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.

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Tommy’s Family Authorizes Fund-Raising

Rebel Media has been authorized by Tommy’s family (including his mum and wife) to raise funds for his new lawyers.

Here is the brief video, including the website for contributions. There is also a snail mail address for those who prefer not to use online payments.

The last part – what to do with any monies left if he is killed – is sad but clear.

This initiative will probably be on-going until they know he’s out of danger.

By the way, what is being done to Tommy has already been described by the EU Constitution. For a country that supposedly wants to leave the EU, that is creepy.

“Brexit”, my gluteus maximus.

Geert Wilders to the Prime Minister: Questions in Parliament About Tommy Robinson

Questions by Geert Wilders MP (PVV) to the Prime Minister about the detention and personal safety of Tommy Robinson in the United Kingdom:

1.   Have you taken notice of the fact that the British Islamic critic, activist and journalist Tommy Robinson was arrested, convicted and detained within a few hours, while he had the courage to report about a trial of mostly Islamic child rapists?
2.   Have you also taken notice of the many demonstrations all over the world, from London to Los Angeles and from Tel Aviv to Sydney, in solidarity with Tommy Robinson and in protest against his arrest, conviction and detention?
3.   Have you also taken notice of the fact that Tommy Robinson has meanwhile been moved to another prison in the United Kingdom with a considerable Muslim population, so that he is in danger because he has meanwhile been threatened, and, as a consequence, may have to fear for his life?
4.   Are you prepared to contact your British colleague Theresa May immediately and to ask her that she at least guarantee the personal safety of Tommy Robinson, who is globally supported by many?
5.   Do you share our opinion that Tommy Robinson should be released as soon as possible?

If so, are you prepared to pass this on to your British colleague?

6.   Can you still answer these questions this week?

This Is How They Rule Ya

A Brit subtitled this; otherwise I’m not sure it would be intelligible. The un-subtitled version has unfortunate audio problems and thus quickly becomes a desert flower…

I had gotten on YouTube to find some distraction and instead this was suggested. Owen Benjamin is an American, a right-wing (I think) comedian. But this effort, written a few days ago, wasn’t meant to amuse.

Leonard Cohen won’t mind. He’s past minding anything now.

Tommy Transferred to 71% Muslim Prison. Why?

Tommy Robinson has been moved from a relatively safe prison to a place where his manager thinks he’ll be killed.

An American Congressional representative, Paul Gosar from Arizona, has spoken from the floor of the House so that Tommy’s predicament will become part of the permanent Congressional record here in the United States:

Mr. Speaker, I rise for the following purpose.

I want to share my concern about the arrest and conviction of Tommy Robinson in Great Britain. I am well aware that England does not share our free speech values and does not have the equivalent of a First Amendment. Indeed, the restrictive practices of England led directly to the birth of this great nation and the freedom we enjoy here.

Mr. Robinson, a British activist and journalist, was arrested and jailed for simply filming outside a public courtroom, and was sentenced to 13 months for this “crime.” His real crime is not taking pictures; His real crime is his refusal to agree to the government’s efforts to cover up crimes by Muslim gangs who are raping British girls, almost with impunity, and with little apparent regard by the British government.

If this act violated a term of probation, it would mean the court system in England is a key part of the problem, covering up for criminals by imposing gag orders as terms of probation.

Dissent is patriotic when the ruling class are illegitimate and oppressive. The ruling class in England appears fearful of the truth. When it bans discussion, and when it criminalizes the truth, any such government can fairly be labeled as both oppressive and tyrannical. I object to the suppression of the truth.

England has a proud history and America is its progeny, but it needs to take back its liberty and freedom.

“It’s all for nothing if you don’t have freedom.” Braveheart (1995)

“In Drastic Times Anything Is Possible…”

The blurb on this last interview with Tommy before his arrest…done on May 23rd, published on June 2nd:

Interview with Tommy Robinson: on people who say it’s too late, on himself at 18, on the many lessons he’s learned, on some people saying he has the making of a great Prime Minister, on laughing though the situation is desperate, and on the huge change that has happened for him over the past 2 years, because he now can feel the massive support he has.

