Ding, Dong, Devoy Is Gone—but Her Evil Flourishes in Britonistan! (Free Tommy Robinson!)

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Sat, 2018-05-26 08:22

New Zealand Fascist of the Left Susan Devoy, tax-funded campaigner against free speech, likes to dismiss opinions she disapproves of as "stale, male and white." She has stepped down as Race Relations Commissioner in the wake of what stuff.co.nz has called "a groping scandal" (not involving her) at the Human Wrongs Commissariat (officially the Orwellianly-misnamed Human Rights Commission). Several other Commissars have been terminated.

I am not concerned here with the grotesque irony of a sexual harassment scandal in the very Commissariat that is supposed to be a bulwark against sexual predation.

I am concerned that the battle Devoy was waging to turn New Zealand into Britonistan—formerly the United Kingdom, where Tommy Robinson has just been jailed for 13 months for live-streaming outside a courthouse about a Muslims-grooming-children-for-sex case—will proceed apace regardless of who staffs the Commissariat. What happened to Tommy Robinson is what Devoy wants to happen to freedom-lovers here.

Jihadwatch's Robert Spencer, himself banned from Britonistan, reports:

Arrested, tried, and sentenced within an hour: Tommy Robinson gets 13 months for livestreaming outside courthouse. Not only that, but it is very hard to get any information at all, as the police have imposed a gag order regarding this case — obviously they know how bad it makes them look, as the darkness of Sharia-compliant totalitarianism descends upon the UK. Future generations of free Britons, if there are any, will curse the name of Theresa May as the destroyer of free Britain.

YouTuber Lauren Southern, also banned from Britonistan, has been keeping tabs on this outrage:

In New Zealand, Devoy has long lamented that existing provisions for jailing miscreants for speech she disapproves of are inadequate. In her words:

I believe online hatred is something we can get better at calling out.

I believe we need better restrictions when it comes to the online forums, comments sections on some media outlet websites as well as their social media accounts.

I am keen to see our Police begin to gather hate crime statistics – at the present time this is not something they collate when responding to call outs.

Free speech is one thing.

Hate speech is another.

Devoy wants more speech (especially anti-Islam speech) to be imprisonable and wants to see some actual imprisonment. In her report to her UN puppet masters last year she complained of our Human Rights Act:

... both section 61 and section 131 are limited to
instances of racial disharmony. Jurisprudence indicates that the provisions may only be applied to religious groups where membership is restricted to a pre-existing cultural group with a long-shared history and common belief as to their historical antecedents. The provisions are therefore unable to be utilised in respect of religious hate speech directed at Muslim New Zealanders, who, for the most part, belong to a
variety of ethnic minority communities in New Zealand. ...

She urged the NZ Government to:

(a) Review the adequacy of current legislation in addressing and sanctioning hate speech and incitement to racial disharmony, including hateful and disharmonious speech targeted at the religion and beliefs of ethnic minority communities; and

(b) Following that review, make any changes necessary to ensure that the legislative framework is adequate and contains appropriate and effective sanctions.

In other words, turn New Zealand into New Zealistan, where people can be jailed for drawing attention to Muslims' grooming of children for sex (perhaps there is really nothing anomalous after all in the Commissariat's being embroiled in a predation scandal). Or drawing Mohammed. Or making any criticism of Islam whatsoever (thus hurting Muslims' feelings). Or making any criticism of anyone or anything except freedom-lovers and freedom.

In an earlier article I outlined what must be done to restore freedom of speech to New Zealand. I repeat and update it here:

1) Salman Rushdie’s famous dictum, “There is no such thing as a right not to be offended” must be emblazoned across the sky.

2) So too must “I disapprove of what you say but will defend to the death your right to say it.” The counter to bad ideas is good ideas, and the free exchange thereof.

3) Dame Susan must be abolished—i.e., the office of Race Relations Commissar must be disestablished.

4) Article 14 of our Bill of Rights must be declared inviolate:

Everyone has the right to freedom of expression, including the freedom to seek, receive, and impart information and opinions of any kind in any form.

4a) Article 4 of our Bill Of Rights, saying any part of it can be overridden by other legislation (such as the Human Rights Act), must be repealed.

5) The Human Rights Act must be repealed.

The current debacle with the Commissariat provides a splendid—and probably the last—opportunity to proceed on this course. The opportunity should be seized as a matter of civilisation-saving urgency. Those who look at totalitarian countries and say, "It could never happen here," would have said the same thing about Britain. Yet Britons who "never never never shall be slaves" are now just that, enslaved by the enforcers of laws against "disharmonious" speech.

