Tommy Robinson Trial Thread

The BBC will tread carefully with the retrial of Tommpy Robinson on Tuesday – if it goes ahead . The whole MSM will be jumping over each other to     Hate and undermine him and what he says .

Please use this thread for the coverage .

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  1. Will Jones says:



  2. TheRebelUK says:

    I wonder if Tommy will get as little airtime on the BBC as they did for that Muslim raping gang this week. If I remember correctly, the BBC gave the Muslim raping gang approximately half a day of news on It’s website. Then on its BBC TV news the Muslim raping gang got news reports for a day.

    So how will they report the truth speaker Tommy Robinson?


    • TrueToo says:


      Somehow I don’t think BBC hacks are going to descend in numbers on his trial and cheer him on for speaking truth to power.


    • Moodswing6 says:

      They will condescendingly refer to him as Yaxley Lennon the far right co founder of the EDL. The bastards at the BBC will continue to smugly character assasinate him. Using Google it refers to him as a POLITICAL ACTIVIST, with the rest of the information linked to Wikipedia. When you proceed to their site it says at the top against Tommy’s name only ACTIVIST. In the following information given it clearly refers to him as an ENGLISH FAR RIGHT ACTIVIST.
      When you click on the far right link it describes this as extreme nationalism, nativist ideologies and authoritarian tendencies.
      It goes onto to say that far right politics is often used to describe
      Nazism, chauvinist, xenophobic, racist, anti communist or reactionary views.

      Telling the truth gets you character assassinated however if your Muslim and actively encouraging and recruiting people to kill and rape you get out of jail early with state protection paid for by us. Go on BBC character assasinate a decent man telling the truth while defending Muslim filth. Bastard British Broadcasting C…s


      • Ian Rushlow says:

        Wikipedia: ‘the bathroom wall of the internet’. Interesting documentary on RT about how it is an establishment tool:


  3. TrueToo says:

    The long arm of the law used to mean they would eventually catch you, so watch out, bad guys.

    In Tommy Robinson’s case I guess it means the long arm will stretch his trials out simply to punish him, innocent though he is of any real crime.

    The whole saga is really quite remarkable. This small, plucky working-class guy has become a symbol of the backbone of Britain. If the cowards of the treacherous establishment break him, they will at the same time break much that is great about the country – much that made it admired around the world.


  4. petebogtrott says:

    I hope my children get to live in a free and fair UK,but I think not. The children of to day and tomorrow will never enjoy the freedoms we took for granted when we were young. The police state is with us,anyone who rocks the boat and tell things like it is will and does feel the weight of the establishment. Whilst those who are hell bent in destroying our way of life,values,etc can do no wrong. I’m glad I’ll be long gone when it hits the fan,but by then it will be to late.


  5. StewGreen says:

    What’s that you say Hitler ? “Diane Abbot is more of a Nazi”


    • Moodswing6 says:

      This had me in stitches. It’s exactly the kind of satire that turns me on. All the fun has disappeared down the dunny.


  6. StewGreen says:

    I see Ruptly are promising a live feed of the TR crowd tomorrow from 8:30am There’s a blank page there now until the beginning.
    They’ll be other lifestreams of course Like Real bases Amy, or redpill phil etc.
    I see a few feeds are setting up if you search Youtube for Old Bailey
    I guess Antifa will try to start a fight.

    Beware against fake vids on Youtube, I see some extraordinary claims and of course they are probably NOT true.


  7. jip says:

    If Yvette cooper and Naz “while girls should shut up about being raped” Shah had anything to do with it, you’d never hear about Tommy even again… he’d be down their Orwellian memory hole. This is like something out of a Stephen King Novel:


    • TheRebelUK says:

      Saw this comment on Breitbart from British Patriot..
      “And now the long tradition of using metaphor and hyperbole in everyday speech submits to political correctness, with the main stream media leading the charge. Whatever next – trainee soldiers being summarily discharged for taking a selfie with a controversial media personality with alleged links to extremism (but not for example Jeremy Corbyn), oh wait…”
      I thought that was great comment.
      If the left continue to try and force their biased beliefs onto to the rest of us they will fail. More people are not trusting msm and instead are learning to hear all sides of a debate and then make their own informed choice.

      The left want to control the masses rather than have free speech and free thought. They preach to want freedom for all yet want to take away both. They will fail.


    • Englands Dreaming says:

      What a joke, these MP’s are just grandstanding virtue signallers. Mr Google was sharp enough to hold his ground and not to admit to anything. Could any of these MP’s actually point to an example of TR actually anything extremist (ie not factually correct) or inciting violence?

      The number one cause of “far right” radicalisation I would suggest is the State’s failure to address the problems raised by TR and others.


    • oldcrone says:

      He was not killed … he ha a heart attack!


    • oldcrone says:

      He was not killed … he ha a heart attack!


