I think when the state starts locking up well meaning thickos for protesting about the states failure to get to grips with islamic terrorism and islamic child abuse it rapidly loses credibility as acting in the interests of it's people to quite a significant number of people.
Totally agree. If he'd been nicked for breach as soon as he showed up it would have been a minor matter and forgotten tommorow. The determination to jail him, that just made stuff a whole lot trickier.
I wouldn't ask for someone to name names, but I'd be interested in the mechanism as to how a breach of peace was firstly allowed to occur and then how he was not charged with that offence, but ended up in front of the beak for Contempt of Court.
You've introduced a conspiracy, which if true, would be explosive.
When the system deliberately fails to protect thousands of English children from muslim child mollestors over decades people are quite rightly unimpressed. When identified muslim extremists who are known threats continue to be at liberty to commit murder on our streets people are quite rightly unimpressed. When the same system seems to have no limit to time and resources in trying to silence those who speak out about it people are quite rightly unimpressed.
I don't find Robinsons actions helpfull, either when he was leader of the EDL or now he's a 'journalist'. However he's a symptom of the problem, not the problem itself. There does seem to be a determination to throw as many 'right wing' people under the bus as possible to portray a level playing field in which people mowing down pedestrians and blowing up kids at concerts are just one side of 'extremism' and someone missing out one 'alledged' in a blogpost is basically just as bad to feed the mantra of 'extremism exists in all communities'.
Looking at the top vid where Robinson basically recounts some facts that were completely in the public arena and common knowledge to all but the most simple person I'm not sure quite how he is uncovering or announcing anything.
I did note he emphasised that a publication had been downloaded 50,000 times and seemed to be inferring that the large amount of downloads was a bad or dangerous thing.
I suspect that someone who had never heard Tommy before and had no prior knowledge of the 'war' Tommy spoke of may have been in their rights to ask how many thousand attacks had resulted from the 50,000 downloads.
Perhaps they would assume that 1000-5000 would be a fair number from such a large download of something so 'dangerous'.
Am I completely missing the point that despite the 3000 muslims being watched, the 450 returnees from isis and the 50,000 downloads that there have only been a handful of attacks in this 'war' over many years?
More of an Indian name than Pakistani - but given the antipathy usually found between the 2 I would be surprised if he wasn't an Indian Muslim rather than another denomination Pakistani.
Not that the Muslim bits the elephant in the room (although convenient for some to latch on to) Its very much a cultural Issue* as the (Similar) problems in India will attest to
* Possibly with Racial connotations given the attitude white girls have less value than girls in their demographic.
JP Act 1361 Have a look at it. As always, it doesn't make it so because you say it. A person may act in a way as to provoke a disturbance, and such provocation may actually be innocent. Note the foundation of the law.It is a long time ago before we had many Muslims in the country ( we had quite a few jews ..maybe it was them).
The arrest in my opinion was wholly justified in terms of this catch all misdemeanour which carries a minimal / nosentence. It is a protective law . Arguments about pandering to minorities are separate.
You've seen the video?
You know that he did NOTHING wrong then?
There was no breach o' the peace.
He was playing the game after being caught out (last year) and the 'law' was massaged and bent in order to arrest him and deprive him of his freedom.
If you can't see this is massively prophetic and worrying you have some big FO rocks in your head.