Ding, dong, Devoy is gone ... but her evil flourishes everywhere.

To counter it, I hereby propose an International Coalition for Freedom of Speech, open to all-comers who may well disagree on everything else but are united on this one epochal tenet—that free speech (including "disharmonious" speech) is sacrosanct.

I also propose a "Free Tommy Robinson" campaign. Tommy will die in jail at the hands and penises of Islamosavages—Theresa May's exact intent. This must not be allowed to happen! Free Tommy!


Update

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Tommy's appeal:

Still Alive, Hopefully

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https://www.thegatewaypundit.c...

Well, four days have passed and Tommy evidently hasn't been murdered yet. But the whole situation is an outrage. It seems like a deliberate parody of reality. What could be more raw evil? How could Muslim Civilization (sic) more purely triumph over Western Civilization (sic)?

Pam and Tom

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Richard and Greg -- As I've stated many times before, I massively support Pamela Geller and Tommy Robinson (and Richard Spencer, Jordan Peterson, Stephen Molyneux, etc.). For all their philosophical and political flaws and weaknesses, they're what I call cultural warriors for Western Civilization. But I think there is immense power in philosophy. If they had a better understanding of (what I call) up-wing liberalism, they'd be maybe five or fifty times as powerful.

Exactly put Commander

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You described the situation very well for Kyrel.

I don't think his philosophy

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I don't think his philosophy matters greatly, Kyrel, not unless you're wanting him to be a philosopher-king who leads everyone to rationality and freedom. He, and Pamela Geller, might be lacking by varying degrees in rational philosophy, but I think it is their sense of life, in the general sense, that really matters. They are reactive in the face of the civilisational threat of Islam. If it wasn't for the spread of Islam and the evil it brings, then you'd perhaps never hear of Tommy Robinson or Pamela Geller. I don't know what Tommy's politics is. Under normal circumstances he might be a traditional labour voter. But it doesn't really matter. He recognises the civilisational threat, and he's an ally in the fight against it. Regardless of any flaws there might be in his worldview, he is doing more for liberty than any oblefitivist or leftitarian. He deserves support. And I'm pretty sure he's not a racist. There's been absolutely no evidence to support that claim. The EDL even was not a racist organisation, having members from across many races, and even gay and lesbian supporters. The MSM cannot be trusted.

Obleftivists Are Evil

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If the new Muslim Home Secretary is claiming to be a fan of Ayn Rand he's an Obleftivist. Perhaps we are seeing a piece of the jigsaw puzzle of why Yawon is such an Islamapologist.

I've said previously that Obleftivists do not proceed in good faith; they are evil. The man who moved Tommy to this new prison is evil.

Oh, and don't try to raise this in the European Parliament:

British MEP, Janice Atkinson, attempted to raise the urgent human rights issue of Tommy Robinson’s secret transfer from a safe prison to a highly dangerous prison at today’s ENF group.

Her microphone was cut (video fragment at the bottom) and abuse hurled at her by Conservative MEP, Ashley Fox, before she was able to get past her introductory statements. Janice describes today’s event here:

Today my ENF group, through our secretariat, tabled a request to raise an urgent human rights issue. It was approved by the president and I was called to speak before voting.

However, as usual, despite being approved, we are shut down.

I was also attacked in a nasty verbal exchange, not caught on camera, with the leader of the UK Conservatives, Ashley Fox MEP, who I couldn’t hear above the noise.

But his facial expressions told me he didn’t welcome me asking them to intervene and speak to their Home Secretary and Justice Minister about the removal of Tommy Robinson from relatively safe Hull prison to Leicester which has a higher Muslim population. That Muslim population threatened Tommy with death last night.

In this angry exchange I told Mr Fox his government will have blood on their hands if anything happens to Tommy and Lord Pearson will personally sue the Home Secretary, Sajid Javid.

It just so happened that it was after we paid tribute to murdered MP Jo Cox. We all stood to remember her. Sadly, Labour MEPs are using her name to blacken me. But that’s now the state of UK Labour.

https://voiceofeurope.com/2018...

As a point of interest...

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the new Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, says his hero is Ayn Rand.

