LBC Interview With Tommy Robinson

As reported here previously, Tommy Robinson, the founder and former leader of the English Defence League, caused an uproar over the weekend by making public secret video recordings of conversations with a Tory politician named Afzal Amin. Mr. Amin, with the help of a wealthy backer, had offered money to Mr. Robinson and the EDL for their help in the upcoming election.

The following interview with Tommy Robinson aired earlier today on LBC Radio in the UK. In it you’ll hear the former EDL leader discuss the “money man” behind Afzal Amin, his offer to take care of Mr. Robinson financially, and the apparent corruption of the British police:

Hat tip: Vlad Tepes.

26 thoughts on “LBC Interview With Tommy Robinson

  1. We continue to import the laziest most corrupt of ideologies. I pray Tommy is guided, guarded, directed and protected from the fifth column. Brave man doing the right thing.

    • Salman Rushdie (who had accused the British people of being racist towards him before the fatwa) was (is?) protected 24/7 so why not Tommy?

      • At one stage Rusdie reaffirmed his muslim faith (what was left of it after so many convivial book launches and lunches) hoping that that would get him off the fatwa hook. Pathetic.

        • In fairness, they lied to him, saying that the fatwa would be retracted.

          • I think he wasn’t fully aware of the fundamentalist nature of the Iranian government. I’d have to look up the date of his book’s publication vs. the dates of the Iranian revolution.

            At least he had some choice in whether or not to write. Some of their victims are not so fortunate.

  2. Corruption?Never heard of it in England…

    Secret report brands Muslim police corrupt

    Fury over internal Met study which says Asians need special training

    Sandra Laville and Hugh Muir
    The Guardian, Saturday 10 June 2006

    A secret high-level Metropolitan police report has concluded that Muslim officers are more likely to become corrupt than white officers because of their cultural and family backgrounds.

    The document, which has been seen by the Guardian, has caused outrage among ethnic minorities within the force, who have labelled it racist and proof that there is a gulf in understanding between the police force and the wider Muslim community. The document was written as an attempt to investigate why complaints of misconduct and corruption against Asian officers are 10 times higher than against their white colleagues.

      • Be ready, muslims, Britain is ready to grant you your wish, by allah. You can do to zombies whatever when ever you want .

      • Thank you for the link. I was previously unaware of this annual rating system.

        Pretty amazing, huh? 😉

        • Yes it is amazing. And it verifies a hunch of mine re the evils of regulation:

          …[a]”very strong significant correlation” between the Corruption Perceptions Index and two other proxies for corruption: Black Market activity and overabundance of regulation.

          At the rate of new regulations, now that they can be done at the President’s whim rather than through Congressional action, we are on the road to a 3rd world economy. In addition to the Black Market, we have the Grey Market. And the more unchecked immigration that occurs, the more will the Grey Market grow.

          Most info deals with the stock market but some sites discuss piracy and counterfeit parts:

          Chinese production of “parallel products” is partly due to China’s refusal to recognize any kind of patent or copyright law. Their disregard may infect the West’s long-held views about intellectual property rights. This is especially true in the areas of the world which run on tribal law.

          • Two recent examples of this:

            – Mexican guy at a local flea market sells bootleg DVDs every single weekend. (All he needs is blank DVD-Rs and a computer with a burner.)

            – You now much watch very carefully what you buy on Amazon because they have Chinese “partner” merchants that sell knockoff products under the Amazon listing for the genuine product. If you hit “add to cart” without picking a merchant explicitly your order may get randomly assigned to a merchant selling the counterfeit version.

    • Muslim culture is tribal. It will never accept Western standards of policing or law or justice. To expect them to adhere to the rules of a polity they consider evil is, at best, naive.

  3. Great interview – and, for once, a fair-minded interviewer.

    This sheds considerably more light on the whole affair than anything that the Mail or the Guardian have published…

  4. As Tommy says, being ex-Army and anti-extremism, Afzal “ticks all the boxes”… so, how much else of this is going on at Westminster, that’s not being caught on camera?

    Come to think of it, Afzal “ticks all the boxes” even more than, say, the current occupant of the White House… so, what murky deals may he have got up to while working his way into power – and who might be the “money men” behind him?

      • It’s a fascinating read on the Shadow Party in the US. Thanks for referring to it.

        Having said that, I see the biggest problem not in Soros ideas, left-wing as they are, but that he used congressional stooges, including everyone’s favorite egotistical stooge, John McCain, to pass the McCain-Feingold bill to shape political financing to promote left-wing causes. In other words, Soros stacked the deck in favor of his pet causes, rather than arguing them out in the open on an even playing field.

        I would also like to know more about Republican financing and the Republican shadow party alluded to in the article. We know that Grover Norquist is probably the biggest financier of the Republican Party. Where does his money come from, and what leverage does he use to bundle his contributions?

        The general question arises of how to regulate money so as to assure the functioning of a representative government with checks and balances. My position is that campaign contributions by individuals to specific candidates, ought to be unlimited, as long as

        1) the contributions are 100% domestic;

        2) the contributions are public;

        3) any quid pro quo, implied or explicit, for contributions be a major felony for the politician and contributor.

        • I agree with you. Limiting donations is nothing but a way of stacking the deck in favor of one party or the other. Pretty much all other proposals that are supposed to ensure “fairness” are really nothing more than underhanded ways to rig the system.

          No donation limits and 100% complete transparency with severe punishment for concealment is the only way to achieve anything close to fairness.

    • Maybe his in-box is overflowing. Information overload, infidels overcome. Can’t keep up with jihad, drowning in the crap. A thousand moderate muslims are sitting on his head, he just can’t get out of bed. Who would have thought that his favourite book, A Thousand And One Nights would lead him to a modern nightmare?

    • Why would Jihad Watch choose not to cover this? Maybe there are just so many stories they missed it?

  5. “I found myself thinking that it is mainstream Britain which needs to integrate more with the British Asian way of life, not the other way around”.
    David Cameron

  6. Tommy describes himself as a dead man walking. He might well be right. As I see it, he has breached his licence conditions by meeting with the current EDL leader. If they send him back to prison, who knows what might happen to him? The establishment might also attack his family. They play as dirty as that.

    We must all watch this very closely.

    • One of his great grandfather’s generation invented the Tommy Gun. He might need something like that for defence with all the enemies he must now have.

  7. It is interesting that Tommy talks about a plan to infiltrate the Conservative Party. In the early 1980s the Labour Party was infiltrated by an organisation calling itself Militant Tendancy, an anarcho-trotskyite movement which ended up imposing Cultural Marxism on the British people after Labour were elected.

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