They shouldn’t have done it.
They shouldn’t have sent Tommy Robinson to prison.
They have created a martyr. He is going to be a British Nelson Mandela, minus the bit about being a communist terrorist funded by international Marxists who sings about killing white people and laying the foundation for the destruction of his country.
I am sure there is a more appropriate figure from English history to whom we can compare Tommy Robinson, but hey they don’t teach English history in school anymore, so nobody would know who I am talking about.
Ok then, he is an English Geert Wilders From June 9:
“Massive crowds turned out in London on Saturday to rally for free speech and hear Dutch firebrand Geert Wilders demand the release of Tommy Robinson from prison.
“It’s so good to see so many of you here today, you are all heroes for being here today,” said the Freedom Party leader, an outspoken critic of radical Islam who rose to second place in the Dutch national elections last year.
Wilders told the crowd he had come to Britain to tell Robinson’s supporters they “will never walk alone” and to “tell the world, and the UK government in particular: Free Tommy Robinson!”
Apparently, a media outlet tried to claim it was only hundreds of Tommy Robinson supporters, but it is clear from the video that there were well over ten thousand, possibly 20,000 or 30,000 people there. This is huge. And then comes the actual content of the speech:
“And I tell you, today we have a message for all the government of the world, and our message is: ‘We will not be silenced! We will not be intimidated! And we tell the government, we are not afraid of you!”
“We are not afraid of you.” This is one of those statements which breaks mindsets. Here is a serious European figure pointing out that the British government is attempting to bully its citizens to do something they don’t want to do, and encouraging them to openly disobey the government.
“We will never surrender! We will stand strong and do our duty, we will defend our civilisation, and we will protect our people.”
Paraphrasing Churchill’ and the 14 words. This is meme perfection. In three months time it will be 100,000 English patriots, brandishing potato peelers, traffic cones and bicycle wheels, chanting “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for English children!”
“And I tell you, to the governments, you can throw us in jail, but you will never defeat us. Because, my friends, for every Tommy whom you imprison, thousands will rise up.”
“So take notice Theresa May, take notice Dutch prime minister Rutte, take notice, Mrs Merkel and President Macron. Take notice: The future is ours, and not yours. We will defeat you politically — because we, my friends, we are the people.”
He isn’t calling for violence, but note that he didn’t say democratically.
Here is the clincher:
“(W)e.. want you to give our countries back to us.”
This statement encapsulates three points:
- European governments have stolen European peoples’ countries from them through mass immigration, which if not stopped will lead to population replacement.
- European governments do not serve the interests of European people, and are thus illegitimate.
- The European people have the right to disobey their governments in order to take back their countries.
Geert Wilders was careful with the language he used in that rally. He didn’t say it openly, but he effectively called for revolution.
Keep your eyes on England.