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Old 25th May 2018, 23:26
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The UK is now an Islamic Dictatorship

While Islamic gangs groom children in the UK, and molest and rape them with impunity, it seems you are not allowed to talk about it, or even report what is already printed in the newspaper.

Tommy Robinson, a leader of the English Defence league was arrested, brought before a court and sentenced to 13 months jail, all in 1 hour.

There is a total ban in the UK on this subject, there are no tweets, and every UK based media outlet has taken any reference to it.

I believe England is slowly committing suicide.
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Old 25th May 2018, 23:52
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A quick google search shows that The Guardian, The Independent, The Sun and The Evening Standard are all carrying the story, which would appear to give the lie to your assertion that "you are not allowed to talk about it".
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A quick google search shows that The Guardian, The Independent, The Sun and The Evening Standard are all carrying the story, which would appear to give the lie to your assertion that "you are not allowed to talk about it".
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So where is the news for why the activist got charged and convicted?
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Old 26th May 2018, 00:12
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Originally Posted by Guptar View Post
UK Police State: Activist Tommy Robinson to Serve 13 Months in Prison for Livestreaming Report on Child Grooming Gang

While Islamic gangs groom children in the UK, and molest and rape them with impunity, it seems you are not allowed to talk about it, or even report what is already printed in the newspaper.

Tommy Robinson, a leader of the English Defence league was arrested, brought before a court and sentenced to 13 months jail, all in 1 hour.

There is a total ban in the UK on this subject, there are no tweets, and every UK based media outlet has taken any reference to it.

I believe England is slowly committing suicide.
Yes, as with all court cases, we have a law called contempt of court that severely limits what can be said about an ongoing case. Which is why media outlets need to take down things that could place them in contempt. He was either too dim to know this, or knew it and went ahead, knowing he would likely be arrested, and his less than bright fan club would think it´s all a big conspiracy.

Contempt of court laws are actually probably something they don´t have in actual Islamic police states ironically enough, and are there to ensure justice is delivered fairly. I hope that helps you sleep better at night.

Do you actually think the UK is an Islamic dictatorship? Seriously? I must have dreamt easter.

I imagine when, for example, greenpeace members get arrested for exactly the same kind of thing, you´re less bothered.
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Old 26th May 2018, 01:22
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Yhe UK is now an Islamic Dictatorship
No, it isn't.
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Old 26th May 2018, 05:31
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Neila, thank you for your explanation of contempt of court. He wasn't arrested for that offence, but allegedly breach of the peace
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Old 26th May 2018, 05:44
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Originally Posted by Guptar View Post
UK Police State: Activist Tommy Robinson to Serve 13 Months in Prison for Livestreaming Report on Child Grooming Gang

While Islamic gangs groom children in the UK, and molest and rape them with impunity, it seems you are not allowed to talk about it, or even report what is already printed in the newspaper.

Tommy Robinson, a leader of the English Defence league was arrested, brought before a court and sentenced to 13 months jail, all in 1 hour.

There is a total ban in the UK on this subject, there are no tweets, and every UK based media outlet has taken any reference to it.

I believe England is slowly committing suicide.
Try looking at this in a positive light.

Poor victimised Tommy won't have to endure the endless queues at Christmas this year now will he. Plus you may want to have a look at the career ( euphemism ) of this putrescent piece of humanity ( and kindred spirits ) thereafter coming to the realisation that his removal from civilised society is a commendable testimony to support the UK's legal system. Hopefully, Tommy will continue to avail himself of this option for some considerable time to come......

A fascinating link by the way......do they, by any chance, have similar items for chemtrails and moon landings?.... or Diana seen bopping with Elvis and Lord Lucan seen cantering around on Shergar ?

However, in one respect you are totally correct....to wit, your last line about England committing suicide ......

Yesterday, at Lords vs Pakistan......no less than FIVE plopped catches !

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Old 26th May 2018, 06:33
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Sadly, if the Corbynistas get into power, people will only have to stand in "endless queues" for food.

Have a backup plan and execute it when necessary I say.

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Old 26th May 2018, 06:56
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Don't you need a dictator in order to have a dictatorship? Who would that be, then?
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"Putrescent piece of humanity". Strong words against someone "guilty" only of peacefully protesting outside a court.

What words would you use then to describe those in other recent cases (Rotherham?) convicted of multiple counts of vile abuse and covered up for many years by your Labour chums there? After all, what's a few raped children against a dent in their electoral prospects?
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"Putrescent piece of humanity". Strong words against someone "guilty" only of peacefully protesting outside a court.

