Free Tommy Robinson – Demonstration at Whitehall on Saturday 14 July 2018

 Peppa Pig causes a kerfuffle

Saturday 14 July saw yet another massive demonstration outside the gates of Downing Street. Patriots from every walk of life streamed into Whitehall to protest the unjust imprisonment of Tommy Robinson, who was jailed for a disproportionate 13 months following his arrest, charge, trial and conviction in the space of three hours on Friday 25 May – a process which would be unworthy of a kangaroo court in a banana republic.

There were a handful of so-called “Antifa” counter-protesters, who were safely corralled at the other end of Whitehall, holding up placards with the same tired and worn-out phrases that we have seen so many times before. Placards with phrases such as “Racists”, “Nazis”, “Islamophobes” and of course “Fascists” were displayed in abundance – all the while the real Fascists were wailing and gnashing their teeth at being unable to effectively counter the enormous demonstration of support for Tommy.

Despite the vilification of Tommy Robinson by the Left and in the MSM (the biased mainstream media) polls suggest that two-thirds of the British public think that he not only should not have been jailed, but also that the entire process was fundamentally flawed and desperately in need of review.

Once again, tens of thousands of loyal supporters turned up on a warm and sunny July afternoon to hear speeches from many prominent politicians (such as Gerard Batten, the current leader of UKIP and a man who really “gets” Islam and the numerous problems associated with its unwelcome presence in our country.)

The video of Gerard Batten’s speech can be found here.

It is an incredibly powerful speech and even if you do nothing else today, I would urge you to watch and listen to it in its entirety. Just how powerful can be gauged from the reported response of the snowflakes on the Left of the political spectrum, who have been clutching handkerchiefs to their collective bosom and reaching for the smelling salts.

There was also a very inspiring speech from Geert Wilders, which had to be presented via a video link as our government shamefully declined to provide any security for his intended visit on the day of the demonstration, and also would not allow his armed Dutch security detail to provide protection. Given that Geert Wilders has had to live with 24/7 security for the past decade, due to the ever-present threat of death from rabid Muslims, the governments’s position on this matter is indefensible.

The video of Geert Wilders’ speech can be found here.

There was also a speech given (via video link) from Malcolm Lord Pearson of Rannoch, who is a lone voice in the House of Lords protesting against the Islamisation of our country. In recent days, his call for investigations into the hate speech spewed from all too many mosques and Islamic institutions has been met with accusations from Their Lordships of – wait for it – “hate speech.” You couldn’t make it up.

The video of Lord Pearson’s speech can be found here.

There were many other speeches from politicians in France, Sweden and Germany – and an impassioned speech from Kev Carroll, the cousin of Tommy Robinson, who has been a steadfast supporter of Tommy for many years. The entire event was very professionally hosted by Raheem Kassam, the former editor-in-chief of Breitbart News London, who did an excellent job of controlling the crowd and explaining that the police were only there to protect them (although I’m not sure that I entirely agree with that.)

It is at this point that I must explain the significance of the Peppa Pig photo at the top of this article. The photograph was taken during an element of high drama during the afternoon’s proceedings, and I was there personally to witness what happened.

A woman in the crowd had obviously decided to express her disapproval of Sadiq “Saracen” Khan (the current Mayor of London who is manifestly unfit to hold mayoral office with his support for radical Islamist groups) and hoisted aloft a helium-filled Peppa Pig balloon with the likeness of Sadiq Khan attached to it.

Now, what with Sadiq “Saracen” Khan being a Muslim and all, there was always a possibility that some Muslim, somewhere in the world, would become offended (they don’t call Islam the Religion of the Perpetually Offended for nothing, you know.) This prompted a dozen or so police officers to force their way into the crowd mob-handed to try and arrest the woman in question. The incident even prompted a contingent of mounted police officers to drive their horses into the crowd, which I personally felt was an unnecessary provocation in the face of what was essentially a peaceful protest.

During the scuffle, where many patriots who were surrounding the woman chanted “Shame on you! Shame on you!” towards the police – the balloon miraculously escaped the clutches of the police as it was passed from hand to hand through the crowd. Every now and then it would reappear, hovering above the crowd, tethered with a bit of colourful ribbon, and eventually the police gave up trying to retrieve it.

This could well add fuel to the fire of “Balloon Wars” where patriots have rightfully mocked the current Mayor of London for his support of a Trump blimp at a recent anti-Trump protest in London. They do say that “what is sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander” – and even Michael Fabricant, the Conservative MP for Lichfield, has got in on the action.

      Balloon Wars

Far be it from me to suggest that the display of numerous Peppa Pig balloons should become “de rigueur” at future patriotic events, balloons adorned with not only the likeness of Sadiq “Saracen” Khan, but perhaps also with the likeness of Fiyaz “Fizzy Bollocks” Mughal, the founder and Mendacious Grievance-Mongering Taqiyya-Artist-In-Chief of Tell Mama UK. The presence of hundreds, if not thousands of these balloons would undoubtedly complement the usual array of patriotic flags on display at such an event, although it would also no doubt be misrepresented as “racist”, “bigoted” and “Islamophobic” by the biased mainstream media.

But I digress.

An appeal has been scheduled for Wednesday 18 July at the Royal Courts of Justice in London, and I intend to be there to report on it in person. The mainstream media can no longer be trusted to give accurate and unbiased information to the public, and it now falls to citizen journalists to present the truths that our political elites find inconvenient.

I am sure you will all join me in hoping and praying for a favourable outcome for Tommy Robinson, a much-maligned true British hero who has been unjustly treated by the Establishment in their clumsy attempts to cover-up the scandal of Islamic Grooming gangs and other manifestations of the presence of Islam – a barbaric, totalitarian political ideology which (in my humble opinion) has no place in any civilised Western country.

Tim Burton

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