January 08, 2016

MUST WATCH: Tommy Robinson rips into the media, politicians and feminists after the Cologne rape rampage

StaffRebel Columnist

Fresh off his interview with The Rebel's Ezra Levant, Tommy Robinson has a new video ripping into Germany's self-destruction.

Tommy's passionate video rips into the media, feminists, German politicians, Angela Merkel and the problem with the mass influx of refugees.

He points out that the problem isn't limited to Germany and Europe in general is in turmoil by importing such large groups of men with no idea how to behave in a civilized society.

“They beat them and they rape them and they rob them,” he says

Sweden has the second highest rape rate in the world!” he adds. “Sweden!”

“We have to wake up!” he exclaims. “All these women being attacked, that's not our fault... That's Merkel's fault. That's her government's fault.”

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commented 2016-01-13 21:46:41 -0500
Jack Pallance, Tommy Robinson has a wife and three small children plus several businesses to look after and he still find time to lead this protest. It’s a case of really believing in a cause, enough to put yourself out there and make the effort.
commented 2016-01-13 21:43:21 -0500
Tommy Robinson was charged with assault today because of a prison fight last summer when he was incarcerated for mortgage fraud. Let’s hope he isn’t put back in again with Muslim if he goes to jail. The system even protects child murderers but in his case, they put him in with hard core Muslim inmates so, as he put it, “I’d get killed.”
commented 2016-01-12 18:20:02 -0500
I agree with the sentiment about conservatives and protest. We generally are too busy or have better things to do. It is likely only when we retire we finally have the time. The children are grown up and we are no longer working. The left is assembled much like the way it was in Animal Farm. There is the pigs, the thinking class, such as Gore, Saul Alinsky, Obama, Hollywood, Sierra Club, ect. They are the thinkers, which is why it is OK for them to be hypocrites. We don’t expect them to get down in the dirt and lead by example. Then there are the horses, the foot soldiers of the movement. These are the ones with ample time on their hands to show up for protests. They are generally at every protest, and they cycle from Seattle to Vancouver, to New York, ect. In a way that IS their profession.
commented 2016-01-11 14:53:38 -0500
Latest tweet from Tommy, Jan 11th: I officially hand myself in tomorrow to be charged in the latest politically motivated case against me #policestate
commented 2016-01-10 20:32:08 -0500
Bravo son!
commented 2016-01-10 19:48:11 -0500
Tommy is right since the start!
commented 2016-01-10 13:37:13 -0500
John Servedio: And little girls too. Islam’s beloved prophet’s baby bride was only 6 years old when he married her, then he outright raped her when she was 9. These sickos love their pedophilia, taking child brides and using “dancing boys” as sex toys. They don’t consider sexual acts with underage boys homosexual, so it’s permitted. If one of these freaks ever did anything to my kid, well, let’s say he’d be much safer in jail with Big Bubba as his cellmate.
commented 2016-01-10 13:30:38 -0500
Nichlas Sennels, (Danish prison phsychologist : 10news.dk/?p=1735 ) :To emigrate in the cause of Allah – that is, to move to a new land in order to bring Islam there, is considered in Islam to be a highly meritorious act. “And whoever emigrates for the cause of Allah will find on the earth many locations and abundance,” says the Qur’an. “And whoever leaves his home as an emigrant to Allah and His Messenger and then death overtakes him, his reward has already become incumbent upon Allah. And Allah is ever Forgiving and Merciful.” (4:100) The exalted status of such emigrants led a British jihad group that won notoriety (and a shutdown by the government) a few years ago for celebrating 9/11 to call itself Al-Muhajiroun: The Emigrants*.
  • The Al-Muhajiroun jihad group is the one that Tommy Robinson encountered in Luton.
commented 2016-01-10 08:14:14 -0500
The majority of the assaults were on women. Let us wait until other reports come out, guard your young boys as well.
commented 2016-01-10 07:57:04 -0500
Well done Tommy. I’ll be taking a look at Pegida UK. Politicians and cops are traitors and cowards.
commented 2016-01-10 05:34:48 -0500
well Terry, with that attitude, your doomed. Not me and other like minded folk, i will fight. To the death if thats what it takes for the sake of my children and grand children.
commented 2016-01-10 02:23:32 -0500
Too late….Europe is fucked. Is Canada next?
commented 2016-01-10 00:44:20 -0500
Disturbing interview/video of Tommy Robinson on Alex Jones Show. Tommy goes into details about what happened with the police and in prison, threats to his wife and relative etc: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcXqMHk_yDY
commented 2016-01-09 20:48:38 -0500
The only protest I ever took part in was at the Winnipeg legislature a couple of years back when we were letting Greg Selinger know what we thought of his PST hike that he had promised he would never bring in, (NDP promises are as empty as Liberal ones). We seriously need to do this before it gets as bad as it has in Europe. Well, it still might get as bad, but at least we can say we did something, and we’ll know who the real Canadians are that are willing to stand up for their country despite being called “Islamophobic.” We depend on The Rebel to give us the truth, but knowing the truth is not going to make a difference in the end. I’m tired of Justin and the radical left taking away our freedoms, butchering our culture and customs in the name of so called political correctness, and allowing our amazing country to be destroyed from within. It’s time to make some real noise. Maybe Ezra and the other staff at The Rebel can get the ball rolling?
commented 2016-01-09 20:14:34 -0500
Tommy needs to come back to the rebel and do another interview.
commented 2016-01-09 19:53:10 -0500
I have never participated in any form of protest in my 48 years. But am in for this one
Keep us posted
I have emailed Justin 3 times politely requesting he not bring this plague upon us.
He is yet to reply of course.

