Tommy Robinson’s Prison Epistle


Stephen Lennon
Prisoner A2084CG
HMP Onley
CV23 8AP

As the commenter put it, “write, write, write”

Today is Father’s Day in America. Across the land, people are outside in this insane heat, grilling food and swimming with their children.

One English dad is missing his kids:

Tommy’s son sounds like a creative thinker. A chip off the old block.

Many thanks to a reader who kindly volunteered to transcribe the entire letter. The full text is below the jump.

So here we go again! It’s Sunday night 10/6/18, the news of the amazing scenes yesterday in London are just filtering their way to me, but before I start on the positives of yesterday’s demonstration let me first start with some negatives. Let me share with you part of my wife’s letter I received yesterday “School rang me today though before I went to work and said Spencer was really upset at school, to be honest he isn’t managing that well, he cries at every opportunity there is. His mate Sam said to him ‘I’m doing a 5K run with my dad’ and Spencer said ‘Well I can’t do it with my dad’ and ran off crying. He cries himself to sleep. Sleeps with your pillow and asks me 50 times a day what day is dad coming home? I can’t even give him a rough date yet because you haven’t been given any! Just have to keep telling him it’s not for long, nothing will change and he needs to be brave to make you proud. He said to me last night ‘I’m going to go and do something bad so I can be put in jail with dad! at least then I will be with him.’” I’m not going to lie, reading this broke my heart, the prison removed my wife’s phone number over a week ago so I have not even been able to speak with my children, it also upsets me that in my son’s head he must think his dad has done something bad to end up in prison!

Before I sit and feel too sorry for myself I should put it into perspective. I’m away from my family for a short duration. Members of our Armed Forces’ children must go through this all the time which is why I admire the sacrifices they make, past and present. I’m not going to go too much into my case as my appeal is just being lodged. What I will talk about is the difference you have all made to me. When I landed in this prison, I was truly gutted. Gutted about what my family were about to go through, gutted for those who I was in discussions with who rely on me to tell their stories, I was also adamant I would be killed on this prison sentence. When I was leading the EDL I was sentenced to 10 months in prison in 2012, I was separated from everyone for my own protection and kept on solitary confinement for 22 weeks. I believe this was because the Government feared what may happen on the streets if I was murdered in prison. Lee Rigby was beheaded in 2013 and our Government witnessed that a soldier can be beheaded and no one will really react. I was then sent to prison in 2014 for 18 months. I was literally fed to the wolves. I was lucky to escape alive, fighting my way through violent beating at the hands of muslim inmates, the Government knew I could be killed and no one would really do anything.

It was a sad moment for myself, realising that if I’m murdered my death wouldn’t make much difference or change. I also realised my family would not be looked after and would go on to struggle for safety and stability. OH WHAT A CHANGE 4 YEARS MAKES! In the first few days here I began to hear that thousands are protesting outside 10 Downing Street. This was within 24 hours of my abduction by the State. I was told your petition has 100,000, then they say it’s now at 300,000 and then half a million. I heard people were climbing the gates of Downing Street. I thought the people telling me must be getting it wrong, they must be confused with our Day For Freedom demo. I was completely unaware what was unfolding outside of the prison was a worldwide FREE TOMMY movement. I was in danger in my first days in this prison, housed with muslim prisoners, then something changed. I was whisked from my cell and wing and taken and separated to safety. I believe now this was the moment Lord Pearson spoke up about my safety, his actions could have literally saved my life. I then heard were spreading across the globe, I heard politicians, police and barristers were speaking out.

I’ve heard so many people who have sat on the fence for years were now speaking out. To hear that 20-30 thousand people travelled to London this weekend to stand in solidarity with me is an amazing feeling. I truly am gobsmacked at the reaction from the public, I feel so loved!! Loved and appreciated. I receive a bag of letters and emails everyday. I read every one. I’m so grateful. I want say a thank you to every single person who has supported me. I understand how difficult it is to speak out. I understand that many people would have faced a backlash from friends or even from work for speaking out on my behalf and I am truly grateful to people for standing with me. Free speech is not free when it has social consequences. I sit here happy. Happy that this sentence has backfired on the establishment. Happy that the public reaction has sent a message of the consequences if they have me murdered on this sentence. I have said for so long that there will be a moment in our country, a none of us know what moment will be but it will change the direction of our nation. I think deeply about this and for a while now I’ve been sure that I will be murdered for opposing islam.

A scary thought but not as scary as thinking it will make no difference, although now I sit here smiling with the belief that my murder would literally start a revolution. I’m standing laughing out loud, that may seem mad but knowing this is so satisfying. I’ve always said I’d sacrifice my life tomorrow if it would end the islamic takeover of our beautiful land. Our battle is not as simple as against flesh and blood but we battle a system, a corrupt system, sitting here gives you so much time to think. We can no longer be looking from the outside in, we must involve our voice and our movement into politics. I have so many plans on what I want to do when I get out, to hear that Geert Wilders travelled and spoke in London is so exciting for me. When I started my activism I looked to Geert and the life changing decisions he made to speak out against islam. He has been an inspiration to me. I can’t list all the people I need to thank as there are so many but I knew Alex Jones at Info Wars would be leading the shout for my freedom. I love him, he cracks me up. Gerard Batten of UKIP, Lord Pearson, Raheem, Ezra, Katie Hopkins, my cousin Kevin Carroll ?????? straight in with the demo, Danny for organising it.