  8. jip says:

    The ex-Muslim masked Arab does some great verifiable vid’s on Islam, with Koran, and Hadith references…

    And Act 17 Apologetics:


    • jip says:

      Just for making fun of Islam:


    • jip says:

      Knowledge is power!!!


    • NameNotNumber says:

      Camel pee good? Apple sponsored soap opera ‘Neighbours’ is currently promoting bottled ‘human pee good’ – I think they call it ‘Tinkle’ – seems to be going down very well in Ramsay Street.


  9. Richard Pinder says:

    South Yorkshire Police must be inundated with people suffering from the illegal fear of Muslims, called Islamophobia. They say its even worse in Sweden. But the Hungarian government is having none of it.

    The BBC and the Liberal elite are safe for now. They gate off their territory from the rest of us, using licence fee money to pay security guards to create a hard border between BBC territory and the rest of Britain.



    • jip says:

      If this was the London police commissioner he lock himself in the car during such a rape incident, while radioing to HQ to order a ramp up of recording non-crime hate incidents… for the coming clampdown on citizens who are sick of this crap.


      • LynetteO says:

        Factual information may be useful on a site such as this . This is just some of the info I found at t that should be of interest.Written by Denis MacEoin PhD a specialist in Islamic Studies who has contributed to the multi-volume Encyclopedia of Islam (2nd. Ed.), the vast Encyclopedia Iranica, the Oxford Encyclopedia of Islam in the Modern World.

        Traditional and current Islamic culture with regard to sexuality differs markedly from that of the West. As in the Judaeo-Christian universe, women are restricted and men are given superior rights, but Islam, both as a religion and a culture, has a very different set of rules and legal codes for relations between the sexes, both in the obvious ways (burqas, niqabs, and hijabs) and in less familiar concepts. It is possible that these differences that go far to explain why child sexual grooming gangs and the collective sexual harassment of women have taken hold in some places.

        Here are a few of those differences. Shari’a law allows a man up to four wives, but women only one husband. Shari’a law also allows a man the right to have sexual relations with as many slave girls or concubines as he can afford (hence the sometimes massive harems kept by Muslim rulers, officials, and wealthy men). Shari’a law also allows a man the freedom to divorce a wife sometimes by as little as saying three times “I divorce you”. The practice was outlawed in India only this year, and rights for divorce are much harder for a woman to exercise.

        Shari’a law allows a man in Shi’i Islam the liberty of taking a temporary wife in mut’a (“pleasure”) marriage in a contract for as short as an hour; and, in some places in Sunni Islam, to have a “traveller’s wife” or wives in misyar marriage when travelling from home. To add to all this, men are granted houris (beautiful virgin companions) when they pass into eternal life, with some 70 reserved for martyrs. In one famous statement by a religious scholar, “the erection is eternal”.[1]

        Although Muslim men are, of course, no different from the rest of us, nevertheless, all the rules governing sexuality may be easily found in the learned tomes of Shari’a law, enforced by fatwas from jurisprudents, and enshrined in the judicial systems of more than one Islamic country in the present day.

        The result is the perpetuation of attitudes towards women that often appear to debase them and allow men to treat them with contempt. Sadly, in the case of Britain’s grooming gangs, religious ideology does not play a role in forbidding child sexual grooming. It is important to examine, as we shall do in Part 3, just how crucial a factor this seems to have been in community silence about them.


        • tarien says:

          Just give us part 3. I have been reading much about Shari’a law for several years and discovered how very complicated the teachings of Islam can be-not always quite as simple as one might think-indeed being Sunni or Shia or involved in another tibal faction can have bring a different aspect to the ideology.
          Sharia as we know is the word for the moral and religious code, as well as the legal code, for those who follow the Islamic faith.
          Sharia deals with several topics which are addressed by secular law; these include crime, politics, and economics. Sharia also governs personal matters such as sexual intercourse, hygiene, diet, prayer, everyday etiquette and fasting. Though interpretations of sharia vary between cultures, in its strictest and most historically coherent definition it is considered the infallible law of God—as opposed to the human interpretation of the laws.
          Sharia is derived from a variety of sources including the Koran (the Islamic holy book), the ahadith (the sayings and actions of the Islamic Prophet Mohammed), consensus among scholars, and Islamic jurisprudence. There are several different ‘schools’ of Islamic law and some variety of interpretation; however on many major issues – such as those mentioned – there are points of uniformity.


    • boohanna says:

      “The BBC and the Liberal elite are safe for now.”



  10. taffman says:

    Another stabbing in London and nowt on Al Beeb’s front page ? Perhaps they don’t work night shift ? Or perhaps their reporters have not seen the morning newspapers yet ?


  11. theisland says:

    Cassandra Fairbanks is one of the journalists crowdfunded by Ezra Levant to cover TR’s case.

    Robinson explained that he is going to court tomorrow and will be reading a statement after getting rid of one of his legal representatives who attempted to get him to plead guilty. He also happens to be a judge at the Old Bailey — where Robinson’s case is being heard.
    … his new barrister is also certain that he will be returning to prison, since he refuses to plead guilty.


