News from Airstrip One

 

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  1. Cassie of Sydney

    England has fallen.

  2. Bruce of Newcastle

    Great title Steve.

    No other protestor has ever been treated this way. Especially not the green left activists who have caused innocent companies and people horrendous financial harm over the last half century. Some animals are more equal than others.

  3. Mak Siccar

    This whole incident stinks. Talk about suppression of free speech on a trumped-up so-called breech. I’ll be very surprised if his fan club doesn’t organise a very serious mass demonstration.

  4. Up The Workers!

    Sieg Heil, Mein Fuhrer!

    What would Winston Churchill say?

  5. Old School Conservative

    Riccardo Bossi got a great wrap from a caller to Ben Fordham’s show this afternoon. He was speaking at a Sydney demonstration against the Tommy Robinson imprisonment.
    (Interesting that Ben seemed to cut the caller short when she mentioned Riccardo was an AC candidate).

  6. Steve Brimblecombe

    He is a political prisoner. They were patiently waiting for him to make a mistake and then whushka off to jail, you go. I have a son in England and he has heard absolutely nothing about this. USSUK, God save the queen, it’s a fascist regime.

  7. Old School Conservative

    Oops – Bosi.

  8. C.L.

    Have the Australian ‘libertarians’ issued a statement about this?
    What about the Cato Institute?

  9. Anne

    Here’s the offending video stream from Tommy Robinson and my 2 cents from earlier.

    Courageous men like Tommy Robinson are a thorn in the side for the fascist Elites in Britain. Thank the devil there are precious few like him. (None in Australia)

    It seems it’s now illegal in Britain to report on sex crimes against children.
    There also appears to be a Main Stream Media blackout on Tommy Robinson’s arrest as well as the Court Case on which he was reporting.

    So naturally Twitter has gone mad with it.

    Teresa May or whoever calls the shots over there must make sure Tommy doesn’t survive prison this time. They’re trying to make an example of him but it may just cause an insurrection.

    https://youtu.be/TTdJaHWvLbk

  10. pbw

    England has a new Home Secretary. I wonder if he will say anything?

  11. stackja

    How many in Australia are aware of this?

  12. thefrolickingmole

    Apparently the judge was seen laughing as he was taken away.

    Unreliable sources, but when all the “reliable” ones are prevented reporting….

    TOMMY Robinson is being held at HMP Hull according to sources.

    HM Prison Hull is a 1,056 bed Category B men’s prison located in Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire.

    Robinson was arrested yesterday after allegedly ‘breaching the peace’ by reporting live outside the trial of a Muslim grooming gang.

    Tommy, 35 was nicked at Leeds Crown Court by West Yorkshire Police who said he was “breaching the peace.” The Judge was seen laughing at a window as Tommy was arrested.

    The suppression of Tommys arrest appears to be tacked onto a bar on reporting the trial in progress, which seems a questionable abuse of the law.

    The link above has the suppression order on it.

  13. Rockdoctor

    I am concerned about this trend. We are even seeing suppression orders once only ever used sparingly now being used here in Australia to hide public scrutiny by Government & the well connected. Short of National Security at maximum suppression should only apply to names and there needs to be a really good reason IMO. Sequester juries if that is an issue. Even more these days the unaccountable judicial officers on life sinecures need limits and if they have power to censor what the public sees that is a bridge too far IMO.

  14. Up The Workers!

    I thought Pommy Judges looked ridiculous enough in their horse-hair wigs and ermine-lined evening gowns, but it seems they have now taken to wearing Jack-boots and marching the Goose-Step in unison. They’ll all be wearing little button-moustaches, next.

    The archaic notion of “British Justice” is evidently just a fast-receding memory.

    Maybe somebody like Robert Mugabe might be able to lecture this backward, third-world shithole, on how the legal and Judicial systems operate in more respected, less uncivilised places, like his own beloved Zimbabwe?

    Our own George Brandis has only been over there for 5 minutes, and the Poms start behaving like this!
    Boy, we sure jumped the shark there.

  15. Tel

    Tommy Robinson is not, and has never been an “Anti-Immigration Protestor”.

    We don’t need fake news on the cat, than you very much.

  16. Anne

    How many in Australia are aware of this?

    Stack, the Media worldwide is controlled.

    The MSM is not for news. It is Propaganda for the promotion and furtherance of Indoctrination of the masses in accord with the Elite Agenda.

    News is created by the Elites. Wars. Economic disasters. Weather disasters. (Also a good source of untethered children). Terror attacks of every kind.
    All created by them and carefully scripted for our consumption.

    A hero for Freedom like Tommy Robinson is bad for business. It may spur others to fight for Truth and Justice.

  17. Dave of Reedy Creek, Qld

    Now England is basically a Muslim State, I guess we will see this more and more. Should act as a deterrent for the rest of the world, but maybe we just can’t be bothered.

  18. Baldrick

    If only the UK police, judiciary and politicians were as committed to exposing these Islamic rape gangs than locking-up whistle-blowers trying to expose the story to a larger audience.

  19. Tim Neilson

    The suppression of Tommys arrest appears to be tacked onto a bar on reporting the trial in progress, which seems a questionable abuse of the law.

    So was the ban on reporting the trial already in place when Tommy was arrested?

    If so, I’m not quite as aghast at his arrest as I would have been otherwise.

    But I agree that suppressing any reporting of the trial is “a questionable abuse of the law”.

    Hmm, I wonder what it is about the trial that the elites think requires suppressing? Sorry, can’t for the life of me think what it might be.

  20. Percy Popinjay

    It’s off to Room 101 with him (via the nearest casualty ward).

  21. Cassie of Sydney

    “How many in Australia are aware of this”. Rowan and Ross alluded to it yesterday and also implied that there were legal constraints about mentioning it even in the media here. Avi Yemeni has organised a demo in Melbourne. The whole thing is an utter disgrace. Tommy Robinson, whilst not perfect (and who is) has been one of the most forthright and vociferous voices against the Islamic menace. But you see, being a working class lad with an imperfect record, means he is an easy target for the British establishment to put an end to him. Douglas Murray actually says the same things as Tommy however Douglas is at the top end of the social class system and will NEVER be targeted the way Tommy has. As an aside, it took less than 3 hours for him to be arrested, charged, brought before a judge, sentenced to 13 months and a media ban imposed to suppress any information. Hmm pretty quick and efficient. Meanwhile, it has taken decades for Muslim rape gangs to be brought to justice (and let us call these grooming gangs for what they are….Muslim rape gangs and not the craven name of “Asian rape gangs”…which is an insult to all other decent Asians living in the UK who don’t go around preying on young white girls).

    But you know, who cares about working class white girls living in Rotherham, Telford, Oxford and so on? Many of these girls come from dysfunctional families (conveniently caused by the welfare state) and so they simply don’t matter to the upper classes, middle classes, government and academic elites. It is a dystopian nightmare brought upon the UK by elites, appeasers and Muslim filth. And all of this under a so called Conservative government led by that putrid and pathetic Theresa the Appeaser. The likes of Tommy Robinson were only ever valued by the British establishment when they would be used as canon fodder to fight the establishment’s wars. Otherwise, Tommy and his ilk need to mind their manners and know their place. And if they don’t…..watch out. It is more than disgraceful, it is a nightmare.

  22. Tom

    Just as well most of those who fought to save Britain from fascism are dead. The fascist British ruling class, led by a Tory bimbo who believes in nothing, has disowned 800 years of common law since the Magna Carta and disgraced the legacy of Winston Churchill and Margaret Thatcher.