From Wiki:

Javid's hero apart from Thatcher is Ayn Rand – he recounted once that he regularly rereads the courtroom scene from her novel The Fountainhead, telling The Spectator he admired its description of “the power of the individual … sticking up for your beliefs, against popular opinion”. At a 'Crossbench Film Society' event, Javid chose to introduce The Fountainhead (film) and described the profound effect it had on him, having watched it as a 12-year-old.

He claims that though from a Muslim heritage, he does not practice any religion. Let us hope he has not been influence also by Yawon.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...

That's terrible news!

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New Muslim Home Secretary, the same one who had that piece of Jihadist Filth Choudray released early!
https://metro.co.uk/2018/06/05...

Tommy Readied for Execution

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Britonistan has a new Home Secretary, appointed by the unspeakable Theresa May. He's a Muslim. He has just authorised the transfer of Tommy to a jail comprising 70% Islamosavages.

https://www.thegatewaypundit.c...

Human Wrongs Commissariat Responds

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https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/...

I am concerned at recurring speculation that the Human Rights Commission is campaigning to limit free speech. Those who hold this view say we want to ban "disharmonious" or hate speech aimed at certain religions, and to make such comments an offence.

They say we intend to do this in a way that specifically advantages Muslims while disadvantaging other members of our community, particularly those who practise different religions.

Let me be quite clear. There is no such campaign. We do not want, and are not calling for, a ban on speech directed at those who are Muslim.

What we do want is respectful and informed discussion about our current legal frameworks and consideration about whether they are "fit for purpose", particularly in the age of the internet and changing demographics.

The commission has no fixed view about whether any specific law change is necessary or required. But we do have a role in reflecting community questions and concerns and we believe that debate and discourse about all human rights are important in our society. We raised some of these issues in a 2017 submission to the United Nations committee that oversees the Convention on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.

By way of context, people ask us why the "exciting racial disharmony" provisions of the Human Rights Act apply to some groups and not others. We are also asked why people who complain to the commission under these provisions are offered mediation but are not able to obtain a decision or finding from us about the substance of their complaint.

The answer is we do not have decision-making or investigative jurisdiction in relation to these cases, nor any other individual discrimination complaint.

At times we get asked about the apparent anomalies between the scope and nature of the Harmful Digital Communications Act and the relevant provisions of the Human Rights Act. These are all good questions - they deserve consideration and discussion.

We have also been criticised in some quarters for arguing in a recent legal case that a very high threshold should be applied when the court is considering potential breaches of existing racial disharmony laws.

The reason the commission took this stance is that we strongly support the right to freedom of speech and expression and believe that there should be legal consequences only for cases at the most serious end of the spectrum. Words or conduct that offend, upset or hurt people's feelings are not of themselves going to fall into this category.

But rights are not absolute and they do not exist in isolation. Individuals have a right to freedom of speech but they also have a right to be physically safe irrespective of personal characteristics such as ethnicity, colour, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation or gender identity.

Sometimes finding the right balance is difficult. And people have many different views on where the line should be drawn. But we need to keep discussing and debating the issues, and we need to do so in a respectful, dignified and informed manner.

• Paula Tesoriero is the acting Chief Human Rights Commissioner.

Geert for Tommy

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Glad to learn that Geert is now allowed in to Britonistan:

"Do you want be Britain or Saudi Arabia?" Already settled, unfortunately.

New Liberal Warrior Maybe

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Richard -- I mostly just did a quick Wikipedia search on Tommy Robinson two weeks ago. That publication is pretty post-modernist. Maybe he's not much of a thug or nut after all. Not a racist either, I hope.

A few days ago I read that his conviction on financial fraud may have also been trumped-up. What counts, ultimately, about this new world figure and symbol is this: What is his philosophy?

I hope he turns out to be a semi-liberal cultural warrior. He won't count for much if he's a non-entity conservative or a major intellectual ignoramus.

Even Pamela Geller is weak because she fundamentally damns "jihadism" and not Islam. She also champions sacrificial religious conservatism -- exactly like the jihadis.

NewstalkZB Interview on This Article

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In case you managed to miss it on other threads!

https://www.whaleoil.co.nz/201...

March for Tommy in Washington DC

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Other journalists filming the same trial.

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Tucker Carlson Incredulous ...

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... interviews Katie about Tommy, Nigel about Soros:

Reporting ban lifted ...

