Muslim Council of Britain (and Tell Mama UK) whinge to British Army top brass over Tommy Robinson selfie with soldiers

  Counter-Jihad Hero

Friday 12 October 2018 – With nothing better to do than to agitate for yet more appeasement of the Muslim community in the United Kingdom, the Muslim Council of Britain (and Tell Mama UK) have complained to senior British Army officers over the fact that some of their soldiers were photographed with Tommy Robinson at a motorway service station recently.

The self-appointed spokespeople for “the religion of the perpetually offended” apparently went into turbo-whinge-and-whine mode with yet another grievance to add to the ever growing list of What Muslims Are Unhappy About. This – of course  – is only to be expected from this bunch of professional grievance mongers who take every opportunity to promote the cause of the barbaric ideology of Islam over the wishes and considerations of the rest of the British population.

What is unforgivable in this case, though, is the fact that the aforesaid senior British Army officers, instead of telling the self-important panjandrums of the Muslim Council of Britain and Tell Mama UK to take a hike and to stop being so bloody stupid, have instigated disciplinary proceedings against the soldiers and have reportedly dismissed one soldier from the Army as a result.

One of the more senior Ruperts – Major General Rupert Jones, who will shortly take up the appointment of Standing Joint Force Commander, said: “The British Army is absolutely clear that we do not tolerate extremist views and we don’t tolerate extremist behaviour.”

Oh really?

So being patriotic, standing up for your country and supporting British soldiers in the face of unremitting global hostility from the so-called “religion of peace” is now considered extremist behaviour, is it? I am reminded of the words of Rudyard Kipling’s 1890 poem, Tommy:-

For it’s Tommy this, an’ Tommy that, an’ “Chuck him out, the brute!”But it’s “Saviour of ‘is country,” when the guns begin to shoot;

As for “extremist views”, I don’t recall anyone mentioning anything about extremist views when the mealy-mouthed war-mongering traitor Tony Blair was photographed with soldiers of the British Army in Iraq and Afghanistan less than twenty years ago. Arguably the former Labour Prime Minister did more damage to this country with his extremist views than any Prime Minister before or since, and certainly a thousand times worse in terms of endangering national security and reducing the quality of life of British citizens than anything Tommy Robinson might have said or done.

     Warmonger / Traitor

A petition is being organised by The Rebel Media to protest against the unfair treatment and double standards applied to British soldiers for simply choosing to stand and smile for a photograph with Tommy Robinson. The time is coming when we will have every reason to support our lads in the fight against the totalitarian ideology of Islam – an ideology that would convert, enslave or kill every free person not only in this country, but also throughout the world.

Please sign the petition and support our lads in the face of this unwarranted political correctness.

Latest update from Ezra Levant of The Rebel Media – well worth watching if you have an hour to spare – includes a recruitment video from the British Army about 18-20 minutes in, a recruitment video which probably goes a long way to explaining why the British Army is having so much difficulty in recruiting and retaining patriotic soldiers and service personnel.

 

Tim Burton

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Please donate whatever you can to my Legal Defence Fund:

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Tim Burton

 

 

Transcript of Tommy Robinson live-streaming from outside Leeds Crown Court in May 2018

    Tommy Robinson

I am indebted to the editor of the website Fahrenheit 211 for the following transcript of Tommy Robinson’s live-streaming exercise outside Leeds Crown Court on Friday 25 May 2018.

Rather than pass extensive commentary here, I will let the transcript speak for itself. Ask yourself whether this justifies the treatment meted out to Tommy in the interim – and why the mainstream media have absolutely no interest in reporting matters of national importance such as the epidemic of Islamic grooming gangs – motivated by Islamic ideology – that has mushroomed in this country.

This of course is the same mainstream media that are only too keen to participate in the demonising of one of the few citizen journalists in this country who is prepared to literally put his neck on the line and raise awareness of the disquieting implications, not to mention the abominable characteristics, of this barbaric seventh-century ideology that has no place in any civilised society.

The original Fahrenheit 211 report may be found here.

Transcript of Tommy Robinson’s live-stream from outside Leeds Crown Court, 25 May 2018

NOTE: I have made it to the best of my ability and in good faith but of course cannot guarantee that every single word is accurate. This transcript was made with some reference to the auto-generated YouTube transcript, together with substantial corrections, since it was very inaccurate.

Comments from people other than Tommy are placed inside brackets [] and where possible, it is indicated who is speaking. Given audio quality it was not always possible to determine what all the passers-by etc were saying.

I’m at Leeds where these man here … come on lads, how are you feeling, how are you feeling about your verdict [Man entering court: WHAT VERDICT?]

Your verdict you got your prison bag with you got your bags with yer, you got your bags with you how you feeling about the verdict

[Man entering court: GO AND FUCK YOUR MAM’S FANNY]

You got no guilt, you got any guilt mate, is there any guilt?

[Man entering court: INAUDIBLE YOU NEED TO CALM DOWN YOU SON OF A BITCH]

So, as you can see there, doesn’t seem like much guilt. Doesn’t seem like anyone’s ashamed. I’m outside Leeds Crown Court where today, ten men are facing verdicts. The verdicts for grooming alleged grooming and rape scandal, involving hundreds of young girls, but eighteen have come forward. Some of these girls are as young as 11. Let me read you the list of charges that these men are facing. There’s six more who are yet still to come here. This is part two of the trial you see, because 29 men, 29 people, two women are involved in this case. Thirty per cent of them are called Mohammed. Three of the men walking in here today are called Mohammed. The defendants today,

Mansoor Akhtar, he’s charged with rape, attempted rape, and two counts of trafficking.
Mohammed Asaf Akram, he’s charged with sevon counts of rape, three counts of trafficking, child abduction, sexual assault, supplying drugs, and making threats to kill.

Wiqas Mahmud, he’s charged with three counts of rape.

Nasarat Hussain, he’s charged with three counts of rape, attempted rape, inciting a female to engage in sexual activity.

Sajid Hussain, he’s charged with three counts of rape, facilitating the commission of sexual activity on a child and inciting a child into sexual activity.

Mohammed Irfraz. He’s charged with trafficking a female within the UK with a view to her sexual exploitation, rape, imprisonment, taking indecent images of children, inciting children to engage in sexual activity.

Faisal Nadeem, he is charged with supplying drugs, rape, possession of extreme pornography.

Mohammed Azeem, another Mohammed, he’s charged with three counts of rape.

Manzoor Hassan, he’s charged with supply

… excuse me sir, excuse me, excuse me, there’s a rape trial going on okay, there’s a rape trial going on [A man passing by has put his arm around TR] [Same man passing by: ‘Why is it your business?’] there’s a rape trial going on … so why am I a tosser for reporting it? [Same man passing by: ‘no, you’re a tosser for being you’.] Go on, explain it, explain it, what do you think of the 29 young children aged 11 [Same man passing by: ‘it’s not your concern you’re just a wanker’] [all the time TR and man seem to be walking away from the court]

It’s not my concern, it’s not my concern, they’re young English girls. This is the problem, you see that, it’s not my concern. Hundreds of young girls have been gang raped in our country, in every town and city across our country, some of the men are alleged to be in court, the alleged perpetrators are in court, people need to know that these court cases are happening. Obviously the problem is, you have people like that, who think that I’m a wanker for reporting on it.

Now, there’s already a reporting restriction in this case, so there’s already been stage one of, first stage one of the trial, think about how big these trials are, think about the victims here, these victims, these, this trial only come to light in 2013 when a victim and her mother went to the police. These crimes have been between 2004 and 2011 and obviously back then the police ignored but I guarantee the parents would have gone to the police in those same time periods, but these men, one of these men is actually working in a chicken shop I believe, currently working in a chicken shop in Huddersfield. Would you want your children going into a chicken shop where men are alleged to have gang-raped and prostituted and trafficked and drugged young victims, would you want them having contact?

Anyway we’ll stay live, we’ll wait for the other alleged offenders. I have to be super careful you see because when I was coming to these court cases, part of what the police did was, they dawn-raided me and they put me on a contempt of court charge which would mean I could face prison or, I’m, because I’m on a suspended sentence, because they don’t want people reporting, they don’t want the public watching these videos, they don’t want you to see, you see the men walking in court there today, that man – who knows, he might get a ‘not guilty’, but that man is alleged to have gang-raped or been involved in rape and prostitution etc etc of young children. He didn’t seem bothered did he, in fact he seemed aggressive, angry.

Can you believe that bloke, can you believe that bloke, he’s walking past, I’m reporting on the fact that dozens of young children aged eleven have been groomed, raped, and prostituted and it’s ‘not any of his business or my business’, it’s ‘not our problem’. That’s him, that’s the problem. Knows nothing about the case, nothing at all, yet it could be his sister, could be his daughter. Until it is his sister or his daughter that’s the only time he’ll wake up, until then it doesn’t matter, as he told you, it doesn’t matter. Scumbag. People like him are the reason this has been allowed to get away with for so long. ‘What’s it got to do with you, what’s it got to do with you?’ What it’s got to do with me, I’m an English man and they’re English girls. They’re young girls, and they’re in our country, they’re being groomed and raped because of that. It’s got everything to do me.

Shall we stay live? [Talking to police officer] Officer, are they these stairs … so if you’re not allowed to go on those stairs am I, whilst recording?’ [Police officer: ‘(inaudible) as long as you’re respectful’] This isn’t the property of the court though is it? No is this OK, so I’ll stay off them, cool.

So, as I said, the first part one of this trial has already concluded because it’s impossible to have a trial with 29, 29 defendants at the same time so this trial has been split into three sections. Part one’s already been concluded but we, no one can report on whether they’re found guilty or not guilty. Part 2 concludes with, the jury are making their verdict now, part three starts, I believe, in September. So these young children, after being raped, after being groomed, and their families they then have to sit and watch for a year, a year, and the cost, think about the cost, think about whether, why they let these grooming scandals, why they ignored them, so how much of a case it is to bring 29 men on a conspiracy charge and these sort of charges, massive, the costs of 29 men with 29 barristers where 29 QCs, with all these different things the cost is huge, do we have the prison places to deal with all of the men all of these Muslim men who have raped across this country? No we don’t, that’s why we don’t deal with FGM either, but these are sort of like, in each town and city they’re picking out one, one group, but there’s hundreds and hundreds that need dealing with, so yes, stay viewing if you want to see the other alleged, alleged men, they’ll be here soon, and I’ll be here, I’m at Leeds Crown Court, I’ll be here, I’ll be sitting in on the trial, seeing what happens with the verdicts, but unfortunately I won’t be able to report the verdicts, um, from I understand, but I’ll keep the footage etc. to do a report.