    • tarien says:

      What on earth are they about to find him guilty of? Here in the UK one is innocent until proven guilty not the other way around as on the Continent. Those bringing the case against Robinson must show clear and defined reasons for his guilt. I like many despair of our Judicial respnsibility and often bias.


  12. Dystopian says:

    I was listening to Talk Radio yesterday around 4:30-5:00pm.
    Saira Khan was having a rant about “Asian” paedophiles and how they make her ashamed and angry. She said the elephant in the room was that they are “in fact ‘Asian’ men.
    She talked about how it was acceptable their “culture” for a “70 year old man to marry a 13 year old girl”.
    She still couldn’t bring herself to mention the “M” word behind the “culture” or the fact that the great prophet himself didn’t marry a 13 year old, but indeed a 6 year old.
    The thought came to mind though, that apart from the issue of the “M” word, she was only saying exactly what Tommy Robinson has been saying for years.
    So tell me again, why is TR facing prison for discussing exactly what Saira Khan was discussing on national radio???


    • Anne says:

      Interesting word, “culture”. We hear about it a lot but what does it actually mean?

      It used to mean high art – the sort that that you actually need exceptional talent to create. Think Kenneth Clark. That’s gone. Now, in so-called creative circles, it means any old tat. Everything is equal.

      In this context it is used to describe certain lifestyles or choices, particularly by ethnic groups. It says nothing, however, about where these practices come from. That is the intention. It trivialises undesirable practices, implying that they are mere conventions which will change. It avoids any suggestion that they may be very deeply embedded as a result of religious diktat.

      Yes, sure, such and such a difference might be “cultural” but, for God’s sake, WHY? Where does culture come from? What shapes it?


      • Terminal Moraine says:

        Anne good point. It is clear that the beeb and most of the media are wilfully ignorant about the relationship between ideology, culture and behaviour.

        It is a progressive’s fantasy that because we are all share the planet on a physical level, that differences at psychological and religious/spiritual levels won’t cause significant friction. It is an error and a pipe dream to think one type of interconnectivity will play out equally in all other realms.

        The BBC fawns over World Afro Day or Muslim dating advisors but cannot confront some of the problematic aspects of culture clashes. Sadly it’s a Disneyland view of reality that they don’t show any signs of growing out of.


  13. EnglandExpects says:

    One reason why the establishment can target Tommy Robinson is that so few others are brave enough to mount public campaigns against mass Muslim migration and the implications of this and the high Muslim birth rate for our culture and way of life. We shouldn’t be surprised, because most of us are not prepared to risk our homes, jobs and family by speaking out. We would have to face the risk of both Muslim retaliation and of persecution by our government, police and judiary if we had a public profile on this issue.
    However, eventually the movement to speak out against the Islamic invasion of Britain will have to broaden out beyond Robinson and football style protest marches by EDF or ex EDF people. A broader based movement would have to be given more respect by government and would make it somewhat safer to speak out.
    On the specifics of Robinson’s arrest , there should be a campaign to have less restrictive reporting laws while trials are in progress. Other countries do not seem to take the view that such publicity is prejudicial to defendants. We must also ask why some of these Muslim rape gang members are given bail after being charged and also given light sentences when convicted so that they can return to the scene of their crimes within a few years.


  14. LastChanceSaloon says:

    Time for some permanent commemoration of this hero.
    All thoroughfares named after a black South African terrorist should be renamed.
    Tommy Robinson Avenue, Tommy Robinson Close. Sounds sweet to me.

    Some thouroughfares should be renamed as warnings to the future.
    Clegg the dead traitor gutter.
    Corbyn the terrorist lover path.
    May the dead end.

    With some celebratory changes.
    Dead and buried EU strasse.
    Rue Euros were abandoned.

    Next we need a specially painted portrait of TR in Westminster, maybe several portraits. Why not?
    He has done more for the real people of the UK than all current Westminster inhabitants. Perhaps TR and Saint Margaret as pendants.

    Then there is the matter of statues. Pull down all the PC non-entities or worse. UK heroes/heroines on every street corner.
    Hereward the Wake, Wild Edric, Caratacus, King Arthur, TR.

    Perhaps we can have some statues of genuine European heroes. Charles Martel, John Sobieski, Viktor Orban.

    Plenty of scope for BBBC imagination.


  15. G.W.F. says:

    From the Independent
    ‘The Old Bailey is rehearing allegations of contempt that originally saw Robinson jailed for 13 months in May. He had broadcast a Facebook Live video for more than an hour outside Leeds Crown Court, during a series of three linked grooming trials that were covered by blanket reporting restrictions.’

    In the same article

    ‘The hearing itself is due to start at 10am, when we will be bringing you live coverage from inside court.’


