September 29, 2017

Tommy Robinson and Iraqi Hashim Almadani: The West “supports the wrong side again and again”

Tommy RobinsonShillman Fellow

Hashim Almadani, an Iraqi businessman, author and commentator, was recently visiting the UK and paid me a visit. I sat down with Hashim to talk about his perspectives on the Iraq war, and I learned some shocking stuff. 

Guns being sold for the equivalent of 50 pence, lawlessness on the streets, and a collapsed economy...

Iraq was really plunged into chaos, and Hashim saw it first hand. He sees the West "supporting the wrong side" "again and again".

Listen to his experience in the Middle East, and find out why he left for Europe and what he's been doing since. If you want to hear more from Hashim, you can check out his YouTube channel.

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commented 2017-09-29 15:21:31 -0400
I don’t want to have to be going into these countries to get rid of their dictators. Saddam was nasty and it sounds like Iraq was grateful at first at least for the American intervention to oust him, but they were left in a mess and vulnerable to infiltration. I don’t want to keep making the same mistakes . Trump campaigned on minding our own business, carrying a big stick but treading lightly, staying out of foreign wars. I hope he can fight off the deep state,war machine and start keeping that promise. I am not liking what I am hearing so far. He’s done nothing irrevocable yet. We will see.

Andrew Mirlach, I didn’t want to believe it for a long time, but the more I research the harder it is to think otherwise. ‘They don’t know what they are doing’, I should say, they are not acting in our best interest, only the best interest of the ‘deep state’, and yes that involves both sides of the political spectrum. That reality is becoming evident in Canada as well.
commented 2017-09-29 14:25:43 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 34,121 Attacks, 219,891 Killed, 300,988 Injured that we know of

“Christians are the worst part of Canadian Society”, Justin Trudeau, Debate Post, March 28, 2017
commented 2017-09-29 12:00:11 -0400
I think they know exactly what they are doing. Chaos was the plan all along. Pitting one faction against the other is how western nations have held the upper hand in places like India. How did the British manage to rule India with so few men for so long? 1600-1947? Identity Politics and a long game. Same way the Politicians are controlling us. Pitting one identifiable demographic against the other. Native, Black, White, Sikh, Hispanic, Muslim, Jew, Chinese ect… A bit dated, but the situation in the Middle East has not change all that much.
Sunni vs Shia will keep that part of the world in the stone age for generations and easy to control, the flood of refugees into the west keeps us too busy to notice the left(this includes at least half of the so called right) are slowly removing our freedoms of self defence, speech, property rights and assembly.

The idea is to create dependant voting blocks useful to the Left without any one of them becoming powerful enough to challenge them. In the US and Canada the left is very close to a permanent majority. Trump might have delayed that for a few years. That’s why all those leftards were crying when Hillary lost. The permanent majority slipped from their slimy grasp if only for a while.
commented 2017-09-29 10:34:44 -0400
We have to start accepting the fact that the west doesn’t know what it is doing. I said this Syria thing was all wrong. The ‘moderate rebels’ who the US give money and weapons to are the same as ISIS. Assad is being framed. Trump gets in, says no problem Assad, we can work with you. Not gonna take you out. One week later Trump is strong armed into bombing Syrian hangers and runways. There is enough proof that ISIS /the rebels were responsible for chemical attacks not Assad, but the west won’t have it. They want Assad gone. I have watched every interview Assad has ever done and if you watch them they have to give you pause.
Maybe the war machine think they know what they are doing but their strategies are flawed. They prove it over and over, leaving countries in chaos when they leave.
Stellar interview Tommy, this is what I’m talking about.
commented 2017-09-29 08:16:07 -0400
An enlightening interview by Tommy Robinson. Hashim Almadani’s remarks were right on it was enlightening to listen to him.
Just think how many interesting , informative will be able to be exposed by Tommy once the new studio is built. HELP TOMMY AND THE REBEL BUILD A NEW STUDIO ALL THAT IS NEEDED IS FOR 6000 SUPPORTERS TO COUGH UP 17 POUNDS.