Tommy Robinson and the Death of Britain

Less than a week ago English activist Tommy Robinson was sentenced to 13 months in prison. Given that he has been doing his best to warn about creeping sharia in general, and Islamic rape-gangs in particular, and that he will be surrounded by Muslim inmates, we can fully expect he will be murdered in prison.

That is one way to deal with those who seek to expose the evil which abounds in the UK today. Simply silence those who dare to alert others to what is going on. If he is killed while in prison, the powers that be can look the other way and just keep going on with business as usual.

Just in case you have no clue as to who he is, and what his “crime” was, this news item offers a brief summary:

U.K. right-wing activist and journalist Tommy Robinson was arrested and reportedly jailed Friday after he filmed members of an alleged child grooming gang entering a court for trial – but the details of his purported sentence remain murky after the judge ordered the press not to report on the case.
Robinson, the former head of the English Defense League and a longtime activist against Islam and Islamic migration, was arrested after he was filming men accused of being part of a gang that groomed children. Britain has been rocked by a series of child sex scandals perpetuated by gangs of predominantly Muslim men.

Ezra Levant offers more detail:

Tommy did nothing wrong. But suddenly, seven police officers swarmed Tommy and threw him in the back of a police van. They said he was causing a disturbance, which is absurd — he was by himself on the street, with only a cameraman and a friend. But it got worse. Much worse.
Within hours, Tommy was summoned before the judge. Tommy’s long-time lawyer was not informed of this. Rather, the court appointed a lawyer who didn’t know Tommy and wasn’t an expert in the specialized law of contempt of court. In a matter of minutes, Tommy was sent to prison — with a 13-month sentence. He is now in HM Prison Hull, a brutal facility near Leeds.
A 13-month prison sentence for Tommy is tantamount to a death sentence — every Muslim criminal in prison will be trying to murder him. They’ve tried before. The only alternative is for Tommy to request to be put into solitary confinement — but no-one can live that way, locked up without any human contact for 23 hours a day. Not for a year straight.

Commentator Bruce Bawer says this about the case:

-The swiftness with which injustice was meted out to Tommy Robinson is stunning. No, more than that: it is terrifying.
-Without having access to his own lawyer, Robinson was summarily tried and sentenced to 13 months behind bars. He was then transported to Hull Prison.
-Meanwhile, the judge who sentenced Robinson also ordered British media not to report on his case. Newspapers that had already posted reports of his arrest quickly took them down. All this happened on the same day.
-In Britain, rapists enjoy the right to a full and fair trial, the right to the legal representation of their choice, the right to have sufficient time to prepare their cases, and the right to go home on bail between sessions of their trial. No such rights were offered, however, to Tommy Robinson.

He concludes:

For my part, I cannot for the life of me fathom why not a single prominent or powerful individual in all of the United Kingdom has come forward to challenge the mistreatment of Tommy Robinson – and thereby stand up for freedom of speech. Is the whole British establishment a bunch of cowards? I suppose we will know the answer to that question soon enough, if we do not know it already.

Mark Steyn put it this way: “You can say a lot of things about Tommy Robinson, but he’s one of the embarrassingly small number of Britons who recognizes the horror inflicted on those young and vulnerable girls on the receiving end of “diversity” and seeks to do something about it.”

Or as Joshua Winston writes:

If the government were at all smart and strategic, they would hire Tommy Robinson as an adviser on terrorism. He has consistently identified extremists, because he grew up among them in Luton. He has consistently told us the names of the mosques that are churning out radicals, as well as naming the imams. He has been right time after time, and instead of hiring Tommy (whose information could contribute to keeping us all safe), our government bent down to the MCB and MEND, both of whom have ties to extremists. All of this is okay with our government, because these Muslim organisations bring with them the Muslim voting bloc, and so the parliamentary doors are flung wide open to them at the same time that our liberties get thrown out the window.

And if you know nothing about the rape-gangs which have terrorised thousands of young girls in the UK, I refer you to an earlier piece of mine. There I said:

The Mirror’s 18-month investigation reveals abuse on unprecedented levels. We found:
-Social workers knew of abuse in the 1990s but police took a decade to launch a probe.
-Council staff viewed abused and trafficked children as “prostitutes” instead of victims, according to previously unseen files.
-Authorities failed to keep details of abusers from Asian communities for fear of “racism”
-Police failed to investigate one recent case five times until an MP intervened.
-One victim said cops tried to stop her finding out why her abusers had not been prosecuted because they feared she would talk to us.
-The scale of the abuse uncovered in Telford – population 170,000 – is feared to be the most brutal and long-running of all.
-The Rotherham toll was put at 1,500 – but that was in a community of 260,000.