To subscribe to her posts:

Two days after the interview, on May 25th, Tommy was arrested again. This time, it was for (supposedly) disturbing the peace. He was going about his business of being a reporter – not on the side of those in power.

His arrest brings up thoughts of people like Gandhi…

The interview itself:

I do wish they’d had some way to screen the microphones from wind noise. But that’s just nit-picking; this an honest interview, spoken straight from the heart.

Note: read the comments for some links and upcoming dates. The most important one, for those in England at any rate, is the demo at Whitehall on June 9th. You know the police state is plotting ways to make the demo go sideways.

The End Times of Albion: Downing Street, Saturday 26th May 2018 — Know Your Enemies

The essay below by Seneca III is the latest in the “End Times of Albion” series. Previously: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4.

Downing Street, Saturday 26th May 2018 — Know Your Enemies

The End Times of Albion, Part 5

by Seneca III

The screen capture above and others following were lifted from a video taken outside Downing Street last Saturday sub-titled “Watch Nasty Met police officer trying to arrest peaceful protesters”.

[Google Alert! — I can no longer access this link directly by clicking on it or posting it in a search engine because that way I am told it does not exist:

If you have the same problem, try right-clicking and hitting ‘Open Hyperlink’ which still works for me. — S III]

This is a general view at 5 minutes 51 seconds in, facing towards the gates of Number 10…

…and two things attracted my attention: the policewoman on the left and the male police officer fourth from the left.

The expression on the young policewoman’s face could be interpreted as apprehension, perhaps shaded with a sense of unease bordering on fear, understandable in those circumstances, particularly for the first time…

…but that on the face of the male officer fourth from the left is entirely different.

Here we see quiet, calm confidence coupled with an acute awareness of that is going on; observation and analysis in process, possibly the result of experience and thus higher ranking than the officers around him. Furthermore, his yellow vest is different from that of the policewoman on his left (ignoring the rather shambolic manner in which she is wearing it) and from the rest of the officers in that cordon/reaction force.

I was only able to spot one other vest of this type in the background, but not being a copper and having steered well clear of Cesspit-on-Thames for many years now, I am unaware of the significance, if any. Perhaps there are readers out there who could enlighten me…?

However, there was one other variation of uniform around that day, but it was not found in the general cordon — the non-headgear equipped wearers of those virtually all-black outfits who were moving around within the crowd of protestors in a manner reminiscent of snatch squads I have seen operating in other police states around the world.

One of them first appeared at on-camera at 0:27.

I was immediately taken by his menacing general demeanour, that of physically large men in positions of power and authority which so often leads to an attitude of “I’m untouchable and big enough and smart enough to do whatever I want, peasants.”

And, sure enough, that is exactly what he tried to do shortly thereafter when he moved deeper into the crowd and attempted to arrest someone at random.

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Marcel de Graaff: Support Tommy Robinson; Down With the EU

Marcel de Graaff is a member of the European Parliament for the Party for Freedom (Partij voor de Vrijheid, PVV) in the Netherlands. In the following speech in the European Parliament, Mr. de Graaff spoke out in support of Tommy Robinson, and called for the end of the European Union so that Europe might be great again:

Hat tip: Vlad Tepes.

Giorgia Meloni Calls for Charges of High Treason Against the President of the Republic

Giorgia Meloni is the leader of the anti-immigration party Fratelli d’Italia (Brothers of Italy) and a member of the Italian Chamber of Deputies. In the following video, Ms. Meloni speaks out about President Sergio Mattarella’s recent veto of the proposed new government, based on his disapproval of the anti-Euro policies of the designated economy minister, Paolo Savona.

Many thanks to FouseSquawk for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

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Lysenkoism, Tommy and the Impact of Political Religion

Our Israeli correspondent MC has a few thoughts about the degradation of Western political culture, especially as it applies to recent events in the UK.

Lysenkoism, Tommy and the Impact of Political Religion

by MC

Lysenkoism is the politicisation of science as practised under Stalin (and others). It consisted of using pseudo-science to conform with, and confirm, political will. It is a tool of totalitarian politics where ‘scientific’ truth must be subjected to political convenience.