    I see it every day in the torpor of the once-irrepressible Fleet Street cartoonists, who are reduced to sneering at the majority who voted for Brexit. Liberty now lives in America, not its ancestral home east of the Atlantic.

  23. Mak Siccar

    Is there a GoFundMe campaign yet?

  24. duncanm

    btw – this is what real multiculturalism looks like: Sikh’s also standing up for some justice. From zerohedge

    https://www.zerohedge.com/sites/default/files/inline-images/nintchdbpict000322969611_0.jpg?itok=MFMxaANn

  25. Speedbox

    Wow. Does seem like a gross over-reaction. I get that he was subject to a prior order and has breached that order but……wow, 13 months. Really? Extraordinarily rapid justice. And not a word can be reported in Britain!

    I think the British Establishment need to “be careful”. This is the kind of stuff that can blow up in your face when a seemingly small act of defiance by a person with a small(ish) following becomes a ’cause celebre’ for tens of thousands, then hundreds of thousands and potentially millions of people. Governments have fallen for less.

    The British people have been complaining for years about their national identity being diluted and the restrictions on the legality to express their dissatisfation. Some of this can be traced back as far as when Britain joined the EU and the British people objected to being told what to do by bureaucrats from Brussels. But this is a whole new game – and the resentment by native British to the virtually uncontrolled influx of ‘foreigners’ (particularly muslims) could possibly spill into serious revolt.

    I hope some sense prevails but if not, what next to subdue to recalcitrants? Riot Police? British troops on the streets? Be careful – this can easily get out of hand.

  26. nemkat

    Sequester juries if that is an issue. Even more these days the unaccountable judicial officers on life sinecures need limits and if they have power to censor what the public sees that is a bridge too far IMO.

    Have you been asleep the last 41 years, Rockdoctor?
    That’s how long ago the Fraser Government legislated 70 as the retirement age for Judicial Officers.

  27. Garry

    The more left wing the world becomes the more right wing I become. There must be many like me who realise we have been ambushed and the only way to swing things back to the right of centre is to first make the pendulum swing far, far, to the right! Our institutions must be stripped back to bare bones and completely rebuilt from scratch. Anything that goes against the sensible good of the country should be treated as treason!

  28. Rockdoctor

    Nemkat point still stands, go pedal your pendantry elsewhere.

  29. Tom

    Rockdoctor, Dumbkat is just a troll whose only reason for being here is to make an arsehole of himself. Doomlord thinks he is accruing libertarian brownie points by making the place a sewer.

  30. nemkat

    Rockdoctor:
    If a person gives an Undertaking to a Court, and breaks that Undertaking, the Judge will issue a Warrant and the Sheriff will bring the bloke before the Court in a big hurry.
    This bloke doesn’t respect the law, he’s a clown.

  31. nemkat

    … go pedal your pendantry …

    Rockdoctor is a parody account, right?

  32. Dr Fred Lenin

    The Eurocommunist have a lot to answer for ,they are the cause of this muslim invasion ,merkel an unreconstructed East German communis mole ,the commisars in Brussels ,May trying to obey Brussels by watering down Brexit ,the whole western political system corrupted . Can you imagine what Maggie Thatcher would have to say about the present situation ? She would have had the UK out of the EU by now .
    Read where the Scottish government dominated by Eurocommunist calling then]mselves Nationalists ,are determined to increase the population by one million with migrants , a question for the comrades ,where are you going to get the welfare money from if you secede from the UK ? hard working English and Welsh are giving you 20 billion Pounds for welfare ,as well as 5 billion for Nirthern Ireland , the Eurocommunist will welcome two more broke mendicant members I’m sure ,even when they are no longer looting billions from the remainder of the UK ?

  33. Bob in Castlemaine

    We might have expected this under Corbyn, but May? Really who knows where the “old country” headed but it certainly looks sinister.
    Don’t the Winston Smiths of England now need their modern day Winston Churchill!

  34. whirrwhirr

    There is a reporting restriction in place for these trials, which is not an uncommon occurrence when they involve minors. There are two on going trials in which there are an overlap of witnesses. Tommy’s live-stream jeopardized both trials. There are reports that tomorrow the defense are going to put forth a mistrial motion based on his reporting. The Rochdale case was almost lost because of similar reporting. Tommy needs to get himself some better legal advice.

  35. thefrolickingmole

    The Fraser government was the one Between Maggie and Blair wasnt it?

  36. jupes

    Extraordinarily rapid justice.

    Extraordinarily rapid INjustice.

  37. The Rochdale case was almost lost because of similar reporting. Tommy needs to get himself some better legal advice.

    However, if no one ever brings these cases to light, there’s probably a good chance that the outcomes will never be known, with the verdict being that it was just a cultural misunderstanding. Accused let off with a warning.

  38. dopey

    Geoffrey Robertson will be outraged.

  39. Mother Lode

    Why is he styled ‘anti’-immigration.

    Is he against all immigration, or just the illegal kind.

    If that is the case he should be a ‘pro-law’ protestor.

    Something to hire disreputable among left-wing activists.

  40. Anne

    Who knows maybe the world is set for a tectonic shift. At any rate I suspect the Elites are feeling a little irritated or even apprehensive.

    Add Trump confiscating the wealth of treasonous Elites and kicking the Federal Reserve out and what a showdown this could be.

    This tweet from Marine LePen.

    The European Union and the financial markets are again confiscating democracy. What is happening in Italy is a coup d’état, a robbery of the Italian people by illegitimate institutions.

    In the Face of this denial of democracy, the wrath of peoples is growing everywhere in Europe! Mlp

  41. nemkat

    Don’t the Winston Smiths of England now need their modern day Winston Churchill!

    Censorship was total during Churchill’s first stint as P.M.
    Some old granma got 5 years for bagging him to the next door neighbour.
    She wasn’t the only one.
    Oh, and Churchill didn’t bother with Elections, either. There wasn’t one between 1935 and 1945, and he wanted to postpone the 1945 one, too.

  42. Bruce of Newcastle

    Oh, and Churchill didn’t bother with Elections, either. There wasn’t one between 1935 and 1945, and he wanted to postpone the 1945 one, too.

    What happened between 1935 and 1945?
    How mysterious!
    Maybe they should have held it on 15 September 1940, when it was due.
    I’m sure the German Army would have been willing to help with the ballot boxes.

  43. nemkat

    Mother Lode
    #2722333
    Why is he styled ‘anti’-immigration.

    He’s a bought shill whose just there to muddy the waters.
    Sort of like when there’s a genuine Environmental Issue in Australia, then a rent a mob of ferals turn up at the site, and the concerned locals go home in disgust.
    It’s the same deal with Tommy Robinson. Supported by useful idiots.
    Anyone with a brain wouldn’t go within a million miles of him.

  44. Tom

    Fuck off, troll. What a pathetic piece of human garbage.

  45. Tailgunner

    The War gets closer.

  46. Tailgunner

    Good stuff, 2Dogs.

  47. nemkat

    We had Federal Elections in 1940 and 1943, Bruce. There was a War on here too, you know.
    Criticism of Churchill, even in private, drew 5 years Imprisonment.
    Can you tell me how that helped stop the Germans?

  48. Old School Conservative

    Oh, and Churchill didn’t bother with Elections, either. There wasn’t one between 1935 and 1945

    So that was 10 years of totalitarian dictatorship then?
    A decade of evil Churchill abolishing free peoples’ will?

    Just in case your terminal stupidity can be arrested, here’s something from that bastion of left wing correctness to help you. (wikipedia)
    The election due by 1940 was not held due to the Second World War (1939–1945)

  49. Bruce of Newcastle

    We had Federal Elections in 1940 and 1943, Bruce

    Yes, we did. Unfortunately.

