May 26, 2017

Tommy Robinson: The truth about my dawn arrest

Tommy RobinsonShillman Fellow

As you probably know, earlier this month police came to my home at 4am and arrested me, basically for reporting the news.

Now I can talk more freely about what happened.

More importantly, I can tell you about the men whose court case I was reporting on.

They have now been convicted of gang raping a teenaged girl who came into their shop to ask for directions.

You'll be infuriated when I tell you the special treatment these men received, and how many accused Muslim gang rapists are right now out on bail, some of them working in places where they’ll be in contact with young girls again.

By the way:

I want to thank all of you again for donating to my legal defence fund.

I'll share with you how much these lawyers have cost so far, and note that my case isn't over yet.

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commented 2017-05-27 15:32:29 -0400
So much for Britain’s CINO Conservative Prime Minister, Theresa May, like the luminary before her, the Dhimmi David Cameron, who do not do their primary job. Their primary job is to protect the British people; yet, they instead protect Muslim migrants.

Thank God for gutsy men like Tommy Robinson who stand up against this Orwellian nightmare imposed by the British government; or the real British people, the indigenous British people, would have no voice at all!
commented 2017-05-27 14:25:44 -0400
Maybe a safe house is in order for Tommy and his family, to protect them from the government and the legal system. They will certainly want to keep tabs on him, so maybe he can’t go into hiding, but I would suggest that his family be protected. Tommy is becoming very well known for his views, and we all know they have to silence any dissent, because the truth is dangerous for those who wish to control the narritive, thereby controlling the people. I also wouldn’t give the otherside advance notice of where and what I’m reporting on. Just show up and get in and out as soon as possible. Travel using a disguise, and in a team and have your people filming you and the crowd around you to see who shows up.
commented 2017-05-27 13:47:42 -0400
Glenn Beckner, just a quick note. The local news in our city regularly films accused entering and leaving the courthouse before a conviction; they try for an interview, and often “no comment” is the response, unless their lawyer decides to provide a statement. The only time this doesn’t apply is if there is a publication ban.
commented 2017-05-27 13:44:19 -0400
through not though, typo
commented 2017-05-27 13:43:18 -0400
This will be happening here in Canada once Trudeau pushes M-103 though as law.
commented 2017-05-27 11:33:26 -0400
“Basically reporting the news” is just about right. You were looking to sensationalize the identity of the accused rapists because they are Muslim immigrants. Like it or not they are entitled to the presumption of innocence until proven guilty in court just like the rest of us. If convicted then by all means throw the book at them and then review their immigration status.
That said; your dawn arrest, as described, was way out of line for the judiciary; it was something that could have been settled during regular business hours.
Stop the h8
commented 2017-05-27 02:10:57 -0400
Sorry to keep posting this but it is so germane to the story. Sounds like the kind of arrests that occurred in the Soviet union:

“The kind of night arrest described is, in fact, a favorite, because it has important advantages.
Everyone living in the apartment is thrown into a state of terror by the first knock at the door. The
arrested person is torn from the warmth of his bed. He is in a daze, half-asleep, helpless, and his
judgment is befogged. In a night arrest the State Security men have a superiority in numbers; there
are many of them, armed, against one person who hasn’t even finished buttoning his trousers. During
the arrest and search it is highly improbable that a crowd of potential supporters will gather at the
entrance. The unhurried, step-by-step visits, first to one apartment, then to another, tomorrow to a
third and a fourth, provide an opportunity for the Security operations personnel to be deployed with
the maximum efficiency and to imprison many more citizens of a given town than the police force
itself numbers.

In addition, there’s an advantage to night arrests in that neither the people in neighboring apartment
houses nor those on the city streets can see how many have been taken away. Arrests which frighten
the closest neighbors are no event at all to those farther away. It’s as if they had not taken place.
Along that same asphalt ribbon on which the Black Marias scurry at night, a tribe of youngsters
strides by day with banners, flowers, and gay, untroubled songs.
For several decades political arrests were distinguished in our country precisely by the fact that
people were arrested who were guilty of nothing and were therefore unprepared to put up any
resistance whatsoever. There was a general feeling of being destined for destruction, a sense of
having nowhere to escape from the GPU-NKVD (which, incidentally, given our internal passport
system, was quite accurate). And even in the fever of epidemic arrests, when people leaving for work
said farewell to their families every day, because they could not be certain they would return at
night, even then almost no one tried to run away and only in rare cases did people commit suicide.
And that was exactly what was required. A submissive sheep is a find for a wolf."

