Tommy Robinson arrested again.

He has started working for the Rebel Media and has been confronting alleged members of Muslim rape gangs outside courts recently as well as going after journo's who print lies about him. Now filming at a crown court is illegal as we know but is a 04.30 am raid an appropriate response for "attempted journalism"?
I have recently started reading his book and it is hard to escape the conclusion that the authorities are out to get him one way or another.
 
Known miscreant gets arrested for acting unlawfully.
Perfectly true in a sort of obtuse way, but there is a lot more to his story and I am not liking a lot of what I am reading.
 
Will be getting his book soon as well.

I used to think he was just another mouthy racist bloke in the pub sort of person, but I see him a lot differently now.

I actually enjoy watching his short videos where he confronts people that call him out.

Some of them are comedy genius, I don't know how he keeps a straight face. Especially when he asks people to back up their random statements or accusations and they just stare blankly into space or start babbling random gobbledygook about something irrelevant.

All though he does seam to get a little excited sometimes once he starts going. Something I think he should be careful of as I beleive this can esculate things.

He usually displays a good level of control, which he gains early on most times as the people he interviews usually automatically assume he is a dimwit that they can out smart with a few big words and a pompous atitude.

Future looks bright for him I reckon, his following is building stronger every day.
 
Got to admit I sat through his presentation to The Oxford Union and, for a bloke who seemed to be propelled into the limelight he seemed fairly cogent.
Doesn't do himself any favours at times but a 4:30 arrest!
 
We actually need people like him, to highlight the utter nonsense that has crept into the legal system, the police and politics, where common sense has been derailed in place of political correctness and an almost asian policy of covering things up.
 
We actually need people like him, to highlight the utter nonsense that has crept into the legal system, the police and politics, where common sense has been derailed in place of political correctness and an almost asian policy of covering things up.
Or, perhaps more preferably, we shouldn't need people like him - and he shouldn't need to become such a product.
I'm surprised he tried to secretly film because I suspect he knew it was verboten, is he an Alt SJW now?
 

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I don't get it. Is he against rape gangs because they are rape gangs or because they are "Muslim rape gangs" (whatever the hell that means)? I lean towards the latter, which begs the question: why are rape gangs worse because the rapists happen to be Muslim? I don't seem him and his 'ilk' picketing Catholic churches. If you consider a crime to be more odious because of a protected characteristic of the perpetrator, such as the religion of the perpetrator, then it's safe to say you have a chip on your shoulder about that protected characteristics. It reminds me of people who don't give a **** about rape if both the rapist and the victim are of the same race. If however, the rapist is, say, Black, and the victim a blue-eyed blonde young woman, then it's pitchforks, torches and noose time.
 
I don't get it. Is he against rape gangs because they are rape gangs or because they are "Muslim rape gangs" (whatever the hell that means)?
It means gangs of Pakistani and Bangladeshi Muslims pimping underage white girls out of kebab shops and minicab firms on an industrial scale right under the noses of the authorities...is that clear enough?
 
Or, perhaps more preferably, we shouldn't need people like him - and he shouldn't need to become such a product.
I'm surprised he tried to secretly film because I suspect he knew it was verboten, is he an Alt SJW now?
Yes but, de facto, things have become so bad in the UK that people like him are needed now.
 
It means gangs of Pakistani and Bangladeshi Muslims pimping underage white girls out of kebab shops and minicab firms on an industrial scale right under the noses of the authorities...is that clear enough?
That wasn't what he asked. He asked why doesn't Robinson go after catholic paedos too.
 
That wasn't what he asked. He asked why doesn't Robinson go after catholic paedos too.
Don't know, paedo priests thought they were a protected species as well so there is some equivalency there.
 
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It means gangs of Pakistani and Bangladeshi Muslims pimping underage white girls out of kebab shops and minicab firms on an industrial scale right under the noses of the authorities...is that clear enough?
On an industrial scale?

Interesting. Any proof?
 
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Perhaps Tommy doesn't go after Catholic priests is because, at least in this country, they tend to be of a less brown more white hue?

Why hasn't he been getting up to Rotherham, or campaigning for the alleged parliamentary noncing clique to be bought to justice?

With his history, I'd guess that he only goes after foreigners, or those who look like foreigners, regardless of whether they may be 3rd or 4th generation or not.

Purely drawing between the dots and my own opinion of course
 
OK, let's set aside the politics of the individual for a moment.

Kent police issued a statement to the effect that he was being detained under Section 41 of the Criminal Justice Act, 1925, to wit:

http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/Geo5/15-16/86/section/41

You'll note that it is a criminal offence to:

"take or attempt to take in any court any photograph, or with a view to publication make or attempt to make in any court any portrait or sketch, of any person, being a judge of the court or a juror or a witness in or a party to any proceedings before the court, whether civil or criminal".....

where:

"a photograph, portrait or sketch shall be deemed to be a photograph, portrait or sketch taken or made in court if it is taken or made in the court–room or in the building or in the precincts of the building in which the court is held, or if it is a photograph, portrait or sketch taken or made of the person while he is entering or leaving the court–room or any such building or precincts as aforesaid."

Now, honestly, how many times have you watched the news and seen defendents filmed entering and leaving a court, often harrassed by the media? It is a frequent occurance.

I don't have an issue with the law per se, but this smacks of double-standards. I wonder when the last arrest for breach of this section of the act was made.

Like him or loathe him......this stinks. IMHO, he's being singled out for political reasons rather than legal reasons....and that, my friends, is very, very worrying.
 

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