I’m also traveling to another city in the north of England tonight to spend time with campaigners who are trying to deal with this sexual exploitation and grooming, if you call it grooming, more I refer to it as these scandals, hold on, but they had their… got ice cream up north in it, sunny in Luton I had some flip-flops on when I left home this morning, I left home, whilst we were on here whilst we’re live, I will be travelling from this city to another city, I will spend spending time with groups, doing interviews, highlighting and showing people what’s happening in town in the cities with regards to grooming gangs or rape jihad gangs across the north of England across our whole country.

I wouldn’t be able to do any of that if it wasn’t for the people who sign up to support me at Tommy Robinson online so if you’re one of those people and you’re watching videos and you’ll see in these news stories get highlighted or things the media are ignoring them, the only way I’m able to do that is through your support. I have George and Caolan – two of my team with me today okay, Caolan’s been sitting since five o’clock this morning when we left, editing a video that will go up today, which is an interview of the leader, of the joint leader of Generation Identity, and I met him because the newspapers this week I read headlines that said Heil Hipster like Heil .. – so I thought ‘who’s this, who’s this man’ and then one of them said, ‘meet the new chilling face of fascism’, I’ve seen all these sort of headlines about myself, so I thought I’d bypass the Presstitutes, the bullshit media, I’d sit down with a man himself and ask him some hard questions or some frank questions about what his views are on race on religion etc, etc, so I sat down and spoke to him and that interview will go live.

Yes, that interview will go up today, and I think it’s important to give you the other side of the story and rather than you base your opinion of somebody on what the media tell you about them, surely the media should have sat down with him and asked him the questions I’ve asked him, you’d have thought so wouldn’t you, but of course they don’t want you to listen to him, they don’t want to listen to anyone who speaks out up against mass immigration or against the problems that this country faces, they want you to base your opinion and judge him on what they tell you to think, so yeah, that’ll go live today.

And then we have this weekend, we’re up north today, Sunday we will be interviewing a Polish politician who’s coming to speak at Speakers’ Corner, I’ll be asking him his opinion of the situation in England ,what Polish people think, Polish people have moved to the UK, what they think of this country now that they’ve been here, what he hears about our country, and of course why he’s at Speakers’ Corner. The fact that we have given birth again to the free speech centre of Speakers’ Corner, I also would like to thank everyone who’s been involved in, politicians …

we could be waiting here a little while they’re not actually due in court – ‘til ten o’clock I don’t think, but that’s why I got here early ‘cuz I knew some of them would turn up early like those like there did. When I first come to try and show people who these men were, bearing in mind they’ve been walking around your towns and cities for last two years whilst this has been going on, they’ve been working in shops, chicken shop, probably driving taxis etc etc, I thought people should know their faces and their identities, and when we went last time, you can see the footage ,you go online watch it, they, they turned up with balaclavas, they tried to get physical and then and they all hid their identities, but because they’ve been relaxed, you know why they’re relaxed because look, there’s no media here, there’s no media here, there’s no press here, there’s no mainstream media, they’re all taking photographs of someone who said something mean on Twitter. They’re not here, they’re not here to find who these people are, they haven’t followed these people, you know this lad who runs Generation Identity, I found out that the media had been harassing his family, yeah y’all know, you want to harass someone’s family? You see that man, he was getting aggressive as he walked into court, the man who faces charges of child abduction, rape, prostitution, harass him, find him, go knock on his door, follow him, see where he works, see what he’s doing. You want to stick pictures online and call people and slander people, how about do about them instead of doing it about someone speaking about them. Who knocks, that’s what I said as well, like he doesn’t even live with his parents, this, the young leader, he’s 23 years old, doesn’t even live with his parents, and do you know what ,I get quite frustrated about, because all the same things happen that happened to me, so I know what he’s facing, [a passer-by says he watches Tommy’s stuff] hello mate, thank you very much, cheers man, thank you, so yeah, I am, I get quite angry because I just think, his family are innocent, and you’re, and they plastered, if the family’s names all online, why would you do that, they do that so that it causes, it’s all disruption tactics, it’s disruption tactics, and it’s to disrupt your life and cause you maximum frustr.. maximum problems, so for example, in the early years of my activism I had my mum sitting down crying, begging me to stop, as I’m sure that young lads who I interviewed just yesterday or the day before I’m sure his family have done the same now and that’s what they want them to do which is why they’ve done it, which is why they highlight who they are, which is why they highlight where he works, because he just lost his job, all of these things play a major part, it’s all part of the operation from the far left to silence and stop people.

A few more officers have turned up. We’re getting wet, let’s go over here. So do we have any questions, and yeah, you know, you say I can’t believe that bloke man, what a sad representation of Leeds for the first person who comes and makes a comment and it’s saying that we ‘it’s got nothing to do with us’ and ‘what’s it got to do with us’ and he doesn’t care, doesn’t care that 11 year old children with gang-raped and prostituted and everyone knew about it police, councils, he doesn’t care, doesn’t matter, scumbag, scumbag, politically correct idiot, he cares more that I’m talking about, he cares more that I’m talking about it. Hi guys, we’re live for three point six thousand people [CAOLAN: three point six hello fantastic very nice] very good hello, and did you miss them as they come into court: ‘fuck your mother’, the difference is that most of these trials, which is the reason I’m here today, not really about the perpetrators or the alleged perpetrators, more so about their families, because at each one of these trials, usually loads of their families usually come to support them, and then when they’re convicted the family shout about the young girls being slags, no eleven-year-old slags, they’d be children, but of course under Islamic ideology they’re not children, they’re women as soon as they start their periods, so they see it’s their own fault, and it’s our fault that they’re on the streets and they shouldn’t been out late at night, and all of these things that are our fault is nothing to do with the men abusing them, or you hear certain politicians, I’ve seen certain politicians turn around and say that this happens because of opportunity, so the reason it’s all taxi drivers because of opportunity.

Okay well don’t all the non-Muslim taxi drivers have the same opportunity but they don’t do it do they in mass-scale like this, like this, so it’s obviously not to do with opportunity, there’s obviously another reason, there must be some sort of connection as to why thirty percent of the alleged perpetrators of these crimes in this one trial are named Mohammed, there must be, so let’s, what the, if you want to raise these problems and eradicate them and get to the root cause of the problem, then you have to look at the problem and see what common, if it was any other crime you look for the, if it was any other crime you look for the common denominator don’t you, to try and erode the motives and what’s happening. In any other crime you’d be piecing this together and you’ll be asking ‘why’, but you’re a bigot and a fascist if you do the same scenario with these sort of, just so anyone who’s watching this you don’t know the statistics, 90 percent of grooming gang, this is a grooming gang not paedophilia, the majority of paedophilia offenses in the UK are committed by white people as you’d expect from a 90% white country, that’s what you’d expect, right, but in a country that has four percent of this population, three percent the population is Pakistani, four percent of the population or five percent of population is Muslim, now out of that population, ninety percent of the grooming gang convictions are Muslim males, ninety percent, thirty percent are called Mohammed, these are statistics they’re facts, these are not Tommy Robinson’s views, they’re just facts. I don’t know a lot of people don’t like facts, but they’re facts, so that’s the reality, and that’s only gonna get worse and worse and worse if the police get to grips and try and tackle these gangs.

Rotherham if you look at Rotherham alone, Rotherham where 1400 children were raped. Some more statistics, Rotherham alone, Rotherham I think has been used as a scapegoat see, because Rotherham probably has one of the least amount of grooming in the north of England, because it has a very small Muslim population, just three and a half thousand Muslim males aged between the ages of 18 and 50 or 60 which is the grooming, which is the the age that was given for these men, some children raped by 20 – 30 men in one weekend, so in that small Muslim population you had 1,400 children were raped, a minority is it, so if you went to bigger cities now. The same sort of inquiry that resulted in the Rotherham report has been being called for in Bradford but they’re refusing, the government are refusing, they refuse, in Telford there’s not many Muslims in Telford really, really not compared to Birmingham or Bradford, but again Telford’s huge

LAUGHING AT PASSERS BY that’s some Muslim lads who just say ‘this not us, it’s not us’ because that must, yeah and, and, the same again, listen if you’re watching this, yeah, and I’m talking about Muslims, I’m talk about Islam, I know some Muslim lads who would be as outraged, growing up yeah, so I’m not, and again I’m not portraying it as all Muslims, yeah there’s a problem, the majority of grooming offenses are Muslim, the reason and justification given for it can be found in the Koran, all of these things play a role, I think, in these sort of cases, so I talked about, but to think that every Muslim, or I know some Muslim lads who would want to do to them the same is what every other man would want do to them, so you know and me, on my day to day I meet hostile Muslims probably, also meet a lot of decent Muslims who have a sound chat with me, you say how frustrated they are with what’s happening that, but most of them you find don’t follow the doctrine or the scripture of Islam, if they did then it won’t be as, so yeah, my problem again, just to clear the record, my problem’s with Islam, with the teachings, it’s not of individual people, in fact Winston Churchill said individual Muslims can show amazing traits but it is Islam that will bring them backwards.

The rain stopped, if you’re watching this, give me a share, there’s 4,000 people watching it, if every single one of you shared it, just to reach a lot more people which means more people would see the faces of the accused child rapists as they come and enter in to court, now I’m walking a thin line because, because basically the police put me on this, I’m on a suspended sentence, suspended prison sentence which was supposed to be to prevent me or deter me from reporting on these sort of cases. I think that it’s important that people understand just what’s going on when the case, this case was on the other day, there was another two Mus.. there was a couple of Muslim lads in here for terrorism and guess what, they went and sat together of course and shook hands and had a friendly chat, and I saw, which I’ve seen in every case you know, I’ve up into the cases at each court, and I’ve been into the courts if there was ten alleged white paedophiles or non-Muslim paedophile and they were sat there would the non-Muslims in that court be going up shaking their hands and talking to them? Would they? No, they wouldn’t, but the opposite plays a part in these court in these sort of cases

