August 1, 2018
There’s still some fight left in the English after all.
We were all starting to worry.
Tommy Robinson’s conviction for contempt of court has been overturned after a court ruled that the process leading to the conviction of the former leader of the English Defence League ‘was flawed.’
Lord Chief Justice Lord Burnett, along with two other judges, quashed a finding of contempt, ordering a fresh hearing of the allegation. Robinson did not attend court but witnessed his appeal hearing via videolink.
Robinson’s supporters broke into applause as Lord Burnett announced the decision, prompting the judge to order “silence.”
In a summary of the judgement the trio of judges wrote: “Once the appellant had removed the video from Facebook, there was no longer sufficient urgency to justify immediate proceedings.”
Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon, was sentenced to 10 months imprisonment in May for breaching reporting restrictions relating to an ongoing trial.
Well now, what have we learned today, children?
“Teacher, teacher, I know the answer!”
“Yes, Tommy, what is it?”
“When you get in trouble with a corrupt, anti-white court system, you should rally your supporters to take to the streets and put pressure on the authorities to let you out.”
“That’s correct, Tommy. That’s correct.”
Well done to all the soccer hooligans and English chav proles who rioted in the streets and pelted the police with warm beer.
You got your man out.
And you learned a valuable lesson in the process.
Now you know more about how politics works than 90% of people in society.
Keep on doing what you do best, you righteous lads.
This shit works. Let no one say it doesn’t.