    • Fedup2 says:

      Ms Dearden – the Far Left Indy journo has a thing for TR – she even put a picture of her self hold a sign saying “ refugees welcome “ on her twitter page – I’m sure she thinks about the young white girls raped by her Muslim friends in Huddersfield and other towns around the country …. on. Not


  16. Guest Who says:

    Metro retweets the Metro.



  17. theisland says:


  18. StewGreen says:

    The livefeeds show the same context
    women, and mixed races present ..stella artois doesn’t some up that crowd


    • StewGreen says:

      another live feed
      street is clearly absolutely packed
      ..Another live feed

      This isn’t a wekend or paid day out
      Many will have taken a day off work to be out


      • Guest Who says:

        8 million at least.

        And as I counted, it is true.

        Also, this becomes policy. Now. Apparently.

        Have Antifa kicked off yet in a Pret to show how polite they are?


        • StewGreen says:

          The Australian arabic looking Tommy supporter was up on stage and moved the camera to the back
          “See that barrier there that’s the non-working people the antifa”
          you see a small crowd , no noise
          swings camera 180, “This is the working people”
          The shot shows packed streets at all 3 angles

          oh my previous typo “sum-up”


          • NameNotNumber says:

            Ezra Levant namechecks BBC to a loud chorus of boos from assembly. Got to love it!


    • StewGreen says:

      That live stream has ended others continue
      They’ll be waiting for TR to appear I guess


  19. G.W.F. says:

    Has the Home Secretary announced his verdict to the TR trial judge yet? All I can see on the you tube coverage are crowds. The media keep on telling us that his real name is Yaxley…..


    • Fedup2 says:

      Ha ha
      The MSM seem to be avoiding the TR trial and concentrating on one of their own coming to a sticky end …
      my betting is putting the trial off again to increase the bill for the defence – Standard State practice .


  20. StewGreen says:

    Breaking : hearing near end : moved to Attorney General at a later date
    @ezralevant tweets
    The judge says that Tommy’s proposed witness statement is quite controversial, and therefore the matter is properly put to the AG, and that he will NOT conduct the re-hearing himself!
    * So this is being rescheduled.*
    The judge is being very careful in his reasoning; I think he was ready to do a proper job; but Tommy’s issues, prospectively raised in his witness statement, has convinced him it ought to be a proper hearing, in an adversarial setting, with cross-examination, etc.

    Yep 7 mins ago Ezra confirmed
    “And we’re done. The court is over. The judge is gone.”

    How the heck could anyone not see at first glance that the Leeds contempt trial was flawed
    when it’s taking 3 seperate Old Bailey appearances to get to a retrial.
    And what a stupid system that the judge could have phoned Tommy’s team each day
    to say “oh I’m postponing or redirecting the trial” why tie up the time of thousands f people just for ten minutes each time ?

    Ezra has a different count
    \\ So we will have a 6th court hearing.
    And likely a 7th, where the decision is issued.
    And an 8th, where Tommy surely appeals. //


    • Fedup2 says:

      Thanks stew – you beat my forecast by seconds – they’ll push this into 2019 – smells so much of abuse of process and indirectly encourages TR to either stay silent or fall foul of state repression again this getting him banged up so that the Muslims can murder him .
      Welcome to a New British State


      • G.W.F. says:

        Yes, I was about to post the same from the Mirror.
        Apparently – my interpretation – Home Secretary, Savid Javid , has instructed the judge to prolong the matter until after the fate of Treezer has been sorted out.

        The entire world are disgusted with the British Government who appear to be supported only by the loony far left, UAF, Antifa, Class War and of course the state broadcaster.

        MPs are complaining about nasty things said about Treezer, after this TR stunt she deserves what some of the Moslem rape victims got.


        • G says:

          “The entire world are disgusted with the British Government who appear to be supported only by the loony far left, UAF, Antifa, Class War and of course the state broadcaster.” Not forgetting the top lobbyists, The Muslim Council of Great Britain.


      • Fedup2 says:

        So one of the top judges in the country -a former treasury lawyer – finds this case too difficult to deal with so passes it to the AG.

        I think one of the lawyers problems it this –

        That not only was TR jailed unlawfully by a corrupted judge but that other media representatives breached the ‘ restricted reporting ‘ conditions but nothing happened to them – I think “Stew” out part of the trial transcript up yesterday .

        This really does look like malicious prosecuting now – and an abuse of process application and discontinuance might well succeed in normal circumstances

        But this is a political show trial so different rules apply when the state wants to silence or kill someone . Unbelievable


        • G says:

          Human Rights require a, “speedy trial”. An application to the European Court of Human Rights could be explored?


  21. StewGreen says:

    i have to go , can someone look up what’s happening with the BBC Asian network contempt trial
    where they named a victim on air.


  22. theisland says:


    • Roland Deschain says:

      One is bound to ask why his lawyers advised against this statement. It certainly begs a number of questions of the authorities.

      Any legal eagles here to shed some light?


