May 14, 2019

Ezra Levant: Tommy Robinson is being “re-prosecuted” for political reasons

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

I'm reporting from outside the Old Bailey courthouse in London, where Tommy Robinson is being tried, again, on "contempt" charges — simply for the "crime" of being a journalist:

In the rest of the world, this would be called "double jeopardy," but remember, this is the UK of 1984...

The Antifa protesters today are far outnumbered by Tommy's supporters, and of course, police are out in full force.

PS: Watch MORE of our reports on Tommy Robinson's case, and his campaign to become a member of the European Parliament, at

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commented 2019-05-14 21:14:39 -0400
From giving the world the Magna Carta to being in the gutter today. What a long fall!
The government is more concerned about protecting a bunch of islamic serial rapists who prey on their children!
It doesn’t get any worse than this!
commented 2019-05-14 15:16:17 -0400
“I cannot see that being legal.”

Very doubtful that it is legal, but all they need is to cause enough of a stir so that the Leftwing media can slander Tommy as much as possible before the election.

Leftwing tactics were and still are to slander and intimidate. In Hitler’s time intimidation and threat of arrest was incredibly successful so much so that many left the country asap for fear of being tossed into a concentration camp and fearing for their life. The Blackshirts were Mussolini’s thugs, Hitler had his Brownshirts, now there is Antifa.
“… Antifa has gained new prominence in the post-Obama era. They trace their roots back to Nazi Germany. Although they opposed the Sturmabteilung(SA), or Nazi storm troopers, like the SA they also used violence to intimidate political opponents and break up their meetings and rallies. It could be argued that the ideological distance between Antifa and the now-defunct National Socialist German Workers’ Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, abbreviated as NSDAP) or Nazi Party, is so slight it can be measured in millimeters. …”
commented 2019-05-14 14:29:43 -0400
This is a new charge. Isn’t there a statute of limitations in the UK? This is ridiculous. Their original charge won’t stick so now they scramble to come up with something else one year later. I cannot see that being legal.
commented 2019-05-14 14:26:42 -0400
No more rule of law pretenses – this definitely is a case of “show me the dissident and we will find a reason to prosecute him.”

No wonder the UK was so quick to turn away Asia Bibi when its own system of law has become as corrupt and unjust as Pakistan’s. At least in Pakistan the blasphemy law is on the books as a law. What is the excuse in the UK for prosecuting Tommy? if not to please “Asian” fundamentalists, who are rapidly becoming THE voting base for any future party.

Unbiased independent reporters MUST apprise the world of the facts of Tommy’s case and proceedings. People need to know the state of affairs in the UK, how the judiciary has been corrupted by strong political meddling. They need to care about preserving the rule of law and their personal rights and freedoms before both are no more than a distant memory.