Britons Rage Over Robinson Arrest As Mass Protests Break Out Worldwide

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And as for Tommy Robinson, he really isn't a big deal in the UK. He's just another controversial figure with racist and islamophobic views. No one takes him seriously at all, in fact most just troll him because he's a joke.

There's a lot more unity in the UK than the media portrays, only a small fraction of salty white, English working class, unemployed men who think 'the immigrants have taken over', ,(not realising most Asian families have been here since after the 2nd world war, rebuilding the country they call home.) Sympathise with 'Robinson rhetoric'.

The UK is far too cosmopolitan and the British are far too tolerant (probably due to colonist guilt) to let a fart like Tommy Robinson be their moral compass.
 





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And as for Tommy Robinson, he really isn't a big deal in the UK. He's just another controversial figure with racist and islamophobic views. No one takes him seriously at all, in fact most just troll him because he's a joke.

There's a lot more unity in the UK than the media portrays, only a small fraction of salty white, English working class, unemployed men who think 'the immigrants have taken over', ,(not realising most Asian families have been here since after the 2nd world war, rebuilding the country they call home.) Sympathise with 'Robinson rhetoric'.

The UK is far too cosmopolitan and the British are far too tolerant (probably due to colonist guilt) to let a fart like Tommy Robinson be their moral compass.
Enough people took him seriously that he was let out of prison. They had lots of people come to the rally’s held to get him out. If I remember correctly, even Geert Wilders spoke at one of those rally’s on his behalf. Seems like a big deal because they let him out. That’s when we saw how hard prison life had been on him and heard from him how he ate only 5 cans of tuna a week and the government wouldn’t let him spend more on food and the muslims in the prison were terrorizing him there. He’s lucky to have got out of that.
 





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Enough people took him seriously that he was let out of prison. They had lots of people come to the rally’s held to get him out. If I remember correctly, even Geert Wilders spoke at one of those rally’s on his behalf. Seems like a big deal because they let him out. That’s when we saw how hard prison life had been on him and heard from him how he ate only 5 cans of tuna a week and the government wouldn’t let him spend more on food and the muslims in the prison were terrorizing him there. He’s lucky to have got out of that.
I can't think of any reason why he'd have had a hard time in prison with the muslims. I mean he seems like he has an unbreakable bond with them. He's probably fasting as we speak.
 





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MDL (Muslim defence league) Attacking Women & Children at Tommy Robinson MEP rally VoteTommy

I wonder, If Tommy made false promises to Danny Tomo like he did to Tan, will he be more pissed at him as Tan was.
I thought he left Tommy like Tan and Hasan & Lucy did..

Not even gonna comment on video itself. I hope people are smart enough not to be that naive of the trash Danny Tomo talks..
But then again many are actually voting for liars...
Funny how he didn't shout: BRICKS @ 9:45 of the vid.. Or maybe he was shouting: BRICS :D

I like what this guy says about DannyTomo and the other friend of Tommy @ 5:22 of the vid:

This guy is pretty funny =)
 





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typically hypocritical to see you laughing at the violence towards someone while being overly concerned about the safety of ilhan omar.
Don’t try and intimidate old timers on your first day in prison. I actually don’t believe in Prison and the conditions in most of them is sickening but come on it is kind of funny, the dude is 70.
 





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Don’t try and intimidate old timers on your first day in prison. I actually don’t believe in Prison and the conditions in most of them is sickening but come on it is kind of funny, the dude is 70.
I don’t believe anything the media reports about Tommy Robinson..they want him gone too.
 





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Are you under the impression that prison is some sort of country club?
I don’t think my comment reflected that thought at all. What I meant was that of course no charges would be brought to the man that hit Tommy, if it were the other way around, you bet Tommy would be charged.

What government puts a man convicted of a reporting restriction in the prison for hard core criminals anyway? What other reporters have even gone to jail for ‘his crime’. Anyway...I hope and pray he makes it out of there alive and can find asylum somewhere.
 





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I don’t think my comment reflected that thought at all. What I meant was that of course no charges would be brought to the man that hit Tommy, if it were the other way around, you bet Tommy would be charged.

What government puts a man convicted of a reporting restriction in the prison for hare defend criminals anyway? What other reporters have even gone to jail for ‘his crime’. Anyway...I hope and pray he makes it out of there alive and can find asylum somewhere.
No he wouldn’t have been. Fights in prison are handled as administrative disciplinary issues.unless there is some major injury or a weapon involved.

