Friday, June 01, 2018


There's a slight chance that in the UK, this time the powers that be have overplayed their hand. Today Friday, 500 of Tommy Robinson's supporters took to the streets in Leeds to demand his release:

Since the lifting of the gag order last Tuesday, the media are now free to report on the case. Expect nothing from traitors like The Independent or The Graudian, but here is extensive coverage by The Telegraph of today's events.

We all have to keep up the pressure. Just imagine, for filming outside the Leeds Courthouse and 'breaching the peace' (hah!) Tommy Robinson was arrested and almost in the same breath sentenced to THIRTEEN months in the slammer. This has got nothing to do with 'justice'. It's got everything to do with silencing the next Tommy Robinsons & acolytes. I am reminded of Mark Steyn's ordeal with the fraud Michael Mann, a case now entering its, what? Sixth year? As Mr Steyn is wont to say, the purpose of mangling quintessentially decent citizens, who have the audacity to state the obvious, through legal hell is instilling fear: "the process is the punishment".

We should ALL do our damnedest best to instill fear instead in scoundrels like "judge" Geoffrey Marson.

As always, spread this story wide and far. If you don't, you ultimately have a bleak future of cowering in a corner to expect.


Tuesday, May 29, 2018


This is the face of Geoffrey Marson, the scoundrel who put Tommy Robinson, real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, in prison for NOTHING, and then issued a gag order on the case. FYI, a gag order is a judicial ruling which bars the press from publicly disclosing any information relating to a particular case. You have to let that sink in. This British Roland Freisler:

ILLEGALLY gaoled an innocent British citizen, and then forbade the media from reporting on it (not that leftist rags like The Independent or The Guardian would have cared, but you get the idea). In other words the swine tried to Nacht und Nebel Mr Robinson:

Anyway, "Judge" Geoffrey Marson "QC", is another one for the dossier.

Mark Steyn is on top of things:

"... and I observed, as I have before, how in almost the entirety of the western world, whenever anyone draws attention to some of the more problematic aspects of Islam, the state cracks down not on the problematic aspects, but on the guy who draws attention thereto. In Britain and Europe, we are an incident or two away from literally "shooting the messenger".

Rowan, Ross and I all knew we were referring to a gentleman by the name of Tommy Robinson. I expect many of you know that, too. But I doubt most Australian viewers had much of a clue about it, and I'm pretty certain the overwhelming majority of his fellow Englishmen are unaware of his fate. As readers may recall, I have met Mr Robinson just once, at an event at the European Parliament in Brussels. He is an engaging, charismatic fellow, albeit a bit rough-hewn for the refined sensibilities of the metropolitan media - although I thought he had the better of a rather somnolent Jeremy Paxman in this BBC interview.

On Friday, Robinson was livestreaming (from his telephone) outside Leeds Crown Court where last week's Grooming Gang of the Week were on trial for "grooming" - the useless euphemism for industrial-scale child gang rape and sex slavery by large numbers of Muslim men with the active connivance (as I pointed out to the Sky guys) of every organ of the state: social workers, police, politicians. Oh, and also the media. Me last year, on my time in a certain municipality about thirty miles south of Leeds:

Tracking down the victims of Rotherham required a bit of elementary detective work on my part, but it's not that difficult. What struck me, as my time in town proceeded, was how few members of the British media had been sufficiently interested to make the effort: The young ladies were unstoppably garrulous in part because, with a few honorable exceptions, so few of their countrymen have ever sought them out to hear their stories.

You can say a lot of things about Tommy Robinson, but he's one of the embarrassingly small number of Britons who recognizes the horror inflicted on those young and vulnerable girls on the receiving end of "diversity" and seeks to do something about it.

So on Friday he was outside the Crown Court in Leeds. He was not demonstrating, or accosting or chanting, or even speaking. He was just pointing his mobile phone upon the scene from a distance. Within minutes, seven coppers showed up in whatever they use instead of a Black Maria these days, tossed him inside it and drove off. In other words, these were not "investigating officers" called to the scene: They showed up with the intent to take him away. Within hours, he was tried, convicted and gaoled - at HM Prison Hull, a Category B chokey, or one level below maximum security. The judge in the case, one Geoffrey Marson, spent all of four minutes on trying, convicting and sentencing Robinson. It is not clear whether that leisurely tribunal included his order expressly forbidding "any report on these proceedings" (the case is Regina vs Yaxley-Lennon because that's Robinson's real name).

Which is why, all the way over in Sydney, Messrs Dean and Cameron were being so vague and cautious. In Britain itself, early online reports at The Mirror, the Scottish Daily Record, The Birmingham Mail and elsewhere vanished instantly, and silence has been maintained, especially on radio and TV, ever since.

The justification for this is Robinson's previous conviction in a previous Grooming Gang of the Week case at Canterbury Crown Court. On that occasion, the judge sentenced him to three months' imprisonment suspended for eighteen months. That was almost exactly a year ago - so, suspension-wise, he came up six months short when the plods collared him on Friday. That doesn't explain why Judge Marson in Leeds added an additional ten months (ie, he quadrupled his sentence) and disregarded a point that Judge Norton last year took into account - that the British state insists on banging up Robinson in gaols full of Muslim blokes who violently assault him. In Canterbury, Her Honor was sympathetic - up to a point:

I accept what Mr. Kovalevsky [Robinson's barrister] tells me about the dangers that you might face were you to be sent into immediate custody. I have to say it is on a knife edge so far as I am concerned because a very large part of me thinks so what? you could be put into protective custody.

Given that Judge Marson devoted a full four minutes to his drive-thru trial on Friday, I seriously doubt whether 25 seconds of that was devoted to any consideration of "protective custody". Indeed, it is not unreasonable to conclude that the British state would quite like it if Robinson were to be offed in HMP Hull. ..."

And here is Geert Wilders, protesting before the British Embassy in The Hague:

I once again would like to ask all our readers of good will to spread the story of Robinson's 1984-like arrest far and wide.

You can also contribute to The Rebel here, to co-finance the legal costs of its emergency appeal to lift the publication ban on this outrageous injustice.


Monday, May 28, 2018


"Remember, today isn't about being off work..."

"... or drinking with friends at the lake..."

Thanks to all those who served the right cause. The ones who came back and the ones who didn't. God bless.


Sunday, May 27, 2018


Let's see how long this stays up.

In the meantime I would like all people of good will to spread the story of Tommy Robinson illegal arrest and imprisonment far and wide. In Great Britain, it's not 2018. It's 1984.