And read especially this please:

Night after night, I was forced to have sex with multiple men in disgusting takeaways and filthy houses. I must have been getting the morning after pill from a local clinic at least twice a week but no one asked any questions. I fell pregnant twice and had two abortions. Hours after my second termination, I was taken by one of my abusers to be raped by more men. The worst moment came just after my 16th birthday when I was drugged and gang raped by five men. Days later, the ringleader turned up at my house and told me he’d burn it down if I breathed a word of what had happened.

There is only one thing worse than this horrific sexual abuse, and this totalitarian trampling of freedom of speech, and the reprehensible treatment of the whistle-blower Tommy Robinson, and that is the appalling and damnable apathy and indifference of most people.

Why do I suspect that 99 per cent of folks will never give a rip about Tommy and all this until – God forbid – their own daughter is savagely assaulted by rape gangs – usually Muslim rape gangs? The truth is, those who don’t care about all this are just as guilty of these horrific cases of sexual assault as the rape gangs are.

There is a petition circulating on this. In just around four days it has garnered nearly a half million signatures. Let’s make it a million – even ten million.

A few videos – of many – on this case that are well worth watching include this two-minute statement by Geert Wilders:

So too is Paul Weston’s 17-minute video:

And see this 3-minute video by UK MEP Janice Atkinson:

Finally, watch this 12-minute video by Lauren Southern:

Also, be aware that rallies for Tommy were held in various Australian cities yesterday. It is said that when he heard of this news, tears came to his eyes.

I am Tommy Robinson. So are you, if you care about freedom, about democracy, and the well-being of our children.

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33 Replies to “Tommy Robinson and the Death of Britain”

  1. Bill I’ve rarely seen a non-Christian with characteristics so strong that he shames many a confessing Christian.

    That news item above said he was covering a trial but I believe that was about two months earlier. He was charged back then because he was covering the trial and was deemed in ‘contempt of court’. he found guilty and given a suspended sentence with a court order not repeat the offence. Tommy makes reference to this a number of times during the live feed before this arrest and was being careful not to cross the line. The judge deemed he did and was able to put him away quickly. On this day the alleged offenders were being given their verdicts and possible sentences for the guilty. I was surprised they received bail in the meantime. That’s why Tommy thought it was OK to read the charges from the news print of the local paper.

    The media blackout is very concerning and the judge may have caught Tommy in a technicality. Paul Western speaks to all this and he believes is was a set up from start to finish. Here is his sobering video.

    Dark days indeed!

  2. Thanks Keith. Yes Tommy is far more committed, brave, and concerned than most Christians are.

    And yes the Weston video is great – I linked to it in my article as well.

  3. For those who think this is fearmongering here is what happened to another man who should never have gone to prison. He received 12 months for a very minor ‘offence’ but translated into a death sentence.

    In Tommy’s last prison sentence he was able to avoid being killed because of an informant but did receive a severe beating.

  4. Speechless……..and sadly ironic. To silence one voice, and to do this injustice so swiftly. Surely, it’s based on some trumped up legal term or a technicality. I guess that’s how the state runs things. All the while, those identified with horrific, brutal and incomprehensible crimes are allowed bail. This level of authoritarianism is palpable, I fear that Britain is a lost country.

  5. Unbelievable, I’m stunned to read this report. This is not the England I grew up in and I never want to return to it.

  6. This is a very good discussion between Robert Spencer, David Wood and Jon McCray.. It’s long but very very good!

  7. Yes it is traumatising and horrendous.

    Three books which give a deeper insight …

    Easy Meet about the Muslim gang rape of white children jihad. It is estimated that up to 1 million children have been raped in this way in the UK over 3 decades under the protection of the State.

    Why Muslims kill for Islam by Tommy Robinson.

    A Enemy of the State, Tommy’s autobiography thus far.

    Also to financially support Tommy, his legal team and his wife and children you can donate here

    For the latest information about what’s happening, see Tommy’s Facebook page and #FreeTommy.

    Write to Tommy and his family. They will make sure he gets his mail. Send your messages to:

  8. Thank you in Oz for your rallies for Tommy. There is boiling anger here in Britain. The guy was arrested, tried and jailed within a day (near enough)….if only such speed could be applied to all our real criminals. A few decent individuals in the House of Lords (Lord Pearson and others) have said they will bring a private prosecution against the Home Secretary if anything happens to Tommy while he is in jail. There is no doubt that the British government is up to its neck in deep deep water; this is the stuff that triggers civil wars but the people cannot continue to live this way any longer. There is clearly a massive cover-up going on; but as we know, “nothing will remain hidden” in the last days.

