Video: Tommy Robinson and the Death of Britain

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Sharia justice in the UK
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FrontPage Mag
Article date: 
15 July 2019
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National News
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As Tommy Robinson headed into court for his sentencing Thursday, he wore a t-shirt that read: “Convicted of Journalism.” And it’s true. Tommy Robinson is heading back to jail for doing what journalists routinely do: ask questions of defendants heading into courtrooms. The gaggle of establishment media journalists who peppered Tommy himself with questions as he entered the court have not been arrested....

British authorities claimed that Tommy Robinson had prejudiced the outcome of the trial of several members of a Muslim rape gang. This is arrant nonsense: the trial had been completed, and Tommy was asking them what they thought of their having been convicted. There was, however, a gag order on the proceedings...

Why was the gag order put into place? The obvious reason is that the British government and law enforcement authorities are deeply embarrassed by their abysmal record in dealing with Muslim rape gangs...

... all over the country, authorities let Muslim rape gangs run rampant for fear of being charged with “racism” and “Islamophobia” if they did anything about them. That is just what happened to Tommy Robinson when he dared to call attention to these gangs and the Islamic motivation behind their activities....

Tommy Robinson is back to jail, with a sentence that could be a death sentence at the hands of Muslim inmates who threatened and menaced him when he was in prison before.
 
The British government is clearly making an example of him in order to try to deter more Britons from protesting against its policies of mass Muslim immigration and its covering up of crimes perpetrated by Muslims in the name of Islam and in accord with its teachings....
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UK activist and citizen journalist Tommy Robinson is on trial this week for “contempt of court” and may end up in prison again. In his interview with Andrew Wilkow, Tommy speaks out about the death of free speech in England and the real-life consequences: “Tomorrow I will be sent to prison for the crimes of journalism. … I genuinely believe I will be killed in this prison sentence.”
 

Tommy Robinson has been re-sentenced to nine months in prison following his reconviction for contempt of court....

Robinson was initially arrested, tried, and imprisoned within a matter of hours after livestreaming accused grooming gang members — later convicted — whose case was subject to reporting restrictions, but freed by appellate judges who ruled his initial hearing had been rushed and unfair....

The activist has said the sentence following his previous, overturned convcition saw him “imprisoned for over 2.5 months in solitary confinement, held against my categorisation, moved to the highest Muslim population Category C prison, subjected to mental torture and constant threats and abuse and had all of my rights removed in the interest of prison safety”, and he believes his treatment by the courts and the state more generally is “political persecution”....

Tommy Robinson Verdict Is a Travesty of Justice, by James Delingpole, Breitbart, July 6, 2019.

The “Dark And Dangerous” Side Of Anti-Nationalism Comes For Tommy Robinson—In Britain AND America, by John Derbyshire, VDare, July 14, 2019.
 

Tommy Robinson Transferred to UK Prison Known as a “Jihadist Training Camp”, Gatweay Pundit, July 20, 2019.