    Curtin: A War Leader Out of his Depth (23 Apr)

    RTWT and imagine what would have happened to the treasonous union heavies if Churchill had been our PM. Pity he wasn’t.

  50. nemkat

    RTWT and imagine what would have happened to the treasonous union heavies if Churchill had been our PM. Pity he wasn’t.

    Firemen and Bobbies were cutting the rings off dead peoples fingers in the aftermath of air raids.
    Churchill did nothing about that, so he wouldn’t have been standing up to Jim Healy over here.

  51. Rockdoctor

    For Nemkat, ok point taken in a pure context in a Fed sense:

    There are age limits set out in the Constitution or in legislation setting compulsory retirement ages for judges. For example, the Commonwealth Constitution provides that the appointment of a judge of the High Court expires when the judge reaches the age of 70 (section 72); the same limit applies for judges of other federal courts. Most states have followed suit except for NSW and Tasmania, where the age of retirement for judges is 72. Magistrates retire in some jurisdictions at 65, but in Victoria it is 70, and in NSW and Tasmania it is 72. Most states have provision for acting judges, and in NSW the age limit for this role is 75.

    http://legalanswers.sl.nsw.gov.au/hot-topics-courts-and-tribunals/judges

    Will leave it at; on your second point, yeah I am no big fan of the bloke either seems a bit shady but wears his heart on his sleeve, I respect that even with political positions I disagree with. What got my indignation and (I apologise for being uncharacteristically impolite) was the photo of the Judge smiling at his arrest. If the Judiciary is retain any respect then displays like this are unbecoming and the state in Europe using blunt instruments of the state to censor opinions they consider unacceptable while at the same time allowing others to spout what even a normal person would consider unacceptable unmolested because of ethnic background.

  52. Crossie

    Teresa May or whoever calls the shots over there must make sure Tommy doesn’t survive prison this time. They’re trying to make an example of him but it may just cause an insurrection.

    I seem to remember Tommy Robinson say in an interview that when Theresa May was the Home
    Secretary she had a personal animosity to him and tried to get him killed in prison.

  53. nemkat

    So that was 10 years of totalitarian dictatorship then?
    A decade of evil Churchill abolishing free peoples’ will?

    There was a Grand Coalition, Churchill wanted to extend it til after the Japs were defeated but Labour said ”No”.
    The 1945 G.E. was the largest defeat the Tories ever suffered, they lost c. 200 Seats.
    That’s what the British public thought of Churchill.

  54. nemkat

    A decade of evil Churchill abolishing free peoples’ will?

    5 years of him was enough for the British. He got to be P.M. by whiteanting and backstabbing his Tory predecessors.
    The first time he stood at the despatch box in the House of Commons as P.M., his Backbench booed him, and he was called a gangster.

  55. Speedbox;

    Wow. Does seem like a gross over-reaction. I get that he was subject to a prior order and has breached that order but……wow, 13 months. Really? Extraordinarily rapid justice. And not a word can be reported in Britain!

    Have a look at the Court order. I think it specifically relates to a court case that TR was involved in. This time it is in a different case. The shutup order does’t cover the one he was arrested for.
    The arrogant bastards of the Establishment have stuck their fingers in a meat grinder and aren’t even aware of it. They have to back their Magistrates decision or appear weak. This is a disaster for the government, the Courts, and the police. It will fester.

  56. Pete of Perth

    So why was he re-elected in 1951?

  57. Bruce of Newcastle

    The 1945 G.E. was the largest defeat the Tories ever suffered, they lost c. 200 Seats.

    If Labour had more leaders like Attlee and fewer like Corbyn they wouldn’t suck quite so much.
    Still didn’t help when Attlee tried a swifty in 1951.
    Knocked off by some guy called Churchill.
    I thought you said Pom voters didn’t like him?

  58. Gary

    Oh, and Churchill didn’t bother with Elections, either. There wasn’t one between 1935 and 1945–nemkat

    Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1951 to 1955

  59. Garry;

    The more left wing the world becomes the more right wing I become. There must be many like me who realise we have been ambushed and the only way to swing things back to the right of centre is to first make the pendulum swing far, far, to the right!

    Yep. My patience snapped a year ago. My family says my Cranky Old Fart gene has kicked in. The COF gene suppresses the tolerance gene, and doubles the output of the spleen.

  60. rickw

    The War gets closer.

    Indeed.

  61. Anne

    2dogs
    #2722344, posted on May 28, 2018 at 6:20 pm
    Details of Australian protests.

    2dogs, has that rally been and gone or is it scheduled for tomorrow?

  62. Anonandon

    Not a peep on local media. Very weird.
    B

  63. nemkat

    Pete of Perth
    #2722375
    So why was he re-elected in 1951?

    He wasn’t reelected in 1951 at all.
    What happened was that Labour were reelected in 1950, but with a tiny majority.
    Atlee went to the Polls again in 1951, trying to get a workable majority, and narrowly lost.
    So, to summarise: Churchill was P.M. from 1940 to 1945, and from 1951 to 1955. He faced the people as Tory Leader on 3 occasions, was slaughtered in 1945, lost narrowly in 1950, and won narrowly in 1951.
    Hardly a resounding record.

  64. Anne;

    Who knows maybe the world is set for a tectonic shift. At any rate I suspect the Elites are feeling a little irritated or even apprehensive.

    Methinks you are right.
    If the elites had any sense of history at all, they’d put in a puppet and let the British exit, they’d stop the Muslim immigration, and become a more populist in appearance.
    But they cannot do this because it involves a loss of face and a loss of wealth.
    They are a drowning man in an overcoat with the pockets full of gold bullion who refuses to
    take it off because of the loss of the gold.
    Oh! The Dilemma!
    😅

  65. The Left have given the orders to the trolls.
    Look at the depth of the trolling here tonight, the distraction squirrel shit will be piled a meter high by 8pm and then Monty will come on shift.
    Notice how the thread is shifting toward numbnuts “Çhurchill was Hitler!”
    A cunning plan, numbnuts.

  66. nemkat

    You’d be one of the biggest sneering Lefties on this site, Winston, and that’s including Memory Vault, Oh Come On, and DrBeauGan.

  67. There is nothing stupider than a bunch of Cats who go running after nemkats distraction squirrels.
    The trolls do it time after time, and the same stupid bastards fall for it time after time.
    If the catallaxy regulars are any indication of the quality of the resistance, we are fucked.

  68. pbw

    nemkat,

    Give it a rest. That’s what the British public thought about his policy of continued austerity. Different thing altogether. You poor soul. A libertarian? Or just a contrarian? Listen to the speeches. Have a look at the footage of his funeral.

    Btw, what are your sources for “cutting the rings off.”

  69. Roger

    This is a disaster for the government, the Courts, and the police. It will fester.

    I think you are correct, Winston.

    It’s a bridge too far.

    The UK parliament is presently in Whitsun recess, due to sit again c. 4 June.

    Watch this space.

  70. nemkat

    Cassie of Sydney
    #2722276:
    Meanwhile, it has taken decades for Muslim rape gangs to be brought to justice (and let us call these grooming gangs for what they are….Muslim rape gangs and not the craven name of “Asian rape gangs”…which is an insult to all other decent Asians living in the UK who don’t go around preying on young white girls).

