A Swedish Look at Tommy Robinson

The following documentary about Tommy Robinson was made by the Swedish dissident website Samhällsnytt under the direction of Kent Ekeroth, who did the interviews and narration. Mr. Ekeroth is an anti-Islam activist and a member of the Sweden Democrats (Sverigedemokraterna).

The Swedish portions of the video have been translated and subtitled in English, except for the wrap-up at the end, which is only summarized. The English portions of the footage are not included in the transcript.

In this video Tommy is given an extended opportunity to explain himself and narrate his experiences in the EDL, with the media, and in prison. It includes excellent footage of Modern Multicultural Luton, which has been thoroughly Islamized. It also excerpts from earlier videos of Tommy going back almost ten years.

Many thanks to Kronans Martell (Ullis News) for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

00:27   Tommy Robinson is one of England’s most well-known people.
00:30   About ten years ago he established the English Defense League,
00:34   an organization which was later to develop into a mass movement.
00:38   From that moment and on, the country was divided into two parts.
00:41   In the first he is hated by the establishment, and in the second
00:44   he is loved by most of the people who reside in the reality,
00:47   and the working class where he originated. I’m here to meet Tommy Robinson
00:51   to ask him about the reason he started the mass movement,
00:55   his future plans, and what is his worst fear.
01:11   I’m outside of London; we are on our way to meet Tommy.
01:36   Meeting Tommy Robinson
01:44   This is Luton, UK in 2009.
01:47   English soldiers are praised after coming home from service overseas.
01:52   But the celebration was interrupted by a group of Islamists,
01:57   who gathered to denigrate and to humiliate the soldiers.
02:00   This leads Englishmen to be become seriously irritated.
02:04   Which led to another demonstration on May, the same year,
02:08   and it was arranged by the United People of Luton.
02:11   The demonstration was organized by Tommy Robison,
02:16   which then became known as The English Defense League.
05:00   Driving through Luton.
05:19   I’m at the mosque attended by the Stockholm suicide bomber in 2010.
05:24   He carried out a failed attack and didn’t murder anybody;
05:28   he detonated himself on a side street. This is where he was going and where he was radicalized
05:33   before he went off to Stockholm to attempt to murder innocent people.
07:49   When I was going through the city with Tommy,
07:52   I was really struck by the enormous demographic changes in the city.
07:56   I thought Malmö was bad!
08:06   But Luton was definitely a lot worse.
08:09   We drove for more than an hour through large sections the city.
08:13   We drove by schools, and the central areas which were previously English neighbourhoods.
08:20   Everything has changed!
08:23   Luton has ceased to be an English city!
08:26   Demonstration for the terrorist’s wife
08:35   Source: Stacey Dooley Investigates — My Hometown Fanatics.
08:58   Footage of the 2010 attack where the bomb detonated [in Stockholm]
09:04   Footage of the 2010 attack where the bomb detonated [in Stockholm]
15:09   Birmingham: Tommy meets supporters on several occasions during the autumn of 2019,
15:12   to thank them for their support. Among other things, they donated to help with his court trials,
15:15   because these courts are very expensive. This is the first of these meetings.
15:18   Tommy meets his supporters in Birmingham.
15:24   Tommy meets his supporters in Birmingham.
16:14   On the next day we walked through his hometown, Luton.
19:22   Tommy is immediately recognized.
24:46   Excerpt from BBC Newsnight by Jeremy Paxman in 2010.
27:49   During the meeting in Birmingham, Tommy talked about
27:53   the way the establishment tries to break him down by suing him in the courts.
27:57   He is sued for defamation because of a high-profile case in England.
28:01   Here, he talks about this case. Tommy explains
28:04   that he is the only journalist who reported that the English boy was wrongly targeted
28:07   by a hate campaign in the media. As a result of the hate campaign, the boy attempted suicide.
28:35   Tommy Robinson was sued for defamation,
28:40   because of a school fight which drew a lot of attention in England.
28:44   A English boy poured water on a Syrian immigrant boy.
28:51   Because of that, he was accused of racism! It became a big news.
28:54   Piers Morgan and many others talked about it on TV.
28:57   To bring clarity, Tommy traveled there himself.
29:02   What he found out that the Syrian boy wasn’t as innocent
29:08   as the media wanted to depict him, and made a report about it.
29:13   He is now being sued by the Syrian boy because of that reportage,
29:18   and he currently risks millions of Swedish kronor
29:22   in trial expenses and in damages.
29:33   A link to the documentary he talks about is in the description box below.
30:28   Excerpt from Rebel News, 13 November 2019
31:03   Excerpt from Ruptly, 14 November 2019
32:34   During the meeting in Birmingham, Tommy gets emotional
32:37   when he talks about how they try to hurt his wife and child.
41:45   We visit the Discover Islam Center in Luton to ask questions.
41:51   We visit the Discover Islam Center in Luton to ask questions.
42:43   I got a free Qur’an; they are giving them away for free.
45:48   Excerpt from BBC Newsnight 2018.
45:54   Excerpt from BBC Newsnight 2018.
48:45   Tommy Robinson, whose real name is Stephan Yaxley-Lennon, during EDL’s early years.
54:35   I want to reaffirm what Tommy said at the end:
54:39   we need to wake up as many as people possible
54:44   regarding what is happening in our countries as well in other countries.
54:47   This could be possible by alternative media platforms,
54:51   which many of you are supporting.

One thought on “A Swedish Look at Tommy Robinson

  1. Sadly Britain is no longer a truly democratic country. 80/90% 0f our new legislation is enacted in Brussels at the behest of twenty eight Commissioners whom we never elected and can never democratically remove them from office and this will be the case for at least another 12 months. The British Government has been essentially just a puppet council, allowed to remain in place to reassure the gullible public that we still run our affairs, which during the last three years has shown this has not been so. In addition the flooding of Britain by Third World immigrants was an undemocratic act. We the electorate were never asked if we wished to transform Britain into a multi-ethnic multicultural country. Pretty certain that, had we been asked we would have said NO. Is there a connection here? Yes there is, those immigrants in the main vote overwhelmingly for left liberal politicians, which being cynical is perhaps partially why they were imported in the first place.
    Labour Government by the way introduced postal voting.

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