As much as en exercise in futilitly as it may be. I think it necessary as I closes the door that he was never told how we feel. But again it will take mass numbers.
But hey it’s just a quick email.
commented 2016-01-09 19:49:32 -0500
Canada needs to have this march organized here all across our country to show the government we do not want the same thing happening here that Europe is now facing with all the muslim immigrants. We have already seen the muslim infiltration and the trouble they like to cause like: the disabled young man who could not get low income housing because the low income apartment building was for muslims only, the muslims taking over schools with Islamic teaching of our students, the muslims in our government pushing for sharia agendas, the Canadian citizenship swearing in ceremony where muslims want to wear the burka to hide their faces, muslims taking away the rights of our veterans on remembrance day by calling them horrible killers and trying to close down the sales of poppy’s, trying to censor our Canadian traditions like Christmas and wearing crosses, etc etc. Nobody sees this happening right in front of our eyes or seems to give a dam. We need some Tommy Robinsons right here in Canada now and fast.
commented 2016-01-09 19:16:31 -0500
A march sounds good, and I would definitely participate if possible. The problem is organizing it. How do we start? Does anyone here have experience with organizing large events, or know someone who does? Maybe Ezra, he would be the perfect leader for it at least. Maybe other staff at The Rebel can help out too.

We will likely have to have a number of marches because not everyone will be able to travel to one place. I’m in Manitoba and won’t be able to make it over to Toronto. I think the only way it would really work and make an impression is if we break it up for each province, and probably individual cities too. But that means finding an organizer and leader for each one.
commented 2016-01-09 18:40:00 -0500
So, Liza Rosie, Michelle and Hyacinth, what are we going to do about the problem? Any suggestions? Like a march? If it’s in Toronto, I’ll be there.
commented 2016-01-09 18:26:17 -0500
Hear, hear, Michelle and Hyacinth.
commented 2016-01-09 17:56:27 -0500
Excellent post, Hyacinth. It’s really aggravating that blame is always so casually put on women and no one says anything, but if a woman were to ever generalize men as a class, she’s called a “feminazi” who deserves to be raped. I don’t know if this unfair judgement of women will ever really change, but gender politics are pretty petty at the moment. It’s time for all of us to focus on real issues and stop fighting among ourselves over things in life which people can’t choose, like the biology or skin color they were born with. We all need to stand up against the violent ideology invading our country, a serious problem which affects everyone here. A problem that will destroy our culture and freedoms if we don’t stop it before it festers.
commented 2016-01-09 17:07:24 -0500
HYACINTH, I’m just the messenger.
The fact that “Liberals received only 39.5% of all of the votes so that “large percentage of females” you elude to is rather small indeed when all things are considered” isn’t the point. The point is that according to what I can find out, women prefer Trudeau to the other leaders. In case you think I voted for him, the answer is, No. In fact, when I open Rebel Media and see his face at the top of the page, it seriously puts me off.
commented 2016-01-09 16:54:39 -0500
J Kay (Terry?), let’s take a look at your statement shall we? Your statement:
“If you check the internet it says that polls showed that Trudeau had a distinct advantage over Conservatives with women and that some NDP women switched to him.”