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... under duress. Tommy's man explains to Alex Jones. I had not realised until now that leaving bacon by a mosque counts as a "hate crime" in Britonistan and that someone jailed for it got murdered by Islamofilth in jail within 3 weeks. We can only hope that the next attack by Islamofilth is on Theresa May and that it's successful:

Brilliant Ben Garrison

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This is what men sound like

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I love this video. Why? It's a welcome change from the usual spoiled, hysterical women/soy-boy screeching found in Antifa and other lefty protests. This is the sound of men (and women!) with a purpose. But just as important, it's the sound of MEN. Men who refuse to bow down, to be silent in the face of injustice, and who reject the call of feminists, soyboys, etc who do NOT WANT THEM to be men. This is a rejection of the accusation of "toxic masculinity." And for a most important cause: freedom of speech.

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I've just returned...

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from the Free Tommy Robinson Silent Vigil outside the British Consulate in Auckland this morning.

We were a small group, but spent lots of time in conversation with people walking past and inquiring into what we were about.
Many people here haven't heard of Tommy, but they have now.
Supportive drivers-by tooted their horns in solidarity and so did pedestrians who are in the know.

NZ, so far, because it has been spared any terrorist attacks, doesn't seem to take these matters seriously; the support we received for our sit-in today came mostly from those who are from the UK or South Africa.

Warren Knott is the guy who organised today's vigil. His website is here: https://islamicstatewatch.com

"Who's Tommy Robinson?"

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1 hr 06 mins in. He's in London, and evidently not paying attention. "Who's Tommy Robinson and why was he arrested?" Someone then enlightens him, and he recites our standard line about how there shouldn't be "hate speech" etc. Let's see what he has to say when he's up to speed.

Edit: I just posted on YouTube:

Lindsay Perigo
1 second ago
"Who is Tommy Robinson?" Wotta joke! The Obleftivist is doing a podcast from England and doesn't know anything about Tommy Robinson or his arrest?! This is the same Obleftivist who has said Islam is a mere "mosquito bite" and "the weal thweat to Western Civilization is Donald Twump." Hideous that OrgOism has fallen so low. #Make Objectivism Great Again!

From British Isles to Gulag Archipelago

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From INFOWARS (a name befitting the times, like never before):

EXCLUSIVE: Tommy Robinson’s First Message From Prison As England Awakens
UK in shock as judge covers up Soviet-style disappearance of journalist


"Soviet-style disappearance". "Perfidious Albion", indeed.

The British Isles: Now part of The Gulag Archipelago.

Despite intending it for the Thatcher years, THIS is the England Alan Moore was warning about in V for Vendetta.

The official statement of censorship

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For those who haven't seen it...

""Since it appears to be necessary for avoiding a substantial risk of prejudice to the administration of justice in these proceedings: The publication of any report of these proceedings shall be postponed until after the conclusion of the trial..."

ARI's Moment of Truth

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While we in the U.S. are dealing with back-door censorship, while debating the definition of censorship as state-dictated vs. the right of property owners to discriminate, the UK is implementing true-blue, full-blown censorship, as we speak. One can debate the benefits and hazards of having someone like Tommy Robinson as the focal point of a liberty movement until they're blue in the face. But when press and others are PROHIBITED from reporting on, or even discussing the case, there is no question, no debate, that the UK government has crossed the line into dictatorship.

Rand identified one of the four conditions of a dictatorship as censorship:

"There are four characteristics which brand a country unmistakably as a dictatorship: one-party rule—executions without trial or with a mock trial, for political offenses—the nationalization or expropriation of private property—and censorship. A country guilty of these outrages forfeits any moral prerogatives, any claim to national rights or sovereignty, and becomes an outlaw."

Britain is there. What will the ARI say about this? I've personally already written them off as useless, at best, and downright complicit, at worst. "For all he's really worth to Objectivism today, That Woman might as well never have devoted a single line to Ragnar Danneskjold." But if there's ANY chance of redemption, it's now or never. Otherwise, let them return to dust.

"Dead things, such as the Banner..."

WE ARE TOMMY

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Tommy Robinson is now the West incarnate. His fate is our fate. We are Tommy Robinson.

This is the fight for our Civilisation. Britons are at a crossroads. Never or Ever will be slaves?

#FreeTommy !

Obleftivist filth is silent, or worse. They are with the enemy.

#RepudiateObleftivism

Kyrel

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He was a soccer hooligan in his past, Kyrel. He talks openly about that and about the world that he grew up in. One thing he isn't, though, is a nut. Passionate about the liberties that too many take for granted, but not a nut. He realises the ultimate consequences of the advance of Islam if it isn't stopped. The leftists have used his past against him to great effect. Anyone who cares about justice though will do their own investigating and make up their own mind. That of course leaves Obleftivists and Leftitarians out.

