April 17, 2016

Tommy Robinson: “If I'm honest, I'd given up fighting last week” until THIS happened

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

For the first time ever, UK anti-sharia activist Tommy Robinson was able to afford legal representation to fight his latest clash with the authorities -- and he won.

In an interview with me right after his case was dismissed, Robinson said the judge didn't understand why the charges had been brought in the first place.

He thanked Valerie Price of ACT for Canada for raising the money he needed to finally get legal representation, saying that before that happened, he'd given up.

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commented 2016-04-18 22:11:25 -0400
The brown shirts are working hard to get pesky people like him behind bars, where the proper inmates will be introduced to him while inside. It’s starting here in Canada now. Just look at Brandon Manitoba!
commented 2016-04-18 16:43:32 -0400
@ Marc – another for you:


More thought control
commented 2016-04-18 15:16:15 -0400
Marc Sharpe – in a nutshell, police are no longer trust worthy. I’m in my late 50’s, and I remember when the police were more like our friends, and now they act like the enemy of the people. The police don’t use the law equally anymore, now they pander to certain segments of society, like natives and muslins. A house divided can not stand, and when you use the law for one race, and do not apply the same law to other races, well that is just wrong on so many levels. What say you?
commented 2016-04-18 14:31:58 -0400
What I can confidently say Bravo is that many times during the course of my career, working together with our armed forces was always a positive interaction. “Brothers and sisters in service” was always the norm.
Your service should have taught you that painting all with a broad brush because of any uniform is not only unfair, but wrong. Chretien’s treatment of our special forces and the disbandment of the airborne is a history you must know.
Dividing our service members in uniform is a mistake and a demonstration of an opinion looking for facts. Mistakes and/or overstepping the authority vested by the public is where our once unbiased media is supposed to step in and hold politicians and public servants responsible. Unfortunately, most mainstream media outlets have since moved from investigation and reporting to influencing and promotion of a progressive agenda. Its the reason I support Rebel Media.
Part of that narrative is painting those who disagree with the “left” as “right wing nut jobs”, “racist” etc etc. When you broad stroke all police as enemies of society with “evil” intent, (your word) you help with that narrative and promote the notion that conservative values are something that must be controlled and suppressed.
This gives the politicians, activists, radicals, special interest the leeway to get away with eroding basic freedom such as free speech. When, “Deborah” is in your corner suggesting that all police will blindly obey an order to shoot their own neighbors, it should be clear that the socialists narrative, supported by a compliant mainstream media are having the desired effect.
If conservatives don’t start seeing a bigger picture and choose to focus only on individual incidents, the future looks bleak. IMO
commented 2016-04-18 12:50:08 -0400
@ marc – too many combat tours to be considered a university student however the incidents I mention are factual – even the military backed off when the cops started breaking the law – they did not want to be seen participating in and supporting an illegal activity.

As for being useful? Not interested – however – if I have to worry about my opinions and what I say then I have yet again proven my point and you have confirmed it.

When did I speak of this? “you speak of anarchy, demonizing people with money and using “evil” to describe those who will pull you out of the fire someday.”

You put words in my mouth.

Seems to me what I said was – there is no justice system – there is only a legal system. Justice is for those with cash – all others get the legal system.

You know – as do I – how that works – you have probably seen it many times on the street yourself if you were to be honest.

Sorry old boy – the cops of today are untouchable. They are to be avoided at all cost and in all honesty that is a shame.

But it is pretty much the way it is.

You lived within the system – those of us who did not or have not lived within the system – we have an entirely different opinion of the police – many have seen far too many examples that have proved we are the target.

There was a time I would jump to help the police – all in…… Not any more. I see them coming I go the other way.

Watching them in Alberta and more than a few times in Toronto has confirmed to me that it is the smart thing to do.

Out of this one – no sense arguing – however in closing – in the end there are more and more thinking like me today than not – and if you cannot admit that, see it or understand why – then you are not part of the solution, you are a large portion of the problem.

The police need to change their modus operandi or it will get even worse. They have become the strong sword arm of politicians. And I honestly believe many in the leadership of this country like that. I am not one of those people.

Be safe.
commented 2016-04-18 11:06:12 -0400
Marc Sharpe – do you honestly think that the police are going to assist the public when given the order to shoot? I would hope that you and Bravo Zulu have the same goals to protect and defend, but from what I know of our police services, there has been a change in priorities, and I don’t believe public safety is their goal anymore. I would like to believe that our soldiers will protect the people, when the chips are down, but time will tell.
commented 2016-04-18 10:13:08 -0400
I’m not here as a spokesman for any police agency. I’m trying to help you not to become “useful”.

Making enemies/scapegoats of all the officers by throwing rocks, literal and figurative, at your neighbors, community coaches, volunteers only moves the “progressive agenda” further forward and empowers the politicians (and I include most large department upper police management in the political class) to bend things a little more.

To be honest, you sound much like one of the university students searching for a “cause” or a socialist troll trying to perpetuate the media myth of the “right wing nut-jobs” when you speak of anarchy, demonizing people with money and using “evil” to describe those who will pull you out of the fire someday.

commented 2016-04-18 08:38:45 -0400
@ Marc – when will the police apologize for breaking and entering in Alberta? The military was patrolling with them during the flood until they started doing this and pulled back so as not to be involved in illegal activity?