– hey how you doing, alright, I’m not bad thank you, – that I’d say, yes there’s their, I guess that’s their solicitor, what you also find in most of these cases in fact all of them that the Muslims who are facing charges use Muslim lawyers every time, in fact on this actual case when I first turned up at Huddersfield Magistrates Court you may remember if you watched the videos, the Muslim lawyer, the female Muslim lawyer come out and said just ‘go away, go away’, she started getting very angry of me as well, and, um, then and she said ‘what was it to do (with) you’ she said, ‘so what’, I said ‘they’ve been raping children, they’re alleged to have been raping children,’ and she said ‘so what, so what.’ ‘So what!’ of course ‘so what’, ‘cuz they’re not Muslim children are they, easy, [Passer-by: ‘Can I get a selfie] of course – can [Passer-by: ‘no no no I don’t want to get put on there’] how can ever get a selfie [Passer-by – laughter etc about getting a selfie] hold on one minute see ya later, we love that [Passer-by: ‘that it’s really cute’] [Laughter] How you doing, mate, alright? yeah of course you can [Passer-by: ‘good to meet you’] nice one, thanks [Passer-by: ‘I watch your videos’] Cheers, oh you guys, are, some one set me […] [Passer-by ‘I’m guessing it’ll be on Facebook Live’] yeah, that’s it, cheers mate, thank you … [Passer-by: ‘you’re live chatting now] it’s live now yeah you don’t want to be on there, do hold on mate,

they’re in at 10:00 what’s the time lads [One of his team: ‘five to nine’] that’s yeah, they’ll be here soon, they have to get here, you’d get early wouldn’t you, well the others went in already, how many of them went in that that were in that car, four of them, so there’s six more to come, is there a bald, there’s a big muscly little bald one, is he on this trial? [One of his team: ‘yeah’] it’s quite funny because the muscly little bald one, when he, when he was at court, and once I got the video of him at his court and people saw him at court, I then got contacted by people who knew him in Huddersfield and apparently he’s a lad does all the MMA fighting, this is, that ,this is the difference, he’s one of their main sort of lads, one of the main lads, not a weirdo paedophile,

yeah cheers mate, thank you, yes ,so let’s, let’s keep sharing, again if you’re just joining us, if you’re just joining us, there is a court case today where ten men are expecting their verdicts. This is Court case involves 18 young girl, some as young as 11 though actually I believe hundreds of victims in the Huddersfield area, must be 18 young girls that they got to come forward, this all come after some of them aged 11, the men face charges of prostitution, abduction, drug abuse, all these sort of charges and offenses. In this case there’s 29 perpetrators, two women, two Muslim women on this trial, not this part but they’re on part of this 29 trial, two Muslim women, all of them are alleged to have been involved, so all of them are innocent until proven guilty, and 30 percent of them, if you’re just joining us, are called Mohammed, they are from majority Pakistani community of Huddersfield and these rapes happened between 2004 and 2011.

So today’s the verdict, I believe the jury went out yesterday to the side, and I don’t believe … there’s more police turning up again, the police obviously are there because they think I’m going to be hostile because they obviously know I’m not, I guess they just believe that this is different because it was another case, a Somalian case for the similar rapes wasn’t? Liverpool when it come out in court, loads of Somalian women come out of court screaming and shouting about how the girls were slags and etc etc, so hello mate, …

well I’ll know who they are because they should have their prison bags with them when they get out, the problem I have is that a young, young Asian gentleman just walked into court and he could be one of them but it would be extremely unfair, and I’ve learned my lesson over the years of, extremely unfair if I pointed the camera to him when I actually don’t know him so, well mate, and, er, so is this them? Let’s see. Nope, nope. I’m sure by now their friends would have rang them and they will all be darting to shops to buy masks and scarfs to cover their faces [… hums] nope …

so some of the charges, if you’ve just joined you’d seen as the first four men went into court, one of them told me to fuck my mother, fuck my father even maybe, something perverted and strange like that, um, it was also quite aggressive and then a white one of the men on our side the fence as part of the problem what passed and said ‘you’re a you’re a fucking idiot’ which point I asked him why I’m a fucking idiot and he said this has got nothing to do with you and I said, but yet loads of young children have been gang-raped do you not think that’s got something to do with the public as well, we’ve got concerns, how would you say ‘no it’s not it’s nothing doing me’ it’s nothing doing, me tell me you’re right mate, it’s nothing to you, so you just keep sitting in your lounge watching East-Enders and pretending that nothing’s wrong with what’s happening ,and everyone who talks about what’s wrong you keep calling them fucking idiots, mate, as that’ll solve all these problems.

The point is in the early days with Rotherham, with Telford you see these big scandals they made national news now what’s happened is, it makes local news, so there can be massive gang rapes and just ask yourself this, if someone says something racist on the train it makes national news, so why every single time these sort of case is not being followed up, why, why, outside court today are there not dozens and dozens of national media waiting, why are they not trying to approach these criminals, will show where they live ,or show where they work, will show what they’re doing or why, why, why, why, why.

Yes 6.2 thousand people live, that’s a good viewing, thank you, if you watching it, share it because the more people that talk about this, the more people that understand what’s happening.

If I ask you questions as general members of the public who probably view, are not well versed on these things, was you aware that 11 year old girl in the city of Oxford had her, an iron rod heated up with the letter M, it was scalded and burning hot and then it was imprinted on her bum because she was the property of Mohammed, in Oxford,

were you aware that another 12 year old girl had and her tongue nailed, nailed, did you know if that’s what … no another young girl had a ta, had her tail, had her tongue nailed to a table, twelve years old, one of these young girls who was continually gang-raped at the house directly opposite the mosque, directly opposite, so people put used to go pray in the mosque and when they leave the mosque they go have their time with their sexual slave, that’s what she was she was a sexual slave, the actual name in the road is actually mosque way if you translate them [NB this is possibly Manzil Way in Oxford]

Yeah, there’s a court case, yeah, so yeah, just if you, everyone in this country should know, everyone should know these sort of cases and what happened, but they don’t, don’t do they, the general public generally don’t know. Would you know that the first ever religiously motivated murder conviction, would people know this, were the first of religiously motivated conviction was in Scotland, a young lad what year was, you see I should have got the statistics up before I talk about this, a young, young lad, Chris fifteen… I think it was on McCulloch, McCulloch Street, fifteen years old, walking down the street, completely innocent, dragged off the street, put in a car, drive around, stabbed, I think they cut his genitals off and fed them to him, they stabbed him, they set fire to him whilst he was still alive, the reason they murdered him was because he was white, that’s the reason they done it, they got, they have fled the country, many of them fled the country, they were, some of them are in jail for it now, some of them out, out, with some of them are gone on to commit some more crimes since getting out of jail, but how many people in Britain know about that, everyone knows about Stephen Lawrence and rightfully so, but how many people know that young 15 year old white kid was taken off the street for being white, set on fire, burned, mutilated, tortured for hours and hours and hours by a gang of Muslim folks, how many people knew about that? Did the media tell your about it, because I tell you what it was when that come out, when that come out it made no national newspaper headlines in Britain, in England’s, none, none, a young kid’s been mutilated off the street, tortured, burned.

How many people knew that in Peterborough, a Muslim ran down the street shouting ‘bin Laden bin Laden’ and stabbed to death another young man? People knew about that, how many people knew about that, and that there’s so many of these cases, there’s so many incidents where the media representation of what happens, and whether it’s fair media portrayal is, it’s just bullshit, it’s like, hold on minute do you know what happened, so there was another case of a young lad – you alright mate [Passer-by: ‘respect, good work’] thank you, cheers, not good, thanks a lot, thanks – there was another case, I remember reading another case where a young boy was murdered by Muslims and the front page of national newspapers was about England footballers being called monkeys. Now that’s bad and it’s not fucking on yeah, but page 17 was about the young lad who got murdered, just like, come on man, get your house in order media, what are you doing, you sensationalized bullshit, that’s what you do, someone says something call, give someone a dirty look, or make such a stupid comment, you sensational it, the police as well, you go after them.

I’m just hearing about Amy, I’m trying to work out what happened to, Amy’s a girl from Speakers’ Corner who was arrested in her house for perverting the course of justice. From what I understand she’s had an argument with someone and she said ‘have a gay day’ as she walked off, how does someone face criminal prosecution for that, how is that mental, this is the new hate speech laws and hate crime, but if you implemented real hate speech laws or the hate speech laws ,then the Quran and every preacher and every, every Imam and every mosque in this country breaches and breaks our Britain, British hate speech laws, but they’re exempt from them, they’re exempt from them, any, any imam who’s promoting the verses in the Quran and Scripture in the Quran, there’s over a hundred and ten of them that call for murder, any Imam doing that is breaching British hate speech laws, why are they exempt from them, why when we watch undercover documentaries and we see real genuine hate being promoted, genuine intolerance in madrassas and mosques, why do those people not face prosecution, but yet you go after everyone who puts up a tweet or something.

Is the hypocrisy, is why tens of thousands of people joined us outside, outside Theresa May’s house [he means outside Downing Street on May 6 Day for Freedom] because people are fed up offensive choices, it’s my right to offend, I’m offended you know when I hear this, I get so wound up, yes but they were offended, I’m offended, I’m offended every day, I’m offended every time I drive, walk down the street, I don’t see a niqab walking past me, every time I see gangs and gangs of Muslims standing peddling heroin on the street corner with no police touching them, I’m offended daily. No one give us a shit if we’re, if, it doesn’t matter.

God, see these people walk into court, a couple of lads, it’s not good feeling, anyone who’s been in that situation and the pressure, oh, are you one of the six men who are waiting to come into court, are you watching this, because soon you’ll be live to 7,000 people a minute and that will be shared and shared and shared, if you’re watching it share it, share it, share it, share it ,by the end of the day hopefully millions of people have seen the faces of these alleged offenders- – doo do do doo etc … can I talk openly I can talk vote no, can I can talk about what that par, the parents are doing tonight can’t i?

Yeah so tonight so tonight … oh no won’t know that, yeah so tonight, I’m going to meet parents, mothers, fathers, who are patrolling the streets to prevent Muslim grooming acts, in a city in the north of England. This is what parents now and residents now feel, they can no longer rely on police in these issues, and they’re patrolling and highlighting and trying to combat this epidemic of child prostitution and attacks, so I’ll be going there tonight, meeting with them, bringing you a video to show you who these brave people are and the work they’re doing, showing people around this is what … any … if you’re too, if you don’t know what’s, there, there’s a, there’s a group, there’s a group within the Sikh community called Sullah? Punjab, I hope I said that right and correctly, it’s SP at that, it’s SP, and in the 1980s or even the 70s, in probably 60s, when Muslim gangs were targeting and grooming young Sikh girls, the Sikh community got organized, they got organized, they organized

[passing woman, ‘can I just say …(inaudible) got quite offensive’] the man up there threatened to kill you? [passing woman: ‘yeah and I’ve just said I’ve got nothing to do with it’] Officer, did you hear that? So a man’s made threats to kill her [lady continues to talk in the background] the Muslim man there (if I did that I’d be locked up for it) and you’re innocent, you’re, you’re just, there’s nothing, yeah [Passing woman: ‘they don’t even know who I am’] so this is just a lady standing outside court and the Muslim men who were all at the window are telling her she’s dead [making cutting movements across neck with hands]

[some one speaks] of course, mind out the way lads and ladies .. [Man heading into court: ‘YOUR WIFE’S A PROSTITUTE’] my wife’s a prostitute, my wife’s a prostitute? All of the remarks, all of the remarks so far have been sexual haven’t they, first one said ‘fuck your mother’, this one says ‘your wife’s a prostitute’, issues, serious issues.

