Tommy Robinson Fights Back

While recuperating from PTSD caused by psychological torture during wrongful imprisonment, Tommy Robinson spots a journalist from the Daily Mail, taking pictures of his family. So he turns on his camera and follows the journalist, demanding answers. “Why are you harassing my parents and neighbors back home?” and “Why did you print headlines claiming I’m a racist?” and “Don’t you realize you’re endangering my family?” and also asking, “As a journalist, have you questioned the judge who imprisoned me wrongfully? Have you been to the prison where I was kept in solitary?” Tommy is relentless is holding this fake news merchant accountable. His name is James King of the Daily Mail. You won’t want to miss this.

Geert Wilders at the Free Tommy Robinson Protest

“Tommy Robinson is a Freedom Fighter. He says what no one dares to say. He has guts, he has courage and that is more than we can say for all those people who govern us. Because our governments (EU) sold us out with mass immigration, with Islamization, with open borders. We are almost foreigners in our own lands. And if we complain about it, they call us racists or Islamophobes. But I say, no more!”

– Geert Wilders

Douglas Murray on Tommy Robinson (and the Establishment)

Douglas Murray’s speciality is in intelligently pointing out the blindingly obvious to all the bone headed careerists within politics, academia and the media. If nothing else the inability of the established classes to deal with this issue has revealed how incapable and unremarkable they are.

Tommy Robinson’s BANNED speech: “The British Police State”

Tommy Robinson of TheRebel.media was barred from giving this speech five times by various universities. It’s about his experiences in “the British police state.” MORE: https://www.therebel.media/tommy_robinson_watch_the_speech_i_was_barred_from_giving_at_a_major_uk_university
NOTE: Later, Tommy was arrested for his reporting on a story for TheRebel.media: http://www.SaveTommy.com

The Jihadist Next Door

This film followed a group of Britain’s most devout Muslims for two years, giving unprecedented access into the bubbling undercurrent of home-grown Islamic terrorism. Documentary maker Jamie Roberts even spent time with Siddhartha Dhar (aka Abu Rumaysah), the former bouncy castle salesman who is now suspected to be the second “Jihadi John”.