May 28, 2018

LIVE with Ezra: UPDATES on Tommy Robinson — NO Gag Order HERE!

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Last week, I brought you the full story of Tommy Robinson's arrest, sentencing and detention — because The Rebel is NOT subject to the UK's "gag order". I've stayed in touch with Tommy's family and lawyer, and today I'll bring you the very latest information on what's happening now, and the plan going forward. PLUS: I take your questions and comments LIVE via YouTube Super Chat.

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commented 2018-05-28 22:44:58 -0400
Was the British government covering up for Muslim rape gangs ??
Did British police and children’s services get charged for pedophile charges ??
Who was Jimmy sevel??
What is sevel have to do with prince Charles ??
Who is sacks cogburg gotha??
Is the BBC still covering up for sevel??
Is it true children are being murdered by pedophile in order too extract a fear hormone too get high ??
commented 2018-05-28 21:14:53 -0400
What a brilliant plan. I’m impressed.
commented 2018-05-28 20:57:33 -0400
EU’s control of the British legal system shows well here. They make the laws of Britain and they enforce the laws of Britain and they break the laws of Britain, with immunity.
Criminal cases no longer have a jury, only the EU appointed Judge decides if the offender is guilty or innocent. Totalitarianism and at Marxism at it’s best. best.
commented 2018-05-28 15:12:33 -0400
When Tommy was convicted the first time I wondered why The REBEL did not appeal it like count draukla did. A 13 month sentence is and was way beyond reason and the news black out
commented 2018-05-28 14:31:27 -0400
So Tommy was railroaded by the U.K. kangaroo court system. Ezra has had his own experiences with kangaroo courts a la the Alberta Human Rights commission, so he knows the feeling and experience all too well. Thank you Ezra for this exhaustive breakdown and background of the outrage which happened to Tommy the other day. Keep tuned.
commented 2018-05-28 14:13:57 -0400
Why did they arrest Tommy at night. Because as Ted has said, they are the Soviet UK. Here is Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn on how arrests are done under a tryraany:

“We have been happily borne — or perhaps have unhappily dragged our weary way — down the long
and crooked streets of our lives, past all kinds of walls and fences made of rotting wood, rammed
earth, brick, concrete, iron railings. We have never given a thought to what lies behind them. We
have never tried to penetrate them with our vision or our understanding. But there is where the Gulag
country begins, right next to us, two yards away from us. In addition, we have failed to notice an
enormous number of closely fitted, well-disguised doors and gates in these fences. All those gates
were prepared for us, every last one! And all of a sudden the fateful gate swings quickly open, and
four white male hands, unaccustomed to physical labor but nonetheless strong and tenacious, grab us
by the leg, arm, collar, cap, ear, and drag us in like a sack, and the gate behind us, the gate to our past
Ufe, is slammed shut once and for all.

That’s all there is to it! You are arrested!

And you’ll find nothing better to respond with than a lamblike bleat: “Me? What for?”

That’s what arrest is: it’s a blinding flash and a blow which shifts the present instantly into the past
and the impossible into omnipotent actuality.

That’s all. And neither for the first hour nor for the first day will you be able to grasp anything else.

Except that in your desperation the fake circus moon will blink at you: “It’s a mistake! They’ll set
things right!”

And everything which is by now comprised in the traditional, even literary, image of an arrest will
pile up and take shape, not in your own disordered memory, but in what your family and your
neighbors in your apartment remember: The sharp night-time ring or the rude knock at the door…."

And his take on what the response use should have been:

“The kind of night arrest described is, in fact, a favorite, because it has important advantages.
Everyone living in the apartment is thrown into a state of terror by the first knock at the door. The
arrested person is torn from the warmth of his bed. He is in a daze, half-asleep, helpless, and his
judgment is befogged. In a night arrest the State Security men have a superiority in numbers; there
are many of them, armed, against one person who hasn’t even finished buttoning his trousers. During
the arrest and search it is highly improbable that a crowd of potential supporters will gather at the
entrance. The unhurried, step-by-step visits, first to one apartment, then to another, tomorrow to a
third and a fourth, provide an opportunity for the Security operations personnel to be deployed with
the maximum efficiency and to imprison many more citizens of a given town than the police force
itself numbers.

In addition, there’s an advantage to night arrests in that neither the people in neighboring apartment
houses nor those on the city streets can see how many have been taken away. Arrests which frighten
the closest neighbors are no event at all to those farther away. It’s as if they had not taken place.
Along that same asphalt ribbon on which the Black Marias scurry at night, a tribe of youngsters
strides by day with banners, flowers, and gay, untroubled songs.

But those who take, whose work consists solely of arrests, for whom the horror is boringly repetitive,
have a much broader understanding of how arrests operate. They operate according to a large body
of theory, and innocence must not lead one to ignore this. The science of arrest is an important
segment of the course on general penology and has been propped up with a substantial body of social

“…And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every
Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he
would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for
example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there
in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the
staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs
hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand?
After all, you knew ahead of time that those bluecaps were out at night for no good purpose. And
you could be sure ahead of time that you’d be cracking the skull of a cutthroat. Or what about the
Black Maria sitting out there on the street with one lonely chauffeur — what if it had been driven off
or its tires spiked? The Organs would very quickly have suffered a shortage of officers and transport
and, notwithstanding all of Stalin’s thirst, the cursed machine would have ground to a halt!

If … if … We didn’t love freedom enough."

The English police who took part in this arrest are no better than their KGB/ Gestapo counterparts. May God repay them for their treachery.

France had their revolution. The Americans had theirs. Perhaps it’s time for the English to have theirs…
commented 2018-05-28 13:36:59 -0400
Here is the name of the judge of the corrupt judge. Her name is denise marson (small letters in her name as she deserves no respect). Not only is she a puppet of the state, but she also presides , it seems, over a Kangaroo Court.
commented 2018-05-28 13:35:10 -0400
Here is the name of the judge of the corrupt judge. Her name is denise marson (small letters in her name as she deserves no respect). Not only is she a puppet of the state, but she also presides , it seems, over a Kangaroo Court.
commented 2018-05-28 12:58:17 -0400
What’s your crystal ball say about the UK’s future because mine says Britain cannot recover from their totalitarian direction.
commented 2018-05-28 12:22:57 -0400
I am watching Battleground. Alex Jones did an interview of Coalan Robertson on Infowars. Robertson got a picture of the Judge in Leeds looking down on Tommy from a courthouse window, smiling broadly while Tommy was doing his report on the sidewalk.