If you’ve been living under a rock in recent days, you may not have heard that journalist Tommy Robinson, aka Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, was arrested last week on Friday for contempt of court, after he reported on the Muslim rape gang trial outside the crown court in Leeds. Since his arrest and imprisonment, a massive number of protesters gathered in their thousands outside 10 Downing Street to voice their disapproval of Tommy Robinson’s arrest.
Yes, initially none of this was known to the British public when Tommy Robinson was arrested, and a gagging order had prevented people or any media outlet from reporting on his arrest, however, once that was lifted and ceased to be active, enraged Brits took to 10 Downing Street. Many of whom had already heard about Robinson’s arrest through the means of alternative news media, mainly from America and beyond, thus arriving in their thousands in order to give the very biased (1984) freedom of thought authorities, a piece of their mind outside Downing Street.
On Friday, Tommy Robinson was reporting live on social media, outside Leeds crown court, where the Muslim rape gang trial was going on, and he was arrested and given an immediate 13 month jail sentence. The ban on reporting on his arrest was lifted after being challenged by the media and since then, people have voiced their outrage, that somebody reporting on the truth would be arrested, whilst countless Muslim rape gangs run rife in the UK, at the expense of mainly caucasian underage girls in communities across Britain, and their families.
Let’s hear a point of view now, from YouTube channel ‘The Iconoclast’, and see what they have to say about Tommy Robinson’s arrest, and the outrage that followed afterwards, sparking a potential massive ongoing backlash from the British people. Many of whom feel that “enough is enough!”
Tommy Robinson’s arrest is now being heralded as a war on the British working class, and we think that it might just be that, which is happening right now. Tommy Robinson’s live stream on Facebook outside Leeds crown court, was being viewed by 250,000 people when he was arrested. Tommy later plead guilty to contempt of court on Friday.
Recent news suggests that Tommy Robinson has already been attacked whilst imprisoned at the hands of Muslim prisoners, and the fear is that the authorities plan to keep him in there, so that he is ultimately murdered. His previous stint in prison resulted in a bounty being placed on his head, in order for him to be killed in exchange for mobile phones or other forms of prison currency.
Matthew Harding, who defended Tommy Robinson on Friday, said that his client had “deep regret” for what he had done. Harding said, “He was mindful, having spoken to other and taken advice, not to say things that he thought would actually prejudice these proceedings. He did not try to cause difficulties for the court process.”
QC Judge Geoffrey Marson said, “Not only was it a very long video, but I regard it as a serious aggravating feature that he was encouraging others to share it and it had been shared widely. That is the nature of the contempt.”
Tommy Robinson founded the EDL (English Defence League) in 2009, but later quit the group in 2013. He had been making a name for himself as a journalist in recent years, on issues such as mass immigration, Muslim child rape gangs, No-Go Zones, and other very real problems that plague the British landscape.
So, do you stand with Tommy Robinson’s right to report on the truth? Do you believe that it is right to arrest somebody that simply reports the truth on Muslim child rape gangs? Additionally, is the right to Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Though being threatened in the United Kingdom? Most people would say that this is the case, but what do you think? Tell us in the comments section down below.
Story by The Narrator
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