  9. Thank you so much Bill for writing what needs to be written about what many must concede is a definitive moment of our times….. Please may all of us…… Pray for him & his precious family……

  10. Thanks Bill. My young children, husband and I are now praying for Tommy nghtly. Dear God we need a miracle to keep him safe and please o Lord open his eyes to you. Amen

  11. The Mohammedans and Sodommedans have finally joined forces in a launching a blitzkrieg of sexual depravity on the British, whilst simultaneously silencing any dissenters. Pakistan is the biggest importer gay porn. The mayor of London Sadiq Khan heads up the London Gay Pride [1] with full military escort [2].
    David Cameron the former Prime minister has said he wants Mohammedans to lead both the military and government in Britain.
    House of Commons is stuffed with queers and Muslims and their allies. The Home Secretary Sajid Javid, responsible for putting Tommy Robinson in Prison is a Mohammedan, though like the rest of them, he claims also to be a Christian. He is also a supporter of Gay rights [3].

    Britain is a nation under occupation. Soon the increasing numbers of police on our streets carrying semi- automatic weapons will be replaced by soldiers, keeping the population quiet.
    All this of course was predicted a long time ago. When Solzhenitsyn visited Britain in 1976, he warned us that when he looked at our future, he was looking at his past. Yuri Bezmenov also gave a further warning in 1982 [4].
    But unless the British are prepared to come under the sovereign rule of Jesus Christ, to bend the knee to him alone, instead of claiming their human rights to live independent and autonomous lives, we shall be driven into yet more slavery and bondage – or civil war.
    This is the choice every individual must make. There is no neutrality. Not making a choice will be siding with the enemy.
    And I am sorry to say this, but Australia and every Western nation will quickly follow the lead given by Britain.


    David Skinner UK

  12. Truly terrible Bill.

    One important thing about the petition, the two links are not working.



  13. I have been following TR for about 10 mths. I’ve been horrified at the hatred directed at him because he talks about an inconvenient truth. The story of these children (Easy Meat) is beyond comprehension in a civilised country. I think UK is however no longer civilised. Instead of the new immigrants being changed to a more peaceful way of life, the U.K. Has descended to their level of depravity for reasons of political correctness. This is cultural Marxism helping the islamisation of the West & we are expected to shut up about it. TR will be regarded as a hero in future times.

  14. I don’t believe any of this mess our nation finds itself in now (Britain) is by chance of ignorance. I believe it has been totally designed and orchestrated by totally evil people at the top. The highest levels of the Royal Family and the Elite are into Satanism and pedophilia in a big way and through the arms of police and the judiciary they have the whole nation in a strangle hold. Don’t think the people at the top didn’t know about these muslim gang rapes for decades for years, they did and they do, indeed these Muslim supply them with children for their own nefarious and evil purposes. Through things like Satanic Covens and Freemasonry peoples silence and then their co-operation is ensured. Do not be deceived we are where we are here in the UK by very calculated design.

  15. What happened to Queen Elizabeth’s announcement a few years ago that she would send all the colonials back to their country of origin? It never happened, of course, but it certainly should have. Was Her Majesty intimidated by someone in the government? I fear there is a connection with a need for Arabian oil that is fueling the situation. It is a shame that Britain is being over-run and influenced by the heathen colonials.

  16. So the police didn’t protect those girls.
    Social workers didn’t protect those girls.
    The undercover secret service didn’t protect those girls.
    The politicians didn’t protect those girls.
    The media didn’t protect those girls.
    Not even the church raised a whimper. The only one that did is now in prison.

    So tell me,

    Why should I respect the police?
    Why should I trust a social worker?
    Why have people undercover hiding in the shadows having the power to spy who do nothing?
    Why bother voting (for more of the same)?
    Why pay for the BBC to vomit its ideology over the impressional?
    And what am I to say to Jesus about the inaction of the church?

  17. As is said by a number of people elsewhere, free speech under the law can be interpreted as hate speech. Christians know a lot about that, both from the historical perspective and today. I’m prepared for the worst that’s yet to come. Is anyone else?

  18. Many thanks guys for all your comments. Allow me a few more brief words about Tommy Robinson if you will. I do this to at least make clear my own position about him, and others like him. Some consider him to be perfect, a saint, a superstar. But I realise he has made mistakes, he has sometimes not been as wise and prudent as he could have been, and so on. He has even admitted this himself. Others think he is a troublemaker, a racist, and deserves his punishment. But I see him as someone who really does care about what is happening in his country, and who is greatly, and rightly, concerned about creeping sharia.