Tipping Point?

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What will make the people rise up out of their armchairs and realise that hashtags and candles and politicians aren’t fixing the problem? I was still wondering what the tipping point would be until Saturday, 26th May, 2018, when I went to a Free Tommy rally outside of 10 Downing Street. Tommy Robinson is the answer to my question. Tommy Robinson’s well-being will be the tipping point in the UK for authorities, police and politicians, and if they’re smart they’ll take notice of this. The energy and the passion at Downing Street and the anger was palpable at the doorstep of our current MP’s offices. There was a line-up of about 5 right-leaning MPs and others lined up to address the crowd and put forward their own opinions and inform and motivate us. But the crowd was not in a mood to listen, not even to people who are on our side. The consensus seemed to be that enough talking had been done. It was now time for action, and we had all the motivation that we needed – Tommy’s well-being – and we wanted the parliamentarians to be sure they heard us, so we shouted as loud as we could.

https://www.jihadwatch.org/201...

Silent Vigil in Auckland Tomorrow

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FreeTommy

Silent Vigil Auckland

Tuesday, May 29 at 7:30 AM

British Consulate General, 151 Queen Street, Auckland

https://www.facebook.com/event...

Remember ...

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Britonistan dictator Mullah May has imposed a news black-out on this story, so make the most of the coverage that is occurring regardless. Keep an eye on this young man, who is in touch with Tommy: https://twitter.com/caolanrob?...

The Tories and Labour are both now stooges of Islamosavagery, so Britonistan is now effectively a one-party state. And Tommy had no trial for what was a political offence. He hasn't been executed, but has been placed in confinement with Islamosavages with a view to his being killed. Of what do these facts remind you?

There are four characteristics which brand a country unmistakably as a dictatorship: one-party rule—executions without trial or with a mock trial, for political offenses—the nationalization or expropriation of private property—and censorship. A country guilty of these outrages forfeits any moral prerogatives, any claim to national rights or sovereignty, and becomes an outlaw.

—Ayn Rand (not to be confused with the treasonous "Ayn Rand Institute" who say Islam is a "mosquito-bite")

Rise up, Brits!

Protest in Melbourne, Australia!

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While the UK Becomes Britonistan ...

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... The Filth strives for the US to become Amerikhistan:

http://www.foxnews.com/opinion...

1. The Clintons have been breaking the law and getting away with it at least since Hillary Clinton made nearly $100,000 from a $1,000 investment in cattle futures in 1978-1979. For 40 years the Clintons have acted as though there were no laws that applied to them. They have surrounded themselves with lawyers and simply muscled their way through every scandal. The scale of Clinton illegal activity is so large and so widespread that no one has been able to fully describe it – although Peter Schweizer made a pretty good start with his book “Clinton Cash.”

2. The extraordinary deep state defense of Hillary Clinton, combined with the systematic avoidance of exposing and dealing with her illegal behaviors while protecting her staff members when they support and participate in her illegality, is beyond anything we have seen in American history.

3. The calculated effort to undermine and discredit then-candidate and now-President Donald Trump is actually a continuation of a deep anti-Republican bias in the Justice Department. This Justice Department tradition is well catalogued in Sidney Powell’s stunning book, “Licensed to Lie: Exposing Corruption in the Department of Justice.”

If you have any illusions about the Justice Department’s objectivity, keep in mind that employees of this department gave 97 percent of their 2016 campaign donations to Hillary Clinton – while the department was supposedly investigating her for illegally using a private email server to send and receive classified information as secretary of state. With each passing week, we are learning more about the extraordinary abuses of power designed to undermine President Trump and punish his supporters (a direct contrast to the treatment of Clinton and her staff). The aggressive abuse of power has led both Alan Dershowitz and former Clinton adviser Mark Penn to warn that limitless police power is a danger to all of us.

4. The scandal of the deep state resistance to accountability and transparency has also been astounding. As a career deep state member, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has consistently resisted inquiries by Congress. Documents requested by the Senate Judiciary Committee were heavily redacted for supposed national security reasons – which turned out to have nothing to do with national security (including the fact that the FBI had spent $70,000 on a conference table).

