June 09, 2018

WATCH: #FreeTommy rally in London LIVESTREAM

Rebel Staff

A rally is being held in London, England today, calling for justice for Tommy Robinson:

 

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commented 2018-06-12 02:29:41 -0400
The trial caused a sensation through the Soviet Union and the world. Soviet newspapers applauded the executions and demanded more purges of counter-revolutionaries. The public in the Soviet Union accepted the confessions of the accused – easier to believe perhaps than that their government had been perpetrating a gigantic hoax.

Kind of like Andrew Stephenson….
commented 2018-06-12 02:25:25 -0400
The new constitution was written largely by the old Bolshevik Nikolai Bukharin (only in his late forties) and was to take effect in 1936. The government was to be divided into two legislative bodies: the Soviet of the Union and the Soviet of Nationalities. The Constitution guaranteed freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, freedom of the press and freedom of religious worship. The Constitution guaranteed the inviolability of individuals, their home and the privacy of their correspondence. According to the Constitution, any of the republics could choose to secede from the Union of Socialist Soviet Republics (USSR). According to the Constitution the exploiting classes had been defeated, the class war was at an end, the working class and those on the collective farms and the intelligencia and the vanguard of working people (the Communist Party) were all working together to build a new socialist society. Stalin made a show of supporting the new constitution. He presented it as a gift from the Communist Party to the people of the Soviet Union.

Through 1935 to mid-1936 hundreds of arrests were made of people considered hostile to the revolution. A law was passed that lowered the age of criminal responsibility. A new article was added to the Criminal Code – Article 58 – which defined new offenses that were counter-revolutionary and stated that persons who fled abroad could be executed and families of defectors imprisoned or exile.

http://www.fsmitha.com/h2/ch20-4.htm

Sound familiar? Lots of promised rights. All of them removed by the whim of the übermensch.
commented 2018-06-12 02:16:01 -0400
And of course the New York Times was in on it as well:

“Walter Duranty, the New York Times correspondent based in Moscow, also accepted the idea that the executed men were also involved with Adolf Hitler in trying to bring down the Soviet government. “A widespread plot against the Kremlin was discovered, whose ramifications included not merely former oppositionists but agents of the Nazi Gestapo.” When supporters of the men executed raised doubts about the conspiracy, Duranty commented that “it was unthinkable that Stalin and Voroshilov… could have sentenced their friends to death unless the proofs of guilt were overwhelming.” (29)"
commented 2018-06-12 02:14:01 -0400
THE MEDIA was also complicit during the Soviet show trials of the 1930’s. Andrew Stephenson would be in hearty agreement against those wh were falsely arrested, convicted and executed.

“Most journalists covering the trial were convinced that the confessions were statements of truth. The Observer wrote: “It is futile to think the trial was staged and the charges trumped up. The government’s case against the defendants (Zinoviev and Kamenev) is genuine.” (26) The New Statesman agreed: “It is their (Zinoviev and Kamenev) confession and decision to demand the death sentence for themselves that constitutes the mystery. If they had a hope of acquittal, why confess? If they were guilty of trying to murder Stalin and knew they would be shot in any case, why cringe and crawl instead of defiantly justifying their plot on revolutionary grounds? We would be glad to hear the explanation.” (27)

The New Republic pointed out: “Some commentators, writing at a long distance from the scene, profess doubt that the executed men (Zinoviev and Kamenev) were guilty. It is suggested that they may have participated in a piece of stage play for the sake of friends or members of their families, held by the Soviet government as hostages and to be set free in exchange for this sacrifice. We see no reason to accept any of these laboured hypotheses, or to take the trial in other than its face value. Foreign correspondents present at the trial pointed out that the stories of these sixteen defendants, covering a series of complicated happenings over nearly five years, corroborated each other to an extent that would be quite impossible if they were not substantially true. The defendants gave no evidence of having been coached, parroting confessions painfully memorized in advance, or of being under any sort of duress.” (28)