    There were Sikhs and Indians in it as well, Cassie.
    As i’ve said before, the victims were Wards of the State living in State run Care Homes, sent there by a Children’s Court.
    They weren’t the innocent girl next door, accosted by ruffians on her way to pick daffodils.
    All Tommy Robinson is doing is muddying the waters, and leading well meaning people up the garden path.
    Maybe that’s the plan.

  71. Confused Old Misfit

    Re: WSC as PM, 2 out of 3 ain’t bad. And there hasn’t been a better man since!

  72. Gary

    Girls as young as 11-years old suffered rape by multiple attackers, trafficking across the North East, abductions, beatings and intimidation. The reports found that councillors and police officers were aware of the abuse, but chose to “disbelieve, suppress or ignore” it.

  73. Rockdoctor

    Yeah Winston I know, after my last comment I came across some more info in the public domain that meant I should have left it at my abrupt comment. However I am prepared to accept I am not fully informed sometimes was just trying to acknowledge that I suppose.

  74. Anne

    If the elites had any sense of history at all, they’d put in a puppet and let the British exit, they’d stop the Muslim immigration, and become a more populist in appearance.

    They’re all puppets! Every political Leader in the West, with a few exceptions like Trump, Wilders and Orbán, are puppets of the Cabal. Theresa May is a drooling slave for them.

    But they cannot do this because it involves a loss of face and a loss of wealth.

    Are you joking, Winston?

    They can’t do it because the ensuing attrition of European Nations will mean their glorious One World Government will unravel.

    Loss of face??? Wealth? Seriously? They have all the money in the world already.

    The stakes are so much higher. They haven’t been this close to total world domination since Nimrod.

  75. Gary

    L had more interesting information to offer. While Robinson is being punished for drawing attention to Muslim rape gangs, the Sikh Awareness Society, which has also reported on these “grooming” trials, is left alone. “They are a godsend,” said L, “because they pull no punches yet don’t seem to get the intimidation that people like Tommy get.”

  76. nemkat

    pbw
    #2722409

    Btw, what are your sources for “cutting the rings off.”
    Ballard Berkeley, the Major in Fawlty Towers, was a Special Constable during the Blitz.
    This is what he saw:

    http://www.theweek.co.uk/politics/3149/nation-looters-it-even-happened-blitz

  77. Cassie of Sydney

    “As i’ve said before, the victims were Wards of the State living in State run Care Homes, sent there by a Children’s Court”. Bulldust. Some girls were and some were not. And even if they were all “wards of the state”….so what! So that is your justification? Nemkat (or is it Dumbkat) thinks that it is okay for wards of the state to be groomed, raped and trafficked but not your innocent middle class girl next door. You need to go get a life. And by the way Dumbkat, some of the victims of the Muslim rape gangs have been Sikh girls, deliberately targeted. What have you got to say about that? Why don’t you go and write your pious and sanctimonious drivel elsewhere. In other words, get lost.

  78. Ron jenkins

    Nemcat …”the victims were wards of state living in state run care homes”.So you know this for a fact do you ? Literally hundreds of young girls and you know that they were all wards of state?
    No what you really are is a lieing twat.

  79. Cassie of Sydney

    “Girls as young as 11-years old suffered rape by multiple attackers, trafficking across the North East, abductions, beatings and intimidation”. Yes and Dumbkat seems to think that is okay because, you know, they weren’t the “innocent girls next door”.

  80. Rockdoctor;
    It’s OK – this is an unfolding situation and events will overtake us on occasion.
    My anger is being aimed at the willfully blind, the out and out liars, and the trolls who have stopped shaving or grown beards because they are too ashamed to shave anymore.
    That occasional look in the mirror between strokes, and having to realise their personal dishonesty must be a real killer.
    (And yes that’s another straight line for those brave enough to touch it.) 🙂

  81. nemkat

    Nemkat (or is it Dumbkat) thinks that it is okay for wards of the state to be groomed, raped and trafficked but not your innocent middle class girl next door.

    Well, i certainly don’t like the idea of the nice girl next door being raped, and if that had actually been the case in Rotherham and elsewhere, Judge Lynch might’ve had a field day.

    But it wasn’t the case, Cassie.
    The real story was a sordid tale of exploitation of girls in State run Care Homes.
    If you can’t admit that, then i say you’re not an honest broker.

  82. Anne;

    Loss of face??? Wealth? Seriously? They have all the money in the world already.

    That’s my point, Anne.
    If you have all the wealth in the world, you can still lose your life. Revolutions are like that.

  83. Cassie of Sydney

    You’re not the honest broker here. You are disgusting,

  84. nemkat

    “Girls as young as 11-years old suffered rape by multiple attackers, trafficking across the North East, abductions, beatings and intimidation”. Yes and Dumbkat seems to think that is okay because, you know, they weren’t the “innocent girls next door”.

    You’re verballing me there, Cassie of Sydney, but at least you’re starting to acknowledge the reality of the situation over there.
    Baby steps.

  85. duncanm

    Nemkat – you are a filthy disgusting arse.

  86. pbw

    nemkat,

    Firemen and Bobbies were cutting the rings off dead peoples fingers in the aftermath of air raids. Churchill did nothing about that, so he wouldn’t have been standing up to Jim Healy over here.

    And the source is… The Week! Except that it isn’t. Nemcat, you are shameless. A troll to your heart and soul.

  87. C.L.

    Robinson was renditioned.
    Let’s be clear about that.

  88. Anne

    Good opinion from Godfrey Bloom (ex MEP) on the Tommy Robinson travesty.

    https://youtu.be/aMDOKwozTPY 3 mins

  89. nemkat

    Rubbish.
    He intentionally broke the law, after promising not to.
    I am sorry for the poor bastards he’s led up the garden path, but no one even knows the bloke’s correct name.
    He’s a total fraud.

  90. Cassie of Sydney

    I know his real name…Dumbkat. You’re the fraud. Now get lost rape apologist.

  91. Confused Old Misfit

    Our resident abuse tolerant troll would have been quite at home there.

  92. Jannie

    This is just too much to accept from the primary home source of our fragile freedoms. Angry and sad. Anybody know if there is a demonstration planned in Perth?

  93. Jannie

    BTW ignore the trolls. Its like feeding seagulls at a fish and chip restaurant.

  94. nemkat

    Someone unhappy about The Week as a source.
    Is The Guardian good enough for you?
    …an appalling account of the direct hit on the Cafe de Paris, whose underground ballroom was thought to be safe, recorded by the late Ballard Berkeley, the actor later to become famous as the major in Fawlty Towers.

    Berkeley, a special constable, arrived to find a scene from hell, the bandleader Snakehips Johnson decapitated, and elegantly dressed people still sitting at tables without a mark on them, but stone dead. What shocked him more was the ransacking of the corpses: looters mingled with the fire crews and police, and cut the fingers from the dead to get at their rings.

    https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2006/oct/05/secondworldwar.world

  95. Cassie of Sydney

    You’re right Jannie, it’s just that you don’t often get rape apologists here.

  96. nemkat

    Here’s what you said at 7.47 pm, Cassie:
    Nemkat (or is it Dumbkat) thinks that it is okay for wards of the state to be groomed, raped and trafficked but not your innocent middle class girl next door.

    As i said earlier, no i don’t think it’s a good idea for your innocent middle class girl next doorto get raped, why the hell would I?
    You’ve verballed me in the first part of your comment, and added some baiting re Class, so it appears to me you’re up for a fight, as well as being a Troll, and the issue of Wards of the State being abused in State run Care Homes doesn’t interest you particularly.

  97. Jannie

    Just hang in Cassie….;-)

  98. 2dogs

    Looking at the judgement, it seems Tommy Robinson’s offence lied in trying to photograph/film the defendants as they entered/left the courthouse.

