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"Persecuted for Defending the Innocent"
The UK once believed in righteousness, justice, and truth. No longer.
Now we are ruled by wicked, quisling, traitorous leaders who hate the good and love the evil.
Tommy's Banned Speech:
Tommy's Speech at Oxford University:
Index of Articles,
Videos, Quotes, Comments
Panorama: Tommy Takedown / Panodrama, BBC, Facebook, Amazon (Feb 2019)
Political Arrest (May 2018) / Retrials (Sept/Oct 2018 / March 2019) | Enemy of the State
The English Defence League | Rotherham et al Rape Gangs
The Dhimmitude of the Foolish MOD (October 2018) | The British Deep State and Its Useful Idiots
Mainstream/Establishment/Fake Media | Interviews with Tommy Robinson
2017 and Earlier Arrests | Odes to Tommy Robinson and All The Other Truthtellers and Whistleblowers
Blogs, Websites, Books | Enemy of the State | Patriots, Traitors, Invaders
Enemy of the State
The following is an extract from the book Enemy of the State by Tommy Robinson
"The explosive story of Tommy
Robinson, former leader of the English Defence League. Tommy
describes the brutal truths about growing up in Luton, a town
plagued by Islamic extremism and violent gangs. When Tommy led a
street protest of ordinary townsfolk in support of British troops,
they were met by police batons and brutality. And when the EDL grew
out of that conflict, the state turned all of its might against him,
destroying his livelihood, disrupting his family and ultimately
throwing him to the violent Muslim underworld that runs England's
prison system. Arrested and held on trumped up charges, while
receiving a series of death threats, he takes readers through the
traumatic EDL years, his ordeal at the hands of the justice system
and how he was even imprisoned to prevent him speaking to the Oxford
Union. When all else failed, a shady division of Scotland Yard
tried blackmailing Tommy into working for them. Saying 'no' cost him
his home. If you believe in British justice and freedom of speech,
you need to read this book."
The following is an extract from the article Conscience, Character, Courage
"By turns riveting, frustrating, and
inspiring, it tells the story of an ordinary working-class lad - a
good soul and solid friend, if a bit of a mischief-maker - who
gradually came to understand that his country faced an existential
threat from an enemy within, and, driven by a conscience of
remarkable magnitude, became an activist. What was it, exactly, that
drove Tommy to activism? Well, to begin with, his hometown, Luton,
where he still lives, was a place where he had friends, white and
black and brown, from a wide range of backgrounds - but where one
tightly-knit group, namely Muslims, seemed to hold all the cards,
standing apart from (and above) all the others, refusing to blend
in, treating the kafir with arrogance and contempt..."
The following is an extended extract from the article The Trial of Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
"In fully-fledged Police States where the Law, Civil or Criminal, is whatever the ruling Junta says it is there is no right of access to fair and impartial legal processes. There is only a perverted form of 'justice' designed for and used in the public show trials of 'Enemies of the State'.
"The principle control mechanisms of such State entities really are simple and straightforward - physical brutality, including torture, arbitrary incarceration and summary execution - and the concealment thereof is generally and with deliberate intent quite minimal - universal public knowledge thereof serves to frighten and intimidate the subject population so that it submits to and obeys the diktats of the ruling entity, thus precluding protest or counter-action.
"However in embryonic, quasi-Police States, such as are now in the latter stages of their gestation all across the West - particularly within that inappropriately named behemoth, the European Union - lip service still has to be paid to the remnants of the original, idealised concept of one Rule of Law for all. Up to now this lip service, whilst being nothing more than comforting noises designed to conceal a real and different intent, has been paid quite subtly so that in general its common purpose (no pun intended) has slipped below the conceptual radar of the body politic.
"Now, fortunately, in one revealing moment this intent has, perhaps out of a hubris generated by the past successes of its implementers, stumbled into the open, its methodology glaringly exposed. In this demonstration of its reality we saw how 'Political Correctness', together with the latter's bastard spawn, 'Islamophobia' and 'Racism', rides roughshod over our ancient rights and freedoms on a deceptive tide of faux self-righteousness. Now many more of us have at last awoken to the deep and abiding threat posed by this, 'The New World Order Project', as it approaches its apogee.
"But, still, at least for the moment, the Iron Fist of the ruling elite continues to strike - mostly whilst covered with its ever-thinning velvet glove of dissimulating legality. Thus, the Junta's apparatchiks and enforcers must, at least when exposed to public scrutiny, be seen to function within the existing legal framework of the State, within the power-limiting - and to them annoying - constraints of its statutes. Those statutes oblige them to impartially and openly serve the commonality as a whole without fear or favour, rather than from behind a veil of smoke and mirrors. And they failed this day because they had tried to cross what became a bridge too far for them - a bridge that was at last properly defended.
"Hence, on the morning on the 14th of April, 2016, during the trial of Mr. Stephen Yaxley-Lennon and the consequent public exposure therein of the series [of] events leading up to his prosecution (or, as his Counsel, Mr. Richard Kovalevsky, QC, so eloquently put it, 'This preposterous persecution!') we were given a short but definitive peek behind the veil and were able to cast our eyes upon the draconian future so long planned for us in the venal corridors of power.
"It was there that day that the establishment's long exercised practice of first ridiculing, then demonising, and then destroying those who would protest or resist their social re-engineering was clearly seen in all of the gruesome reality of its final phase."
"The British state already tells you what
you can and can't say.
despicable soviet hellhole once renowned for its creation of the Common Law
is setting up the martyrdom of Tommy Robinson ...
"No man escapes when freedom fails / The best of men rot in
"If it had not been the LORD who was on our side,
when men rose up against us: