December 10, 2018

Tommy Robinson: Brexit was about culture, not the economy

Rebel Staff

In London on Saturday, Tommy Robinson spoke to a patriotic pro-Brexit crowd about the United Kingdom's fight for independence from the European Union, and why the British people voted to leave.

Tommy thanked UKIP leader Gerard Batten and Lord Pearson for their work during referendum on behalf of the "leave" campaign, and explained how the media still doesn't understand that Brexit was about culture, not the economy. 

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commented 2018-12-11 03:00:42 -0500
I tuned into the LBC Nigel Ferrage show the other day. As I am listening to Nigel, I can’t help but agree with him on Tommy. Nigel is right that the Ukip should not be aligning so closely with Tommy and focus their efforts on Islam. The most compelling reason Nigel gave, was because getting Tommy involved is the sort of thing political opponents will use against UKIP.

On a side note, I wish Tommy would shut the hell up about how Nigel went to a private school. This sort of rant makes Tommy sound stupid and discredits his stances. I went to a private school, does that make my opinion invalid?
commented 2018-12-10 23:48:59 -0500
I got goose bumps. I was hoping for "We are Britain! chant.
commented 2018-12-10 22:16:27 -0500
I believe Batten made a good move bringing Tommy on board, as UKIP was going nowhere. Was 4% in Polls.
commented 2018-12-10 22:04:00 -0500
Tommy the ultimate British Lion
Keep rockin it Tommy !
commented 2018-12-10 21:10:02 -0500
Unless we organize and agitate to save our western values, we’ll be like the Roman empire. It fell and Europe suffered a thousand years of poverty and war. Do we want that in our lands?
commented 2018-12-10 20:10:30 -0500
LIZA ROSIE commented.

Liza you are right, Farage looks after himself first. That is his first commandment.
Good to see Tommy back in action again, he looks and sounds a lot better now.
commented 2018-12-10 17:41:37 -0500
It’s about culture alright. Hard Brexit – talk trade later.
‘Park Farage in the Garage’