    So, for example, an article like this would also be criminal.

  99. Anne

    This guy Avi Yemeni is fantastic! God bless him.

    I wish I’d known about this protest in Melbourne, I’d have been there.

    https://youtu.be/5yj7kCHSqG0 5mins

    And thank you, Steve Kates, for having the courage to put up this post.

  100. C.L.

    I am sorry for the poor bastards he’s led up the garden path, but no one even knows the bloke’s correct name.
    He’s a total fraud.

    But enough about Barack Obama.

  101. Bruce in WA

    Firemen and Bobbies were cutting the rings off dead peoples fingers in the aftermath of air raids.

    Then …

    looters mingled with the fire crews and police, and cut the fingers from the dead to get at their rings

    So NOT the firemen and bobbies, then. Looters, arseholes for whom the penalty if caught was to be shot on the spot.

    BTW, Nematode, exactly what part of “fuck off” don’t you understand?

  102. Helen

    He has such a delightful chuckle. I pray we will hear it again.

  103. Here’s the video of my bit at the Tommy Robinson rally

  104. OneWorldGovernment

    Well done Riccardo.

    I like the beret. Nice touch.

  105. jupes

    Here’s the video of my bit at the Tommy Robinson rally

    Good stuff Riccardo.

    What a state we have arrived at. Imagine telling British soldiers returning home from WW2 that in 73 years time, a bloke would be arrested and immediately jailed for reporting on Muslims who were being (belatedly and reluctantly) tried for raping English girls in England.

    They would think you are mad.

  106. hzhousewife

    Thank you Riccardo for standing up. Nice to see a bit of ethnic sprinkle among the crowds in London, and comments from all kinds of people protesting the ludicrous description that all his supporters are alt-right (whatever that is).

  107. Confused Old Misfit

    Well done Mr. Bosi!

  108. Talleyrand

    Franz Liebekind:

    That is because that you were taken in by that verdammte Allied propaganda! Such filthy lies! They told lies! But nobody ever said a bad word about Winston Churchill, did they? No! ‘Win with Winnie!’ Churchill! With his cigars. With his brandy. And his rotten painting, rotten! Hitler – there was a painter! He could paint an entire apartment in one afternoon! Two Coats! Churchill. He couldn’t even say ‘Nazi’. He would say ‘Noooo-zeeehz, Nooooooooooooo-zeeehz!’ It wasn’t Noses! It was Nazis! Churchill!…Let me tell you this! And you’re hearing this straight from the horse. Hitler was better looking than Churchill. He was a better dresser than Churchill. He had more hair! He told funnier jokes! And he could dance the pants off of Churchill!…Churchill

    – Mel Books- The Producers

    Fuck off Nemkat, you’re not even an effective troll, just another wet fart stain on a once noble blog

  109. Alan

    If you think UK is bad now… See Proposed: Six Years in Prison for Posting on Social Media
    These new sentencing laws could be enacted by Christmas …
    UK consultation on updated sentencing guidelines for Public Order offences:
    Sentencing Council 2018 – Public Order offences: Consultation [pdf] see pp.49-52.
    Try to find the legal definition for ‘hate speech’ type offences.
    What you will find is broad interpretation of everything they wish to shut down [p.50].

  110. Steve trickler

    Excellent. I’ve never seen this vision.



  111. Armadillo

    Let’s just face facts. England as a country is gone #endglandsurrenders

  112. OneWorldGovernment

    So when will UNAustralia sever ties with England?

    I would expect UNAustralian politicians to send ‘peace keeping’ police forces to help crack down on TR protesters.

  113. John Comnenus

    I wrote a little while ago about the warning Cardinal von Galen gave Germans in his sermons about the evils of fascist Nazi dictatorship and the evil laws that underpin them. Von Galen warned his parishioners via his sermons which were read throughout southern Germany by his priests, many of whom lost their lives in doing so. In essence he warned that when the state is allowed to kill the most vulnerable and helpless who can’t defend themselves then who knows who will be next. We recently saw a case in the UK where a judge insisted that an ill child not only be denied medical care, which is horrible but understandable. But rather than merely denying care and leaving the child to the care of its parents, the Judge decided that child be imprisoned in a hospital against his parents wishes, be denied alternate care arrangements, be denied the ability to go home and in the end be denied food until he died. Even the family’s Catholic Priest was kicked out of the hospital removing from the family the smallest amount of solace in this horrific ordeal of imprisonment and murder by judicial order.

    I asked, rhetorically, where is the Archbishop of Canterbury or any opponent of this fascism?

    Well von Galen was right then and he is right now. If you won’t defend the most vulnerable, who is next?
    Just like fascist Germany or Communist Russia it is people with the wrong political views.

    Britain is a fascist regime that now locks up its political prisoners for having the temerity to expose the excesses of the State That exposed young ethnic British girls to organised, industrial scale, Islamic rape gangs of members mainly from Pakistani and Sub Continental heritage.

    Let’s not pretend Robinson’s fate, like the ill babies fate, is the reasonable application of the law by an independent judiciary dispassionately dispensing justice. We would do well to remember that every ‘European’ form of oppression has been routinely implemented through a judiciary and a police force. Whether it be the Committee for Public Safety in revolutionary France, or the People’s Court in the Soviet Union or the Reich’s Courts in Nazi Germany. At the end of World War Two, Nazi Chief Justice Otto Georg Thierack was to be tried for war crimes before cheating justice by committing suicide. Eventually even Robespierre, the ‘incorruptible’, was sentenced to death for his judicial excesses.

    When Hannah Arendt coined the term ‘the banality of evil’ she was referring to the unexceptional stupidity of people’s decision making. But in every case the stupidity was made unexceptional by the moral cover given to the evil action by the judiciary. Eichmann, about whom Arendt coined the phrase, could not have been evil if Thierack’s judiciary hadn’t already implemented the evil Eichmann so banally and efficiently implemented. And when the judiciary sanction such evil, they threaten everyone in society with the full coercive power they wield. Just look at the media coverage of Robinson’s arrest if you want an example of just how powerful the threat of that coercive power is.

    Evil is always made banal by judges who publicly justify oppression as the routine dispensation of justice.
    These recent decisions by British Courts are the very embodiment of the banality of evil.

  114. Louis Hissink

    Given the City remains the biggest source of capital and money on the planet, and that the middle east oil producers have parked their billions “some where”, and bearing in mind TE Lawrence, “The Game”, and that he who has the gold makes the rules, just whom do we think controls The City?

    Pooh Bear and Christopher Robin?

  115. A Lurker

    Two noteworthy links.

    “The Sikh Awareness Society (set up to protect Sikh girls from rape gangs) were told to leave the Leeds Crown Court viewers gallery today by the judge because the people in the dock on trial for gang rape didn’t want them there.” (The perp felt intimidated by the presence of the Sikhs.)

    and

    “Two local councillors, one of whom is still serving, and a police officer have been accused of having sex with victims involved in the Rotherham child abuse scandal.”

  116. Dr Fred Lenin

    The men returning from ww2 would have kicked these musso rapists to death had this happened in the 1950s and the cops would have looked the other way. Insidious socialism. It’s like cancer and more dangerous ,cancer affects some unfortunates. Socialism infects and destroys .everyone and everything worth having .

  117. Helen

    Asking for help to lift the gag – Rebel Media is a registered corporation in the UK so has klegal standing to make the application.

    Why is it a little guy who has to do this. Why isnt one of the big media outlets doing this?

    You can help here.

