Establishment media ignores more planned demonstrations in support of jailed Journalist Tommy Robinson – TheLiberal.ie – Our News, Your Views
June 13, 2018

Establishment media ignores more planned demonstrations in support of jailed Journalist Tommy Robinson

After up to 25,000 demonstrators marched through the centre of London on Saturday in support of free speech and jailed journalist Tommy Robinson more protests and demonstrations are now planned to support the imprisoned activist.

Robinson’s activism and journalistic work has been instrumental in exposing the blight of Muslim Rape Gangs which have and still are systematically targeting vulnerable English children for abuse, drug pushing and sex trafficking.

Mr Robinson was arrested filming at the trial of yet another child raping Muslim gang in Leeds and found guilty of contempt of court and sentenced to 13 months in prison. All this happened within the space of a few hours and Robinsons supports claim that the state was desperate to find any way to silence him.

At the event on Saturday, there were numerous speakers including UKIP leader Gerald Batten, Dutch Parliamentary opposition leader Geert Wilders, Journalist Lauren Southern, who appeared via video link from Canada as she is forbidden from UK for blaspheming Islam, Milo Yiannopoulos and other public figures and personalities.

Tensions did boil over at one stage during the protests when police attempted to coral the crowd and some minor injuries were reported.

Several protestors have since been charged with breach of peace.

There have been similar demonstrations of support for Robinson in the U.S, Australia, Russia, Norway, Austria, Holland and Canada.

The fear is that Robinson will suffer a serious assault or be killed in prison as Muslim gangs now dominate the UK prison system and Tommy has had a series close calls before in this regard.

Those who support Robinson have suggested this may be the intention of the state in imprisoning him.

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