Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Watch As Chaos Erupts At Tommy Robinson Protest; Police Chased Down Street As 1000s Rage


Ed.  Speaking on behalf of Tommy Robinson, Dutch Member of Parliament Geert Wilders told the assembled crowd of protesters:  It is sad to see how Britain, the cradle of Western democracy and the rule of law, is fast descending into tyranny.” And Wilders is right. The treatment of Robinson is unlawful and disgraceful.

The reason Brits had their firearms confiscated by Big Brother should now be clear to any interested party. Unarmed people are slaves, unable to regain their liberty from the tyrant who disarmed them.


The following article appeared in Zero Hedge.com on June 10th

By Tyler Durden

Tommy Robinson supporters gathering in London to protest Robinson's jailing clashed with police at a Whitehall demonstration amid calls to free the English Defence League founder.
The crowd threw down barriers and attacked police. VIDEO HERE

Robinson was arrested on May 25 outside Leeds Crown Court for reporting on a pedophile grooming trial. After a brief court proceeding in which he did not have access to his lawyer, he was handed a 13-month prison sentence for violating the terms of a suspended sentence on a similar offense.

Over 600,000 people have signed a petition urging Theresa May to step in and free Robinson. 

A squad of riot police blocking the gate down the mall leading to Buckingham Palace got into a scuffle with protesters, who appeared to throw bottles, traffic cones and metal barriers at the officers. 

At one point the police just cut bait and ran: 
London police soon turn and run from crowd. VIDEO HERE

Dutch MP Geert Wilders, 54, showed up for the demonstration to call for Robinson's release.

I am here to tell you that you will never walk alone. And we are here to tell the world, and the UK government in particular: "Free Tommy Robinson!
At this very moment thousands of people are demonstrating all over the world in front of British embassies...all with one important message “Free Tommy”
Downing Street is just around the corner, so maybe once again, as loud as possible we can let them hear our message: "Free Tommy Robinson! -Geert Wilders

This prompted extended chants of ‘Oh, Tommy’ while Wilders continued saying to the crowd: ‘Tommy Robinson is a freedom fighter. He says what no-one dares to say. He has guts. He has courage.’ -Daily Mail

Wilders stated in a Breitbart op-ed: 

Tommy Robinson was arrested on 25 May outside Leeds Crown Court after using social media to broadcast details of an ongoing trial which was subject to reporting restrictions. He was arrested, brought before a judge, and sentenced within five hours. The judge ordered a media ban on his arrest and imprisonment, even forcing British publications to delete their articles about the case.

Such measures are common practice in North Korea and Saudi Arabia. It is sad to see how Britain, the cradle of Western democracy and the rule of law, is fast descending into tyranny. -Breitbart

Robinson, 35, rose to fame as a conservative activist and founder of the English Defence League in Luton, Bedfordshire in 2009. After retiring from the party in 2013, he has continued to advocate for British nationalism and against unchecked migration into Europe.
Police were soon overwhelmed. VIDEO HERE

He has also taken a particular interest in the grooming gang trials - a topic seldom covered by the mainstream press, and which Robinson has been speaking out about since at least 2011. 

The whole subject is so ugly and uncomfortable that very few people care to linger over it. Robinson is an exception. For him — as he said in a 2011 interview with the BBC’s Jeremy Paxman — the “grooming gangs” issue isn’t something that afflicts some far-off towns but people in the working-class communities that he knows. And while there are journalists (notably the Times’ Andrew Norfolk) who have spent considerable time and energy bringing this appalling phenomenon to light, most of British society has turned away in a combination of embarrassment, disgust, and uncertainty about how to even talk about this. Anyone who thinks Britain is much further along with dealing with the taboo of “grooming gangs” should remember that only last year the Labour MP for Rotherham, Sarah Champion, had to leave the shadow cabinet because she accurately identified the phenomenon. -National Review 

As we previously reported, a group of 29 defendants are being tried for historical sex offences against children, split into three trials. Robinson was arrested at the second trial, while the first is ongoing. 

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