  118. Percy Popinjay

    John Comnenus at 6:15

    Fantastic post.

  119. Dr Fred Lenin

    Ejecting the Sikhs from court “because the accused felt intimidated , “ what a piss weak excuse for a judge this muppet is . So now you can bar anyone who makes the accused feel guilty or afraid ? Mind you the Sikhs would be the ones to administer punishment to the guilty , don’t think the global communists would like that, ,too much like poetic justice . The system needs to find a Judge Jeffries to handle the groomers .
    We of course have groomers here officially sanctioned ,what’s the “safe schools”crap about if it’s not open to groomers ? Have the still got the Newgate gallows under the Old Bailey? could come in handy.

  120. lotocoti

    It’s been fuck ups all around.
    TR for straying into territory which would breach his parole.
    Plod for their dodgy Breach of the Peace arrest.
    Marson J for rumoured procedural shenanigans and the blanket ban on reporting which only fuels those rumours.
    Police outside totalitarian regimes depend upon public goodwill to operate effectively and those plod outside Leeds Court have put a serious dent in that goodwill.
    And Marson J, by crushing some oik for Contempt of Court, has probably discovered there is also now a Contempt for Court which will have consequences that far outlast any current hearing.

  121. nemkat

    #2722603Bruce in WA

    Firemen and Bobbies were cutting the rings off dead peoples fingers in the aftermath of air raids.

    Then …

    looters mingled with the fire crews and police, and cut the fingers from the dead to get at their rings

    So NOT the firemen and bobbies, then. Looters, arseholes for whom the penalty if caught was to be shot on the spot.
    Bruce in W.A.:
    Ballard Berkeley spoke about what he had seen as a Special Constable, i’ve seen it on video. The Guardian has cleaned it up a bit, saying the looters mingled, rather than what Berkely said, which was that the firemen and bobbies were cutting the fingers off the dead to recover the rings. Plenty of other examples of looting after air raids.
    I’ve given you two.

  122. nemkat

    Change.org collecting signatures for good ole Tommy.
    Change.org is a Soros front organisation, an NGO i think, so anyone with even a few functioning brain cells should be able to work out what the Tommy Robinson hoax is all about.

  123. Cassie of Sydney

    I see the rape apologist is up early. Obviously too many dreams about “innocent girls next door”.

  124. Bushkid

    As i’ve said before, the victims were Wards of the State living in State run Care Homes, sent there by a Children’s Court.
    They weren’t the innocent girl next door, accosted by ruffians on her way to pick daffodils.

    nemkat, if this reflects your genuine belief and feelings, then you are a disgusting piece of excrement!

    The background of these kids in no way makes it excusable for them to have been targeted, brutalised, raped and debased in this way!
    They have been further victimised and caused irreparable harm by these brutal, self-entitled-by-way-of-their “faith” and “culture” barbarians.
    That you can find even the least excuse for these grubs, or that you can in even the slightest way blame or dismiss the suffering of these girls – some as young as 11 year old FFS – places you on the same level as the vile perpetrators of the long-running, organised and premeditated criminal acts.
    That the girls were victimised while being in the so-called care of State-run “care homes” is criminal in itself. Why don’t you condemn the vile arseholes running these “homes” instead of further debasing the girls? They’re every bit as culpable as the rapist grubs themselves.

    I repeat nemkat, if your statement quoted above reflects your genuine opinion, belief and/or feelings, then you are an indecent, disgusting piece of excrement.

    Don’t bother trying to defend yourself, no defence to your vile statement as you have posted it is possible.

  125. nemkat

    You seem to have big issues around “innocent girls next door”, Cassie of Sydney.

    Are you trying to say that girls who have got themselves in trouble with the law, and found themselves in Care Homes under Court Orders, are just as virtuous, if not more so, than girls the same age who used their brains and didn’t get into strife?

    Because the British public isn’t buying your Cultural Marxism.

  126. A Lurker

    Are you trying to say that girls who have got themselves in trouble with the law, and found themselves in Care Homes under Court Orders, are just as virtuous, if not more so, than girls the same age who used their brains and didn’t get into strife?

    Irrespective of their backgrounds and what they may or may not have done in the past – those girls were still children. They were still minors. They still needed protection from predators. In fact, it could be argued that those girls should have been afforded an even greater degree of protection given the absence of a caring family/parents; not thrown on the rubbish tip and thus easy prey for packs of two-legged wolves.

  127. struth

    Nemkat.
    You continue to not only embarrass yourself but show the true evil in the heart of the left.
    For the sake of those indecisive lurkers who read but never comment, please continue..

  128. areff

    Asking for help to lift the gag – Rebel Media is a registered corporation in the UK so has klegal standing to make the application.

    Why is it a little guy who has to do this. Why isnt one of the big media outlets doing this?

    Spot on, Helen!

  129. areff

    A friend who was unable to have kids of own fosters kids. Some some eleven-year-old taken into care because her parents are junkies or drunks is low-hanging fruit for organised rapists?

    You’re a pus-filled human boil, nemkat.

  130. Anne

    📢 Attention Cat people. 📢

    Suggestions please.

    I’m going to have some bumper stickers made up to give away.

    #FreeTommy

    #BritainSurrenders

    ?

  131. mh

    Steve Price took a call on his radio show last night, then quickly shut him down because the caller wanted to talk about the arrest of Tommy Robinson. Steve Price’s excuse? He needs to get more facts because it is a complex issue.

    Steve Price = piss weak

    Here is someone at 2gb who does have the swingers:

  132. Helen
    #2722849, posted on May 29, 2018 at 7:24 am

    Asking for help to lift the gag – Rebel Media is a registered corporation in the UK so has klegal standing to make the application.

    Why is it a little guy who has to do this. Why isnt one of the big media outlets doing this?

    TR works for Rebel Media, a Canadian company itself under constant attack by the establishment.
    TR has been a target of “The Authorities” since his National Defense League days (was a founder I believe).
    His anti Islam and anti muslim immigration activism has been upsetting the apple cart, so the establishment is dealing with him in the best way they know how…..fascism.

  133. hzhousewife

    Why is it a little guy who has to do this. Why isn’t one of the big media outlets doing this?

    This is, in fact, quite a test for the various media organisations. Who will report, who will not?

  134. nemkat

    A Lurker
    #2722943

    says: Irrespective of their backgrounds and what they may or may not have done in the past – …

    That’s the critical point here, one that ‘’Tommy Robinson’’ never talks about. Robinson’s issue is ‘’’Radical’’ Muslims, which sounds to me like code for State Direction and Control of Islam.
    Now, some may think this a super idea.
    Anti- Discrimination Legislation means that State D & C must be applied to all Religion, a development our ‘’Public Intellectuals have studiously avoided.

    Here’s the real issue: Wards of the State in Care homes have been systematically abused.
    How long has this been happening? Tommy isn’t saying.
    How did these people get access to secure Care Homes? Tommy isn’t saying.
    Was the Labour Party the Municipal Authority in charge of these Care Homes? Of course, but you won’t hear a peep about that from Saint Tommy the Shifty.

    So there it is: State Wards abused, the Labour Party up to it’s neck in it [as usual], the Labour Party’s latest Pets Du Jour, South Asians, feasting at the trough, but Tommy Robinson is concerned about who is, or isn’t, a ‘’Moderate Muslim?

    Pull the other one, it plays Jingle Bells.

  135. mh

    Geert Wilders statement in solidarity with Tommy Robinson in front of British Embassy in The Hague

  136. duncanm

    Here is a very good talk by the Times’ lead reporter on his investigations into the whole UK child grooming catastrophe.