And to address Bill ELder’s ideas:

“[And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every
Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he
would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for
example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there
in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the
staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs
hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand?
After all, you knew ahead of time that those bluecaps were out at night for no good purpose. And
you could be sure ahead of time that you’d be cracking the skull of a cutthroat. Or what about the
Black Maria sitting out there on the street with one lonely chauffeur — what if it had been driven off
or its tires spiked? The Organs would very quickly have suffered a shortage of officers and transport
and, notwithstanding all of Stalin’s thirst, the cursed machine would have ground to a halt! "
commented 2017-05-27 01:30:15 -0400
What they are doling out isn’t the law to effect justice. What is being done to Tommy is Unjust Persecution and a flagrant abuse of power and position. All the Best to you Tommy.
commented 2017-05-26 23:45:19 -0400
Tommy Robinson is clearly a modern day hero
commented 2017-05-26 23:41:44 -0400
Ron Greely – you bring up a salient point here about the police “visit” occurring at 4AM – from a tactical standpoint this is police procedure when staging a non knock raid on dangerous armed felons – OR it can be done to a normal person for maximum effect of confusion and demoralization of the target – pretty much tells me what I need to know about the mindset behind the abusive treatment Tommie has experienced at the hands of police.
commented 2017-05-26 22:59:37 -0400
At Peter Babich..have you ever been hauled away from the so called Law at 4:00 am for reporting the truth? You agree with him…but you tell him to calm down. If it happened to me and you told me I “need to calm down” I would tell you to shove that comment up your @rse! Tommy has every right to be p!$$ed off. He’s a big boy and all the power to him.
commented 2017-05-26 20:18:17 -0400
You’re right Tommy but you need to calm down. I know you’re just relaying a hysterical situation but cooler minds prevail. Just don’t let them get you
commented 2017-05-26 20:15:19 -0400
This is judicial harassment of innocent citizens by a dictatorship. The UK is really going down. Really sad to see the violence perpetrated by the muslims and by the state who supports them. We have NATO members talking about combating terrorism but there is no concrete plan put forward. I believe that it is us the terrorists for them. Maybe the globalists think they will crush us into submission with islam. I have no doubt they know exactly what they are doing by importing millions of 7th c. barbarians. I don’t know what to say anymore, except good luck and take all measures to stay safe with your family.
commented 2017-05-26 20:04:43 -0400
Glenn Craig commented -" That judge can break their rice bowl over remarkably little."

Yes too much unaccountable power concentrated in a political (nepotistic) appointee; Contempt for their biases and injustices must take the form of public humiliation/condemnation – the court can huff and puff but my right to speak truth to power eclipses their little jurocratic cabal…..the angry mob still enforces that right even if the jurocrats don’t.

Sage words though Glen – we all seem to be complaining about blood suckers as we willingly dwell in Dracula’s castle – may be time to sharpen some stakes and ride it out til daylight ;-)
commented 2017-05-26 19:58:02 -0400
Mr. Robinson will be targeted and harassed by the legal system because he is a high profile insurgent. If he can be taken down and broken then it is a message to other insurgents finding courage through him. Because Rebel is his platform it has become known in the U.K., and has supported Tommy with his legal costs. It will be targeted also, I expect Levant and other Rebel reporters will be denied entrance.
commented 2017-05-26 19:54:17 -0400
These Muslims should not have been granted Bail, the fact that an estimated 70% of them are retarded due to inbreeding should have been enough to cancel Bail.

