Citizen journalist and activist Tommy Robinson (real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon) has been arrested, charged, and sentenced for attempting to expose Britain’s shame: Islamist rape gangs who prey on children.
Tommy was arrested yesterday whilst filming in a public space outside a court in the city of Leeds, where nine defendants were appearing on charges involving the rape, trafficking, and providing of Class A drugs to girls as young as 11. Robinson was charged with “breaching the peace” for filming the accused going into the court.Tommy Robinson being arrested
In what many people are calling a “political arrest,” not only has Tommy been arrested, but also sentenced to 13 months in prison. A spokeswoman, Helen “Lel” Gower stated that his lawyer was:
“…deliberately mislead by the Police who informed her on the phone that he was being released and when she asked for confirmation that he would be released and that there was no need for her to travel to Leeds they informed her that was correct.”
Prosecutors then immediately provided Tommy with a court-appointed lawyer and convicted him.
How could Tommy be not only arrested but also charged and sentenced, and all within literally a matter of hours? Considering the average length of time between committing an offense and being sentenced is around 100 days, there is clearly something going on here.
A Cover-Up of Epic ProportionsTommy’s book
Make no mistake; Tommy Robinson was arrested for reporting on what is now the shame of Britain. Rape gangs comprising mostly Muslim men who prey on underage children have been discovered in cities and towns all over the country, as reported by Liberty Nation. The most notorious case occurred in the city of Rotherham, where 1500 children were sexually abused and trafficked over a period of decades with the local police and government refusing to act for “fear of being called racist.”
Rotherham Member of Parliament Sarah Campion suggested that up to one million white British girls (most between the ages of 10 and 15) may have been the victims of these rape gangs. She was forced to step down from her role in the shadow cabinet after writing, quite truthfully, that Britain had “a problem with British Pakistani men raping and exploiting white girls”.
Will Tommy serve his time peacefully and return to his brave role as a citizen journalist? Not likely. It is widely presumed by those that know Tommy — and even suggested by Tommy himself — that he will be murdered in prison and that such an outcome is the desired result of the system that has persecuted him. This comes on the heels of other, unsuccessful, attacks when he was previously imprisoned; Robinson claimed that Muslim inmates targeted him in retribution for his activism against certain Islamic practices. According to Tommy, a fellow prisoner warned him that there was a bounty on his head, for which he was allegedly targeted with a hot sugar/water mix that “rips off your face,” and leads to a painful death.
Observers point out that this is similar to when Stalin shipped the Kulaks to freezing Siberia in the winter without clothes or food in the firm belief that they would die and no longer be a problem for him or his regime.
The British establishment press is on a complete blackout following a government issued “D Notice” that requested all media sources refrain from reporting on Robinson’s arrest. Articles have been pulled, social media is being censored and even Breitbart’s Raheem Kassam — a noted friend and supporter of Robinson — stated that:
“Reporting restrictions limit me from publishing any more about Tommy Robinson’s arrest and sentencing.”
In his own unique way, Raheem fought back here.
This politically motivated arrest is not appearing on our screens, it is not appearing in our national newspapers, and not one of the establishment pundits dare speak the truth. But, thanks to word-of-mouth communication over social media, that has not stopped the people.
Yesterday, protestors marched upon Downing Street, the center of Britain’s political power and the official residence of the Prime Minister, to demand the release of Tommy Robinson, carrying banners that read “#FreeTommy.” Marchers, speakers, protestors, all demanding justice at the heart of the British establishment…yet nothing. No media coverage. The British press has either been cowed into submission, fear for their own freedoms or have given up any semblance of fairness.
Tommy himself predicted this would happen:
Tommy warned us months ago.
"I won't be around much longer"
If they can do it to him, they can do it to any of us.The UK has become a police state.@realDonaldTrump please bring light to this great injustice. He was arrested for talking about rape gangs.#FreeTommyRobinson pic.twitter.com/rh3PRRXJ6M
— Oak-Town ☢ Unfiltered ❌ (@hrtablaze) May 26, 2018
Fascism on Our Shores
What would you call a state that persecutes those that report the truth; that arrests, charges and imprisons within hours those that are exposing a sickness in society? What would you call an establishment that does not report the truth of what is happening and that sends a man to prison with the intention of having him murdered?
Sadly, I call it home. You may know it as the Fascist State of Britain.