    Perhaps more importantly, I have had some critics challenging me, saying he is not a Christian, etc., so why support him? Um, I never said he was a Christian. As far as I know, he is not one, but I am happy to stand corrected here. So it goes without saying that we should be praying that he does become one. In the meantime we can applaud his courageous stance and his willingness to speak up, while most folks are silent. In this regard he puts most of us to shame, even most Christians.

    So I give him qualified support. In the same manner I can more or less support Geert Wilders who is not perfect and who is not a Christian. The same with Andrew Bolt, or Jordan Peterson, or Melanie Phillips, or Brendan O’Neill, or Ben Shapiro, or Dennis Prager, or so many others who are taking a stand. To support a person does NOT mean of course you support every single thing about them. But some folks want you to only support those who are perfect. In which case, we will be supporting no one.

    See more on this here in my latest article:

  19. It is apparently acceptable for George Pell and Rolf Harris to be hounded by photographers as their court cases progressed.
    It is apparently not-acceptable to photograph this particular (protected?) group of convicted pedophiles/rapists.

  20. Bill, see Janet Albrechtsen today at
    If he has prejudiced the trial by publishing a FB LiveStream in violation of the rules of court then the judge’s response looks like a correct attempt to uphold the right to a fair trial – even for people accused of such a crime. Nothing can excuse the previous unjust treatment of Robinson for simply stating facts about Muslim rape gangs. But in this case it now looks like contempt for due legal process on his part, not courageous truth-telling. What do you think?

  21. Thanks David. Yes I am aware of her piece, and read some of it – before it got hidden behind a paywall! Needless to say I do not fully concur with all of it (or at least what I was able to see). But I will leave it to the legal experts to debate the finer points of all this. And she has been at best a half-hearted conservative over the years, so she is hardly my first port of call when I want someone on my side.

    However I will NOT let pieces like this detract from the main point here – that there are massive problems in the UK with Islam and rape gangs; that Tommy and others have long been targeted; and that the powers that be do NOT want their voices heard. The Islamic takeover of the UK continues apace, and I prefer to side, as much as possible, with people like Tommy who are – albeit imperfectly – doing what they can to warn us of the great evil unfolding there.

    But see more on this here:

  22. My goodness, Mr Van Gend, the house is burning down and your concern is was it tidy!

    Are you aware, Mr Robinson got arrested for commenting after the trial had finished? it was a sentencing hearing, however, I’m sure you will have a say on the technicalities of that, do so it’s your right, do consider, however, when you do you have to step over 1000’s of abused and broken girls to do so who have not technically been harmed but actually been harmed or should I say farmed!

    If you want to know if Mr Robinson is a Christian then I can tell you he isn’t, the reason I know this is because he cares about the substance and not the technicality, something greatly lacking in you and many Christians sadly. I for one will not be praying for Mr Robinson to become a Christian there are too many bodies of the broken that this failing man needs to offer his version of justice and compassion too. He is not in prison since he broke the law he is in prison because he put immature young girls protection above the law, perhaps he, unlike many parents, saw in his daughter her vulnerability perhaps, we will never know but do you know what, I don’t care, he gets my admiration as he put the vulnerable before the technicality, something you could consider learning perhaps.
    What makes your comment so inept is that you had to step on the abused to exercise your virtue, not realising that what you claimed to be the law has only been imposed on the virtuous and only one at that. If the law had been universally applied, this thread wouldn’t even exist, the fact that it does was lost on you seemingly.

    I will likely get this post blocked or even get permanently block myself, hopefully, you will read it before the thought police get to it. When I listen to some of the comments coming out of Christianity on this matter it appals me. I was listening to a man you may of heard of Douglas Murray, he said that what made him an atheist was Islam, he had been a Christian. I thought at the time what has Islam to do with Christianity? I now know both are inept at protecting the vulnerable and exhalant at the technicality.

    I, for clarity, would like to say my comment doesn’t criticise those on this thread even though I have used a wide brush to paint Christians, my comment is directed at you and the other inept individuals who ignore the cries of the broken so they can virtue signal. I will not give up, shut up or put up with anything that makes my saviour and me cry . . . . . Rant over.

  23. I hope and pray Tommy Robinson becomes a National Treasure rather like Churchill, he deserves to be for his courage alone.