http://spartacus-educational.com/RUSshow.htm
commented 2018-06-12 01:58:33 -0400
Here is what Tommy got arrested for. In the video, the cops told him it was for breach of the peace, although he was in no way doing so as anyone can see. The funny thing was a short time later he was convicted of breaching his parole stipulations. Why the change Andrew? Why was this done in such a rush , Andrew? The muslim rate gang proceedings took months and years but Tommy got the Bum’s Rush in something like 5 hours.. Why? What was the rush?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTdJaHWvLbk
commented 2018-06-12 01:30:16 -0400
Andrew Stephenson keep your head up your ass, and go cheer people being arrested for their opinion like a filthy communist.
commented 2018-06-12 00:54:58 -0400
ANDREW STEPHENSON commented 13 hours ago
“Drew Wakariuk commented 11 hours ago
Andrew he did no such thing. And what law did he break when cops arrested him int he past?:”

The first time, assault.
Second time, conspiracy to commit fraud.
Somewhere along the line he was also deported from the US for trying to enter on a forged passport.
The third time, contempt of court.
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Mr Babies-Are-Parasites. those are phony trumped up charges and convictions under the British star chambers. The Soviet and Nazi courts had amazing conviction records, too. Here is Tommy explaining what really happened although I know you won’t catch it since you hate evidence that runs contrary to your preconceived ideas. But others will and that’s what really counts.

“The British Police State.”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ao2VlpxGFe4
commented 2018-06-11 12:14:18 -0400
“Drew Wakariuk commented 11 hours ago
Andrew he did no such thing. And what law did he break when cops arrested him int he past?:”

The first time, assault.
Second time, conspiracy to commit fraud.
Somewhere along the line he was also deported from the US for trying to enter on a forged passport.
The third time, contempt of court. The second one was what he was on the suspended sentence for – so it’s not exactly surprising he got picked up for doing the same thing again, especially a repeat offender.

If you get told to stay away from courthouses as part of your condition of release, and you don’t follow that instruction, then don’t act surprised when you get tossed back in the clink.

“He did not violate the terms of his suspended sentence. Why do you keep repeating this lie?

He plead guilty on the advice of a lawyer who was court appointed. Who knows what options he was given. "

Yeah, pretty sure he was told not to commit contempt of court again, as terms of release for his previous contempt conviction.

The court-appointed attorney would have advised him to plea appropriate to his circumstances. I don’t buy the narrative that he was forced into it – we have no reason to doubt the public defender’s impartiality. As to why he was “denied” his own soliciter, I don’t buy that narrative either. He’s a freelancer with a criminal record, neither of which are associated with economic prosperity, and probably couldn’t afford his own.
commented 2018-06-11 01:46:03 -0400
Drew keep in mind that Andrew is as wrong about this as he is an bout babies being parasites. You can safely dismiss anything that someone so ignorant or willfully blind says.
commented 2018-06-11 01:44:14 -0400
People like Andrew love Tyranny when it is people they agree with as overlords.
commented 2018-06-11 01:36:19 -0400
Andrew does that go for Justin as well, where is your feminist outcry and your rule of law when it comes to Justin and that reporter?? OH RIGHT HYPOCRISY!!!
commented 2018-06-11 01:33:42 -0400
Andrew he did no such thing. And what law did he break when cops arrested him int he past? Reporting is not a crime, except to commies like you. Since you love law and order so much i will be holding you to that in the future. By the way should gay men at pride who violate public nudity laws not be arrested or at least fined?? If not then why not
commented 2018-06-10 20:49:43 -0400
ALLAN PETERSON commented 3 mins ago
ANDREW STEPHENSON commented 2 hours ago
“Robinsonn” violated the terms of his suspended sentence and now must serve the deferred time He was charged with a second contempt charge, and plead guilty.
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He did not violate the terms of his suspended sentence. Why do you keep repeating this lie?

