Thursday, June 14, 2018

UPDATE: UK's Tommy Robinson receiving death threats and Imam ordered a 'hit' on him

Update -- UK activist Tommy Robinson, 35, was arrested on May 25th for suspicion of breaching the peace as he live-streamed video in front of the courthouse where the trials of child grooming gangs were taking place. Robinson received a 13-month suspended sentence which he will now have to serve.

Friends and supporters of Tommy say that his outspoken assertions on the issues of Islamic immigration now places his life in danger, and to make that possibility even more probable, Robinson has been moved to a maximum security prison where 71 percent of the inmates are Muslim.

News articles about his arrest and imprisonment were quickly removed from the internet after the British government banned any reporting on the matter.

Trump talks about "fake news" but England can now boast of "no news."

Muslim inmates of the prison were banging on the cell walls shouting death threats to Robinson--simply for speaking the truth. The threats were ignored by prison personnel. It's also believed that an imam put out a "hit" [known as a fatwa] on him.

Coalan Rob, Robinson's spokesman, discussed the latest situation with Alex "It's a Conspiracy" Jones on Wednesday.

In spite of Jones' reputation as a blatant conspiracy theorist about everything from the moon landing to the glue on U.S. stamps, I believe that Rob made a good point in emphasizing the danger Robinson faces in prison.

Rob explained:
"As soon as he arrived he was told there are people here who don't like him. He was put on the main wing which is central main heart of the prison. It's not solitary, it's the main open season part of the prison . . . And that was where he was put. We found specifics of the prison. It is around 71 percent Muslim. This is really, really really disastrous. The last one was close to 2 percent. As soon as he arrived he looked around. He could see people shouting. It's really, really quite terrifying. He went to his cell. He said all night people were shouting and banging on his door, screaming death threats . . . We also heard there's been a hit by an imam on him directly."
 Robinson is pretty far to the left but much of what he says about Muslim immigration to the UK is correct. There are 'no go' zones and anti-British rhetoric as well as anti-Semitic rhetoric, but even Robinson engaged in some of that in the past.

In spite of Robinson's imperfections, it was wrong for the government to put his life in danger over the fact that he made the trials of the child-grooming gangs public.

The UK has gone to hell in a head basket.


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