On Monday night the BBC aired its long-awaited documentary about Tommy Robinson and his departure from the English Defence League. The film features Tommy’s association with Mo Ansar, a Muslim who gained notoriety by demanding that the EDL be banned. It also discusses his introduction to the Quilliam Foundation.
One of the notable incidents in this video occurs when Tommy and a group of concerned parents in Lancashire confront Mr. Ansar and another Muslim about the sexual enslavement of underage white girls by Muslim pedophile gangs. The BBC not only allowed this footage to aired, it did not attempt to refute or relativize what the “Islamophobes” said — which may be a first for the Beeb.
There are some other interesting moments in this documentary. I recommend watching it all the way through:
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