Anyway Sullah? Punjab, the Sikhs in the 1980’s, well early 80s, 70s, they formed an organization and basically what is labelled, what, what is labelled as a gang, it’s labelled by some as a gang, and it was formed to prevent and tackle Muslim grooming gangs, so then what happened was

– oh hello man, yeah, nice to meet you – [Passer-by: ‘can I get a photo with you’] oh yeah, yeah, of course mate, of course [Passer-by: ‘I love everything you’re doing mate’] well cheers man. thanks [Passer-by: ‘me I’ll do a backyard to support you I want to come to a march or something’] there, well, yeah, there’s nothing planned ,but there will be, you, yeah, cheers lads, that’s ,thanks boys, cheers, cheers, see ya, so, yeah [Passer-by: ‘Hello Tommy, can I get one as well’] yes, No worries, hun, [Passer-by: ‘sorry when you’ve finished live-streaming can you give me a shout’] yeah, no worries mate,

so there’s the Sikh community got organized and many of their, their … well across the country volunteers come forward again [something inaudible from another passer-by] yeah, no worries mate, [Passer-by: ‘he’s a legend … Tommy Robinson isn’t it’] no, thanks mate, thank you, thanks man, yes, so the Sikh community got organized and basically what seems to then happened is the Sikhs are still being targeted, but the Muslims went for the easier target because there was resistance, so at times, and something I think, so some men still in jail for the, the battles and the wars that went on in then eighties and nineties, though the media didn’t tell you about … thanks, thanks … then media didn’t tell you about in Birmingham’s, the city of Birmingham which believe is where a Sullah? Punjab was formed, it was formed as a resistance and men and volunteers come forward to defend the women in their community, they come forward and they’ve done it, if they needed to, physically, yeah, and that put the Muslims on the back foot and still to this day, there was a court case just two years ago where I think 17 Sikh men I believe was sentenced to prison after a Sikh girl was gang-raped and groomed and prostituted. The police refused to deal with it, the Sikhs then targeted the businesses that the girls were raped in, and then the police dealt with it, and then the men got sent to prison for raping the girl, but up until the point of violence by the, and you say violence I’d say defence, against what was going on and against the protection of their daughters, then the police dealt with it, and even in that case there, what happened was this, so a restaurant and two houses were targeted, these were restaurants and houses where they’ve been raping young girls, and the Chief Inspector of Leicestershire police come out on the news and said, ‘we want we want to quash the rumours, it’s rumours, unfounded rumours about grooming problems in this area’, three weeks later they arrested the Muslims for raping the girl, targeting the girl, so the copper lied to the public as usual, they lied, but then they had to deal with it because …

how you doing mate [member of public asks something probably selfie] – yeah, yeah, of course, yeah you can, yeah, cheers mate, thank you, no worries, thank you … pretty much most people, well everyone who’s come walking past, has put the hand over their chest for their company [Tommy is gesturing as if hiding company logo on clothing] and say ‘I can’t be seen being photographed or can’t be seen agreeing’, but yes a Sullah? Punjab formed and it forms a resistance, they, they are still active today in defending Sikh girls, um, and I say like over the years, and you can go back and so you can have, you can find news articles, yeah this is where, this is when you realize how long this grooming problems and going on, news articles from the late 70s, early 80s, where they’re interviewing Sikhs who saying these Muslim boys are targeting , they’re pretending to be Sikh, they even wear the Sikh bangle, they pretend to be Sikh to get the girls in, into compromised positions where they get footage of the girl, so one of them might pull the girl, become girlfriend become boyfriend with her, be really nice, 17, 18, get an image of her, and because of the, because of the honour if that’s the right word, because the honour in the Sikh community, they’ve then got that girl because then they threaten to put it on Sikh websites and Sikh things, and they know that girl’s future and, and whether she’ll be married within the community, that it all raises a risk, so then that girl is pretty much theirs to do what they want with, this is the tactics they use, there’s an organization called Sikh Awareness Society who travels this country, travels Sikh temples, and for years people didn’t listen to him even within the Sikh community, people didn’t listen to him, people believed it was religious intolerance because of etc, etc, to a certain irony, when Rotherham scandal come out that people realize ‘shit these guys are right, these guys have been doing this’, and he and, and, and voluntary with no government support, the Sikh Awareness Society get no government support, no government funding, self-funded by the Sikh community, they don’t just help Sikh children, they help all children’s, in fact I believe I was hoping Mohan Singh, who’s an amazing gentleman, who carries a great aura around him, he who leads this charity, there’s also the communities are all active, they’re getting organized they were.

I went to, I went to, I went to a talk at a Hindu temple in London, there was a talk about grooming and the police come and apologize to everyone, they stood then, I watched as a top police officer said, ‘we’re sorry we fucked up, we haven’t been on it,’ and they apologized to everyone ,and then I walked as they showed a documentary about grooming to educate all the mums and sisters, all the women were there to be educated on Muslim grooming gangs, yeah, I’m thought at the ends, this is great but where’s our warning, who’s apologizing to us, this is great for Sikh community, great for Hindu community, yeah, great, they’re organized, they’re having these seminars, the police are coming and apologizing to everyone, they’re teaching, and teaching the daughters and the mums about what’s happening, so where’s the teaching in our community, well, why are the church not holding these seminars, why are we not getting shown, why are the police not turning up our community centres,

[cheers from passers by, Tommy Tommy] – how you doing mate, you alright [Passer-by: ‘what you doing what you doing over here’] – I’m here for a court case, that’s, you look smart, very smart [Passers-by: ‘we’re working, we’re working’] – you’re working, yeah, and then, how you doing boys, you want to say hello, [Passers-by: ‘how you doing, alright’, two men wave and smile to camera] yeah, good [Passer-by: ‘what’s going on’] – there’s a grooming court case going on, this, 29 people on charge, ten of them are up for verdict today [Passer-by: ‘what they charged for?’] raping girls as young as 11, 18 girls are part of this trial, I think there was hundreds in Huddersfield, so yeah, in the city of Huddersfield there’s 29, so yeah, I’m here to report, to let people know these court cases are going on, this what’s happening – [Passer-by: ‘needs to be stopped’] – needs to be stopped – [passer-by: ‘100%’] – yeah definitely does, cheers man, thank you [Passer-by: ‘I went to Luton’] did you live in Luton, did you, where did you live? [Passer-by: ‘I lived in, uh’] when you was young? [Passer-by: ‘I lived there for two years when I was at college’] oh did you, what college? [Passer-by: ‘mumble Luton’] oh did you (inaudible) or Barfield yeah yeah something Hill [I lived in a LS4 no LS3] what LU3 oh LU3 yeah [LS11 was Luton] oh you yeah LU3 sort of Lewsey Farm area [Passer-by: ‘what’s before Lewsey Farm?] well you got Hockwell Ring, Marsh Farm, Leagrave train station near the McDonald’s [Passer-by: ‘yeah yeah’] Marsh Road did you like Luton, what was the Sixth form like now? [Passer-by: ‘um yeah cool I enjoyed it, I only was there for a few years, I was from Portsmouth originally’] are you from Portsmouth yeah? [Passer-by: ‘my sister went to uni there’] where, in Luton, in Luton, and you have ended up here working [Passer-by: ‘my family moved up here’] yeah [Passer-by: ‘it’s cheaper up here than down south’] yeah, much cheaper isn’t it, now fair play [Passer-by: ‘can I get a picture of you’] cheers lad, cheers bruvs, have of a good day, the only, you see what’s quite funny is, of course mate [Passer-by: ‘been watching you and I thought I’d come down and show you some support’] he was [Passer-by: ‘a wonderful job mate’] thanks mate [Passer-by: ‘surprised there’s not many more people out here, keep up the good work, well done’]

Cheers mate, what’s quite funny is, um, cheers mate, thanks, what’s quite funny is, honey, the only people who work, who feel comfortable enough, hang on, hold on one second … the only people who are at work, everyone else who’s walk past who’s at work has, we hid their logo, said ‘I can’t be seen getting pictured’ the two young non-white lads, they’re happy to, because they can’t get called a racist or an extremist, it’s bad innit.

Wow my mates, a lot of my friends don’t tell publicly in their work offices, and they’re very good friends with me, but one I got one mate, a black, black lad who I went to school with called Dean, who proudly just says, ‘he’s my best mate, what are you talking about, you don’t what you talking about’, as we’re all these arguments to that for, but he can, he can … sighs …

Again, we are just waiting for five more alleged, alleged child rapists to enter court. If you’re watching this, give it a share and eight thousand you know, this is the most people I’ve ever seen on my life for watching, so thanks for sharing it. Tonight I’ll bring you a video coming soon, it will be at Tommy Robinson online, it will be on YouTube, it will be on, on Facebook, the video will show you the families who are coming together and forming organizations to patrol the streets to prevent young girls being groomed and raped.

We also have another story which we’re working on, which is another grooming scandal similar to Telford, similar to Rotherham, that’s been covered up in another major city in the UK. We have addresses that we’re hoping to stake out for as long as it takes, because we know young girls are being brought in and out of them, the, the fact that the, the fact the people we’re talking to have reported this constantly to the police, in fact just last weekend a young girl was come screaming out the house at two o’clock in the morning, a child, police done nothing, they’re being called, they’re not doing anything, we’ve got hopefully email evidence to this that these have been reported … since 2006 against these perpetrators, and nothing’s been done,

But these cases and these things I wouldn’t again be able to work on or have the time to work on or have a team to work on and be able be able to research them without the people who go online and give us support at Tommy Robinson online, so if you’re one of those people, know every time you watch our video, you done it for me, is that where we, we’re a people’s media channel for the people, by the people, by the people for the people, whatever, but yes, um, we don’t have any big backers, so we have no one telling us what we can cover and can’t cover, which we used to have, now we do what we want, we cover what we want, we go where we want, and the main things and I think the place we need to be is on the street in most instances, because it’s on the street where I’m meeting the people, you know the people the media don’t want to talk to, the people they should be talking, to the people who are affected by these problems, yeah, share it, share it, share it, get up to 10,000 live people by the time these next alleged offenders walk through these doors.

Again, anyone watching this, the men are innocent until proven guilty, their reactions will seem quite, they’re all sexual and abusive do you know what sick, like every time I’ve ever been to court, ever, there’s herds of press and media standing outside photographing and harassing me. There’s no media here. Not one single journalist outside this court …

Leeds, Leeds, Leeds we’re all Leeds isn’t we, I was a fanatical Leeds United supporter, this is the city I’m in for my sins, as a child I used to love them man, my dad used to take me up here as well. In the David O’Leary era for any Leeds people watching this which were, Leeds were flying high man, flying high.

That’s your man there look the Baldy one, is that have you seen him? [One of the team: ‘yeah yeah’] yeah? How you doing mate? what you in court for today if you don’t mind me asking? [Man entering court: I’VE BEEN SEEING YOUR MUM] You’ve been seeing my mum? Another comment about a woman, what are you in court for mate, how’s the trial gone? How’s the trial gone? How’s the trial gone bro? [‘I don’t think it’s fair …’] you’re the one in ??quire? (Inaudible) anyway, another comment about your mum, that’s every single alleged person who’s walked into …

cheers mate Thanks … every single alleged person who’s walked into court today has made sexual references about women. Strange.