    Worth watching the whole thing.

  137. nemkat
    #2723029, posted on May 29, 2018 at 11:59 am
    ….Here’s the real issue: Wards of the State in Care homes have been systematically abused.
    How long has this been happening? Tommy isn’t saying.
    How did these people get access to secure Care Homes? Tommy isn’t saying.
    Was the Labour Party the Municipal Authority in charge of these Care Homes? Of course, but you won’t hear a peep about that from Saint Tommy the Shifty.

    No you utter, utter fvckwit moron. THE REAL ISSUES ARE THE MEDIEVAL ANIMALS AT THE END OF THE DOZENS OF TINY BROWN COCKS THAT VIOLATED CHILDREN.

    It’s irrelevant how they got access. Not all girls were wards of state. Some complained via their moms to police who told the girls to fvck off.
    Authorities admitted not sayig anything about it all for fear of being labelled islamaphobes.

    Some girls were lured by young men (into kebab shops for fvcks sake), drugged and gang r**ed. One girl who complained had her home burnt down and her mom threatened with r**e and murder.

    Tommy Robinson is just one man, a private citizen at that, who has tried his best to do something about it all. He has no way of knowing every detail. The fvcking cops and councilors should have known, and they did in many instances, yet did nothing about it.
    If they had of done one tenth of what Tommy Robinson has been trying to do, some girls may have been saved and animals removed from society.

    Go fvck yourself you low life enabler.

  138. mizaris

    Baa Humbug
    #2723129, posted on May 29, 2018 at 2:13 pm

    +111111111

  139. Cassie of Sydney

    Baa Humbug
    #2723129, posted on May 29, 2018 at 2:13 pm

    You are a star.

  140. nemkat

    Tommy Robinson is just one man, a private citizen at that, who has tried his best to do something about it all.

    No, he’s a person who has established a number of political fronts over many years with the claimed aim of promoting ”Moderate” Islam.
    He’s now exploiting the ongoing scandal of abuse of children in Care Homes. The scandal has been covered up by both major Political Parties, so it must go to the heart of Government.
    Now that Trials have finally got up and running, he’s trying to cause Mistrials by performing stunts outside Courthouses.
    You’ve got to ask: ”Who is this bloke really working for?”

  141. nemkat

    Baa Humbug
    #2723129
    It’s irrelevant how they got access.

    You’re saying it’s irrelevant how criminals got access to secure Care Homes housing Wards of the State?
    Seriously?

  142. OldOzzie

    Britain moves from Orwell to Kafka, imprisoning Tommy Robinson and gagging media reports

    Is Britain lost to the ranks of free nations? The land that bequeathed the world the Magna Carta and the “mother of parliaments” is indulging in totalitarianism with its handling of Tommy Robinson, a famous political activist agitating about the threat of radical Islam and attempting to report on the trial of a Muslim “grooming gang” that allegedly preyed on young English girls, forcing them into prostitution. I wrote about the fragmentary reports of his arrest in Leeds two days ago for the alleged crimes of “breach of the peace and incitement.”

    British writer George Orwell warned of the dangers of totalitarian thought control via the corruption of language and pervasive electronic spying in his novel 1984. Calling the act of reporting on a trial “breach of the peace and incitement” is as Orwellian as “War Is Peace,” “Freedom Is Slavery,” and “Ignorance Is Strength,” Orwell’s most famous examples of totalitarian brainwashing.

    The British authorities (I’m looking at you, P.M. Theresa May) have now managed to import a policy from Czech writer Franz Kafka, famous for exposing the corruption totalitarians impose on those under their thumbs. In his book The Trial, the defendant is not allowed to know the charges against him. The Brits now have imposed a gag order on any reporting of the fate of Robinson, including his trial and prison sentence. Bruce Bawer of the Gatestone Institute captures the essence of Kafka-logic implicit in the gag order in his title, “UK: You’re Not Allowed to Talk about It. About What? Don’t Ask.” I recommend that you read his entire post to understand the fear of offending Muslims that has the government of the U.K. descending into a nightmare of totalitarianism, but here is a sample.

  143. duncanm

    nemkat – watch the whole of that video above and have a good think about it, then get back to us.

  144. nemkat

    British writer George Orwell warned of the dangers of totalitarian thought control via the corruption of language and pervasive electronic spying in his novel 1984.

    Fun fact: Orwell’s Title was 1948, in other words, he was writing about the present, just dressing it up with a bit of sci fi.
    The publishers weren’t going to wear that, though.
    Hence, 1984.

  145. nemkat

    duncanm
    #2723190

    Watched it.
    In summary, retired journo pats himself and the industry on the back and reveals the awful truth, which is:

    It’s all the fault of Radicalised Muslims, those Moderate Muslims are lovely people, there should be many more of them, and if anyone says otherwise, he’s a raaaayyycissss’.

  146. duncanm

    the stupid is so deep, it burns from the inside.

  147. Gary

    This reminds me how numbers was good at baiting people into a circler argument to shift the topic.

  148. Iampeter

    This arrest is pretty appalling and is what actual censorship looks like for those who confuse the real thing with being kicked off Twitter or Youtube.

    Having said that, I’m not too sure what Tommy, Steve Kates or many posters here are complaining about since nationalist and anti-immigrant collectivists openly support laws that meddle with people based on their personal beliefs. Well, this is what that looks like in practice. Take a good look and maybe abandon your support for collectivism and start fighting for an individual rights protecting government instead.

    It’s like listening to this Lauren Southern video describing the arrest and managing to both complain about the evils of “open borders” AND about not being allowed into the UK.

    You guys really need to start joining the dots between the policies and regulations you are calling for and what they look like in practice.

  149. Iampeter

    I think you guys are missing nemkats bigger point, which is unsurprising as you guys always miss the point.
    The real story of the Rotherham scandal and the others like it, is the total failure and corruption of bloated, rights violating and leftist government. But as always the politically illiterate and incompetent conservative movements have helped turn it into the non-issue of immigration. What should’ve been an opportunity to take a huge chunk out of the British welfare state has not only now being covered up with the unwitting help of conservatives, but has also allowed them to turn it into an attack on conservatives as if they’re being racist.
    This has been the case on every single major issue of our time. From the foreign policy threats of terror sponsoring states, to the out of control growth of rights violating, leftist government regardless of who is in office, conservatives have NO ANSWERS and NO IDEAS.
    So to conservatives politics is about endless make-believe issues like “open borders”, “globalism”, “deep state”…anything except actual politics about which you guys don’t seem to know anything at all.

  150. nemkat
    #2723151, posted on May 29, 2018 at 2:32 pm

    Baa Humbug
    #2723129
    It’s irrelevant how they got access.

    You’re saying it’s irrelevant how criminals got access to secure Care Homes housing Wards of the State?
    Seriously?

    Nice try at diversion numnuts.
    This thread is about Tommy Robinson, his arrest and the gagging of the press.
    In that context, how these girls fell into the hands of these animals IS IRRELEVANT.
    If a thread is opened discussing the child grooming, THEN ….. THEN the how and the why will be relevant.

    Tagging “seriously?” at the end of your comment doesn’t get you brownie points. You’re still a fvckwit.

  151. duncanm

    The real story of the Rotherham scandal and the others like it, is the total failure and corruption of bloated, rights violating and leftist government.

    exactly — hence the video I linked above.

    Anyway – this thread is about silencing of a thorn in the side of the state, whether you agree with his politics or not, its frightening.