We now see around us a new breed of Lysenkoism where ‘truth’ is made a servant of political religion. For the sake of this essay I will call this phenomenon TheresaMayism, in honour of the current status of British Justice now as a “farce and a sham” as predicted in the hilarious film farce Water starring Michael Caine.

The British form of the socialist religion requires that all we really need is lurve, that ‘justice’ must be reshaped to accommodate political religion, and that therefore Tommy must die (we do so hope not). The judge basically washed his hands of the matter in true Pontius Pilot fashion.

But TheresaMayism is not just a function of Downing Street. It is a major part of Brussels theology as well, and we even find it sprouting profusely in the US Democrat dirt.

As readers must be aware, we, the citizens of Sderot are being cruel to the poor people of Gaza who want to “eat the livers of those besieging” (he is talking about us Sderotians).

The object of the Hamas attack on the border fence just down the road is to get infiltrators into Israel and to kill us. But also to provoke a TheresaMayist response from the rest of the world by hiding the murderous intent behind a false flag of ‘peaceful demonstration’ by women and children.

Last night they machine-gunned us, Yes, they turned a .50 cal in the direction of Sderot and sprayed us with heavy MG bullets, I heard two of them strike as I sat here at my desk reading. Today we have had multiple rocket and mortar attacks.

The religion of socialism behind TheresaMayism hates Jews. To them we are ‘white’ unlike our Palestinian counterparts who are ‘brown’. TheresaMayists know their white from their wrong because everything is black and white as defined by their (political) religious affiliation. Labour is no better; they support Hamas, whilst pretending not to, and so the joooz are whitewashed and Hamas is honoured.

So who killed the Pallies? Israeli snipers, to be sure.

Who sent them to be killed?

Well, TheresaMayism dictates that we must obfuscate that question and tell Israel to use ‘restraint’ instead.

So what happens if Israel uses restraint? Will the Kibbutz of Nahal Oz be attacked and the civilian population massacred? To TheresaMayism that is obviously an acceptable theological consequence; after all, only ‘brown’ lives matter.

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Geert Wilders in front of the British embassy: “I stand here in solidarity with Tommy Robinson”

Yesterday Geert Wilders, the leader of the Party for Freedom (Partij voor de Vrijheid, PVV) in the Netherlands stood in front of the British embassy in The Hague and recorded his outrage about the arrest and imprisonment of Tommy Robinson:

The international coverage of Tommy’s case is unprecedented — he never had anywhere near this much publicity after any of his previous arrests and incarcerations. Maybe his stint at The Rebel has given him a high enough profile in North America so that the word got out.

While I was watching videos about Tommy this evening, I noticed the YouTube sidebar was crammed with clips about the case made by well-known people, not all of them from the “Counterjihad community”. This time is definitely different.

Now we’re all hoping for a Trump tweet about Tommy…

The Swelling Tide of International Support for Tommy Robinson

Dr. Turley comments on the growing anger and the far-reaching consequences of Tommy’s arrest. With some good news for a change.

Here’s his book:

President Trump and Our Post-Secular Future: How the 2016 Election Signals the Dawning of a Conservative Nationalist Age

Here’s his bio:

Steve Turley (PhD, Durham University) is an internationally recognized scholar, speaker, and classical guitarist. He is the author of Awakening Wonder: A Classical Guide to Truth, Goodness, and Beauty (Classical Academic Press) and The Ritualized Revelation of the Messianic Age: Washings and Meals in Galatians and 1 Corinthians (T&T Clark). Steve blogs on the church, society and culture, education, and the arts at He is a faculty member at Tall Oaks Classical School in Bear, Delaware, where he teaches Theology, Greek, and Rhetoric, and Professor of Fine Arts at Eastern University. Steve lectures at universities, conferences, and churches throughout the U.S. and abroad. His research and writings have appeared in such journals as Christianity and Literature, Calvin Theological Journal, First Things, Touchstone, and The Chesterton Review. He and his wife, Akiko, have four children and live in Newark, Delaware.

Please pray this is over soon or the B may starve to death… when I have no appetite, I can’t cook.