DONALD TRUMP JUNIOR for tweeting, ha, ha. I’d have done 6 months just for that recognition. The list could go on and on. I’ll do my proper thank yous upon my release. One person I have to thank, my wife! When I finally got through to her on the phone from prison I asked her “Have you had enough yet?” Ha, ha, I’ve not been a perfect husband but she has been a perfect wife and an amazing mother. I simply couldn’t get through any of this without my family. So Jenna, if you are reading this letter online, then know I LOVE YOU and I miss you. My mates will ruin me for this soppy s***, ha, ha. Lots of people say I give them hope but I want you all to know that your reaction whether it be supporting my family, paying for legal costs or even just sharing videos or tweets, you have all given me hope and an absolutely priceless feeling. Please excuse my handwriting but my hand is killing me, I’m using my time to put pen to paper and detail out my next book I was already working on it before this sentence. Working title “The Battle for Britain” basically bringing “Enemy of the State” up to date and also looking into the future so I’d like to thank Her Majesty for giving me the time alone on my own to work on it.

Knowing that there are more plans for demonstrations until my release is great. It’s great to know that I’ve not been forgotten and their attempts to silence me won’t work. It’s now Monday evening and I’ve just watched LOVE ISLAND ha ha. My wife’s number was put back on the system so I have spoken with my children today so I’m less stressed and more relaxed. My children will come to visit me in the near future. Thank you all for the support. It’s your outcry and reaction that will keep me safe. Please know how inspired and grateful I am. I’m hoping Lord Pearson and Gerard Batten will also be visiting me here and lads if you are reading this ask Geert to pop into HMP Hull with you. My appeals have gone in, appeal sentence, appeal conviction and bail app. Oh yeah thank you Pauline Hanson, thank you AfD for the offer of asylum.

The establishment thought this would close the book instead the public have just turned the page to continue the next chapter.

I love and thank you all.

Mum and Dad sorry about the stress I give you ha ha.

Thank you to the free world.

It’s Tuesday, I’m being moved prison so my kids won’t see me this weekend.

13 thoughts on “Tommy Robinson’s Prison Epistle

  1. Being “moved prison”? Was that to the 30% muslim prison previously reported?

    But good to read of his uplifted spirits after the worldwide protests at his imprisonment.
    The British government must now realize that Tommy is not just a local troublemaker but an activist with a worldwide following, and admired by many. They must be very careful.

  2. Thank you for posting this. You guys at GoV do so much to keep us informed. I am truly grateful.

  3. The biggest danger for Tommy will come in few weeks. When he fades out of the news and his plight is overtaken by other events.
    That will be the moment the elite can deal with him anyway they see fit.
    Somehow we have to keep the momentum going.

    • That worries me, too. A good counter-example is the demonstrations of “the ladies in white” in Cuba. They met every Sunday to walk in silence to the cathedral. Everyone knew they were there to call attention to the plight of their imprisoned “disappeared”.

      It’s harder to do mass arrests of women with public pushback, so the Cuban government mostly let them be, hoping they’d do something that would permit the authorities to arrest them.

      Maybe groups of people dressed in the colors of the Union Jack could do something similar, each wearing a button with Tommy’s picture. A rotation of people would keep those marchers/walkers from burning out. And the more women, the better, though the outside flanks probably ought to be men.

    • I don’t. It may be being kept quiet so that any public reaction to it does not prejudice the appeals process which now underway.

      • Olney is a Young Offenders Institution and one of the most violent and out of control prisons in th UK.

        The only upsides from Tommy’s perspective is that it is all single occupancy cells and much closer to Luton than is Hull.

      • Radford NG

        There are (according to Helen Gower’s version) two mistakes in your address (the prisoner number and the first name). And I’m thinking: don’t include the name Tommy Robinson, just in case someone doesn’t know it’s him… No need to spread it around in this situation. I know that they probably do know, but someone might be ignorant still, and he is vulnerable while shut up alone among all those intensely hate-filled people (and I am not thinking only of the Muslim criminals). So if there is any protection at all in his private name, let him keep it… In any case, he is registered there only as Stephen Lennon.

        Here, with corrections:

        Stephen Lennon
        Prisoner A2084CG
        HMP Onley
        CV23 8AP

        Write, write, write.

  4. I’ve also been waiting for his new address. I recommend keeping an eye on Helen Gower on twitter (@lelg). She’s his personal assistant, and a friend of the family, and I believe it was she who published his address at the Hull prison a few weeks ago.

  5. Tommy (or Stephen) is one of those historic figures. He is a lucky man to have the support of his wife and family as well. His children can visit him in prison knowing that their father, far from being a criminal, stands above his persecutors in both courage and morality.

  6. This comment from France.
    Yes, we must keep talking and writing about Tommy.
    Maybe a useful thing to do would be to write him letters while he is in jail, using the above address, sent by ” Radford NG ” . Even if he is moved again, his jailers are bound by law to forward his mail to his new prison.
    Also: send the letter to ” Steven Lennon — Tommy Roboinson ” and not just to Tommy Robinson, as the bast*rds at the jail might send back the letters ” Return to sender “…. Personnally, I am going to write him a letter today !

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