  152. Steve;
    Thanks for the above.
    The telling point is “I resent this because I was never even asked.”
    That’s the point that will be the spark to ignite the whole putrid stinking pile of rubbish.
    People get angry about lack of jobs, freedoms lost, the boot on the human face, arrogant public officials, and injustice.
    But they riot over symbols.

    The music is from Interstellar, no?

  153. Tailgunner

    #FreeTommy

    #BritainSurrenders

    Both Anne. Put me down for ten.

  154. Steve trickler

    Winston. G’day.

    Interstellar it is.

    This video will be sliced and diced, very shortly, into a racist white man diatribe. The left will pounce. Watch.

    Will YT ban it?

  155. Tailgunner

    The real story of the Rotherham scandal and the others like it, is the total failure and corruption of bloated, rights violating and leftist government

    Dude, seriously?

  156. Tailgunner

    Great clip, Cole Trickler.
    +1

  157. I saw the brief videos of people out side Whitehall – some climbing the fences.
    All that was needed would be a piper playing some kind of kickarse/rip their guts out music.

  158. Mak Siccar

    From Quadrant on line.

    STEFAN MOLYNEUX

    The War on Tommy Robinson

    Explain why white men accused of pedophilia are allowed to be photographed and questioned by reporters on court steps, while Pakistani Muslims are not. Explain why a police force that took three decades to start dealing with Muslim rape gangs was able to arrest and incarcerate a journalist within a few scant hours. Explain why a man can be arrested for breaching the peace when no violence has taken place. To the British government: explain your actions, or open Tommy Robinson’s cell and let him walk free

    tommy robinson IIThe rule of law is fragile, and relies on the self-restraint of the majority. In a just society, the majority obey the law because they believe it represents universal values – moral absolutes. They obey the law not for fear of punishment, but for fear of the self-contempt that comes from doing wrong.

    As children, we are told that the law is objective, fair and moral. As we grow up, though, it becomes increasingly impossible to avoid the feeling that the actual law has little to do with the Platonic stories we were told as children. We begin to suspect that the law may in fact – or at least at times – be a coercive mechanism designed to protect the powerful, appease the aggressive, and bully the vulnerable.

    The arrest of Tommy Robinson is a hammer-blow to the fragile base of people’s respect for British law. The reality that he could be grabbed off the street and thrown into a dangerous jail – in a matter of hours – is deeply shocking.

    Tommy was under a suspended sentence for filming on courthouse property in the past. On May 25, 2018, while live-streaming his thoughts about the sentencing of alleged Muslim child rapists, Tommy very consciously stayed away from the court steps, constantly used the word “alleged,” and checked with the police to ensure that he was not breaking the law.

    Tommy yelled questions at the alleged criminals on their way into court – so what? How many times have you watched reporters shouting questions at people going in and out of courtrooms? You can find pictures of reporters pointing cameras and microphones at Rolf Harris and Gary Glitter, who were accused of similar crimes against children.

    Come and see Stefan Molyneux and Lauren Southern
    on their Australian Tour: http://www.axiomatic.events

    Tommy Robinson was arrested for “breaching the peace,” which is a civil proceeding that requires proof beyond a reasonable doubt. Was imminent violence about to erupt from his reporting? How can Tommy Robinson have been “breaching the peace” while wandering around in the rain on a largely empty street sharing his thoughts on criminal proceedings? There were several police officers present during his broadcast, why did they allow him to break the law for so long?

    Was Tommy wrong to broadcast the names of the alleged criminals? The mainstream media, including the state broadcaster, the BBC, had already named them. Why was he punished, but not them?

    These are all questions that demand answers.

    Even if everything done by the police or the court was perfectly legitimate and reasonable, the problem is that many people in England believe that Tommy Robinson is being unjustly persecuted by his government. The fact that he was arrested so shortly after his successful Day for Freedom event, where he gathered thousands of people in support of free speech, strikes many as a little bit more than a coincidence.

    Is the law being applied fairly? Tommy Robinson has received countless death threats over the years, and has reported many of them. Did the police leap into action to track down and prosecute anyone sending those threats?

    If the British government truly believes that incarcerating Tommy Robinson is legitimate, then they should call a press conference, and answer as many questions as people have, explaining their actions in detail.

    As we all know, there has been no press conference. Instead of transparency, the government has imposed a publication ban – not just on the trial of the alleged child rapists, but on the arrest and incarceration of Tommy Robinson. Not only are reporters unable to ask questions, they are forbidden from even reporting the bare facts about Tommy Robinson’s incarceration.

    Why? British law strains – perhaps too hard – to prevent publication of information that might influence a jury, but Tommy’s incarceration was on the order of a judge. He will not get a jury trial for 13 months imprisonment. Since there is no jury to influence, why ban reports on his arrest and punishment?

    Click here for the video Britons aren’t allowed to see
    by the man who has been disappeared
    Do these actions strike you as the actions of a government with nothing to hide?

    Free societies can only function with a general respect for the rule of law. If the application of the law appears selective, unjust, or political, people begin to believe that the law no longer represents universal moral values. If so, what is their relationship to unjust laws? Should all laws be blindly obeyed, independent of conscience or reason? The moral progress of mankind has always manifested as resistance to injustice. Those who ran the Underground Railroad that helped escaped slaves get from America to Canada were criminals according to the law of their day. We now think of them as heroes defying injustice, because the law was morally wrong.

    The inescapable perception that various ethnic and religious groups are accorded different treatment under the Western law is one of the most dangerous outcomes of the cult of diversity.

    Diversity of thought, opinion, arguments and culture can be beneficial – diversity of treatment under the law fragments societies.

    The blind mantra that “diversity is a strength” is an attempt to ignore the most fundamental challenge of multiculturalism, which is: if diversity is a value, what is our relationship to belief systems which do not value diversity?

    If tolerance of homosexuality is a virtue, what is our relationship to belief systems that are viciously hostile to homosexuality? If equality of opportunity for women is a virtue, what about cultures and religions which oppose such equality?

    And if freedom of speech is a value, what is our relationship to those who violently oppose freedom of speech?

    Diversity is a value only if moral values remain constant. We need freedom of speech in part because robust debate in a free arena of ideas is our best chance of approaching the truth.

    You need a team with diverse skills to build a house, but everything must rest on a strong foundation. Diversity is only a strength if it rests on universal moral values.

    Is Tommy Robinson being treated fairly? If gangs of white men had spent decades raping and torturing little Muslim girls, and a justly outraged Muslim reporter was covering the legal proceedings, would he be arrested?

    We all know the answer to that question. And we all know why.

    Diversity of opinion is the path to truth – diversity of legal systems is the path to ruin.

    If the arrest and incarceration of Tommy Robinson is just, then the government must throw open the doors and invite cross-examination from sceptics. Honestly explain what happened, and why.

    Explain why elderly white men accused of pedophilia are allowed to be photographed and questioned by reporters on court steps, while Pakistani Muslims are not.

    Explain why a police force that took three decades to start dealing with Muslim rape gangs was able to arrest and incarcerate a journalist within a few scant hours.

    Explain why a man can be arrested for breaching the peace when no violence has taken place – or appears about to take place.

    To the British government: explain your actions, or open Tommy Robinson’s cell and let him walk free.

    Stefan Molyneux is the host of Freedomain Radio.

  159. nemkat

    Steve trickler
    #2723333,

    Enoch Powell, eh?
    Fudge packer, wasn’t he?

  160. nemkat
    #2723428, posted on May 29, 2018 at 8:58 pm

    Steve trickler
    #2723333,

    Enoch Powell, eh?
    Fudge packer, wasn’t he?

    As far as I know, Powell never worked at Cadbury’s.

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