A man named James King is apparently a photographer and/or reporter for The Daily Mail. He was recently tasked with finding Tommy Robinson and his family in
Greece Tenerife, where they were on holiday. But Tommy sussed him out, confronted him, and uploaded this video of their confrontation.
There are couple of things worth noting about the exchange between Tommy and Mr. King. First of all, when Tommy asks him whether he thinks it would be a good thing if Britain were to become dominated by Islam in the next twenty or thirty years, the reporter dodges the question. All he’ll say is, “I don’t think it’s going to happen.” He won’t say what he would think of it.
But this exchange between Tommy and Mr. King is priceless:
|Tommy:||So would it be OK, then, if I followed you on holiday and took pictures of you and your family?|
|King:||But I’m not a public figure.|
|Tommy:||You are now, mate — you are now!
Tommy’s right. He has millions of followers, subscribers, and fans. James King’s face will soon be well-known to them, so that when he returns to Blighty, it’s not unimaginable that some of them will recognize him on the street, or in the supermarket, or driving his kids to school. What then, eh?
Maybe he’ll look nervously over his shoulder when he’s out in public, the same way Tommy has had to do for the last nine years.
Listen to their exchange. Tommy is a real bulldog — he hounds the reporter into rhetorical corners from which he can’t escape:
Hat tip: Vlad Tepes.