There are still 66 people in hospital, 23 of them classified as in Critical Condition, due to these Muslim Retards, in Manchester.
commented 2017-05-26 19:38:37 -0400
This is one of the things that lots of people would have said couldn’t happen in the UK a while back. Well it is happening, as it happened here with the HRC’s. If that does not concern you or if you even support these actions then you no longer deserve your rights or freedoms.
commented 2017-05-26 19:36:46 -0400
Tommy arrested for reporting the news and the progressives call him a Nazi. I wonder if any of the SJW idiots can see the irony of that?
commented 2017-05-26 19:35:47 -0400
Glenn Craig good point, but when the courts are a tool of oppression it makes it hard to respect anyone involved with them. Not gonna crap on the person serving a paper mind you, just doing his or her job.
commented 2017-05-26 18:58:42 -0400
@Bill Elder…I have given advice to many who have been caught in that web and it just doesn’t pay. You will notice when you are in a court that it bears no resemblence to any Hollywood cop and court show. Lawyers will pee their pants if the judge so much as raises his…or even more so her…eyebrows. That judge can break their rice bowl over remarkably little.

The point the judge was trying to make was that the accused until they are found guilty should not be judged by an angry mob of your peers.

Once you cross the threshold of Dracula’s Castle there is no point saying what you think about the fact that vampires suck blood.
commented 2017-05-26 18:49:49 -0400
Rule of law no longer exists in the UK or Canada. It is now the rule of lawyers (most judges were lawyers at one point) presiding over a LEGAL system, not a JUSTICE system.
commented 2017-05-26 18:26:28 -0400
We’re gonna miss you for those 3 months in jail (if/when you go). Be good and maybe you’ll get out early. I expect the Rebel lawyers will see to it that you are not kept in with dangerous criminals or Muslims. If you are hurt in jail, I expect a HUGE lawsuit.
Keep doing what you do. You’re one of the bravest, if not THE bravest reporter I’ve seen.
commented 2017-05-26 18:07:15 -0400
We are all with you TOMMY ,
Be ever alert
commented 2017-05-26 18:01:18 -0400
Glenn Craig commented – “Contempt of court does not just apply to the courtroom itself,it applies to your attitude in any dealings with any officer of the court.”

What if your contempt is justified…….and supported by an angry mob of your peers?
commented 2017-05-26 17:55:33 -0400
Glad you’re out Tommy, to continue to expose this farce called the rule off law.

It’s obvious the police/courts/crown are complicit in this recidivist crime (and how many others) it is criminal negligence to be enabling convicted rape gangs with these release conditions then using abusive authority to coerce silence of their critics. The law system has lost legitimacy to its claim of authority over you by subverting the rule of law in willingly putting the safety of society at risk by openly protecting criminals over their victims and potential victims – IF this is a common occurrence, Brits should be in open revolt.

BTW Tommie heard you will be an Alex Jones reporter soon – the Rebel will gain an even larger audience.
commented 2017-05-26 17:53:35 -0400
That’s deliberate illegal injustice, favouring criminals and who cares about the victims. Tommy shouldn’t have been treated worse than the criminals and charged (?!) just for trying to report on this rape case. Reporters do this all the time… well not any more when it comes to muslim criminals. There’s definitely an enormous islamic collusion going on within our governments in the west AGAINST US. And that’s no conspiracy theory, so don’t even think that. Tommy has to stay squeaky clean until the truth starts crashing down around all the secretive goons involved in this war-like attack on the west.
commented 2017-05-26 17:46:31 -0400
commented 2017-05-26 17:30:22 -0400
@Fraser McBurney…Contempt of court does not just apply to the courtroom itself,it applies to your attitude in any dealings with any officer of the court. If your attitude is deemed contemptuous your habeus corpus rights are waved and you can be held in custody until your attitude changes and you become compliant. Be carefull how you treat that process server the lawyer sent (who is a biker working off a bill owed to that lawyer more often than not) or that sherriff serving a summons or restraining order. It takes little or no backsass to get your ass thrown down the oubliette.
commented 2017-05-26 17:23:24 -0400
The police/prosecutors, media, politicians and professors are still arguing leniency for the terrorists, in my mind. Tommy should be absolved of all charges, but he won’t be. Radical islam is raping young women and flat out killing people, and we need to worry about offending them. I’m not buying it. Do something or you’ll all be selling coffee/tea at the local shops.
commented 2017-05-26 17:23:10 -0400