Tommy Robinson on Michael Coren (Again)

Tommy Robinson, the leader of the English Defence League, appeared on Michael Coren’s program tonight on SUN TV. As you can see, Tommy still has his shiner, and during his interview he goes into some detail explaining what happened to him in Luton that night just before Christmas.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for uploading this video:

Yesterday Tommy released a somewhat longer account as part of his New Year’s message to the EDL, which may he seen (WARNING: salty language) here.

4 thoughts on “Tommy Robinson on Michael Coren (Again)

  1. Bravo, Tommy. Never give in, and those with a love of liberty will stand up with you.

    Less props for, “anyone who hates people because of their religion is a bigot and has no place on my show…” and no props for, “or in public discourse.” It is proper to identify bigots as bigots, and reasonable to refuse to associate with them, but bigotry is not a crime sufficient to deny people the right to express themselves. “It’s called freedom of speech” is a better line.

  2. the followers of “peace and tolerance” are causing more mayhem again. didn’t Enoch Powell warn of this? I read his speech on the Uniform of Colour and the one referred to as “rivers of blood” speech and marvel that no one wanted to listen to his warnings

  3. Thanks to Tommy Robinson for keeping his line, and to Michael Coren for letting him… speak!

    I enjoyed the analysis on the systematic “selective journalism”. For Catholics this is simply a sin:

    …with the particularly clear quote from Martin Luther King:

    “In the end we will not remember the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends”

  4. Just read Enoch Powells ‘uniform of colour speech’. Brilliant. The man was a genius.
    He puts the whole question of race relations into an articulate but simple perspective. Those that deny such an outcome as his speech are burying there heads in the sand.

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