I have to be super careful because the police somewhere, somewhere right now, there’ll be a police officer watching this video saying ‘can we fuck him, can we pull him’ on what they did, on last time which was bullshit, was a contempt of court charge where basically five Muslims had gang raped a young child who asked for directions, they took her upstairs into their chicken shop and they raped her. I found out about this and I found out those five men were all on bail, well one of them absconded to Afghanistan or something like that, and they got him but he was remanded, the rest were out on bail, so I found they’re on bail, and guess what, they’re still running the same chicken shop, so I went down to the chicken shop, they locked up the chicken shop,

and then I went to the court case, and I stood outside the court and I said to the police officer, ‘Hold on, the people in this community and the people in this town need to be aware that these men are alleged to have gang raped a child, there’s still young children going in that chicken shop’, so I’d say that the, the, the judge failed to protect the British people in that case, those men should have been, they’re all convicted now, they’re sentenced, twenty years, they all got convicted, so why were they walking around on bail, why were they running a chicken shop, why were they still out, why, what, why, whoa whoa whoa why, men get, people get remanded for fuck all, why were they allowed to continue running a chicken shop dealing with young children in and out of their shop after gang raping a young child who was lost.

Why, and because of that I was dawn-raided by the police and I faced charges where thankfully to people donating, I had two of the best QCs in the country and I got off with a three-month suspended sentence which I’m currently on now, so if the police can pin anything on me I’ll be going to jail for three months now. Don’t feel sorry for me, feel sorry for Paul Golding and Jayda Fransen because they’re both in jail for that exact same case, they went to the, if I had to say alleged rapist, the child rapist’s house, the man who raped a young girl who served in 18 or 20 years in prison, they went to his house and they went to alert the neighbours, and because Jayda Fransen, I think called him a Muslim rapist ,she’s been sentenced to 16 weeks in prison basically, and Paul Golding I believe’s been released from prison, but this is what they done to me, he’s been released from prison for that offense, he’s got conditions, he can’t send emails, go on Facebook, he’s not allowed to do fuck all.

When I was released from prison for a so-called mortgage offense, I was told I was not allowed to contact anyone from the English Defence League, now, what’s the English Defence League got to have a mortgage fraud if it wasn’t politically motivated. And even when there was a funeral and I explained my friend had died, I was told I couldn’t go to the funeral.

Do you think both for them are on charge, do you think both of those lads were in charge, one of them has a bag yeah … they look like police officers. I’ll be absolutely screwed if I get nicked. There’s a lot of police officers here now. We’re nearly at 9,000 if you’re watching this, give it a share, get some more people, let’s get up to 10,000, keep sharing it, keep sharing it, keep letting people know that these court cases are going on every week up and down our country, every week and they haven’t even scratched the surface of the amount of men, for example in Rotherham where you add 1,400 children raped there’s been like 10 people convicted of 10, 10, 10 ,listen to the girls… okay ten. Think about it, 10. 1400 children raped, 10 people who face charges, listen to some of the girls’ interviews when the girls were raped by 30 men in one weekend, says another 20 men just off that one victim that you need to prosecute. but you haven’t.

Are those two, have you seen those two in court, don’t know ,yeah, might not be though, cheers mate, thing that’s lads, what you’re in court for, that’s, what you’re in court for? [People entering court: ‘we’re spectators’] Are you just spectators, yeah you mates [‘eh?’] mates [people entering court: ‘yes mates’] They are, let’s see, this is the difference so these are these are friends, so they’re, I didn’t put it on anything they are not alleged to have done anything, but they’re here, they’re here as friends and spectators to support men that are alleged to have

[someone shouts ‘up here Tommy’] oh my god I wonder if I’m allowed to video up there [‘yes you can’] we have windows full of them all now, how they’re hiding … yeah … we’re at 9,000 we’re at, um, that’s a good live for you ain’t it, 9,000 live, that’s a … I’d like to say spectators. I don’t know, you are a bit concerned is, because I’m, I know that if there’s a reporting restriction that no one, we can’t let you know, so I’m not gonna be able to do it live for the verdicts, when they get their verdicts I can say here before the case, but when they get their verdict if it happens today, then the reaction of their friends, then, um, which I will get because I will question them, you know the spectators, the two lads who just walked in who are spectators, I’ll ask them some questions about how they think is acceptable to come and support alleged, well we see what happens, but I won’t be able to share that with you until this until the reporting restrictions are lifted which I don’t think they’re gonna be lifted for another possibly six months, um, yeah …

9200, keep sharing man, get up to 10,000 just for the last the last couple of, whether it be spectators, I should have shades in their faces shouldn’t I, but you know, I wasn’t sure if they’re up, and I, in fact I knew that they’re not up, they haven’t got their prison bag, there was another lad, I don’t know if you’ve got pictures of who’s on this trial for the case, no one’s, because no one’s took pictures of them, so it’s a fucking joke innit [passer by talks about not allowed to publicise anything on social media] oh yeah, you’re not allowed to publicise the verdict, are the pictures, yeah, but every, every pictures, names are out there, right, yeah, you’re allowed to, every, every other person who goes to court gets their picture and name publicized the name … he hasn’t got a prison bag he must be a friend … uh?

Was it, which one .. oh mate what you in court for? [Man entering court: ‘FUCK YOURSELF’] come on mate [Another person: ‘assault there’] [Unclear who this is: ‘you’re not allowed to do that, he had no right to put his arm on him then’] if I put my hand on him would I’ve been arrested just like just, just, serious question? If I put my hands on him, would I have been arrested, say I pushed him, if I pushed him, if the next one he comes up, if I walk up to him, push him, will you arrest me? [someone else, not clear who: ‘give you a warning’] oh yeah, you give me a warning, you think give him a warning? [Someone, possibly a police officer: ‘I didn’t see it’] You didn’t see it, did you see it? [‘no I didn’t’ – police] You didn’t see anything [‘suggestion about degree of closeness, (unclear)] No well, no I’m just close as I am to you, you’re not pushing me [passer-by speaks, unclear]

Let me see, that’s the big one, yeah, that said, yeah, yeah [passer-by speaks] … you should go, say, do you know which one threatened to kill you? Do you know which one it was …[Passer-by, not sure who: ‘it’s the one who always does it isn’t it?’] The one in the grey, the grey tracksuit, oh yeah, just say to the officer ‘I want to make a complaint, he threatened to kill me’, if someone threatened to kill one of them, it would be a hate crime, would you get his details so you know who is … [passers by speaking]

So this lady’s been outside court, and one of the Muslim gentleman has been telling her ‘she’s dead ,she’s dead’ [Tommy is making cutting gestures to neck]. Now the problem is, I don’t think that’s that like, but if that was a Muslim woman, and young English men were telling the Muslim woman ‘she’s dead, she’s dead’ they’d be arrested on a hate crime and the police wouldn’t be standing there, just like the gentleman who just pushed me as I walked through, um, I’m not that bothered that he pushed me if I’m honest, nothing ma, nothing major but, if you reverse the roles, probably be nicked.

We’re at 10,000 we’re at 10,000 if you’re just joining us if you’re just watching this, there’s a, there’s ten men in court who are alleged to have been involved in child prostitution and grooming. This trial involves 29 people, 27 of them are male, two of them female, two female Muslim women, 27 males, 30% are called Mohammed, this is an ongoing situation in our country where basically, not to do with this case because no one’s been convicted on this case yet, but if we look at previous cases, if I give you the, what not, what I say that’s not, I’m not gonna give you my (inaudible – opinion?) and give you the, the perpetrators, the men, the Somalian man in the Bristol grooming scandal said it was his religious duty to do what he was doing.

Many of the men in the Rochdale and Rotherham ones worked at mosques, taught at mosques, there’s a funny article where one of the men who’s currently facing trial for allegedly planning to kill Prince George, William’s son, so the Sun newspaper, and I’ve got both these articles, online they said ‘mosque teacher’ because he was a teacher at mosque you see, but he’s a terrorist right, so by the time, late, later that evening, they’ve got rid of ‘mosque teacher’ so it just says his name, so they’ve obviously been told they have to remove the fact that he’s a mosque teacher, now he is a mosque teacher, he’s teaching Islam, his teachings have led him to want to murder a young child because he’s a kafir, but yeah … sighs …

da-da-da-da-da-da-da at that’s some lad walking past who probably thinks I’m filming him, I’m not filming him, I’m filming myself, but he’s walked past with his wife, I wouldn’t film some Muslim fellow with his wife … inaudible. Because if he thinks I am filming anyway …

these cases, what’s happening is basically, which if we didn’t see Boko Haram’s leader, Boko Haram’s leader says Mohammed commands us, Mohammed commands us to take non-Muslim women as sexual slaves, so we have Boko Haram’s leader saying that, Isis done exactly the same first they do, took all the women as sexual slaves because they’re, because they’re allowed to in the scripture, they’re allowed to, what actually says, I’ve been through this for many Muslims, in the Koran it says, outside of your four wives, you can take whatever the right arm possesses i.e. slaves. Okay, so they can take non-Muslims, Muhammad did it okay, so Muhammad’s the perfect moral compass for Muslims, he took sexual slaves, he took sexual slaves. His wife Sofia, I, was taken as a slave after he murdered her husband and beheaded him, so if we see these sort of things in Scripture and then we see a massive over-representation of Muslim men in child sexual grooming gangs, we should look to try and wonder and work out why, why, why, why is this happening, and these could there be some sort of link possibly?

Of course, the minute you try to do that, you’re shouted down, scream that, called a bigot, all you’re trying to do is solve a problem, to try and save some young kids in the future, but of course it’s got nothing to do with Islam, that’s what we get told, nothing to do with Islam … sighs … thank you if you’ve shared this gone to 10,000 people live … what does Nebraski mean Ken? … what will get a bit …

obviously I’ll turn my camera off but when the last perpetrators, who are alleged perpetrators, go into court I’m going to go into court, I want to go into court, I want to watch what happens, yeah? [to passer by] … she wouldn’t … what’s that? Are you family? definitely … I know so, I won’t show it … there’s some Muslim hijab-wearing women gone into court but I don’t know that they’re there to support these men so I think it would be unfair if I stuck cameras in their faces or ask them any questions.

Once I’ve been into the court case, once I go in the court case, once I see who’s there for them, then of course when I come outside a court afterwards, I will question them, I will speak to them, see if they’ve got any sympathy with the young 11-year old children, whether they think, whether they stand by their family members, whether they think what their family members have done is wrong, or whether they think this is all one conspiracy to get them because they’re Muslims.

