Tommy Robinson alive and free

Saint Tommy.

Tommy Robinson has survived his time in prison and has been released on bail.

We’ll leave the honours to Breitbart:

“The British Court of Appeal has released street organiser and citizen journalist Tommy Robinson from prison on bail, pending a fresh hearing over his contempt of court charge.

“Lord Chief Justice Lord Burnett quashed the contempt of court conviction handed to the former English Defence League leader in May, which saw the activist going from arrest to trial, and to prison in just five hours and under a blanket of enforced media silence.”

Tommy Robinson’s release sparked jubilation amongst supporters outside the Royal Courts of Justice, who chanted Tommy Tommy Tommy Tommy Robinson!” and “He’s Coming Home!”  His release was opposed by openly socialist bigots from far-left group United Against Fascism.

Tommy has released a video thanking his supporters:

There had been fears that Robinson’s outspoken opposition to the Islamisation of Great Britain would make him a target in a prison system containing a disproportionately high number of Muslims, particularly given that another activist, Kevin Crehan, who was jailed for leaving a bacon sandwich outside a Bristol mosque, died in prison in 2016. There had also been fears that this was the whole point.

“The court’s written judgement stated the speed with which the original conviction was made “gave rise to unfairness”, and that there was a “lack of clarity” over evidence for the charge of contempt given to Robinson.”

You don’t say.. Tommy’s arrest had all the hallmarks of a Soviet-style political arrest. The XYZ half expects Tommy to break down in tears in several days as he finally realises that he loves Big Sister, followed by his re-arrest and a show trial in which he openly confesses to all charges.

“Further, the document states the original judge should have resisted “the temptation” to rule on Robinson’s behaviour there and then, as after he had offered to delete the video he created from Facebook the “urgency went out of the matter”. Instead, the judge should have referred the matter to the Attorney General rather than acting immediately….

“Following the hearing, it was claimed by Robinson’s lawyers that the judge who served the first sentence in May was in such haste to pass his judgement, he didn’t even take time to watch the full video created outside the court, which was the basis for the prosecution.”

They didn’t even look at the video.

All references to 1984 aside, Tommy Robinson’s arrest does indeed had every appearance of a Soviet-style political arrest. They literally could not wait to put him behind bars and hide him away from sight in the vain hope that they could make him disappear. Thankfully, some small sense of justice still exists in England as this haste appears to have been a factor in securing a release, for now.

Mind you, his release also appears to be political.  His arrest sparked protests at home and across the globe.

The British elite know they have a revolution on their hands:

  • John Sheppard

    Will have a beer for Tommy tonight! It ain’t over yet, however as you say, good to see justice somewhat prevail. He should be entitled to compensation for unlawful imprisonment given the way the judge tore apart the original sentencing judges process.

    Chances of that happening …. sweet FA.

  • Dan Flynn

    Tommy being put in jail was the best possible outcome for him. Now he’s a ‘hero’ and his online presence and following will continue to flourish for years to come. I dare say he wouldn’t change a thing.

    • entropy

      Also a good outcome for Britain, exposing the unconscionable behavior of the police, the judge, and the government that tried to gag media reporting of this injustice.

      Are you able to look past your dislike of this victim’s ideology and see the bigger picture?

      • Dan Flynn

        The bigger picture I see is probably different to yours 🙂
        Over the past two years I have become much more aware of leftist hypocrisy and virtue signalling and the barriers these create in finding pragmatic solutions to societal problems. Immigration being a big one.
        However I’m no fan of Tommy or his ilk but they have exposed this rampant PC culture that is not providing any solutions.

        Having said that, it still annoys the shit out of me that people think feminism and immigration are our biggest problems. In my mind they pale into relative insignificance when compared to climate change, social inequality and the corporate take over of our society. To me, that’s a pretty big picture.
        Hope you well.

        • entropy

          Doing well and good to see you drop in.

          I’m a civic rather than ethnic nationalist although I don’t deny the strong correlation between race and culture. So I’m not a Robinson supporter per se but I do agree with some of his politics. His case highlighted abuse of power in all three branches of government as well as cancerous media bias.

          I agree with your concerns about corporate power and social (mostly intergenerational) inequality, but you can’t dictate to others what their problems are. Just like I can’t force women to stop being narcissistic and hysterical about their perceived victimhood when these equal human beings are already the recipients of most public, social and cultural welfare.

          We should be working together to solve all of these problems, not bickering about which are the most important.

          • Dan Flynn

            ‘We should be working together to solve all of these problems, not bickering about which are the most important’

            Fair enough.

  • entropy

    Watch how the MSM reports on this story. Their ABC failed to cover the material issues and only printed a picture of a tiny turnout of ‘anti-racism’ campaigners, not the hundreds who showed up to support Tommy.

  • Twitter and Facebook stocks plummet and Tommy is released. What a good week.

    Keep fighting, the war has only just begun.

  • LadyMoonlight

    Wonderful news; however, there are not only Muslims in prison who would be happy to kill Tommy, but, I imagine, many more Muslims out of prison who want the same thing. I really do think that Tommy Robinson’s life will always be in danger and his family will never know peace again. Bet that does not stop him though. He is a hero and, in the future, will be recognised as such.

  • 9x19parabellum

    The globalists freed him because they fear our revolution! Just because he’s free doesn’t mean we won’t give it to them. Gives me great joy knowing a small bit of Justice still exists and these satanic bankers are trembling in fear.

  • 9x19parabellum

    Whoa Tommy Tommeeeee… Tommy Tommy Tommy Robbin-son!

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