      • Fedup2 says:

        I’m not a lawyer but got a couple of law degrees – including criminal procedure . I don’t my living from the law for moral reasons .
        I think one of the most serious issues for the AG is the victimisation of TR and ignorance of ms Dearden s behaviour and why she had not been prosecuted as well .

        I think when TR raised the issue that the AG should have been dealing with contempt of court proceeding but instead was tried without trial and sentenced without mitigation it puts the English judiciary in a very bad place –
        With clear bias against the defendant as opposed to the allegation .

        The AG will pretend he doesn’t know anything about this case so will take an age to review the trial transcripts, the Supreme Court judgement and potential breaches by the BBC and other MSM

        So we are looking at being close to the brexit date if he is going to take further proceedings against TR and hopefully others . I don’t know how he can pursue TR alone .

        My ignorant view – ? The AG will take a look at this – say what. A mess – and find a day – maybe Christmas Eve or similar to kill the whole thing and look the other way .

        Damn thing is turning into a film script . I hope TR is okay .


      • honestus says:

        Roland, my guess is that adversarial trials tend to rely heavily on factual man traps where you catch your opponent out with evidence that they weren’t fully aware of and allow them to dig themselves into a hole before you produce the a-ha reveal.
        TR’s statement appears to contain all of his thought process’s and very detailed factual evidence and examples. This is both a good thing, as he comes across as informed and honest in his views and comments but may reveal too much to the opposition to counter strategise against.
        Just my opinion.


  23. G.W.F. says:


    Thank you for posting this statement.
    May I point out that this Biased BBC site is producing better quality news and informed discussion than the combined efforts of the state broadcaster.
    I fear it will have to be closed down


    • Fedup2 says:

      Yes ‘the close down ‘ issue continually worries me as a volunteer admin bod . I hope the owner of the site has contingencies to base the site out of the jurisdiction of the British state which is rapidly losing democratic legitimacy and only allowing state approved free speech .

      I can’t believe I’m using language like this about Blighty but if it can screw TR like that it willreoresd anyone .


  24. john in cheshire says:

    I knew the swamp dwellers would prolong the case. That’s how wicked they are; they are terrified of one real reporter’s efforts to inform us of the danger the muslims they’ve imported into our country are to our safety and well-being.

    I wouldn’t be surprised if we’re here this time next year waiting for them to drop all charges against Tommy Robinson.


  25. Stevie m says:

    There are two videos on you tube, filming the after court speech, both of them have had the comments section disabled. Censorship


  26. StewGreen says:

    Any news on what knots the PseudoBarrister is twisting himself ?


  27. StewGreen says:

    Today’s top thing to retweet is from David Vance


    • Fedup2 says:

      Hear hear Stew

      If you don’t like rants move on now . ..

      Al beeb much prefers to talk about foreign matters than talking about mass rape by Muslim racist paedophile gangs

      The current high morale ground is Saudi and killing some journo which has gone on for days and days .

      Al beeb is complicit in ignoring organised rape gangs as it has echoes of ignoring Saville so , apart from not wanting to upset their best friends – Muslims – so concentrate on comparative trivia like watching porn in public places or good old sexual harrassment .

      Forcing my self to gauge the response to a British state political prosecution I listened to Lady Brooke on the world at one which sounds like wimins hour .

      It got to beyond half hour into her programmes before there was a report on TR – so malicious prosecution of a British journalist reporting on a trial is of little importance compared to a Muslim Saudi journo being topped by a foreign Muslim State in another Muslim country .

      It actually got to 1 33 pm and our favourite Beeboid Dominic Casciarni reported on the circumstances of the trial which I thought would breach the rule of sub judice but that’s just me .

      Perhaps casciarni should be reported for contempt of court .

      Meanwhile of course chicken shops up and the country are being used by Muslim paedophile rapist gangs to ‘ groom’ ( hate that term ) young white girls .
      Lady Brooke then interviewed a snowflake academic who treated him as a threat rather than talking about the vile crimes TR is highlighting .

      It is salutary that the only reasons TR is being treated carefully by the British justice system is because decent Americans and Europeans .

      Matthew Goodwin was the academic . The item lasted 6 minutes – and mr Goodwin used the word “ “we “ “ in how we are going to deal with TR and his issues “ .


  28. Rich says:

    Dominic Casciani was reporting from the Old Bailey for Politics Live. He didn’t mention the religion of any of the Huddersfield Muslim paedophile grooming gang today.


  29. StewGreen says:

    These think their own bigoted hatey speaking, is part of saving the world from hatespeech.


  30. Lucy Pevensey says:

    Correct again Sir Tom. I DO HATE the BBC.


    • Fedup2 says:

      They’ll probably turn hating the far left BBC into just another hate crime .

      Do you notice that on one hand the snowflakes want to criminalise this and that and on the other bitches about the police which is now an extension of the snowflake state .