  24. Thanks again guys. A few more thoughts on this, which may yet be turned into another article! While the left has always hated folks like Robinson and other whistle-blowers, what really irks me are the so-called conservatives and Christians who are more than happy to bash them as well

    The truth is, some folks make it their mission, however imperfectly, to expose things like horrific rape gangs. And some folks prefer to be armchair critics and attack these watchmen. The former group will heavily pay for this, often with their very lives. The latter group sacrifices absolutely nothing. I know which group of people I will side with, every day of the week.

  25. Roland Freisler would be proud that his judicial methods have found a new home.

    “First they came for the Communists, but I was not a Communist so I did not speak out. Then they came for the Socialists and the Trade Unionists, but I was neither, so I did not speak out. Then they came for the Jews, but I was not a Jew so I did not speak out. And when they came for me, there was no one left to speak out for me.”

    Dietrich Bonhoeffer

  26. Hi Bill. Can’t quite work out how you decide to allow some comments and not others….

  27. Thanks Trevor, but let me stop you there, and let me try to explain things to you. I of course have clearly stated commenting rules to begin with – please take note. And I have little time for those who keep coming back here pushing their pet peeve, and worse yet, clearly not having read what I have said in my articles. In the three full articles and many comments I have offered here on this case, I must have said a dozen times now that I may not agree with everything Tommy has done, and the legal experts (not mere peons like you and me) can debate the fine details and legal technicalities of the case.

    And I have said plenty of times now that I have little patience with those who obsess over the legalities of Tommy while taking our sights off the main game here – the thousands of children who are being raped. Those who miss the big picture as they push their secondary concerns are just not helping, and I have no desire to give them a free run here. Nevertheless I have allowed some critics to do just that – had you bothered to read everything here you would have seen others making the same objections you have, and my replies to them. So I am NOT going to keep rehashing all this all day.

    And had you done your homework instead of just incessantly riding your hobby horse here, you would have seen that even the latest article by Murray that you insisted I look at I already have! And I even shared parts of it as comments! Let me again quote the most important part of it, which you seem to have missed:

    The problem — as I said in 2015 — is that any challenge Robinson presents is all a secondary issue. The primary issue is that for years the British state allowed gangs of men to rape thousands of young girls across Britain. For years the police, politicians, Crown Prosecution Service, and every other arm of the state ostensibly dedicated to protecting these girls failed them. As a number of government inquires have concluded, they turned their face away from these girls because they were terrified of the accusations of racism that would come their way if they did address them. They decided it wasn’t worth the aggravation.
    By contrast, Tommy Robinson thought it was worth the aggravation, even if that meant having his whole life turned upside down. Some years ago, after crawling over all of his personal affairs and the affairs of all his immediate family, the police found an irregularity on a mortgage application, prosecuted Robinson, convicted him, and sent him to prison on that charge. In prison he was assaulted and almost killed by Muslim inmates.
    What can be said with absolute certainty is that Tommy Robinson has been treated with greater suspicion and a greater presumption of guilt by the United Kingdom than any Islamic extremist or mass rapist ever has been. That should be — yet is not — a national scandal. If even one mullah or sheikh had been treated with the presumption of guilt that Robinson has received, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, and the rest of them would be all over the U.K. authorities. But different standards apply to Robinson.

    In sum, I repeat what I said in one of the other articles on Tommy:

    I know, let’s obsess over any perceived flaws or shortcomings of Tommy Robinson. That way we can:
    -happily allow him to rot in prison;
    -ignore all the horrific problems associated with Islam in the UK; and
    -most importantly, totally forget all about the rape gang crisis and the tens of thousands of abused, raped and tortured young girls.

    Folks who want to play that game can do it all they like – but not on my website thanks.

  28. Spot on Mr Muehlenberg, there are those who want to take the focus off the cause as they do not want that conversation, you are a very wise man indeed to notice that.

    I think you were very polite in your response to Trevor, I think the time for polite may need revaluating, however, given 10,000 girls were raped by the men from the religion of peace and Trevor no doubt wanted to deliver his well-rehearsed lines straight out of the guardian, which goes something like this, Islam is a religion of peace and it was all Tommy R’s own fault.

    We can’t have a rational conversation with someone who claims Islam is a religion of peace while scraping the bodies of those who were unfortunate enough to debate that point with a man in a van on a bridge who mowed them down. I am sure there was nothing peaceful when 10,000 screams echoed around a dingy derelict house the rapes took place in. Even if those “men from the religion of peace never came out of prison that would not address the problem and the problem is we need to be told continually by the left that Islam is a religion of peace? I will tell you what a religion of peace is, it’s one that you do not have to be told it’s a religion of peace.

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