August 03, 2018

EXCLUSIVE: Tommy Robinson tells Ezra Levant about prison treatment, thanks supporters

Rebel Staff

After Tommy Robinson's release from prison yesterday, I travelled from London to Luton to congratulate Tommy in person.

It was glorious to see him reunited with his beautiful wife and three lovely children. Those kids — who missed their dad so painfully — had smiles on their faces that I will never forget.

Tommy invited me to join the family for dinner, but I didn’t want to intrude in their private time. But I did ask him to sit down with me for ten minutes, to tell the world how he was doing.

And as I listened, my joy turned to sorrow, and then to rage.

Because Tommy was physically and psychologically abused in prison.

You can see it in his face. His appearance is shocking — he lost 40 pounds of weight in just two months.

If he were to have stayed in prison much longer, I fear his very life would have been in danger.

Tommy told me he was so grateful to our Rebel viewers for crowdfunding his legal defence. We have now paid off Tommy’s last legal bill. Thank you.

We will continue to support Tommy — by reporting on his case, and in other ways that he may request. 

MORE at TommyTrial.com.

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commented 2018-08-02 16:33:24 -0400
Can he not take legal action against South Yorkshire police for malicious prosecution?
commented 2018-08-02 16:20:15 -0400
As proof of how deep and all-encompassing the rot known as modern-day Britain is, think of this:

There is not one MP out of six hundred and fifty with the courage and integrity to stand up in the House and demand an inquiry into the circumstances of Tommy’s arrest, conviction, imprisonment, and treatment.
commented 2018-08-02 16:18:33 -0400
BRITISH PRIME MINISTER THERESA MAY:

TOMMY ROBINSON WAS TORTURED! FOR MONTHS! IN A BRITISH PRISON!

TOMMY ROBINSON LOST OVER 40 POUNDS AND WOULD HAVE DIED IF KEPT FULL TERM!

IS THIS BRITISH JUSTICE TODAY? EXECUTION BY STARVATION AFTER A SHAM TRIAL?

THERESA MAY MUST DEMAND THE RESIGNATION OF THE HOME SECRETARY!

NO SHAM TRIALS IN THE UK!

NO POLITICAL PRISONERS IN THE UK!

NO TORTURE OF PRISONERS IN THE UK!

NO STARVATION OF PRISONERS IN THE UK!

NO RAPE GANGS AND RAPE VICTIMS IN THE UK!

JUSTICE FOR TOMMY ROBINSON AND BRITISH GIRLS!

NATIONAL INQUIRIES NOW!
commented 2018-08-02 15:52:59 -0400
The Prime Minister must now ask for the resignation of the Home Secretary. Tommy Robinson’s treatment in Jail and moving him from the Hull Jail were deliberate acts of harassment. In Britain people are sent to prison AS a punishment not FOR punishment.
commented 2018-08-02 15:36:13 -0400
Theresa May; Your country has sunk to its lowest ever moral depths. It has allowed hundreds, or thousands, of young British girls to be serially raped and enslaved, and has imprisoned and tortured the patriot who did more than anyone to expose this atrocity and demand justice, i.e. Tommy Robinson. You as the Prime Minister must now hod two NATIONAL INQUIRIES: First, an inquiry into the serial rape and enslavement of young British girls, and second, an inquiry into the unjust imprisonment and torture of Tommy Robinson. Do the right thing or resign and make way for someone who will do the right thing. These atrocities cannot be allowed to stand.

NO TORTURE IN THE UK!

NO RAPE GANGS IN THE UK!

NATIONAL INQUIRY NOW!

JUSTICE FOR TOMMY ROBINSON AND ABUSED BRITISH GIRLS!
commented 2018-08-02 15:33:02 -0400
I am disgusted with our government they are evil and should all be imprisoned forthwith shocking behavior I hope Donald Trump sees this and gives his opinion and brings inter national shame on our government
commented 2018-08-02 15:17:10 -0400
On second thought: Given the horrendous ordeal that Tommy and his family have been put through, and the barbaric way he was treated by the British state: 50 million Pounds should be an absolute minimum demand.

NO TORTURE IN THE UK!

NATIONAL INQUIRY NOW!

JUSTICE FOR TOMMY ROBINSON!
commented 2018-08-02 15:11:08 -0400
Davo Robinson,

So well said. This was the very definition of cruel and unusual punishment, i.e. torture, that the British state inflicted upon this man (He lost over 40 lbs. in that hellhole dungeon!), and without even a proper trial. It was a sham trial and then months of torture. They cannot be allowed to get away with this. This is what is expected from a MidEast hellhole, not the UK. What has happened to that country, that an outrage like this could happen there? There must be a national inquiry held into this case, and corrective action taken to ensure that it never happens again. Every Briton must be made aware of what was done to this man, and how low the UK has morally sunk. It is a miracle that Tommy is still alive, and if he hadn’t been sprung out of that hellhole prison by his friends and his legal team, he most certainly would not have survived his imprisonment and torture. I am deeply ashamed that the country of my heritage has treated a human being the way they treated Tommy. I never thought I would see such a thing in my lifetime. Theresa May should be deeply ashamed and every Briton should be deeply ashamed. PM May must hold a national inquiry, get to the bottom of this travesty of justice, and ensure it never happens again. And everyone responsible for this atrocity must be held accountable.

