July 04, 2019

Tommy Robinson tells Ezra Levant: “I've committed no crime”

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

The night before his retrial for "contempt of court," I spoke to Tommy Robinson about what he thinks his chances are of being found not guilty, and why even some "conservative" journalists in the UK won't interview him:

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commented 2019-07-04 22:25:43 -0400
But, Andrew, O, lying Andrew. He was charged this time for the non-existant crime of making child racist feel bad. There is no law so there can be no crime.
commented 2019-07-04 18:51:57 -0400
Since 9/11 IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 37,442 Attacks, 241,605 Killed, 320,825 Injured that we know of
commented 2019-07-04 16:21:22 -0400
Andrew Stephenson—-" Yes, he committed the crime. He got let out on a suspended sentence.
But Andrew, your Open Borders Leaders on the N A West Coast say, “NO ONE IS A CRIMINAL.”
commented 2019-07-04 12:18:27 -0400
You have bullies that use fake rules of respect to punish and people who judge what respect is for themselves and liberate.
There’s always a crime with a grudge.
commented 2019-07-04 11:36:37 -0400
Tommy Robinson tells Ezra Levant: “I’ve committed no crime"

You trust someone that once tried to sneak into the US on a fake passport, who has a lengthy record, to tell the unadulterated truth?

Yes, he committed the crime. He got let out on a suspended sentence. He didn’t follow the terms of his release. .Back he goes.
commented 2019-07-04 10:11:00 -0400
Why is Ezra Levant not far behind? Or Faith Goldie or Lauren Southern or any other mainstream media that angers the Queen? Maybe even Lawyers themselves or social media users.
“Off with his head” like Alice in Wonderland.
commented 2019-07-04 10:08:20 -0400
Tommy Robbison is going to die for free speech. In 2019, UK.
Let that sink in.
He is most likely going to jail where he’ll be tortured and starved to death.
If that doesn’t make you cry, nothing will.
commented 2019-07-04 09:49:44 -0400
The Star Chamber is back in session:

The importance of the Star Chamber increased during the reigns of James I (1603–25) and Charles I (1625–49). Under Archbishop William Laud, the court became a tool of royal oppression, seeking out and punishing religious and political dissidents. In the 1630s Laud used the Star Chamber to persecute a group of Puritan leaders, most of whom came from the gentry, subjecting them to the pillory and Corporal Punishment. Though the Star Chamber could not mete out Capital Punishment, it inflicted everything short of death upon those found guilty. During this time the court met in secret, extracting evidence by torturing witnesses and handing out punishments that included mutilation, life imprisonment, and enormous fines. It turned equity’s traditionally broad discretion into a complete disregard for the law. The Star Chamber sometimes acted on mere rumors in order to suppress opposition to the king.