And your complaining about his food? Prisons provide three meals a day. The food sucks but it’s provided. Prisoners have the privilege of access to some supplementary foods but the amount of what kind is up to the specific prisons policies. If five cans of tuna wasn’t enough for him he could eat the regular prison food like everyone else does. He isn’t special nor does he deserve special treatment because he says things Lisa agrees with.

I just can’t believe how much of a hypocrite you come off as sometimes. If this was any one else you’d be like “oh well shouldn’t have committed a crime then” - let me repeat, he committed a crime, was found guilty and sent to prison. We have children being held in concentration camps with no beds or water being abused and you shrug because their PARENTS committed a crime so they apparantly deserve it. Reflect on that Lisa.
 





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No he wouldn’t have been. Fights in prison are handled as administrative disciplinary issues.unless there is some major injury or a weapon involved.

And your complaining about his food? Prisons provide three meals a day. The food sucks but it’s provided. Prisoners have the privilege of access to some supplementary foods but the amount of what kind is up to the specific prisons policies. If five cans of tuna wasn’t enough for him he could eat the regular prison food like everyone else does. He isn’t special nor does he deserve special treatment because he says things Lisa agrees with.

I just can’t believe how much of a hypocrite you come off as sometimes. If this was any one else you’d be like “oh well shouldn’t have committed a crime then” - let me repeat, he committed a crime, was found guilty and sent to prison. We have children being held in concentration camps with no beds or water being abused and you shrug because their PARENTS committed a crime so they apparantly deserve it. Reflect on that Lisa.
We don’t know what really happened in prison..tales about Tommy are always one sided.

He was reduced to 5 cans of tuna a week and a piece of fruit. Not enough for anyone to live on..when he came out of prison he looked really rough. The reason he only ate the tuna, was because he couldn’t eat the food that was prepared by the muslims who taunted him with how was your food today, when he first was there. They hate him, so he thought he would be poisoned. And the prison officials wouldn’t allow him to spend more to get more food, so he was down to 5 cans of tuna and a piece of fruit.

I didn’t say he was special..but he isn’t treated like the others in the prison system. Then the prison they put him in isn’t for his class of “criminal”..I don’t believe he did anything wrong either except piss off the wrong people.

I probably would say that, but I have been following Tommy for awhile now, and I know the whole story on him. He is right btw.

Well, it’s not the same things is it, Jess? Coming into some country illegally doesn’t mean you deserve good treatment, but if you get it that’s nice don’t ya think? Tommy was stitched up, railroaded because he’s uncovered and embarrassed a lot of people and they don’t like that. He’s got enemies in high places.
 





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We don’t know what really happened in prison..tales about Tommy are always one sided.

He was reduced to 5 cans of tuna a week and a piece of fruit. Not enough for anyone to live on..when he came out of prison he looked really rough. The reason he only ate the tuna, was because he couldn’t eat the food that was prepared by the muslims who taunted him with how was your food today, when he first was there. They hate him, so he thought he would be poisoned. And the prison officials wouldn’t allow him to spend more to get more food, so he was down to 5 cans of tuna and a piece of fruit.

I didn’t say he was special..but he isn’t treated like the others in the prison system. Then the prison they put him in isn’t for his class of “criminal”..I don’t believe he did anything wrong either except piss off the wrong people.

I probably would say that, but I have been following Tommy for awhile now, and I know the whole story on him. He is right btw.

Well, it’s not the same things is it, Jess? Coming into some country illegally doesn’t mean you deserve good treatment, but if you get it that’s nice don’t ya think? Tommy was stitched up, railroaded because he’s uncovered and embarrassed a lot of people and they don’t like that. He’s got enemies in high places.
1) I’m sure if he had grievous injuries due to the 70 year old we’d know all about it. Short of that prison fights are typically handled as disciplinary matters, not criminal ones. There are good reasons for that. The lack of criminal charges here doesn’t indicate some sort of injustice.

2. Inmates get their food spit in and tampered with all the time. No ones crying about how they’re treated, least of all you. Every prison has their own policy on how much outside food you are allowed to have in a set time frame. Again this is not indicating some sort of injustice doled out especially to him.

3. How isn’t he treated like the others in the prison system? Do you even know or care how they are treated? It seems to me you sure as hell think he deserves special treatment..