What words would you use then to describe those in other recent cases (Rotherham?) convicted of multiple counts of vile abuse and covered up for many years by your Labour chums there? After all, what's a few raped children against a dent in their electoral prospects?
Actually, quite moderate and restrained words rather than being more definitive ( we Guardian readers, with acknowledgment to Ms Marina Hyde here for the original statement, don't like using terms which may not have already been published and most certainly on a family site such as JB where the use of profanity with regard to both female and male anatomy may cause offence ) in respect of Tommy.

Actually, if he'd had the foresight to enrol on a Common Purpose course, I'm sure all these misunderstandings as to his sentiments would never have seen the light of day ...but that's hindsight for you.

Here's his CV..so to speak. Also includes a mention as to his latest unfortunate encounter with the legal system. which, you may note, was for breaching another of those inconvenient bits of legislation which have so blighted the poor souls life.

This being JB, and with a suitably emotive title for the thread, it was inevitable really that Rotherham would get mentioned ( Rochdale will doubtless duly follow ) so congratulations for being the first contributor to mention this debacle.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tommy_Robinson_(activist).

Image Gear.....somehow I don't quite foresee the population of Henley- on - Thames forming an orderly queue should your hallucinating vision of the future come to pass. They are clearly the epitome of British resolve, having managed to save an obscure branch line from closure many years ago, so will doubtless merely raid Waitrose and eat at Wetherspoons to survive !.
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"Putrescent piece of humanity".
Strong words indeed! Possibly bringing the term 'humanity' into disrepute.
All this boo hooing about poor Mr Robinson or Lennon, or whatever his real name is (it certainly isn't Robinson). There are links all over the web complaining that Robinson was arrested for no reason. Don't be stupid. When a person is arrested in the UK it is made quite clear to them why they are being arrested. Furthermore, there is usually an explanation for the need for the arrest such as "to prevent a possible breach of the peace" or "to help with our investigations" etc. Furthermore, when brought into custody, the question is asked and the answer recorded "why is this person arrested"? So forget all that pro Robinson crap! Robinson knew he was skating on thin ice and if he had half a brain he would have kept well away. He claims he wants justice for victims of these grooming gangs (don't we all?) but it seems he doesn't want the justice system to apply to him. There are perfectly valid reasons for the use of the sub-judice rules in the UK.
Warning! Aviation link! According to Wikipedia he served an apprenticeship as an "aircraft engineer". And then found he couldn't work at Luton, having been jailed for assaulting an off duty police officer.
The list of offences he has been jailed for is impressive. (including suspended sentences). He is a professional low-life!
And Guptar, you are in danger of following him down the racist, anti-Islamic path. In fact, I would like the moderators to have a think about your post and the bit about Islamic gangs "molesting and raping children with impunity". As you claim to be in Australia, can you explain how Islamic the Archbishop of Adelaide is?
Shotone: That was an interesting comment you made. Was this factual or an attempt at libel?
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Old 26th May 2018, 08:58
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Originally Posted by lomapaseo View Post
So where is the news for why the activist got charged and convicted?
All over the place, see for example Secret Barrister's blog. He was under a suspended sentence for having committed a crime: he chose to commit the same crime all over again, and it is perfectly usual in these circumstances that you can then expect to go to prison to serve the sentence that has already been passed on you.
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Thanks for the link to the Gateway Pundit.
I'll know what to avoid in future.
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K & C -nice to be on the same side of an argument for once

Guptar -
your post no 6 is quite possibly illegal in that it seems to be inciting violence. Illegal or not it has no place on here. Moderators please note - surly this post breaks JB guidelines?
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So your position Krystal, is that the scores of abuse cases which have been dealt with by the courts are all a made-up conspiracy theory like chemtrails or Lord Lucsn sighting? We’re long-used to your posts being disjointed and rambling but that represents a sinister dive. What a grotesque insult to the scores of children who’s lives have been wrecked, faced by blank official disbelief perpetuated to this day by you.
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Couldn't agree more! The powers that be, had better wake up to this before it's too late. No, it is too late.

Islam is a religion built on fear, violence and intimidation.
I think that there are a number of religions based upon fear, violence and intimidation (remember the Spanish Inquisition?).

However, it is radical religion that tends to be the problem.
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Old 26th May 2018, 11:32
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I think that there are a number of religions based upon fear, violence and intimidation (remember the Spanish Inquisition?).
Shouldn't that read "I think that there are a number of religions that were based upon fear, violence and intimidation"
The Spanish inquisition started well over 500 years ago when most of the world was a very different place to how it is today and IMO, what happened then doesn't really have any relevance to how the Catholic church operates now,
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The problem with the Spanish Inquisition is that nobody expected it.
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The Spanish inquisition started well over 500 years ago when most of the world was a very different place to how it is today and IMO, what happened then doesn't really have any relevance to how the Catholic church operates now,
Given the context of the “Robinson” protest maybe you forgot this: Australian Catholic Archbishop convicted
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