March 12, 2019

Gerard Batten talks Tommy Robinson vs. the Cambridgeshire Police

Janice AtkinsonRebel Commentator

I spoke with Gerard Batten, MEP and leader of UKIP about the legal troubles facing Tommy Robinson.

Ezra Levant is currently in the UK on the ground covering this trial. Please visit TommyTrial.com for more information and to watch his exclusive interviews and updates!

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commented 2019-03-16 02:47:15 -0400
“The Media, BBC, Daily Mail etc, have a larger audience and if the story doesn’t fit their remit, they just ignore it and keep reporting the same out of date versions of events.”
So who’s giving these organisations their remit? It’s no secret that the MSM in the UK have been controlled for a long time (Government ‘D’ notices, etc.) but it should also be no secret that the BBC is now totally corrupt and in breach of their charter, a fact that is now clearly evident to all when you watch what passes for their news broadcasts and attempts at current affairs programmes. The biggest recent giveaway was the Ciff Richard debacle, where they attempted to destroy this well-respected star with a crudely-contrived OJ-Simpson-style sensationalist news story (helicopters and all!) as police raided Mr. Richard’s home in search of ‘evidence’ to support (another) fictitious historic sex-abuse claim – and this very, very strangely coinciding with, and smoke-screening, news reports emerging into the media about the gigantic Rotherham muslim rape-gang scandal. And it’s also interesting to note that it was the South Yorkshire Police force involved, which covers Rotherham!. The BBC were apparently somewhat taken aback when Mr. Richard used his vast personal fortune to take them to court where they were (to use a well-known UK idiom) ‘taken to the cleaner’s’. Yet, arrogant as usual and attempting to justify their abysmal behaviour, they have carried on as if nothing has happened in the knowledge that the UK licence-fee payer will have to pick up the tab. Tommy Robinson can obviously congratulate himself on being officially considered to be in the same class as a superstar like Sir Cliff; what a pity, though, that this has to be in the context of eligibility for disposable negative propaganda-fodder for a UK Establishment that is now clearly bent as a nine-pound-note.
commented 2019-03-14 00:05:11 -0400
I still maintain that there is Russian collusion in the British legal system. Why else has Britain resorted to KGB police tactics.
commented 2019-03-13 23:59:57 -0400
David, invite your neighbour over for a cuppa and sit him down at your computer and give him an hour of exposure. Start with Tommy exposing the BBC.
commented 2019-03-13 06:48:32 -0400 · Flag
The problem with these scandalous events, is that the truth is not reaching enough people. We can only find things out by these social media outlets. The Media, BBC, Daily Mail etc, have a larger audience and if the story doesn’t fit their remit, they just ignore it and keep reporting the same out of date versions of events.
The general public would support people like Tommy Robinson more, if they were better informed. A neighbour of mine, was running him down, just because of what he read in the papers. He told me he doesn’t have a computer and never watched Youtube. How can you reach these people?
commented 2019-03-12 23:32:11 -0400
Crazy thing is, if the imbeciles in the British Gov think killing Tommy will get rid of the problem, they’re crazy!! The ppl will rise up and and complete mayhem will ensue! Tommy’s acting as a release valve right now. Get rid of the release valve, and the whole thing blows up!!!
commented 2019-03-12 21:46:12 -0400 · Flag
Thank you Gerard Batten, MEP and leader of UKIP, for standing up, and saying something!