Police are the enemy now – there was a time they were not – but that has changed.

Thanks for your service – you are probably old school.

So – you LISTEN UP!

Unless you have cash you will be stomped on.

All over Europe people are now being arrested for tweeting an opinion.

It is starting here as well.

Never trust the modern cops – they can be quite evil and are quite untouchable.

commented 2016-04-18 08:35:30 -0400
@ Marc – Remember, police only execute their duties as directed by those who legislate and if those political masters are not held accountable by the media …………… you may be the next Tommy Robinson.
You just proved my point
commented 2016-04-18 03:45:31 -0400
I really wish that Tommy would get the hell out of the United Kingdom for his own safety’s sake. Canada could use somebody like him.
commented 2016-04-17 23:51:44 -0400
Listen up ZULU… I am very pleased to hear Tom received proper council and this obvious injustice exposed for what it was. I contributed to his defence as I assume you did as well. I also retired just 2 months ago after over 30 years of service as a police officer Canada. You are correct that the police do what they are told for the most part, but be very clear that any action so blatantly manipulated against one person CANNOT happen without the direction of political masters and more importantly, and most terrifying …… a compliant media.

Police are not the enemy. If you are honest with yourself and are an active community member here in Canada, you will find YOUR officers involved in every aspect of community life both on and off duty. If you feel the need to focus on the police as the enemy here …….. you will be doing exactly what the politicians and compliant media want you to do and letting the culprits off the hook. Remember, police only execute their duties as directed by those who legislate and if those political masters are not held accountable by the media …………… you may be the next Tommy Robinson.
commented 2016-04-17 23:14:50 -0400
The police are the enemy of the people and the strong arm of the politicians.

There is no justice system.

It is a legal system and it preys upon people who have no money
commented 2016-04-17 17:00:44 -0400
The gutless mainstream media in the UK hasn’t even reported on what happened in court on Thursday, They were all over this story when Tommy was wrongfully arrested shouting about him committing a racist assault on an inmate. Now the truth is out they aren’t following up on a case they seemed oh so interested in when it suited them. Surely it is in the public interest to know the outcome of a case that had been so widely reported on at the start. It is also of public interest that the only reason he wasn’t railroaded into jail, was because he was crowd funded £24,000 within one day…which enabled him to hire a top QC to fight his case and supervise that the law was not being abused again.
commented 2016-04-17 14:10:25 -0400
Bill Elder-that is indeed the problem. Although it is vital that these cases are challenged, the wins are bitter sweet. Between the justice system and the government with its PC ideology which enjoys an unholy but mutually beneficial alliance with Islam, we can be assured that they can afford to just continue the harassment forever. Wins don’t necessarily change anything.
commented 2016-04-17 13:36:13 -0400
I hope when the time comes, and it will, that we can muster the courage and strength to fight back like Tommy. Trudeau, the Liberals and by and large the Police in Canada have already capitulated to Islam.
God Bless you Tommy, you’re a patriot and an inspiration.
commented 2016-04-17 12:19:29 -0400
Most of Canada sees what going on in the U.K. And we know that the same thing is coming here. With Trudeau in office,none of us are safe. Good luck Tommy,stay safe.

Love from Canada
commented 2016-04-17 12:09:08 -0400
As a Limey who has been a Canadian Citizen since 1968, I feel proud that Canada was able to help Tommy.

Thank You Valerie Price of ACT. I am sure Tommy feels better knowing that he has friends in Canada.
commented 2016-04-17 11:19:47 -0400
Tommy is the bellwether for current reality in the UK, Europe and NA. So gratified to see the many people who rallied to his righteous cause. Major thanks to Ezra and The Rebel for first introducing me to Tommy Robinson and his fight to save his community against the state’s willingness to sacrifice its citizens to political correctness. I’ve shared this with dozens of people and I along with others put some cash into the kitty and will happily keep doing so as long as he needs to fight his government’s persecution.
commented 2016-04-17 11:19:13 -0400
Police and government turning against the indiginous public – intimidation to silence them and steal their right to free expression and redress of grievence – coming to a courthouse near you.

I refer to this politically correct policing/charging as a “parallel justice system” – part of two tiered policing/law – an extention of the “us ’n them” ethic of group identity politics and the new racism.

The mindset and agenda behind the “parallel justice system” is that of course the charges are unjust and unconstitutional and an affront to the equity under rule of law ethic, but it makes no difference if a judge dismisses or not, THE PROCESS IS THE PUNISHMENT.

Being stigmatized, bankrupted and bullied by the system is the deterrent to not challenge its injustice – most people will let it go or clam up and let tyranny reign rather than be ground up in this corrupted parallel law system.
commented 2016-04-17 10:50:52 -0400
This is very good, please keep fighting the fight.
commented 2016-04-17 10:33:19 -0400
freedom of speech is gone in Europe and the liberals in Canada hate it as well. No one can say anything that might hurt a muslim Islamic terrorists feelings.
commented 2016-04-17 10:01:16 -0400
Wow! Lswfare at its finest.
Yes we have QCs in Canada .
commented 2016-04-17 08:58:34 -0400
This is very good news! What a relief that some measure of justice has been served for Tommy. I hope that those who attempt to subvert justice, will one day face the same challenges, in defence of their own actions.