UK Activist Tommy Robinson Moved to Maximum Security Prison With 71% Muslim Population

As TGP’s Cassandra Fairbanks previously reported, UK activist Tommy Robinson was arrested on May 25th for suspicion of breaching the peace while livestreaming to report on the trial of a child grooming gang and will now have to serve a prior 13 month suspended sentence.

Friends and supporters of Robinson, 35, are asserting that his notoriety and stance on Islam places his life in great danger in prison.

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27 Responses to UK Activist Tommy Robinson Moved to Maximum Security Prison With 71% Muslim Population

  1. eclectickelvin says:

    I imagine the Liberals here will watch this closely to see if it is a workable way to silence those who oppose child molesters

  2. Westcoastdeplorable says:

    I’ve noticed all the coverage on this cites the trial as a “grooming gang”. WTF is a “grooming gang”? What are they, hairdressers? Is this some Limey language like “Lorry” instead of “Truck”? Inquiring minds want to know! So I looked it up; not easy to find a definition, but provides us with this:

    In Britain, they call it “sex grooming.”

    In the Netherlands, they’re called “Lover Boys.”

    But the phenomenon is the same. A gang of Muslim “Asians” of mostly Pakistani descent seeks out, pursues, chats up and cultivates school girls for sex, turning them into bodies for sale.


  3. bob sykes says:

    The judge and the police intend to kill him. The elites in Parliament and the civil service will not let their access to children for sex to be denied.

  4. Mike says:

    I wonder if the politicians over there realize how much shit is going to hit the fan if something happens to him?

  5. (((Doc B) says:

    This sounds like a really good way to make Tommy a Martyr, when (not if) they kill him.

  6. Sanders says:

    British government has always been ruthless to its subjects. This just reminds us of why our forefathers threw their ass out of this country.

    I hope this does ignite a firestorm amongst the British citizenry. They haven’t had a good old-fashioned civil war for a very long time.

  7. SAM says:

    Of course it will be for his “safety”.

    • crazyeighter says:

      “Maximum security” for what amounts to “disturbing the peace,” In America, he’d be out of jail by now.

  8. He has spoken the truth — off with his head! This is capital punishment by proxy. However, if anything untoward were to happen to Mr. Robinson … just wait for it! … the ruling class (MSM, intelligentsia, Labor) will rub their hands in sanctimonious innocence: “he brought it upon himself”.

    Voltaire twice comes to mind: 1. “To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize”. 2. “In this country, it is wise to kill an admiral from time to time to encourage the others.” The fate of Mr. Robinson will certainly encourage others to toe the party line … because dissent can be fatal on these isles.

    So this is now the rule of law in England, the place where Great Britain used to be? I would rather say that this is bowing and kneeling before the new Islamic overlords; this is ‘dhimmi’ of the first order. It is hard not to see a form of complicity between all elements of the state in the soon to be seen demise of Mr. Robinson.


  9. SAM says:

    Here in the UK we keep hearing how good and peaceful Muslims are. As well of how they are a small persecuted minority. So much of a persecuted minority that a number of them can rape children and get let off.
    Why are there so many in prison?

  10. stine says:

    Well, he did, in fact, bring it upon himself. Britian has some very strict, no-reporting laws that judges can invoke to prevent the press (The Sun, The Mirror, The Guardian, USA Today, NY Times, BBC, ITN, etc) from publishing the names of the accused (or any information that would identify them). Once a judge makes that ruling, any organization, or in the case of Mr. Robinson, any idiot, who breaks the rules has to suffer the consequences, and if you don’t think he knew that at the beginning, you’re deluding yourself.

    One of the news sites I follow did several pieces on a couple of court cases where people were suing Google under the ‘right to be forgotten’ laws. In the articles, they used ‘NT1’ and ‘NT2″ in leiu of names and were only as specific as the court allowed them to be. After the separate trials, one of them kept his anonymity (because he won) but the other was identified (because he lost.)

    If you think he should be excused because of the charges the court is addressing, you probably think we should nuke the Diocese of New York and Vatican City (and its possible that you may be 100% correct)

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