  31. StewGreen says:

    I would say from the videos that it is absolutely not credible to say that TR supporter nubrs were as low as 500.
    But things are different on Planet LizzieDearden


  32. MarkyMark says:

    The struggle is forever … once you no longer struggle, and think, the game is over …

    “Two gin-scented tears trickled down the sides of his nose. But it was all right, everything was all right, the struggle was finished. He had won the victory over himself. He loved Big Brother BEING CALLED RACIST, TRANSPHOBIC, ISLAMOPHOBIC, XENOPHOBIC AND GAMMON .”

    ― George Orwell, 1984


  33. StewGreen says:


  34. Alex says:

    This craven article is just typical of the spineless, apologist, treacherous Marxists of this country. They collaborate with, support and encourage Islamist terrorism. Rod Liddle is one of the few journalists who still has the courage to express the opinions of the silent majority.


  35. StewGreen says:

    An underreported hate crime
    A 2017 book said a Jewish activist had called a pro-Palestinian activist Dr Siema Iqbal, a “Nazi doctor” over the protest where the pro Palestinian activits protested outside an Israel product shop in Manchester to prevent people shopping there.


    • StewGreen says:

      ie the court found that the Muslim’s side had made false accusations against the Jew.


  36. ray_f says:

    As I was reading today’s BBC report on TR, I noticed how many times they interchange his real name with his alias.

    Tommy Robinson’s name and reference to being former EDL leader.
    (1)Headline:Tommy Robinson:Contempt case referred to attorney general
    (2)Photo:Tommy Robinson arrives at the Old Bailey In London
    (3) …court against ex-English Defence leader Tommy Robinson
    (4)….who appeared under his real name, Stephen Yaxley-Lennon..
    (5) After the hearing, Mr Yaxley-Lennon told the….
    (6) This is the second time the Stephen Yaxley-Lennon contempt…
    (7) Mr Yaxley-Lennons counsel…
    (8) …such as Mr Robinson
    (9)….such as Mr Robinson
    (10)Im 2017,Mr Yaxley-Lennon
    (11) Mr Yaxley-Lennon appealed
    (12)..from his old days running the EDL..

    Tommy Robinson X 5
    Real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon X 6
    Former EDL X 3

    I found this comparison interesting regarding the Huddersfield grooming gang case he was jailed for:

    (1) At Leeds Crown Court, the ringleader, Amere Singh Dhaliwal, 35, was jailed..”
    (2) As married father-of-two Dhaliwal was sentenced, the judge told him…
    (3) Amere Singh Dhaliwal was convicted of 54 separate counts including 22 rapes involving 11 girls
    (4) Amere Singh Dhaliwal, 35, of Holly Road, Huddersfield, guilty of 54 counts

    Amere Singh Dhaliwal X 4
    Real name Amir Muhammad X 0
    Former Muslim X 0

    Ironically, under a huge photo of turban wearing Muhammad, the line
    Amere Singh Dhaliwal was convicted of 54 separate counts including 22 rapes involving 11 girls.
    was followed by the line:
    In May, the former leader of the English Defence League Tommy Robinson was arrested..

    In that last example, the BBC make a point about Tommy’s EDL past, but choose not to point out “Amere Singh Dhaliwal’s” muslim past.

    Yet, here the BBC claims,

    “it’s not their race or ethnicity that drives their behaviour, it’s the fact that they are men and they think they can get away with it”.

    If that’s the case, then why is the BBC and ex-muslim Singh trying to hide their ‘race’ and ‘ethnicity’ If it’s not an issue, why try hide it?


    • StewGreen says:

      One the big reasons Tommy uses an alias is to protect his kids from the backlash against his Political work.
      You’d think the press would respect that.

      but no its used in a malicious way to frame his story
      “look this guy even lies about his name”

      The press should have used Anere cos it might help past victims come forward.

      I looked through hundreds of tweets to @BBCDomC vast majority were from TR supporters
      the dozens from the other side had a common central squeal : “stop calling him Tommy Robinson”


      • ray_f says:

        My point exactly. The BBC is all about self-identity. Muslims rapists can change identity to Sikhs without backlash, transgender rapists are referred to as ‘she’ without a second thought

        Yet, Tommy Robinson is the only person I know who is not afforded this privilege. I can’t think why?

        Another line I enjoyed from the god-awful Dominic Casciani

        “After the case, his supporters were jubilant, hailing him as some kind of martyr for free speech.”

        Ha! Dominic showing us what contempt really looks like


        • Demon says:

          Will the BBC now start referring to the late Muhammed Ali as Cassius Clay? No? Thought not.


      • StewGreen says:

        The Yaxley thing


    • vlad says:

      It has EVERYTHING to do with ethnicity and religion, and they know it.