4. And what “class” of criminal is that exactly? Are you out protesting when our own country locks up 16 year old pot smokers with serial killers?

5. Your right it’s not the same thing. They are children incapable of being held criminally liable and this guy is a criminal who knowingly broke the law was found guilty and sentenced to prison.
 





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1) I’m sure if he had grievous injuries due to the 70 year old we’d know all about it. Short of that prison fights are typically handled as disciplinary matters, not criminal ones. There are good reasons for that. The lack of criminal charges here doesn’t indicate some sort of injustice.

2. Inmates get their food spit in and tampered with all the time. No ones crying about how they’re treated, least of all you. Every prison has their own policy on how much outside food you are allowed to have in a set time frame. Again this is not indicating some sort of injustice doled out especially to him.

3. How isn’t he treated like the others in the prison system? Do you even know or care how they are treated? It seems to me you sure as hell think he deserves special treatment..

4. And what “class” of criminal is that exactly? Are you out protesting when our own country locks up 16 year old pot smokers with serial killers?

5. Your right it’s not the same thing. They are children incapable of being held criminally liable and this guy is a criminal who knowingly broke the law was found guilty and sentenced to prison.
1.) I’m just saying..he would get some sort of penalty..but they just probably put him in solitary where he will stay until he’s done serving his sentence..that is the only safe place for him.

2.) If you are only allowed 5 cans of tuna and a piece of fruit a day..then there is a problem and it does seem unjust..he wrote in his book that he had more money he could have spent, but they wouldn’t allow him. Who lets someone live on that when they could have more? 7 days in a week and he can only eat on 5..that is unjust. Well, he was worried about more than just spit in his food.

3.) Not special treatment, the guy doesn’t want to die there for something he didn’t do anyway...and I don’t blame him.

4.) A lower class of criminal because there are different degrees of prisons..they last time they put him in a high security it was full of muslims that just wanted to kill him..

5.) Again..its the parents that put them in that dangerous situation in the first place for emotional blackmail, a lot like the muslims sending their children to throw stones at soldiers. Its not right to use children to get what you want like that.

But, he isn’t a criminal in this, before this mock trial he was acquitted by the highest judge in the land on the same charges and let out of prison because of it...he’s not guilty.
 





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1.) I’m just saying..he would get some sort of penalty..but they just probably put him in solitary where he will stay until he’s done serving his sentence..that is the only safe place for him.

2.) If you are only allowed 5 cans of tuna and a piece of fruit a day..then there is a problem and it does seem unjust..he wrote in his book that he had more money he could have spent, but they wouldn’t allow him. Who lets someone live on that when they could have more? 7 days in a week and he can only eat on 5..that is unjust. Well, he was worried about more than just spit in his food.

3.) Not special treatment, the guy doesn’t want to die there for something he didn’t do anyway...and I don’t blame him.

4.) A lower class of criminal because there are different degrees of prisons..they last time they put him in a high security it was full of muslims that just wanted to kill him..

5.) Again..its the parents that put them in that dangerous situation in the first place for emotional blackmail, a lot like the muslims sending their children to throw stones at soldiers. Its not right to use children to get what you want like that.

But, he isn’t a criminal in this, before this mock trial he was acquitted by the highest judge in the land on the same charges and let out of prison because of it...he’s not guilty.
1) no probably not. Maybe keeplocked to his cell for ten days but that isn’t really a “penalty” and you’d have no way of knowing if something like that did in fact transpire - it isn’t public record.

2) prisons set limits on how much supplementary food you are allowed to have and/or purchase. If you don’t like the rules don’t go to prison. Having more money in your commissary account doesn’t change this rule.

3) yes special treatment if you are asking for anything above and beyond what every other prisoner gets

4) he has a rap sheet a mile long including drug charges and entering the United States illegally using a fake passport. The prison you go to is determined by the entirety of your criminal history not the single incident responsible for your current incarceration.

5) so children should be punished and given conditions way harsher then this man got for crimes they themselves didn’t commit but this CRIMINAL deserves better simply because you agree with him that Muslims are evil?

6. Did you actually read the judges comments? He won ONE appeal and the other was sent back for a new trial. He continuously engaged in behavior after being told explicitly it was against the law and if he did it again he would be incarcerated. And he has a rap sheet a mile long for similar and unrelated crimes. Know when you are being played Lisa.