Threatening people is what makes Britain great, reveals survey

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Being able to threaten people who have a different opinion is the cornerstone of British democracy, according to a survey of freedom-loving UK patriots.

The survey, which was carried out by people who repeatedly use the word ‘truth’ in their social media bios, found that British values, such as threats of violence and intimidation instilled a sense of intense national pride.

“My grandfather fought in the war so that I could I go on Twitter and threaten to rape someone,” said Simon Williams from the campaign group Respect Free Speech Or We’ll Rape You.

“If he was alive today, I’m sure he’d be upholding the democracy he fought for by attempting to shut people down with rape threats.

“The trouble with anti-free speech libtards is that they don’t understand what the poppy represents.”

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