  37. StewGreen says:

    The Times is a changing ?
    This their second Thunderer column this 7 dakys that has called for speaking up about “Asian Grooming gangs”
    Jasvinder Sanghera decribes herself as : fighting forced marriages and honour based abuse


    • StewGreen says:

      the Times does not allow comments on that article so here is the whole thing.
      \\ Growing up in an Indian Sikh family in Derby, I remember how relatives and friends reinforced prejudice about British women to perpetuate a “them and us” culture.
      We don’t behave like them, I was told — white girls have no honour, dress immodestly and lose their virginity too easily.
      My community referred to them as white trash, white meat and easy prey.
      The British Asian members of a grooming gang who were jailed last week for abusing girls, most of whom were white, appear to have shared such racist, misogynistic views.

      I have met survivors of such crimes who were told by their abusers that no one would believe them if they went to the police because the authorities were too afraid to “rock the multicultural boat”. One survivor I spoke to yesterday said politicians who refuse to grasp this nettle are “moral cowards”. She’s right. Refusal to confront the reality of abuse only gives abusers greater power, as I know too well after campaigning for victims of forced marriages for the past 25 years.

      The convictions last Friday of 20 men from mostly Pakistani backgrounds for 120 offences against 15 girls should have caused an outcry from the political classes. However, what followed was an insult to the many survivors of grooming. The home secretary, who acknowledges his Muslim heritage, correctly condemned them on Twitter as “sick Asian paedophiles”. Within seconds he was lambasted by some politicians and human rights campaigners for his choice of words. The suffering of the victims, it seems, mattered less to them. There was more anger at Sajid Javid’s tweet about the ethnicity of the perpetrators than there was sympathy for the survivors as they try to rebuild their fractured lives.

      It is time to create a culture that calls out such heinous abuse without fear of “rocking the boat”. That means being upfront about the facts, the perpetrators and their methods, because that is the only way justice can be done.

      I asked Jeremy Corbyn to apologise after the Labour MP Naz Shah retweeted this post: “Those abused girls in Rotherham and elsewhere just need to shut their mouths. For the good of diversity.” What message does that send out? A year later, I’m still waiting for the apology. Honesty about abuse cannot wait so long.//


  38. Fedup2 says:

    So the judiciary have wiped their hands of TR and handed the mess back to politicians

    The attorney general – Geoffrey Cox QC MP
    Has a West Country constituency and a 34 per cent majority .

    Before becoming AG he was apparently the highest earning MP in the House .

    If this wasn’t so serious it would be a pop corn job seeing the government squirm about whether TR continues to be victimised or whether to acknowledge that the judiciary have lost the plot when dealing with Muslim paedophile rape gangs .

    So the saga continues into 2019 to suppress TR from exposing the enemy within. It’s clear that local newspapers have no desire to investigate these crimes in their areas so it is left to the likes of TR to expose the truth . Politicians and the MSM could care less – with a few labour MPs trying to build their sordid careers on it .


  39. Doublethinker says:

    Clearly the establishment is rattled by the support that Tommy has on the internet, in posts on newspaper comment sections , on radio phone ins and of course on the streets. They had hoped to put him inside the first time and didn’t much care what happened to him whilst he was in prison. But they discovered that his support is widespread, persistent and noisy and they are worried that if they proceed with their original plan that there will be a substantial backlash. It doesn’t mean that they won’t try it on again but it’s good to know that they are beginning to realise that Tommy has a lot of support right across the country and this support can’t be just discounted and ignored. Perhaps a penny is beginning to drop that Tommy speaks for a much larger section of the British people than they ever realised. Well done Tommy you are a brave man doing what is right for your country.


    • john in cheshire says:

      When it comes to supporters of the real reporter, Tommy Robinson, it brought to mind that saying by George Carlin, the American comedian. He said to his audience, with regard to the ruling elite, words to the effect : “There’s a big club that all these ruling elite are members of. There’s this club, and you’re not in it.”

      Well, it works in the opposite direction also; there’s a big club that all Tommy Robinson supporters are in. But the elite aren’t in it.

      I believe that to be true and when the time comes for just desserts to be handed out, they had better watch their backs.


    • tarien says:

      Hope you are right Doublethinker, but we cannot sadly trust the Political Vipers slithering through the system, ever reaching out to attack democracy or what we think of as democracy-sooner we are out of the controlling EU the better, but once again there are vipers everywhere doing their best with ideas of transition periods and delays to prevent a Leave from the EU-


  40. G.W.F. says:

    The media reported that the crowd at the Tommy Robinson’s sung Leonard Cohen’s Halelujah.
    See the Independent and Evening Standard.

    At least, for once, the BBC got it right and reported they sung sung this song to Cohen’s tune
    HOW THEY RULE YAH dedicated to TR


    • G.W.F. says:

      And earlier in the year they had this. The movement will not be defeated without a struggle.