He plead guilty on the advice of a lawyer who was court appointed. Who knows what options he was given.

Allan Peterson…Yep…..
commented 2018-06-10 20:44:35 -0400
ANDREW STEPHENSON commented 2 hours ago
“Robinsonn” violated the terms of his suspended sentence and now must serve the deferred time He was charged with a second contempt charge, and plead guilty.
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He did not violate the terms of his suspended sentence. Why do you keep repeating this lie?

He plead guilty on the advice of a lawyer who was court appointed. Who knows what options he was given.
commented 2018-06-10 20:39:25 -0400
Andrew, judge Geoffrey Marson will eventually have to face a judicial review, same goes for the judge who presided over Tommy’s case a year ago.
commented 2018-06-10 20:03:31 -0400
Since when did secret, one hour trials, without your lawyer become acceptable and legal?

Article 11 of the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights states,
“Everyone charged with a penal offence has the right to be presumed innocent until proved guilty according to law in a public trial at which he has had all the guarantees necessary for his defence.”

Left wing fascism has taken root in all democracies.
commented 2018-06-10 18:45:58 -0400
WHEn the rule of law doesn’t exist anymore, because the gov’t itself breaks it, then why would anyone follow the social contract and responsibilities that are an absolute requirement of a democratic society. WW3 on the horizon and this time it will be against the European countries who will have become dictatorships. And Canada with libtards like the aka. Andrew Stephenson, will not be on the right side of history this time.
commented 2018-06-10 17:50:50 -0400
“the crowds are the logical and lawful ones. The government is irrational and breaking the law in Tommy’s case. "

They may be lawful, if not necessarily logical.

“Robinsonn” violated the terms of his suspended sentence and now must serve the deferred time He was charged with a second contempt charge, and plead guilty. Nothing illegal about that.

If you’re released on bail or parole, and violate the terms of your release, you get put back in jail. “Robinson” was no different. Protest all you want; he went back to jail for a reason.
commented 2018-06-10 16:25:02 -0400
The ‘Law and Logic’ of the Soviet UK: Coddle traitors, rapists and terrorists; criminalize victims and patriots.

SHAME ON THE SOVIET UK TRAITORS!!! STOP THE INJUSTICE!!! FREE TOMMY ROBINSON!!!
commented 2018-06-10 15:23:18 -0400
ANDREW STEPHENSON commented 22 mins ago
Good thing the UK is governed by law and logic, not crowds of angry-rabble rousers.

Mr Babies-Are-Parasites, the crowds are the logical and lawful ones. The government is irrational and breaking the law in Tommy’s case.

The cops are gestapo henchmen.
commented 2018-06-10 15:00:24 -0400
Good thing the UK is governed by law and logic, not crowds of angry-rabble rousers.
commented 2018-06-10 13:51:14 -0400
Tammie, I hadn’t thought of Al-Quds. Thats gotta be it. Get your suds before Al-Quds.

Ted, far-right is just one of those tar and feather words used to squelch free speech for anyone right of Pol Pot. Just like “homophobe”, “racist”, “islamaphobe” etc, etc.

The funny thing is that the leftists are always telling the rest that we shouldn’t label people. Which is true. They get to do the labeling.
commented 2018-06-10 13:51:14 -0400
Tammie, I hadn’t thought of Al-Quds. Thats gotta be it. Get your suds before Al-Quds.

Ted, far-right is just one of those tar and feather words used to squelch free speech for anyone right of Pol Pot. Just like “homophobe”, “racist”, “islamaphobe” etc, etc.

The funny thing is that the leftists are always telling the rest that we shouldn’t label people. Which is true. They get to do the labeling.
commented 2018-06-10 10:30:49 -0400
So no trial, no jury, no public trial. All huge human rights violations. So sue the official for millions of dollars and charge them with breach of statute and breach of trust. Where is Amnesty International?
Where are the human rights organizations? … Besides defending rapists and slaver rights.