What’s the time? And what’s my battery saying? Caolan, you ain’t got one of those charger things ain’t you? What’s the time? oh you got one, wicked. [it’s only 9:35] So they got 25 minutes … yeah … thank you very much … cheers mate … sighs … hums … yes, alright though, what’s up, [‘are you still on live-stream?’] yeah, I’m gonna live-stream until the last people are in court [passer-by: ‘How long are you going to be I don’t want to get in the way?’] that’s alright, what do you want? Oh just a selfie mate, that’s alright, oh right, yeah, so I’m gonna literally film them until they come in under the, live-stream it, and then as soon as I’ve live-streamed I’m gonna go into court to watch what happens [passer by] oh, it’s cold isn’t it [Passer-by: ‘yes it’s freezing’] is that their solicitor [passer-by speaks] oh that’s alright, what are you an NGO [no I will be, I went to their conference in Sevenoaks] yeah, I just interviewed, err yeah, [passer by: ‘yeah, Caolan told me’] yeah, nice lads [passer-by: ‘inaudible, taking a photo’]

do you know, best one, what some, some lad come up with his camera, and he said ‘can I just have a photo’ so I said ‘yeah’, when he got … so I’m facing, he’s there, he said ‘you’re a fucking wanker’ I was like ‘yes!’ [Passer-by: ‘am I on your video’] No, you’re not … you don’t want to be on it … yeah, so he said … and I thought it was absolutely brilliant, is that my original as well, because ‘can I have a selfie’ it’s like that, I was looking at him saying this, we’re both looking as he’s saying it … so.

Oh sighs … oh its cold isn’t it? They’ve got 20 minutes now, twenty minutes to being in court, [NB YouTube auto-generated transcript 69,33 says ‘being caught’ which might be interpreted as if Tommy is implying guilt. This is an error.] What’s the time George, twenty to? [George: ‘yes’] Twenty to. The charge? Oh no [There is clearly something going on around Tommy] this isn’t contempt of court is it? [‘No’] No it’s definitely not is it [He hasn’t said anything] I haven’t said anything that’s already out there in the public, [clearly he means ‘that’s not already out there’] I’m just saying there’s a court case see, I shouldn’t even have to worry about, it’s quite worrying, this worrying because [passer by speaks] I know it’s worrying because [‘you know they’ll be extra strict with you’] but there’s nothing they can do, all the information is out there, everything I’ve said, I’ve said alleged, so I’ve said they’re not, they’re innocent till proven guilty, all I’m doing is giving mere fact and not in any way trying to prejudice the case [70.33 of YouTube aut-generated transcript says ‘all I am doing is giving me a fact and anyway trying to prejudice the case’ which is clearly an error] it’s worrying isn’t it, because the judge is looking out the window …

but you are allowed to do this right, I haven’t done anything wrong, I’m alright, [‘there’s nothing that could prejudice the case’] Yeah, but we’ve with the last contempt of court case trial, there’s no jury it’s just a judge so the judge can say whatever he wants, when I went the last time, whatever, there’s no jury so [‘Tommy you’ve done it online, it’s live-streamed’] so, what’s that? [‘The judge admitted at Canterbury that you hadn’t actually broken the law’] yeah, that’s it yeah, so sounds, yeah, I’m thought, so I was just making sure I was right, I was getting a bit worried then, … it’s grim up North yeah, [Tommy … inaudible’] no I’m fine, thank you. Cheers. Parking’s up in 20 minutes [‘inaudible from others’] yeah but not in the car, I want to get into court, I want to see what they say at ten. [Others speaking]

Yeah, yeah, we’ve got ages, so I’ll have to go put another five on the car, I need to get five, yeah, I know got five ones. This will be them … is it? … Hums … I’ll end up walking in court and the judge will hold me in court car nappin innit, I haven’t said anything have I? Do you recognize that lad huh? … [‘ask him, ask him’] Hello mate, what are you in court for? [man entering court: ‘I’m here for … (unclear) ?robbery?’] oh sorry, no ,sorry man LAUGHS yeah I know that, oh yeah, what’s that, he’s a lawyer isn’t he, yeah, but the last time I was in Huddersfield and he said ‘I’m a solicitor’ and I thought he looked very smart, what he’s a solicitor. I went in a court, he’s sitting there as one than the groomers well, I thought, well, he done me, because they get a photo of you, because I listen to him that’s one of the lads going in there with a prison bags, horrible innit, are all in it, almost 10,000 people.

This is the verdict, so the trial’s ended, the jury are making their mind up, and this is the verdict, this is the verdict today … so I can see someone … yeah me, yeah, yeah, how you doing, alright, [Passer-by: ‘what’s going on here? Paedophiles’] yeah 29, 29 of them on trial, two women for grooming 11-year-olds, well, allegedly grooming little girls [passer-by: ‘is this an EDL thing?’] no I left them, just doing this, just, just doing the media mate, just trying to show people who are watching this is what’s happening, this is, what the case is, this is how many girls were victims, this is what they’ve said, and this is what they’ve done [inaudible from passers-by] they do in prison, I know you’ve been in there, you just got out [Passer-by: ‘I just got out’] what was it like? [passer-by: ‘Shit’]

Are you gonna arrest me? [police officer: ‘my colleague’s gonna explain what’s gonna happen next right’] I’ve been arrested? [Police officer: ‘you are being arrested’] I am being arrested? [police officer: ‘on causing breach of the peace on the content’] I’m of cause … [police officer: ‘on the content of what you are streaming’] I’m of causing a breach of peace, I’m being arrested, the content of my streaming, I’m being arrested for breach of the peace, I’ve been arrested for breach the peace. You’ve all watch this, watch this, you’ve all watched this, you’ve all watched this, can you get me a solicitor George, [police officer: ‘just turn off your live-stream for me’] yeah [police officer: ‘do you understand what I’ve just said’] can you explain again? [police officer: ‘you’re arrested on suspicion of breaching the peace’] What does that mean, what does that mean, what does that mean, what does that mean?

End of transcript

Tommy Robinson’s trial has been adjourned until later this month – I will keep you up to date with developments as they unfold. Remember – outrage is not enough – the time has come to show those in power that we are not going to accept this any more and that we are now prepared to actually do something about it, even if they aren’t.

Tim Burton

Anjem Choudary versus Tommy Robinson? There IS a difference, although it’s not the difference our government would have us believe

      Hate preachers?

Back in June of this year, the youth group of the British Labour Party, Momentum, put out a tweet comparing Tommy Robinson to Anjem Choudary and suggesting that they were equally deserving of the contempt of all right-thinking people because they were both guilty of preaching hatred.

Surprisingly, Momentum were strongly criticised by some people in the Labour Party who, despite a lifetime of politically correct indoctrination, were still able to determine that there is a difference between a full-on, copper-bottomed, dyed-in-the-wool hate preacher such as Anjem Choudary who has abused our hospitality and our tolerance for far too long, and a counter-jihad hero such as Tommy Robinson who risks his life to shine a light on the evils of a barbaric seventh-century ideology that, left to its own devices, would eventually see every non-Muslim forcibly converted to Islam, enslaved under Muslim rule, or brutally slaughtered in the name of Allah.

However, the next few days are likely to see two events that may seem unconnected on the surface but together will have profound ramifications for our justice system, and by extension our government, who appear not to care that the dangerous terrorist-enabling hate preacher Anjem Choudary is due to be released back onto our streets, while at their same time doing their level best to see Tommy Robinson behind bars again, with a process that is likely to culminate in him being murdered in prison.

The Rebel Media has started a campaign to keep Anjem Choudary in prison – he was given a prison sentence that was far too short given the treasonous nature of his crimes, and his presence as a free man on the streets of our beloved country is something that we could well do without. Please sign the petition referred to in the article and contribute whatever you can to the campaign in order to keep Anjem Choudary in the slammer.

For those of you who are unable to attend Tommy Robinson’s trial at the Old Bailey on Thursday 27 September, please sign up to Ezra Levant’s Twitter feed as he will be reporting live from the courtroom, and please contribute whatever you can to the Free Tommy campaign (also organised by Ezra Levant and the Rebel Media organisation.)

Also – don’t miss this interview between Tommy Robinson and Katie Hopkins as Tommy describes life in prison and the very real prospect that the government will pull out all the stops to prevent his message from getting out to a wider audience.

Finally – I must apologise to the readers of this website as posting has been light to non-existent lately due to my persistent medical problems. One doesn’t wish to bore others with the finer details, especially as it might at the very least put you off your breakfast with the accompanying lurid descriptions of blood and gore, but the good news is that after my latest round of heart surgery I should now be on the road to recovery – and a three to four-month course of Cardiac Rehabilitation should see me bounding around like a Duracell Bunny on steroids, although I don’t think Usain Bolt will have anything to worry about in terms of competition.

Tim Burton

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Please sign the petition calling for an investigation into the treatment of Tommy Robinson in prison

 Counter Jihad Hero

I attach herewith a link to a petition calling for a Parliamentary Select Committee to investigate the treatment of Tommy Robinson.

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/226693/sponsors/new?token=ladXxF5yzvvknW80MB4B

I am sure you have been as shocked as I have to find out about the treatment of Tommy Robinson within the UK Prison System between Friday 25 May and Wednesday 01 August 2018.

Ezra Levant initial report – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pz9ESOrJMHE

Tommy’s interview with Tucker Carson – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvLnbEo_OcY

Tommy’s interview with Ezra – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QoAxe0J3k3c&feature=push-sd&attr_tag=8KD8yR5jDz7jYAM-%3A6

Please sign the petition and forward it to as many people as you possibly can. Don’t forget, if the Establishment can get away with meting out this unjust treatment to Tommy Robinson, then they will not hesitate to mete out further injustices, and you or I (or our loved ones) could be next.

As the petition states, there are many questions to be answered –

“We, the petitioners, believe the recent trial, imprisonment and treatment of Mr Stephen Yaxley Lennon (also known as Tommy Robinson) whilst in HMP Onley is in direct contravention of various British laws and the guidelines as laid down by the European Court of Human Rights.”

The Parliamentary Select Committee should take the following into account:

  • What was the involvement, if any, of Secretary of State for Justice, Mr David Gauke?
  • Why was Mr Lennon subjected to what amounts to a Kangaroo Court trial over a civil offence?
  • Why was Mr Lennon moved to HMP Onley and who was responsible for this decision?
  • The Governer of HMP Onley, Mr Matthew Tilt, had a Duty of Care toward Mr Lennon, did he contravene that Duty of Care?

Please post the link to this position everywhere you can – via Email, Facebook, Twitter, Gab.ai and all other forms of social media, and through your personal contacts.

In my opinion, every single person of goodwill should be on board with this. The implications go far beyond the treatment of just one man by the Establishment and the UK Prison System, and go right to the heart of the just, equitable and reasonable application of the law to everyone in this country.

Best regards,

Tim (Timothy M Burton)                     Email – tim@counterjihadwarrior.com

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Tommy Robinson released from HMP Onley – tells MSM reporters “all you do is lie to the British people”

Tommy Robinson freed

Wednesday 01 August 2018 – Following the judgement handed down by Lord Chief Justice Burnett at the Royal Courts of Justice earlier today, Tommy Robinson has been freed from HMP Onley and had a few choice words for waiting mainstream media (MSM) reporters.

