May 30, 2018
People are mad about the Tommy Robinson prison sentence for protesting Islamic rape gangs.
The British normie loves Moslems, loves giving their entire society over to them. They don’t mind being blown up occasionally. But this whole thing with picking these 11 and 12-year-old little white girls up outside their school, giving them drugs, gang-raping them and then forcing them into prostitution… that makes even the British normie at least a little bit uncomfortable.
You’d think the British state would be choosing its battles a little bit more carefully.
Do they really want to set a new standard of speech restriction in defense of sex trafficking gangs?
The entire right-wing is making this into a cause célèbre.
It’s a good move.
Anti-Islam Dutch politician Geert Wilders has criticized the arrest of Tommy Robinson, who was detained last week after drawing attention to a trial of an alleged Muslim child abuse gang,“ as an attack on free speech.
“I am here because I am shocked and outraged. What happened in the United Kingdom last week is an absolute disgrace,” the Dutch parliamentarian said while standing outside the UK Embassy in the Hague. “Freedom of speech is being violated all over Europe, and also in Britain. The lights of freedom are going out. Islam critics are taken to court, jailed, or targeted with fatwas.”
Calling Robinson a “freedom fighter,” Wilders called on the UK – “once a bastion of freedom of speech” – to stop “behaving like North Korea and Saudi Arabia” and “gagging its people” while Muslims are “pampered, protected and defended.”
— Geert Wilders (@geertwilderspvv) May 26, 2018
Tommy Robinson was jailed on Friday, after live streaming from outside the courthouse in Leeds, initially for “intent to breach the peace,” though he did not have a chance to broadcast anything before he was hauled away. Robinson was then reportedly ordered by the judge to serve out a conditional 13-month sentence for contempt of court, handed down last year for a similar incident, in which he turned up outside a live court hearing as a “citizen reporter.”
Robinson is currently believed to be in Hull Prison, according to social media reports.
The judge ordered a media blackout of the coverage of the case Robinson attended “to avoid a substantial risk to the administration of justice in these proceedings.” More unusually, the details of the Robinson arrest and sentencing itself have also fallen under the media ban, at least until the end of the current trial.
It’s “unusual” because it’s new.
UPDATE 2: Mirror's article on Tommy Robinson's arrest is ALSO GONE.
Media stories are being SUPPRESSED.
— Nick Monroe (@nickmon1112) May 25, 2018
They are introducing a new method of dealing with persons who question the system.
But it’s only new in Britain. It’s been done before.
The Jews always desire an NKVD-type situation where they can simply disappear people, throw them into a mass grave without anyone knowing about it.
A UKIP MEP is also using this situation as a political talking point, attacking Theresa May’s newly-minted Paki Home Secretary.
Tommy Robinson latest: UKIP Peer Malcolm Lord Pearson has written to Home Secretary Sajid Javid today saying : if Tommy is murdered or injured in prison he and others will mount a private prosecution against Mr Javid as an accessory, or for misconduct in public office. pic.twitter.com/UMkXqBVLoR
— Gerard Batten MEP (@GerardBattenMEP) May 27, 2018
The Home Secretary being a literal Paki, one has to wonder about a conflict of interests.
Did he visit the brothels these men were running? Or does he prefer little boys?
Meanwhile, a German AfD MP is calling for Germany to give asylum to Tommy Robinson.
Populist Alternative for Germany MP Petr Bystron has announced he wants to try and help Tommy Robinson claim asylum in Germany and spoke exclusively to Breitbart London on the political oppression of opponents of the establishment.
The populist MP announced over the weekend that he wanted to help former English Defence League leader turned citizen journalist Tommy Robinson to claim asylum in Germany following Robinson’s recent arrest.
Calling Robinson a “political prisoner”, Mr. Bystron expressed concern over the growing number of arrests and legal cases being brought up against both members and supporters of populist movements and activist organisations.
“We have two points,” he said. “The first is not only is he a politically persecuted person, now he’s become a political prisoner, which is one level higher.”
“The second point is, as we all know, it’s a danger for his life. He’s going to be in prison with 80 per cent Muslims,” he said and added: “We were thinking about it, you know, how could we help?”
“We’ve seen there has been a high level of opposition throughout Europe against this act. So we said, ‘Okay now society is reacting but we need not only banners, not only stickers but something else, something real,’” he said and noted the move was also a criticism of Germany’s open border migrant policy during the 2015 migrant crisis.
Of course, what Tommy did is even more illegal in Germany than it is in Britain.
So I don’t think this is a real case he is making, it is just a rhetorical thing, to draw attention to the fact that across Europe, anyone who questions the Jewish agenda of mass immigration is being brutally silenced by the state.
And it’s happening in America, too. Just in a different way.
In America, “private companies” are shutting down the internet, and activists are being sued in civil court with fake lawsuits designed to bankrupt.
Yeah, it’s better not to go to prison. Sure. But silenced is silenced.
The message is loud and clear in all white countries: “these goyim need to shut their filthy mouths, lay down and die as we replace them with brown people.”
Tommy Robinson is not someone I was ever a huge fan of.
But if this becomes a flashpoint for a discussion of free speech in the age of mass immigration, then that is a very good thing.