Brussels 2012: Gavin Boby’s Speech

Gavin Boby is the lawyer who founded Law and Freedom, which has been working for a year in England, and is now expanding its initiative into Europe.

It uses legal means to prevent the expansion of Islam, particularly by halting the construction of mosques.

The parent organization, Gavin Boby’s Law and Freedom, has proven the concept by winning each of the thirteen cases taken on over the past year.

Below is the speech given by Gavin Boby at the Brussels Conference on July 9, 2012. Many thanks to Europe News for recording this video, and to Vlad Tepes for uploading it:

Previous posts about the Brussels Process:

2012   Jul   11   Beginning the Brussels Process
        11   The Brussels Declaration
        11   What is Sharia?
        11   The Brussels Conference
        11   Conference Agenda
        11   Conference Speaker Bios
        11   Brussels 2012 Defender of Freedom Award
        11   Proceedings — Brussels 2012
        11   Interview with Tommy Robinson at the European Parliament
        11   Press Release: Brussels Process Launched
        12   Pointing the Way for Freedom of Speech and the Press
        12   Brussels 2012: Prof. Hans Jansen’s Speech
        12   Tommy Robinson Speaks at the European Parliament
        12   The Death Throes of Free Speech in Europe
        13   “You Can’t Hide the Truth”
        14   Brussels 2012: Magdi Allam’s Speech
        14   The Crossroads of History
        15   “Toto, I Have a Feeling We’re Not in Sweden Anymore”
        15   Brussels 2012: Nidra Poller’s Speech
        16   The Islam Critics’ Conference in Brussels

5 thoughts on “Brussels 2012: Gavin Boby’s Speech

  1. Great speech. Freedom fighters in every nation should follow suit. Because once there is a mosque standing in your street, even the less radical Muslims know it is a declaration of war to turn one back to bricks.


  2. This is one of the most informative speeches so far. This man knows the law and uses it to strike down that which the law does not support. He forces those who have stewardship of the law to recognize their own hand in promoting that which is against our own common interests and are either too gutless to stand fast on the law or have some kind of vested interest in promoting our own demise.

    I hope to see more examples of this man’s work in the near future.

  3. I simply can’t get it without the annoying circle. He sounds wonderful. What can I do to actually hear/see it all the way thru?

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