a reply to: woogleuk
I see your point of view.
I watched "his little speech" and aside from the dramatics Mr Yaxley-Lennon's performance ('Tommy Robinson' is one of a number of pseudo names) was
convincing, down to the emotional slurp of water when relating the emotional bit about his heavily pregnant wife being pulled in by the police,
interviewed for hours, and finally dismissed, a long time later, as part of a plea bargain.
So convincing in fact, I'm sold.
I'm sold on the tales of repeated police harressment. I'm sold on the idea that he should walk where ever and when ever he wants. I'm sold on the idea
that he is a walking act of incitement, because he baits those who want to be incited - neither party is passive in this melodrama.
The simplicity is this: if 'Tommy Robinson' was such a danger to the realm, why haven't TPTB had him topped? Think the Brits are too fair and just?
Watch 'Death on the Rock'.
On some level I might even support it, bigger picture and all.
It saddens me, though that uniformed, career, officers are prepared to play the harassment game, and the University of York aren"t prepared to play
the understanding game at all.
Back in the 1970's there was a series on TV called 'Gangsters'. The punchline of the series was the same people stirring racial hatred were those
profiting from illeagle immigration, the profits funding a political push for power. That was a story on TV 40 years ago. Clearly we had benefit of
more vivid immaginations in those, pre-X-Box, days!
I wonder, though, if 'Gangsters 2' would perhaps start with a premise of, a bit like ISIS and the CIA, immigration created a force TPTB can't
Where do you do go from there? Perhaps you'd start by inventing a 'Tony Robinson', to be the face of reason, and to smooth the way for a balanced
transfer of power?