  41. Fedup2 says:

    Bbc 5 pm news -they really stick the knife in TR / clear bias . They’re frightened on him and us


  42. MarkyMark says:

    BREAKING: Honduran migrants accused of hating Mexicans and being Mexicanophobic because they walk straight through the country and imply it is a shit hole that is worse than their own country. (made up story)


  43. Roland Deschain says:

    As the BBC story keeps evolving, I have taken the liberty of screenshotting the current version of Mr Casciani’s piece, highlighting what I consider to be particularly bad pieces and adding a few comments of my own.



    Edit: I see I missed one. Why is “jubilant” in quotes? Is there some doubt about it? Do ‘some say’ the crowd was miserable?


  44. theisland says:

    Comments overheard inside the court from Press Association ‘reporters’.


  45. Fedup2 says:

    Local news Londonistan itv

    1 new law for people who buy expensive sandwiches from pret a mangy
    2 rail strike
    3 kid in nhs hospital wearing EU flag
    4 Uber prices going up
    5 rubbish lorries cleaner exhausts .

    Anything about TR ? but if a middle class kid dies after eating a sandwich — the bubble bursts for them ….

    Nothing on TR – and nothing of the story from my local paper involving a doctor and bestiality – and it’s not false news ….


  46. Fedup2 says:

    I really hope someone tellsPresident Trump about this and he just mentions it in passing …… because the way things are going it’s going to have to be the Americans to help keep any form of equality and liberty in Britain ….


    • kingkp says:

      I’ve been saying it for a while. Just as the Great British public are entirely ignorant of the truth behind the jihadi rape gangs and the russia-like corruption of the British state , so are they completely oblivious to the illicit spying operation the Conservative Government were involved in to derail Trump’s candidacy and his Presidency. If the Republicans hold both the House and Senate , then they will maintain control of the HPSCI and the other House and Senate oversight committees that will enable them to go right up to the doors of Downing Street and subpoena May herself. Make no mistake there are senior members of the current UK government that are heavily implicated in all of this and they are very worried. Add to that the ludicrous situation they have now manoveured themselves in to w.r.t to TR and it’s beginning to look a little promising from the perspective of truth and justice.


  47. English Lass says:

    It’s really indicative of our ‘British’ broadcaster that on the home page ‘most read’ this story doesn’t even feature. That indicates to me that the ‘most read’ page is fixed to what they want us to think is most read.


  48. Foscari says:

    The “Establishment” are in a terrible quandry with what to
    do with Tommy Robinson. Could an invitation to Tommy
    from a middle eastern embassy , help them out?


  49. StewGreen says:

    News news ties two of my past posts together
    Ezra tweets \\ A journalist for the BBC state broadcaster trivializes the Holocaust, comparing Tommy’s speech to a Nuremberg Nazi rally. In fact a third of the speakers today (including myself) were Jews, and there was an Israel flag flying.
    Why does the left step on Jews to score points? //

    #1 Above at October 23, 2018 at 3:48 pm
    I paraphrased the City of London Police tweets
    ‘people apply to the local authority for a stage, they approve it, and then we advise on size and location’

    #2 On October 21, 2018 at 9:39 pm I posted this
    \\ Louise Raw bills herself as Historian for BBC London
    I just bumped into her tweet
    Is this the kind of historian BBC licence payers money should be paying for ?
    I thought accuracy was important to be a historian
    and that you shouldn’t be constructing false narratives.
    Her Twitter output seems that of an hatey activist who aligns herself to antifa //

    The thing that ties the 2 together is this tweet she sent today
    See how she is in CAMPAIGNING mode, she encourages people to “RT = Retweet”
    You will see that below her tweets the CLP Police answer as I paraphrased above
    ezra calls her mendacious language as


    • StewGreen says:

      So BBC Historian says Tommy’s lot should not be allowed a platform
      on the street
      Guess what she is doing in her own twitter homepage banner photo
      Her #Projection is a typical libmob characteristic

      The photo shows her speaking to a crowd from a platform at a large Labour/Union rally


      • Fedup2 says:

        At the beginning of the day msm and Twitter was carrying stories of TR supporters drinking Stella at 8 in the morning . Guess the implication?

        When I did shift work I liked a beer after doings nights – you can get one in London at that time if you’re in the know . In fact in an earlier life I took part in the 24 hour legal drinking challenge – or at least I think I did – after a foo bears …

        Did anyone hear of any trouble today?


        • Roland Deschain says:

          I saw those drinking stories. What I didn’t see was any photographic evidence.


      • Roland Deschain says:

        It’s fair to say that CCBGB.


      • StewGreen says:

        Here’s her own Twitter banner photo
        Dr Louise Raw shouts “No stages for Tommy”
        & bills herself Historian for the IMPARTIAL BBC London
        Her Twitter banner photo is her speaking in Whitehall 13 October
        on “a huge stage complete with sound system” for a HateyNoHopers rally
        Is that EQUALITY ?
        If only there was a word
        for saying that others like TR should NOT do
        … what you DO you yourself
        That would apply to Dr Louise Raw

        ..Oh yes it’s HYPOCRITE !