It is obvious just looking at Tommy that he has suffered serious health damage from this atrocity that was inflicted upon him by the British state. I hope he will get the medical attention he so obviously requires, and be able to fully recover, if that is possible; it may not be, but Tommy is one tough guy, so let’s hope. Next, on top of a national inquiry, there should be a lawsuit to indemnify Tommy for the loss of his freedom for no good reason, the loss of his health due to torture in the British penal system, the trauma he suffered, and the trauma his family suffered. I would think 10 million Pounds would about do it. I will be happy to help in a crowdfund effort to pay Tommy’s legal fees to right this travesty of justice and to compensate, as much as can be done, Tommy and his family. This matter cannot be allowed to rest until justice has been done for this man and his family.

NO TORTURE IN THE UK!

NATIONAL INQUIRY NOW!

JUSTICE FOR TOMMY ROBINSON!
commented 2018-08-02 14:36:44 -0400
There will be no problem with funding any suit going forward, of that you can be sure. We haven’t come this far to let it drop now.
commented 2018-08-02 14:06:21 -0400
The British Government and police etc did this for one reason and that was to scare the hell out of Tommy from ever disobeying them again. They indeed tortured him to put that fear in him to stop him from being that symbol of strength to fight against the powers that be that wish to undermine our borders, security, and freedoms and most of all our safety.

It obviously had an effect on him so the right thing to do in this situation is to fight back. Tommy needs to fight back with a civil suit against Britain, against the police and against the courts and prisons etc.

If he doesn’t or can’t, they win. And if they win, they will go after him again and anyone else who supports the cause.

The table has to turn to put the fear in them so show them they cannot and will not get away with this. Make them all accountable to infringing on his rights and freedoms.

It’s the only way to fight these scum bags and push back.
commented 2018-08-02 13:55:59 -0400
Ultimately, the home secretary and the government are responsible for this. It was torture, pure and simple. That twat at the home office knew exactly what was going on and probably was behind it. I’d love to know how many muslim screws work at that jail. The disgusting treatment of this man couldn’t have been carried out without the screws’ co-operation – and I don’t believe any English screw would allow it. Tommy’s legal team need to sue the bastards, every last man jack of the fuckers who played a part in it. Horrible, dirty disgusting bastards. Now we know what they do to an Englishman when he’s on his own, against masses of the twats, things have to step up a gear, surely.
commented 2018-08-02 13:44:35 -0400
Is there any chance that Tommy can challenge what happened to him, Ezra? Surely Tommy’s Human Rights have been violated. You can tell he is afraid to speak candidly. Tommy IS a symbol for many of us, as he says. If he is still willing to move forward with his battle (and one can understand if he doesn’t) I hope we supporters of the Rebel will not let up supporting his fight. Thank you Ezra. Thank you Tommy.
commented 2018-08-02 13:31:45 -0400
I feel for him, it’s all too raw for him to put into words. I hope he forgets his campaigning completely for a while and concentrates on his family, because along with him, they are paying a huge price for his courage.
commented 2018-08-02 13:06:52 -0400
Ezra, while you’re in London, please try to do a piece on Julian Assange’s plight which is very close to Tommy’s. The fight for freedom is the same.
commented 2018-08-02 13:01:28 -0400
I bet he is good and sick of canned tuna!
commented 2018-08-02 13:00:51 -0400
Right you are Keith, they could not break him. He’ll be alright.
commented 2018-08-02 12:59:27 -0400
All Muslims must be held separately away from all non Muslims in prisons. This is a big issue. As our own Canadian prisons are filling up with migrants not respecting our laws, we must consider this segregation in prisons or non Muslim prisoners will either be recruited or in danger, and any one speaking out against Islam will be under the same threat as Tommy was in that UK prison. Does anyone doubt that will come to Canada? As Deborah points out it could happen to any of us speaking out against political Islam.

In three months the new Italian President has stopped , yes stopped illegals entering his country. We need that sort of definitive action now for Canada or we will be living the hell that people in the UK are already having to deal with, under basically, sharia law/ Islamic rule/ political Islam.

God bless Tommy, Ezra, and all the rebels around the world who helped get Tommy out of that death trap. It really gives me hope for the future. Tommy gives me hope for the future.
commented 2018-08-02 12:57:11 -0400
I feel that everybody is being emotionally gloomy regarding Tommy’s health and his future. Sure he needs to rest for a while and he needs to eat well to regain his health, he also needs a bit of time to put his brain back on the right course but he is Tommy….Tommy The football scrapper, Tommy the street fighter, Tommy the gang member, Tommy the LONDONER! London that is averaging 2.5 deaths per day, by stabbing.

