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Sunday, 3 June 2018

Last Interview with Tommy Robinson before his arrest



Elsa, who did this interview just 2 days before Tommy Robinson got wrenched off the street by 7 police, who were unable to clearly articulate their reason for doing so, put into a Paddy waggon and driven away, destination unknown and not divulged for what seemed an eternity. (See my previous post)









Elsa introduces her wonderful talk with Tommy:



"Interview with Tommy Robinson:

On people who say it's too late, on himself at 18, on the many lessons he's learned, on some people saying he has the making of a great Prime Minister, on laughing though the situation is desperate, and on the huge change that has happened for him over the past 2 years, because he now can feel the massive support he has. 

Two days after the interview, on May 25th, he was arrested again. This time, it was for (supposedly) disturbing the peace. He was going about his business of being a reporter - not on the side of those in power. 

His arrest brings up thoughts of people like Gandhi and Mandela. Gandhi was arrested over and over. Mandela (unlike Tommy, a true danger) spent 27 years in prison. Both spoke out against those in power, and both demanded change. 


There are major differences between Gandhi, Mandela and Tommy:


Gandhi was a lawyer - well educated. Mandela was the son of a tribal leader - a prince, one might say. Tommy is working class. In fact, the mainstream media has smeared him for his class background, for instance as a football hooligan. 


Unlike Mandela and Gandhi, from the beginning Tommy has always been for peaceful protest. He has also always been openly and strongly against racism as well as homophobia - against discrimination against individuals. 


His protest has always been against an ideology, Islamic ideology, and against behaviours that violate human rights - like the "grooming" of indigenous British girls by largely Islamic rape gangs, and like the inaction, for decades, of the police, social workers and government officials. 


Tommy Robinson, a man with the courage to keep speaking out, and with an amazing capacity to lead. 


Within a couple of days of the arrest, over half a million people worldwide had signed the petition asking for his release. Protests erupted worldwide - Australia, Canada, Israel, France, Germany, as well as Great Britain, of course. 


Perhaps Tommy will be the next great leader of Great Britain."



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Update: 24. June 2018


A few days ago at the Sydney Opera House: 












2 comments:

  1. I am certain that Tommy Robinson has a measure of support around the world since the arrest that puts whatever came before in the shade.

    For one thing there is interest in what he had to say. Especially given what the Islamists are saying.

    It says a lot how viciously he is vilified by the usual crowd as far away as Australia . They use the time honoured techniques employed since forever. First they label him.Then they ignore what he says and tell you what they say he says.

    Then they silence him.

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  2. Hi geoffff, again apologies for publishing your comment so belatedly. I think Tommy, if they let him live (I still believe they are trying to kill him "by muslim") he will become an important leader - he is authentic and extremely courageous. If they suceed in having him murdered, then he will remain a HUGE symbol . We are living in "interesting" times (in the sense of that chinese saying).

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