted on 12/18/2018 3:19:15 PM PST by EdnaMode
A British neo-Nazi couple who named their son after Adolf Hitler was sentenced Tuesday to several years in prison for being part of a terrorist group.
Adam Thomas, 22, was sentenced to six years and six months in prison, while Claudia Patatas, 38, was jailed for five years, Sky News reported.
Thomas and Patatas were found guilty for being members of National Action, a far-right neo-Nazi organization in the United Kingdom that was banned in 2016. Judge Melbourne Inman QC, who handed down the sentence, said the group had horrific aims.
"Its aims and objectives are the overthrow of democracy in this country by serious violence and murder, and the imposition of a Nazi-style state which would eradicate whole sections of society by such violence and mass murder," the judge said.
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There was a New Jersey couple that named their kid Adolf Hitler and I believe they state tried to take the kid away.
The Nazi-inspired names came to light after a store refused to decorate a birthday cake reading ‘Happy birthday Adolf Hitler’ in December 2008.
Where are the cake NAZIs when you need them? Oh wait...
Their mistake. Should have named the kid Hilter, and ther’d be no problemo.
When does membership in the terrorist organization known as “Islam” get you locked up in Britain?
They advocate the enslavement of the entire global population and the extermination of anyone who disagrees.
‘BabyAdolf’ in the tags, ROFLMAO!
Anyhow, I worked with a guy who was NUTS for actor Al Pacino.
He named his first born son, ‘Alpacino.’
At least it wasn’t, ‘Robertdeniro!’ ;)
There is always a reason why people joins such groups. Maybe they are tired of being discriminated against. Everyone has rights, except straight white males. Perhaps this was there way of protesting against political correctness. Why isn’t the media putting out articles about how we must understand there point of view, the same way the media does for ISIS members?
Does not compute. Nazism is far-left.
Yet the moslems, who have exactly the same agenda, are welcomed with open arms...
Okay but me (not in the U.S. though because of our bill of righrs), but why aren’t people who name their kids Mohammed thrown in Jail in Britain? These guys are the problem, nnot some Hitler fans.
And why is it the same guys don’t want anything to do with pork but ‘ham’ is in all their names?
How queer, every known wolf terrorist attack by Islamists never amounted to criminal prosecution BEFORE they struck.
Nope, after they kill lowly kufir, we are told that they were on terrorist watch lists.
Why not lock up all of the militant terrorists? Neo-nazis, antifa, anarchists, Communists, and Islamists?
How do National Socialists become “far-right?”
“a far-right neo-Nazi”
Meanwhile Leftists calling Bush and Trump and Limbaugh et al “Hitler” is sacred.
Discrimination is universal, it is a intrinsic human trait to fear those not from your tribe or look like you. Most people learn to overcome fears and prejudices. Mainly because they have faith in their own abilities.
Most bigots have unresolved inferiority complex.
When muslims he enslave people and exterminate anyone who disagrees, it's OK. Because all cultures are equal.
There are always reasons.
Maybe they are tired of being discriminated against.
Doubtful. You have to be pretty crazy to worship Hitler.
And it's the other way around. Once somebody becomes a Nazi, they start thinking they've been discriminated against all over the place.
Everyone has rights, except straight white males.
She's not a white male. And I guess she was doing pretty well for an immigrant. So why the rage?
As for the guy, maybe they should have let him convert and worry about his instability later:
“Maybe they are tired of being discriminated against.”
Maybe, it could be, that being tired of being discriminated against is not a rational to advocate the extermination a race of humans.
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