Tommy singled out a Sky News reporter as a microphone was thrust under his nose and he was asked “do you have any regrets?”

It seems like a fair question when taken out of context, but considering that the MSM have gone out of their way to demonise him and to put his life and the lives of his family in danger, one can fully understand Tommy’s reply – “Why would I have anything to say to you – all you do is lie. You’ve lost the faith of the British public.”

Report from Sky News here:

Report from ITV News here:

Report from BBC News here:

For an unbiased view of the proceedings, I would highly recommend the reporting by Ezra Levant of The Rebel Media. Ezra has flown over from Canada to attend both appeal hearings and has recorded a series of videos on each occasion.

He was also given permission to live-stream reports from the court via Twitter. I am sure the irony has not been lost on him considering that Tommy Robinson was arrested, charged, tried, sentenced and imprisoned within the space of five hours on Friday 25 May 2018 for what amounts to virtually identical behaviour.

Robert Spencer from Jihad Watch makes the point that Tommy is still being tarred as “anti-Muslim” for opposing jihad terror and sharia law, when in the 1930’s nobody was criticised for being “anti-Nazi” – and there was an obvious distinction between being “anti-Nazi” and “anti-German”.

Arguably Islam is a thousand times worse than Nazism, as we have given it undue protection from criticism on the grounds that it is primarily a “religion”, which is manifestly not the case, as 64% of the Islamic texts can be more accurately described as political rather than religious, which makes Islam primarily a political ideology.

Meanwhile the Koran inspires Muslims – indeed, divinely commands Muslims – to wage war against everyone and everything non-Muslim, and the Establishment and the lying mainstream media do everything they can to cover this up after every jihad attack.

Once the dust has settled, I am sure there will be some public celebrations of Tommy’s release, which was basically an admission by the Lord Chief Justice that proper criminal procedures were not followed in the Leeds Crown Court case, which is what we in the counter-jihad movement have been saying all along.

If anyone out there thinks that such an idea has merit, I would be willing to re-record the music video “Counter Jihad Hero” in a professional setting with professional music artists for broadcast at future events. I am not looking for any payment for my time, merely for an opportunity to provide a fitting tribute to one of the greatest patriots and public figures of the 21st century.

Tim Burton

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Tommy Robinson is freed on appeal by the Lord Chief Justice at the Royal Courts of Justice in London – Wednesday 01 August 2018

      Tommy Robinson

This morning, Wednesday 01 August 2018, Tommy Robinson was freed on appeal. He is however on bail to return to Leeds at an unspecified point in the future to have the Contempt of Court case re-heard.

In anticipation of this momentous and historic event, I recorded a music video tribute to Tommy Robinson entitled “Counter Jihad Hero” – with the following comments:

In recording this video, I anticipated a successful appeal for Tommy Robinson on Wednesday 01 August at the Royal Courts of Justice in London – and indeed it was successful, as Tommy is now out on bail. However he still has to return to Leeds at an unspecified date to have the Contempt of Court hearing re-heard, so some of the lyrics are not quite as accurate as they might be. But I am putting the video out there for your comments anyway. And yes, I know my singing sounds like a cat being strangled, so you needn’t point that out to me.
YouTube has made a valiant attempt at subtitling the lyrics through the “Closed Caption” button but has obviously given up in disgust half way through. If time permits I will add my own subtitles but in the meantime I can only apologise if the lyrics are not as clear as they should be.

Lyrics to “Counter Jihad Hero”

Counter-Jihad Hero

Written by Tim Burton © Copyright 2018

Verse One:

His name is Tommy Robinson / he’s a lad from Luton Town

The Establishment can’t stand him, but he’ll never let us down

He’s a counter-jihad hero / and he’s endured a world of pain

But now they’ve had to let him out, he’ll Make Britain Great Again!

(Chorus)

And we’ll have another Day for Freedom before the year is out

We’ll show them that we’ll never accept defeat

Another Day for Freedom and this time there is no doubt

We’ll make those brick walls rumble – we’ll make those brick walls crumble

Oh, we’ll make those brick walls tumble in Downing Street!

Verse Two:

Now Tommy was in Leeds in May / live-streaming his report

When seven burly coppers pounced and dragged him to the court

They sentenced him to thirteen months but it was a bad idea

‘Cos now the counter-jihad movement’s getting into gear!

(Chorus)

And we’ll have another Day for Freedom before the year is out

We’ll show them that we’ll never accept defeat

Another Day for Freedom and this time there is no doubt

We’ll make those brick walls rumble – we’ll make those brick walls crumble

Oh, we’ll make those brick walls tumble in Downing Street!

Verse Three:

At the Royal Courts in London Town / his case it was re-tried

The Lord Chief Justice said – My son, you can leave this court with pride

You’re a counter-jihad hero / you’re free to go campaign

And summon every patriot – to Make Britain Great Again!

(Chorus)

And we’ll have another Day for Freedom before the year is out

We’ll show them that we’ll never accept defeat

Another Day for Freedom and this time there is no doubt

We’ll make those brick walls rumble – we’ll make those brick walls crumble

Oh, we’ll make those brick walls tumble in Downing Street!

Verse Four:

His name is Tommy Robinson / he’s a lad from Luton Town

The Establishment can’t stand him, but he’ll never let us down

He’s a counter-jihad hero / and all the people say

He’s going to be Prime Minister, so watch out Theresa May!

(Chorus)

And we’ll have another Day for Freedom before the year is out

We’ll show them that we’ll never accept defeat

Another Day for Freedom and this time there is no doubt

We’ll make those brick walls rumble – we’ll make those brick walls crumble

Oh, we’ll make those brick walls tumble in Downing Street!

© Copyright 2018 – Tim Burton

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Tommy Robinson’s Appeal at the Royal Courts of Justice – Wednesday 18 July 2018

     #FreeTommy

As most of you will know by now, Tommy Robinson was arrested, charged, convicted and sentenced for Contempt of Court by a judge at Leeds Crown Court on Friday 25 May 2018. Since then, there have been numerous “Free Tommy” demonstrations up and down the country, with tens of thousands of people demonstrating outside Downing Street in Whitehall on several occasions in May, June and July.

An appeal to Free Tommy was launched and crowdfunded by Ezra Levant, the founder of Rebel Media in Canada, in conjunction with Tommy’s family, and was originally scheduled for Tuesday 10 July. The Crown asked for more time to prepare and the appeal was finally heard on Wednesday 18 July. I was there at the Royal Courts of Justice on the day, and had the honour of meeting Ezra Levant in person. He had flown in from Canada specifically to cover the trial, and live-tweeted the proceedings as they unfolded in the court.

Tommy Robinson himself was not present in the court, but appeared on a video-link screen. He looked relaxed and engaged with the proceedings by confirming that he could see and hear everything that was going on in the courtroom.

The appeal was heard by the Lord Chief Justice for England and Wales, the Rt Hon Sir Ian Burnett who was sitting alongside the Hon Mr Justice Turner and the Hon Mrs Justice McGowan.

There were around 50 members of the public in the gallery, with maybe another 50-100 demonstrating outside with flags and banners proclaiming “Free Tommy – Free Speech” – although everyone inside and outside the court appeared to be on their best behaviour – and in fact the judge commented on how well-behaved the public gallery was considering the amount of interest that had been generated in the case.

Mr Jeremy Dein QC opened with the arguments for the defence, and it quickly became apparent that the defence team were seeking not only to have Tommy’s conviction at Leeds Crown Court quashed, but also to have his conviction at Canterbury Crown Court one year previously overturned as well. The arguments were twofold – that proper procedures had not been followed by the judges in either case, and that even if the convictions for contempt of court were to be upheld, the sentencing was disproportionate and Tommy should therefore be released with time served.

The barrister for the Crown, Mr Louis Mably QC, put forward some counter-arguments to suggest that on the contrary, there were no anomalies in the procedures employed by the judges at Leeds or Canterbury, and that the sentence was proportionate under the circumstances. Then it was time to break for lunch.

During the lunch break I had an opportunity to talk with Ezra Levant and to get his thoughts on how he felt the case was progressing. He said that the senior judge appeared very fair-minded and displayed some sympathy with the defence position through his questions and interventions.

I was interested to see a couple of Orthodox Jews in the public gallery – they declined to have their photographs taken but expressed great concern for the issues raised by Tommy Robinson during his campaign to highlight the depravity of Islamic grooming gangs. It just goes to show that the Tommy Robinson case affects all non-Muslims and not just the “racist”, “bigoted” and “Islamophobic” white working-class people as they have been unjustly portrayed in the mainstream media.

After the lunch break, the defence team explored some of the more technical aspects of the case in detail and summarised the case for the defence with the following arguments relating to the conviction and sentence handed down by the judge at Leeds Crown Court:

  • No attempt was made by the judge to identify the precise nature of the breach of Contempt of Court at the time
  • As a consequence, no detailed and appropriate discussions could take place in conference with Tommy’s defence counsel and no submissions could be made by defence counsel on behalf of Tommy at the time
  • Tommy was not told what specifically what he had done wrong, and the judge failed to set out the powers of punishment available to him
  • Insufficient time was allowed for Tommy to reflect upon the charge and to take advice from sufficiently qualified defence counsel at the time
  • Tommy was deprived of an opportunity to submit full and comprehensive  mitigation at the time
  • The sentence was disproportionate for a breach of Contempt of Court and the conditions under which Tommy is being held (albeit for his own safety) meant that he was being treated in an unduly harsh manner

Now this is my personal opinion, but I had a feeling that the senior judge, the Rt Hon Lord Chief Justice Burnett was leaning more strongly towards the arguments put forward by the Tommy’s defence counsel, and less strongly towards the counter-arguments put forward by the Crown prosecutor. However, after a short recess, the judges returned to announce that they were going to reserve judgment for the time being (not unusual in cases of this complexity) and would do their best to deliver a judgment before the end of July.

Naturally this result was a little bit of a disappointment to those in the public gallery who were hoping that Tommy would be released forthwith, but at least the judges did not dismiss the appeal out of hand, and no doubt wished to evaluate the impact of any precedent that might be forthcoming as a result of their judgment.

I have included here an interview with Vlad Tepes in which I elaborate on my thoughts concerning the trial and the events surrounding it.

When the date for the final verdict is announced, I intend to travel down to the Royal Courts of Justice once more in order to report on the proceedings and hopefully to interview the various personalities involved with the case and to get their reactions. Watch this space!

Tim Burton

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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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Patriots On Trial – John Banks takes on the system at Doncaster Magistrates Court

  Justice in Doncaster

On Wednesday 04 July I attended a civil hearing at Doncaster Magistrates Court, where a prominent patriot and political activist, John Banks, was fighting to defend his freedom to protest against the Islamisation of our country.