“If you check the internet” that’s a given, I read many sites not just one to become informed, one site/view usually tends to make one biased. Now, internet polls – Many polls are biased/slanted to begin with. Polls are not large percentages but rather involve a very small sampling i.e. 1000 – 3000 average, which, in my opinion, is a joke when using a specific poll in attempt to paint “all” of Canada for any reason (political or otherwise).
If you want to nit pick let’s look at “advantage over Conservatives with women”. Yes, Trudeau did win over “young” female voters who no doubt get weak kneed at the thought of bad boys like Justin Bieber (which would explain the constant artificial posing and staging of Trudeau), only Trudeau, being the youngest, could pull off a bad boy slutty pout and pose. Sad reason to vote for a person, but what the hey some thought it was a good reason. Moving onto “some NDP women switched to him” that was a given long before any poll which way their vote was headed. Postal workers voted Liberal, at least around here, to save the door to door delivery which was part of Trudeau’s platform promises. Votes that way really are not indicative of a strong show of support for Trudeau but rather for the fact they were worried of losing their job with the phasing out of door to door delivery and so it really could be said it was for the promise he offered not the man himself. Now last but not least (in observation) – Liberals received only 39.5% of all of the votes so that “large percentage of females” you elude to is rather small indeed when all things are considered.
commented 2016-01-09 15:24:55 -0500
Hyacinth, If you check the internet it says that polls showed that Trudeau had a distinct advantage over Conservatives with women and that some NDP women switched to him.
commented 2016-01-09 14:59:15 -0500
Zia Karl: You need to stop blaming women for our current government. From what I’ve seen of Justin Trudeau’s fan base, there are just as many far left men as women. Comments like yours are what turns women off from right-wing politics.

I read this morning about the protests in Cologne for what happened on New Years, and it consisted of women’s rights activists, (the real feminists), and what the MSM referred to as the “far right,” (as in far right men). Meanwhile, the far left organized a counter-protest in favour of the Muslims, consisting of both far left men and women. Instead of turning this into a gender issue which, like I mentioned, will turn women off of right-wing politics, Conservative and Libertarian women and men need to stand together as one and demand that our rights as civilized people need to trump those of barbarians.

J Kay: Gandhi’s way of peaceful protesting likely won’t work as well today as it did back then, and not with the type of savages we’re dealing with now. I don’t know what else we can do but protect ourselves as well as others, even if it comes to physical altercations. I do think organizing a peaceful protest like the one in Cologne will at least get the message across that many are not in agreement with the government’s stance when it comes to allowing these primitive Muslim men into our countries. Finding organizers for these types of protests in Canada is a problem, though.
commented 2016-01-09 14:48:48 -0500
Liza Rosie commented
“Not all Canadian women Zia. I wager most Canadian women did not vote for Trulander. No woman, deserves what Dave’s vile comment stated. It is disheartening to read such misogynous words here.”

Liza, thank you for stating that, saved me the trouble.
commented 2016-01-09 13:10:42 -0500
dave grohn, “How will anyone know which women are the feminists who deserve to be raped?”
Michelle H says, “Conservatives and Libertarians are not protesters. They don’t have the time, and really just don’t have the desire to stand around shouting and waving signs. In any case, the normal protesting technique is not going to work with this, and nothing will come out of it.”
Normal (non-violent) protesting worked for Gandhi, didn’t it? It made the British leave India. It’s just that except for the extreme Left, most Canadians are passive. It’s easier to vent on here than to actually organize something. Since we don’t have the MSM on our side, we need to be pro-active.