The State of Fear

If you are taking flak, you’re over the target. Tommy Robinson has been downed. The State seems hell-bent on destroying him, utterly. It is clearly afraid.

Why should a regime fear a voice that seeks justice for White British under-aged girls who have been groomed, gang-raped, pimped, sex-trafficked?  Another brave Englishman, who found himself over the same target and was also shot down, explains…

International Tribunal for Natural Justice

This Friday morning, it seems that Tommy may not be in HMP Leicester but another Midlands jail. One unidentified but perhaps reliable source says that he has asked to be placed in solitary confinement and this request has been granted. For the moment, he is “safe”.


Another Prison

Winston Smiths taxi

The news of Tommy Robinson’s transfer from Hull Prison (Muslim population about 2%) to Leicester (71%) hit the online alternative media last night. It clearly fills most “woke” people with foreboding. The regime’s timing of the move seems cynical – the eve of the FIFA World Cup. (Note to May and Javid – some things are more important than football.) Perhaps it is just a brain dead response to last Saturday’s demonstration of support for Tommy in London (and around the world).

We are living in unhappy times. Things could get worse. Leaders wanted, desperately.


The percentage of Muslim prisoners in HMP Leicester is 14.3% according to recent Government figures. Where the much reported 71% figure came from is anyone’s guess. It is hardly surprising that people who support Tommy’s efforts to highlight the abuse of young White British girls would pass on the nightmare data. Emotion usually trumps critical faculties.

First For News

I have just listened to the six o’clock headlines on Radio Five Live. In London, a chap fell from his horse during the Trooping of the Colour. I hope he’s all right. (Army chap, decent sort, possibly.)

A few hundred unhappy British citizens requesting the release of an activist and reporter, kangaroo courted into an unreasonably long prison sentence can, it seems, be ignored. Move along, nothing to see here.

There are, though, several live streams and reports on YouTube. It all seems to have been rather chaotic but Geert Wilders’ speech was well received and coherently captured by Zuzanna. So, if you have ten minutes to spare…