He was also there to defend his right to forcefully criticise government policies – and to criticise those organs of the state complicit in perpetuating those policies whilst at the same time trying to cover-up a well-orchestrated programme of enormous injustice against the British people.

I have known John a long time, both as a political activist and as a friend, and I have long felt that the systematic persecution of such patriots and political activists should be reported on and openly discussed so that “we the people” can realise the extent that the State will go to suppress the righteous indignation of ordinary citizens who see what is unfolding right in front of them and who wish to warn others of the inevitable outcome, which may well extend to civil war on our streets within a generation.

John Banks has a long and honourable history of standing up and saying the things that the State would rather not have said or broadcast. I have attended several events where John has given powerful and impassioned speeches concerning not only the Islamisation of our country, but the attempted cover-up of one of the most outrageous scandals of our time – the rape and trafficking of thousands of our young and vulnerable children by predatory Muslim rape gangs – or as the media would say – “grooming gangs” as detailed in the 2014 book “Easy Meat” by Peter McLoughlin.

Needless to say, John has had to contend with some of the worst things that the State has been able to throw at him, and on this occasion he was required to appear before Deputy District Judge Russell in a civil hearing to determine whether he should be jailed for breaching the terms of an ASBO.

An ASBO is short for an Anti-Social Behaviour Order. These were originally devised to deal with children and teenagers whose rowdiness occasionally got out of hand, and rather than to subject them to the full criminal court process, it would deal with behaviour that “caused -or was capable of causing – harm, harassment, alarm or distress to any person.”

“Any person.” Not “any reasonable person.”

Any person who was, or could have possibly been, or who could claim to have been “alarmed or distressed” by the actions of John Banks or any other individual, could have his complaint dealt with via a legal process resulting in an Anti-Social Behaviour Order. It is not difficult to see how easily this process could be abused to suppress thoroughly justified and politically motivated protests by patriots such as John Banks.

On this occasion at Doncaster Magistrates Court, the police were trying to argue that John was in breach of an ASBO issued when he made a political protest that was deemed not to have met evidential standards that would have justified criminal charges.

This was serious. If John had been found to be in breach of his ASBO, he could be facing six months to two years imprisonment, and this was at a time when various political activists such as Jayda Fransen, Paul Golding and Tommy Robinson had recently been jailed on various trumped-up charges – all of which fell into the category of “activities that make the State look bad when it has become obvious that the State has become derelict in its primary duty of keeping its citizens safe.”

On the morning of Wednesday 04 July, the police opened their case by playing some CCTV recordings of John Banks speaking at various rallies in Manchester, Rotherham and Sunderland. There were snorts of derision from the public gallery when it became obvious that the police prosecutor was unable to get to grips with the “ClickLink” video system designed to communicate CCTV recordings to everyone in the courtroom, and even  more so when the bundles of documents comprising the evidence against John were presented to the judge, as they were hopelessly disorganised.

Eventually the police prosecutor had to resort to playing the CCTV recordings on his laptop, once to the judge, and once to the defence counsel and the rest of us in the public gallery. Full marks for improvisation, I suppose, although one could easily see that the judge was not impressed.

The CCTV recordings admittedly showed John using “colourful” language to denounce the Islamisation of our country, and to denounce the predatory behaviour of increasing numbers of Islamic grooming gangs.

He was also very scathing concerning the seeming inability of the police, social services and government to effectively deal with the increasing problems that have been caused over the last 20-30 years as a result.

However, at no time was John seen to be inciting murder or mayhem, and he was careful to draw a distinction between Muslims as people and the ideology of Islam itself. He only said what many of us already knew – that if things kept going the way they were, then we were headed for very dark times indeed, and that we were now in a perilous situation that could have easily been avoided if only the State had not been guilty of gross dereliction of duty in its failure to keep its citizens safe.

After much discussion back and forth between the police prosecutor and the judge, it eventually transpired that one of the CCTV recordings was missing. A courier was dispatched to track down the errant CCTV recording and in the meantime the trial was momentarily postponed.

During the break I was able to chat with John Morley, who was acting as an advocate for John Banks. I told him that I wished that I had had him representing me at my trial at Southwark Crown Court in 2017. He would have made short work of Fiyaz “Fizzy Bollocks” Mughal in the courtroom.

Eventually the errant CCTV recording was delivered to Judge Russell and the case resumed. The police prosecutor argued that John had been obstructing the police in their duty of arresting Jayda Fransen at a public rally, however Judge Russell appeared to acknowledge the argument put forward by the defence that on the contrary, the CCTV recording showed that John was merely trying to have Jayda escorted through the crowd towards the police lines in a safe manner, and that there was no attempt to obstruct the police.

Despite our initial forebodings, Judge Russell found that although John Banks’ actions undoubtedly constituted “behaviour causing, or capable of causing harm, harassment, alarm or distress to any person” under the current wording of the Act relating to Anti-Social Behaviour Orders, the case was not strong enough to allow the police to exercise their “powers of arrest” in this instance.

Not only that, but as the original ASBO had come with no time restrictions, the Judge set a limitation of twelve months for the duration of the ASBO. There was much wailing and gnashing of teeth from the police prosecutor, who having seen defeat snatched from the jaws of victory in terms of having John summarily arrested, had argued that the ASBO should at the very least have been kept in place for an extended period of time.

I was pleased -as I am sure most of John’s numerous supporters who were present at the hearing were pleased -to see John emerge from the Court a free man (albeit with a twelve-month restriction on his political activities.)

In my opinion both John Banks and his advocate John Morley deserve medals for heroism in the face of the enemy, although I doubt whether our current spineless Prime Minister Theresa May would agree. We will probably not see a nomination for Lord Banks of Doncaster any time soon. However, the battle to save our country continues, and as the old Buddhist saying has it – “Never underestimate the power of one drop of water. On its own it may seem insignificant, but over time it will wear away the biggest stone, or fill the largest ocean.”

Tim Burton

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Shock horror – Pro-Brexit demonstration in London largely unreported by mainstream media

   We want Brexit

On Saturday 23 June 2018, tens of thousands of patriotic Britons marched from Victoria Station to the Conservative Party headquarters in Millbank, London. The objective was to show the strength of feeling concerning the fact that the anticipated exit from the EU – following the Brexit referendum from exactly two years ago – has been extremely badly handled by this government, and we are now rapidly heading towards a scenario of “no deal” with the European Union due to a combination of intransigence and unreasonable demands from the negotiating team on the EU side, and a distinct impression of incompetence coupled with a general unwillingness to confront the problems and exploit our strong negotiating position from the British side.

For make no mistake, we do have an extremely strong negotiating position insofar as the EU have a lot more to lose from Brexit than we do, and there is no need for us to be offering the EU tens of billions of pounds for the privilege of leaving behind this corrupt bureaucratic system and its waste, inefficiency, and profligate disregard for the wishes of ordinary European citizens.

I was privileged to be there myself, on what turned out to be a warm and sunny Saturday afternoon in London. After the march from Victoria to Millbank with all the other patriots, I saw and heard for myself the passionate speeches delivered by the UKIP leader Gerard Batten, the For Britain leader Anne-Marie Waters, and many other speakers including Luke Nash-Jones of MBGA, the ex-Muslim Shazia Hobbs, who had some choice things to say about Tell Mama UK, and last but not least the founder of “Justice 4 Our Boys”, Tracy Blackwell.

The enthusiasm of patriots was everywhere on display, and there were flags and banners from many patriotic groups including MBGA (Make Britain Great Again) and UKFM (United Kingdom Freedom Movement). There was also a strong presence from the VAT (Veterans against Terrorism) and the DFLA (Democratic Football Lads Alliance) who have organised several events throughout the country over the past 12 months, with an emphasis on protests against Islamic terrorism and more recently, the unjust imprisonment of Tommy Robinson on a Contempt of Court charge.

There have been many videos of the event uploaded to YouTube, and I have included a link to one of them here.  You can see for yourselves that the demonstrators numbered in the tens of thousands.

There was also an anti-Brexit demonstration taking place in London on the same day, and the most striking thing for me was the media coverage given to these two events. The mainstream media focused almost exclusively on the anti-Brexit demonstration in Parliament Square, and for the most part ignored the pro-Brexit demonstration altogether.

Here are some typical mainstream media reports from the BBC, the Guardian and the Independent,  all of which have been trying to outdo themselves in “bigging up” the numbers involved on the anti-Brexit side. If you hadn’t been paying attention to the reports from citizen journalists and the alternative media outlets, you would have been left with the impression that while the anti-Brexit event attracted hundreds of thousands of demonstrators (a gross exaggeration belied by aerial photographs taken at the event on the day) – the pro-Brexit demonstrators consisted of merely “hundreds” of “Little Englanders” and “racist, bigoted, Islamophobic and far-right” football hooligans out to cause trouble.

This is sloppy and unprofessional journalism of the worst kind, and while I am not surprised to see the Guardian and the Independent promoting the anti-Brexit point of view, I and many others are rapidly becoming disheartened with, and disappointed in the BBC – who, it should be remembered, was once a beacon of professional and impartial journalism that was respected around the world. Not any more, it would seem.

Admittedly the numbers do not tell the whole story, but the fact remains that a majority (17.4 million people) voted in the UK for Brexit two years ago and since then the EU has increasingly shown its true colours as an unaccountable bureaucratic entity, intent on imposing a globalist federalist structure on the citizens of Europe with an emphasis on destroying nation states through a process of unfettered immigration – coupled with severe penalties for speaking out against this inherently destabilising and undemocratic process.

Already we have seen that in Germany, anyone posting articles on social media that are critical of government and EU policy, especially (but not limited to) immigration and the consequent rise in terrorism, violent crime and anti-social behaviour, are treated as if they were criminals themselves, with draconian fines and jail sentences handed down in order to deter others from speaking out. The European Union elites are pushing for this state of affairs to be implemented throughout Europe by means of the Barcelona Declaration, and more recently the Marrakesh Declaration.

Do we want to be part of this? The people of Britain have spoken – and the answer is a resounding “No!” Although there may be some disruption and perhaps some (limited) financial consequences for leaving the EU, it should be remembered that we were a strong and independent trading nation once, and this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for us to be so once again.

You cannot put a price on sovereignty, independence and the control of our own borders, especially at a time when the EU is descending into tyranny and the global threat from Islamic terror together with the adverse effects of the increasing Islamisation of our countries has never been greater.

It is becoming clear that we cannot trust those in government to deliver the “will of the people” as expressed through the Brexit referendum, and that the mainstream media are complicit in this process. This will not end well – my own prediction is for civil war on our streets within a generation if the “will of the people” is not respected at this critical time in our history.

I do not make this dire prediction lightly, but the chances of obtaining any meaningful result at the ballot box in the time left available to us – before the Muslim demographic reaches a tipping point – are receding day by day, and history has taught us that when the proportion of Muslims in any given population reaches critical mass (which need not necessarily be a majority) then civil conflict is inevitable.

Tim Burton