What I am trying to say is, Tommy knows how to look after himself, he’s going to be fine, he just needs a little time.

Eh, Tommy?… Fu#k Em All!… Right?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXSpnvJf5V0
commented 2018-08-02 12:54:46 -0400
Omar Khadr had better treatment in Gitmo, and he is now treated like a prince in Canada with his pockets full of our hard earned money. What the law did to Tommy is beyond the pale. We cannot let this stand, and they dare not try putting him in there again. Tommy needs a good rest and recuperation period, I hope this holiday is enough for him to get back on his feet. They tried, but they did not break him.
commented 2018-08-02 12:49:02 -0400
This country is now becoming very close to the USSR under Stalin. I have no doubt whatsoever that the judiciary and police authorities were trying to suppress his voice and make an example of him (under orders from the British government, just as they did with Paul Golding and Jayda Frenson. The modus operandi was exactly the same. Despite their lame excuses, he was treated as a “political” prisoner. You don’t lock prisoners away in solitary confinement for 2 and a half months for contempt of court, unless you want to mentally beak them. That’s what the British authorities did to Tommy Robinson. Again you’ve only to look at how they’re treating Julian Assange (who is not even wanted for anything in this country) to see how draconian our government has become. Disgraceful.
commented 2018-08-02 12:30:04 -0400
Allan Peterson – I believe that with all of my heart!
commented 2018-08-02 12:29:22 -0400
Welcome home Tommy I am absolutely disgusted at the treatment you experienced in prison our government should hang there heads in shame, now go enjoy your holiday with your beautiful family and know that Millions of us are with you from all around the world, your loved Tommy x
commented 2018-08-02 12:05:55 -0400
Yes, indeed, Deborah. But we are comforted knowing that there will be justice:

“Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil; Who substitute darkness for light and light for darkness; Who substitute bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter!
Woe to those who are wise in their own eyes
And clever in their own sight!”

Isaiah 5:20&21
commented 2018-08-02 11:59:05 -0400
90 percent of Tommy will still be an excuse for them to arrest him on some flimsy excuse. Throttling back will not change a thing until he throttles back to zero.
commented 2018-08-02 11:46:47 -0400
If you speak the truth boldly to the lies of political Islam, and all those in government who have conspired with them, which is what Tommy has been doing for years now, then this is the blueprint for what will happen to you. And not just you, but to those you love as well. Normally, Tommy would have just disappeared, but because his case is being played out so publicly, they are trying to destroy his spirit, thereby destroying him. Ezra, you are a true hero yourself, because you have been rallying support for his cause at every turn. You know that his cause, is ultimately ours too. Stay safe!
commented 2018-08-02 11:44:20 -0400
Rebel Media should work with Tommy to do a 5-10 minute short film on how he was treated in prison. with actors and a set (jail cell), with commentary from Tommy.
Something like this wouldn’t require a large budget:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RyR51MqOl5I
commented 2018-08-02 11:38:48 -0400
As someone born in the UK and with sisters living there with their families, I have to visit there this fall for my nephew’s wedding. I will be telling them at this occasion that this will be the last time I will set foot in the UK before all hell breaks loose. If I go to Europe it will be to Poland, Hungary, Czech republic, the safe countries. No way will I visit the rest of Europe, no way.
commented 2018-08-02 11:23:35 -0400
Well done Tommy . No Muslim would have endured what you been through. We must now go after the person or persons that put you thought this ordeal . Under what law does it say you have to endure such conditions. This country has changed since they inprisoned you. More and more people have found your courage and are willing to stand up and say what they believe, that this country will not be over run by any religion. To anyone reading this. Please let’s make the court date at the old Bailey a massive protest. Let’s make this a day to miss work just for one day in our life’s and show the government and law system they won’t be allowed to put Tommy though the mincer again. 🇬🇧✌🏻️
commented 2018-08-02 11:14:01 -0400
I’ve not been following the life and indeed the beliefs of Tommy for very long, and also ive not much knowledge of the organisations that he himself has been involved with for very long either. I have however taken it upon myself to watch and listen to many of his demos and speeches and other political views that he has put across.
I cannot believe that are so called justice system has treated Tommy in the way they have,it is beyond belief to say the least. I will now continue for want of a better word ‘educate’myself with the matters around this whole saga. I would say to Tommy continue with your work as it would seem you are valued and you have been wronged hugely in this recent matter. I hope that you return to your post soon and may you always walk tall Tommy!!.
commented 2018-08-02 11:11:34 -0400
Proof again that we are living in a fallen world: no good deed goes unpunished.