Meanwhile, more than 1 million documents were withheld from the House Judiciary Committee for so long that the committee had to issue a subpoena. The reason for this deep state resistance is simple. Transparency is going to get a lot of people in trouble – and it goes to the very top. When Lisa Page wrote Peter Strzok in September 2016, “POTUS wants to know everything,” there is good reason to believe President Obama was the one she was referring to as POTUS. If President Obama wanted to know everything, given the way his White House worked, it is very likely his senior adviser Valerie Jarrett knew everything. The more we learn, the bigger the scandal web gets.

5. Panic is breaking out among senior people who engaged in illegal activities because they thought President Hillary Clinton would protect them. Suddenly, they find themselves in danger of criminal charges. That is why people like former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and former CIA Director John Brennan grow increasingly hysterical in their TV appearances. ...

Churchill vs the UK Govt

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"We shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be. We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender."

Not Hitler, but the government of Britonistan itself that must now be smashed.

#If your blood's not boiling you're a waste of space.

Tribute to Tommy Robinson

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An Iranian lady takes note of the recent imprisonment.

https://www.bitchute.com/video...

Tommy Robinson

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I never heard of Tommy Robinson until yesterday. But I just researched him a bit, and he does seem to be a bit of a thug and nut. Robinson evidently likes to get into fist-fights at soccer matches and meetings with his fellow radicals, plus he's evidently guilty of fairly serious financial fraud. So he's served a lot of multi-month jail terms in his time. Robinson also seems to be a gadfly and trouble-maker who loves the limelight.

Still, his only real crime is being anti-Muslim -- which everyone decent should be. Robinson is fairly famous in Britain and he fights against the evil of Islam in a flamboyant manner. This combination landed him in jail.

But he's not actually guilty of anything except exercising free speech. The evil, fascist, tyrannical, Orwellian gov't and intelligentsia of Great Britain hates that. They uphold the nightmare social ideals of political correctness, multiculturalism, diversity, inclusion, sensitivity, minority supremacism, etc. So for them criticizing Islam is a hideous Thought Crime which they can not allow.

Big Brother is evidently very submissive to Islam in Britain these days. Truly sick. Sad

An account of todays protest.

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An account of todays protest.

Here's someone who's onto it

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Anything from ARISIS yet? Still just Nosering and her whining on behalf of The Filth?

Great!

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I just signed and chipped in.

POOR TOMMY!

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This is utterly evil!

Here's the petition to sign - we'll see what good, if any, it may do.
https://www.change.org/p/there...

It already has over 170,000 signatures.

Now the Backlash

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Outrage about Britonistan from all over, except from ARISIS:

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2...

Cognitive Dissonance

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"On Twitter, the Nosering (aka Amy Peikoff) is going on about the horror of invader families being separated by Immigration Enforcement after illegally crossing the American border."

Just like left-leaning libertarians calling Trump "EVIL" for breaking up immigration families...

But then, I see THIS: From Fox News:
"Trump calls for Democrats to end ‘horrible law’ that he says separates children from parents at border"

quote:

President Trump on Saturday called on Democrats to end a “horrible law” that he says separates children from their parents when they cross the border -- and also accused them of “protecting MS-13 thugs.”

“Put pressure on the Democrats to end the horrible law that separates children from there [sic] parents once they cross the Border into the U.S.” he tweeted.

Trump made the remarks amid a pushback from Democrats and activists at a “zero tolerance” policy enforced by the Justice Department. That policy refers all illegal border crossings for prosecution, including illegal immigrants with children.

Trump has blamed Democrats for the separation of children from their parents before. Last week he told Homeland Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen that the breaking up of families occurred because of “bad laws that the Democrats gave us.”

The Associated Press reported that he appeared to be referring to a 2008 law to combat child trafficking -- a bipartisan law authored by Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., but signed into law by Republican President George W. Bush.


end quote


A Nosering Says What....

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On Twitter, the Nosering (aka Amy Peikoff) is going on about the horror of invader families being separated by Immigration Enforcement after illegally crossing the American border. But, of course, no comment on Tommy Robinson's persecution and the government imposed media blackout on the story.

Of course, on the immigrant issue, Social Justice Warriors always lie. The invader families can go back to where they belong together. Or, they could have chosen not to break the law in the first place. What other lawbreakers get to remain incarcerated as a family unit? According to the Nosering, these particular criminals enjoy special privileges by "virtue" of not being Americans.

https://twitter.com/AmyPeikoff...

Cynosure

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The Tommy Robinson incident leaves me breathless and in stark disbelief. Shocked He now seems to be the center of liberty and civilization on this planet. His fate is our fate.

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